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Review: Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms

April 9, 2019 / East City Art

"...Refuge and Untitled III open the door for a viewer to see beyond domestic narratives. Just as Rockwell elevated his renderings of the “Freedoms” to question what it meant to strive for action within a philosophically rigorous definition of human morality at large, so Browning and Wike do as they both ask not who is America, but what is America."

 
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Review: A New Washington, D.C. Exhibit Will Turn Your Words Into Art

August 30, 2018 / CultureTrip

“For artist Amy Wike, the charged conversation surrounding the nation’s capital is a generative subject for her exploration of language, perception and identity.”

 
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DCist Monthly Recommendations: June Arts Will Turn You Upside Down

June 13, 2018 / DCist

“Cultural DC’s mobile art gallery, which promises to bring art to all eight wards, opened in Truxton Circle this month with an interactive installation by Amy Wike that asks participants to answer the question, ‘What one word would you use to describe Washington, D.C.?'”

 
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Press: CulturalDC’s Mobile Art Gallery Presents Amy Wike In a Word

June 4, 2018 / East City Art

Starting June 7, CulturalDC’s Mobile Art Gallery moves to Truxton Circle for Amy Wike’s interactive fiber art installation, In a Word. Held in partnership with North Capitol Main Street, In a Word invites participants to consider varying perceptions of Washington, DC.

 
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CulturalDC’s Mobile Art Gallery and North Capitol Main Street Open In a Word by Artist Amy Wike

May 11, 2018 / CulturalDC

 
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Roosevelt House to Open New Exhibition: Reimagining The Four Freedoms, A Traveling Show From The Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA

May 23, 2018 / Roosevelt House

 
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BmoreArt’s Picks: Baltimore Art Galleries, Openings, and Events October 25 - 31

October 25, 2016 / BmoreArt

Amy Wike’s This is a sentence opening reception and artist talk at VisArts Common Ground Gallery Friday, October 28.