Thu 25 Apr 2019, 6 pm
New York, 22nd Street
Join us for the opening reception of works by Lorna Simpson in New York. Over the past 30 years, Simpson has continued to probe questions about the nature of representation, identity, gender, race, and history, while expanding her oeuvre to encompass various media including film and video, painting, drawing, and, most recently, sculpture. Her powerful works entangle viewers in an equivocal web of meaning: what is unseen and left unsaid is equally important as that which the artist does disclose. In this exhibition of new paintings, collages, and sculptures, Simpson continues to engage viewers with layers of paradox, threading dichotomies of figuration and abstraction, destruction and creation, past and present.