A review of Tamra Gonzales’ show at Providence College Galleries “Cosmic Recess” was reviewed by Leah Triplett Harrington for the Boston Art Review.
Alex Dodge has a solo show, LAUNDRY DAY : IT ALL COMES OUT IN THE WASH, at Maki Fine Arts in Tokyo, from September 25 to November 7, 2021.
Alex Dodge will be showing a new painting in a group show entitled Around the World, Around the World, curated by William Leung, at Woaw Gallery in Hong Kong. The show will be up through October 23rd, 2021
Graham Anderson and Holly Coulis have work in Interior Constructs, a group show at Projekt 105 in New York, from September 17 – October 24, 2021.
Pamela Jorden has a solo show, Forest, at Romer Young Gallery. The show runs from September 18th to October 30th, 2021.
Holly Coulis has work included in Eau de Vallotton, a group show at Tif Sigfrids. The show opens September 11th and runs through October 19th, 2021.
Alex Dodge will have work in Spirits in the Material World, a group show at Halsey McKay, September 3 – October 30.
X Museum is pleased to present ‘Particularities’ from 5 September to 5 December, 2021. ‘Particularities’ is a group exhibition about contemporary, small-scale painting. At a time of increasing scale, expansion and general hypertrophy, this exhibition trains its gaze on painting practices that do the exact opposite. With work by Tom Allen, Lucas Arruda, Sophie Barber, Gareth Cadwallader, Fergus Feehily, Lewis Hammond, Brook Hsu, Jennifer J. Lee, Paulo Monteiro, Alexandra Noel, Daniel Rios Rodriguez, Paul P., Santiago de Paoli, Elizabeth Peyton, Dana Powell, Eleanor Ray, Louise Sartor, Anna Schachinger, Hayley Tompkins, Yui Yaegash
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.
Halcyon and On and On, a group show organized by Jennifer Carvalho at Franz Kaka includes a new painting by Jennifer J. Lee. The show is up through August 28, 2021.
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.
Sam Contis has a selection of works on view as a part of Masculinities: Liberation through Photography, a group exhibition that has travelled to Les Rencontres d’Arles in Arles, France after being on view at the Barbican Art Gallery in London, UK. July 4 – September 26, 2021.
Mark McKnight generously donates Untitled (Spray Censor II), 2019, to support BOMB Magazine’s 40th Anniversary Gala & Auction. The work is available to purchase on the online Artsy auction.
Liz Luisada donates Stars, 2021 to the benefit exhibition, Summer Paper, an exhibition designed to support Dieu Donné. The benefit exhibition will take place at Hesse Flatow East in Amagansett, NY from June 10-June 14 while the works will be listed on Artsy from June 10 – June 20.
Joy Curtis is included in a group exhibition of outdoor sculpture by Joy Curtis, Pam Lins and Christina Tenaglia at the Al Held Foundation in Boiceville, NY. The exhibition is organized by the River Valley Arts Collective and is curated by Alyson Baker. To view the exhibition make an appointment by contacting info@RVACollective.org – the exhibition is on view through October 10.
Amna Asghar’s first solo museum exhibition, Well Wishes, is on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. Well Wishes features works that intertwine Asghar’s familial archive with found images from American and Pakistani popular cultures. The exhibition suggests that art is a technology that can flatten time, shorten geographical distance, and speak across cultural borders. The exhibition runs June 4 – August 8, 2021.
Amna Asghar is showing several works in a group exhibition, Halal Metropolis, curated by artist Osman Khan, photographer Razi Jafri, and historian Sally Howell. The show “explores the facts, fictions, and imaginaries of the Muslim population(s) in Detroit and Southeast Michigan as viewed through historical research, documentation of current conditions, and explorations of future desires.” The show ran May 28 – July 17, 2021 at the Stamps Gallery
Holly Coulis’s solo exhibition, “Orbit” is showing at Philip Martin Gallery. “Orbit” is a solo exhibition of paintings and sculptures by Coulis. The exhibition is on view from May 21 – July 2, 2021.
Jennifer J. Lee has work on view in “La Mer Imaginaire” a group exhibition curated by Chris Sharp at the Fondation Carmignac, France from May 20th to October 17, 2021.
Donna Chung’s solo exhibition, fun! the! get! on! up! was reviewed by Blake Gopnik in Blake Gopnik on Art
Pamela Jorden’s Blue Arc, 2020 is currently on view at Contemporary Art Matters, Columbus, OH as part of the group exhibition Flying Colors. The exhibition is on view through June 10, 2021.
Mark McKnight’s series, “Heaven is a Prison” was reviewed in Mousse Magazine by Andrew Berardini.
Barry Stone’s solo exhibition, Drift, was reviewed in Artforum by art critic Barry Schwabsky.
Blanton Museum of Art has acquired Cat and Mint Light, 2018 and Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art has acquired Vases and Citrus Above, 2020 (the piece is on view in “Evocations: Celebrating the Museum’s Collection” through December 22, 2021)
Lemon Eyes, 2021 by Holly Coulis is on view at The Hole as part of the group show, “Nature Morte”. Nature Morte includes paintings, sculptures, works on paper and photography, that challenge the traditional elements of still life by revealing how the still life genre is impacted by not just the transience of life but by the impending global catastrophe that promises the end of all life. The exhibition is on view from April 8-May 9.
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
Sam Contis has work in a group show called Touch, curated by Augusto Arbizo, at Rachel Uffner Gallery. The show is up from April 10 – June 5. 170 Suffolk Street New York
Mark McKnight’s solo exhibition, Mark McKnight : Hunger for the Absolute , was reviewed in the Brooklyn Rail by NYC writer Zach Ritter.
Amna Asghar is showing a selection of paintings in Stretched, a group show focused on contemporary painting, at the Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA. The show runs from March 27 – June 5, 2021. 3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22201.
Thomas Øvlisen has a solo show up, entitled Anden stjerne til højre , at the Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen, Denmark. The show is up until May 9, 2021. Nikolaj Plads 10 / 1067 KØBENHAVN
Sam Contis has work in La Boîte-en-Valise, an online exhibition at la-boite-en-valise.com that takes place in a reconstruction by a Dutch carpenter, of Marcel Duchamp’s 1941 famous mini retrospective work “Boite-en-Valise.” The exhibition features the work of 39 artists and will run from January 9th thru February 28th, 2021. La Boîte-en-Valise is a project by Office Baroque and was curated by Wim Peeters and Marie Denkens.
Joy Curtis has work in a show called With Every Fiber, curated by Anki King, at the Pelham Art Center. The show is up from February 6 – April 3, 2021. 155 Fifth Avenue, Pelham, New York.
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
Pamela Jorden currently has a solo show, Window Prism Eyes, up at Philip Martin Gallery in Los Angeles. The show runs through January 29th, 2021. 2712 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034