Alexandre Arrechea: Landscape and Hierarchies Opening
Exhibition marks 20 years of Arrechea’s solo career
Join us for a reception 6 to 8 PM on Saturday, Sept. 17 to celebrate the opening of Landscape and Hierarchies, a solo exhibition featuring new works by Alexandre Arrechea.
Arrechea is internationally renowned as one of the founding members of the Cuban collective, Los Carpinteros, and has earned acclaim as an artist whose work interrogates such issues as history, memory, politics, and the power relations of the urban space. This exhibition marks 20 years of Arrechea’s solo career.
Browse the galleries and experience the multimedia installations, monumental watercolor drawings, and sculptures that explore the connections between the individual and the collective and the power small actions have on society and the environment.
Curated by Elsa Mora, Landscape and Hierarchies is on view through Jan. 22, 2023. It is presented in ArtYard’s first-floor River Gallery and second-floor John & Lynn Kearney Gallery.
On Sunday, Sept. 18, ArtYard will host an artist talk and gallery walk with Arrechea. The talk is moderated by Cuban-born American writer, curator, and art conservator Rosa Lowinger and features never-before-seen footage of the early stages of Arrechea’s career, an audience Q&A, and a tour of the exhibition. More information about this ticketed event is here.
Masks are required for this event.
Registration coming soon.