WSJ Notes Increased Focus by Artists on Politics of Immigration, Identity in Contemporary Work

January 3rd, 2016

Kader Attia's The Dead Sea, via WSJThe WSJ looks at a growing group of artists dealing with the fluid movements of immigrants and refugees internationally, and the increased focus on notions of identity and global politics that often underscore their work.  It’s one of the themes that are going to define the latter half of this century,” says London-based artist John Akomfrah.

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