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Murals Watch Over Jerusalem Neighborhood, a Silent Protest Against Displacement

In May, an Israeli court’s order to evict Palestinian families from their homes in the neighborhood of Shiekh Jarrah in East Jerusalem, and allowing Jewish settlers to take over their property, triggered a wave of violence that spread to all parts of Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. For 11 days, Israel shelled the besieged …

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Kandis Williams’s Flourishing Black Feminist Vision

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles-based artist Kandis Williams makes work that alchemizes feelings of loss and dissent. Encompassing collage, installation, performance, writing, and publishing, she investigates and deflates our social constructions and how they are experienced through the prisms of race, gender, nationalism, psychology, and eroticism. In July, the Hammer Museum announced Williams as …

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