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San Jose State University - Natalie and James Thompson Gallery

1 Washington Sq, Art Building #127, San Jose
408-924–4330
Tuesday: 10 am - 4 pm/6 - 7:30 pm, Monday/Wednesday - Friday: 10 am - 4 pm


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Reinterpretation as Resistance: Artists Questioning Normative Iconography
Oct 02-Nov 02
Particularly in times of increasing unrest, art can be a powerful tool for advocacy. In advance of the 2018 United States mid-term elections, the Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery presents a group exhibition of works by Libby Black, Ken Botto, Maggy Rozycki Hiltner, Alexander Kosolapov, Liliana Porter, Josh Reames, Dread Scott, John Sims, and Victor Yanez-Lazcano that question the social values, attitudes, and beliefs embedded in American society to expose deeply seated cultural myths and prejudices.