North Korean dissident painter Song Byeok exhibits at the Goat Farm, Aaron Levy lectures at the Contemporary, and more. Details after the jump.
Song Byeok worked as a propaganda artist for the North Korean regime before fleeing the country. The dissident artist shows his first international exhibition at the Goat Farm. CL's Thomas Wheatley interviewed the artist via Skype. The opening reception begins at 7:30.
Mason Murer exhibits Refresh, featuring works by new and emerging artists including, Neil & Karen Hollingsworth, Otto Lange, Jill & Patrick McGannon, Mary Anne Mitchell, Marc Chatov, and others. More details at Mason Murer.
This month, the Westside art walk includes a lecture from Aaron Levy discussing "urban planning, activism, social responsibility, and projects and questions that coalesce around one basic query: How will we live with others?" at the Contemporary, a musical performance at Poem 88, and more. Details at WAD.
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