Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
ground

ground

Matthew Schrader

Radical Abacus Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA 06/02/2017 – 07/02/2017

Curated by John McKissick Work and shock and floor: the infrastructure of flows might carry and problematize a schema for installation and composition. As conductive paths model charged unity and the conditions of entropic asymmetry that make cohesiveness possible. Staking the whole construction to an outside, dependent on earthen disparity, a sink for stray voltage. Exteriority, analogy

Installation view. Matthew Schrader, ground, 2017. Courtesy of Radical Abacus, Santa Fe. Untitled (I passed into the social space), 2017. Photograph. Courtesy of Radical Abacus, Santa Fe Untitled (or solid particles, that form a residue or sediment or land of a specified kind or an area of enclosed land surrounding a house or building or get

Fathoms

Fathoms

Curated by John McKissick

Radical Abacus Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA 07/08/2016 – 08/14/2016

Motives, form, canvas, sublimation, ink, abandon, apostrophe, oils, contemplation, transfer, projection, filament, reversal, acrylic, irony, coils, conversation, trauma, panel, gesture, hair, linen, synecdoche, mesh, costume, petals, desert… Fathoms are depths of substance and distances of comprehension reached at the body’s intrinsic limit. Provoking the abyss between the artist and her working surface, the paintings in Fathoms gauge the phantom dimensions among

Motives, form, canvas, sublimation, ink, abandon, apostrophe, oils, contemplation, transfer, projection, filament, reversal, acrylic, irony, coils, conversation, trauma, panel, gesture, hair, linen, synecdoche, mesh, costume, petals, desert… Fathoms are depths of substance and distances of comprehension reached at the body’s intrinsic limit. Provoking the abyss between the artist and her working surface, the paintings in Fathoms gauge the phantom dimensions among

Looking Forward Looking Back

Looking Forward Looking Back

Curated by Merry Scully

New Mexico Museum of Art Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA 09/11/2015 – 01/17/2016

This exhibition looks back at historic works by significant women artists from the Museum of Art collection while looking forward at new projects by contemporary women artists. The historic works from the collection include Eleanor Antin’s 100 Boot postcards, a 1967 drawing by Eva Hesse, Beatrice Wood drawings from the 1920s, a selection of photographs

This exhibition looks back at historic works by significant women artists from the Museum of Art collection while looking forward at new projects by contemporary women artists. The historic works from the collection include Eleanor Antin’s 100 Boot postcards, a 1967 drawing by Eva Hesse, Beatrice Wood drawings from the 1920s, a selection of photographs