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.
Mircea Cantor’s sculptures ‘Supposing I could hear that sound. Now’ will be presented on Habima square in Tel Aviv as part of the outdoor exhibition ‘Open Skies’ curated by Avi Lubin and part of the project ‘Loving Art. Making Art’. November 12 – November 14, 2020
Nedko Solakov takes part in the exhibition ‘Diversity United. Contemporary European Art. Moscow. Berlin. Paris.’ at Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow. ‘Diversity United’ showcases the vitality and diversity of the contemporary European art scene since the fall of the Iron Curtain until the present day. The exhibition has brought together works from the genres of painting, sculpture, video and new media, photography, installations, drawing and object art by 80 young and established artists from across the entire continent of Europe. Travelling to Moscow, Berlin and Paris, Diversity United seeks to foster pan-European dialogue, and addresses themes such as freedom, dignity and respect, conflict and dialogue, landscape and power, and political and personal identity. November 11, 2020 – February 21, 2021.