Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee FL
May 14- July 7, 2018
Reconstruction (Magenta Beirut), 2007, gouache on archival digital print/Hahnemühle paper, 16 x 20 inches.
Construction scene from Building the Great Mosque of Samarkand by Bihzâd or his workshop for the Zafar-Nâmeh by Sharrafuddîn Yadzî. Illuminated late 1480’s. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
Curated by Kathy M. Newman and Susanne Slavick
April 6 - June 10. 2018
SPACE, 812 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15222
Artists: Lauren Frances Adams, Maja Bajevic, Nina Beier, Joshua Bienko, Matt Bollinger, Mel Chin, Kathryn Clark, Condé + Beveridge, Jeannette Ehlers, Rayna Fahey, Blake Fall-Conroy, Cao Fei, Claire Fontaine, Coco Fusco, Lungiswa Gqunta, Kilouanji Kia Henda, Ottmar Horl, Alfredo Jaar, Andrew Ellis Johnson, Tavia LaFollette, Christin Lahr, Steve Lambert, Liane Lang, Michael Mallis, Paolo Pedercini, William Powhida, Raqs Media Collective, Erik Ruin, Alex Schaefer, Dread Scott, Elin Slavick, Slinko, Shinique Smith, Jina Valentine, Kirsty Whitlock, and Imin Yeh.
Poster image: Lázaro Saavedra González, Karl Marx, from the Cuban Icon Series, Serigraph, Edition of 50, 24 x 20 in. (61 x 50.8 cm.)
Artists of the World Unite, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, May 4, 2018
SPACE'S MARX@200 explores the German philosopher and what we can learn from his theories, Pittsburgh City Paper, April 25, 2018
SITE, a group show curated by Dragana Crnjak
Andy Curlow, Andrea Jok, Matthew Kolodzie, Eric LoPresti and Susanne Slavick
Judith Rae Solomon Gallery at Youngstown State Universit in Ohio.
March 26 through April 20, 2018.
RESORT, a video co-created with Andrew Ellis Johnson, is included in:
New Mexico State University University Art Gallery
March 12, 2018 from 10am-6pm
A second screening event occurs on April 16, 2018 from 6pm-8:30pm at the CMI Theater Milton Hall 171 on the campus of NMSU. Sponsored by the Gender & Sexuality Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies Department, and the Creative Media Institute.
Flatland Gallery, Houston TX
February 12 - March 30, 2018
Organized by JM Design Studio
Image: Susanne Slavick, Asclepius Viridis Wall shows a "wall" of milkweed plants native to the south central and south eastern United States.
These plants attract monarch butterflies, a migratory species that travels over 2500 miles each year. These species allude to freedom of movement-- a more welcoming reception to those seeking refuge, safety, reunification with families, a living wage and a better life.
Co-curated by Edgar Arcenaux.
20 October 2017 – 21 January 2018
My contribution to Gender Tally was an image for Ortega y Gasset Projects.
Unloaded is a nationally traveling multimedia group exhibition that explores the historic and social issues surrounding the divisive nature of gun ownership in the United States.
Curated by Susanne Slavick, Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, the exhibition presents a number of perspectives on the image and impact of guns in contemporary culture, though none endorse them as a means to an end. Works by twenty-two artists and collaboratives touch upon a host of issues surrounding access to and use of firearms across a range of demographic categories.
The artists in Unloaded visualize the power of the gun as icon and instrument. They explore the role that firearms continue to play in our national mythologies, influencing suicide rates, individual and mass murder statistics, incidents of domestic violence, and the militarization of civilian life. Some show the power that guns wield in our daily realities and personal fantasies. Others mourn and resist that power, doing everything they can to take it away, believing there are better ways to resolve conflicts, ensure safety, and keep the peace.