By Shir Mohammad Karimi
NOV 2021 | Critics Page
What a pain to hear a young woman cry, a thousand wishes gone. A child weeps for the father he has lost. These children did not choose where to be born. And yet, here we are. They are paying the biggest cost for this war of the world. To be witness to the explosion of a bomb in front of the girls school; one can never imagine. Their only crime was the desire to learn. This picture should be a source of shame for the world; it is a pure pain for us.
By Charlotte Kent
SEPT 2023 | ArtSeen
Musical Thinking doesnt simply beat the drum of aesthetics as politics, but provides a context in which to remember that politics are aesthetic and, as will shortly be evident with another election cycle, provide many a song and dance. Graysons curatorial sensibility tunes difficult content into a poignant show representing the diversity of this nation that some of its representatives insist on denying.