Come see three of our MAD Transformations exhibitions before they close!
Crochet Coral Reef: TOXIC SEAS celebrates the tenth anniversary of the “Crochet Coral Reef,” an ongoing project by sisters Margaret and Christine Wertheim and their Los Angeles–based organization, the Institute For Figuring. Mixing crocheted yarn with plastic trash, the work fuses mathematics, marine biology, feminist art practices and craft to produce large-scale coralline landscapes, both beautiful and blighted. CLOSING JANUARY 22
Coille Hooven: Tell It By Heart is artist’s first solo exhibition in over two decades and her first-ever solo museum exhibition in New York, Coille Hooven: Tell It By Heart spans more than 30 years of Hooven’s 50-year career working in porcelain to create psychologically charged sculpture that explores domestic-centered narratives. CLOSING FEBRUARY 5
Chris Antemann: Forbidden Fruit is a contemporary interpretation of the eighteenth-century banqueting craze. Inspired by eighteenth-century decorative art and using the Garden of Eden as her metaphor, artist Chris Antemann poses her scantily clad male and female porcelain figures in intimate and playful vignettes of seduction. CLOSING FEBRUARY 5