Informed by African American history and traditions, Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch displays a survey of quilt-based works.
Twisted is the first solo museum exhibition in New York Lynn Hershman Leeson, representing over fifty years of her interdisciplinary and groundbreaking work.
An online exhibition of work by Lead Pencil Studio explores the collective’s emerging aesthetic of structures hovering at the edge of visual perception and structural possibility.
LaToya Ruby Frazier chronicles the lives of workers at the General Motors plant in Lordstown, Ohio.
Remai Modern in Canada presents Postcommodity’s most significant museum exhibition to date.
Dread Scott’s New Orleans reenactment of the Slave Rebellion of 1811 comes to New York in a gallery exhibition.
This exhibition will bring together Lynn Hershman Leeson’s work in drawing, sculpture, video, and photography, along with interactive and net-based works, focusing on themes of transmutation, identity construction, and the evolution of the cyborg.