Beatriz Santiago Muñoz​ at The international contemporary art triennial, Prospect New Orleans



New Orleans / Prospect New Orleans is proud to announce the artist list for the 2020 iteration of the international contemporary art triennial, Prospect.5: Yesterday we said tomorrow, which will open to the public in New Orleans on Saturday, October 24, 2020, and remain on view through January 24, 2021. Curated by the Susan Brennan Artistic Directors of Prospect, Naima J. Keith and Diana Nawi, Prospect.5 will feature the work of 51 artists and artist collectives in museums, cultural spaces, and public sites throughout New Orleans. In intimate conversation with the surrounding city, Yesterday we said tomorrow centers around questions of history. The participating artist list represents a range of practices, and focuses heavily on the work of African diaspora artists and those working on the ground in the city. Twenty percent of included artists are based in New Orleans.

The full artist list follows below.

Laura Aguilar​ (b. 1959, San Gabriel, CA; d. 2018, Los Angeles); Katrina Andry​ (b. 1981, New Orleans; lives in New Orleans); Keni Anwar​ (b. 1993, New Orleans; lives in New Orleans); Felipe Baeza​ (b. 1987, Guanajuato, Mexico; lives Brooklyn, New York);Kevin Beasley​ (b. 1985, Lynchburg, Virginia; lives in New York); Ron Bechet​ (b. 1956, New Orleans; lives in New Orleans); Paul Stephen Benjamin​ (b. 1966, Chicago; lives in Atlanta); Dawoud Bey​ (b. 1953, New York; lives in Chicago); Willie Birch​ (b. 1942, New Orleans; lives in New Orleans); Dineo Seshee Bopape​ (b. 1981, Polokwane, South Africa; lives in Johannesburg); Phoebe Boswell​ (b. 1982, Nairobi; lives in London); Mark Bradford​ (b. 1961, Los Angeles; lives in Los Angeles); Beverly Buchanan​ (b. 1940, North Carolina; d. 2015, Michigan); Barbara Chase-Riboud​ (b. 1939, Philadelphia; lives Paris and Rome); Cooking Sections​ (​Alon Schwabe​ and Daniel Fernández Pascual​; established in London, 2013; live in London); Adriana Corral​ (b. 1983, El Paso; lives in Houston); Jamal Cyrus​ (b. 1973, Houston; lives in Houston); Karon Davis​ (b. 1977, Reno, NV; lives in Los Angeles); Celeste Dupuy-Spencer​ (b. 1979, New York; lives in Los Angeles); George Dureau​ (b. 1930, New Orleans; d. 2014, New Orleans); ektor garcia​ (b. 1985 Red Bluff, California; lives in Mexico, New York, and elsewhere); Sharon Hayes​ (b. 1970, Baltimore; lives in Philadelphia); EJ Hill​ (b. 1985, Los Angeles; lives in Los Angeles); Sky Hopinka​ (b. 1984, Ferndale, Washington; Bellingham, Washington); Elliott Hundley​ (b. 1975, Greensboro, North Carolina; lives in Los Angeles); Jennie C. Jones​ (b. 1968, Cincinnati; lives in Hudson, New York); Josh Kun​ (b. 1971, Los Angeles; lives in Los Angeles); Mimi Lauter​ (b. 1982, San Francisco; lives in Los Angeles); Simone Leigh​ (b. 1967, Chicago; lives in New York); Tau Lewis​ (b. 1993, Toronto; lives in Toronto); Glenn Ligon​ (b. 1960, New York; lives in New York); Candice Lin​ (b. 1979, Concord, Massachusetts; lives in Los Angeles); Tiona Nekkia McClodden​ (b. 1981,; Blytheville, Arkansas; lives in Philadelphia); Dave McKenzie​ (b. 1977, Kingston, Jamaica; lives in New York); Rodney McMillian​ (b. 1969, Columbia, South Carolina; lives in Los Angeles); Wangechi Mutu​ (b. 1972, Nairobi; lives in Nairobi and New York); The Neighborhood Story Project​ (founded in 2004; based in New Orleans); Hương Ngô​ (b. 1979 Hong Kong; lives in Chicago); Jennifer Packer​ (b. 1984, Philadelphia; lives in New York); Malcolm Peacock​ (b.1994, Raleigh, NC; Lives in New Orleans); Anastasia Pelias​ (b.1959, New Orleans; lives in New Orleans); Naudline Pierre​ (b. 1989, Leomister, Massachusetts; lives in New York); Kameelah Janan Rasheed​ (b. 1985, East Palo Alto, California; lives in New York); Eric-Paul Riege​ (b. 1994, Gallup, NM; lives in Gallup, NM); Jamilah Sabur​ (b. 1987, St. Andrew Parish, Jamaica; lives in Miami); Beatriz Santiago Muñoz​ (b. 1972, San Juan, Puerto Rico; lives in San Juan, Puerto Rico); Welmon Sharlhorne​ (b. 1952, Houma, Louisiana; lives in New Orleans); Kiki Smith​ (b. 1954, Nuremberg, Germany; lives in New York); Carlos Villa​ (b. 1936, San Francisco; d. 2013, San Francisco); Nari Ward​ (b. 1963, Saint Andrew Parish, Jamaica; lives in New York); Cosmo Whyte​ (b. 1982, St. Andrew Parish, Jamaica; lives in Atlanta)

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