This presentation brings together seven artworks—all acquired in 2019 and on view at the Museum for the first time—by a range of local, national, and international artists. The works showcase diverse perspectives and forms of expression while complicating the narratives around mediums and genres traditionally associated with the Frye’s collection, such as painting, landscape, and portraiture.
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|Untitled||Yamahira, Ko Kirk||Acrylic and graphite on partially unwoven canvas with wood||2019|
|Egungun||Smith, Cauleen||Archival pigment print||2015|
|If Marco Polo Brought the Pasta Meme to Europe from China, He didn't Need to be a Pasta Chef but all he Had to do was to Disperse the Meme in the Environment and Other Humans Infected by it, Would Express it in their Behaviour||Haerizadeh, Rokni||Gesso, watercolor and ink on printed paper||2017-18|
|Dress for Success||Nestler, Rose||Leather, thread, batting, grommets, hooks||2018|
|Untitled (Badlands)||Aranda, Juventino||Oil on wool Pendleton blanket||2018|
|To a Flame||White, Anthony||PLA (plastic) on panel||2019|
|this trembling turf (the shallows)||Peters, Mary Ann||White ink||2018|
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