The first major U.S. retrospective on Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes (b. 1960), the exhibition will feature the artist’s large-scale abstract paintings inspired by Brazilian and European Modernism, Baroque forms, popular culture, and the decorations of Carnival. During the early 1990s, the artist developed an unusual painting technique, in which she adhered separate images executed in acrylic paint—such as flowers, arabesques, lace patterns or peace-signs—onto canvases in a style that references collage, graffiti and plastic decals. This practice results in richly textured surfaces that appear prematurely aged. The exhibition will include works produced over the last 25 years of the artist’s career and examine their evolution from softer, more decorative forms to harder-edged abstraction.
Exhibition guide that accompanies the exhibit "On the Horizon." This book is divided into three chapters like the exhibit and consists of strictly Cuban artists. 108 Pages 90 Plates
Exhibition catalogue accompanying the first retrospective of Jamaican painter and sculptor, John Dunkley. Contributors: Diana Nawi, David Boxer, Olive Senior, Nicole Smythe-Johnson 224 pages 48 plates
Toba Khedoori’s exquisitely crafted and tantalizingly ambiguous drawings and paintings are the subject of this exciting monograph, which accompanies Khedoori’s exhibition at the PAMM in spring 2017. 62 images 152 pages...
Julio Le Parc: Form into Action accompanies the first retrospective survey in the United States dedicated to Julio Le Parc, a central and influential figure in participatory Kinetic art. Contributing essays...