Good news is hard to come by. More and more, artists have a responsibility to respond critically to our political climate, our social inequalities, or our moral shortcomings. Unfortunately, bad news is all around us. In this moment, is there room for work that uplifts? Can positivity and authenticity offer a salve for our current condition? What is the role of work that finds spiritual meaning in color and form or seeks the sublime through the act of making? Have you heard the good news?
Curated by Betsy Odom and Rafael E. Vera
Image: Kate McQuillen, Were Your Senses Move Vivid Than Usual Part 2