Cross-Cultural Dialogue

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Artworks that use a style or incorporate imagery foreign to the artist’s country, region or culture of origin. While in art history, there is a long, identifiable tradition of such sampling, in the current global "art world," one might argue that the boundaries between what is considered "foreign" or "native" to an artist have become extremely blurred. As a result, identifying cross-cultural exchange is much more difficult, if not impossible.