Mark McKnight is showing a new series of large-format cyanotypes as a part of “Working From Home: New Commissions From Tucson”, curated by Laura Copelin, at The Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson. The show opens on Sunday, October 4th and runs through March 21, 2021. 265 South Church Avenue, Tucson, AZ, 85701
Holly Coulis in a group show at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery in New York
Holly Coulis is showing a painting in an exhibition called Good Painting, curated by Austin Lee, at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery in New York. The show runs from September 19–November 7, 2020. 18 Wooster Street & 76 Grand Street, New York
Tamara Gonzales in show at Winter Street Gallery
Tamara Gonzales has four new paintings in “A Zigzag Over Essence” curated by Brigitte Mulholland. The show is on view from September 24 until October 24 at Winter Street Gallery in Massachusetts.
Jennifer J. Lee solo show at Chateau Shatto
Jennifer J. Lee has a solo show of new paintings, “Wallflowers” at Chateau Shatto in Los Angeles, CA. The show runs from September 12- November 07, 2020.
Mark McKnight in online group exhibition at Fort Gansevoort
Mark McKnight has several works in A Time of Monsters, an online exhibition organized by César García-Alvarez at Fort Gansevoort. The exhibition will be on view through July 8, 2020.
Holly Coulis in group show at Tif Sigfrids in Athens, GA
Holly Coulis will be exhibiting a new gouache work in Summer Group Show I, at Tif Sigfrids in Athens, GA. The show will run through July 20th, 2020. 119 North Jackson Street, Athens, GA.
Barry Stone and Lucy Helton online exhibition at Lamar Dodd School of Art
Barry Stone and Lucy Helton have a two person online exhibition, Silver_Page_Radio_Light, hosted by the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia. The show focuses on a FAX exchange between the Austin based Stone and the New York based Helton between April and May, 2020. On view June 22- July 6, 2020.
David Gilbert solo show in Dallas, TX
David Gilbert has a solo show, The Great Outdoors, at Gallery 12.26 in Dallas, Texas. The show runs until July18th, 2020. 150 Manufacturing St. #205, Dallas, Texas
Sam Contis in “Masculinities” at Barbican Art Gallery
Sam Contis in Dorothea Lange exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art
San Contis has a selection of new photogravure works on view as a part of Dorothea Lange: Words and Pictures, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The show is on view February 9th – May 9th, 2020.
Tamara Gonzales in group show at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery Los Angeles
Tamara Gonzales has work in All of Them Witches, organized by Dan Nadel and Laurie Simmons, at Jeffery Deitch Projects in Los Angeles. The show runs from February 8–April 11, 2020.
925 North Orange Drive, Los Angeles
Alex Dodge in group show at Maki Fine Arts in Tokyo
Alex Dodge has several works in Winter Show, a group exhibition at Maki Fine Arts in Tokyo, Japan. The show runs from 25 January – 23 February 2020
5-1-1F, Nishigokencho, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo 162-0812
Benjamin Butler at Tomio Koyama Gallery in Tokyo
Benjamin Butler has a solo show, Two-Tones, Monochromes, and Other Landscapes, at Tomio Koyama Gallery in Tokyo. The show runs from February 1 – February 29, 2020.
Complex 665 2F, 6-5-24 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032 Japan
Joy Curtis in an exhibition at Ceysson & Bénétière
RISD Museum receives gift of artworks from Avo Samuelian and Manuel Gonzalez
David Scanavino, untitled (One Square Foot), 2011
The RISD Museum announces a significant gift of 66 contemporary artworks from collectors Avo Samuelian and Manuel Gonzalez. Thirty-three works were brought into the collection in December 2019 joining a similar gift to the museum of 33 works in 2017. Both gifts expand the museum’s Contemporary Art and Prints, Drawings, and Photographs collections considerably, introducing works by Uri Aran, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Lothar Hempel, Jordan Nassar, and Paul P; additional works by Karla Black, Jim Lambie, and Tony Feher strengthen the RISD Museum’s commitment to artists already in the collection. Also of note are works by RISD alumni and faculty including David Scanavino, David Benjamin Sherry, and Patricia Treib that further develop the museum’s representation of figures who have helped define the school’s reputation. Read more on ArtDaily.com
Demetrius Oliver in exhibition at Illinois State University
Demetrius Oliver will have work in An Infinite and Omnivorous Sky, a group exhibition about the mysteries and militarization of outer space curated by Kendra Paitz, at the University Galleries at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. The show features works by Amy Balkin, Jen Bervin, James Bridle, william cordova, Rohini Devasher, Ala Ebtekar, Spencer Finch, Dianna Frid, Carrie Gundersdorf, Basim Magdy, Brittany Nelson, Demetrius Oliver, Kambui Olujimi, Lisa Oppenheim, Trevor Paglen, Katie Paterson, Dario Robleto, Cauleen Smith, and Kerry Tribe. The show runs from January 10th – February 19, 2020.
University Galleries, 11 Uptown Circle, Suite 103, Normal, IL 61761
Mark McKnight in conversation with Garth Greenwell at Aperture
Aperture Foundation, in collaboration with Farrar, Straus and Giroux and Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, is pleased to present a conversation between acclaimed writer Garth Greenwell and photographer Mark McKnight, winner of the 2019 Aperture Portfolio Prize.
Join us in celebrating Greenwell’s newest book, Cleanness, and McKnight’s exhibition at Aperture Gallery, on view through January 18, 2020—coinciding with his first solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, January 10–February 16, 2020. Greenwell and McKnight will speak together about the mystery and beauty of rendering queer life in words and photographs.