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<p>New York artist Cey Adams 'flags' consumerism and company logos in his show, 'Brand New' at New BLK</p>

‘Brand New’ at New BLK

Another holiday season has come and gone, a traditional time for family and fellowship. And with it exited the barrage of commercials, newspaper inserts and alluring storefront displays, all engineered to make us to think of just what gifts—what consumer goods—would be the ultimate tidings of comfort and joy to bestow upon our loved ones.

Much depends on the success of market hype. There will be winners: hot new...


Living in the Material World….

When in 10th grade, my English teacher, Mr. Hoover, gave my class the assignment to write an instruction manual for an everyday, super common object. I chose the tape dispenser. Meticulously describing how to take the tape out of the box and place that tape dispenser thing in the center of the tape cartridge and then how to place it in the dispenser was gruesome.

Line after line of cumbersome descriptions and made...


Rsz ford photo

Seeing is Believing

Entering the RNG Gallery to view this year’s exhibition of nominees in the visual arts categories of the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards, one cannot help but be struck by the quirky diversity of objects populating the space.

Looming in one’s line of sight is a very large metal helmet from Littleton Alston’s “Hannibal” show, a complicated psychological and formal response to the ancient Carthaginian warrior with...


<p>'Doc Holiday' by Freddy Rincon in exhibit<em> CardBOARD </em>at RNG Gallery</p>

Agents of Change

Cardboard at its best is an imperfect, extremely unspectacular material that is very familiar yet often ignored.  It is cheap and disposable, but in the hands of an artist this material can become rather interesting and very beautiful.  

There is a moment of pause and reflection that happens when something so utilitarian becomes something else, when the overlooked can become memorialized and celebrated for its...


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