Some of Us Were Brave: Toisha Tucker
New York-based artist Toisha Tucker, the Wellesley College 2018–19 Alice C. Cole ’42 Fellow, exhibits new work created during their fellowship year. Featuring a range of media, these sculptures, installations, and conceptual pieces offer commentary on social and political issues in the U.S. today. Tucker often views art as a form of activism, examining and questioning the constructs of politics, race, gender, and identity through their work and practice.
Gallery hours: Mon–Fri 10 am–4 pm; Sat–Sun 12–4 pm. Closing reception on March 6, 4–6 pm.
Samara Pearlstein, email@example.com.
Alice C. Cole ’42 Art Fund.
Courtesy of the artist.
Sep 15–Dec 18Lisa Reihana: In Pursuit of Venus [infected]
Māori artist Lisa Reihana’s visually stunning and conceptually provocative digital panorama, In Pursuit of Venus [infected], is based on a fashionable early nineteenth-century French scenic wallpaper.Event Date:Thursday, September 15, 2022 (All day) to Sunday, December 18, 2022 (All day)
Sep 15–Dec 18Freedom of Expression: African American Printmakers Abroad
This exhibition highlights the impact of overseas travel on the artistic practice and printmaking of ten artists who journeyed to Europe, Africa, and Latin America.Event Date:Thursday, September 15, 2022 (All day) to Sunday, December 18, 2022 (All day)