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  • Memento Mori
  • Memento Mori

    An Icelandic shipwreck and a California car crash inspire massive installation at MOCA
      Two tragedies are unexpectedly brought together in a gigantic installation by Los Angeles artist Ali Silverstein at MOCA Tucson.
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  • Fantastic Four
  • Fantastic Four

    A quartet of women join forces for a powerhouse show at Davis Dominguez
      Right at the front of the Davis Dominguez gallery is an exhilarating sculpture by Tucson’s Barbara Jo. A curving female-esque figure 6 feet tall, “Whirl” is wrapped in a stretch of green copper that defiantly swings outward, just as Victory’s wings do.
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  • Witness to history
  • Witness to history

    Pulitzer Prize-winning David Hume Kennerly photos capture the powerful and the powerless
      From the 1960s right up to this minute, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Hume Kennerly has used his camera to capture a who’s who of political leaders.
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  • Refugees by Land and Sea
  • Refugees by Land and Sea

    Artists in two shows expose the sufferings of migrants in the Mediterranean and the Sonoran Desert
      “No Place,” a largescale oil painting by Paula Crawford, is a highlight of Take Nothing for Granted, a large group show at Pima College’s Bernal Gallery that also features pieces by Kate Breakey, Danny Lyon, Jenny Day, Ernesto Esquiver, Ellen McMahon and others.
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  • Shining Lights
  • Shining Lights

    Etherton stages a celebration of luminous color and an homage to Scott Warren’s courage
      Marcus-Orlen, a long-time local painter, has always been a consummate colorist and a magical realist, making oils on canvas that dazzle the eye and the imagination.
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