Founded in 1965, CAFAM exhibits artists whose work is often not represented in larger art institutions.
CAFAM is a place to both see and make art, focusing on redefining craft and folk art.
Works focus on innovative, unconventional techniques and ideas
Furniture and housewares covered in brightly colored faux fur create soft, Interactive, spaces
Multi-layered works explore the destruction caused by present-day environmental crises
New body of work addresses neglected histories in social and artistic hierarchies
40 works relating to Iranian culture and heritage
Dedicated to multicultural coexistence, survival of indigenous peoples, and experiences of joy
Works chronicle the history, struggles, and triumphs of Black life
Works created by LGBTQ artists who are currently incarcerated
10 artists reflect on colonialism, slavery, and globalization
Works represent tensions through woven sculpture, choreography, and multi-media text/ile performance
Works by a Bombay-born, Brooklyn-based sculptor and social practice artist
Works made from objects and materials found in domestic environments and construction sites