The Andy Warhol Museum announces ‘Fantasy America’, opening March 5, 2021. This exhibition invites New York-based artists Nona Faustine, Kambui Olujimi, Pacifico Silano, Naama Tsabar and Chloe Wise to revisit Andy Warhol’s seminal publication, America, and contribute through their own artistic practices. March 5 – August 29, 2021
Blaffer Art Museum and Holocaust Museum Houston present a two-part dialogue with Simon Fujiwara, Alexandra Zapruder, and Mary Lee Webeck, Director of Education at Holocaust Museum Houston in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Simon Fujiwara: Hope House’. Friday, January 15, 2021 & Friday, February 19, 2021
This fall Ballroom Marfa presents an outdoor exhibition entitled ‘unFlagging’ from October 2, 2020 through January 21, 2021 that features new commissions from eight noted artists. Each artist has created a flag accompanied by a sound-based work that will be on view individually for two weeks, rotating through each artist in the series from October to January. Artists include: Lisa Alvarado, Pia Camil, Jeffrey Gibson, Byron Kim, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Hank Willis Thomas, Naama Tsabar, and Cecilia Vicuña. December 25, 2020 – January 7, 2021
In the context of Simon Fujiwara’s solo exhibition ‘Hope House’, Blaffer Art Museum and Dvir Gallery invites you to join us for an artist talk on December 12 (12:00 – 1:30pm CT). You can register via the following link for Zoom meeting information: https://bit.ly/39H5CL5
Simon Fujiwara is participating in ‘Intimacy – New Queer Art from Berlin and Beyond’, a group exhibition at Schwules Museum, Berlin. Opening nights: November 26, 7pm & November 27, 7pm (registration necessary). Exhibition: November 27, 2020 – February 25, 2021
The Jewish Museum on Manhattan’s Upper East Side has installed a multi-story mural at the corner of Fifth Avenue and East 92nd Street. The neon blue artwork was designed by Lawrence Weiner in 2011 and reads “All the stars in the sky have the same face,” in Hebrew, Arabic, and English lettering.
Located at 1109 Fifth Avenue, the Jewish Museum was originally constructed as a private single-family home know as Warburg Mansion.