Sughra Raza. “Living in the Mountain”, Yangshuo, China, January, 2020. Digital photograph.
Sughra Raza. “It’s a Shady World”, Boston, September, 2019. Digital photograph.
Leopold Blaschka and Rudolf Blaschka. Rotten Apples: Botanical Models of Diversity and Disease “… models of rotting apples infected with various fungi and bacteria. Also included are models of rotting and scabbing plums, pears, and apricots. The exhibition is part of Harvard’s Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants …” More here, here, and here.
Avery Singer. Untitled (Monday) 2017. Acrylic on canvas stretched over wood panel. More here, here, and here.
Martin Roth. “from may to june 2012 i grew grass on rugs in a castle”. ” …This state of in-between is central to his Persian rugs on which grass grows “on the ‘dust of history’.” They were inspired by philosopher Michel Foucault’s examination of “heterotopias,” spaces that both exist and do not exist. Since the…
Charles “Teenie” Harris. Girl Reading on Stack of Pittsburgh Courier Newspaper, 1940. In the current “Truthiness and News” exhibition at DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA. Silver gelatin print. Truthiness and the News explores the evidentiary role of photography, from the heyday of newsprint in the first half of the twentieth century to the current age of post-truth politics.…
Tavares Strachan. Untitled. 2014-15. Neon sculpture. More here, here, and here.
Damon Zucconi. A Cipher, 2019. Handwriting synthesis, 2d bin packing, UV curing ink on Alu-dibond. More here, and here. Current show.
Andi. Untitled. Jokgakarta, Indonesia. Batik art on fabric. Digital photograph by Sughra Raza.
Sughra Raza. Hydroglyphs with black fish, Ubud, Bali, 2019. Digital photograph.
Sughra Raza. Garden sculpture at Ullen Sentalu Museum, Jogjakarta, Indonesia. October, 2019. Digital photograph.
Sughra Raza. Power in The Sky. Digital photograph, Porto Alegre, 2014.
Aliza Nisenbaum. The History Lesson, 2017. ” … depicting Carmen and José, second-generation American citizens in Queens. Framing the painting are images from a 1950s-era Mexican coloring book.” Oil on linen. More here, here, and here.
Agnes Denes. Model for Teardrop—Monument to Being Earthbound. The Shed, New York, October 2019 – March 2020. “The artist’s original Teardrop depicted a monumental teardrop-shaped sculpture “levitat[ing] above the center of the base afloat on an elastic cushion of magnetic flux.” Impossible then and now, a scale version magically floats on a table top in the middle…
Cecilia Vicuña. Quipu Womb (The Story of the Red Thread, Athens), 2017. Dyed wool; Documenta 14. More here, here, and here.
Artists: Lachaolasie (Latch) Akesuk, Parr Josephee (formerly Etidloie), Aoudi Qinnayuaq, Cie Taqiasuk, Julieta Arias, Moises Frank Piliriqatigiingniq Mural Project, June 29 – July 21, 2015. Toronto, ON, Canada. More here and here.
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…