Marcel Duchamp’s “The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even” provides a provocative foundation for an exhibition of female artists who riff on the liminal spaces between ideas and events.
Lee Ann Norman
Lee Ann Norman’s research and writing focuses on the relationships between politics and aesthetics, and art’s perceived cultural, social, and market value. Her writing has appeared in BOMB, Guernica, Artcritical.com, the Chicago Reader, Newcity, and the Brooklyn Rail, among others. Lee Ann earned the MFA in Art Criticism and Writing from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She is currently based in Chicago.
With Internet Comments and Colonial Imagery, an Artist Remixes Our Hybrid Identities
Larry Achiampong mixes pop culture, internet imagery, and historical iconography related to the African diaspora to craft images, videos, and installations that reflect the complexity of identity in today’s fluid, interconnected world.
Barkley L. Hendricks on “the Fucked-Up-Ness of American Culture”
Barkley L. Hendricks is well known for creating life-size oil paintings of mostly black American subjects from northeastern cities, but his practice involves much more than that.
Seeing the World from Nature’s Many Perspectives
Brooklyn-based artist Teresita Fernández is well known for using unconventional materials and creating large-scale sculptures and installations that draw our attention to visual perception.