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Monday, Aug. 1, 2016
What is romance without a soundtrack of heavenly harmony? The piece “Reminiscence” in the press release for Critical Mass 4 shows Rachul, most often the subject of work, as a vulnerable bride in white lace, modestly holding a bouquet of flowers, head bowed down, her eyes covered by a swath of hair.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, March 14, 2016

Critic names most potential work for solo exhibition

My criteria for Best in Show was focused on which artist, based on his or her chosen submission, had the most potential to produce a compelling, expansive solo exhibition this summer at artspace. Perhaps, because of the ascendancy of street art and immersive installations, large statement pieces are popular.

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