Art enthusiasts feast their eyes on the politically and socially pertinent yet colorful work of New York-based artist Eli Sudbrack of the artist collective, assume vivid astro focus (avaf), during the opening of the avaf@AMAM exhibition in the Richard D. Baron ’64 Art Gallery. The show extends the Allen Memorial Art Museum’s celebration of Latin American and Latino art.
The off-site exhibit, which includes work by avaf member Christophe Hamaide-Pierson, is an interactive experience, immersing viewers in a range of media from flashy wallpaper to psychedelic animations and pop culture-inspired sculptures. It will remain in the Baron Gallery until May 1.
Photograph by John Seyfried
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and 40+ theater & dance
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than alumni of other undergraduate colleges
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