Don’t miss the closing days of YOU’VE COME A LONG WAY, BABY—THE SAPPHIRE SHOW, a reimagining of a landmark 1970 Los Angeles group exhibition featuring the work of Gloria Bohanon, Yvonne Cole Meo, Suzanne Jackson, Eileen Nelson (formerly Eileen Abdulrashid). Senga Nengudi (formerly Sue Irons), and Betye Saar.
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Through July 31.
9 White Street, New York City.
You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby: The Sapphire Show, Ortuzar Projects, New York, June 8, 2021–July 31, 2021, from top: Gloria Bohanon, Lady Muse #3 Goin to Kansas City, circa 1990; Gloria Bohanon, Rio on My Mind (Corcovado, Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars), circa 1970; Betye Saar, Taurus, 1967; Betye Saar, Rainbow Mojo, 1972; Eileen Nelson, Wood City, 1970s; Eileen Nelson, Grand Canyon, 1994; Suzanne Jackson, Sapphire & Tunis, 2010–2011; Suzanne Jackson, Rag-to-Wobble, 2020; Senga Nengudi, Study for “Mesh Mirage,” 1977; Senga Nengudi, Untitled Water Composition, 1969–70/2021; Yvonne Cole Meo, Generations, 1993; Yvonne Cole Meo, Status Quo, circa 1965. Images courtesy and © the artists, their estates, and Ortuzar Projects.