ICA Curator and Critic Gean Moreno's Favorite Works From NADA Miami Beach 2016
Nov 22, 2016 / by Artspace Editors / Artspace
In the space left by all that has been evacuated from art objects by the return to formalist strategies, a shadow troop of young artists has decided to again take up charged objects, personal narrative, historical reference, and scrappy production methods. Harold Mendez engages in covert ops that remind us of the expressive capacity of junky materials and jerry-rigged assembly once these are fused with specific historical and cultural narratives, updating the lesson offered by folks like David Hammons and Jimmy Durham.
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