Laura Wheeler Waring. Girl in Red Dress, circa 1935. More here, here, and here. Show at Columbia University through Feb 10, 2019.
Huda Lutfi. Discarded, 2012-13. Wall installation with newspaper, and bottle caps. More here, here, and here.
Sughra Raza. Self Portrait, OCT Lofts, Shenzhen, Nov 2018. Digital photograph.
Terry Winters. Patterns in A Chromatic Field, 2013. Oil on linen. More here, here, and here.
Martha Rosler. Semiotics of the Kitchen, 1975. Single-channel digital video, transferred from video tape, black-and-white, sound, 6 min., 9 sec. More here, here, and here. “Martha Rosler: Irrespective“ opening at The Jewish Museum Nov 2, 2018. Thanks to Jaffer Kolb.
Wifredo Lam. Annonciation de Aime Cesaire, 1982. Etching, and aquatint. More here, here, here, and here.
Sarah Lucas. Bunny gets Snookered, 1997. More here, here, and here. Current New Museum show in NYC.
Vicente Rojo. La Gran Marca, 1966. More here and here.
Naeem Mohaiemen. Forensic Architecture, 2017. Nominee for 2018 Turner Prize. Current show at Tate Britain. More here, here, and here.
Kasamatsu Shiro. In the Woods, 1955. Woodblock print. More here, and here.
Mariam Ghani. Fugitive Refrains, 2006. Fugitive Refrains was conceived and produced collaboratively with Butoh-trained dancer/choreographer Erin Ellen Kelly during a residency at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany. It was developed for, performed, and shot in six specific sites in the Solitude Rotwildpark forest and the historic Schloss Solitude in summer 2006, and premiered…
Simone Leigh. Anatomy of Architecture series for the High Line. More here, here, and here.
Howardena Pindell. Skowhegan Series, Wedding Duck for (N.+S.). More here, here, and current show at Boston ICA here.
Fujiko Nakaya. Fog x FLO at Arnold Arboretum, Boston, MA. August 2018. Digital photograph by Sughra Raza, August 21, 2018. More here, here, and here. Visit here.
Soufiane Ababri. Bed work, 2017-2018. Praz-Delavallade, Paris. Color pencil on paper. More here and here.
Paul Mpagi Sepuya. Figure _2010037, 2017;. Archival pigment print from Mirror Study series. More here, here, and here. Thanks to Hans Ulrich Obrist.
Kai Franz. Untitled Plopps No. 101 After a Stormy Night with an Open Window, 2014. Sculpture Materials: CNC-Code, CAM-Software, Plopper (Dual-Axis Precision Deposition System), Polyurethane, Pigment, Sand Dimensions: 34″ × 28″ × 5″ More here, here, and here.
Oscar Murillo. The Institute of Reconciliation, 2017. Installation, Palestine Museum, East Jerusalem. More here, here, and here.
Dewitt Godfrey. Lincoln, De Cordova Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA, 2012. 15 x 150 x 10 feet Cor-Ten steel, bolts More here, here, and here.
Ang Tsherin Sherpa. Untitled from the series: Golden Child/Black Clouds, 2013. White and yellow gold leaf, acrylic, alcohol ink, glitter, and silver pen on wood. More here, here, and here.