Vivid painting of two figures, saturated with deep reds, earthy yellows, purples, greens, and blues. The figures lean over a "body" on an operating table and methodologically tend to its organs, which are made of various fruits, including strawberries, bananas, and raspberries

Summer Wheat: Anything Can Happen

Known for their tactility and texture, Wheat’s materials take on the form of both painting and sculpture, and borrow from the rich, and often gendered, history of fibers and textiles.

An installation photograph of an artwork by Fay Ray, which consists of a large, light brown, oval rock tethered to the wall with a heavy metal chain, and bound by a hammered metal cage.

Hold on Tight

The artworks in this exhibition navigate the complex relationships between these emotions: the desire for touch and connection through isolation and our longing for the people and places that have recently been out of reach.