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“Atlas Shrugged” Opens at the “White Box” Tonight

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Tonight at White Box Projects, the opening of Spanish Artist Juanli Carrion's "Atlas Shrugged." The exhibition takes its title from "Ayn Rand's groundbreaking 1957 novel. The title is appropriated," according to White Box, "in an ironic way, as opposed to the
Philosophy of Objectivism advocated by the novelist, in order to speak
about dystopia in an alienated landscape of an undefined reality and
time… Carrión's photographs stand as a tragic reminder of what has been
displaced by human development, blurring the distinction between
cultural and natural landscapes." Tonight's opening reception: 6-8pm, 329 Broome Street. The Carrion exhibition will close on December 8th.

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