Spanning half a century, this retrospective reveals Denes’s art to be so forward-looking that some of it remains ahead of its time even today.
Motohide Takami’s images locate the exact distance at which you can contemplate tragedy yet remain untouched by its damage.
Michael Wang’s installation resembles an assisted living facility for plants.
Adrienne Adar’s attention to botanical sentience seeks to decenter human perspectives on non-human entities.
Whether objects are considered trash or treasure depends on how we care for and arrange them.
If white often symbolizes innocence and purity, Dang’s pervasive use of the color gives her tropical tableau a ghostly, washed-out feel.
The Buoyant Ecologies Float Lab evidences the importance of the artistic imagination for developing an architecture adequate to the planet’s climate future.
Kong’s background as a recent Chinese immigrant and, especially, a former investigative reporter help account for the exhibition’s methods and mood.
Hamilton’s immersive installation allows visitors to wrestle with a mysterious land, its racial realities, and its mythic past.
The painter’s depiction of breezy palm trees and picturesque mountain ranges contain eccentric, discordant details.
The artist imagines a future in which an Antarctic ice sheet has broken, resulting in a catastrophic sea-level rise.
The gallery NURTUREart has been transformed into a government bureau to help citizens negotiate climate change’s psychological and logistical challenges.