Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
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

Histórias afro-atlânticas Histórias afro-atlânticas

Histórias afro-atlânticas

Group show

Instituto Tomie Ohtake & Museu de Arte de São Paulo São Paulo, Brazil 06/28/2018 – 10/21/2018

More than 400 works, over five centuries of production, from around 210 artists from Brazil and abroad, from various contexts and times, occupy both institutions. At Instituto Tomie Ohtake, two exhibition rooms will be occupied, while at MASP all the temporary exhibition spaces will be dedicated to the show. Among the participating artists there are

Group show. Exhibition view of Histórias afro-atlânticas at Museu de Arte de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 2018. Courtesy of MASP and Instituto Tomie Ohtake Group show. Exhibition view of Histórias afro-atlânticas at Museu de Arte de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 2018. Courtesy of MASP and Instituto Tomie Ohtake Group show. Exhibition view of Histórias afro-atlânticas at Museu de Arte de

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