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Ernesto Burgos: Implications

The sweeping gestures of Ernesto Burgos’ work exist almost as an affront to gravity. The sculptures rest in a natural state of tension—formed through the Read More »

Collected Views: I Am Here

In this moment with heightened emphasis on place, regulations surrounding borders, and those situated inside and outside of them, this exhibition considers the landscape. Landscape Read More »

Hot Spots: Radioactivity and the Landscape

  Hot Spots is a multi-media exhibition investigating the production of radioactive waste and its long-term effects on the environment and its inhabitants. The exhibition Read More »

Kambui Olujimi: Zulu Time

Kambui Olujimi is a Brooklyn native whose multi-disciplinary practice calls attention to the assumptions that underlie our understanding of the world at large. In Kambui Olujimi: Read More »

BRACHA: Pietà – Eurydice – Medusa

BRACHA: Pietà – Eurydice – Medusa is the largest comprehensive solo museum exhibition of Bracha’s work in the United States, featuring a range of works spanning Read More »

Claire Falkenstein: Time Elements

Claire Falkenstein: Time Elements explores the experimental yet enduring works of American artist Claire Falkenstein (1908-1997). Primarily known for her sculptures of tangled webs composed of Read More »

SCREEN Projects: virocode: No Plan for the Future

Search for the Hashtag #noplanforthefuture and images of donuts spewing jelly, melted ice cream, and splattered pies will fill your feed. These small tragedies are Read More »

SCREEN Projects: J. Eric Simpson

Bow, 2017 J. Eric Simpson grew up in the conservative region of West Texas, which has influenced his artistic practice greatly—one that focuses on the Read More »

SCREEN Projects: Sharif Waked

Based in Israel, Sharif Waked (b. 1964) is a contemporary artist whose video works repurpose and subvert the tropes of representing Arab people. His video Read More »