Tag Archives: New Museum

LUBAINA HIMID — WORK FROM UNDERNEATH

For her first solo museum exhibition in the United States, artist and activist Lubaina Himid introduces a new body of work at the New Museum.

LUBAINA HIMID—WORK FROM UNDERNEATH

Through October 6.

New Museum

235 Bowery, New York City.

Lubaina Himid, from top: Le Rodeur: The Captain and the Mate, 2017–18, acrylic on canvas; So Many Dreams, 2018, acrylic on paper; Le Rodeur: The Lock, 2016, acrylic on canvas; Le Rodeur: The Exchange, 2016, acrylic on canvas; How Do You Spell Change?, 2018, acrylic on paper. Works on canvas photographed by Andy Keate, works on paper photographed by Gavin Renshaw. Images courtesy and © the artist and Hollybush Gardens.

RADICAL QUEER PUBLISHING AND PRINT CULTURE

DISRUPTION TACTICS: RADICAL QUEER PUBLISHING AND PRINT CULTURE—a panel discussion moderated by Gregg Bordowitz—”will bring together artists, activists, and writers to explore legacies of radical queer publishing and print culture from the 1970s to today.”

Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Stonewall and the new edition of THE FAGGOTS AND THEIR FRIENDS BETWEEN REVOLUTIONS—written by Larry Mitchell and illustrated by Ned Asta—the event “will feature readings of historic manifestos and texts.”

DISRUPTION TACTICS—RADICAL QUEER PUBLISHING AND PRINT CULTURE

Tuesday, June 18, at 7 pm.

New Museum

235 Bowery, New York City.

Larry Mitchell, The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions (Brooklyn: Nightboat Books, 2019). Design and illustrations by Ned Asta, courtesy and © the artist and Nightboat Books.

DIEDRICK BRACKENS

The weavings of Diedrick Brackens—who participated in the Hammer’s Made in L.A. 2018 biennial and received the Joyce Alexander Wein prize from the Studio Museum in Harlem—can be seen in the New Museum’s lobby exhibition space throughout the summer.

DIEDRICK BRACKENS—DARLING DIVINED

Through September 8.

New Museum

235 Bowery, New York City.

Diedrick Brackens, from top: Opening Tombs Between the Heart, 2018; In the Valley, 2017; Bitter Attendance, Drown Jubilee, 2018; The Bravest Sons, 2018; The Cup is a Cloud, 2018. Images courtesy and © the artist.

THE SPIRITS REFUSE WITHOUT A BODY

The performance THE SPIRITS REFUSE WITHOUT A BODY will activate the garments and helmets Jeffrey Gibson produced for his New Museum residency and exhibition THE ANTHROPOPHAGIC EFFECT.

Gibson’s work in the show is directly inspired by Indigenous handcraft techniques and aesthetics, and reflect his research into Southeastern river cane basket weaving, Algonquian birch bark biting, and porcupine quillwork.

THE SPIRITS REFUSE WITHOUT A BODY

Thursday, February 21, at 7 pm.

JEFFREY GIBSON—THE ANTHROPOPHAGIC EFFECT

Through June 9.

New Museum

235 Bowery, New York City.

From top: Jeffrey GibsonMx. Oops and Xavier, 2018, digital photograph; Jeffrey GibsonWendell, 2018, digital photograph; Jeffrey GibsonChristine Garcia with Love l , 2018, digital photograph. Images courtesy the artist, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., Kavi Gupta, and Roberts Projects.

MAGGIE NELSON ON SARAH LUCAS

In conjunction with the New Museum exhibition SARAH LUCAS—AU NATUREL, Maggie Nelson—author of The Argonauts—will talk about Lucas’ work, investigating the “provocations, humor, and critical shape-shifting” in her practice, and reflecting on “the stakes of the artist’s embrace of pleasure and perversion.”*

 

NO EXCUSES—MAGGIE NELSON ON SARAH LUCAS*

Thursday, December 13, at 7 pm.

New Museum Theater, 235 Bowery, New York City.

Above: Sarah Lucas—Au Naturel installation view, 2018. Wall: Divine, 1991/2018. Floor: This Jaguar’s Going to Heaven, 2018. Photograph by Maris Hutchinson.

Below: Sarah LucasBunny Gets Snookered #8, 1997. © Sarah Lucas. Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London.