December 09, 2019
The Brazilian artist's exhibition shares a radiography of how "humanity affects the world."...
"Anyone willing to view Alice Miceli’s Projeto Chernobyl on its own terms...will be richly rewarded," writes Ilana Novick in Hyperallergic.
"The result is a series of haunting abstracts of manmade catastrophe and a post-human landscape," writes Matthew Marani in The Architect's Newspaper.
Brazilian artist Alice Miceli talks about her exhibition Projeto Chernobyl to Art in America's Emily Watlington.
The Art Newspaper features Alice Miceli: Projeto Chernobyl in its weekly "Three to see" roundup.
"Miceli raises questions about the consequences of radical progression and humanity’s negative impact on the environment," writes Charlie Breen in Musée Magazine about Projeto Chernobyl.
Edited by Karen Marta and Gabriela Rangel, this is a fully illustrated pocket book released to accompany the same-titled exhibition at Americas Society.
Tim Schneider featured Alice Miceli: Projeto Chernobyl in artnet News' roundup of the "most exciting, and thought-provoking" shows and events.