Camilo Godoy (2019) curates the performance program Absolute Love on Sunday, July 21, at 7PM, bringing together artists Oluwadamilare (Dare) Ayorinde, Joselia “Jo” Hughes, and Zachary Tye Richardson. The program is presented in conjunction with Visual AIDS' summer exhibition Altered After, curated by Conrad Ventur at Participant Inc, on view July 10–August 18, 2019.
Sarah Amos: Unique Multiples, an exhibition of works on paper and textiles on view at B.C.A. in Burlington, VT. The exhibition opens June 21, 2019.
Mo Kong: Making A Stationary Rain On The North Pacific Ocean is featured in Cultured Magazine’s GALLERY PEEPING: SUMMER BLOCKBUSTERS 2019 list. “In an immersive installation exploring a not so distant future in which China and the US are in the midst of a political cold war, Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Mo Kong creates “Making A Stationary Rain On The North Pacific Ocean.” Curated by 2019 Whitney Biennial participant Steffani Jemison, the show uses climate change as a lens through which to navigate neo-nationalism, human migration and censorship.”
Wendy Red Star’s (2017) solo exhibition at the Newark Museum is reviewed in the New York Times, “Wendy Red Star at the Newark Museum: A Powerful Portrait of the Crow Nation” by Jillian Steinhauer, June 5, 2019.