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Durham Public Performance-Art Project SITES Expands Its Exploration of Gentrification and Development Into Raleigh and Chapel Hill

The revamped series begins with a party and performance at Accordion Club on Friday, September 21.

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In Kidnapped Pagans, Antoine Williams Brutally Charts the Distorting Effects on the Body of Structural Racism and Forced Dysfunction

Williams show is currently on view at Anchorlight in Raleigh.

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Curator Stacey L. Kirby and Her Collaborators Make a Map of Inclusive Community in Feminine Spectrum

The group exhibit has several associated events and performances before it closes as Visual Art Exchange on May 26.

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Neon Artist Nate Sheaffer Fills a Corner of Dix Park with Light You Can Hear and Sound You Can See

The interactive sound-and-light installation Light the Woods with Sound is on view at Dix Park through the month of May.

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In Raleigh, The Jumpsuit Project Artist Sherrill Roland Keeps Turning His Experience of Wrongful Incarceration into an Indictment of the System

Roland's collage show artfor(us) runs at Artspace through May 12.

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NCMA’s Half-Century Wait for the Right Technology to Restore a Mangled Ancient Statue Comes to an End

We document the early stages of an ambitious NCMA project to free an ancient Roman marble torso from later additions.

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Aesthetics Be Damned—Our Visual Art Critic Only Had Eyes for Political and Social Relevance in 2017

From Nina Chanel Abney at the Nasher to NCMA's new African galleries, we sought work that challenged and changed the way we perceive art this year.

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Meet Heather Gordon, the Durham Artist Behind the Obscurely but Deeply Personal And Then the Sun Swallowed Me at CAM Raleigh

Gordon's black tape and video installation is on view at CAM Raleigh now through February.

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Fall into Art

Post-Abstraction Expressionist painting at the Nasher, fifty years of the Ebony Fashion Fair at NCMA, and more.

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