BUFFALO, NEW YORK The Buffalo Institute for Contemporary Art Each of Goldfarb’s works marked an attempt to depict or reproduce an actual instrument of violence. When I realized that, a shiver crept up my neck—I was looking at an autopsy.
NEW YORK Whitney Museum Upending conventional practice, Ball’s seemingly random, unrestrained arrangements and innovative techniques overlay materials and references to childhood and assimilation with Indigenous customs and rituals to present a doubled vision that resists and critiques dominant white culture.
I come from a dance background. Both of my parents are dancers—I came out of the womb, and they were like, “Here are your tap shoes, here are your ballet shoes.” I had a show coming up in New York, and Curtain Call seemed like the perfect subject matter; it was where my heart was leading me.
Nacido en Buenos Aires, el joven artista visual y músico Nicolás Bacal, con una licenciatura en composición electroacústica de la Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, se desempeña en el campo de las artes desde el 2007.
Damián Ortega, who divides his time between Mexico City and Berlin, began his career as a political cartoonist, and his observant wit remains evident in works that undermine preconceived ideas about art, structural and social systems, urban development, and the environment.
MEXICO CITY Museo de la Ciudad de México The act of non-imposition remains a priority for Soto Climent, who lives and works in Tepoztlán, a small mountain town about 90 minutes south of the city, where he is in close contact with nature.
BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON Bellevue Arts MuseumWith a muffled soundtrack of poetry and music running through the darkened space, Kahlon’s exhibition became a total experience, immersing the viewer in an unsettling, unstable place, a site of exodus and arrival, captured in random flashpoints.
LONDON Tate Britain Two monumental cast concrete marrows, Florian and Kevin (both 2013), greet visitors at the entrance to Tate Britain. These blatantly phallic forms are a fitting precursor to “Happy Gas,” an exuberant, if irreverent, survey of Sarah Lucas’s practice over four decades.
Recipient of the International Sculpture Center’s 2023 Educator Award For more than three decades, Shirley Tse—longtime CalArts faculty member, Guggenheim Fellow, and Hong Kong representative to the 58th Venice Biennale—has created sculptural interventions that interrogate notions of place, politics, and ecology.