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Erika Ranee at Brigitte Mulholland

Erika Ranee has a painting included in Le Vernissage, Partie Deux, a group show at Brigitte Mulholland in Paris, France. The exhibition is on view June 7 through July 12, 2024.

Sam Contis at Office Baroque

Sam Contis is included in What Men Live By, an online exhibition by Office Baroque.

Erika Ranee at Springs Projects

Erika Ranee has paintings inclued in Bluets and Blue, a group show at Springs Projects in DUMBO, New York. “Inspired by a passage from gender-defying author Maggie Nelson’s ‘Bluets’, the exhibition looks at brokeness or transition in a material way — to color, to prying apart form and to what happens in crevices and gaps of things that are pulled apart.” The exhibition is on view June 6 – July 22, 2024.

Erika Ranee at Moss Arts Center

“How Are Things on My End,” a solo show of Erika Ranee paintings is on view at the Moss Arts Center in Virginia. “Ranee pokes fun at selfie culture and the narcissism inherent with being an artist and making art about oneself through the titling of her exhibition and artworks. In the show title, How Are Things on My End, Ranee switches ‘your’ with ‘me.’ In doing so, Ranee says, ‘[it] flips the switch on typical caring comments’ and serves as a ‘play on selfie/me/vain culture.'” The exhibition is on view June 6 – August 30, 2024.

Pamela Jorden at Philip Martin Gallery

Pamela Jorden has new paintings on view in Light Falls, a solo show at Philip Martin Gallery. The exhibition is on view May 23 – June 22, 2024.

An Artforum “Must-See” Show

Barry Stone’s solo show Porch Swing Orchestra is listed as part of Artforum’s “Must-See Shows,” the editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide. The exhibition is on view May 17 – June 22, 2024.

Tamara Gonzales at Brigitte Mulholland

Tamara Gonzales has a painting included in Le Vernissage, Partie Un, a group show at Brigitte Hulholland in Paris, France. The exhibition is on view through June 1, 2024.

Mark Armijo McKnight and Sam Contis in Group Show at the Carnegie Museum

Mark Armijo McKnight and Sam Contis have photographs on view in Widening the Lens: Photography, Ecology, and the Contemporary Landscape, a group show at the Carnegie Museum of Art. The exhibition opens May 11, 2024 and will run through January 12, 2025.

David Gilbert at Rebecca Camacho Presents

David Gilbert has new photographs exhibited in Fairy Tale, a solo show on view at Rebecca Camacho Presents in San Fransisco, CA. The exhibition is on view April 27 through June 8, 2024.

Alex Dodge at Tsutaya Ginza

Part 2 of Alex Dodge’s solo exhibition A Way With Words is on view at the Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore in Japan. This portion of the show is on view April 26 – May 15, 2024. The first part of the exhibition is on view at Maki Fine Arts through May 12.

Tamara Gonzales at Paggi House

Tamara Gonzales has artwork on view at the Paggi House, owned by The Loren, in Austin, TX.

Nancy Brooks Brody on The T List

Nancy Brooks Brody’s 2024 solo show Ode was featured on The T List, a supplement of The New York Times. Read the article here.

An Artforum “Must-See” Show

Nancy Brooks Brody’s solo show Ode is listed as part of Artforum’s “Must-See Shows,” the editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide. The exhibition is on view April 5 – May 11, 2024.

Alex Dodge at Maki Fine Arts

Alex Dodge is exhibiting new paintings in A Way With Words, a solo show at Maki Fine Arts in Tokyo, Japan. The exhibition is on view April 6 – May 12, 2024.

Performances in conjunction with Joy Curtis’s 2024 exhibition

Saturdays at 2PM: April 13April 27May 4, and May 11 and at the opening reception April 5.

Performers: Jason Andrew (May 11), Dan Bainbridge (May 4), Olympe Gautier (April 5 + April 13), Aden Hardin (April 5 + April 13), Erin Lee Jones (May 11), Michael Mahalchick (April 27), Lizzie Scott (April 5)

Klaus von Nichtssagend joins the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA)

Klaus Gallery is delighted to announce its election to the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA). The ADAA’s mission is “to promote the highest standards of connoisseurship, scholarship and ethical practice within the profession.”

Geoffrey Hendricks at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art

Geoffrey Hendricks has an artwork included in I’m a thousand different people—Every one is real , a group show of recently acquired works at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art. The exhibition is on view through January 2025.

Glen Baldridge at Ditch Projects

Glen Baldridge and Louise Sheldon have a two person show at Ditch Projects in Portland, OR. Doors in Floors juxtaposes Baldridge’s trap door monotypes with Sheldon’s grommeted artworks. The exhibition is on view March 16 – April 7, 2024.

David Gilbert Solo Exhibition at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art

David Gilbert: Flutter, a solo exhibition surveying David Gilbert’s career thus far, opens at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in Winston-Salem, NC. On display in this exhibition – Gilbert’s first institutional show – are photographs ranging from 2011 through 2023, revealing several themes and motifs the artist has returned to throughout his robust 12 year career. The exhibition opens April 18 and will run through August 18, 2024.

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.

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.

Hot Coffee with Keiko Narahashi

An interview with Keiko Narahashi, published in Hot Coffee Conversations. Narahashi discusses her current two-person show (with Lizzie Scott) on view at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery until February 17, 2024. Read the full interview here.

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.

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.