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HARRY DODGE — WORKS OF LOVE

At Tufts, outside Boston, the exhibition HARRY DODGE—WORKS OF LOVE brings together sculptures, drawings, and videos that “revel as much in theoretical ideas about a post-human future as they do in the ecstasy of the workaday present.”*

This week join Dodge and Amy Sillman in a public conversation for the annual Beckwith Lecture at the Museum of Fine Arts.

HARRY DODGE—WORKS OF LOVE*

Though April 14.

Tufts University Art Gallery

Aidekman Arts Center

40 Talbot Avenue, Medford.

HARRY DODGE and AMY SILLMAN

Wednesday, March 6, at 7 pm.

Museum of Fine Arts

Remis Auditorium

465 Huntington Avenue, Boston.

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HARRY DODGE—WORKS OF LOVE is an expanded version of Dodge’s 2018 show at Joan, Los Angeles.

From top: Harry Dodge, Emergency Weapon #26Harry Dodge, Emergency Weapon #21Harry Dodge, Works of Love installation view, Joan, Los Angeles, 2018. Photograph by Paul Salveson. Images courtesy the artist.