The Spring Break Art Show: A Good Time Show Disrupted by the Specter of Trump (Part One)
In this episode of Spring Break we discuss the fairs in general and where Spring Break fits in, themes, trends, the over all quality of the art, and a few pieces that stuck out for their overall failure. We also asked four participants to give us their elevator pitches for the show. Those guests included: Lynn Sullivan and Dominic Nurre's exhibition "Ours", (artists anonymous), Kyle Hittmeier and Amanda Nedham curated "The Last Equestrian Portrait" (a group show), Kumasi J Barnett "Stop it Whiteman: You're Wrecking the World" curated by Jac Lahav, and Mark Joshua Epstein and Will Hutnick present "The Songs Make a Space" by the late composer Michael Friedman.
All images and credits will appear on Art F City.
Correction: In this episode we incorrectly identified a series of protest signs titled "You'll Never Know We Were Here"
as the work of Sarah Walko. The piece was done by Fernando Orellana.
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