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On view at Anat Ebgi is “When They Aren’t Looking We Gather By The River,’’ an exhibition of new work by Jamaican artist Cosmo Whyte.
November 7, 2020 - January 9, 2021
On view at Anat Ebgi is “When They Aren’t Looking We Gather By The River,’’ an exhibition of new work by Jamaican artist Cosmo Whyte. The artist’s use of material, his conceptual conceits and allegorical engagement with historical events, are strongly informed by his Caribbean roots and the complexities of Black diasporic and migrant experiences. The exhibition showcases several installations—such as Wading in the Wake—alongside a series of large scale charcoal and gouache drawings, braiding together images of the Caribbean Carnival and the Black Lives Matter protests throughout the year. Whyte’s drawings suggest a common goal of holding space for community and self determination, in relation to present and historical Black oppression. The works in the exhibition feel both familiar and dislocating and echo with the multiplicity and fluidity of identity.
Gabriela Ruiz’s “Futurition” takes viewers inside the mind of the artist through a series of sculptural paintings, video works, and soundscapes.
OCHI’s exhibition of Brian Wills debuts 12 new wall-hanging works that have been placed strategically throughout the gallery.
Raqib Shaw’s “Tales from an Urban Garden” comprises a series of works inspired by memories of his mother’s garden.
Honor Fraser Gallery’s “Digital Combines” centers Claudia Hart’s concept of the same name, featuring artworks by Hart and eight other artists.
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Phyllida Barlow’s “glimpse” features new large-scale works responding to Hauser & Wirth’s home in the historic Globe Mills complex.
Hauser & Wirth is presenting its first exhibition of Gary Simmons titled "Remembering Tomorrow," on view through May 22, 2022.
“Big Heartedness, Be My Neighbor” spans the practice of the artist Pipilotti Rist from the 1980s to the present day.