Out of Rubble
An art exhibit asks what about what comes after war?
By Christopher L. McGinnis
With symbolism and exploded perspectives, painter Stephanie Armbruster explores postindustrial landscapes.
Armbruster's work adheres to a big bang theory of creation, wherein disparate elements swirl violently in the unpredictable atmosphere.
Isabelle Garbani's 24 Hours offers one painting for each hour in the day of the life of a subway stop.
The paintings inspire meditations on time, and thoughts of early motion pictures.
Seth Clark's Ruination finds compelling art in postindustrial fragments.
Homestead's Bulgarian-Macedonian cultural center is a uniquely resonant venue for am exhibition of contemporary art.
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