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Entang Wiharso Solo Exhibition Review


Entang Wiharso’s solo exhibition at MARC STRAUS reviewed by Jonathan Goodman for The Brooklyn Rail.

The flurry of reviews accompanying the opening of Indonesian artist Entang Wiharso’s solo show indicates that the New York art world is now ready for an influx of culture from Southeast Asia.

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