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Teresita Fernández

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The Brooklyn Rail

May 1, 2017

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The Art Newspaper

March 4, 2017

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The future of the arts is Latinx: Q&A with artist Teresita Fernandez

October 5 2016

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Art21

September 24, 2016

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Discovering the World From Nature's Many Perspectives Hyperallergic

December 31 2015

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Women in Art: Teresita Fernández

November 30 2015

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At Grace Farms, Encountering Art at Every Bend New York Times

November 28 2015

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Interview with Sculptor Teresita Fernández Aesthetica Magazine

November 24 2015

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Sculpting the Public: Teresita Fernández Wants You In Her Work Modern Painters

October 31 2015

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Grace Farms Draws Praise Stamford Advocate

October 19 2015

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The Spiritual and Spectacular Meet at an Ultramodern Community Center in Connecticut New York Times

October 16 2015

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Poetry Under Fata Morgana Organized by Teresita Fernández and Emanuel Xavier

September 17 2015

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ArtNexus Teresita Fernández. Fata Morgana.

August 11, 2015

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Arte al Dia International

June 2015

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Cultured Magazine

April 18, 2015

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WSJ Artist Teresita Fernández Transforms New York’s Madison Square Park

March 31, 2015

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Departures Magazine Artist of the Moment: Teresita Fernández

January 9, 2015

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Gothamist Massive 500-Foot-Long Canopy Coming To Madison Square Park

November 11, 2014

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New York Times

November 6, 2014

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Modern Art Notes Podcast

August 18, 2014

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W Magazine

July 17, 2014

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The Brooklyn Rail

July/August 2014

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Sculpture

November 2013

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Art Bahrain

Fall 2013 - Winter 2014

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Architectural Digest

October 2013

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Modern Painters

October 2013

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South China Morning Post

September 26, 2013

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Whitewall

February 1, 2013

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W Magazine

October 2012

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The Wall Street Journal

September 14, 2012

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Artinfo

September 12, 2012

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Bloomberg

September 5, 2012

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Whitewall

November 30, 2011

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W Magazine

November 30, 2011

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The New York Observer

September 19, 2011

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White House Appoints Artist Teresita Fernandez to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts

September 2011

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Art in Asia

August 31, 2011

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Artdaily

May 26, 2011

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artdaily

January 31, 2011

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Artinfo

November 16, 2010

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Financial Times

April 9, 2010

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Bob Magazine Issue 67

February 28, 2010

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Artforum

February 28, 2010

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Art Lies

February 28, 2010

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Monocle

October 31, 2009

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Anne Stringfield Interview

October 31, 2009

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David Norr Essay

October 31, 2009

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Dave Hickey Essay

October 31, 2009

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Annette DiMeo Carlozzi Essay

October 31, 2009

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The Business Times

September 19, 2009

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Artforum

August 31, 2009

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St. Petersburg Times

August 23, 2009

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Dallas Morning News

August 8, 2009

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...might be good

February 6, 2009

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Blackbird

August 31, 2008

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Vogue

April 1, 2007

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Tema Celeste

October 22, 2005

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USA Today

September 20, 2005

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ArtNexus

June 1, 2005

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ArtReview

April 1, 2005

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Art + Auction

March 1, 2005

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Art in America

November 1, 2003

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Art in America

March 1, 2003

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Art in America

December 1, 2001

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September 1, 2001

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New York Times

March 21, 1999

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MOCA Cleveland Winter Exhibition Features Teresita Fernández Sculptural Installations

CLEVELAND, OH - The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland opened its winter exhibition on Friday, Jan. 28, 2011, featuring the work of Teresita Fernández, internationally known for immersive installations and evocative large-scale sculptures that address space, light and perception.

Also on view are a video installation, Javier Téllez, Letter on the Blind for the Use of Those Who See, and a new body of small-scale assemblages by Cleveland artist Lorri Ott.

All three exhibitions will run through May 8, 2011.

Teresita Fernández: Blind Landscape presents a spectrum of the artist’s most recent and ambitious projects created between 2005-2009, including three recent large-scale sculptures, a series of eight wall works and a monumental drawing made on site. Featured among the large-scale works is Vertigo (sotto en su) from 2007, comprised of layers of precision-cut, highly polished metal woven into a reflective and intricate arboreal pattern suspended high above the viewer. One of the wall pieces, Portrait (Blind Landscapes), from which the exhibition draws its name, is made of polished precision cut stainless steel and enamel. Fernandez’s work vacillates between object and optical phenomena, often doubling as screens, mirrors and lenses, while exploring the relationship between nature and perception.

The exhibition is curated by David Louis Norr, Chief Curator, and organized by USF Contemporary Art Museum, Institute for Research in Art, Tampa.

Javier Tellez, Letter on the Blind for the Use of Those Who See documents on video six blind individuals as they touch and respond to a live elephant. Based loosely on an Indian fable, the film balances footage of these interactions with verbal commentary by each person about his or her blindness. The raw environment – an empty swimming pool in Brooklyn’s McCarren Park – sharpens the men’s distinctive physical and emotional response to the elephant. The film serves as a thoughtful meditation on the deeply personal and affective nature of all perception.

On view in the William D. Ginn Gallery, this exhibition was organized by MOCA Cleveland and coordinated by Megan Lykins Reich, Director of Education and Associate Curator.

In the Lorri Ott passive voices exhibition, the artist combines glossy pigmented resin with mundane found objects, such as rags, asphalt and cardboard, to create subtle but potent contrasts in form, technique and medium. These luscious visual relationships give rise to hauntingly allusive artworks that embody the dramatic range of human emotion and experience.

This Pulse Series Exhibition, organized by MOCA Cleveland, is curated by Megan Lykins Reich, Director of Education and Associate Curator.