A nude person stands against a blended, bright background. The body is flush with a gold X shape. The body has cracks along the breast and harsh red lines along the right arm, right thigh, and left shin.

Patricia Vázquez: Ku beeta’al bej ikil a xíimbal (Andando hacemos el camino)

Patricia Vázquez is a multidisciplinary artist originally from the ancient Tenochtitlán, and based in the unceded and occupied lands of the Chinook, Clackamas, Multnomah and other Indigenous peoples. Her new exhibition, Ku beeta’al bej ikil a xíimbal, includes painting, printmaking, video, installation, documentation and participatory projects that illustrate the challenges and joys of becoming an artist.

1989 Part II

This second installment of 1989 brings the work of established and emerging artists from Romania, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Poland, Cuba, Suriname, USA, China, Iran, and New Zealand. Their works offer poetic and philosophical reflections on the exhibition theme through a range of experimental video and documentary film, photography, digital animation, music composition, poetry, and performance.

The threads of a woven, black and white art piece fray at the bottom—the image of which is multiple black men raising their fists.

Black Lives Matter Artist Grant Exhibition

Through installation, photography, video, painting, performance, textiles, sculpture, poetry, and printmaking, this exhibition is a microcosm of allied and conflicting political, social, and aesthetic approaches.

Photograph of a green metal desk underneath which a monitor is playing a video of a hand raising and lowering the hem of a skirt up and down a leg.

The Longest Leg

Does trauma take a singular point of view, like a monologue? Or does it stretch beyond the silo of the psyche, skulking into narrative environments, social interactions, and even conceptions of a fragmented selfhood? Emmanuela Soria Ruiz’s videos, sculptures, installations, and drawings in her solo exhibition The Longest Leg subvert power dynamics implicit within the act of looking.

The words "TIME BASED ART FESTIVAL" in bold, centered against a green background. Various information about the show above and below.

Time-Based Art Festival

It is a time for us to come together in celebration of experimental works and ideas and to push the boundaries of what it means to make

A woman in all black walks toward the camera, a vast desert landscape stretching behind her toward lumpy, hilly horizon. An tower stands just over the bend in the road behind her. She wears white shoes.

ENTANGLEMENT at NIGHT

Entanglement at Night at Paragon Gallery is a window exclusive night time exhibition. A collection of video works from artists maximiliano, Jaleesa Johnston and Sarah Brahim working with gestures of embodiment within and through digital and physical landscapes.