Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty | MoMA

Last chance! Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty closes tomorrow! The New York Times calls it a “thrillingly intimate” look at “the modern Degas you haven’t seen." 

[Edgar Degas. Forest in the Mountains (Forêt dans la montagne), c. 1890. Monotype in oil on paper. Plate: 11 13/16 x 15 3/4″ (30 x 40 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Louise Reinhardt Smith Bequest]

(via Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty | MoMA)

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Chapel Hill artist Antoine Williams, a.k.a. Raw, explores issues surrounding race and class through mixed-media installations, paintings, drawings, and collage. His work is semi-autobiographical, inspired by his experiences of a rural working class upbringing in Red Springs, North Carolina. “My art practice is an investigation of my cultural identity through the exploration of societal signs as they relate to institutional inequities,” Williams explains in his artist statement. See more on HiFructose.com.