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ANOMALOUS PRESS features The Recognitions: Plants as Medicine

curated by Didi Dunphy for the Lamar Dodd School of Art on the University of Georgia campus

On view at Ciné
JANUARY 22 - MARCH 15, 2015
curated by Hope Hilton
Rinne Allen | Maureen Beall | Wayne Bellamy | Claire Clements | Katherine Dunlap | Alejandro Galeana-Salinas | Susan Hable Smith | Moon Jung Jang | Taylor Kuzia | Jess Machacek | Malissa Ryder | René Shoemaker | Zipporah Camille Thompson | Maddie Zerkel

An art exhibition to brighten up these January grays, 'In Bloom' is influenced by nature, color, and the possibility of working outside of our most comfortable ways. Surprises abound by some of Athens' most treasured artists as well as some profound emerging talent.


Is art a luxury? Jeanette Winterson gets straight to the heart of why art matters. Listen here.

Everything is biographical, Lucian Freud says. What we make, why it is made, how we draw a dog, who it is we are drawn to, why we cannot forget. Everything is collage, even genetics. There is the hidden presence of others in us, even those we have known briefly. We contain them for the rest of our lives, at every border we cross.
- Michael Ondaatje, Divisadero

Travel is the only context in which some people ever look around. If we spent half the energy looking at our own neighborhoods, we’d probably learn twice as much.
- Lucy R. Lippard, On the Beaten Track: Tourism, Art, and Place