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Why Two Artists Spent 40 Years Chronicling Life in New Orleans—And What Their Work Teaches Us About Community

Here’s some unfinished business from 2018, before we get too distant from it: one of the most affecting shows I saw all year was “Labor Studies” by Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick at the Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans. Calhoun (b. 1955) and McCormick (b. 1957) are not exactly obscure. … Read entire story.

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