From February 1 to March 17, 2020, Blum and Poe gallery (Los Angeles) will present three of our artists - Michel Nedjar, Misleidys Castillo Pedroso and Kamae Kazumi - in a group exhibition exploring the human condition and emerging modes of humanistic representation in the visual arts following the traumatic aftermath of World War II.
New images of Man is a new version of the exhibition of the same name that took place at MoMA in 1959 (New York).
Curator: Alison Gingeras.
- curator alison gingeras on revisiting one of the 20th century's key art shows authors andrew russeth in surface magazine, february 5, 2020.
- ‘is humanism dead?’ asks redux of 1959 MoMA show authors jonathan griffin in frieze, march 12, 2020.
- an exhibition revises moma's 1959 new images of man with newer images of men - and women authors travis diehl in art in america, march 6, 2020.