Six North Carolina artists combine text and image, but where are the women? | Visual Art | Indy Week

Six North Carolina artists combine text and image, but where are the women? 

Through Jan. 20 at North Carolina Museum of Art

Now that social networks mainline information into our consciousness, we have to divide our attention into smaller portions in order to process it all. Information-producers have anticipated this, making easy-to-consume images that carry more of the content than text used to. Literacy…

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I remember when SAJ had her Tree Planting exhibit at the John Hope Franklin Center years ago. The most amazing …

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This is some of the best writing I have seen on SAJ's work, and I should know- I have been …

by Julie Saul on In the provocative exhibit Wonderland, Sarah Anne Johnson turns sex and nature inside-out (Visual Art)

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