Sonya Blesofksy in NewYorkTimes: What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week

Posted 9 January, 2019

Sonya Blesofsky's solo-exhibition "sneaking into the monument lot from the building on the right" featured in the New York Times article "What to See in New York Galleries This Week". Jillian Stienhauer writes "Art spaces today are typically pristine and white, or else ... Continue reading

Jane South inducted to the National Academicians Class of 2018, National Academy

Posted 14 November, 2018

Jane South inducted to the National Academicians Class of 2018, National Academy. "Becoming a National Academician is one of the highest honors in American art and architecture and cannot be applied for or solicited. In a tradition dating back to 1825, current members confidentially nominate and elect a new ... Continue reading

Artforum Critic's Picks feature Shane Darwent: Flat End DOme

Posted 8 November, 2018

"One thing I love about Shane Darwent’s show here, his first at the gallery, is that it feels uniquely American—imbued with a plainspoken sentimentality for this country’s rural and suburban spaces." Shane Darwent's FLAT END DOME featured in Artforum's Critic's Pick. Full article here.... Continue reading

Mark Dagley at Musée des beaux-arts - La Chaux-de-Fonds

Posted 31 October, 2018

Mark Dagley's Direct newly on display at Musée des beaux-arts - La Chaux-de-Fonds. Mark Dagley Direct, 1987 Acrylic, polymer resin, on canvas and wood Continue reading

Group Exhibition at Brownstone Foundation

Posted 9 October, 2018

Group exhibition organized by The Brownstone Foundation, "Buena Vista, Contemporary Art in Cuba" is featured on the cover of The Art Newspaper. Artists featured include: Belkis Ayón, Abel Barroso, Alejandro Campins, Roberto Diago, Humberto Diaz, Alexis Esquivel, Diana Fonseca, René Francisco, Alexis Leyva Machado dit Kc... Continue reading

Hyperallergic: Abstraction with a Political Conscience

Posted 7 October, 2018

Olivier Mosset, Abstraction with a Political Conscience on Hyperallergic. Gwenaël Kerlidou writes "What separates Olivier Mosset from the rest of the group, however, is his rejection of a signature style. Buren owns the vertical stripes — and was upset when Mosset showed stripe paintings in 1974 — while Toroni has t... Continue reading

Olivier Mosset Installation, MAMO Marseille, France

Posted 7 July, 2018

Olivier Mosset Installation opens at Marseille-Modulor MAMO, Marseille, France, on their fifth anniversary. The large-scale roof installation features two new multi-panel works painted with Chameleon paint, and a Harley Davidson '74 Panhead. July 07 - September 30, 2018 MAMO Centre d'art de la Cité Radieuse 280 Boulevard Michelet 13008 Marseille, France For more i... Continue reading

Lori Hersberger: Before Synthmesc, Collectors Depot

Posted 30 April, 2018

Lori Hersberger: Before Synthmesc Friday, Dec.15, 2017 – Monday, Apr.30, 2018 A solo exhibition of works at Collectors Depot Portschach / Klagenfurt (Austria) Views from the artist's website here. Collector's Depot Continue reading

Anna Galtarossa, ‘Everyday Objects’ With Tiffany & Co. at Milan’s Salone del Mobile

Posted 15 April, 2018

A window installation by Anna Galtarossa will be featured among acclaimed artists Marilyn Minter, Laurie Simmons, Shantell Martin, and Anna-Wili Highfield at Tiffany & Co.'s home collection at Milan’s Salone del Mobile. Artnet's Christine Chu writes "Using familiar materials in an unconventional way, Anna Galtarossa, is... Continue reading

Skip Arnold: Electric Billboard on Sunset Blvd, LA

Posted 1 April, 2018

Skip Arnold's Hopscotch, Jumping, and Roll performances to air 0n The Rich Picture, Electronic Billboard on Sunset (8410 Sunset Blvd) in Los Angeles, CA, curated by Jessica Rich. 1 April - 31 May 2018 Airing every 20 minutes The emphasis is on space and how/what my body does or can do. The ... Continue reading

Jane South to Participate in Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts, American Academy of Arts and Letters

Posted 8 March, 2018

Big congrats to Jane South chosen from over one hundred submitted nominees to exhibit in the American Academy of Arts and Letters's invitational exhibition of visual arts. The prestigious group show will be held at the galleries of the American Academy of Arts and Letters on Audubon Terrace, ... Continue reading

Skip Arnold: Truffle Hunt at ICA, Los Angeles

Posted 28 January, 2018

Skip Arnold's Truffle Hunt , 1998, on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. "Truffle Hunt illustrates some of the more distinctive, recurring themes of longtime Los Angeles-based artist Skip Arnold’s pioneering performance practice—the desire “to explore the relationships between self, place, and particular time.” Original... Continue reading

Olivier Mosset, Monumental Orange Paintings at Massimo de Carlo, Milan

Posted 24 January, 2018

Olivier Mosset's monumental, five-panel, orange monochrome paintings will be shown at a solo exhibition at Massimo de Carlo, Milan. The large scale paintings were initially made back in 2002 for a solo exhibition at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, and features the gallery's old orange logo color. 2002 SBG Exhibition Press Release: &... Continue reading

Mark Dagley: Radical Structures on Hyperallergic

Posted 1 January, 2018

Mark Dagley: Radical Structures reviewed by Stephen Maine for Hyperallergic. "The show is both focused and freewheeling, underscoring the recursive nature of Dagley’s pursuit; the artist revisits material, compositional, and conceptual ideas over the long haul, turning them over in his mind to see if there’s so... Continue reading

Stefan Hirsig at Haverkampf Galerie

Posted 1 July, 2017

Stefan Hirsig to feature new work in a solo exhibition at Haverkampf Galerie, Berlin. Titled "Schnee Von Heute" (Today's Snow), Haverkampf writes, "Today, when the course of the world imposes a dull resignation upon the artist, when rationality no longer wants to master its feelings, ... Continue reading

Jesse Chun Public Commission at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Posted 25 April, 2017

For a site-specific commission by Brooklyn Bridge Park, Jesse Chun's "Twenty Five Hours" presents a diverse body of work including new prints, paintings, and a wall decal that transforms data about the Brooklyn waterfront and the East River’s tides into visual poetry. Join artist Jesse Ch... Continue reading