List Artists in the News

Gallery view with grey walls and cement flooring featuring welded steel drawings on the left and right, a monitor in the center, a steel platform at rear glows red from heat lamps underneath, and a black steel architecture snakes along the periphery of the space.

In the place of annihilation, where all the past was present and returned transformed, 2022. Welded steel; two-channel HD video, silent; stainless steel; cast bukhoor; heat lamps. Installation view: List Projects 25: Azza El Siddique, MIT List Visual Arts Center, 2022. Courtesy the artist and Helena Anrather, New York. Photo: Mel Taing. Courtesy MIT List Visual Arts Center

  • List Artist Azza El Siddique was short-listed for the 2022 Sobey Art Award.
  • Andrew Norman Wilson who exhibited List Projects 23 in October recently won Best International Short at the 2022 Palm Springs International ShortFest.
  • Sreshta Rit Premnath who exhibited Grave/Grove last fall was included in The Distance from Here, an international group show in Saudi Arabia. Grave/Grove traveled to the ICA San Diego in fall 2022.
  • Christine Sun Kim, who had a solo exhibition at the List Center in 2020, has drawings that are now part of the Tate Britain Permanent Collection. She also debuted a new mural at the Queens Museum in New York and a major solo exhibition at Haus Der Kunst in Munich, Germany.
  • Rami George, who exhibited List Projects 21 in 2020, was included in Documenta 15 in Kassel, Germany.
  • Following a public vote, two photographs and a wallpaper by Farah Al Qasimi who exhibited List Projects 19 in 2019 have been acquired by the city of Miami from Art Basel in Miami Beach through the Legacy Purchase Program. 
  • Adam Pendleton, who exhibited a List Project in 2018, had a monumental work installed at the Museum of Modern Art titled Who Is Queen?
  • Past exhibiting artists Nayland Blake, Adam Pendleton, Aria Dean, Sable Elyse Smith, and Rose Salane were included in the 2022 Whitney Biennial.
  • Kapwani Kiwana, who had a solo presentation in 2018, was featured in the main exhibition of the Venice Biennale and received a solo show at New York’s New Museum in June 2022.
  • Following her retrospective at the List Center in 2021, Leslie Thornton presented at Art Basel Unlimited in 2022.