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Holly Coulis in group shows at Kasmin Gallery and Marinaro Gallery

Holly Coulis’s work will be included in North by Northeast: Contemporary Canadian Painting at Kasmin Gallery and Indoor Dining at Marinaro Gallery. Both New York City shows open on June 30, 2021.

Mark McKnight work available to support BOMB Magazine

Mark McKnight generously donates Untitled (Spray Censor II), 2019, to support BOMB Magazine’s 40th Anniversary Gala & Auction. The work is available to purchase on the online Artsy auction.

Liz Luisada creates new work to support Dieu Donné

Liz Luisada donates Stars, 2021 to the benefit exhibition, Summer Paper, an exhibition designed to support Dieu Donné. The benefit exhibition will take place at Hesse Flatow East in Amagansett, NY from June 10-June 14 while the works will be listed on Artsy from June 10 – June 20.

Joy Curtis in group exhibition at Al Held Foundation

Joy Curtis is included in a group exhibition of outdoor sculpture by Joy Curtis, Pam Lins and Christina Tenaglia at the Al Held Foundation in Boiceville, NY. The exhibition is organized by the River Valley Arts Collective and is curated by Alyson Baker. To view the exhibition make an appointment by contacting info@RVACollective.org – the exhibition is on view through October 10.

Amna Asghar solo exhibition at MoCAD

Amna Asghar’s first solo museum exhibition, Well Wishes, is on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. Well Wishes features works that intertwine Asghar’s familial archive with found images from American and Pakistani popular cultures. The exhibition suggests that art is a technology that can flatten time, shorten geographical distance, and speak across cultural borders. The exhibition runs June 4 – August 8, 2021.

Amna Asghar in “Halal Metropolis” at University of Michigan Stamps Gallery

Amna Asghar is showing several works in a group exhibition, Halal Metropolis, curated by artist Osman Khan, pho­tog­ra­pher Razi Jafri, and his­to­rian Sally How­ell. The show “explores the facts, fic­tions, and imag­i­nar­ies of the Mus­lim population(s) in Detroit and South­east Michi­gan as viewed through his­tor­i­cal research, doc­u­men­ta­tion of cur­rent con­di­tions, and explo­rations of future desires.” The show ran May 28 – July 17, 2021 at the Stamps Gallery