The Brookline Arts Center (BAC) is pleased to present BODYMONOPOLIZINGPOLITICKING, a series of four exhibitions curated by Camilo Alvarez in the BAC’s Annex Gallery. Dell Hamilton will be on view from February 8 until March 3, 2021.

Dell Marie Hamilton is a Boston-based interdisciplinary artist, writer, and independent curator. Working across a variety of media including performance, painting, photography, and video, she uses the body to investigate the social and geopolitical constructions of personal memory, citizenship, gender, and history. She has presented solo performances in New York at the Panoply Performance Lab and the Five Myles Gallery as well as extensively in and around New England including Boston University’s 808 Gallery, the Museum of Fine Arts/Boston, and Dartmouth College’s Hood Museum of Art. In 2019, she also performed at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, where she became the first performance artist – in their 64-year-history – to perform in their galleries.

She was a participating artist in the 13th Havana Biennial as part of Afro-Cuban artist Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons’s curatorial project, Intermittent Rivers, and her most recent curatorial project, “Nine Moments for Now,” was ranked by as one of 2018’s top 20 exhibitions in the U.S. Dell, along with her collaborator, Magda Fernandez, are also part of the U.S. Latinx Art Forum’s 2021 inaugural cohort of recipients of the Charla Fund, a Ford Foundation-sponsored initiative that provides grants to Latinx artists.

Alexi Antoniadis kicked off the series January 15 – February 8, 2021; Rosie Ranauro will be on view from March 3 – 26, 2021; and Evelyn Rydz and Gabriel Sosa from March 26 – April 19, 2021.

Alvarez, who juried Red, White, and Blue at the BAC in 2018, is Owner/Director of Samsøñ Projects. All exhibitions, receptions, and artist talks at the BAC are free and open to the public. Public art and exhibitions in the Annex Gallery are viewable twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week from the window in Monmouth Park. For more information about virtual receptions and exhibition programming, follow the BAC on Instagram @brooklineartcenter as well as @samsonprojects. Talks with the artists and curator will be announced soon.

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