“Twenty Twenty,” an exhibit that documents and responds to the 2020 election season, is at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, 258 Main St. in Ridgefield, until March 14. The artists will add work through the election cycle. “Following key moments in the election cycle, the final installation of the exhibition will reflect the proceeding years' political and social experiences through the lens of these artists' lived experiences,” the museum states on its website. aldrichart.org.
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Top image: Oasa DuVerney Through the lies and the sell-outs, The mistakes and the madness. Through pain and hunger and frustration, We caried it on, 2020 Courtesy of the artist