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New visual language of Laure Prouvost fascinates Walker audience
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New visual language of Laure Prouvost fascinates Walker audience

It was almost inevitable for French conceptual artist Laure Prouvost to explore the intricate nature of language in her art. Having moved to London after high school to study design and the arts, she speaks both English and French fluently; yet, as she explained at the opening of her Walker exhibition “They Are Waiting For…

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Laure Prouvost is waiting for you at the Walker

In her new exhibit at the Walker, They Are Waiting For You, Laure Prouvost raises the question: Do we really need language? Sure, language is helpful, convenient. We use language to communicate, to be understood and to understand others. It’s a tool we employ every day, without thinking about it; it’s a habit, a routine….

Jim Hodges “Give More Than You Take” at The Walker
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Jim Hodges “Give More Than You Take” at The Walker

If you are in search of an inspiring, meaningful and emotional visual journey, look no further than “Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take,” featured at the Walker Art Center until May 11. The exhibit, which displays 75 of his pieces, is a comprehensive collection of Hodges’ work from 1987 to the present. It includes…