Mutu’s imposing sculptural characters magnify her decades-long collage practice as sites of cultural, psychological, and sociopolitical transformation.
Catherine Yang is a freelance writer based in Brooklyn and Los Angeles. Since graduating from the University of Southern California, she has worked in arts administration and communications for museums, galleries, auction houses, and artist studios. Find her on Instagram @cath_yang or visit her website catherineyang.me for more.
In Pursuit of Belonging
Mining the elusive nature of memory, Joeun Kim Aatchim reveals the urgent, universal desire to cling to the past despite its transience.
Seeing Robert Rauschenberg for the First Time, All Over Again
Rauschenberg gave artists an enormous sense of freedom and permission to create anything they could dream of, so long as they were earnest in their ideas and execution.
Cindy Ji Hye Kim Mines the Dark Recesses of Memory
In Kim’s art, peculiar characters may be skulking out of sight, shrouded in shadow, forever forgotten in bygone dreams, or inscrutable in the recesses of her memory.