He embraced the uncertainty of his environs, knowingly erecting his assemblage sculptures in areas subject to police raids.
Irini Zervas is an art historian, curator, and copyeditor interested in photographic modernism, Surrealism, and gender. She has contributed to exhibitions at the Hunter College Art Galleries and the National Gallery of Art and is currently the Development and Communications Coordinator at the Foundation for Contemporary Arts.
The Divine Message That Made Bispo do Rosario Into an Artist
The Afro-Brazilian artist created over 1,000 works from the confines of a mental institution. Dozens of them are on view in New York City for the first time.
Painting the Extreme Intimacy Between a Mother and Her Infant Child
In Madeline Donahue’s first solo exhibition, Attachments, the relationship between a mother and child threatens to subsume each individual into one being.