Houlihan hopes this work inspires visitors to think more critically about the information they consume and to realize their own agency as consumers.
An essayistic reflection on one film’s assembled iconography of modernness between architectural form and social habit.
Why do art museums show conceptual art? Certainly not because it has that density of visuality that requires the hand and eye of a master.
From group exhibitions to solo shows, our March picks showcase a range of materiality and reflect on cultural themes from music to immigration.
Sahagun strives to create a new mythology, including precolonial elements of Latinx culture and an emerging decolonial confrontation.
“Life is hell, all is well.” That cryptic ditty characterizes the watercolors that A.R. Ammons made.
The often whitewashed, homogenous image of Brazil is confronted by these black Brazilian artists with work that is stained with white elitism.
Through Mandalay’s process of doubling, he reflects both his skills as a painter and his ability to present the themes represented on the canvas.
The exhibition dreams up a different version of late-1900s mass cultural imagery, its pastel satin vision reconsiders the gendered images once offered to us.
The artists in this exhibition are carving their own space, asserting ownership and authorship of the female body by exploring the subject on their terms.