Beneath the surface: The Emerging Perspective of Dante Betsch — Alibi

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— by Clarke Condé: Working with textiles, Dante Betsch’s work comes from a place that is both political and personal. Political, not in the sense that he is advocating for a certain political position, but rather he is advocating for the space to be himself without the confines of external stereotypes thrust upon him by other’s political positions. Personal, in the sense of reflections of where he has personally been, where he grew up and what confronts this young artist as he begins his professional career. He is quick to point out that his work is the way that he tells his story…

Image courtesy of Dante Betsch

July 3, 2019

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