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art, artist, biennial, Byron, China, collage, essay, Hungary, Mamiya, MoMA, painting, photography, poetry, USA, Whitney

In this issue, we are proud to feature the extraordinary work of four artists.

Well known American artist Michael Byron's work includes a new piece for the printed page, "The Ladder of Fortune narrated by Jeff Bridges," and collages made during a recent trip to India.

Provocative, poignant and humorous, Sarah Cavallaro uses her poetry to describe what it means to be a "Baby Boomer" in an ever-changing American culture.

From Hungary, Peter Nagy gives us a view into a rural way of life that many of us do not have the opportunity to experience. His stunning black and white portraits are direct and honest, evoking a true sense of our shared humanity.

The beautiful paintings of Chinese artist Liu Chen Yang reveal the attitudes of young women in China as they try to find their place in a society that evolves day by day, often at a bewildering pace.

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Re<>Dux Arts Magazine: Summer 2011

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