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This exhibition of a dozen-plus artists is a catalog of dreams. But the title indicates a harsh reality: that such dreams involve recklessness, with the outcome determining whether the flyer is brilliant or foolish.

In 2010, researchers discovered bone fragments in Siberia’s Denisova Cave; these fragments were identified as the remains of a young girl of a previously unknown Homo sapiens subspecies.

Although these artists have varied and often complex motivations, most viewers will probably love their work for the sheer visual pleasure it offers.

‘Max Bill’

Paradise Lost

“State of Emergency” at Davidson College galleries includes work by local and international artists. The show features painting, printmaking, photography, animation, sculpture and installation in response to crises of all kinds.

This month, check out art exhibitions at Davidson College, CPCC, Levine Museum of the New South and Mint Museum addressing an array of social, political and environmental issues.

Charlotte philanthropist Bill Gorelick brings art glass to the public at CPCC exhibition. Action underscores growing trend of creating access, sharing inspiring works by collectors.

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