From the outside, The Plastic Bag Store will appear to be a typical New York City grocery store — but look closer and you will notice its colorful aisles are stocked with thousands of objects crafted from upcycled plastic bags.
Chicago-based artist Ayanah Moor asks audiences to question our personal and national progress, intentions and methods of change surrounding issues of equity and inclusion.
An untitled installation of more than 30 new acquisitions added to the Chazen’s collection over the last three years is currently on view in the Chazen’s Pleasant Rowland Gallery, where, in normal times, touring exhibitions are presented.
Change.org has revealed three specially-commissioned art pieces to visually reflect the nearly 20 million signer milestone of the ‘Justice for George Floyd’ petition.
In partnership with artists and the Wexner Center for the Arts, Art for Action features original works by Jenny Holzer, Carrie Mae Weems, Jeffrey Gibson, and Tomashi Jackson, among others.
“Nature Imagined” by Susan Swinand features 31 paintings and drawings by the artist, representing a variety of mediums and including 14 new works created for this exhibition.
On view from January 27 to June 13, 2021, “Grief and Grievance” brings together 37 artists who have addressed the concept of mourning, commemoration, and loss as a direct response to the national emergency of racist violence experienced by Black communities across America.
Made during the quarantine period, these works reflect the unsettling experience of physical distance and the absence of human contact during this prolonged time of social isolation.
The gallery will launch in Palm Beach with a presentation dedicated to three unique aperture wall installations by California-based artist James Turrell.