Art 21 - Season 8

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Art 21 - Season 8
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Chicago
Chicago is a city rooted in industry and towering architecture, and artists like Nick Cave, Theaster Gates, Barbara Kasten, and Chris Ware are disrupting that urban experience through experimentation.
Mexico City
Artists from Mexico City exit their homes and studios to use the growing megalopolis as their canvas. In this episode, Damian Ortega, Pedro Reyes, Minerva Cuevas, and Natalia Almada reveal…
Los Angeles
While sprawling Los Angeles has world-class museums and art schools, artists like Diana Thater, Liz Larner, Tala Madani, and Edgar Arceneaux work in the shadow of the entertainment industry "under…
Vancouver
In the small and tightly-knit city of Vancouver, artists reframe the world through a series of sophisticated illusions. Artists Liz Mago, Stan Douglas, Brian Jungen, and Jeff Wall reveal how…

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Artists from Mexico City exit their homes and studios to use the growing megalopolis as their canvas. In this episode, Damian Ortega, Pedro Reyes, Minerva Cuevas, and Natalia Almada reveal how they present everyday materials as artworks, mine recognizable images for their poetic potential, and take their art to the…
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While sprawling Los Angeles has world-class museums and art schools, artists like Diana Thater, Liz Larner, Tala Madani, and Edgar Arceneaux work in the shadow of the entertainment industry "under the radar," affording them the space and time to imagine.
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In the small and tightly-knit city of Vancouver, artists reframe the world through a series of sophisticated illusions. Artists Liz Mago, Stan Douglas, Brian Jungen, and Jeff Wall reveal how everyday images and moments from the past are not always as they seem.
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