The possibilities of museum access.
An entanglement with various modes of knowledge production.
Making and unmaking idols.
Working between mediums.
BOMB Gala & Auction: Last Call
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BOMB’s 38th Anniversary was held at Capitale on April 30, 2019, honoring Sam Gilliam, Adam Pendleton, and Donna De Salvo. Toasters Jay Sanders, Adrienne Edwards, and Jonathan Binstock delivered moving tributes to the honorees. BOMB ended the evening by saluting Agnes Gund, Catherine Gund, and Helena Huang of the Art for Justice Fund. A special thank you to co-chairs, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Fairfax Dorn & Marc Glimcher, David Kordansky, and Eva Presenhuber, as well as honorary chairs, Anna Deavere Smith, Lowery Stokes Sims, and Lynne Tillman.
Painting that boils down shapes.
Work that illustrates how margins and centers interact.
Awash in melancholy.
Public art addressing the trauma of sexual violence.
“I was motivated to pursue a way to change the conditions that were causing Black artists I interfaced with every day to say, ‘They won’t let us, they won’t let us, they won’t let us.’ I got tired of hearing that, and I said, ‘Fuck them! Let’s start a gallery!’ So that’s how JAM got started. It was never about being included.”
—Linda Goode Bryant, “Recollections, Linda Goode Bryant” in Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power
Textile works that investigate guilt, spirituality, and the future.
On stage and in the studio, Kwak (aka Xina Xurner) summons bodies, objects, and energies that flourish at the “seams of the illusions of fixed identity.”
Recontextualizing “bad objects.”
A new series of photographs tracks the Underground Railroad.
Painting pre- and post-human figures.
Presenting a canon of net art.