Robust, voluptuous, and sexually frank, the works in Tête-à-Tête showcase Caland’s outré sense of humor and vivacity.
Divided into geographical chapters, Faces and Places catalogs the artist’s desire for constant change, be it physical or ideological.
LOS ANGELES — What does it mean to be an LA artist? This is the question that curators Aram Moshayedi and Hamza Walker came up against when organizing the Hammer Museum’s third Los Angeles Biennial, Made in LA 2016.
For the last four decades, artist Huguette Caland has largely languished in obscurity.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — It might be hard to imagine that only a few decades ago the conventional history of modern art was overwhelmingly Eurocentric, but when I was in college in the 1990s the realms of art history still felt geographically suffocating.