Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
No Man’s Land

No Man’s Land

Michele Abeles, Nina Chanel Abney, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, and more

Rubell Family Collection Miami, Florida, USA 12/02/2015 – 05/28/2016

No Man’s Land focuses on and celebrates work made by more than a hundred female artists of different generations, cultures and disciplines. These artists are represented by paintings, photographs, sculptures and video installations that entirely occupy the Foundation’s 28-gallery, 45,000-square-foot museum. Some galleries contain individual presentations while others present thematic groupings of artists. Several installations have

No Man’s Land focuses on and celebrates work made by more than a hundred female artists of different generations, cultures and disciplines. These artists are represented by paintings, photographs, sculptures and video installations that entirely occupy the Foundation’s 28-gallery, 45,000-square-foot museum. Some galleries contain individual presentations while others present thematic groupings of artists. Several installations have

Dredgers on the Rail

Dredgers on the Rail

Curated by Tyler Murphy

Freedman Fitzpatrick Los Angeles, California, USA 07/26/2015 – 09/05/2015

An encrusted pillar. A standing, lodged and vertical oak. Pierced through the body from above by a concrete column, entwined, locked and locking worlds together. Provoking the limits of a form, contort or melt to move through. A patch of undead chia, a feigned arability, retreating from or pushing into life. Distant landscapes point at

An encrusted pillar. A standing, lodged and vertical oak. Pierced through the body from above by a concrete column, entwined, locked and locking worlds together. Provoking the limits of a form, contort or melt to move through. A patch of undead chia, a feigned arability, retreating from or pushing into life. Distant landscapes point at