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Nathaniel Mary Quinn's life has been as disjointed as one of his paintings. He was raised in a housing project on Chicago's South Side, the youngest of five boys. When he was in the eighth grade, an a
Construção When: Feb. 6–Mar. 21 Where: Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo What: Though this exhibition takes its name from Brazilian singer Chico Buarque’s storied 1971 song, which tells the tale of a cons
Benaam, 'without name,' was always for me a monument to the unnamed victims of ongoing conflict. The black covering is literally a plastic bag covering a body that has expired. The hands stretching ou
There isn’t a traditional formula. A lot of times something good happens that makes me realise other things should have happened first. Almost like I built the top floor before the foundation. I have
On the occasion of the artist's exhibition, Vision Paintings, at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium (22 April—1 August 2021).
In the latest episode of Up Close, our curator Ed Schad discusses Broad collection artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn's artistic practice and themes of memory, loss, and trauma.
Artist Sarah Sze takes us on a kaleidoscopic journey through her work: immersive installations as tall as buildings, splashed across walls, orbiting through galleries — blurring the lines between tim