Megan Sullivan

  • Doris Salcedo

    Doris Salcedo has spent much of the past thirty years exploring how the banal trappings of domestic life might bear the traces and traumas of those who lived amid them. Although the resulting sculptures address the cycles of political violence that have scarred her native Colombia, they are never dependent on the knowledge of specific events, operating instead by means of an unsettling embodiment of absence. This first retrospective of Salcedo’s career brings together a comprehensive selection of her sculptural production since the late