up through April 30 at the Center on Clifton
Avenue, is about the frustrations of the
recession for artists.
It is touching to see
how much heart, soul and intelligence — and talent — the artists have
put into this task.
It’s also a reminder how hard the last few years
have been on up-and-coming artists. Some have approached it with dark
humor, others with cool conceptual analysis. Some manage to combine
both: Justin Kemp, who received an MFA from University of Massachusetts,
has his actual diploma suspended by wire from the ceiling. it’s folded
into a paper airplane.
Read an interview with the curator, Erin Deters, and get show details here.