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Anselm Kiefer. Leander, 1969, Paint and charcoal on black and white photograph

nearlya:

Anselm KieferLeander, 1969, Paint and charcoal on black and white photograph

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We won’t be open for ‪#‎firstfriday‬ tonight, but please join us next friday for our ‪#‎storiesseldomtold‬ Exhibition Opening. At our opening you can explore the “taboo” through multimedia and mixed media art installations. Let us know you’re “attending” at:https://www.facebook.com/events/1519258884956610/?ref=5

We won’t be open for ‪#‎firstfriday‬ tonight, but please join us next friday for our ‪#‎storiesseldomtold‬ Exhibition Opening. At our opening you can explore the “taboo” through multimedia and mixed media art installations. Let us know you’re “attending” at:https://www.facebook.com/events/1519258884956610/?ref=5

leslieseuffert:

Nik Ned (Ukraine)

tumblropenarts:

I Don’t Bow Down to You __________Art print by Pandagunda :http://pandagunda.tumblr.com

tumblropenarts:

I Don’t Bow Down to You 
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Art print by Pandagunda :
http://pandagunda.tumblr.com

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Bryan Olson

Temptation

Baroque Pop

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toutpetitlaplanete:

Jason Salavon - Every Playboy Centerfold, The Decades (normalized), 2002

toutpetitlaplanete:

Jason Salavon - Every Playboy Centerfold, The Decades (normalized), 2002

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Every year, the “Stories Seldom Told” exhibition series reflects issues that are rarely spoken about, with a focus on peoples who are often silenced. Students vote on an exhibition theme of their choice, researching topics that would subjectively challenge both them and their audiences. With the theme “No Need to Whisper,” students sought to place their focus on issues that were not solely “seldom told,” but on those stories that were completely forbidden from being told. They wanted to better understand the social parameters of complex “tabu” topics such as: suicide, body image, violence against women, sexual identity, gender identity and religious extremism. Join our Facebook event at:https://www.facebook.com/events/1519258884956610/?ref=5

Every year, the “Stories Seldom Told” exhibition series reflects issues that are rarely spoken about, with a focus on peoples who are often silenced. Students vote on an exhibition theme of their choice, researching topics that would subjectively challenge both them and their audiences. 

With the theme “No Need to Whisper,” students sought to place their focus on issues that were not solely “seldom told,” but on those stories that were completely forbidden from being told. They wanted to better understand the social parameters of complex “tabu” topics such as: suicide, body image, violence against women, sexual identity, gender identity and religious extremism. 

Join our Facebook event at:https://www.facebook.com/events/1519258884956610/?ref=5