Statues Also Die
From critique to direct action, artists reimagine the figurative monument.
Dia de Muertos
A 20-year retrospective of puppets, altars and kites commemorate the culture, mythologies and political experiences of New Haven's Latinx communities.
Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography
A traveling research project seeks to decolonize the way we make, consume and archive photography.
Three Decades of Change
Organized on the 30th anniversary of Artspace New Haven's founding, this group show challenges curators and artists to revisit their ideas.
REVOLUTION ON TRIAL
Artists illuminate the living legacies of New Haven's Black Panther Party chapter, 50 years after their watershed trial.
Artists trained in technical design use their skills to produce bygone furniture and living spaces for the body.
Ball Snake Ball
Ceramicists hand source clay and other local materials to address urgent environmental concerns specific to their hometowns.
Artists use repetition as an overwhelming aesthetic devise, mirroring centuries of racial disparity perpetuated by U.S. law.
Vagaries of the Commons
Working in the penumbras of "the commons," artists exploit the grey zones of seemingly public spaces that are actually private.