Last week marked the online debut of Quiet Before: Unearthing Anti-Asian Violence, a six-part series of online programming organized by Nancy Bulalacao and presented by Womankind, The 1882 Foundation, Eaton Workshop, and Honolulu Theatre for Youth and Smithsonian Asian Pacific
This week, join Okwui Okpokwasili and Massimiliano Gioni in conversation, where they will discuss—among other things—the artist’s remarkable installation Poor People’s TV Room (Solo), 2017, part of the New Museum exhibition Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America.
Utilizing clay, caulk, oil, and ash on canvas—as well as bronze in her sculpting practice—Gianna Dispenza presents several series of new work at Charles Moffett in lower Manhattan. Inspired by the Hampstead Heath Ladies Pond in London, works such as Summer,
The French have the [French Cinema Center, which] gives subsidies—grants to help people get along to get their films done. I wrote a story that was flattering to the French psyche about an American GI who comes to France, but
On the occasion of Frieze New York 2021—May 5 through May 9—Tiona Nekkia McClodden presents a fundraising edition in support of Printed Matter / St Marks. The work is a screenprint of McClodden’s piece A.B. 2 BLANK, 2019, a restored leather