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Opening Talk & Reception
Friday, March 17, 2017
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery
Curated by Kendra Sullivan and Dylan Gauthier, Resistance After Nature tracks the practices of artists who imagine and construct alternative approaches to such entangled ecological, political, and economic issues as Indigenous sovereignty and water rights, the fossil economy, ocean acidification, and deforestation. Details »