Press for p e r Sway at Locust Projects Basel Miami 


A Look Around Miami Galleries, From the Pop-Up Spaces of Out-of-Towners to Local Stalwarts 

Andrew Russeth

"One was a razor-sharp display of New York–based artist Nancy Davidson’s hilarious and, at moments, frighting sculptures at the stalwart local nonprofit Locust Projects. There are looming eyes, swirls of DNA, and other enlarged corporeal forms, made out of fabric and displayed together in a wildly lit room that points to Pee-wee’s Playhouse, bygone amusement parks, and ’80s dance clubs. It is a seductively sinister display, a Venus flytrap of a show."


The Art Newspaper

Playtime takes a sinister turn at Locust Project Exhibition

Sarah P. Hanson



Timely, Exciting Work by Women Artists at Miami Art Week

Monica Uszerowicz


"Locust Projects Presents A Surreal, Politically Charged Installation by Interdisciplinary Artist Nancy Davidson" an essay for the show at Locust Projects, December, 2017

Ricardo Mor


Nancy Davidson: Cowgirl

Text by Jessica Brier, Renee M. Laegreid, Leisl Carr-Childers
Published by Daylight
Distributed by D.A.P.  |  Distributed  Art  Publishers

In her sculpture and installation works, New York-­based artist Nancy Davidson (born 1943), recipient of a 2014 Guggenheim Fellowship, celebrates and satirizes popular culture. A central example is the American cowgirl. This publication combines archival cowgirl photographs with images of Davidson's sculptures, photographs of photographs and installations.

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