Chris Wills: Residents of the United States at MICA’s Gateway Gallery

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I am a fan of both kitchy textiles and politics, so this exhibit in MICA’s student gallery in the Gateway building was a pleasure. In addition, Chris Wills has included impeccably constructed artist books, presidential wallpaper, and political pillows. I love it.

Ronnie and Nancy fabric.

extreme closeup view of the Nixon plaid

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