Posted on February 22, 2013
Drexel Cultural Passport’s Amanda V. Wagner reviewed Living as Form (The Nomadic Version) on view at The Galleries at Moore, Philadelphia, PA. Describing the exhibition as the moment “when art is alive and engaged,” Wagner gives an in-depth review of the artists and artworks featured in the show, and the programs developed by the host gallery. To her, the “socially engaged works” presented in Living as Form “exemplify art that has developed beyond aesthetics, and has fully departed from the hierarchy of skill, style, and genre that once deemed art, ‘art.’” Standing up for an engaged art, Wagner ends by stating it is “about inspiring discourse on what defines art and how to create social change through art.”
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