NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society

Marwa Arsanios, Still From Have You Ever Killed A Bear? Or Becoming Jamila, 2013-2014. Courtesy of the artist and Mor Charpentier, Paris
Will Wilson (Diné), “Mexican Hat Disposal Cell, Navajo Nation (Connecting the Dots series),” 2020, drone-based digital photograph (triptych), ca. 44 x 110” total. Collection of the artist. From “Exposure: Native Art and Political Ecology” at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

A group exhibition at the Renaissance Society, Chicago. Co-curated with Karsten Lund and running from Sep 12-Nov 15, 2020.  You can download the digital catalogue here. Nine Lives takes shape around a set of protagonists, whether real or imagined, past or present, as if this exhibition were a… +

Erin Louise Gould at NO LAND

The following article was originally published in Artforum in March 2020.  Erin Louise Gould’s exhibition “All That I Have” presents three rooms of the artist’s studies of the Kentucky coffeetree, suggesting her affinity for, or perhaps metabolization of, her subject. These poem-like works include… +

Channeling the Nuances of Motherhood Into Art

This article was originally published by Hyperallergic in April 2020.  LAS CRUCES, NM — The inaugural exhibition at the University Art Museum at New Mexico State University focuses on motherhood in contemporary art and the curious nuances of labor — labor in birth, labor… +