SUMMER/16: Jesse Chun, On Paper

Posted 16 June, 2016

SBG is excited to announce our SUMMER/16 solo exhibition titled On Paper featuring three bodies of works by Jesse Chun. Chun (born 1984, South Korea) is a Brooklyn-based conceptual artist from Seoul, Hong Kong, New York, and Toronto. She reinterprets the visual rhetoric of bureaucratic paperwork involved in the ... Continue reading

Ariel Orozco at Galerie Perrotin, Paris

Posted 10 June, 2016

SBG is pleased to announce Ariel Orozco's inclusion in ¿Cómo te voy a olvidar? (How Could I Forget You), a group show at Galerie Perrotin featuring sixteen contemporary artists who are from, or exhibit a strong connection to, Mexico and its culture. "Some artists are established an... Continue reading

Anna Galtarossa at The Chocolate Factory Foundation

Posted 21 May, 2016

The Chocolate Factory Foundation, a historic culture center that once operated as a chocolate producing factory, reopens with an inaugurate installation by duo Daniel Gonzalez, and SBG artist, Anna Galtarossa. ¨ Anna will realize in a room of the Foundation a world unto itself, a dream-like ecosystem inspired by a... Continue reading

Olivier Mosset Record Breaking Sale

Posted 9 May, 2016

SBG Artist Olivier Mosset was included in Christie’s important May 8th auction, ¨Bound to Fail¨. The piece, Untitled, achieved a record breaking price of $137,000.00. Click the link for more info from AArtNews. Continue reading

Szabolcs Veres at Galerie Martin Kudlek

Posted 9 April, 2016

Szabolcs Veres will be opening One Year of Solitude at Galerie Martin Kudlek, Cologne. This solo show features the culmination of one year's worth of work by the artist working within the growing Cluj School of painters in Romania. One Year of Solitude Galerie Martin Kudlek Cologne, Germany ... Continue reading

Szabolcs Veres featured in Christie's Editorial

Posted 4 March, 2016

SBG artist Szabolcs Veres, his community of contemporary painters, and the growing interest in Romanian art, featured in Christie's editorial "The abandoned paintbrush factory producing art’s new superstars". "Aptly centred on a brutalist paintbrush factory-turned-contemporary art space, the Fabrica de Pensule, the school is tr... Continue reading

SBG on Artsy

Posted 19 February, 2016

SBG is now live on ARTSY! Follow us for latest updates on exhibitions, artists, and artworks for sale. For inquiries, click on the Contact tab or email us at Continue reading

Jeff Gabel Wall Text Transcript

Posted 23 January, 2016

Upon completion of the installation, Jeff Gabel steps back and revisits the project with a complete transcript of the text, as seen below. For the full text and bibliography, click here. South wall, top left (left most corner) Hey tits, No reason, just car, just drive across the ... Continue reading

Tessa Farmer at the Wood Street Galleries

Posted 22 January, 2016

Tessa Farmer will be participating in Pastoral Noir: New English Landscapes at the Wood Street Galleries. Shown alongside other visual and sonic artists including Jem Finer, Ghost Box Records, Tony Heywood & Alison Condie, Autumn Richardson & Richard Skelton, and Semiconductor, Pastoral Noir investigates the English Landscape through ... Continue reading

Skip Arnold at Christine König Galerie

Posted 14 January, 2016

Skip Arnold's latest performance, Hulahoop, is currently on view at Christine König Galerie in conjunction with work by Viennese artist, Andreas Duscha. Displayed in color video with sound, the 2015 pieces will be shown alongside his earlier Action work. Third Room: Skip Arnold | Hulahoop Christine König Galerie Vi... Continue reading

Jeff Gabel at the gallery

Posted 17 November, 2015

In the week since he began work, Jeff Gabel has made tremendous progress on his wall drawing at the gallery. The introduction of color into his work has resulted in a riotous and exuberant installation, now sprawling across the entire space. It is still a work in progress, ... Continue reading

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