February, 21, 2019,
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Regaining Consciousness with Public Art

By Krystle Brewer In one of my favorite books, Incognito: Secret Lives of the Brain, one point author David Eagleman makes is how our brains...
Django image courtesy of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Film Review: Django

By Jill Hardy In his essay “The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism,” T.S. Eliot wrote “Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets...
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Film Review: The Lovers and The Despot

By Kyle Cohlmia Propaganda film is a genre primarily associated with war. From Mussolini to Mao, dictators from around the world have commissioned, or rather,...

Moving Relics: Remember This at Philbrook Downtown

By Catherine Crain Image: Crystal Z. Campbell, Go-Rilla Means War, 2017-18; Image courtesy of the author “You are watching a relic,” a disembodied voice informs in Crystal...

Alexis Austin’s Possible Selves

By John Selvidge Image: Alexis Austin's Welcome to the Traffic Jam in the Inasmuch Gallery at Oklahoma City Community College, photo by John Selvidge Does...

Finding Humanity in Shades of Gray: The Work of Amy Sherald

By Christina Beatty Image: Amy Sherald, She had an inside and an outside now and suddenly she new how not to mix them, 2018, oil...

Nicolas Gadbois: Semaphor

By C.J. Charbonneau Image: Work by Nicolas Gadbois In Semaphor, an exhibition of twenty-one 12” x 10” painted concrete tablets, Nicolas Gadbois ruminates on civilizations ancient and...

Remember This, Philbrook Downtown

By Liz Blood Image: Sanford Biggers and Jennifer Zackin, a small world…, 1999–2001, single-channel video projection, 6:30 min., photo by Liz Blood The four video works in Remember This...

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