The Feminine in Abstract Painting
Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation
March 16, 2023-Juny 15, 2023
no existe un mundo poshuracán: Puerto Rican Art in the Wake of Hurricane Maria
Whitney Museum of Art
SAIC Faculty Sabattical Triennial
August 31, 2022-December 3, 2022
May 17, 2022 - June 25, 2022
In the Eye of the Storm
Z33 Gallery, Belgium
September 18 - November 6, 2021
La Trienal 20/21
El Museo del Barrio
September 1, 2021
January 21 - May 15, 2021
La Trienal 20/21
El Museo de Barrio
March 12 – August 22, 2021
DePaul Art Museum
January 4 – August 15, 2021
The Long Dream
Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago
November 7 - January 17, 2020
GAVLAK Los Angeles
October 31 - December 12, 2020
February 1 - March 21, 2020
no existe un mundo poshuracán: Puerto Rican Art in the Wake of Hurricane MariaWhitney Museum of Art 23 Nov 2022 - 23 Apr 2023
Reimagined LandscapesCalderon Gallery, New York, NY 17 May - 25 Jun 2022 Calderón is proud to present Reimagined Landscapes, an exhibition of artworks produced over the last fifty years by a multigenerational group of artists working in the language of abstraction. The exhibition features works by Olga Albizu, Zilia Sánchez, Candida Alvarez, Gisela Colón, Nora Maité Nieves, and Luz Carabaño. On view...
2022 Invitational Exhibition of Visual ArtsAmerican Academy of Arts and Letters 22 Mar - 22 May 2022 The Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts is an annual event for members of the American Academy of Arts and Letters to honor contemporary artists who they believe are making some of today’s most important and timely work. The Invitational is an exhibition without a theme or a single author, and...
In the Eye of the StormZ33 Gallery Belgium 26 Sep 2021 - 23 Jan 2022 In this exhibition, leading artists from Puerto Rico, Haiti, Barbados, Grenada, Guadeloupe and Martinique present films, photographs, paintings, sculptures, and installations.
PalimpsestGAVLAK LA 18 Sep - 6 Nov 2021 Alvarez's new body of work investigates the richness of effacing without erasing, enabling substantial traces of prior material to remain and shine through. Embodying this approach, her Palimpsest paintings began with pencil and watercolor drawings on Yupo paper, which were then scanned, digitized, and printed on canvases with acrylic polymer...