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Monumental Domestic Scenes Address Race and History in Detroit

Jason Yates's interdisciplinary project deploys kitsch and abstraction to grapple with the social legacies and the lived present of Detroit. The post Monumental Domestic Scenes Address Race and History in Detroit appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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