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Calendar, Night&Day Le Mond de Ray

Le Mond de Ray

No one does collage like Raymond Saunders. The classic example of a politically motivated abstract painter, Saunders ought not be confined to a term like "collage," having done famous, magnificent work in other areas, including the difficult-to-master medium of "opinionated…
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Calendar, Night&Day A Colorful Character

A Colorful Character

Willy Heeks is an old Rhode Island surfer dude. He's also a great painter who says his abstracts are sometimes inspired by the Atlantic Ocean's (meager) curls. Strangely, his work reminds us of Raymond Saunders' urban-Pittsburgh–inspired abstract paintings more than…
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Calendar, Night&Day The Answer's Still Out There Somewhere

The Answer's Still Out There Somewhere

We once heard a teenager named Cuauhtémoc rail against the term "Latino." "We're not fucking Latin," he reasoned reasonably. He liked "Hispanic" even less, for similar reasons. He was also very, very beautiful, and for all these reasons, we cordially…
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Calendar, Night&Day So Def

So Def

Renaissance man Radio Active is a beatboxer for Michael Franti and Spearhead, but don't think you know all about him just because of that. He's also a painter, and his aesthetic is far from, though not antagonistic towards, anything tie-dyed.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Alchemical Art

Alchemical Art

Raymond Saunders is far from the only artist to use street detritus in his work, but he's among the most powerful of those who do. He's won almost every art award you can win, is part of important permanent collections…
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