Ícaro Lira, Untitled, To Jimmie D., Part #5, from the series “Frente de trabalho,” 2018, wooden box, photography of Mario de Andrade in the book O turista aprendiz (1976), fabric, stone found in the coast of Ceará, and naval plywood.
GUI GOMES/COURTESY GALERIA JAQUELINE MARTINS
‘I Ranged Far and Wide’: Dawoud Bey on Imagining the Paths of Fugitive Slaves
15 Los Angeles Artists to Watch
Busy Signals: Paul Sietsema in Conversation with Connie Butler