Sculpture inside and outside the institution.
Through layered symbolism—such as sticks and roots threading and pricking interconnecting bodies and mounds of earth—the Kano, Nigeria–born, Paris-trained, Antwerp-residing artist Otobong Nkanga works through the trauma of decolonization by probing links between Europe’s economic growth and the exploitation of African lands.
Found objects and fabrics.
Building a possible portrait of Chelsea Manning from DNA.
Blending objects with performance.
A historical survey of figurative sculpture.
Layering histories and identity.
An exhibition catalogue for Ellen Rothenberg’s elsetime.
“All the pieces … are an attempt to unite my mind again, to mend the rupture.”—Howardena Pindell
A collaboration between B. Ingrid Olson and Kate Zambreno.
A unique art catalogue mixes text with text.
The Thingliness of Things at the Hammer Museum.
Challenging the nature of things.
“I gave myself this education on my own eye and on my own instincts. I was trying to find a place of resonance.”
The artist talks about dismantling street advertisements and their infrastructure.
fiction + volume = sculpture
From a tragic shipwreck to an epic, collective political art project.
“Subversion is very basic to my work.”