Conflict | Resolution, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Through Sunday, June 20 | Read more Various artists take on the sprawling and relevant topics of war and peace in the latest offerings from the Springs' FAC. Contemplate gun control in "Danger Toy Love Gun"; oppression and terrorism in "Dealing with Difference"; or media portrayals of 9/11 in "W Dictionary." On your way in (or out), be sure to linger within Chris Weed's "Spores" installation, in which large, tumbleweed-like sculptures feel both playful and dangerous. More: New Works in Paper: Ray Tomasso | In the Manner of Pollock | Appendages | A Something or Other That Has No Name in Any Language
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