Eleanor Kipping is a socially engaged artist and educator. Her interdisciplinary creative practice is concerned with the Black female experience as Other in the United States regarding hair politics, colorism, and racial passing and how these topics may be explored at the intersection(s) of installation, performance, and social practice.
Baseera Khan is a New York-based artist whose work shares an experience of exile and kinship shaped by economic, pop cultural, and political situations. She mixes consumerism with spirituality and treats decolonial histories, practices, and archives as geographies of the future.
Julie Ault will give the first annual Tim Rollins Memorial Lecture at SVA Art Practice on Tuesday, July 17th at 12:30PM.
Anything Could Happen at Any Time, curated by Jacquelyn Strycker with works by Leora Armstrong, Nicholas Bertozzi, Curtis Grynkewicz, Ezra Hubbard, Giulia Mangoni, Nicole Finley, Jason Mena, Maya Resheff and Isa Wang, opens at the SVA Flatiron Gallery on July 12th. The exhibition runs through August 4th.
MFA Art Practice presents “Creative Intervention: Working Outside the Institution,” a panel discussion with Sarah G. Sharp, Laure Biron and Jason Maas, July 11th, 6-8pm.
The Summer 2018 Residency will begin with a lecture from Coco Fusco, titled “Don’t Look Down: Art on the Political Tightrope.” A reception with light refreshments will follow.