February 16, 2017

Tucson Museum of Art Biennial 2015

A deeper look into the psyche of people practicing art in the area.
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The TMA biennial exhibit will be on display through the beginning of October. This year the curator of Site Santa Fe, Irene Hofmann, made the selections for the show. She put together a show that is markedly different from past biennials. The show is separated into four different categories that show the themes that are arising from artists in the area. Past biennials tended to be a broad survey of what was happening in the arts in the state and didn’t quite feel as cohesive of a show as this one does. This show is a deeper look into the psyche of people practicing art in the area. Producer: Andrew Brown
Videographers: Bob Lindberg & Nate Huffman
Editor: Nate Huffman
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