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Art review: "The Way We Live Now" at Gallery Luisotti is a resonant group effort
Art review: "The Way We Live Now" at Gallery Luisotti is a resonant group effort

The way we live now is not the way we lived then, because it never is. Time and circumstance change. But in a group show called “The Way We Live Now” at Gallery Luisotti, shadowy or invisible forces seemingly beyond our immediate reckoning are pegged as establishing the woeful situation in which American society finds itself today. Once upon a time, unfathomable gods and goddesses might have been the likely culprits, but in this exhibition powerful technology and surveillance are among the agents of discomfort. New York-based painter and guest curator Shirley Irons used the satirical novel by Anthony Trollope for the title of the show, which includes 17 works by eight artists....

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