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Sam Contis at Sunset Court

Sam Contis has artworks included in Satoshi Kojima & Sam Contis, a two person show at Sunset Court in Venice Beach, California. The exhibition is on view February 25 through March 17, 2024.

David Gilbert at Marciano Foundation

David Gilbert has photographs included in Transmissions: Selections from the Marciano Collection, curated by Hannake Skerath and Douglas Fogle. The exhibition is currently on view and will run into 2025.

Barry Stone Interview with Glasstire

Barry Stone was interviewed by Leslie Moody Castro for Glasstire. Barry discusses his long-running project, Porch Swing Orchestra and the relationship between sound and image. Listen to the interview here.

An Artforum “Must-See” Show

Benjamin Butler’s solo show Pinecones is listed as part of Artforum’s “Must-See Shows,” the editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide. The exhibition is on view February 24 – March 30, 2024.

Sam Contis Awarded Grant by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts

Sam Contis has been named a recipient of the 2024 visual arts grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts (FCA). The FCA provides grants to artists acknowledged for their innovative and contemporary contributions across diverse fields.

Tamara Gonzales Reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

Tamara Gonzales’ 2024 solo show, Amplifiers, was reviewed by Charles Schultz for The Brooklyn Rail. Schultz highlights the uplifting nature of Gonzales’s paintings and the diverse array of painting techniques showcased throughout the exhibition. Read the review here.

Tamara Gonzales – Artists Conversation

Please join the gallery on January 27 at 2 PM for a conversation between artists Tamara Gonzales, EJ Hauser, and Amanda Millet-Sorsa on the occasion of Gonzales’s solo show Amplifiers. The three will discuss the exchange of ideas between artists, and the work that goes into exhibition-making.

Jennifer J. Lee at Alice Amati Gallery

Jennifer J. Lee has a new painting included in The 7th Wall, a group show at Alice Amati gallery. The exhibition, curated by Jeanette Bisschops, opens January 18 and runs through February 24, 2024.

Graham Anderson at Huxley-Parlour

Graham Anderson has new paintings and sculptures included in Oranges and Artichokes, a two person show with Daniel Gordon at Huxley-Parlour Gallery in London. The exhibition explores both artists’ approach to the still-life genre. The exhibition opens January 25 and runs through March 2, 2024.

Benjamin Butler at Kadel Willborn

Benjamin Butler has an artwork included in Painting, as It Were (Painting as Is III), curated by Heidi Hahn & Tim Wilson, at Kadel Willborn in Düsseldorf, Germany. The exhibition opens January 20 and runs through March 9, 2024.

Erika Ranee Awarded “Anonymous Was A Woman” Grant

Erika Ranee is one of the 2023 recipients of the Anonymous Was A Woman award. The grant-making nonprofit that has awarded over $7 million to women-identifying artists since 1996.

Klaus Gallery Mentioned on artnet news

Klaus Gallery’s Geoffrey Hendricks solo booth at Art Basel Miami Beach was highlighted in artnet’s review of the fair. Read the article here.

Klaus Holiday Shop 2023

Visit Klaus Gallery’s 2023 holiday shop featuring artworks by Glen Baldridge, Donna Chung, Holly Coulis, Alex Dodge, Tamara Gonzales, Thomas Øvlisen, and Kemar Keanu Wynter.

Barry Stone at Pinakothek der Moderne

Barry Stone has artwork included in Glitch, a museum group show focused on “glitch art”, at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, Germany. The exhibition is on view December 1, 2023 through March 17, 2024.

“Overpass” Reviewed in the Financial Times Magazine

Sam Contis’ 2022 book and 2023 solo show Overpass were reviewed by Josh Lustig for the Financial Times Magazine. Lustig explores the concept of walking in relation to the photographs, among other things. Read the interview here.

Mark Armijo McKnight at Outer Space

Mark Armijo McKnight is included in a two-person exhibition with Maria Antelman at Outer Space in Concord, NH.

Conversation and Book Signing – November 11, 2-4PM

Sam Contis and designer Julian Bittiner will be in conversation at the gallery to discuss their collaboration on the monograph Overpass. The event will take place on Saturday, November 11 from 2-4PM.  Copies of the book will be available for purchase.

Geoffrey Hendricks at Art Basel Miami Beach

Klaus von Nichtssagned Gallery is proud to present a collection of artworks by Geoffrey Hendricks at Art Basel Miami Beach. The gallery is presenting as part of the Survey sector of the fair, booth S12. For more information on the artworks on display, click here.

Jennifer J. Lee at Adler Beatty Gallery

Jennifer J. Lee has a new painting included in Truth is Stranger, a group show at Adler Beatty Gallery. The exhibition, which runs November 8 – December 20, explores trompe l’oeil.

David Scanavino at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

David Scanavino has two paintings included in Oh to Be a Painting 2, a group show at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery. The exhibition is on view now through December 16, 2023.

Pamela Jorden at Romer Young Gallery, SF

Duet, a solo show of new paintings by Pamela Jorden, is on view at Romer Young Gallery in San Fransisco, CA. In Jorden’s words: “My paintings are improvisations and layered compositions. I often create ruptures in my work through compositional breaks or by putting two separate frames together to form a diptych. I like to think about bringing multiple points of view into an image, so while there may be a fracture, the paintings are also “at once” or simultaneous. The paintings settle into a complete state when they feel like they contain a logic that is particular to the piece, but also when it feels like it could keep moving.” The exhibition runs November 2 through December 16, 2023.

Alex Dodge: Daemon-Haunted World, Virtual Walkthrough

Artist Alex Dodge does a guided tour of his 2023 solo exhibition Daemon-Haunted World at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery. Dodge shares the inspiration behind the artworks included in the show as well as some personal anecdotes. Watch the walkthrough here.

Alex Dodge and Pamela Jorden at RISD Museum

Pamela Jorden and Alex Dodge have artworks included in Art and Design from 1900 to Now  at the RISD Museum.

Glen Baldridge Interviewed for Design Milk

Glen Baldridge talks to Kelly Beall for Design Milk about his artistic process, influences, and parenthood. Read the full article here.

Pamela Jorden at 515 Bendix

Pamela Jorden has four small paintings included in Hover, a three person show with Alicia Cheatham and Amy Green at 515 Bendix in Los Angeles. The exhibition, curated by Ruth Trotter, is on view September 16 though October 7, 2023.

Tamara Gonzales at Eric Firestone Gallery

Tamara Gonzales is included in (Mostly) Women (Mostly) Abstract Pt. II, a group exhibition at Eric Firestone Gallery’s New York City location. This is the second iteration of the show, which explores abstraction and represents aesthetic conversations over time between contemporary artists and represented gallery artists and estates. The exhibition is on view September 8 through October 14, 2023.

Jennifer J. Lee at Super Dakota

Jennifer J. Lee has a painting included in Einstein on the Beach, a group show at Super Dakota in Brussels, Belgium. The exhibition is on view September 7 through October 21, 2023.

Joy Curtis at L’Space

Joy Curtis has new sculptures included in FIBRATION, a group show at L’Space in New York City. The exhibition is on view September 7 through October 14, 2023. Joy will be participating in artist talk on September 23 at the gallery.

Tamara Gonzales at Eric Firestone Gallery

Tamara Gonzales is included in (Mostly) Women (Mostly) Abstract, a group show at Eric Firestone Gallery’s East Hampton location.

Graham Anderson Reviewed in The New York Times

Graham Anderson’s 2023 solo show The Mirror Grove, was reviewed by Will Heinrich for The New York Times. Heinrich considers Anderson’s use of oranges as suitable subject matter for the artist’s ongoing project on perception.