Category archives: Projects

The Museum of Sex

NSFW: Female Gaze
Museum of Sex
New York, New York
21 June 2017 – 15 April 2018
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NSFW: Female Gaze, co-curated by VICE Media’s Creators, showcases over 25 emerging female artists from various disciplines dedicated to powerful feminine narratives. Every day, women are faced with a world of images that reflect male perspectives on sexual desire. The artists in NSFW Female Gaze both reclaim and break out of women’s historical roles as muse and object. The exhibition showcases a fearless new visual language of desire that defies social norms and expectations.
The artists featured in the exhibition are working at the intersections of identity and life experience, genre and process. They are exploring sexuality on their own terms, bringing to light new angles of expression. From Instagram and GIF platforms to textile, painting and photography, these artists take a diverse and fearless approach to sex, shattering mythologies of female sexuality and restructuring stereotypes to explore a more complex relationship between gender, pleasure, fantasy and desire.
Curated by Lissa Rivera & Marina Garcia Vasquez

NSFW: Female Gaze
Museum of Sex
New York, New York
21 June 2017 – 15 April 2018

My Black Ass with Red Cheeks
Gouache and color pencil on photocopy of pencil drawing
8.5″ (H) x 11″ (W)
2016

​My Black Ass with Magical Yoni
Gouache and color pencil on photocopy of pencil drawing
8.5″ (H) x 11″ (W)
2016

My Black Ass with Pink Box
Gouache and color pencil on photocopy of pencil drawing
8.5″ (H) x 11″ (W)
2016

My Black Ass with Black Cock
Gouache and color pencil on photocopy of pencil drawing
8.5″ (H) x 11″ (W)
2016

My Black Ass with Purple Pussy
Gouache and color pencil on photocopy of pencil drawing
8.5″ (H) x 11″ (W)
2016

​My Black Ass with Multicolored Wig
Gouache and color pencil on photocopy of pencil drawing
8.5″ (H) x 11″ (W)
2016

Artnet 

The Museum of Sex 

Art Basel-Basel, 2017

Lit
Fabric, acrylic, flashe and oil on canvas
84″ (H) x 60″ (W)
2017

Pilar Corrias Gallery Booth
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Art Basel-Basel, 2017

Tramway

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
Glasgow, UK
3 June – 20 August 2017
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Tramway presents a solo exhibition by American artist Tschabalala Self which draws together works from the first five years of her artistic career. Primarily concerned with the concept of the black female body within contemporary culture, Self examines the confluence of race, gender and sexuality through a variety of forms and narratives in which each subject – or as she prefers, character – expresses an individually powerful identity.
In her bold, confident and vibrant paintings and works on paper, Self plays inventively with figuration, deconstructing and recreating the body, using various techniques, including collage. Pieces of collected fabric – sometimes African or African-inspired cloth given to her by her mother – and paper or perhaps sections of an earlier unresolved work, are sewn directly onto a work. Working in this way with mixed-media allows Self to blend fact with fiction, reality with imagination as she explores how the Black female body functions as a social and political symbol.
The Tschabalala Self exhibition was organised by Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art, London and has travelled to the Tramway in Glasgow.

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

Tschabalala Self
Tramway
3 June – 20 August 2017

The Scotsman

The Skinny 

This is Tomorrow 

Tramway

Frieze New York 2017

Boca
Fabric, flashe, oil and acrylic on canvas
68″ (H) X 50″ (w)
2017

Pressed
Fabric, flashe, gouache,oil and acrylic on canvas
68″ (H) X 50″ (w)
2017

Sugarfoot
Fabric, gouache, and acrylic on canvas
68″ (H) X 50″ (w)
2017

Frieze New York 2017 featured in the Focus section w/ T293 Gallery of Rome.

HIs & Hers
Gouache and acrylic on wood
8′ tall
2017
unique sculpture (cutout)

Glory (red,brown,black and green)
8′ tall
Gouache and acrylic on wood
unique sculpture (cutout)
2017

Frieze New York 2017
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Focus w/ T293 Gallery

Frieze New York 2017
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Focus w/ T293 Gallery

Frieze New York 2017
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Focus w/ T293 Gallery

Frieze New York 2017
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Focus w/ T293 Gallery

Frieze New York 2017
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Focus w/ T293 Gallery

Frieze New York 2017
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Focus w/ T293 Gallery

Culture Type

Body Language

 

Flowergirl
Gouache, color pencil, xerox, paper, faux flower, oil, acrylic and flashe on canvas
68″ (h) x 50″(w)
2017
Glory (violet, red and yellow)
88″ (h) x 47″ (w) x 1″ (d)
wood, gouache and acrylic
unique sculpture (cutout)
2017

NIV ACOSTA, JIMMY DESANA, JACOLBY SATTERWHITE, PATRICIA SATTERWHITE, TSCHABALALA SELF
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Body Language
April 20 – May 21

NIV ACOSTA, JIMMY DESANA, JACOLBY SATTERWHITE, PATRICIA SATTERWHITE, TSCHABALALA SELF
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Body Language
April 20 – May 21
Company Gallery – New York, NY
Curated by Andrew Durbin

Flowergirl
Gouache, color pencil, xerox, paper, faux flower, oil, acrylic and flashe on canvas
68″ (h) x 50″(w)
2017

Artforum

INSTALLATION VIEWS 

Art Brussels

Chandelier Triptych
Gouache, color pencil, xerox, paper, plastic, oil, acrylic and flashe on canvas
68″ (H) X 50″ (w) each
2017

Chandelier 2
Gouache, color pencil, xerox, paper, plastic, oil, acrylic and flashe on canvas
68″ (H) X 50″ (w)
2017

Chandelier 3
Gouache, color pencil, xerox, paper, plastic, oil, acrylic and flashe on canvas
68″ (H) X 50″ (w)
2017

Chandelier 1
Gouache, color pencil, xerox, paper, plastic, oil, acrylic and flashe on canvas
68″ (H) X 50″ (w)
2017

Elle

Interview Magazine

Art Basel – Hong Kong, 2017

Around the Way,
Acrylic, oil, coloured pencil, marker, paper and plastic wrap on canvas
34″ (H) x 30″ (W)
2017

Strut
Acrylic and spray paint on chipboard
4.5′ (H)
2017

Entwined

Entwined
Oil on paper
50″ (H) x 38″ (W)
2014

Coco

Coco
44″ (H) x 30″ (W)
Oil on paper
2013

The Florine Stettheimer Collapsed Time Salon

The Florine Stettheimer Collapsed Time Salon is presented in homage to the artist and saloniste Florine Stettheimer (1871-1944), whose remarkable life and work has influenced many artists. The Salon will be presented as a special project at The Armory Show, New York, from March 2 – 5, 2017.
Curated by Jeffery Deitch

The Florine Stettheimer Collapsed Time Salon

Trees
Acrylic, colored pencil, and marker on canvas
54″ (H) x 44″ (W)
2017

The Florine Stettheimer Collapsed Time Salon
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Armory Show 2017

The New York Times

T Magazine