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‘Tomorrow Never Happens’ at the Samek Art Museum Envisions a Queered Future

The exhibition, Tomorrow Never Happens, explores queer futurity and the aesthetics of utopia. This group exhibition features work by contemporary artists Ugo Rondinone, Jordan Eagles, Deborah Kass, Harmony Hammond, Chitrah Ganesh, Zanele Muholi, Jacolby Satterwhite, Caroline Wells Chandler, and more. The post ‘Tomorrow Never Happens’ at the Samek Art Museum Envisions a Queered Future appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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