Sculpture

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Ree Morton: The Plant That Heals May Also Poison by Olivia Gauthier
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Rediscovering a “maverick” female artist from the seventies. 

Studio Visit: Sydney Shen by Danni Shen
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An artist’s index of the strange.

Rona Pondick Works: 2013–2018 by Jessica Holmes
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Sculptures that depict the body’s predicament. 

Studio Visit: Daniel Turner by Jeffrey Grunthaner
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Less is much more. 

Surface Information: Lucy Kim Interviewed by Leeza Meksin
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Reimagining the human body.

One Piece: Intrepida by Maria Guzmán Capron
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A feral, hyper-human female figure.

One Piece: America by Hugh Hayden
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The artist talks about an uninhabitable American Dream.

Unstable Solids: Diana Al-Hadid’s Delirious Matter by Rebecca Rose Cuomo
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Dialectics of mass and void.

Metaphors of Migration: Yinka Shonibare Interviewed  by Osman Can Yerebakan
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A public sculpture tries to grasp the wind.

Celebration and Critique: Diamond Stingily Interviewed by Lori DeGolyer
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Sculpture and installation that make memory present. 

Masks That Conceal and Reveal: Maxwell Deter Interviewed by Naomi Falk
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An artist’s collaboration with musicians.

Art, Politics, and Education: Adeela Suleman Interviewed by Rabia Ashfaque
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The changing art landscape of Pakistan.

Simultaneities: Beatriz Cortez Interviewed by Rafa Esparza
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Sculpture inside and outside the institution.

Otobong Nkanga’s To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again by Jason Foumberg
To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again

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.

Liking Difficulty: Nancy Shaver Interviewed by Ann Lauterbach
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Found objects and fabrics.

Privacy and Visibility: Heather Dewey-Hagborg Interviewed by Amelia Rina
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Building a possible portrait of Chelsea Manning from DNA.

Sculpture and Sound: Naama Tsabar Interviewed by Naomi Lev
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Blending objects with performance.

Life Like: Sculpture, Color, and the Body by Cynthia Eardley
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A historical survey of figurative sculpture.

Black Passages: Curtis Talwst Santiago Interviewed by Ayasha Guerin
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Layering histories and identity.

Keeping the Past Present: Shadowed! by Anne K. Yoder
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An exhibition catalogue for Ellen Rothenberg’s elsetime.

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