Ja’Tovia Gary unleashes an arsenal of techniques and materials to explore the creative virtuosity of Black femme performance figures while interrogating the histories of those bodies as spaces of commodified production.
Tufts University Art Gallery presents a comprehensive look at how artists have addressed the criminal justice system with work by Jamal Cyrus, Maria Gaspar, Suzanne Lacy, Shaun Leonardo, Laurie Jo Reynolds, Gregory Sale, Dread Scott, and Sable Elyse Smith.
Carolina Caycedo’s sculptures, Cosmotarrayas, assembled with objects collected during her field research in river communities affected by the privatization of waterways, are on view at ICA Boston.
Creative Capital Awardee Elissa Blount Moorhead teams up with Bradford Young for a four-channel film and installation on labor and care by black healers through history.
Cassils joins this group exhibition focusing on clay as an emerging medium in contemporary art.
Anne Patterson’s Pathless Woods invites the visitor to leave the reality of the museum and enters into another—a constructed synesthetic experience where the senses are encouraged to overlap.