Firelei Báez. | Photo by Amilcar Navarro, Courtesy Hauser & Wirth Latest News in Black Art features updates and developments in the world of art and related culture REPRESENTATION Firelei Báez (pictured above) is now represented globally by Hauser & Wirth, the mega gallery with an international footprint. The news was announced this morning. Infused with color, Báez’s transporting work includes installations, paintings, and sculptures that explore diasporic histories and imagined realms. Over the past decade, her work has received increasingly wide attention. The Momentary in Bentonville, Ark., is currently presenting a major sculptural installation by Báez through Sept. 24. Solo exhibitions of the artist are forthcoming at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebaek, Denmark (Oct. 5), and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston (April 2024). Born in the Dominican Republic, Báez lives and works in New York. (9/18). | More “Firelei takes on history and transforms it into poetry—visual, visceral, technically inventive, breathtaking works of art that go beyond merely telling us something, to fully enveloping and implicating us. By consistently reasserting the importance of the Caribbean in the wider context of world history and revealing the pervasive presence and impact of Caribbean […]
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