After the deadly shooting in Atlanta and the development of music to protect Asians from violence, many called on Americans to take care of themselves and the country’s violent history. We also reviewed demonstrations and anti-violence protests in Asia America that have been warning of violence for months, and F-Stop magazine reviewed Gabriele Galimberti’s Book 2020 Ameriguns. Nick Meyer looked at the deterioration of habits, the lack of housing security, and the decline of a small American town in his book Local. Last year the epidemic, we asked artists who are also women about what they have learned and how they are coping.
Ten years after the nuclear disaster at Fukushima, Sam Clark writes about a well-documented project that shows the imagination of the people who live in the area, not the artists. Call it love or fiction, but Ondrej Čechvala he left home to live on an old farm in northern Slovakia. London’s National History Museum looked at female wildlife artists, and Erica Génécé pictures of dancers who look like sculptures in his portraits.
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