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Today, Your Native Hosts


In this essay republished from last year, Jasmine Amussen considers the work of Native artist Hock E Aye VI, or Edgar Heap of Birds, and the annual National Day of Mourning on the fourth Thursday in November.

Landscapes and Videotapes


Artist Emmalea Russo lays bare the fuzzy, dreamy topographies of love and intimacy within Southern landscapes and Steven Soderbergh’s sex, lies, and videotape.

Commonwealth at the ICA at VCU, Richmond


In Richmond, Maura Callahan considers the curatorial ambitions and institutional contradictions framing Commonwealth, a group exhibition at the ICA at VCU that examines the intertwined colonial histories of Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Puerto Rico.

The Truth About Dolls


Margaret Jane Joffrion finds a way back to childhood and a path to heaven at the Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts in Louisville.