NADA and NowHere’s “Letters, Lights, Travels on the Street (Bokura ga tabi ni deru riyuu)” Highlights Contemporary Japanese Art

This multi-artist exhibition adorns the walls of the NYC-based creative center

Beyond the glass-paneled garage door that acts as a fair-weather entrance to NowHere, a multipurpose cultural center for Japanese creators based in NYC, two lengthy white walls are dotted with diverse contemporary artworks for Letters, Lights, Travels on the Street (Bokura ga tabi ni deru riyuu), a group exhibit running through 11 September. Curated by Jeffrey Ian Rosen, the co-president of New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) …

Studio Visit: Ceramicist Roxanne Jackson

Exploring the dizzying and paradoxical elements that converge in the artist's latest show at NYC's The Hole

NYC’s The Hole hosts ceramicist Roxanne Jackson’s latest exhibit Nature is a Whore: A Comedy & A Tragedy, an aptly titled show of dizzying and wild polarities. Opening today and on view until 23 October, the exhibition—crafted in the artist’s studio and home in Wassaic, New York, which we toured to learn more—feels immediately bizarre and fantastical, featuring chicken feet, decapitated heads, sea shells, cakes, …

Nep Sidhu’s Profound “Paradox of Harmonics” Exhibition

The Toronto-based artist explores the spiritual realm in this show at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit

Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist Nep Sidhu‘s connection to Detroit is apparent in his current show, Paradox of Harmonics, on now through 11 September at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD). This is the first solo show in a US museum for Sidhu (aka Nirbhai Singh Sidhu) and it’s an exploration, mediation and celebration of sound—all informed by his many years working in metal manufacturing, practicing the …