Lost Pines, Barry Stone’s recent solo show at Lora Reynolds Gallery in Austin, TX., was reviewed in Glasstire, a Texas-based arts publication. Barbara Purcell explores the dual nature of this body of work; along with images of the burnt wreckage of the Lost Pines Forest, Stone includes images from a fire that took the life of his grandfather in 2002, thus weaving together the narratives of personal and communal wounds.
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery will be exhibiting artworks by Alex Dodge, Erika Ranee, Holly Coulis, Joy Curtis, and Kemar Keanu Wynter at NADA Miami 2022, booth 1.05.
Aperture has released Overpass, a new monograph consisting of photographs taken by Sam Contis between 2020 and 2022 in Northern England. Available here. Specs: 9.75 x 6.75 inch, 224 pages, soft cover.
Tamara Gonzales has a solo show, Future Circuit, at County Gallery in Palm Beach, FL. The exhibition focuses on movement and the physical connection of human to earth. The paintings are on view November 5 through November 18, 2022.
Kemar Keanu Wynter is an artist-in-residency at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado.
Tamara Gonzales has artworks on display in From Nature to Spirit, a group show at Thomas Brambilla Gallery in Bergamo, Italy. The exhibition is on view September 24 through November 12, 2022.
Jennifer J. Lee has three paintings on view in Small Fixations, a group show at the Fondazione ICA Milano centered around small format works of art. The exhibition is open to the public October 28 through December 23, 2022.
Erika Ranee has paintings included in Painting Paintings, a two person exhibition with Astrid Dick at M. David & Co in Brooklyn. The show opens Friday, October 28 and runs through December 11, 2022.
Jennifer J. Lee has two paintings included in About Painting II, a group show at Galerie Rolando Anselmi in Rome, Italy. The exhibition’s goal is to provide a general overview of contemporary painting. The exhibition is up October 22 through December 15, 2022.
Pamela Jorden’s 2022 solo show Weathers is listed as part of Artforum’s “Must-See Shows,” the editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide. The exhibition is on view through December 10, 2022.
David Scanavino joins Brian Alfred on a new episode of Sound and Vision. The two discuss Scanavino’s time at RISD, fake Vermeers, and ’60s rock, among other things.
Tamara Gonzales has a painting included in Singing in Unison: Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale that Society Has the Capacity to Destroy, Part 7, an ongoing Rail Curatorial Project. The exhibition is on view September 23 through December 17, 2022.
Barry Stone will be at Klaus von Nichtssagend gallery on October 14, 2022 to sign copies of his new book Lost Pines. The event begins at 5pm and will go until 8pm.
Glen Baldridge presents new work in What Now Who How, a solo show at Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton. The artworks are a further exploration of the “No Way” text that has been a prominent feature in Baldridge’s recent oeuvre. The exhibition is on view September 3 through October 30.
Barry Stone has new photographs on view in Lost Pines, a solo show at Lora Reynolds Gallery. This exhibition marks Stone’s first time presenting work at the gallery. The show is on view from September 17 through December 3, 2022.
David Gilbert’s latest solo show, My Heavens, is currently on view at Chris Sharp Gallery in Los Angeles. The exhibition will run from September 10 through October 8, 2022.
Erika Ranee will be participating in “Painting Through Time,” a conversation between Theresa Daddezio, Jen Hitchings, and Ranee, at 5 PM on Saturday, September 24. Register for the Zoom Webinar here. This event is hosted by DC Moore Gallery.
David Scanavino’s 2022 solo show Nosedive is listed as part of Artforum’s “Must-See Shows,” the editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide. The exhibition is on view through October 15.
Joy Curtis has work included in a three person show, One Eye Opens Another, at Conduit Gallery, part of Reservoir Studios. The exhibition is on view by appointment only from Sept. 9 through October 8.
Kemar Keanu Wynter has work included in Books and Things, a group show at Helen J Gallery. The show opens September 10 and will be on view through October 22.
Joy Curtis has a sculpture included in Tectonic Threads, a group show comprised o 20 women artists from Iceland and New York at Mana Contemporary. The exhibition is presented by Monira Foundation in collaboration with New York Textile Month and will be on view from Sept. 11 through Sept. 24.
Benjamin Butler has three paintings included in Forest Through the Trees, a group show at Laumeier Sculpture Park in Missouri. The exhibition focuses on artists who have taken the tree as both subject and object. The exhibition is on view August 27 through December 11, 2022.
Pamela Jorden is one of two artists in See/Saw at Channel to Channel gallery. Eleanor Aldrich and Pamela Jorden met at the University of Tennessee and this exhibition marks the first time these two artists are placed side-by-side. The show runs from August 13 through September 3.
Jennifer J. Lee has a painting on view in What is it Like to be a Bat, a group show at ADZ gallery in Lisbon, Portugal. The show is on view July 21 through August 20, 2022.
Jennifer J. Lee has work included in A Minor Constellation, a group show consisting of small paintings. The exhibition will be on view at Chris Sharp Gallery from July 30 to September 3, 2022.
Pamela Jorden and Holly Coulis have paintings included in Holly Coulis, Jackie Gendel, Pamela Jorden, Yoora Lee, a group show at Philip Martin Gallery. The exhibition is up August 6 through September 17, 2022.
Joy Curtis will have work exhibited in Jung Lovers, a group show at Soloway Gallery curated by Jennifer Sullivan and Jack Arthur Wood. Jung Lovers will be on view from July 30 to August 28, 2022.
An extensive interview with Erika Ranee by artist Cordy Ryman was recently published in Bomb Magazine.
Erika Ranee has two paintings in a group show entitled Passion, curated by George Negroponte, at Keyes Art Gallery in Sag Harbor, NY. The show was conceived as a tribute to the late artist Lester Johnson, and is up through August 9th, 2022. 45 Main Street, Sag Harbor.
For her first solo exhibition at a European institution, Sam Contis’s Transit presents new and recent works from three series, including large scale color photographs, intimately scaled gelatin silver prints, and a two-channel video projection. Contis’s recurring interest is in the body in flux – in motion through the landscape and through transitional states of identity. Transit is on view at Carré d’Art Nîmes July 5 through November 20, 2022.