The gallery exhibited the works of Sable Elyse Smith, James Yaya Hough, and Diane Simpson, among other emerging and mid-career artists.
In a world delighted and entertained by displays of material excess, Diane Simpson shows that there is another possibility.
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.