Calling Holley an “artist” only tells a bit part of a life whose epic origins begin in a muddy Alabama ditch.
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In East Hampton, the modern artist’s former residence is emerging as an unexpected cultural hub.
The entry of works from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation into the Met’s collection has prompted the museum to rethink the way it presents 20th-century art history.
At MASS MoCA, sculptures by Lonnie Holley and Dawn DeDeaux reflect the environmental and political state of the earth today.
On May 28, Building 6, a three-story structure that was renovated by architecture firm Bruner/Cott, opened on the museum’s industrial campus and doubled its gallery footprint.
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