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Nothing Is Missed: Leonardo Drew Interviewed by Kennedy Yanko
A large wall installation consisting of larger and smaller pieces of wood, paint, and black garnet stones on paper.

Working through materials as an external and internal journey.

Nothing Is Missed: Leonardo Drew Interviewed by Kennedy Yanko
A large wall installation consisting of larger and smaller pieces of wood, paint, and black garnet stones on paper.

Working through materials as an external and internal journey.

Inclusive Family: Elliott Hundley Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
A large predominantly red collage consisting of oil stick, encaustic, paper, plastic, pins, photographs, fabric, foam and linen on panel.

Collages as characters.

Things Fall Apart: Gabriela Salazar Interviewed by Louis Bury
A cast of a window hung on the wall of a domestic interior titled, Low Relief for High Water, by Gabriela Salazar

Sculptures that investigate architectural forms.

Valuing the Discarded: Michael Mahalchick Interviewed by Elisabeth Kley
a collection of comical and grotesque masks affixed to the wall titled, Masks, by ​Michael Mahalchicki

Sculptures made with latex and found objects.

Embodying Interior Lives: Dawn Cerny Interviewed by Emily Zimmerman
A thin vertical sculpture consisting of silver and yellow bars titled, Screen from Leisure Activity Area at Eden Lake, by Dawn Cerny

Sculptures as actors, props, and sets.

Material Intelligence: Teresita Fernández Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
A large, brown, abstract wall work made with glazed ceramic tiles titled, Caribbean Cosmos, by Teresita Fernández

Artworks that challenge colonial narratives.

Reconciliation and Remediation: Shervone Neckles Interviewed by Danni Shen
A sculpture of the outline of a large illuminated lightbulb framed by wood titled, BEACON, by Shervone Neckles

Community-based installations that aim to build on different futures.

Collapsing Interior and Exterior: Cindy Ji Hye Kim Interviewed by Olivia Gauthier
A black and white painting of a skeleton and a brain titled, Capita: The Face and Its Name, by ​Cindy Ji Hye Kim

Paintings that depict the hidden body and mind.

Come to My Window by Jeanne Vaccaro
A person wearing a slayer baseball cap and facemark reaches through a window to touch a leg titled, Aimee Goguen at the window, by Jeanne Vaccaro

The aesthetics and erotics of boundaries and portals.

Mel Kendrick by Kiki Smith
Woodblock Carving Studio Image

Kendrick owns five chainsaws and calls his radical sculptural interventions a form of “anti-carpentry,” but he’s ultimately invested in revealing and repairing forms, thereby discovering new dimensions of wholeness.

Chris McKim’s Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker by Eugenie Dalland
Three buffaloes tumble off the side of a cliff.

Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker (World of Wonder) a documentary by Chris McKim, pays tribute David Wojnarowicz, capturing the care and ferocity of the AIDS activist and artist.

Fault Lines: Abigail DeVille Interviewed by Jane Ursula Harris
An image of three large-scale sculptural installations featuring a dome, trash cans, and vertical tubing titled, Brand New Heavies

Sculpture that investigates contradictory symbolism.

The Virtual and the Tangible: Auriea Harvey Interviewed by Charlotte Kent
A bronzed hand holding an eyeball against a background of flames titled, Stygian Hand, by Auriea Harvey

An artist at the forefront of new technologies.

Ajay Kurian by Shiv Kotecha
Flower-like mirrored sculpture painted in vibrant yellows, oranges, and reds.

The artist’s new sculptures evoke Rorschach-esque flowers and body parts, the threat of climate change, and life on another planet.

Word-Weapons: Cecilia Vicuña: Seehearing the Enlightened Failure Reviewed by Juan José Santos
An installation featuring thick red ropes dangling from the ceiling titled, Quipu menstrual (la sangre de los glaciares), Cecilia Vicuna

An important retrospective collects nearly one hundred artworks.

Public and Private Bodies: Jonathan Lyndon Chase Interviewed by Scott Turri
A colorful painting of two men talking on their smartphone titled, Pull the up down, by Jonathan Lyndon Chase

Paintings and sculpture that express strength and vulnerability.

Karyn Olivier by Michelle Lopez
Fairground tent with a single chair behind a wall covered in various cloths and clothing items. A passerby examines the tent.

At the heart of Olivier’s sculptural inquiry is the fate of our existing and future monuments. How can they teach, and change us?

Embodied Practice: Christine Howard Sandoval Interviewed by Louis Bury
A painting made of mud that depicts a building facade with arches titled, Arch--A Passage Formed By a Curve, by Christine Howard Sandoval

Art that addresses colonial legacies.

Tarik Kiswanson by Asiya Wadud
Young children in a performance holding hands, covering each other's eyes, and staring forward.

The artist and poet discusses his childhood as a first-generation Palestinian immigrant, the formation of selfhood in preadolescence, and the psychology of drifting.

Between Fragility and Strength: Barbara Earl Thomas Interviewed by Emily Zimmerman
An installation shot of a large flat vertical glass sculpture in a room illuminated with golden light titled, The Geography of Innocence, by Barbara Earl Thomas

Portraits intended to inspire.

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