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Daniel Lind-Ramos, María de los Sustentos (2020-2021). Photo: Abby Leigh
Daniel Lind-Ramos
María de los Sustentos
2020-2021

Photo: Abby Leigh

Daniel Lind-Ramos

April 2 – August 7, 2022

Daniel Lind-Ramos (b. 1953, Puerto Rico) creates assemblages from found and reclaimed objects, many of which the artist collected from the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. This exhibition will include two new assemblage works created specifically for the Museum, Baño de María and María Guabancex, in addition to María de los Sustentos.

Amy Casey Highground, 2019 Acrylic on cradled ampersand clayboard panel 30 x 30 in. Courtesy: Private collection, Dallas, TX and Zg Gallery, Chicago, IL
Amy Casey
Highground
2019
Acrylic on cradled ampersand clayboard panel
30 x 30 in.

Private collection, Dallas, TX and Zg Gallery, Chicago, IL

State of the Art 2020: Constructs

April 24 – September 11, 2022

State of the Art 2020: Constructs is an exploration into how contemporary art – produced all across the country including regions outside traditional art centers – reflects the present moment.

State of The Art 2020: Constructs is organized by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas.

 

The national tour of State of the Art 2020 is sponsored by Bank of America with additional support from Art Bridges.

Bank of America Logo
Crystal Bridges Museum of America
Katrina Coombs, Oshuns Glory, 2020
Katrina Coombs
Oshun’s Glory (Detail)
2020
Finger knitted mixed fibers
Dimensions variable

Courtesy of the artist
Photo: Katrina Coombs

Katrina Coombs

May 22 – October 2, 2022

Katrina Coombs (b. 1986, Jamaica) has a passion for fiber and an understanding of the sensitivity of threads and fabric, which she uses to bring forth unique designs and sculptural forms. Coombs’ works are inspired and guided by a quest to deepen the spiritual, emotional, and psychological understanding of the numerous conflicting roles that have been attributed to women in contemporary society.