Growing Sideways: Performing Childhood at Wallach Art Gallery in June

 

 

 

Tala Madani, Situation Room, 2020, Oil on Linen. 16 x 23 inches. Courtesy Pilar Corrias Gallery

Wallach Art Gallery will open its doors to the group exhibition ‘Growing Sideways: Performing Childhood’, with a Preview on Thursday, June 20th from 6-8pm.

Through a diverse range of works drawn from the United States, Europe, and Latin America, this group exhibition explores the profoundly emotional and transformative ways that artists present the minor–its youthful energy–as a catalyst for social change.

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Dates Set for Uptown Triennial 2023 at Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University

 

 

 

The third edition of the Uptown Triennial presents work by artists from Upper Manhattan and beyond that is representative of the history, culture, and contemporary issues of Harlem and spans the visual arts, media, and sound. The 1980s and 2000s saw musicians and rappers pushing both the sonic landscape and the changing representation of Black urban society. A new visual aesthetic followed with its own language and the next generation of visual artists became interested in exploring the intersection and/or juxtaposition of sonic and visual traditions.

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Dead Lecturer/distant relative at Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University

 

 

 

Al Loving, Space, time, Light #1, 1977, Acrylic and paper collage on canvas; 81 x 81 in. © Estate of Al Loving; courtesy Garth Greenan Gallery, New York, NY

Dead Lecturer / distant relative: Notes from the Woodshed, 1950-1980 focuses on works by Asian American and African American artists whose approaches to abstraction provided alternatives to prevailing vocabularies for representation and resistance during the social movements of the 1960s and 70s, and for whom the parameters of visibility continue to remain a problem for thought today.

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After the End: Timing Socialism in Contemporary African Art at Wallach Art Gallery

 

 

Filipe Branquinho, Jorge Macate, Padeiro (Jorge Macate, Baker), 2011. Courtesy the artist.

After the End: Timing Socialism in Contemporary African Art presents a selection of works engaging with the history of African socialisms. It features artists looking at countries including Angola, Ethiopia, Guinea-Bissau and Mozambique. The exhibition is the first in North America to explore aesthetic responses to African socialisms and their aftermath.

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