Featuring work by artists Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Leonor Antunes, Henrike Naumann and Adriana Varejão.
The work of Njideka Akunyili Crosby comprises vibrantly patterned paintings on paper that negotiate the complex cultural terrain of a life formed between two worlds: her adopted home in America, and her native Nigeria.
Conversely, the Portuguese sculptor Leonor Antunes focuses on migration and the transformation of form and ideas beyond temporal and geographical limits.
Adriana Varejão's imposing sculptures, drawings, and oil paintings, inspired in part by Baroque architecture, confront the colonial history of Brazil.
While relying on the suggestive power of used furniture and objects of interior design, Henrike Naumann addresses the mechanisms of political radicalization and explores how they manifest themselves in space.