Erica N. Cardwell is a writer, critic, and educator based in Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in BOMB Magazine, The Believer, Hyperallergic, Brooklyn Rail and elsewhere. She teaches writing and social justice at The New School.
'52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone' at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum commemorates and expands upon Lucy Lippard's groundbreaking 1971 exhibition 'Twenty Six Contemporary Women Artists'
Erica N. Cardwell speaks to the artist about the artist's most recent video Toss (2021) and how her practice is ‘shared from body to body’
At The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, the group show, focusing on intersectional artists, situates artmaking as a crucial salve to feminist cultural work
The Spanish Harlem museum presents a survey of the influential artist collective Taller Boricua
At David Zwirner, New York, the late painter’s work speaks frankly to a black audience without distracting appeals to white art audiences
To mark the centenary of the Bauhaus’s opening in Weimar, Performa 19 considers: ‘What is the art school of the 21st century?’
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