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Political economy is a theme both explicit and submerged in modernist and postmodernist art. Art production is founded in the gift. The author historicizes artistic representations of political economy, particularly postwar conceptual art and theory. African American artists explore the black...
The author’s 2002 mural project in Saginaw highlights the adaptable, site-specific, educational, and inclusive process of community mural development. His nine-step “tennis game” process maximizes both professionalism and community participation and decisions. The contemporary community...
Community art museums emerged during the late 1960s and early 1970s as alternatives to mainstream art museums. However, these nontraditional/ethnic art organizations have become increasingly similar to established museum models. This article examines the historical evolution of a community art...
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