Maria Thereza Alves. Seeds of Change: New York – A Botany of Colonization; 2019. More here, here, and here. Thanks Bringing this interesting project to my attention, Bunny Harvey! 🙂
Robert Freeman. Abundant Life, 2019. Oil on canvas. More here and here. Thanks to Laura Weinstein for connecting us!
Wilmer Wilson IV. From My Paper Bag Colored Heart, 2012. Performance still. More here, here, and here.
Janet Cardiff. Forty Part Motet, 2001. “While listening to a concert you are normally seated in front of the choir, in traditional audience position. With this piece I want the audience to be able to experience a piece of music from the viewpoint of the singers. Every performer hears a unique mix of the piece…
Neo Matloga. Unknown Title. 2018. More here and here. Currently showing at Zeitz Museum, Cape Town.
Mohau Modisakeng. Inzilo 2013, still from video. More here, here, and here.
Mrinalini Mukherjee. Devi, 1982. More here, here, and current show at Met Breuer.
Nobuo Sekine. Phase of Nothingness, 1969-70. More here and here.
Leonardo Da Vinci. St. Jerome Praying in The Wilderness, begun Ca. 1482; unfinished. “…The painting shows St. Jerome at prayer at the end of his life, a hermit in the wilderness, alone save for his lion companion—a common Renaissance subject. And yet it stands alone in its deeply moving, intimate depiction of the penitent saint…
Diedrick Brackens. Immersion Circle, from the exhibition “Unholy Ghosts”, Los Angeles, 2019. More here, here, and here. Current show at the New Museum.
Sughra Raza. For Pride’s Sake. January 2017, Guangzho. Digital photograph.
Sughra Raza. “Steep-le-chase!”; June, 2019, Rwanda. Digital photograph.
Bonfils Ngabonziza. Ngabo Seven, 2018. More here and here.
Sughra Raza. Mid-day Still. Chitwan Forest, Nepal, 2017. Digital photograph.
Sughra Raza. Wabi-sabi. Botswana, 2015. Digital photograph.
Huma Bhabha. Carriage, 2014. Clay, wood, cork, wire, styrofoam, leaf, paper, oilstick, acrylic paint. More here, here, and here. Current show at ICA, Boston.
Camille Hoffman. Here We Land. 2019. “The current migration crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border factors heavily into Camille Hoffman’s work. The artist created collages from leaked photos from the border with images of America’s lush natural landscape. These collages are part of the exhibition ‘Here We Land,’ on view at Wave Hill through July 14.”…
Sughra Raza. Enlightened, April, 2019. Digital photograph.
Alexander von Humboldt. Naturgemalde, 1799-1804. May 6, 2019 is the 160th death anniversary of this most brilliant, courageous, and avant garde human being. More here, here, here, and here.
Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, 1922- April 20, 2019. In Memoriam. From the exhibition titled Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian: Infinite Possibility. Mirror Works and Drawings 1974–2014, at the Guggenheim, NY, 2015. More here, here, and here. With a special note of solidarity to Zara Houshmand.