Artnet names A Thousand Plateaus at Jenkins Johnson Projects One Of 16 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week

Chris Berntsen, Erotohistoriography Riis 1960/2017, 2019, in "A Thousand Plateaus" at Jenkins Johnson Projects. Courtesy of the artist and Jenkins Johnson Projects.

13. “A Thousand Plateaus” at Jenkins Johnson Projects

 

Never been to the Prospect-Lefferts Gardens project space of San Francisco’s Jenkins Johnson Gallery before? There’s no better opportunity than the last week of the art world’s summer. Curated by contemporary Renaissance Man Hank Willis Thomas with Daphne Takahashi, “A Thousand Plateaus” brings together four artists—Chris Berntsen, Camille Hoffman, Kambui Olujimi, and Patrice Renee Washington—who use collage and assemblage to piece together dynamic, multifaceted identities freed from the limits of either/or thinking. Consider it your inspiration to embrace all you can do, and be, in the final frame of 2019… and beyond.

 

Location: Jenikns Johnson Projects, 207 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn
Price: Free
Time: Monday–Friday, 11 a.m.–6 p.m. (and by appointment)

 

—Tim Schneider