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Set at the turn of the last century, Ragtime boasts several iconic names among its large cast, including Harry Houdini and Henry Ford. The industrial magic of these major figures connects three New York families—from the immigrant community in the Lower East Side, the city’s WASP-y upper crust, and African-American Harlem, respectively—each pursuing their own version of the American Dream.
An outsider by choice, Watson puts a trained painter’s hand to use in service of a quirky, folkloric style. The North Texas native’s work features recurring symbols that stem from her eccentric family (her father built flying saucers) and her home state: cowboys, cattle ranches, and suburbs. Her mural now in the Amon Carter Museum’s atrium, Pasture Cows Crossing Indian Creek, feels both very Texan and very alien, despite the absence of any UFOs.
Demand photographs paper-and-cardboard re-creations of infamous locations, stripping each scene of the elements that made it so notorious in the first place. Imagine the empty patio at Whitey Bulger’s Santa Monica hideout, or Matisse’s cluttered studio. The German artist’s work deconstructs photography’s supposed authenticity, casting journalistic and historical images in a disconcerting new light.
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