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Exhibition

March 06, 2017

“All work is beautiful, in its own way,” says curator Nora Grant, adding that Liu “animates and enlarges” the struggle of the lives she depicts, “creating a new kind of truth.”...

March 02, 2017

Through their art, these twenty artists examine immigrant communities, in both celebrating cooperation and engagement with both sides of the border and as a source of creativity, as well as high

February 21, 2017

The exhibition features the artwork of Gosia Herc-Balaszek, a Polish artist whose sculptures focus on the concepts of domesticity, simulation and perpetual erasure relating to the architecture o

February 13, 2017

This work, which highlights the tension between the fallibility of technology and the freedom of clay, also prompts consideration of the relationship between maker and material, the artist never

February 13, 2017

Gallaccio’s intervention, a welcome and highly necessary meditation on the relationship between tech and techne, is a visual and cerebral spectacle...

February 06, 2017

Lorna Simpson’s 'Hypothetical?' appeared in the 1993 Whitney Biennial, and its concerns remain contemporary today...

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February 01, 2017

The exhibition features works by Hung Liu, who came to the U.S. legally from China in 1984 with twenty dollars and two suitcases.

January 30, 2017

Gallaccio embraces cutting-edge technology while also subverting it; 3D printing is known for precision, but the artist’s application of unreliable slip clay offers unpredictable results...

January 25, 2017

But there’s more to the darkness in these scenes. Sholette is offering a new metaphor to discover: dark matter from outer space as an analogy for activism amidst the plight of our age.

January 19, 2017

“It took four years to get the files, and now I’m reclaiming them, and repurposing them, to tell my dad’s story, and to tell the story of the government surveillance, and how they really dismant