More Than You See, 2016-2017
Welded steel and chain
Alexander Gray Associates (Booth C18)
A pointed play on the classic jazz standard More Than You Know by pioneering African American artist and sculptor Mel Edwards, known for his groundbreaking installations of barbed wire and welded steel from the civil rights era through to the present day.
Maia Ruth Lee
Bondage Baggage Map V, 2022
India ink on canvas
François Ghebaly (Booth A25)
Busan-born, Kathmandu-raised, and now Colorado-based, Lee addresses issues of migration, family, diaspora, labor, borders and self preservation in times of global dissonance.
Marcus Leslie Singleton
Oil on panel
Mitchell-Innes & Nash (Booth B9)
Marcus Leslie Singleton highlights the joys, routines and challenges of daily life as a Black man in contemporary America, navigating brutality and fetishization alike.
The Nature of Subservience 1, 2021
Linen over wood panel and framed
Lehmann Maupin (Booth C17)
This bold, layered, complex composition by the celebrated Colombian-American painter challenges mainstream narratives around political and personal identity and trauma.
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