• Alec Dai @Eli Klein

    Traditional motifs interrupted by a fist. Alec Dai in the (In)directions: Queerness in Chinese Contemporary Photography group show at Eli Klein Gallery.

  • Zhang Zhidong @Eli Klein

    Reflected arrays of broken eggshells. Zhang Zhidong in the (In)directions: Queerness in Chinese Contemporary Photography group show at Eli Klein Gallery.

  • Tseng Kwong Chi @Eli Klein

    Posing with mannequins. Tseng Kwong Chi in the (In)directions: Queerness in Chinese Contemporary Photography group show at Eli Klein Gallery.

  • Fang Daqi @Eli Klein

    A glowing leap through the tall grass. Fang Daqi in the (In)directions: Queerness in Chinese Contemporary Photography group show at Eli Klein Gallery.

  • Mengwen Cao @Eli Klein

    Bold pink eye makeup behind a dance of white and yellow flowers. Mengwen Cao in the (In)directions: Queerness in Chinese Contemporary Photography group show at Eli Klein Gallery.

  • Lin Zhipeng (No. 223) @Eli Klein

    Soft color matching between seductive skin and fruit. Lin Zhipeng (No. 223) in the (In)directions: Queerness in Chinese Contemporary Photography group show at Eli Klein Gallery.

  • Carolee Schneemann @PPOW

    Performatively biting a bleached skull. Carolee Schneemann (from 1963) at PPOW.

  • Chow and Lin @MoMA

    Marking the poverty line with tomatoes. Chow and Lin (from 2010-2020) in room 216 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries. Further information on the project/photobook can be found here.

  • Darrel Ellis @MoMA

    Reinterpreting family photographs with projected distortion. Darrel Ellis (from 1990) in room 209 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Lorna Simpson @MoMA

    Cropped images from vernacular photographs, isolating the possible meanings of a gesture. Lorna Simpson (from 1996) in room 208 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Thomas Struth @MoMA

    Layered geometries in dark and light, sewn together by electrical wires. Thomas Struth (from 1986) in room 203 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • María Magdalena Campos-Pons @Brooklyn Museum

    A mother/daughter double portrait, linked by strings of African beads. María Magdalena Campos-Pons (from 2001) at the Brooklyn Museum.

  • Sheila Pinkel @MoMA

    Using crumpled paper to create a starburst of flares and shadows. Sheila Pinkel (from 1974-1982) in the third floor lobby at MoMA.

  • Ed Ruscha @MoMA

    Hanging leashes in an Amsterdam window display. Ed Ruscha (from 1961) at MoMA.

  • Sable Elyse Smith @Guggenheim

    Tucking an imprisoned portrait in a wide swath of black suede. Sable Elyse Smith (from 2020) in the Going Dark: The Contemporary Figure at the Edge of Visibility group show at the Guggenheim.

  • Hank Willis Thomas @Guggenheim

    A retroreflective pledge of allegiance. Hank Willis Thomas (from 2018) in the Going Dark: The Contemporary Figure at the Edge of Visibility group show at the Guggenheim.

  • Joiri Minaya @Guggenheim

    Twisted, obscured, and revealed in layers of camouflage. Joiri Minaya (from 2020) in the Going Dark: The Contemporary Figure at the Edge of Visibility group show at the Guggenheim.

  • Farah Al Qasimi @Guggenheim

    Eyes, fingers, and the mystery of leopard print. Farah Al Qasimi (from 2019) in the Going Dark: The Contemporary Figure at the Edge of Visibility group show at the Guggenheim.

  • Lyle Ashton Harris @Guggenheim

    Tactile surfaces and signifiers seen from the back. Lyle Ashton Harris (from 2000) in the Going Dark: The Contemporary Figure at the Edge of Visibility group show at the Guggenheim.

  • Lorna Simpson @Guggenheim

    Turning away from the layered doubling of race and gender. Lorna Simpson (from 1990-1992) in the Going Dark: The Contemporary Figure at the Edge of Visibility group show at the Guggenheim.