Reclamation (and Place, Puerto Rico)
Low Relief for High Water
Holding Patterns
In Securities
Access Grove, Soft Stand
Hook Crook, Fair Foul
Matters in Shelter (and Place, Puerto Rico)
Eye of Palm
My Lands Are Islands
In Advance of a Storm
Site Set
Robert Moses He Knows Us


Hook Crooks
Responses to Site

A detail of a "squishy" dark brown ceramic handrail bracket with a gray handrail balanced on it.
Gabriela Salazar was born in New York City to architects from Puerto Rico. She has had solo exhibitions at NURTUREart; The Bronx River Arts Center; The Lighthouse Works, Fishers Island; Efrain Lopez Gallery, Chicago; The River Valley Arts Collective at the Al Held Foundation, New York, and with the Climate Museum, in Washington Square Park, NYC. Her work has been included in group shows at the Whitney Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park, the Queens Museum, El Museo del Barrio, The Drawing Center, Candice Madey Gallery, David Nolan Gallery and Storm King Art Center. Salazar’s work has also appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, hyperallergic, and The Brooklyn Rail. Residencies include Workspace (LMCC); Yaddo, The MacDowell Colony, Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Abrons Arts Center, “Open Sessions” at The Drawing Center, and the Socrates Emerging Artist Fellowship. She holds an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design, a BA from Yale University, and lives, works, and teaches in NYC.

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