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Book Release Reception | Saturday, October 13, 2018 | 1-3p

Dab Art is pleased to announce the first installment of our quarterly arts publication and online exclusive exhibition, CLICK_BAIT.

Contemporary journalism is currently being presented in unprecedented formats. The majority of the public receive their news stories from social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook. With terms like fake news, yellow journalism, and clickbait, it feels as though we live in a time where fact is dictated by "likes" and truths can be outweighed by opinion.

Left, right or libertarian, all news is seemingly bias based on the recipient's personal algorithms rather than simply factual or pertinent. Are catered news sources changing art and artist perspectives? Or are todays artists more informed than ever before, creating works representative of voices more informed than ever? 

This exhibition explores various views on current political, geopolitical, and social issues from a selected group of contemporary artists.

Artists on Exhibit:

Alma Shoaf | Caitlin Vitalo | Candice Flewharty | Corey Willis | David Weed | Earl Chuvarsky | Eric Johnson | Eric Rauseo | Gary Aagaard | George McDonald | Holly Martz | James Berson | Jason Challas | Joe Castro | Justin Higgs | Kamal Al Mansour | Karen Florito | Kathy Taslitz | Lee Coburn | Laura Barth | Margaret White | Marie-Angie Ackad | Matthew Coté | Mitchel Hoffart | Molly Gambardella | Nela Steric | Pamela Vander Zwan | Pancho Jimenez | Peter Ivanoff | Rob Crossno | Sarey Ruben | Shelby Newman | Shelley Bird | Sisavanh Houghton | Stephen Barnwell | Steven Hampton | Tad Benson | Tara Cronin | Viktoria Romanova | Virgil Ortiz | Virgil Scott | Vivian Wan | Wanda Harding | Wayne Swanson | William Moriarty | Yasamin Boromand | Ytaelena Lopez


Curated by Yessíca Torres

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