Sculpture

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Reconciliation and Remediation: Shervone Neckles Interviewed by Danni Shen
Beacon Shervone Neckles1

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

Reconciliation and Remediation: Shervone Neckles Interviewed by Danni Shen
Beacon Shervone Neckles1

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

Collapsing Interior and Exterior: Cindy Ji Hye Kim Interviewed by Olivia Gauthier
Capita The Face And Its Name Cindy Ji Hye Kim1

Paintings that depict the hidden body and mind.

Come to My Window by Jeanne Vaccaro
Aimee Goguen Vaccaro1

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
Wojnarowicz 1988 89 Untitled Falling Buffalo

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
Brand New Heavies Abigail Deville1

Sculpture that investigates contradictory symbolism.

The Virtual and the Tangible: Auriea Harvey Interviewed by Charlotte Kent
Stygian Hand Auriea Harvey1

An artist at the forefront of new technologies.

Ajay Kurian by Shiv Kotecha
Wansui

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
Quipu Menstrual Cecilia Vicuna1

An important retrospective collects nearly one hundred artworks.

Public and Private Bodies: Jonathan Lyndon Chase Interviewed by Scott Turri
Pull The Up Down Jonathan Lyndon Chase1

Paintings and sculpture that express strength and vulnerability.

Karyn Olivier by Michelle Lopez
Fortified 02

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
Arch Christine Howard Sandoval1 Final

Art that addresses colonial legacies.

Tarik Kiswanson by Asiya Wadud
Still from Tarik Kiswanson's AS DEEP AS I COULD REMEMBER, AS FAR AS I COULD SEE

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
Geography Of Innocence Barbara Earl Thomas1

Portraits intended to inspire.

Entanglements Across Time and Space: Rachelle Dang Interviewed by Louis Bury
Seed Box Trees Of New York Rachelle Dang1

Installations that reframe colonial perspectives.

Material Stamina: Bat-Ami Rivlin Interviewed by Roni Aviv
Inflatable Kayak Bat Ami Rivlin1

Opening objects to their material agency.

Mining the Underground: Nicolas Sassoon Interviewed by Alison Sinkewicz
The Prophets Kaolea Nicolas Sassoon1

Combining the sculptural and the digital.

Speaking Beyond Language: Lin May Saeed Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
Hammer Marshes Lin May Saeed1

Depicting animals and their liberation.

The Bakery: Fawn Krieger Interviewed by Nina Katchadourian
Experiment In Resistance 90 Fawn Krieger1

Clay and concrete converge through rupture, displacement, and fusion.

Igniting the Relational: Youmna Chlala Interviewed by Mónica de la Torre​
She Holds The Wind In A Bag Youmna Chlala1

The language and objects of collective dreaming.

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