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22 Sep 16

For more than 35 years, artist Daniel Joseph Martinez  has honed his politically inflected practice, which critic Jeffrey Kastner has characterized as “unapologetically prob[ing] uncomfortable issues of personal and collective identity, seeking out threadbare spots in the fabric of conventional wisdom.” Martinez’s practice takes the form of photography, painting, site-specific installation, printed works, performance, and public interventions to question issues of personal and collective identity, vision and visuality, and the fissures formed between the appearance and the perception of difference. Martinez was the Guna S. Mundheim Fellow in the Visual Arts at the Academy in fall 2016.

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