After visiting “Forbidden Colors” on display at Gallery Al-Quds, Mark Jenkins of The Washington Post comments, “The work is by 33 artists, and varies as widely in quality and sophistication as Civilian’s rock-legend show. A few puckish entries render the flag, or its colors, in found objects: Rajie Cook uses painted cat-food cans, while Andrew Courtney’s photograph arranges eggplant, tomatoes, peppers and cauliflower.”
“Forbidden Colors” is on display until August 12th.
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