Warmaking, a five-artist group show about "the nature of wars and wars of nature," opens this Thursday October 20th at Williamsburg's Riviera gallery and runs through October 30th. Works incorporate symbols of death, like in curator Kevin Devine's Harvest Festival (pictured), morph imagery of political leaders (see Joseph Ari Aloi's works on musical scores), and otherwise engage current conceptions of war and the contradictory roles it plays.
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