Jeff Gabel in-situ at the gallery

Posted 10 November, 2015

Jeff Gabel starts on his wall drawing today, for his current exhibition, 28000 pages or, 'In Color': a mid-life crisis. As the name implies, he will be pulling from the thousands of pages he's read this year, with the addition of color, a first for his work at this ... Continue reading

Olivier Mosset at the Power Station

Posted 24 October, 2015

Olivier Mosset opens an exhibition of his work, 'Plan B' curated by Rob Teeters at the Power Station in Dallas, TX. Spanning the breadth of his long career, from its beginnings with the group BMPT, to the most recent of his paintings and collaborations with a younger generation ... Continue reading

Ariel Orozco at the Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery

Posted 18 October, 2015

An exhibition gathering together four contemporary Cuban artists, features an installation by Ariel Orozco, along with the work of Sandra Ceballos-Obaya, Angel Delgado and Sandra Ramos. Through Windows, Through Curtains, Call on Us examines the relationship between artistic expression and government control each of these artists navigates in ... Continue reading

Jane South at Helen Day Art Center

Posted 10 September, 2015

Jane South is included in the group exhibition Fractured: Works on Paper, currently on view at the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, VT. The exhibition is an exploration of "fractured space through the lens of structure, optics, and narrative" and features works on and of ... Continue reading

Martin Wöhrl creates public installation in Fulda

Posted 5 September, 2015

Martin Wöhrl has completed a commission for a large-scale outdoor sculpture, Feld, an oversized "wheat field" currently installed in the Domplatz, Fulda, DE. Standing 5 m tall, each of the dozen pieces is individually designed and painted. The installation was curated by Angelika Nollert in conjunction w... Continue reading

Tessa Farmer installation at Somerset quarry

Posted 1 August, 2015

Tessa Farmer is participating in the multi-venue, multi-disciplinary arts project step in stone taking place in and around a number of quarries in the Mendip Hills in Somerset, UK. The brainchild of Fiona Campbell and envisioned as an "art-in-quarries trail", step in stone uses art installations, ... Continue reading

Jeff Gabel short story featured in zine

Posted 25 June, 2015

In a change of pace for the artist, Jeff Gabel has written an original short story as his alter-ego, Thomas Stolperer, to be published in the inaugural issue of the zine, 'Psycho Holosuite'. Both standalone short fiction and preamble to his translation of an obscure german text, Gabel's ... Continue reading

Olivier Mosset awarded 2015 Prix Meret Oppenheim

Posted 16 June, 2015

Spencer Brownstone Gallery is pleased to announce that Olivier Mosset has been awarded the prestigious Prix Meret Oppenheim, awarded annually by the government of Switzerland for contributions to culture and to those whose practice has particular relevance to Swiss art in general. More information on the prize can ... Continue reading


Posted 9 June, 2015

We will be participating in this year's edition of Volta, held at the Markthalle in Basel, CH from June 15 - 20, 2015. For our booth we chose to feature the work of two of our artists, Cuban Ariel Orozco who had his New York debut with the gallery last fall, ... Continue reading

Ariel Orozco in 12th Bienal de La Habana

Posted 26 May, 2015

In conjunction with the 12th Bienal de La Habana, Ariel has created a site-specific installation that encompasses the city of Havana itself. Taking a simple string of flags and draping them through the streets, around colonnades, through windows and across balconies, he gives a festive touch to the ... Continue reading

Fred Eerdekens in traveling exhibition 'The Importance of Being'

Posted 12 May, 2015

Fred Eerdekens is one of 40 Belgian artists participating in a major exhibition, 'Importance of Being' which is scheduled to travel to major museums in South America over the next year. Curated by Sara Alonso Gómez, the aim is to present to a new audience a snapshot of t... Continue reading

Fred Eerdekens 'One Looking at it, One looking through'

Posted 30 April, 2015

In a triumphant return to New York after nearly 10 years, Fred Eerdekens mounts a spectacular exhibition of new work at the gallery. With the focal point a major new installation that covers half the gallery, this is a wonderful introduction to Fred's work for those unfamiliar with his ... Continue reading

Martin Wöhrl 'A Go Go' at Spencer Brownstone Gallery

Posted 4 March, 2015

We are excited to present a new series of paintings-on-record album covers by Munich-based artist, Martin Wöhrl. In tune with his more preposing wood and metal sculptural works, these simple pieces utilize the same found aesthetic and straight-forward reworking of color and form that Wöhrl is kn... Continue reading

Vermont Studio Center: Community of Influence

Posted 29 January, 2015

Spencer Brownstone Gallery is pleased to play host to Vermont Studio Center for the exhibition Community of Influence, curated by Chuck Webster. As a celebration of the Center’s 30th anniversary, the exhibition pulls from the over 500 artists who have worked there since its inception. Community of Influence Fe... Continue reading

Ariel Orozco ‘Presente Continuo’ at Spencer Brownstone Gallery

Posted 8 October, 2014

Presente Continuo October 9 – November 22 Opening reception, October 9 at 6 pm It is with pleasure that Spencer Brownstone Gallery announces Presente Continuo, the first solo exhibition in New York of Mexico City-based artist, Ariel Orozco. Ariel Orozco draws from his roots in performance in this exhibition of new work, stemming fr... Continue reading

Spencer Brownstone Gallery at VOLTA10

Posted 14 June, 2014

Spencer Brownstone Gallery is pleased to announce that we will be showing at this year’s edition of VOLTA, held at Markthalle in Basel, CH. In honor of the 10th anniversary of the fair, the Gallery will be presenting a special project featuring the work of gallery artists Ol... Continue reading