Review: 1914: Magnus Plessen at the Rose Art Museum

I recently had the pleasure of writing a review of the Rose Art Museum’s exhibition 1914: Magnus Plessen for Big, Red & Shiny.

The exhibition is an examination of the visual rhetoric of war, combining paintings by Magnus Plessen with archival objects. Together, the work examines the psychological impact of facial injuries during the first World War, looking at the role of artists in the creation of facial prosthetics.

You can read more here: 1914: Magnus Plessen at the Rose Art Museum

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