Interview with NBC Chicago with regards to her solo-exhibtion Estoy Bien
Interview with Telemundo
Candida Alvarez Finds Solace in Abstraction/ review of Estoy Bien, 2020 in Artnews
How Fine Are You? a review of Estoy Bien, 2020 in Newcity Art
Estoy Bien, at Monique Meloche Gallery, opening reception February 1
Group show, In Plain Sight, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA opens November 23, 2019.
Solo show, The Bronx Museum, in 2020.
David Antonio Cruz
- Mickalene Thomas: Better Nights at The BASS Museum of Art, open thru Sept 27 2020
Chicago Reader, ‘Restrain’ appears static, but the works (and the viewers) dance.
Interview, “An Interview with Brendan Fernandes, the Whitney Biennial Artist Who Uses Ballet to Channel BDSM and Queer Culture,” in Artspace by Colleen Hochberger.
Solo show, Brendan Fernandes: Bodily Forms, at the Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA, opens January 17, 2020.
Special online project, The Difference between the Signals, with Triple Canopy.
Maia Cruz Palileo
Relations: Diaspora and Painting, Phi Foundation of Contemporary Art, Montréal (Quebec)
Art Basel Stories, Fresh Paint: Seven Artists on the Rise, by Karim Crippa.
Feature, Maia Cruz Palileo, in Document Journal by Ann Binlot.
Ebony G. Patterson
Hyperallergic, Ebony G. Patterson Transforms Gallery Into a Garden
Group show, Dress Up, Speak Up: Resistance and Regalia, 21c Museum Hotel, Cincinnati, thru July 2020.
Group show, In Plain Sight, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, opens November 23, 2019.
Solo show, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, opens February 27, 2020.
Solo show, Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, opens in 2020.
Feature, Chicago Tribune by Christopher Borrelli.