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Barry Stone is opening a solo show of new works, Daily, in a Nimble Sea at GAA Gallery in Provincetown, MA. July 14-31, 2017. 494 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657
David Gilbert will be showing photographs in Hurts to Laugh, curated by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, at Various Small Fires in Los Angeles. The show opens July 8th, 2017, 5-7 PM.
812 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90038
Benjamin Butler will be showing a painting in The Secret Life of Plants, co-curated by Jennifer Coates and Nick Lawrence, at Freight and Volume Gallery in New York. The show opens July 8th and runs until September 3rd, 2017. The Opening reception is Saturday, July 8th, 7pm – 10pm. 97 Allen St. (storefront), New York, NY 10002
On Saturday, June 3, “Repeater” by David Scanavino, opened at the Moody Center for the Arts in Houston. The site specific installation curated by Alison Weaver will be on view through August 26, 2017.
The Nancy Graves Foundation has named Sam Contis this year’s recipient of its annual Grants for Visual Artists program. Artnews
Pamela Jorden is opening a solo show, Sun Drawing Water, at Romer Young Gallery in San Francisco, CA. The show runs from May 25th – June 24, 2017. 1240 22nd St., San Francisco, CA
Alex Dodge is opening a show, The Infallibility of Lies, at Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton, NY. The show runs from May 20 – June 11, 2017. 79 Newtown Lane East Hampton, NY 11937
Glen Baldridge is having a two-person show with Elias Hansen at Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton, NY. The show runs from May 20 – June 11, 2017. 79 Newtown Lane East Hampton, NY 11937
Sam Contis is having a solo show at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley, California. The show runs from May 3–August 27, 2017. University of California, Berkeley, 2120 Oxford Street #2250, Berkeley, CA 94720.
David Scanavino opens a collaborative show with David Kennedy-Cutler and Michael DeLucia titled “Under Water” at Locust Projects in Miami, Florida. The show runs from April 29 – June 10, 2017. 3852 North Miami Avenue, Miami Fl 3312
Joy Curtis will be showing new work in a group show, Throat Chakra, organized by Christine Heindl, at Songs for Presidents Gallery in Ridgewood. 1673 Gates Avenue (lower level). The show runs from April 15, – May 7, 2017.
Barry Stone will have work in Spring 2017, a group show at the Gaa Gallery Project Space in Cologne, Germany. The show runs from April 23- 30, 2017. Große Brinkgasse 8, 50672 Cologne.
Alex Dodge is showing a new painting in Vanishing Points, curated by Andrianna Campbell, at James Cohan Gallery. The show runs from March 23- April 22, 2017.
533 W 26th Street, New York, NY.
David Gilbert has a solo show, Baby Girl, at The Finley in Los Angeles. The show is up March 16 – May 15, 2017. 4627 Finley Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Holly Coulis is opening a new solo show, Days and Nights, Lemons, at Cherry and Martin Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. The show runs from March 11 – April 22, 2017. 2712 S. La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, California, 90034.
Tamara Gonzales has a painting called Campesino Bailando (dancing farmer) on display at 39 Great Jones Street. Until May 2017.
Tamara Gonzales has work in a group show, “Don’t Invite me to Dinner and then only serve Hors D’Oeuvres”. The show runs from March 1 – 4, 2017. 16 Morton Street, New York.
Tamara Gonzales has work in a group show, “Drawing Island”, at the Journal Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The show runs until March 26, 2017. 106 North 1st StreetBrooklyn NY 11249
The gallery will be featuring new work by Pamela Jorden and Ian Pedigo.
March 2-5, 2017, booth P7 on Pier 94.
Alex Dodge has two paintings in “Painting in the Network: Algorithm and Appropriation” curated by Chris Reitz at the Cressman Center for Visual Arts, University of Louisville.
Tamara Gonzales has 3 drawings in a group show, Archetypewriters, curated by Robert Otto Epstein, at Schema Projects in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The show runs from January 27 – February 26, 2017. 92 St. Nicholas Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Tamara Gonzales has work in a group show, Flat Fix, at Halsey McKay Gallery in Easthampton, New York. The show runs from January 26 – February 21, 2017. 79 Newtown Lane East Hampton, NY 11937
True Nature is the first issue of Slices #1, a photography publication featuring Barry Stone’s work among 10 artists. Find out more information here.
Donna Chung will be showing work in a group show at Kristen Lorello Gallery on Chrystie Street. The show is called Crisp Edge, Fuzzy Border, and opens on Wednesday, January 7, 2017.
Holly Coulis has created as mural, Dishes and Fruits, for a site specific commission at the Atlanta Contemporary in Atlanta, Georgia. The piece will be on view from December 8, 2016 – June 8, 2017. 535 Means Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30318.
Graham Anderson has a solo show at Downstairs Gallery in Brooklyn New York. The show runs until December 1, 2015. 1713 8th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Thomas Øvlisen is opening a new show, Techno Fossil Tumbleweed, at Eighteen Gallery in Copenhagen, Denmark. The show opens on November 25th, 2016 and runs until January 17th, 2017. Slagtehusgade 18C Kødbyen, 1711 Copenhagen.
Ian Pedigo opened a solo show, A Body in Latency, on November 12th at Sala Diaz in San Antonio, Texas. 517 Stieren, San Antonio, TX 78210
David Gilbert and Sam Contis have work included in the group show “9/11 15 Years” at Human Resources in Los Angeles at 410 Cottage Home Street.
Benjamin Butler has new work in a group show, Three Paths to the Lake, at Galerie Martin Janda in Vienna. The show runs from June 8th – July 23, 2016. Eschenbachgasse 11, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Holly Coulis has several paintings in Postcard from New York – Part I, at Anna Marra Contemporanea in Rome, Italy. The show runs from June 7th – July 27th, 2016.
via sant’angelo in pescheria, 32, 00186.
Holly Coulis has work in A Change of Heart, curated by Chris Sharp, at Hannah Hoffman Gallery in Los Angeles. The show runs from June 4 – July 16, 2016. 1010 N Highland Avenue, Los Angeles 90038.
Holly Coulis has two paintings in a group show, If Only Bella Abzug Were Here, at Marc Straus Gallery. The show runs from May 25 – July 29, 2016. 299 Grand Street, New York, NY
Claire Voon reviews Love May Fail, But Courtesy Prevails
David Gilbert is included in the show Five at the University of Nevada Las Vegas’s Marjorie Barrick Museum, along with Deborah Aschheim, Erin Cosgrove, Lucky Debellevue and Ash Ferlito. The show opens May 20 and runs through September 10, 2016.
Tamara Gonzales will be showing new work in Dark Star: Abstraction and Cosmos, a group show curated by Raymonde Foye, at Planthouse. The show runs from April 7th- May 10, 2016.
55 W 28th Street, New York, NY 10001
David Gilbert will be performing at Human Resources Los Angeles at 6:40pm on April 29, 2016 as part of the eternal telethon. 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
Joy Curtis will be showing new work in a two person show, Weight Over Time, curated by Vincent Como, at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Brooklyn. The show runs from April 1 – May 8th 2016 with an opening reception on Friday, April 1, 2016 6-9 PM. 1329 Willoughby Ave #2A, Brooklyn NY 11237
Holly Coulis will be showing new paintings in a group show, Dream Song 386, at Cooper Cole Gallery in Toronto. The show runs from April 01 – April 30, 2016. 1134 Dupont Street, Toronto, ON
Pamela Jorden has work as part of a two person show with John Pearson, entitled Heliotrope, at Visitor Welcome Center in Los Angeles. The show runs from March 12 – April 16, 2016. Reception: Saturday, March 12, 7–10pm. 3006 W 7th St., Suite 200A, Los Angeles, CA 90005
Thomas Øvlisen is having a solo show, Knud, at Sade in Los Angeles. The show runs from March 20- April 16, 2016. An opening reception will be held on Sunday March 20th 7-11 PM.
204 S Avenue 19, Los Angeles, CA, 90031.
Joy Curtis will be showing work in a three-person show, Rational Curves, curated by Robert Otto Epstein, at Matteawan Gallery in Beacon, New York. The show runs from March 12th – April 3, 2016. The opening reception is Saturday March 12, 6-9 PM. 436 Main Street, Beacon, NY 12508
Benjamin butler will be having a solo show of new works, “Trees Alone” at Tomio Koyama Gallery in Tokyo Japan. The show will run from March 12- April 23, 2016 with an opening reception on Saturday, March 12, 2016. 3-10-11, Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku,
Tokyo, 151-0051 Japan
Klaus will be showing a David Scanavino solo project at the Armory Show in the Armory Presents section. Come visit us in booth #774. Pier 94, Twelfth Avenue at 55th Street. New York, NY. The fair runs from March 2nd- 6th, 2016.
Liquid Pictures, currently on view, is reviewed by Rob Colvin on HyperAllergic.com.
Emily Newman has new work included in the show Propaganda News Machine at Flux Factory in Queens. Newman presents a series of mock-Soviet postage stamps “honoring” Cold War era figures and the Hollywood actors who have played them. Opens Wednesday, February 17 and runs through February 25.
Tamara Gonzales will be showing several works in a show with Joe Fyfe and Annette Wehrhahn called Wobbly Swabbies, at Pablo’s Birthday. The show runs from February 4th- March 6th.
57 Orchard Street | New York, NY 10002
Alex Dodge is interviewed in Habitats on Artnews.com
Holly Coulis is showing work The Other Side, a group show at Monya Rowe Gallery in St. Augustine, Florida. January 13 – March 6, 2016. 4 Rohde Avenue, Saint Augustine, FL 32084
Barry Stone will have work Local Tide, by PARALLELOGRAMS, curated by Francesca Capone, at S1 gallery in Portland, Oregon. The show runs from February 11 – March 5. Opening reception: February 11, 6-9pm.
4148 NE Hancock St. Portland, OR, 97212
Barry Stone, Map of Casco Bay, Maine, 2011. Digital Photograph, dimensions variable.
Joy Curtis will have work in Drawing for Sculpture, curated by Courtney Puckett, at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Brooklyn. The show will run from January 8 – February 14, 2016. 1329 Willoughby Ave #2A, Brooklyn NY 11237
Holly Coulis and Pamela Jorden will have work in Around Flat, curated by William Staples, at The Knockdown Center in Queens. 52-19 Flushing Ave, Maspeth, NY 11378. The show runs from December 11 (opening reception 6pm – 8pm) – January 31
Please join us for an artist talk at the Swiss Institute celebrating the recent Art&Sex Edition of Kaleidoscope magazine, a special themed issue dedicated to all expressions of sexuality as addressed in contemporary art and visual culture.
The talk expands on “Sex on Paper,” a visual feature curated by New York-based artist Mathew Cerletty in the Art&Sex Edition—a selection of works on paper that “playfully reflect some of the many complications of human sexuality: fantasy, twisted obsession, unbridled lust, sweet vulnerability, and of course the simple beauty of a physical connection.” Alongside Cerletty, participants of the talk, moderated by Kaleidoscope’s editor Alexander Shulan, include featured artists Betty Tompkins, Emily Mae Smith and Jonah Koppel.
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Glen Baldridge will be in a group show, Days Have Gone By curated by Andy Mister at Galerie Manqué in Brooklyn. November 20 – December 6.
Klaus Gallery will be at NADA Miami Beach, December 3-5 at the Fontainebleau Miami. The gallery will be presenting a solo project with Alex Dodge.
Martha Schwendener reviews David Gilbert’s The Secret Garden in The New York Times.
Pamela Jorden’s new monograph spans 10 years of work, with an essay by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer and a conversation between Jorden, Alice Konitz, and Kaveri Nair. Books are available through the gallery.
The Secret Garden exhibition catalog is now available. Contact the gallery to order a copy.
David Gilbert’s show “The Secret Garden” was written up by Vince Aletti in the New Yorker.
Ian Pedigo’s annex space show was reviewed by Maximilíano Durón in the November 2015 issue of ArtNews.
Ian Pedigo is in American Pharoahs, curated by Vincent Como at TSA in Bushwick.
…nudge the dice towards sevenness, a collaboration between Tamara Gonzales and Chris Martin, was installed as part of a Regina Rex’s signage project coinciding with the opening of EJ Hauser’s show, Amphibian.
Thomas Lawson’s painting show was reviewed by Ryan Steadman in the “Observer“.
“Only by Night,” a group show at Planthouse includes two works on paper by Glen Baldridge. It runs from October 2 through November 7, 2015. Baldridge’s work is featured in the Observer column, Things to Do, by Ryan Steadman.
David Scanavino has a new piece included in the group show ‘Color Against Color’ at Ortega y Gasset Projects in Brooklyn. The show is curated by Eric Hibit and runs through October 18, 2015.
Graham Anderson has three paintings included at Ida Schmid in Brooklyn. ‘We agreed the paler tones would make a more subtle statement.’ is curated by Dmitry Komis and runs through October 18, 2015.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art acquired two works on paper by Glen Baldridge.
Barry Stone will be having a solo show,The World is Round From Here, at GAA Gallery in Wellfleet, MA. The show runs from July 22nd to August 9th, 2015. 230B Main Street, Wellfleet, MA
Tamara Gonzales is showing a painting at Mixed Greens, as a part of Common Thread. The show runs from July 23- August 28. 531 West 26TH Street, first floor, New York.
Joy Curtis is showing a sculpture at Lesley Heller as a part of Object’hood, curated by Inna Babaeva and Gelah Penn. The show runs from July 22 – August 21, 2015. 54 Orchard Street, New York.
Tamara Gonzales is showing a new series of drawings in a group show, #crowdedhouse, at Harper’s Books, in East Hampton, NY. The Show runs from July 11th- August 12th, 2015. 87 Newtown Lane in East Hampton, New York.
David Gilbert has two photos in a group show, A Room of One’s Own, at Yancey Richardson Gallery. The show runs from July 1 – August 21, 2015. 525 West 22nd Street, New York, NY. 10011
Daylighter #7, 2015 was part of the group show This Just In: New Acquisitions at the Pizzuti Collection.
David Scanavino has an installation in the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse, as a part of When You Cut into the Present the Future Leaks Out, curated by Regine Basha. The Courthouse is located at 878 Brook Ave, Bronx, New York, and runs through July 19th, 2015.
Pamela Jorden is showing new work in Made By Hand, a group show curated by Heather Brown, at Charles James Gallery in Los Angeles. The show runs until May 18, 2015.
969 Chung King Road, Los Angeles, 90012.
Ian Pedigo has a new solo show, The Arrows Like Soft Moon Beams, at 65 Grand in Chicago. The show runs until May 23, 2015. 1369 Grand Avenue, Chicago, IL.
Graham Anderson has several new paintings in EMINENT DOMAINS (proper names), a group exhibition organized by gallery artist Willem Oorebeek, at Robert Miller Gallery. The show runs from March 6- April 11, 2015. 524 W 26 ST, NEW YORK, NY
Tamara Gonzales will have work included in the 2015 invitational exhibition at the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The show runs from Thursday, March 12 through Sunday, April 12, 2015. 633 West 155 Street, New York, NY.
Benjamin Butler will be debuting a new body of work in Another Tree, Another Forest, at Galerie Martin Janda in Vienna, Austria. The show will run from March 11 – April 18, 2015. Galerie Martin Janda, Eschenbachgasse 11, 1010 Vienna.
Barry Stone has several photographs in a group show, Oysters with Lemons, at Ventana 244 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The show runs from February 27th – March 22, 2015. 244 N 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211.
As the current Artist in Residence at UNLV, David Gilbert will be giving an artist talk on Thursday, February 27th, 3 PM at Grant Hall at the UNLV campus. For more information click here.
Media Farzin reviews Thanks to Amazon, Apple, and the Mall in Art Agenda
Maya Harakawa reviews the show in the Brooklyn Rail
Roberta Smith reviews 15 group shows in Chelsea and the Lower East Side in The New York Times.
Joy Curtis will be showing new work in Jewel: an exhibition of the extraordinary, lustrous and ornamental, a group show curated in collaboration with Andrea Bergart, Norte Maar presents @ Schema Projects, 92 St. Nicholas Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The show runs from January 3-February 21, 2015
Barry Stone will open a show of new photographs, New Weather Weaves New Garments, on January 8 at James Harris Gallery in Seattle. The show will run through February 14th.
Susan Hodara reviews “Fifty Years” in the New York Times
Stephen Maine writes “The Aldrich at 50: Clutch of Exhibitions Demonstrate Currency of Founder’s Vision” in Artcritical
Benjamin Butler is included in the show “Branched: Trees in Contemporary Art,” at the Museum Sinclair-Haus in Bad Homburg, Germany. The show runs from November 30, 2014 – February 22, 2015.
Kari Adelaide Razdow has a writeup of Tamara Gonzales’s show on The Wild Magazine’s site.
Samuel Jablon interviews Tamara Gonzales about her work and her current show at Klaus
David Scanavino is featured in the “First Look” column in the November 2014 issue of Art in America, by Will Heinrich.
Glen Baldridge has work in a group show, Ghost Current, curated by Ryan Wallace, at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen, Denmark. The show runs from October 31st- November 22nd, 2014. Flæsketorvet 69 – 71, 1711 Copenhagen V, Denmark
Ian Pedigo will be presenting a new body of work in Ad Infinitum, curated by Lauren Rice and Brian Barr, at the Katzen Arts Center in the American University Museum in Washington, DC. The show opens November 8th and runs through December 14th, 2014. 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016