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Cassie Packard

Cassie Packard is a writer and art historian based in New York, USA. 

At Museum of the Moving Image, New York, a retrospective of the artist reveals an enchantment with technology’s possibilities and a disillusionment with its uses

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Cassie Packard reflects on the U.S. Supreme Court landmark decisions on copyright and its implications for artists

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For her homecoming show at Queens Museum, the artist's absurdist experiments draw attention to the systems that shape behaviour

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Using gay print magazines, the artist makes collages that imagine intersectional queer communities

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At Amant, Brooklyn, the women-led group show fluidly reimagines the mythological creature in a media-spanning exhibition

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A recent survey at the Williams College Museum of Art, Massachusetts, celebrates a career-long preoccupation with biomorphic forms

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An intimate show of 12 paintings at Salon 94, New York, showcases the Egyptian-born artist’s dreamlike tableaux 

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At Acquavella Galleries, ‘Erotic Abstraction’, curated by Eleanor Nairne, presents the works of both artists together for the first time

 

 

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The new documentary is packed with original footage and voice recordings from the late artist

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Premiering in the US and UK this month, Céline Sciamma’s lesbian period drama employs the myth of Orpheus to re-centre the female gaze

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