How This Has To be Told
Screening & Reception
July 26th, 6-9PM
260 Java St, Brooklyn, NY
As a teenager, I had the shocking realization that many of my dreams and fantasies were not the products of my own imagination but rather of films I had seen when I was very young. I developed a profound skepticism about the meaning of images but also an understanding of their potential power. I work with video, photography, archive, collage, and light sculptures. I like to push the boundaries of images and see how far I can take them so I learn more about them.
She is a 1989 born artist from Mexico City, currently New York based.
UPCOMING AND ON-GOING EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS
Dinner hosted by Nomadique. Martha Naranjo Sandoval will be presenting a series of collages from her childhood home.
For her Bronx Junior Photo League final project, Bianca Colón visited Martha Naranjo Sandoval's studio.
Three-person show at Studio Duo. Curated by Bia Monteiro.
Group exhibition at Studio Duo. Curated by Justine Kurland. Organized by Bia Monteiro and Matthew Papa.
The Title TK table at Cultural Traffic Book Fair will feature self-published publications by emerging artists.
Group show in Bogotá, Colombia organized by Nathalie Guio, Verónica Puche, and Miguel Winograd.
Event featuring short talks by 15 Mexican artists organized by Martha + Groana.
Soft Launch for After the Fact,
Group show. Collaboration and conversation between the International Center of Photography-Bard’s MFA class of 2016.
The 19 candidates of the ICP-Bard MFA program will participate in this year’s LIC Arts Open.