“Made in USA / Some Parts Imported” at Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York
On View: July 3 – August 9, 2015
Curated by Naomi Reis with Heidi Lau
Featuring: Nicole Awai, Jenny Cho, Ignacio González-Lang, Christopher K. Ho, Daisuke Kiyomiya, Heidi Lau, Esperanza Mayobre, Mónica Palma Narváez, Armita Raafat, Arthur Simms
All images court...Read More
"We know it's an absurd question. We know it’s an offensive question. We are facing absurd times and dealing with deeply offensive phenomena... On the other hand, “Are black people citizens?” is a literal, logical question. In fact, many of us heard a great workshop on the history behind this question. But we are not in a literal, logical mo...Read More
The documentary tradition of photography dates back to the origin of the medium. Photographers as far back as Lewis Hine and Jacob August Riis have used this tradition to participate in conversations about the pressing issues of their time. And today, even as the role of photographer continues to evolve and democratize itself, there are still a number...Read More
To know where you're going, you have to know from where you've come.
I had the pleasure of previewing the "America is Hard to See" exhibit this past weekend at the Whitney Museum of American Art's new space, and it was a breath of fresh air.
The Whitney has been closed since October 2014 for its relocation to the Renzo Piano-designed b...Read More
“Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin and Bones, 20 Years of Drawing” is an extensive survey of Hancock’s works on paper, which include drawings and collages influenced by graphic novels, cartoons, comics, literature, film, music and religion. The dynamic exhibition includes multi-media installations with drawings/text on the walls, experimental drawin...Read More
We visited the DC Moore Gallery recently to view the exhibition, Whitfield Lovell: Distant Relations, Selections from the Kin Series. During our visit we had the pleasure to meet with the gallery’s director, Heidi Lange, who walked us through the exhibition and a history of Whitfield’s work.
The exhibition addresses our collective memory of the...Read More
Lamar Peterson’s 11th solo show, Weekend Gardener at Fredericks & Freiser’s gallery in New York City. He continues his painting style of bright, jovial color cartoon-like characters in suburban settings. The characters often misled the viewer on first glance, but after further study show darker truths. Coupled with symbolic imagery these figur...Read More