The Day the Earth Stood Still: Bob Nickas and Julia V. Hendrickson Discuss the Art of Huma Bhabha
Bob Nickas has followed the art of Huma Bhabha since the late nineties, having written about and exhibited her work since 2005, most prominently in that year's Greater New York, at New York's MoMA PS1. Huma Bhabha participated in two iterations of his exhibition Every Revolution Is a Roll of the Dice, first at Ballroom Marfa in 2007 and subsequently at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, 2009.
A well-known curator and writer, Nickas has organized more than one hundred exhibitions worldwide since 1984. Among his many books are Painting Abstraction: New Elements in Abstract Painting and four collections of writing and interviews: Theft Is Vision, Live Free or Die, The Dept. of Corrections, and the recently released Komplaint Dept.
Associate Curator Julia V. Hendrickson engages Bob Nickas for a conversation about her current exhibition Huma Bhabha: Other Forms of Life and its themes of culture, history, and conflict.
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