The style and color are undeniably the artist, Xenobia Bailey ~ and from October 24 to December 17, 2017, Ms Bailey, along with fellow artist Maria Hupfield, will be part of Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field at The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD).
Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field features a total of four alumni of the Museum’s Artist Studios Program, working on large-scale, immersive, and community-engaged installations over the course of nineteen weeks. LJ Roberts and Sarah Zapata were the alumni artists from August 22nd to October 15. Next up ~ Maria Hupfield and Xenobia Bailey.
“Alongside the gallery-situated studios will be a lounge featuring small displays of ephemera, research materials, drawings, and studio experiments, providing the public with a deeper view into the process and transdisciplinary interests of each artist.”
The artist Xenobia Bailey is known for her eclectic crocheted hats and large-scale mandalas consisting of colorful concentric circles. No where is her work better displayed than in the newly opened MTA subway station at 34th Street at Hudson Yards.
Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field is located at The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), 2 Columbus Circle at 59th Street. Visit Xenobia Bailey every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday during Cycle 2 of Studio Views, from October 24th to December 17th, 2017.
Check out her gorgeous installation at the MTA Hudson Yards/34th Street subway station.