SPOTLIGHTThe Critical Role of the Artist in Our Entangled WorldBeginning with the residential real estate boom in his home, New York City, artist Daniel Shea turns his critical lens on the seductive forces of capitalism and, by the thinnest of margins, reveals what we might do to resist them.Read More
The Critical Role of the Artist in Our Entangled World
Beginning with the residential real estate boom in his home, New York City, artist Daniel Shea turns his critical lens on the seductive forces of capitalism and, by the thinnest of margins, reveals what we might do to resist them.
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