Her art pulls no punches about the impact of sexual violence, and critic Seph Rodney sits down with the artist to discuss her work.
Zoë Buckman’s Embroidered Texts Have the First-Person Immediacy of Internet Speech
There is both vulnerability and strength in Buckman’s texts and bodily forms.
Hand-Copying the Constitution and Other Responses to Trump
Oh, What a World! What a World! brings together a diverse range of artists’ reactions to the anxiety gripping the nation.
A Bright Neon Uterus Fights for Attention on the Sunset Strip
In Los Angeles, a 9-foot uterus capped with boxing glove ovaries rotates on a three-story pole outside The Standard hotel.
An International Exhibition Imagines an Intersectional Future
The pieces in Transparency Shade build the aesthetics of a hybrid world, where identities are blurred and cultural or racial dichotomies dissolved.
A Sports-Inspired Exhibit That’s Not Quite a Slam Dunk
March Madness at Fort Gansevoort cleverly presents the appurtenances of sports: the equipment, trophies, and objects that adorn athletic bodies.
Feminist Sculptures That Don’t Pull Punches
Zoe Buckman takes issue with the voice of command, teasing out how patriarchal authority permeates our ideas of femininity and the ways we deal with women’s bodies.