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Melissa Brown, "Zoom," 2020, flashe, acrylic, and oil on Dibond, 34 x 34 inches, courtesy of Derek Eller Gallery.
Nick Irzyk, "Baroque Promise," 2020, oil on canvas, 58 x 46 x 1.75 inches, courtesy of the artist.
Azikiwe Mohammed, "1947, 2020, 1905.," 2021, embroidered tapestry, 30 x 25 inches, courtesy of the artist.
Renée Green, "Lonely and Absolute Salvation," 2020, silkscreen on paper, edition 1 of 3 + 3 AP, courtesy of Bortolami Gallery.
Scott Whipkey, "The New York Times," 2009, pencil on paper (in 3 parts), edition X/X, 26 x 124 x 2 inches, courtesy of the artist.
Melissa Brown, "Zoom," 2020, flashe, acrylic, and oil on Dibond, 34 x 34 inches, courtesy of Derek Eller Gallery.
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Mana Contemporary Presents: 44 Signs of the Times

By Eunice Chan

May 20, 2021

Mana Contemporary announces “44 Signs of the Times,” a group exhibition guest curated by Owen Duffy, director of the Yeh Art Gallery at St. John’s University. On view from through July 23, the show features 44 works from 26 artists and one artist duo, each functioning as a sign of the recent state of our world.

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Azikiwe Mohammed, "1947, 2020, 1905.," 2021, embroidered tapestry, 30 x 25 inches, courtesy of the artist.

“This exhibition does not aspire to offer a diagnosis of what ails the times or a prescriptive cure,” said Duffy. “Rather, it’s a document, an incomplete picture of our world from within.” 

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Scott Whipkey, "The New York Times," 2009, pencil on paper (in 3 parts), edition X/X, 26 x 124 x 2 inches, courtesy of the artist.

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Renée Green, "Lonely and Absolute Salvation," 2020, silkscreen on paper, edition 1 of 3 + 3 AP, courtesy of Bortolami Gallery.

“44 Signs of the Times” is divided into seven thematic sections related to recent events: spread, escape, precarity, languish, continuities, filtration, and acts of God. 
Participating artists include ASMA, Melissa Brown, Antoine Catala, Kanad Chakrabarti, Rafael Domenech, Nikita Gale, Alina Grasmann, Renée Green, Guo Hongwei, Nick Irzyk, Ann Veronica Janssens, Myeongsoo Kim, Mo Kong, Savannah Knoop, Jim Kuhlman, Julie Malen, Azikiwe Mohammed, Christine EgañaNavin, Trevor Paglen, Sarah Pettitt, Lee Relvas, Kristen Sanders, Mary Simpson, Cynthia Talmadge, Martha Tuttle, Robert Scott Whipkey, and Stella Zhong.

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Melissa Brown, "Zoom," 2020, flashe, acrylic, and oil on Dibond, 34 x 34 inches, courtesy of Derek Eller Gallery.

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Nick Irzyk, "Baroque Promise," 2020, oil on canvas, 58 x 46 x 1.75 inches, courtesy of the artist.
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