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Parking Woes Drive Proactive Moves for Two Important Raleigh Galleries

Adam Cave Fine Art and Lee Hansley Gallery are both moving to the fringe of downtown.

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In The Carrack’s Former Digs, Durham Artists Movement Creates a Safe Space for Diverse Voices

The artist collective, which took over the last six months of The Carrack’s lease, opens its doors to the public.

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One Photographer Reflects on Another, the Legendary North Carolina Native Burk Uzzle

Former INDY photographer Jeremy M. Lange visits All About America, the new Uzzle exhibit at the Ackland Art Museum.

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Some Photographers Turn Their Subjects Into Objects at 21c Museum Hotel

Off-Spring: New Generations runs at 21c through the fall.

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A Hundred World-Class Drawings Plus Thirty-Nine Impressionist Landscapes Equals a Great Day at NCMA

Marks of Genius and American Impressionist are on view at NCMA through June 19.

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In Walls of Color, Hans Hofmann’s Studies for Unrealized Murals Teach Us How to Read Abstract Art

The great Abstract Expressionist’s work is on view alongside another new Ackland show, Racial Violence and Resilience.

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Artists Look For Meaning In a Cycle of Brutality in Racial Violence and Resilience

Now showing at Ackland Art Museum through February 21st

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Five great local visual art shows of 2015

Our critic picks the exhibits that stuck with him the most in a busy year in visual art.

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Artistic influence as a genetic concern in current exhibits where parents collaborate with their kids

Carrie Alter and Max McMichaels’ Crossing the Lines is on view at Artspace, while Dan and Iris Gottlieb have simultaneous shows at Craven Allen Gallery.

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Seeing Escher at NCMA over the holidays? Don’t skip small shows featuring photos of kids and Robin Rhode videos

Robin Rhode runs through Jan. 31 while The Energy of Youthruns through April 3.

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Menaced by digital comics and a corporate invader, NC Comicon learns to play well with others

North Carolina’s homegrown (and growing) comic book convention returns to the Durham Convention Center Nov. 13–15.

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Think you know M.C. Escher? Reconsider the dorm-poster mainstay’s optical illusions at the North Carolina Museum of Art

The Worlds of M.C. Escher: Nature, Science and Imagination runs at NCMA through Jan. 17.

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Think you know Leonardo da Vinci? Reconsider the original Renaissance man through one of his notebooks at the North Carolina Museum of Art

Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Leicester and the Creative Mind runs at NCMA through Jan. 17.

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The Click! Triangle Photography Festival aims to garner exposure and respect for its chosen medium

The festival consists of dozens of photography exhibits and events in galleries and museums throughout the Triangle in October.

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Durham Art Guild’s 61st juried exhibition, Hiroshima revisited and Third Friday FOMO

Our art critic scrambles to hit everything Durham has to offer on Third Friday.

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A novel agreement between a landlord and artists gives Raleigh a new art space

Raleigh artist Shelley Smith and others breathe new life into a downtown building in transition.

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Guatemalan artist Regina José Galindo makes real political change through performance

Galindo discusses her work at Durham’s 21c Museum Hotel Sept. 18.

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Reinstalling its contemporary collection, the Ackland Art Museum makes a tacit case for a better space

Testing Testing is on view at UNC-Chapel Hill’s museum through Jan. 3.

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Felicia Robinson never let cerebral palsy stop her from expressing herself through art and advocacy

Robinson’s first solo show, NO LIMITS, runs as SPECTRE Arts through Sept. 13.

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Fall Guide: The renovated Nasher Museum invites you to choose your own adventure

Experience the redesigned Wilson Pavilion in The New Galleries: A Collection Come to Light.

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Great article! Good luck DAM!

by J.P. McPickleshitter on In The Carrack’s Former Digs, Durham Artists Movement Creates a Safe Space for Diverse Voices (Visual Art)

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by Sumit Chaudhary on Chris Bradley finds creative opportunities in the simplest of objects in Close One at CAM Raleigh (Visual Art)

I believe one of the artists mentioned is actually Sally Van Gorder, not Gordon.

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Great article! Good luck DAM!

by J.P. McPickleshitter on In The Carrack’s Former Digs, Durham Artists Movement Creates a Safe Space for Diverse Voices (Visual Art)

We have a well-equipped infrastructure which is supported by technologically advanced machines and tools that allow us to offer latest …

by Sumit Chaudhary on Chris Bradley finds creative opportunities in the simplest of objects in Close One at CAM Raleigh (Visual Art)

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