Portland artist Christine Miller turns historical racist imagery into tools for Black liberation and love.
Two artists collaborate to explore kinship, multigenerational learning, and community.
A daring but imperfect exhibition challenges notions of racism and colorism.
Liz Magor will talk about her recent studio work, how to entertain contradiction, and how to be untopical yet relevant.
Elizabeth Leach Gallery is pleased to present Amanda Wojick’s Small Shields and Other Shapes featuring dynamic color…
Four curators and thirty-five artists transform a soon-to-be demolished building in Sacramento’s rapidly gentrifying Ice Blocks district.
Pieces are often reconfigured; textiles are made and unmade—undoing the knots as important as reknotting, reweaving to generate new points of connection and relation.
Huanca’s installations encompass painting, sculpture, and live performance, and are characteristically created for, and integrated with, the specific architectural spaces in which they are presented.
The work of Brackens and Lovell Williams (in distanced conversation with a variety of Black makers of disparate origins, including farmers, writers, and caregivers), centers notions of collaboration and community at the heart of Black makership.
The work layers abstracted imagery of LA’s urban hardscapes and lifeless landscaping with textured and diverse native habitats.