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Domestic Affairs

Two artists, one German, one American, reimagine historical motifs from home.

  1. 1. Christoph Broich

    At Envoy through August 4

    In the installation Voluptuous Panic, Broich’s ghostly cast of latex dummies plays out scenes inspired by Weimar-era debauchery.

  2. 2. Shepard Fairey

    At Jonathan Levine through July 21

    The ubiquitous street artist’s new series of silk-screened posters, “E Pluribus Venom” (“out of many, poison”), tweaks Rockwellesque imagery and currency-based patterns to get at heady themes of peace, war, and blind patriotism.


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