Apexart announces "Absences," the upcoming exhibition to open in Nagoya, Japan curated by

Absences Curated by Jasa McKenzie July 1 - July 22, 2018, Thursdays - Sundays, 1 - 7 pm N-Mark 4 Chome-38 Nagatoicho, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture 453-0803, Japan Opening Reception: Saturday, June 30, 6-8 pm Featuring work by: Chen An An Maura Terese Atsushi Watanabe An Open Call exhibition. Absences explores the concept of absence and its relationship to various experiences of mental illness, directly and indirectly. The exhibition features works by artists Atsushi Watanabe, Chen An An, and Maura Terese. The artists portray a sense of distance or isolation from something, somewhere, or someone—an absence that is either physical, mental, or emotional. Whether drawing from fi

The New York Times mentions "Sexual Fragments Absent," the 2017 exhibition curated by MACP

Artist Doreen Garner Uses Tattoos to Explore Black Bodies" By Lovia Gyarkye Doreen Garner Age: 31 Hometown: Philadelphia Now Lives: In a two-bedroom apartment in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, with her fiancé and their cat. Claim to Fame: Ms. Garner is an artist whose work interrogates society’s relationship to black bodies. Last April, she participated in “Sexual Fragments Absent,” a group art show on black female sexuality at Paddles, a BDSM club in Chelsea. In her piece, “The Observatory,” she explored black spectatorship by instructing a performer in a glass box to maintain eye contact with audience members. “I was thinking about the action between you and a performer at a con

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