In her exhibition, Kameelah Janan Rasheed asks “What can be captured through writing? What is lost?”
Vietnamese American artists examine and expand recent histories as they address multigenerational trauma and loss.
Cate McQuaid of the Boston Globe recently reviewed Emerson Contemporary’s current exhibition, “Rachel Rossin: Works from THE MAW OF,” on view in the Media Art Gallery through October 14.
Rachel Rossin: works from The Maw Of, will be on view in the Media Art Gallery through October 15.
New Standards opens July 12 at the Emerson Contemporary Media Art Gallery and runs through August 4.
Reddy ’24 Co-Curates Emerson Contemporary’s “Perspectives: Micro to Macro” Exhibition: Long Island Herald
Katelyn Reddy ’24 and classmates co-curated one of Emerson Contemporary’s fall 2022 exhibitions through the class “Curating Contemporary Art.” Reddy, from Long Island, described the process and her takeaways.
Perspectives: Micro to Macro explores the relationship between humans and nature through a range of aesthetic perspectives.
Emerson Contemporary’s new exhibition tracing a wound through my body is on view at the Media Art Gallery through November 6, and is free and open to the public.
Emilio Rojas: tracing a wound through my body, looks at the concept of “traces,” both in what they leave behind, as well as how they might embody trauma and resilience
Annual MCC grants add to Emerson’s tradition of educational leadership and civic and community engagement.