Nancy Buchanan, Marcia Hafif, and Barbara T. Smith shared studio and exhibition spaces, babysat each other’s children, and took part in one another’s avant-garde work.
Saar makes work that engages the body and the spirit, work that she hopes audiences will find a way to connect with.
As the MexiCali Biennial comes to a close, artists, scholars, and educators will contemplate the myth of Calafia and “the indigenous land that diverse groups now share.”
The MexiCali Biennial highlights the legacies of colonization along the US and Mexico border.
A stunning exhibition of Sara Kathryn Arledge makes a strong case for her as an overlooked artist deserving reevaluation and rediscovery.