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Gregoire is known for his large-scale public projects, as well as more intimate temporary installations using found and fabricated objects.
The exhibition examines themes of memory, history, and cultural identity through works that navigate the complex journey of immigration and returning home.
My goal from the beginning was to assemble a collection of museum-quality art that would someday go to an institution that would value it as part of their collection and use it as a teaching re
To take stock of the past year, Artforum asked an international group of artists to select the single image, exhibition, or event that most memorably captured their eye in 2012.
Ontiveros’ interactive and engaging elements in his exhibit, In The Ring, highlight the pressure a boxer feels as the viewer stands in the ring, looks in the mirror, and sees the vivid detail o
Weems is particularly concerned with black women and how they are portrayed, remembered and forgotten.
Part of The Drawing Center’s commitment to emerging and under-recognized artists is realized through the Viewing Program, a curated registry of artists available online and regularly consulted b
Doris Bittar, whose two pieces involve British and American flags, most notably Baghdadi Bride 2 whose three American flags are placed one on top of the other, each time becoming smaller.
Lorna Simpson’s ‘remind me who i am’, struck deep for me...there is so something so haunting about these long forgotten little keepsakes snapped for boyfriends, husbands and other loved ones...<