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Huma Bhabha: They Live Huma Bhabha: They Live

Huma Bhabha: They Live

Huma Bhabha

Institute of Contemporary Art Boston Boston, Massachusetts, USA 03/23/2019 – 05/27/2019

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) presents Huma Bhabha: They Live, the largest survey of the artist’s work to date. Spanning over two decades of Bhabha’s work, this major exhibition features sculpture, drawing, and photography, and considers the artist’s engagement with the human figure. Best known for her sculptures, Bhabha uses a wide variety of

Installation view, Huma Bhabha: They Live, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, 2019. Photo by Charles Mayer Photography Installation view, Huma Bhabha: They Live, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, 2019. Photo by Charles Mayer Photography Installation view, Huma Bhabha: They Live, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, 2019. Photo by Charles Mayer Photography The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) presents

57th Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA 57th Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

57th Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

By Noah Simblist Carnegie Museum of Art 10/13/2018 – 03/25/2019

Passing for Beauty: Does an exhibition need to look political to be political? It begins with joy. Or, more precisely, “museum joy.” This is the aim that curator Ingrid Schaffner has articulated for the 57th Edition of the Carnegie International. It is emblazoned on the requisite tote bag and highlighted in The Guide, the first

Alex Da Corte, Rubber Pencil Devil, 2018, 57º Carnegie International. Foto: Tom Little. Cortesía del artista y Karma New York Aparentar belleza: ¿una exposición necesita parecer política para ser política? Comienza con alegría. O, más bien, “alegría del museo”. Éste es el objetivo que la curadora Ingrid Schaffner ha articulado para la 57º edición de Carnegie International.