Radia Tapes art exhibit in New York
Act 1: Swearing in whispers by CAMP
Recently New Yorks New Museum hosted its second triennial exhibit of emerging global artists titled “The Ungovernables”.
A third of the exhibit’s 34 artists and artist groups come from Asia. Another half dozen are from the Middle East. About a quarter are from Latin America; the show also includes a big group of photographers from Nigeria, and artists from South Africa and Finland. As well as some from India.
The combination of underexposed cultural perspectives and youth — the show focuses on artists born between the mid-1970s and mid-1980s — makes for a captivating and often heartening array. Curated by the New Museum’s Eungie Joo, the venture is mercifully free of the New York art scene’s trademark irony.
Art exhibits included “Time exchange” from an artists in Mexico city, as well sculptures from a Texan artists,… Continue reading