Hours: wed-sat 12-5pm; First Thursday 5-8pm. Closed the first wed for installation.
To Oct 22Richard Mosse: Occidental. Photographs by this Irish-born, New York City-based artist employing his distinctive documentary approach. Mosse traveled to Rio Tigre in the remote northeast of Peru to document oil spills seeping from abandoned pipeline infrastructure on Kichwa Indigenous Territory. Alongside these photographs, he began taking pictures of domesticated plants in homes, workplaces and public spaces of people living in Belém do Pará, a tropical city at the gateway to the Amazon. Curated by Christian Viveros-Fauné and organized by Converge 45 and its institutional partners as part of its 2023 citywide biennial program Social Forms: Art As Global Citizenship.