Kapwani Kiwanga invites viewers to look with only the quiet glow of natural light seeping in through the skylights, illuminating a nuanced way of seeing race.
Zoë Hopkins studies Art History and African American Studies at Harvard University. Her writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail and Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art.
The Frenzied Cacophony of Adam Pendleton
For the artist, history doesn’t simply settle for repeating itself but jolts forward, stammers, pauses for breath, weaves around itself.
In Swirling Canvases, Gareth Nyandoro Expresses the Rhythms of Labor
Teeming with energy, Nyandoro’s works express a disquieting otherworldliness, suspended at the fragile cusp between reality and dreams.
Precious Okoyomon Envelops Us in the Textures of Black Mourning
At Performance Space New York, Okoyomon enables a sense of communion amid unrelenting loss.