For NADA 2020, JDJ and Mother Gallery will present three collaborative exhibitions of artists from each gallery’s program on the east and west coasts. Please contact [email protected] for more information about exhibiting artists at each location.
Noel W. Anderson’s distressed textile works deal with the evolving makeup of black male identity as seen through the lens of American media. These new works explore the relationship between sports and protest.
Mark Barrow and Sarah Parke’s collaborative practice explores the logic of weaving and its relationship to visual and digital systems in their new paintings, drawings and wallpaper.
Barnett Cohen’s use of common language and imagery in his sticker paintings is a reflection of how American society expresses particular notions of identity and desires to make it more visible.
Athena LaTocha explores the relationships between the natural world and humans’ impact upon it, and is inspired in part by her Native American heritage and her upbringing in rural Alaska.
Lucia Love’s visually rich paintings are loaded with narrative and symbolism, with references to art history, mythology, politics, and the dynamics of power.
Samantha Rosenwald’s latest colored pencil on canvas works were made during a period of intense wildfires in her home state of California earlier this year and use the flame motif for two distinct, symbolic readings.
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