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Zoë Hopkins

Zoë Hopkins is a junior at Harvard College studying Art History and African American studies. She has held internships and other positions at Creative Time, Artforum International Magazine, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Harvard Art Museums, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow, her research and writing focus on Black feminist aesthetics.

David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968–1979

David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968–1979 at The Drawing Center is the first show to focus exclusively on Hammons’s body prints.

Otis Houston Jr.

In a new exhibition at Gordon Robichaux, the textures of sociality that charge Otis Houston Jr.’s street performances take up new dwelling in a gallery space.

You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby: The Sapphire Show

You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby: The Sapphire Show is an intimate gathering among old friends. Old and new works by each of the artists represented in the original exhibition flock together in a gorgeous reunion of living and passed on spirits.

This Longing Vessel

The Studio Museum in Harlem’s 2019–2020 Artists in Residence exhibition, This Longing Vessel, was conceived with an uncanny prescience. Decided upon well before the pandemic threw us into a time that has throbbed with longing, the title summons images of empty objects waiting to be filled.

Frank Bowling: London/New York

Bowling's paintings seem to maintain a sort of liquidness themselves: abstract forms float with weightlessness on the canvases and soft color washes swarm together, mingling in the folds where they overlap and give birth to new tones.


The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2021

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