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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.

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.

Jennifer J. Lee “Square Dance” Reviewed in Two Coats of Paint

Jennifer J. Lee’s 2023 solo exhibition “Square Dance” was reviewed by Kyle Hittmeier and published on Two Coats of Paint. Hittmeier discusses the formal and conceptual reasons the paintings are on jute, Lee’s choice of subject matter, and our changing relationship with the image.

Metric on a Torus Review

Metric on a Torus was reviewed by Vittoria Benzine for FAD Magazine. Read the review here. Metric on a Torus is on view through March 25, 2023.

Glen Baldridge Review in The New Yorker

Wigwag, Glen Baldridge’s ninth show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, was reviewed in The New Yorker by Johanna Fateman. Read the review here. Wigwag is on view through February 11, 2023.

Alex Dodge reviewed in HypeArt

Dream Life, a group show featuring work by Alex Dodge at BB&M Gallery in Korea, was reviewed in HypeArt.

Sam Contis Reviewed in The New Yorker

Duet, Sam Contis’s current solo show, was reviewed in The New Yorker by Andrea K. Scott. Scott traces the lineage present in Contis’s work while celebrating the variety of formats on view.

Donna Chung Featured in Artforum

Artforum reviewed Looking Back / The 12th White Columns Annual – Selected by Mary Manning at White Columns, spotlighting work by Donna Chung. The review was published in the March, 2022 print edition.

Holly Coulis’ Recent Exhibition “Eyes and Yous” Reviewed in Whitewall

“Eyes and Yous” was reveiwed by Mina Juhn for Whitewall.

Holly Coulis Exhibition Reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

Eyes and Yous was reviewed by Alfred Mac Adam for The Brooklyn Rail. The author contemplates the act of seeing in relation to Coulis’s new artworks.

Holly Coulis Exhibition Reviewed in The New York Times

Eyes and Yous, Holly Coulis’ fourth solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend was reviewed by Will Heinrich for The New York Times. Heinrich celebrates Coulis’ further push towards abstraction and her experiments with dry brush. Eyes and Yous will be up until February 12.

Tamara Gonzales Exhibition Reviewed by The Brooklyn Rail

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.

Pamela Jorden’s “Forest” at Romer Young Gallery Reviewed by KQED

Pamela Jorden’s show, Forest, has been reviewed by Sarah Hotchkiss for KQED. Forest was installed at Romer Young Gallery September 18th through October 30, 2021.

Tamara Gonzales’ show “Cosmic Recess” at Providence College Galleries Reviewed by the Boston Art Review

A review of Tamra Gonzales’ show at Providence College Galleries “Cosmic Recess” was reviewed by Leah Triplett Harrington for the Boston Art Review.

“Amna Asghar: Well Wishes” reviewed in the Detroit Metro Times

Amna Asghar’s first solo museum exhibition, “Well Wishes” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, was reviewed by Sara Barron in the Detroit Metro Times.

Donna Chung’s “fun! the! get! on! up!” reviewed by Blake Gopnik

Donna Chung’s solo exhibition, fun! the! get! on! up! was reviewed by Blake Gopnik in Blake Gopnik on Art

Mark Armijo McKnight’s work reviewed in Mousse Magazine

Mark Armijo McKnight’s series, “Heaven is a Prison” was reviewed in Mousse Magazine by Andrew Berardini.

Barry Stone : Drift reviewed in Artforum

Barry Stone’s solo exhibition, Drift, was reviewed in Artforum by art critic Barry Schwabsky.

Mark Armijo McKnight: Hunger for the Absolute reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

Mark Armijo McKnight’s solo exhibition, Mark McKnight : Hunger for the Absolute , was reviewed in the Brooklyn Rail by NYC writer Zach Ritter.

David Gilbert Reviewed in Art in America

David Gilbert’s 2019 solo show Painted Ladies, was reviewed by Matt Sussman for Art in America.

Tamara Gonzales Reviewed in the Brooklyn Rail

Dan Cameron reviewed Tamara Gonzales’s show, Bo Yancon, in the July – August 2019 issue of the Brooklyn Rail.

Jennifer J. Lee in Art in America

Jennifer J. Lee’s recent show at the gallery is reviewed by Rahel Aima in the April issue of Art in America.

David Gilbert in Whitehot Magazine

David Gilbert’s show, House & Garden is reviewed by Barry N. Neuman in the February issue of Whitehot Magazine.

David Gilbert in Artforum

David Gilbert’s work is featured in the February issue of Artforum, with an essay about his most recent show at the gallery written by Wayne Koestenbaum.

David Gilbert in

David Gilbert’s work was predominantly mentioned in the review on of “Hurts to Laugh” curated by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer at Various Small Fires in Los Angeles. Read the review here!

Alex Dodge reviewed on

Claire Voon reviews Love May Fail, But Courtesy Prevails

Liquid Pictures reviewed on HyperAllergic

Liquid Pictures, currently on view, is reviewed by Rob Colvin on

David Gilbert in The New York Times

Martha Schwendener reviews David Gilbert’s The Secret Garden in The New York Times.