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Art Museum Visit: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

I think that this piece by Jenny Holzer holds a lot of power, the use of all capitalizations and the close proximity by each letter brings the text together to create almost an image of a book of poetry. The … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Emily Deichmann

One of the pieces in the art museum that stuck out the most to me was “ We Are Pro-Choice” by Nancy Spero. Nancy Spero used stylized representational images to touch on the darker subjects of humankind. I find this … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Rumnik Cheema

The piece I ended up choosing was the Tong Zhi/Comrade : Out of Asia America. There was many different reasons I went with this piece, one of the most prominent is related to the modern society issue in the Asian … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Abby Martinez

The work I chose was “Unalpabetic #1 (unabashed)” by Pat Boas.  This work is the word ‘Unabashed’ with each letter painted over the other, in various sizes, colors, weights, and cases.  The text here makes the image, the letters become … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Mikaela Thomas

The art from the museum I have chosen is called “I Beseech You” by Carrie Mae Weems in 1996. The photograph is in black and white and appears to be very dated as it was actually taken by a 19th … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit – Hannah Talarico

 When we visited the Art Museum on Washington State University’s campus, I felt that this particular graphic was the one that reached out to me, and related to me the most. The photo on the far left explains the man’s … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Sanna Wright

In the Washington State University art museum, these posters caught my eye. I think that they have a powerful message, and are very thought-provoking. The series of posters were created by Ken Chu to highlight and normalize the gay Asian … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Jane Doe

Dam Breach by Daniel Duford is a realism drawing that caught my eye in the museum.  The way that ‘KRAKOOM!’ is drawn/written is how I would experiment with drawing letters when I was younger.  They are just as imperfect as … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Kelly-anne Cubley

One piece that really caught my eye was Tong Zhi/ Comrade: Out of Asia America. This is because I myself am part of the LGBT community. I see how it affects people on a daily basis as well as how it … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Clara Mui

This collection of art pieces called “Tong Zhi/Comrade: Out of Asia America”(2001) caught my eye because of the middle poster here has a very bold Japanese name “Yuki” on it. This is a collection of stories and photographs of Asian … Continue reading

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