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Untitled (Henry Moore)

I never really liked Henry Moore’s sculptures. Maybe because of their ubiquity and kind of obviousness – as emblematic of Modernism, of the institution, of Art History, and of ‘masculinity.’

Paris of The Plains: A Resurgent Golden Age

The physical landscape of Kansas City has changed tremendously over the past couple of years, accompanied by a major boom in cultural production. Considering these recent developments, one may argue that Kansas City is on the brink of a resurgent Golden Age. How then can the local art scene take advantage of that?