Where's Art: Winter storms provides an ironic twist to an event involving "anti-social art"
Where's Art commentator Annie Dugan tells us about the current exhibit Anti-Social Art: Experimental Practices in Late East Germany, running through May 15, 2022. The Tweed writes, "[f]rom photography to performance art, independent films to independent publications, artworks from this period reveal the core disjunctions between state power and citizen agency. Importantly, artists created a social sphere that was both independent of and entangled within official culture." Unfortunately, the celebratory evening that was planned for tomorrow night (Feb 22) has been cancelled due to the winter storm. The Tweed states, "It might be rescheduled in for a date in spring."
Coming up in March at AICHO (Saturday, 3/5 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm) is an artist reception celebrating the opening the exhibit New Paintings, Old Stories, featuring artwork by Carl Gawboy.