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Temporary Art Review, mnartists.org and Common Field have organized a continually updating social response on Hand-in-Glove 2015 featuring framing texts, commissioned essays, and critical responses to this year’s convening.
James McAnally continues Temporary Art Review’s “social response” to Crystal Bridges’s ambitious “State of the Art” exhibition.
Shanai Matteson of Works Progress responds to the context and history of her collaborative Water Bar project’s inclusion in the State of the Art exhibition at Crystal Bridges.
Temporary has organized a social response to the expansive and complex State of the Art exhibition at Crystal Bridges, which will invite the exhibition’s curators, participating artists and a call for critics and audiences to respond to the show through a continually evolving text.
Works Progress is a public art and design studio working collaboratively across the Twin Cities.