Sculptor Margaret Wharton and painter Issy Wood are both open to the irrational currents flowing through our lives.
Garner confronts viewers with the unspeakable abuses perpetrated on the bodies — and subjectivities — of Black women.
Bonnie Lucas’s exhibition at JTT features surreal gouaches and playful assemblages that mess with the social conventions of girl- and womanhood.
Diane Simpson’s sculptures, which are made from planes she cuts and scores when she wants to curve them, always begin with a drawing.
MIAMI BEACH — The New Art Dealers Association (NADA) fair, currently in its 10th year, has established itself as something of a leading face for the “alternative” to the commercial excesses of Art Basel Miami and its orbit.