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

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The Mingling of Folk and Fine Art in NCMA’s Revamped African Gallery Stirs Sharp Insights and the Usual Anxieties

We speak with the exhibit's curators about some of the ethical knots to untangle when Western institutions set their sights on Africa.

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Luke Demarest's 3-D-Printed Computer Language Whispers of Faith, Doubt, and Other Deeply Human Affairs

Demarest's exhibit Aibohphobia and the Reifier’s Schadenfreude has its opening reception at the Carrack Modern Art in Durham on Thursday evening.

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The Most Essential Local Art of 2016 Punched Back at a Disgraceful Year

Our art critic reviews the most essential local art we saw this year.

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Hank Willis Thomas Brings His Quest for Truth to the Grand Opening of NCMA’s New Park

A pair of speech-bubble-shaped benches by the artist are included in the renovated NCMA campus’s permanent sculpture.

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Innovative Social Artist Stacey L. Kirby Brings Top Honors (and Two Hundred Grand) Back to Durham from ArtPrize 2016

Kirby’s interactive installation The Bureau of Personal Belonging made waves at the annual international art festival.

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"Black on Black" Is Too Often Followed by "Violence." At Visual Art Exchange, Curators and Artists are Taking It Back.

Black on Black runs through early November at the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh.

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So glad to see Edgerton's painting exhibited and appreciated. He is a North Carolina living treasure. …

by Sharon B on Clyde Edgerton, Painter? A Noted North Carolina Novelist Gets Visual with Photographer John Rosenthal. (Visual Art)

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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So glad to see Edgerton's painting exhibited and appreciated. He is a North Carolina living treasure. …

by Sharon B on Clyde Edgerton, Painter? A Noted North Carolina Novelist Gets Visual with Photographer John Rosenthal. (Visual Art)

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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