Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Hólǫ́—it xistz

Hólǫ́—it xistz

Eric-Paul Riege

ICA Miami Miami, Florida, USA 05/18/2019 – 11/03/2019

Eric Paul Riege: Hólǫ́—it xistz is the first institutional exhibition dedicated to the work of the emerging Navajo artist. Activating the long-held Navajo tradition of weaving and drawing from the mythical stories that are bound to this tradition, Riege generates stories through woven wearables, looms, thread, ephemeral architectures, and durational performances. Riege’s work also celebrates,

Eric-Paul Riege, study 2 for Hólǫ́—it xistz (2018). Digital collage. Courtesy the artist Eric-Paul Riege, Hólǫ́—it xistz (2019). Installation view. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio Eric-Paul Riege, Hólǫ́—it xistz (2019). Installation view. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio Eric Paul Riege: Hólǫ́—it xistz is the first institutional exhibition dedicated to the work of the emerging Navajo artist. Activating the

Royal Flush Royal Flush

Royal Flush

Nina Chanel Abney

Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Los Angeles, California, USA 09/23/2018 – 01/20/2019

Nina Chanel Abney (b. 1982) is at the forefront of a generation of artists that is unapologetically revitalizing narrative figurative painting. As a skillful storyteller, she visually articulates the complex social dynamics of contemporary urban life. Royal Flush, her first solo museum exhibition, presents a ten-year survey of the artist’s paintings, watercolors, and collages. Abney’s

Nina Chanel Abney, Catfish (2017). Unique ultrachrome pigmented print, acrylic, and spray paint on canvas, 102 × 216 inches (259.08 × 548.64 cm). Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, New York. Image courtesy of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Photo by Peter Paul Geoffrion. © Nina Chanel Abney Nina

I Don’t Wanna Wait For Our Lives To Be Over I Don’t Wanna Wait For Our Lives To Be Over

I Don’t Wanna Wait For Our Lives To Be Over

Manuel Solano

ICA Miami Miami, Florida, USA 11/01/2018 – 04/14/2019

I Don’t Wanna Wait for Our Lives to Be Over marks the first solo museum exhibition in the United States for Manuel Solano. Working across mediums, Solano explores issues of identity and its formation by drawing from their personal life, memories, and popular culture. That art and images are central to the construction of our

Manuel Solano, In the Metro or She’s Not Pretty (2018). Acrylic on canvas. Courtesy the artist and Efrain Lopez Gallery, Chicago Claudia Lozano, Chico (2018). Digital photograph. Courtesy the artist Manuel Solano, Claudia (2018). Acrylic on canvas. Courtesy the artist and Efrain Lopez Gallery, Chicago I Don’t Wanna Wait for Our Lives to Be Over marks