Summer Art Preview

Just as flowers take root in graveyards, the lavish, colorful installations of the Jamaican artist Ebony G. Patterson reflect nature’s beauty while revealing dark truths, particularly relating to colonialist legacies. A monumental glass peacock and a glittering flock of sculptural vultures are among the elements in her site-specific project, titled “. . . things come to thrive . . . in the shedding . . . in the molting . . . ,” at the New York Botanical Garden. (Opens May 27.)


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May 19, 2023