“The Regional” is the first major multi-museum survey dedicated to contemporary artists based in the Midwest.
Tag: Lyndon Barrois Jr.
“Mirage Collar” explores. instances of forgery, subterfuge, gesture, and magic within the history of film.
The exhibition was on view at 47 Canal in New York City September 10 through October 16.
John Early and Noah Cohan talk with Professor Lyndon Barrois Jr about his “Of Color” exhibition for the 2016 Great Rivers Biennial at CAM St. Louis.
“Dreamsickle,” which brings together dialogue around collective experiences of time, memory, and the construction of perspective through cinema and digital media.
Operating at the limits of the image, artists in “Countercapture” recalibrate the standard representational capture of Blackness.
Artists present work with the form of a diptych in mind to honor palindromic number 11, which invokes balance, tension, and harmony.
“Others Who Struggle with Nature” features new work by Professor Lyndon Barrois Jr., and his first solo presentation in New York.
Professor Barrois is among the nearly 400 artists who have contributed work to “Incognito,” the ICA LA’s annual benefit art sale.
Lyndon Barrois Jr. joins the School of Art as Assistant Professor of Art in the area of Painting.