Crossing Borders: Felix Gonzalez-Torres

Cuban-born Felix Gonzalez-Torres first came to New York in 1979 as a student, and he continued to live in the US until his untimely death from AIDS in Miami in 1996. He became known for a poetic brand of Conceptual art-making that confronted themes of queerness and mourning in the era of the AIDS crisis. Learn about Gonzalez-Torres and other immigrant artists:

Our digital exhibition “Crossing Borders,” presented as part of our #CitizensBorders initiative, showcases works from MoMA’s collection by artists who immigrated to the U.S., often as refugees in search of safe haven. Explore all the works at

[Felix Gonzalez-Torres (b. Cuba. 1957–1996). “Untitled” (Perfect Lovers). c. 1991. Gift of the Dannheisser Foundation. © 2017 The Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation, Courtesy Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York]

Elliott Hundley at Andrea Rosen Gallery

A woman calmly looks out from a storm of activity in this detail from a new collage by Elliott Hundley at Andrea Rosen Gallery, suggesting that she is uniquely adapted to life in an environment of overload. Countless masks, eyes and assorted circular shapes - from lotus slices to flowers – are equal parts portal to another world and big brother. (In Chelsea through March 11th). Elliott Hundley, (detail of) Until the end, paper, oil, pins, glass, lotus, plastic, foam and linen over panel, 96 ½ x 80 ¼ x 8 ½ inches, 2017.

Christina Ricci, Andrea Rosen, Drew Droege, Dylan Stephens, Natalie Westling, Grace Bol, Tyg & Jenny Beth Thomas star in the Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2016 ad campaign. Photographed by David Sims, styled by Katie Grand, casting by Anita Bitton, hair by Guido Palau, makeup by Diane Kendal, nails by Jin Soon Choi & set design by Stefan Beckman.