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Newly Minted Artists, Facing a Precarious Future, Take Action

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Susan M B Chen, “First Self-Portrait” (2020). An art student from Columbia University, Ms. Chen suggested to the Steve Turner Gallery exhibit work from her graduating M.F.A. class. The show, “Alone Together,” is online through June 6.Credit...Susan M B Chen and Steve Turner How do you get discovered in a teetering art world? Graduating students organize shows with peers, team up with dealers — and lobby for relief funds. Will they bring change? By Hilarie M. SheetsPublished May 19, 2020Updated May 22, 2020For art students finishing B.F.A. and M.F.A. programs this spring, the big debut was supposed to have been...

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Contemporary Art and Artists on the Virus Covid-19

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There has been Art that is noteworthy to Make a Dent Podcast. The Contemporary art world has been posting works of art on various social platforms without restraint in the public gallery for millions of people who can view and comment. This is a great forum for our artistic voice to be heard. On Instagram this image posted: Through Oasis-Magazine HOW STREET ARTISTS AROUND THE WORLD ARE REACTING TO LIFE WITH COVID-19   Graffiti artists and muralists are sending messages of hope and despair with coronavirus public art   BY JENNIFER BILLOCK SMITHSONIANMAG.COM | April 23, 2020, 10:32 a.m.   As much of...

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