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EXHIBITIONS OF NOTE: MAY 2017

May 22, 2017
ARTISTS TO FOLLOW

 As we follow the activity of Tamarind artists with great interest, we want to also update our collectors, supporters, and readers with this overview of current and upcoming exhibitions by artists who have recently collaborated with us in the workshop.
 
 
Venice Biennial
 
 
LILIANA PORTER | KIKI SMITH | MICHELLE STUART  
VIVA ARTE VIVA
Venice, Italy     
VIVA ARTE VIVA brings together the work of 120 world renowned artist. Under the direction of French curator Christine Macel, this years Venice Biennial is slightly different. VIVA ARTE VIVA unwinds over the course of nine chapters, beginning with two introductory spheres in the Central Pavilion, followed by another seven across the Arsenale through the Giardino delle Vergini.On view through November 26, 2017.
 
 
 
Robert Pruitt
 
 
ROBERT PRUITT 
BENEDICTION 
Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita, KS  
Artist Robert Pruitt pulls inspiration from science fiction, hip hop, comic books, and politics to create culturally charged images in his latest exhibition, BenedictionOn view through August 6, 2017.
 
 
 
Roy De Forest
 
 
ROY DE FOREST   
MAN OF OUR TIME: DRAWINGS BY ROY DE FOREST
Brian Gross Fine Art, San Francisco, CA 
Brian Gross Fine Art will feature mixed media works on paper from the last two decades of Bay Artist Roy De Forest’s career. On view through July 1, 2017.

OF DOGS AND OTHER PEOPLE: THE ART OF ROY DE FOREST
Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA
Personal and dream-like, Of Dogs and Other People: The Art of Roy De Forest is the artist’s first full career retrospective. On view through August 20, 2017. 
 
 
 
Marie Watt
 
 
MARIE WATT
BLANKET STORIES: WESTERN DOOR, SALT SACKS, AND THREE SISTERS 
The Rockwell Museum, Corning, NY 
Artist Marie Watt's site specific installation explores object memory, specifically the significant role blankets play in communities around the world. On view through September 5, 2017.
 
 
 
Hung Liu
 
 
HUNG LIU   
PROMISED LAND    
Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, CA  
Hung Liu shifts focus from Chinese historical photographs to the Depression-era photographs of Dorothea Lange. Promised Lands reminds the viewer that poverty and involuntary immigration are not particular to
country, race, or gender. On view through June 3, 2017.
 
 
 
Julia Jacquette
 
 
JULIA JACQUETTE
UNREQUITED AND ACTS OF PLAY  
Wellin, New York, NY
Julia Jacquette's first major museum retrospective ponders our culture's ravenous desire for commercialized objects. Jacquette pulls inspiration from cookbooks from the 1950s and 1960s, lavish interiors, and idealized 
magazine ads. On view through July 2, 2017. 
 
 
 
   
David X Levine
 
 
DAVID X LEVINE 
HOW MANY MINIMALISTS DOES IT TAKE TO SCREW IN A LIGHTBULB?
4 O'Clock Light, Hamburg, Germany 
How Many Minimalists Does it Take to Screw in a Lightbulb marks New York-based artist David X Levine's first exhibition in Germany. Levine's electrifying abstract 
compositions exude a richness that is not easily achieved.On view through June 3, 2017.
 
 
 
Susan York
 
 
SUSAN YORK
THINKING SEQUENTIALLY
Key Projects, Long Island, NY  
The exhibition will incorporate paintings, drawings and sculpture by artists Vincent Como, Susan York and Tamar Zinn. The group exhibition demonstrates assorted  
methodologies of conceiving serial based work. Susan York uses graphite pencil and a set paper size to create a type of visual journal. York's Daily Drawings had to be completed by midnight each day. On view through May 14, 2017.

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Nicola Lopez
 
 
NICOLA LÓPEZ  
BIG WINDOWS : SKIN : PORTALS 
Jacob Lewis Gallery, New York, NY    
Artist Nicola López continues to challenge the viewers perception of architectural space in her latest show, Big Windows : Skin : Portals. López reassembles the viewers reality by constructing an exterior within the interior of the gallery. On view through June 3, 2017. 
 
 
 
   
   
 
 
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