Why a Canadian Artist’s U.S. Exhibition Features Giant Emojis

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The Canadian artist Divya Mehra’s first U.S. solo show takes a surprising look at mourning. She uses giant emojis to portray her devastation.The Canadian artist Divya Mehra’s first U.S. solo show takes a surprising look at mourning. She uses giant emojis to portray her devastation.Read MoreArt, Sculpture, Content Type: Personal Profile, Emojis and Emoticons, Night Gallery (Los Angeles, Calif, Gallery), Mehra, Divya (1981- ), The funny things You do (Exhibit), Quarantine (Life and Culture), Grief (Emotion), Canada, Los Angeles (Calif)

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