Prospect New Orleans is a citywide contemporary art triennial and the only exhibition of its kind in the US with a decade-long history. 'Yesterday we said tomorrow', curated by Artistic Directors Naima J. Keith and Diana Nawi, is the triennial's fifth iteration.
'No Humans Involved' showcases the work of seven emerging artists and collectives whose practices disrupt and interrogate Western modes of humanism, highlight the limits of corporeal identity, and prioritise the nonhuman or antihuman as a point of departure.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is delighted to announce representation of Canadian artist Tau Lewis.
Tau Lewis’ solo exhibition ‘Symphony’ is presented as part of the National Gallery of Canada’s Contemporary Projects series. ‘Symphony’ is the first work by Lewis to become part of the national collection, and is also the Toronto-born, Brooklyn-based artist’s inaugural presentation at the National Gallery of Canada.
For ‘Sparkle's Map Home’, Tau Lewis harnesses a broad spectrum of found and recycled textiles to imagine a latent ancestral otherworld.
Group exhibition 'Liminal States' explores the body as an inseparable yet separate form.
Curated by Christian Vistan and Jesse Birch, this presentation of sculpture, textile, sound, poetry, and video communicates personal stories and communal geographies, featuring artists Charlotte Zhang, Tania Willard and Steven Thomas Davies, Cecily Nicholson, Tau Lewis, Julia Feyrer, Elisa Ferrari and John Brennan.
For Yorkshire Sculpture International, Jamaican-Canadian artist Tau Lewis presents her first solo show outside of North America.
‘when last you found me here’ combines natural and synthetic materials to create simulations, or vessels, of living organisms.
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