By Brooklyn artist and Capricious
friend, K8 Hardy. K8's exhbition at the Biennial will conclude with a "high production fashion show."
More wall pieces from K8 Hardy
Joanna Mailowska's From the Canyons to the Stars
was made with shellacked plaster over styrofoam and artificial deer sinew
Vincent Fecteau's Untitled
was made with cement, resin clay, and synthetic polymer paint
Lutz Bacher's Pipe Organ
uses the materials tin, paint, speakers, four pipes, and a Yamaha organ
Richard Hawkins' Ankoku 8 (Introduction)
A reincarnation of Dawn Kasper's studio. She will be working from this space inside the gallery for the duration of the show.
Sam Lewitt's Fluid Employment
depicts a purgatory state, of sorts
Nick Mauss' Concern, Crush, Desire
is a rendering of a room by Christian Bérard. It is made out of trompe-l'oeil paneling appliqued in velvet and ribbons.
A lithograph by Ellsworth Kelly, a part of Mauss' installation
LaToya Ruby Frazier's Homebody
self-portraits represent the unsparing economic crisis of her hometown Braddock, Pennsylvania after the crash of the steel industry in the 1970s. Here, Frazier is donning her deceased grandfather's clothes and blanket—one of the many steel workers of that period who perished.
Museum director Adam Weinberg