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The World To Come: Art in the Age of the Anthropocene

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Life of Objects by Mary Mattingly, 2013, chromogenic dye coupler print

I just wrote a review of this beautiful and devastating exhibit, now on view at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. It makes a powerful case for action on climate change, but will we respond? To read the full review, go here

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NSA tapped Fiber Optic Cable Landing Site, Miami Beach, Florida, USA, 2015, chromogenic print and mixed media on navigational chart
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Ecological Fiction and Hidden Ubiquity at the North Campus Research Center

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Insect costumes by Barrett Klein

I recently wrote a review of two related shows by  master draftsman and book artist Karen Anne Klein and her entomoartist (as he calls himself) son  Barrett Klein for Pulp Magazine.

To read more about the two shows (on view until May 3) go here

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Collaborative book project with 37 artists by Karen Anne and Barrett Klein (detail)