Michael Rakowitz’s first exhibition in Los Angeles brings together a selection of projects created over the last fifteen years.
An exhibition of sculpture, video, and film by Cauleen Smith cultivates a spirit of generosity, hospitality, and selflessness, and proposes a new rule for a better world.
Eileen Myles experiments with social media and poetry in a visual art exhibition in New York City.
Lorraine O’Grady confronts the segregated art world in this exhibition at Svannah College of Art and Design.
Zach Blas’s new installation Sanctum in Madrid probes the correlations of digital exposure and control, of belief and desire.
María Elena González presents Tree Talk, a work 10 years in the converting birch tree bark into player piano rolls.
Sanford Biggers encourages dialogue around history and trauma in the US in his solo exhibition at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Chris E. Vargas reimagines how queer and trans experiences are represented in his Creative Capital project on view at the New Museum.