July 23, 2021 – November 7, 2021
In his first U.S. institutional exhibition, Kuwaiti-born, Giza-based artist Ibrahim Ahmed invites you to explore powerful mythic narratives. These are the stories that have influenced the migrations of so many from the Global South – including his own family.
Through photo collage, sculpture, video, and large-scale installation, Ahmed wrestles with the cultural forces that prevail in the working-class neighborhood of Ard El Lewa in Giza, within his family, and even his own body.READ MORE
November 6, 2020 – September 12, 2021
A Field is a new, site-responsive commission by Los Angeles-based artist Kandis Williams. Williams addresses the regimes of control associated with labor, including at prison farms in Virginia. A Field takes place within a greenhouse, surrounding the viewer with plant sculptures.READ MORE
October 5, 2020 – September 10, 2021
Located in the Soul N’ Vinegar café space, this exhibition celebrates artist Bukuru Nyandwi and the important resources Milk River Arts provides to artists in Richmond. The wallpaper, banner, prints, and community bulletin board that make up this project are a testament to Milk River Arts’ dedication and care for their community of neurodiverse artists.READ MORE