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Datebook: Hallucinogenic border imagery and a festival of performance art

Datebook: Hallucinogenic border imagery and a festival of performance art

Wild lenticulars reconfigure the border. A master of painting takes on digital photography. And an artist creates compelling scenes out of anonymous male figures. Plus, a performance festival and the recently uncovered works of an outsider artist. Here’s what we have in the Datebook: Einar and Jamex de la Torre, “Quemando Las Naves,” at Koplin del Rio. The Guadalajara-born brothers are known for glassworks that riff as much on pop culture as they do on the history of craft. In this new show, however, they are going lenticular, with a series of tripped-out light boxes that look different from all angles and that toy with the imagery of the U.S.-Mexico border. Opens...

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