Sarah Tortora

Sarah Tortora's sculptures are as physically powerful as they are meditative.

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Somaya Critchlow

Somaya Crithlow uses autobiographical references from her memories and observations to creates fictional characters in imagined spaces.

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Toyin Ojih Odutola Brings a Fictional Tale to Life at Jack Shainman

In her latest body of work, Toyin Ojih Odutola presents a two-part exhibition of portraiture closing out the final chapter of a fictional trilogy.

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Joshua Nathanson

Joshua Nathanson is inspired by early modernist paintings, though his works feel right at home in 2018.

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Boston’s ICA and “Entangled in the Everyday”

Presenting works showcasing artists’ use of everyday materials and how these materials are “entangled” in our everyday, the exhibit shows common materials and quotidian subjects as a defining theme of contemporary art.

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Dana Lok

Dana Lok's art transcends categorical norms.

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Neil Raitt

Neil Raitt’s canvases employ repetition and landscape to create a dialogue between artistic modes of the past and present.

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Haley Josephs

"I very much wanted to believe in magic and other worlds, and art always brought me to those places."

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Jaqueline Cedar

Jaqueline Cedar's expansive and colorful canvases tell the stories of her daily experiences in New York.

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