MCA Chicago surveys ten years of Carolina Caceydo’s work, made with riverside communities impacted by large-scale infrastructure projects.
ICA Philadelphia presents a survey of work by Jessica Vaughn considering work culture, modular architecture and the marginalized workers who have been rendered invisible within these workspaces.
An exhibition curated by Legacy Russell shows work by artists, using the Black vernacular term lean to provoke intimacy, collaboration, intergenerational, and international conviviality.
Artists, including Garrett Bradley, Jennie C. Jones, Simone Leigh, Okwui Okpokwasili, and Sable Elyse Smith who have addressed the concept of loss as a response to the national emergency of racist violence experienced by Black communities.
El Museo’s 2020/2021 triennial exhibition includes Juan Chavez Williams, María Gaspar, Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski, Carolina Caycedo, and Sandy Rodriguez.
Jen Bervin draws on the poetic tensions of text and textile, inviting viewers to reflect on language as a material and technology for intimate forms of connection.