Teresita Fernández’s seventh solo exhibition with Lehmann Maupin, coinciding with her monumental sculptural installation Fata Morgana, showcases her newest sculptural works — intimate interior landscapes in concrete, cast bronze, and highly-detailed glazed ceramic. Best known for her unique installations and immersive public projects, Fernández explores ideas of the figure in the landscape, the natural world, the extremes of scale, as well as the act of looking.
Teresita Fernández, Lehmann Maupin, New York
The Hundred In the Hands
Paying homage to early hip hop, disco, ska and dub, post-punk and girl pop from the 1960s through the 1980s, this album is a rich mix, choreographed to perfection.
Katie Scott, Illustrator and Artist
Katie Scott is the detailed hand behind Bombay Bicycle Club’s album cover for How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep. Based in London she explains in this video how she began producing art.