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

#1: Cartagena #1: Cartagena

#1: Cartagena

Cartagena de Indias Atlántico, Colombia 02/07/2014 – 04/07/2014

Curators : Berta Sichel with co-curators Bisi Silva, Barbara Krulik, Paul Willemsen (International exhibition) and Miguel Gonzalez, Gabriela Rangel, Stephanie Rosenthal (Colombian artists exhibition) #1: Cartagena is an issue-oriented project with works spread throughout the historic district. #1: Cartagena reflects on the cultural traditions of the people, the history and the deep connections to the colonial past, as well

Curators : Berta Sichel with co-curators Bisi Silva, Barbara Krulik, Paul Willemsen (International exhibition) and Miguel Gonzalez, Gabriela Rangel, Stephanie Rosenthal (Colombian artists exhibition)     #1: Cartagena is an issue-oriented project with works spread throughout the historic district. #1: Cartagena reflects on the cultural traditions of the people, the history and the deep connections to the colonial past,