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ART FOR THE ANTHROPOCENE ERA.

@article{Heartney2014ARTFT,
  title={ART FOR THE ANTHROPOCENE ERA.},
  author={Eleanor Heartney},
  journal={Art in America},
  year={2014},
  volume={102},
  pages={76-81}
}
The article examines the work of several artists who create work that deal with climate change and the environmental crisis. Particular focus is given to recent art exhibitions including "Yes, Naturally: How Art Saves the World" and "Dark Optimism," which was held at the MoMA PS1 exhibition space. Artists discussed include Mel Chin, Mary Mattingly and Natalie Jeremijenko. 

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