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The artist plays the nursemaid in Cirque du Soleil’s KÀ.

Choreographer Gail Gilbert turns her sculptures into performers in ‘Warp & Weft’

February 22nd, 2018

The artist plays the nursemaid in Cirque du Soleil’s .

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    Donations are being accepted in any amount, with the minimum for an original 5x7 black and white sketch or cartoon set at $25.

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    Reminiscences includes images of couples in love, friends seeking love and others dressed as showgirls.

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    “My job is to show everything as it is—warts and all.”

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    Since it opened in 2012, artists have used the space as a launch pad before spreading their wings and moving on to larger galleries.

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    On February 9, the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art will debut its Spring 2018 shows.

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    The text in these 37 works does more than simply caption images: The words become the image itself.

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    Using the language of symbol, the artist combines pictorial elements in witty and incisive visual narratives.

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    The paintings, up at Priscilla Fowler Fine Art, are shiny, vibrant and abstract—like a disco inkblot test.

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