White and pastel flowers with grand, droopy leaves sit in a vase before two framed photographs, the faces of whose are covered.

Birthe Piontek: Abendlied

he result captures the last years of her parents in their house —her childhood home– where they had lived for almost 40 years before having to move due to her mother’s battle with dementia.

Tall strips of fabric, patterned with various, large-format, close-ups of leaves, hang against a gallery wall.

Nicole Pietrantoni: The Slow Current

Taking an experimental approach to the book form, her art asks how the book and printed matter can both enable and undercut humans’ active role in constructing and idealizing images. T

Figures bleed in and out of the foreground, most gazing off somewhere, with mountain, cloud, sun, water, structure, and path all blended and pinkish, the ground blood red.

Maia Cruz Palileo: Long Kwento

Palileo recontextualizes these stories, portraits, and images in an attempt to resuscitate these figures from the exploitative gaze of these ethnographic images.

On two white panels, knots and tangles of orange, yellow, black and hints of blue are arranged in two clusters that nearly mirror each other.

Joan Mitchell

Joan Mitchell will be a comprehensive retrospective featuring approximately 80 distinguished works.