Ilma Savar

Artsy says Ilma is one of 10 women artists shattering expectations feminist art. She lives in the remote Anahobehi village (Gora) in Ömie territory, a five-day trek up the volcanic slopes of Mount Lamington, Papua New Guinea. It was there that London-based gallerist Rebecca Hossack first met the Indigenous artist and encountered her textile paintings on nioge—or fine-grained, beaten cloth made from the inner bark of mulberry or fig trees—that Savari stitches additional details on top of with a superfine bat wing bone.

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Marta Minujin

The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) is delighted to present Born of Informalismo: Marta Minujín and the Nascent Body of Performance, curated by Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann. The third in a series of exhibitions on Latin American modernism and its legacies, this show examines the early work of trailblazing Argentine artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943), tracing her trajectory from informalist painting and sculpture to performance.

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Nelly Sethna

Nelly earned a scholarship to study at the renowned design school in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, where she became immersed in the ethos of Scandinavian modernism and Marianne Strengell’s experimental, textural approach to fiber arts.

Curated by Nancy Adajania, The Unpaved, Crusty, Earthy Road is research-driven retrospective is a first for the artist, bringing together three decades of her tapestry production with digital prints of site-specific installations and research material.

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