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Parting Shot: Alicia Decker | June 2020 

click to enlarge Crossing Paths—Rufino, Alicia Decker, fiber, 38” x 28”.
  • Crossing Paths—Rufino, Alicia Decker, fiber, 38” x 28”.

Alicia Decker's storytelling cloth on the life of indigenous rights activist and organizer Rufino Dominguez-Santos is part of "Margins: International Contemporary Arts Exhibition" organized by Barrett Art Center in Poughkeepsie. The exhibition was juried by Anthony Elms, Daniel and Brett Sundheim Chief Curator, ICA Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania. It is online through June 21 at the Barrett Art Center.

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