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.
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.
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.
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.
Tamara Gonzales is included in (Mostly) Women (Mostly) Abstract, a group show at Eric Firestone Gallery’s East Hampton location.
Tamara Gonzales and Holly Coulis have work in Chromazones, a group show at Analog Diary. The exhibition is on view July 21 through September 10, 2023 in Beacon, NY.
The Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery presentation at the Independent 2023 featuring Tamara Gonzales and Kemar Keanu Wynter was mentioned in the New York Times’ review of the art fair.
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is excited to present new work by Tamara Gonzales and Kemar Keanu Wynter at the Independent 2023 in New York City.
Tamara Gonzales is collaborating with Julia K. Gleich for a performance in CounterPointe, part of a 10 year anniversary celebration for Norte Maar. The performances will take place at The Mark O’Donnell Theater in Brooklyn on March 24, 25, and 26, 2023.
Tamara Gonzales has a painting included in Friends and Family, a group show at WINDOW, an offshoot viewing room of Anton Kern Gallery. The show is on view January 13 through March 4, 2023.
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.
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.
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.
Singing in Unison: Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale that Society Has the Capacity to Destroy, a multi-venue series of exhibitions organized by the Brooklyn Rail that aims to foster social unity in light of the recent political climate and the COVID-19 pandemic. The works shown exemplify the breadth of the creative world, with artists who are taught and self-taught, young and old, and hailing from every corner of the globe. Tamara Gonzales’s work is included in two venues: Totah Gallery through August 12 and Ricco/Maresca Gallery through September 10.
Tamara Gonzales has artworks included in The Fire and the Cow, a group show curated by Michela Martello at Galleria Giovanni Bonelli gallery in Milan, Italy. The exhibition brings works of some international artists, of different generations, with studios in New York to Italy for the first time.
Tamara Gonzales has a two person show (with Isabella Cuglievan) at The Pit Palm Springs. Isabella Cuglievan Tamara Gonzales is on view May 28 – July 9, 2022.
Tamara Gonzales has an artwork included in Interspecies Kinship, a group show in in East Providence, RI. Her work will be on view from May 20 through June 20, 2022.
Tamara Gonzales has two artworks in Juggernaut, a group show at The Pit Los Angeles. The exhibition is up January 15 through February 26, 2022.
Hawk Moth, a mixed-media painting by Tamara Gonzales, was recently acquired by the San Antonio Museum of Art through the Alex Katz Foundation.
Tamara Gonzales’ show Horrible Beauty was reviewed by Amanda Millet-Sorsa at The Brooklyn Rail. Millet-Sorsa discusses Tamara’s practice, influences, and her personal style. Horrible Beauty is in the main gallery at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery until October 23.
A review of Tamra Gonzales’ show at Providence College Galleries “Cosmic Recess” was reviewed by Leah Triplett Harrington for the Boston Art Review.
Bianca Beck, Tamara Gonzales, and Christina Forrer, is on view at Beeler Gallery at Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, OH Monday, Aug. 23–Saturday, Nov. 6. The show, curated by Greer Pagano is a consideration of how we collectively reset ourselves after COVID-19’s dramatic and fatal strike across our worlds.
Tamara Gonzales’ site specific installation is on view at Providence College—Galleries organized by Kate McNamara. The show is up from March 17 – October 2. 63 Eaton Street, Providence, RI
Tamara Gonzales is showing new work in a two person show with Chris Martin called Talking All Morning at The Pit in Los Angeles. The show is up through March 13th. 918 Ruberta Avenue, Glendale, CA 91201
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.
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.
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Dan Cameron reviewed Tamara Gonzales’s show, Bo Yancon, in the July – August 2019 issue of the Brooklyn Rail.
Tamara Gonzales has a solo show in Los Angeles at the Pit II. It opened on November 2nd and will run until December 16.
“Gardening on the Moon,” opening October 18 and running through November 24 at George Lawson Gallery in California includes two works on paper by Tamara Gonzales. The group show was curated by Andrea Belag.
Tamara Gonzales will be showing work in X Marks the Spot: Women of the New York Studio School, curated by Malado Baldwin & Maia Ibar, at the New York Studio School. The show runs through August 26, 2018. 8 W 8th St, New York, NY 10011