i am still alive : politics + life in contemporary drawing

I Am Still Alive is an exhibit currently open at MoMA. I visited this past weekend and enjoyed many of the included works, so many of which incorporated letter forms. León Ferrari's Untitled piece is pictured above, one of my very favorites from the collection.

The focus of the exhibit is on how different artists have expressed their existence and individual humanity in the wider context of their cultural and political environments -- be it at odds or in sync. I highly recommend a visit. The show is up until September 19th.

Below left, León Ferrari, La batalla estaba en sus momentos definitorios (The battle was in its definitive moments). Below right, José Leonilson, To Make Your Soul Close to Me.

Below, Guy de Cointet, We must not think that cold...

And finally a close shot of Danh Vo, Death Sentence:

I Am Still Alive: Politics and Everyday Life in Contemporary Drawing March 23–September 19, 2011 Museum of Modern Art, The Paul J. Sachs Drawings Galleries, third floor