Katie Bell's "Edges in Search of Form" on Hyperallergic

Posted 15 May, 2024

Katie Bell’s new exhibition builds on her continuing interest in El Lissitzky’s Proun Rooms and other Constructivist goodness, but here she incorporates elements that bring to mind the Memphis Group oeuvre and commercial display culture as much as fine art. Her large drawing-like sculpture “In Search of For... Continue reading

Szabolcs Veres in Artsy's "9 Artists We Discovered at the New York Art Fairs 2024"

Posted 3 May, 2024

Close to the front entrance at NADA, Spencer Brownstone Gallery’s group presentation drew guests into its booth throughout the first day of the fair. As I walked up and down the four floors of 548 West to view the rest of the fair, I kept returning to see Sz... Continue reading

NADA New York 2024

Posted 2 May, 2024

Spencer Brownstone Gallery will be included in the 10th edition of NADA New York, which will be held in West Chelsea’s gallery district May 2–5, 2024 at 548 West. NADA New York 2024 will showcase a dynamic selection from 92 galleries, art spaces, and non-profit organizations spanning 15 countries and 31 cities including Athens, Buch... Continue reading

Szabolcs Veres at Zona Maco 2024

Posted 7 February, 2024

Spencer Brownstone Gallery is pleased to present new paintings by Szabolcs Veres at Zona Maco Mexico Arte Contemporáneo. LOCATION Booth EJ23 Centro Citibanamex Av. del Conscripto 311, Lomas de Sotelo, Miguel Hidalgo, 11200, Mexico City HOURS Wed 7 February: 17:00-20:00 Thu 8-Fri 9 February: 13:00-20:00 Sat 10 February, 2024: 12:00-20:00 Sun 11 February, 2024: 11:00-18:00 Continue reading

Interview with Jane South on Two Coats of Paint

Posted 10 October, 2023

Jane South and Sangram Majumdar both have paintings on view this month on the Lower East Side — South in “Halfway Off” at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, and Majumdar in “Confetti in the Shade“,“ a two-person exhibition with Miko Veldkamp at Nathalie Karg. Majumdar got together with South for a conversation... Continue reading

Jane South's "Halfway Off" in the Brooklyn Rail

Posted 4 October, 2023

Wonderful review of Jane South's current solo exhibition "Halfway Off" in the October issue of The Brooklyn Rail, penned by Andrew Woolbright. Big thanks to Andrew Woolbright for your words. "For her current exhibition Halfway Off, South continues to produce from the mind of the ... Continue reading

Jane South's "Halfway Off" on Hyperallergic

Posted 14 September, 2023

Jane South's Halfway Off featured on Hyperallergic's 15 Art Shows to See in New York in September 2023. "When I look at Jane South’s detail-rich canvases, I see the hulking suspension bridges of New York City, where she’s based, and the gray skies of Manchester in the UK, ... Continue reading

Jane South's Halfway Off featured on ArtForum's Must See shows

Posted 5 September, 2023

Halfway Off is Jane South’s seventh solo exhibition with the gallery. Read more here. Continue reading


Posted 18 August, 2023

"For Jule Korneffel, there's magic in repetition. The German-born, Brooklyn-based artist usually spends her time playing with pigments and color recipes from old masters to use in her intuitive works. But between brushstrokes, it's not unusual to find Jule hitting her favorite yoga mat to practice the ... Continue reading

Mira Dayal's Track Changes: A Handbook for Art Criticism is Now Available

Posted 17 August, 2023

Critics who “have an agenda” are admonished for putting social, ideological, or political concerns ahead of honest judgments. But are judgments ever neutral? How can agendas productively heighten the stakes and impact of criticism? In Track Changes: A Handbook for Art Criticism, twenty-five art writers and editors share stra... Continue reading

SBG joins NADA

Posted 11 August, 2023

Spencer Bronwstone Gallery is thrilled to announce that SBG is now a member of NADA. We look forward to contributing to this amazing community of dealers and art lovers. "NADA is excited to announce the addition of 24 new members to its international alliance of galleries and nonprofit ... Continue reading

Tulsa International Airport Commissions Shane Darwent for New Installation

Posted 10 August, 2023

Tulsa International Airport [TUL] announced that Shane Darwent will create a one-of-a-kind suspended art installation for the terminal, which is expected to be completed by summer 2024. With a total cost of $225,000, this public art project will be the largest investment the airport has funded for its collection. The ... Continue reading

Terminus in Two Coats of Paint

Posted 8 August, 2023

The best painting-centric guide to art galleries in NYC, Brooklyn, and Queens / This month in Brooklyn we look forward to seeing “Frances Brady, Much More Together,” a collaborative collage project created by Marta Lee and Anika Steppe at Underdonk (opens on August 5) and Barbara Friedman’s solo show “The Hyst... Continue reading

Krista Clark featured in Sculpture Magazine

Posted 20 July, 2023

Krista Clark's practice is featured in the July/August 2023 issue of Sculpture Magazine, by Rebecca Dimling Cochran. "In Krista Clark’s deft hands, the languages of architecture and sculpture collide, with line, composition, color, volume, and space all coming into play. Her works are crafted from materials ty... Continue reading

Katie Bell in The Picture, Acquavella Galleries podcast

Posted 20 February, 2023

Katie Bell with Acquavella director and curator Michael Findlay, and Robert Slifkin, Professor of Fine Arts at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, discussed the origins of minimalism and how, though the term is now widely understood as an artistic and aesthetic style, it was not ... Continue reading

Jeff Gabel in Two Coats of Paint

Posted 21 January, 2023

Jeff Gabel's selective report of details of a largely fabricated memory of the porous history of sporadic reflection and observation efforts with no urgency reviewed by Jonathan Stevenson in Two Coats of Paint. "For Gabel, a serious wiseacre, subtext is almost everything. It’s easy to imagine a ... Continue reading