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February 13, 2000 | LEAH OLLMAN, Leah Ollman is a frequent contributor to Calendar
It was Shimon Attie's father who taught him, at an early age, "the importance of not looking away from what has gone before." But how exactly can one see something that has passed, that is no longer there in a recognizable, tangible way? Reflecting on history is one thing, but actually seeing it is something else. Attie has more than managed.
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February 13, 2000 | LEAH OLLMAN, Leah Ollman is a frequent contributor to Calendar
It was Shimon Attie's father who taught him, at an early age, "the importance of not looking away from what has gone before." But how exactly can one see something that has passed, that is no longer there in a recognizable, tangible way? Reflecting on history is one thing, but actually seeing it is something else. Attie has more than managed.
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July 23, 1990 | CATHY CURTIS
The 10th annual Juried Show at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (through Aug. 17) contains 42 works selected by Judi Freeman, associate curator of 20th-Century art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, from entries by fledgling artists living in seven western states. A positive trend that emerges is a new dedication to social issues: the homeless, AIDS, racial inequality, corporate self-aggrandizement, religious persecution.
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