Art That Speaks To Us and to Each Other

“Ada In Spain,” 2018, by Alex Katz Photo contributed

At Craven Contemporary, the exhibition “Conversations with Alex Katz” has an all-star roster of artists. There is surprisingly little buzz in and around the gallery, but this exhibition does not need to make any extra noise. The quieter the better, so the works can speak with each other. 

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