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Holly Coulis and Pamela Jorden in show at The Knockdown Center

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

Jonah Koppel on panel at Swiss Institute

Wednesday, December 9, 7pm

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 at Galerie Manqué

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.

NADA Miami Beach

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.

David Gilbert in The New York Times

Martha Schwendener reviews David Gilbert’s The Secret Garden in The New York Times.

Pamela Jorden Monograph

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.

David Gilbert and Paul Pescador in Artslant

Performa 15, Duets by David Gilbert and Paul Pascador was reviewed on Artslant.

Thomas Lawson exhibition catalog

A catalog of Lawson’s recent exhibition with an essay by him is now available. Contact the gallery to order a copy.

David Gilbert exhibition catalog

The Secret Garden exhibition catalog is now available. Contact the gallery to order a copy.

David Gilbert in The New Yorker

David Gilbert’s show “The Secret Garden” was written up by Vince Aletti in the New Yorker.

Ian Pedigo in ArtNews

Ian Pedigo’s annex space show was reviewed by Maximilíano Durón in the November 2015 issue of ArtNews.

Ian Pedigo at TSA

Ian Pedigo is in American Pharoahs, curated by Vincent Como at TSA in Bushwick.

Tamara Gonzales and Chris Martin at Regina Rex

…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 in the Observer

Thomas Lawson’s painting show was reviewed by Ryan Steadman in the “Observer“.

Glen Baldridge at Planthouse

“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 in group show at Ortega y Gasset Projects

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.

Glen Baldridge acquisition by the Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art acquired two works on paper by Glen Baldridge.

Barry Stone show at GAA Gallery

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 in group show at Mixed Greens

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 in group show at Lesley Heller

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 at Harper’s Books

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 at Yancey Richardson

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

Glen Baldridge in This Just in: New Acquisitions at the Pizzuti Collection

Daylighter #7, 2015 was part of the group show This Just In: New Acquisitions at the Pizzuti Collection.

Benjamin Butler interviewed by Ridley Howard in the Huffington Post

Benjamin Butler talks with Ridley Howard in the Huffington Post

David Scanavino at the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse

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 in group show at Charles James Gallery in Los Angeles

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 show at 65 Grand in Chicago

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 in group show at Robert Miller Gallery

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