Local artists look back on a year of upheaval in this Phillips Collection exhibition
The vary is broad, however the present’s theme did yield an unusually great amount of representational artwork, and various self-portraits. A number of the latter depict the artists actually, though maybe masked, as in Nicolas F. Shi’s “I Am Not a Virus,” a rebuff of anti-Asian bigotry. Others illustrate themselves in phrases and gestures: Julia Bloom used an outdated typewriter to file diarylike accounts of 2020, solely to cowl many of the textual content with somber, easy varieties drawn with black charcoal.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/museums/inside-outside-upside-down-phillips-collection-art-review/2021/08/11/344cb796-f602-11eb-a49b-d96f2dac0942_story.html | Native artists look again on a 12 months of upheaval on this Phillips Assortment exhibition