Today, Sundance Institute announced Tabitha Jackson as the new Director of the Sundance Film Festival. Jackson was chosen from a worldwide search and follows outgoing Director, John Cooper, who served in the role for 11 years and will assume a newly-created Emeritus Director role.
Above: BARBARA JOHNSON ZUBER (1926 – 2019)Jump Rope. Oil on cotton canvas, circa 1970. 762×1524 mm; 30×60 inches. Signed in oil, lower right Sale total:
Above: Twins (Subway) by Jordan Casteel. Oil on canvas, 72 x 56″, 2018. For the winter/spring 2020 season, the New Museum presents solo exhibitions by painters Peter Saul and Jordan Casteel in the Museum’s main galleries, along with a new sculptural installation by Daiga Grantina in the Lobby Gallery.
Above: Marisa Williamson, Even ghosts have their ghosts. A shadow follows The Ghost of Thomas Jefferson, 2018. Photo: Gabriella Fuller. Marisa Williamson, the 2020 Jacob Lawrence Legacy Resident at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery in the University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design, presents newly commissioned work in the exhibition Angel of History.
Above: Abdoulaye Konaté, Brazil (Guarani), 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Blain|Southern Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa announces the summer and fall season.
CCA Tel Aviv is pleased to announce its 2020 exhibition programme. Situated in the heart of the city, CCA Tel Aviv is Israel’s foremost contemporary art institution, leading the forefront of the Israeli art scene for over 20 years, housing and commissioning works of major and emerging artists both locally and internationally.
Above: FRONT Associate Curator Meghana Karnik, Deputy Director Sarah Spinner Liska, and Curatorial Assistant Lo Smith. Photograph by Rustin McCann, 2019.
Above: Hypothesis: Situation #3 (for Sol LeWitt) (1968) The exhibition at K21 presents works by four first-generation American conceptual artists: Eleanor Antin (*1935), Lee Lozano (1930–99), Adrian Piper (*1948), and Mierle Laderman Ukeles (*1939).
Above: Patrick Quarm, Parallel Index , 2019. N’Namdi Contemporary, Miami, Florida, inaugurated its newly relocated space at 6505 NE 2nd Avenue, in Miami’s Little River/ Little Haiti neighborhood with a selection of large figurative paintings by African artist Patrick Quarm of Ghana.
Above: Delita Martin Lilacs and Roots, Acrylic, Charcoal, Relief Printing, Decorative Papers, Hand-Stitching, 2018 Meet Natasha Marin, curator, Black Imagination—Black Voices on Black Futures, 2020.