Her latest exhibition is spare, strange, intentional in its moves, and economical in its means.
For Mayer, the passage of time is imbued with a sense of melancholy, of something already lost to the past.
Spanning two galleries at Gordon Robichaux, Babirye’s commanding solo exhibition transforms discarded objects into queer guardians.
Gordon Robichaux has partnered with Post Present Medium to publish a series of silkscreened bandanas by Leilah Babirye, Matt Connors, Otis Houston Jr., Elisabeth Kley, Matt Paweski, and Tabboo!
William T. Wiley’s message is urgent, disquieting, and necessary to these addled, disjointed, the rich-get-richer times.
Garden is a sustained mind-meld between two artists’ aesthetic sensibilities, one clearly born from a long friendship grounded in loving, making, and sharing art over the course of 15 years.