Visual Arts

Review: Hongwei and Hido at UK Art Museum

Every art form is a refuge and a prison. Many artists spend much of their careers working in the spacious house of a particular medium or genre, only to discover, sooner or later, that it seems to have shrunk, sometimes intolerably. Some respond to this creeping claustrophobia by moving to a new house, or burning down the old one and starting fresh. Picasso did this...
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