Caron Tabb’s newest show, Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport explores many subjects, from her white privilege to how all viewers can engage in social justice through art. Using not only her own works, body, mind and experience, but also gallery walls, Tabb’s feminist contemporary art as a jewish female artist leads to unique creations. Weaving in her South African origins, her Israeli upbringing and her last two decades in the United States, Tabb’s unique yet international style in art sets her apart. Now working from Boston, her conceptual wall art and sculptures continue to grow and evolve.
Within Caron Tabb’s newest show, “Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport“, a series of rotating installations entitled What Now; Making Space will take place. As
In deep preparation for Caron Tabb’s upcoming solo exhibition, “Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport“, Beacon Gallery has partnered with JArts (Jewish Arts Collaborative) to
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