“Clapping with Stones: Art and Acts of Resistance” opens at the Rubin Museum

This August the Rubin Museum of Art presents the third exhibition in its Year of Power programming, “Clapping with Stones: Art and Acts of Resistance.” Organized by guest curator Sara Raza, the exhibition brings together 10 contemporary artists living and working in the United States and internationally whose works poetically employ non-conformity and resistance as tools to question and upend power in society. Using a range of media — including installation, painting, photography, sculpture, video, and textile — the artists confront history, identity, heritage, and ways of understanding the world at a time when truth is censored, borders reconfigured, mobility impeded, and civil liberties challenged. Bringing

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