Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America

The New Museum on the Bowery (February 16 to June 6)

Okwui Enwezor in 2012 at The ICP Apartheid Exhibit. Photo by Roslyn Bernstein.
Adam Pendleton “As Heavy As Sculpture” Installation in New Museum Lobby. Photo: Shael Shapiro
Nari Ward “Peace Keeper” (1995). Photo by Shael Shapiro.
Diamond Stingily ”Entryways.” Photo by Shael Shapiro.
Kevin Beasley “Strange Fruit (Pair)” 2015. Photo by Shael Shapiro.
Garrett Bradley’s film “Alone” (2017) Photo by Shael Shapiro.
Tiona Nekkia McClodden “The Full Severity of Compassion.” Photo by Shael Shapiro.
Rashid Johnson “Antoine’s Organ.” Photo by Shael Shapiro.
Dawoud Bey’s “Imani Richardson and Carolyn Mickel” from the 2012 portrait series, “The Birmingham Project.” Photo by Shael Shapiro.
Melvin Edward “Lynch Fragments.” Photo by Shael Shapiro.
Howardena Pindell “Autobiography: Water (Ancestor/Middle Passage/Family Ghosts).” Photo by Shael Shapiro.

An arts and culture journalist for Guernica, Huff Post, Tablet, etc, Roslyn Bernstein’s books include Engaging Art, Illegal Living, and Boardwalk Stories.