A Memorial to Ice at the Dead Deer Disco does not demand political action from its audience. Instead, it allows viewers to sit within the stark reality of the present, and perhaps find some community within the shared reality that the space creates.
This exhibition is impressive in drawing connections between material goods and labor, creating beauty out of unconventional forms.
When you go to the Art of Banksy website it is immediately clear that Banksy himself had nothing to do with this traveling show.
The strength of Robert Freeman’s Black figures, even as they endure humiliation or violence, remains a prominent element in his vision.
Yto Barrada’s intent in this show is not to warn about environmental catastrophe so much as to explore where culture and the natural world meet.
The social message of Generations is powerful and clear: it is time to be AWAKE + OUTRAGED.
Viewers are invited to make what they will of the show’s images — to let their imaginations come up with their own expansive and beautiful stories.
At the ICA, artist Raúl de Nieves’s work is playful, joyful, and up for interpretation.
This wonderfully eclectic show is a post-pandemic invitation to forge new connections and open up fresh conversations.
“Figures of Speech” is a kind of aesthetic/political injection: its messages are put across by pieces that seamlessly blend a number of genres, including sculpture, music, graphics, and film.