Upcoming and Archived Exhibitions.
To tailor a garment by “rock of eye” is to rely on the drape—on experience over mathematical measurement—in the fitting process. It is a kind of drawing in space: a freehand, an intuition, a trust of materials. Troy Montes-Michie: Rock of Eye is an exhibition of collages, drawings, sculpture, and installation that draw the contours of body and place. [continue reading]
Ways to Baffle the Wind features new and recent work by artist Yto Barrada (Moroccan, French, b. 1971) and includes sculpture, drawings, textile, films, works on paper, experiments, and games assembled to model, parody, and learn from our attempts to regulate and organize nature. [continue reading]
Cassandra Press: An Unfolding, Sanford Biggers, and the Amistad Research Center is an exhibition in the form of spatial reading—N/S/W/E. As exhibition and reader, it cuts across the gallery, the binding, an artist’s practice, and an historical archive. It is closest to cartography, orienting us by cardinal points, cultural anthropology, and ethnography. [continue reading]
Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch is the first survey of quilt-based works by the New York-based interdisciplinary artist. The solo show features nearly fifty quilt-based works by the artist that seamlessly weave American history into a broader context of global traditions and styles. [continue reading]
Elena del Rivero: Home Address is a multi-platform installation of nineteen flags designed and suspended across the United States to commemorate the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment, which legislated women’s right to vote in the United States. Del Rivero’s multiples, emblazoned with a common abstract, geometric pattern also wear the stains of history in recognition of all whose rights were not protected by the landmark legislation—particularly women of color who continue to fight against racial discrimination in voting. [continue reading]