Jule Korneffel in the Brooklyn Rail, Art Seen

Posted 1 April, 2022

Jule Korneffel's Here comes the night reviewed in the Brooklyn Rail's Art Seen, by Andrew Shea. "With Here comes the night, an exhibition of eight acrylic paintings now at Spencer Brownstone, Jule Korneffel declares a similar infatuation with twilight atmosphere. The gallery’s press release states that in... Continue reading

Jule Korneffel in Hyperallergic

Posted 13 March, 2022

Jule Korneffel's second solo exhibition with the gallery, Here comes the night, reviewed by John Yau on Hyperallergic: The Pleasures of Slow Looking. "Initially inspired by Mary Heilmann’s seemingly casual approach to abstraction, Jule Korneffel has moved steadily deeper into her own territory. In her debut ex... Continue reading

Shane Darwent, Sun Smoke, in the NYTimes

Posted 27 January, 2022

Shane Darwent's "Sun Smoke" featured in the NYTImes "What to See in NYC Galleries Right Now." Blake Gopnik writes: "They work very nicely as exercises in shape and composition that cleverly deploy, and recast, a humble material normally found along city streets. But ... Continue reading

New Museum Triennial: Soft Water Hard Stone, in the New York Times

Posted 4 November, 2021

The 2021 New Museum Triennial featuring work by Krista Clark in the NYTimes, "New Museum Triennial Explores the Hidden Strengths of Soft Power" by Holland Cotter. "The New Museum’s fifth Triennial exhibition, titled “Soft Water Hard Stone,” is largely a product of lockdown. Much of the wo... Continue reading

A Closer Look, at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, on Two Coats of Paint

Posted 16 August, 2021

SBG's summer group show, Honoring the Dog-Legging Horizon reviewed by Jacob Patrick Brooks on Two Coats of Paint. "Contributed by Jacob Patrick Brooks / As you walk into “Honoring the Dog-Legging Horizon” at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, something feels off. The sense is vague at first, but it becomes clea... Continue reading

Katie Bell in Cultbytes

Posted 10 June, 2021

Katie Bell's ARENA featured in Cultybytes: "Katie Bell Brings Both Logic and Chance to her Playful “ARENA” by Annabel Keenna. "Bell’s first show with Spencer Brownstone Gallery, “ARENA” brings together an array of materials and shapes, both found and fabricated. Though her background is in painting, ... Continue reading

Katie Bell in Art in America

Posted 28 May, 2021

Katie Bell's ARENA reviewed by David Everitt Howe for Art in America. "There’s a rich history of scatter pieces in Post-Minimalist art, starting around 1967 when Robert Morris, Richard Serra, and Barry Le Va started flinging around chunky felt, dirt, steel, broken glass, and—in a famed piec... Continue reading

Jane South Awarded 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship

Posted 8 April, 2021

Jane South has been awarded the prestigious 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship. Created in 1925 by Senator Simon and Olga Guggenheim in memory of their son John Simon Guggenheim, the Foundation has offered fellowships to exceptional individuals in pursuit of scholarship in any field of knowledge and creation in any art form, ... Continue reading

Krista Clark in Upcoming New Museum Triennial

Posted 3 April, 2021

Krista Clark included in the upcoming New Museum Triennial: Soft Water Hard Stone, curated by Margot Norton and Jamillah James. "New York, NY...The New Museum announces the 2021 Triennial, “Soft Water Hard Stone,” on view from October 27, 2021 to January 23, 2022. Installed throughout all of the Museum’s galleries, the fi... Continue reading

Mira Dayal on Pollinate.co

Posted 2 April, 2021

...as Artist, Cartographer, and Architect: Mira Dayal at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, a review of Mira Dayal's "...In that Empire..." by Emily Conklin on Pollinate.co. "The 2D and the 3D come together here as Dayal engages the gallery with the eye and aptitude of an ... Continue reading

Mira Dayal Interview with Etty Yaniv on Artspiel

Posted 1 April, 2021

Mira Dayal: In that Empire at Spencer Brownstone Gallery An interview between Mira Dayal and Etty Yaniv of Artspiel offers a closer look at the concepts present in her exhibition, "...In that Empire...". "That balance of specificity and expansiveness, material intrigue and critical rigor, is ... Continue reading

Mira Dayal in Hyperallergic

Posted 13 March, 2021

Mira Dayal reviewed in Hyperallergic's Weekend Reviews: Mira Dayal Maps a Gallery Floor, by Louis Bury. "These quiet deformations of gallery space suggest another allegorical layer to …In that Empire: the way in which cultural values change across time. In Borges’s story, each new generation finds faul... Continue reading

Mira Dayal in Artefuse

Posted 11 March, 2021

Mira Dayal's ...In that Empire, the Art of Cartography attained such Perfection that the map of a single Province occupied the entirety of a City, and the map of the Empire, the entirety of a Province... reviewed on Artfuse by Sophia Ma. Full article here. Continue reading

Mira Dayal in the Art Newspaper

Posted 19 February, 2021

Mira Dayal's ...In that Empire, the Art of Cartography attained such Perfection that the map of a single Province occupied the entirety of a City, and the map of the Empire, the entirety of a Province. In time, those Unconscionable Maps no longer satisfied, and the Cartographers Guilds ... Continue reading

Jane South, Switch Back in Momus

Posted 13 January, 2021

Jane South's Switch Back featured in Momus: "We Are Gathered Here to Grieve: Salvaging, Mourning, and ‘Cargo Cult Formalism’ in New York," by Andrew Woolbright. "After the stay-at-home order lifted in New York City, the first show I visited was Jane South’s at Spencer Browns... Continue reading

Ariel Orozco on Artnet News

Posted 4 January, 2021

Ariel Orozco's Have a seat and let me tell you on Artnet News: How Mexico City’s Epic Traffic Jams Inspired Cuban Artist Ariel Orozco’s Latest New York Show "In “Have a seat and let me tell you,” the artist’s second solo exhibition with New York’s Spe... Continue reading