PATRON's 2020 April Issue

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IMPRINTS OF TRAUMA An exhibition of nearly 100 works on view at The Warehouse, culled from museums and private collections, channel consciousness of traumatic events into a potent form of cultural processing. INTERVIEW BY CHRIS BYRNE PHOTOGRAPHY BY KEVIN TODORA

From left: Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Japanese, 1935–2016, Ningen no Chizu (Map of Human), 1959, paint, enamel, and sand on plywood. The Rachofsky Collection, © Estate of Natsuyuki Nakanishi; Yayoi Kusama, Japanese, b. 1929, Accumulation, 1962–1964, sewn stuffed fabric with paint on wood chair frame. The Rachofsky Collection and the Dallas Museum of Art through the TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art Fund; Gerhard Richter, German, b. 1932, Stadtbild Mü (Townscape Mü), 1968, Amphibolin on canvas. Promised gift of Marguerite Steed Hoffman, the Marguerite and Robert Hoffman Collection and Collection of the Dallas Museum of Art: Gift of The Rachofsky Collection in honor of Bonnie Pitman; Lay Family Acquisition Fund, General Acquisitions Fund, and gifts from an anonymous donor, Cindy and Howard Rachofsky, Deedie and Rusty Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stoffel, and Mr. and Mrs. William T Solomon, by exchange, © Gerhard Richter 2020; Hi Red Center’s Cleaning Event (officially known as Be Clean! and Campaign to Promote Cleanliness and Order in the Metropolitan Area), 1964 (printed in 2014), gelatin silver prints. All three The Rachofsky Collection.



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