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“Imagine Visions of Hope,” A New Project from Carl-Philippe Juste

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By Elisa Turner

Prize-winning photojournalist CARL-PHILIPPE JUSTE knows when it’s time for heavy lifting. As the pandemic devastated Italy in February, Juste initiated the heavy lifting for a bold project — “Imagine Visions of Hope,” an online photo gallery that will eventually become traveling exhibits around the world.

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Lowe Art Museum Features Carlos Estevez’s Distinctive Vision in “Cities of the Mind”

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By Elisa Turner

Maps and their traditions have long found their way into the work of Cuban-born artist Carlos Estevez. He’s also taken creative cues from illuminated manuscripts, ancient classical and medieval literature, astronomy, and art history.

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‘Kilombo’ at IPC ArtSpace

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“Kilombo” at IPC ArtSpace Pays Homage to African Culture in Brazil.

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Bittersweet and Radical: Art after Stonewall, 1969 –1989

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By Elisa Turner

“Art after Stonewall, 1969-1989” seduces and assaults with a powerful, seemingly endless stream of images drawn from two decades of radical change.

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Michele Oka Doner Back Then (1990)

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      Editor’s Note: This article by Elisa Turner was originally published in the Miami Herald in September, 1990. It...

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