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Cues From the Times: Art in Crisis

8 July 2020 at 4:00 PM

Join art scholar and curator Dr. Patrick Flores in a timely conversation with artists on how art has consistently reflected on and responded to crisis over time.

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Arte Povera: Italian Landscape

Arte Povera: Italian Landscape captures one of the most pivotal points in the history of Italian contemporary art with the way it broke boundaries in traditional art making, its new engagement with audiences, and its experimental approach in making life and everyday objects integral to art.

Cue From Life Itself: Filipino Artists Transform the Everyday

Cue From Life Itself reflects on the instinctive way Filipino artists make do and dream up, transforming everyday forms with intuition and insight, and in their critical awareness of the material conditions of their milieu and ecology.


Trophy is a project by 2020 MET-NAC Artist-in-Residence Anthony Chin that reacts to the history of basketball in the Philippines where sports was used as an imperialist pedagogical tool

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