Sibande’s work renders the history and stereotypes endured by Black women in South Africa while simultaneously rethinking their past, present and future.
Each artist’s attempt to process and wrestle with their trauma or loss gives viewers the opportunity to confront their own.
It is in this interplay between disciplines, between science and art, between truth and fiction, psychology and neuroscience, that Balara and Gonzales suggest the mutual capacity of art to transform all those involved in receiving it.
Gates challenges the viewer to understand the value of that inventory.
Like the first brace of Chicago wind on an uncovered face in June, the air, joy and freedom in Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze’s new exhibition at Mariane Ibrahim is palpable.
“Mustn’t Touch” is a much needed retrospective of this underrepresented artist.
“It’s only in painting that you can do everything you want.”
Time is the ultimate measure of productivity and yet Ferry toys with our sense of time well-spent.
Kahlo’s art has become the iconic stuff of folklore.