Hawk Moth, a mixed-media painting by Tamara Gonzales, was recently acquired by the San Antonio Museum of Art through the Alex Katz Foundation.
Tamara Gonzales Painting Newly Acquired by the San Antonio Museum of Art
Jennifer J. Lee Included in Group Exhibition at Super Dakota, Brussels
Jennifer J. Lee has two works included in Ecosystems of Relations, a group show at Super Dakota. The artworks are on view from January 13 to February 19, 2022.
Demetrius Oliver at CAM Houston
Demetrius Oliver is featured in The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse, a group show at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. The exhibition is on view from November 5, 2021 through February 6, 2022.
Donna Chung and Irwin Kremen Included in Looking Back / The 12th White Columns Annual – Selected by Mary Manning
Donna Chung and Irwin Kremen have artworks included in a group show, Looking Back / The 12th White Columns Annual – Selected by Mary Manning, at White Columns Gallery. The show is on view from January 22 through March 5, 2022.
Tamara Gonzales Exhibition Reviewed by The Brooklyn Rail
Tamara Gonzales' show Horrible Beauty was reviewed by Amanda Millet-Sorsa at The Brooklyn Rail. Millet-Sorsa discusses Tamara's practice, influences, and her personal style. Horrible Beauty is in the main gallery at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery until October 23.
Kemar Keanu Wynter in group show at Magenta Plains
Kemar Keanu Wynter has work included in “Friends & Family” at Magenta Plains Gallery in New York, October 30 through December 4, 2021.
Irwin Kremen Obituary Published in ARTNews
“Irwin Kremen, an esteemed professor of psychology at Duke University whose mid-career pivot to art brought international acclaim, died on February 5. A self-taught sculptor, painter, and collagist, Kremen was best known for abstract collages of painted fabric and found materials such as bits of steel, weathered paper, or wasps’ nests.”
Mark McKnight Heaven is a Prison
Heaven is a Prison by Mark McKnight is an exploration of intimacy with and within the austere terrain of Southern California’s high desert. The book includes an essay by novelist Garth Greenwell.
Pamela Jorden's "Forest" at Romer Young Gallery Reviewed by KQED
Pamela Jorden's show, Forest, has been reviewed by Sarah Hotchkiss for KQED. Forest was installed at Romer Young Gallery September 18th through October 30, 2021.
David Gilbert, Gone Girl, 2018
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has acquired Gone Girl, 2018 through the LENS Photography Council.
Jennifer J. Lee at the X Museum, Beijing
Hedges, 2019, by Jennifer J. Lee is included in 'Particularities' at the X Museum from September 5 to December 5, 2021. 'Particularities' is a group exhibition about contemporary, small-scale painting. At a time of increasing scale, expansion and general hypertrophy, this exhibition trains its gaze on painting practices that do the exact opposite.
Irwin Kremen Independent 2019
Catalog published on the occasion of the Irwin Kremen solo presentation at the Independent art fair in 2019. Works presented at the fair and a chronology of Kremen’s life, career, and exhibition history is included in the publication.