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Dana Schutz

The Last Thing You See

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      • Source title: Dana Schutz: The Last Thing You See

        StatementCornerhouse
        PublishersCornerhouse
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        LC Classifications2011
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 129 p. :
        Number of Pages97
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 103931355640
        Series
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Together we weathered the storm from the [2017] Whitney Biennial, which was a teachable moment that transformed the gallery. Their pain is your pain. A parable of confrontation and discomfort, Schutz invents a race that would rather swallow itself rather than cope with its own inadequacy. ] To equate white motherhood, black motherhood and the fear that runs through each of them is violent and nothing else. Last but not least, painterly brushwork draws attention to the painter rather than the subject.

In Frank on the Beach, she has him play sex-kitten, sprawled like a second-rate rent boy in the muddy surf at sunset.

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Envisioning a race of self-eaters, she pictures both the nurturing and self-destructive qualities of an aberrant addiction. for "Conflict," in which two figures with dancing feet and mismatched shoes are caught in a clinch.

I will however always speak up against preventive or reactive disqualifications of out-group voices. ARTnews has reached out to Contemporary Fine Dana Schutz in Berlin, which has also previously shown Schutz, for comment.