Brutalism, Air Fresheners, and Augmented Reality: Around Cleveland’s Front International Triennial, Part 1

Included in the Cleveland Museum of Art portion of the FRONT is a must-see mini-exhibition devoted to Kerry James Marshall’s works on paper. This work, Untitled (1999), measures more than 20 feet long and includes 12 woodblock prints. Marshall has called the work, which depicts six men in conversation, a “counter-archive.”

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