Curated by Berta Sichel with Patricia Capa, this group exhibition centered on the Amazonian rainforest, its native societies, and ecologies is on view in NYC.
The multisensory solo exhibition of new works by the Canadian visual artist includes sculpted ceramics and life-sized automatons. On view in NYC.
Works from every phase of Butterfield’s career, from her most recent wildfire sculptures to rarely exhibited pieces, are on view in Northern California.
Featuring two decades of interdisciplinary art along with new work created in response to the ongoing Women’s Rights Movement in Iran, the exhibition is on view in Hartford, Connecticut.
The John Michael Kohler Arts Center exhibition features a life-size diorama sheltering Piccinini’s sculptures of new Earth-dwelling species.
New acquisitions and visitor favorites at SAAM examine the explosion of possibility in US art between the 1940s and today.
The exhibition explores Native American and colonial history through work by contemporary Lenape artists, including beadwork, paintings, and an installation of a Big House Post.
Seeing Race Before Race explores early expressions of race in medieval and early modern Europe. On view in Chicago, admission is free.
Jacolby Satterwhite: Spirits Roaming on the Earth is on view this fall at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s SAIC Galleries.
More than 130 works by influential American Impressionists are on view in a special exhibition at the historic Gramercy Park club in NYC. Admission is free.
New fiber works by the multi-media Afro-Caribbean American artist explore identity through marginalized individuals who represent her community.
Artists in this group show consider symbiotic relationships and a common fate with our more-than-human family. On view in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.