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 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.
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 is included in a two-person exhibition with Maria Antelman at Outer Space in Concord, NH.
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.
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 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 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.
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.
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.
Pamela Jorden and Alex Dodge have artworks included in Art and Design from 1900 to Now at the RISD Museum.
Glen Baldridge talks to Kelly Beall for Design Milk about his artistic process, influences, and parenthood. Read the full article here.
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 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 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 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 is included in (Mostly) Women (Mostly) Abstract, a group show at Eric Firestone Gallery’s East Hampton location.
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.
Erika Ranee’s painting, Half Measures, 2018, is included in Summer Escape: Part 1 at Gaa Gallery’s Provincetown space. The group show is on view through August 6, 2023.
Kemar Keanu Wynter has a painting included in Visible World, a group show of contemporary paintings at Halsey McKay Gallery’s East Hampton location. The exhibition is on view July 8 – 31, 2023.
Jennifer J. Lee has a painting in Outdoors, Nowhere, in Nothing, a group show of small-scale works at Andrew Edlin Gallery.
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.
Holly Coulis has new paintings debuting in Turn, a solo show at Philip Martin Gallery. The exhibition is on view July 15 through August 12, 2023.
Eight photographs from Sam Contis’ series Overpass were acquired by The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England.
Kemar Keanu Wynter’s solo show Heralds was reviewed by Isabella Rafky for Hyperallergic. Rafky considers the harmony Wynter has found mixing technique and heritage. Heralds is on view through Saturday June 17.
David Gilbert is participating in Purple Prose: Queer II literalism & A Flowering Cacophony, a group show celebrating queer artistry at Marianne Boesky Gallery. The exhibition is on view June 7 through July 28, 2023.
Mark Armijo McKnight is presenting new work in Posthume, a two-part exhibition at Paul Soto Gallery. The exhibition updates the memento mori art historical motif by imbuing it with ambiguity and connecting it to celebrations of the Día de Muertos. The first half of the exhibition is a solo show at Paul Soto’s Los Angeles gallery and is up June 3 through July 22, 2023. The second half juxtaposes McKnight’s work with drawings by the modern Belgian artist James Ensor and will be on view at Paul Soto’s Brussels location June 9 through July 22, 2023.
Erika Ranee has work included in Love Fest, a group show at Platform Project Space in Brooklyn, NY. The exhibition is on view June 1 – June 30, 2023.
Donna Chung and David Scanavino each have donated a work for the 2023 White Columns Benefit Auction. The auction will be held on Thursday, June 1, 2023.
Barry Stone has photographs included in Collecting the Future: Photography and Generative Art on the Blockchain, a group show at Assembly in Houston, Texas. The exhibition is made up of works that use technology to create digitally-native art practices. The exhibition is on view May 26, 2023 through July 22, 2023.
Pamela Jorden has a painting included in The Holographic Principle, a group show at Philip Martin Gallery that explores what picture-making is. The exhibition is on view through June 3, 2023.
Kemar Keanu Wynter and Joy Curtis are both recipients of the 2023–24 Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program in DUMBO, Brooklyn, New York. The Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program awards rent-free private studio spaces to a jury-selected group of artists for one year.
David Gilbert is an artist-in-residence at La Maison Dora Maar in the south of France during the month of May.
The Carnegie Museum of Art has acquired five artworks from Sam Contis’ photo series Overpass.
Kemar Keanu Wynter’s 2023 solo show Heralds is listed as part of Artforum’s “Must-See Shows,” the editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide. The exhibition is on view May 11 – June 17, 2023.
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.
Alex Dodge, Holly Coulis, and Glen Baldridge have works exhibited in a group show at Maki Fine Arts. The exhibition is on view May 13 – June 25, 2023.
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.
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.
Benjamin Butler will be an artist-in-residence at SoArt in Spittal an der Drau, Austria during the month of May.
Erika Ranee will be talking at a panel discussion at the Milton Resnick and Pat Pasloff Foundation on April 27 at 6:30pm. Other artists on the panel include Pam Glick, Clare Grill, and Jennifer Samet, with Andrea Belag as moderator.
Ian Pedigo has work included in Local Objects, a group show organized by International Objects. The exhibition is on view March 18 through May 28, 2023.
A painting by Pamela Jordan is on view at the Governor’s Mansion in Sacramento, CA.
The Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation awarded Mark Armijo McKnight a 2023 Guggenheim Fellowship for his achievement and potential in the field of photography.
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery will be exhibiting artworks by Alex Dodge, Graham Anderson, Holly Coulis, and Benjamin Butler at Art Brussels 2023, Booth 5B-43.
Alex Dodge is having a solo show, Personal Day, at BB&M Contemporary Art Gallery in Seoul, Korea. The show will feature a suite of new his oil paintings, and runs through May 20, 2023.
David Gilbert Heaven and Earth (2023), a catalog produced on the occasion of the artist’s solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is available for purchase! The catalogue consists of 24 pages in full color. Purchase here.
Benjamin Butler has work included in Nature, a group show at Charim Gallery in Vienna, AT. The show attempts to provide an objectively ambivalent view of nature by denying any romanticism. The exhibition is on view March 29 through April 22, 2023.
When Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday, a solo show featuring new works by Thomas Øvlisen, opens March 31, 2023 at Kunsthal Kongegaarden in Korsør, DK. The exhibition, inspired by the harbor city, will be on view until June 25, 2023.
Kemar Keanu Wynter is participating in “Artist Room 2023” at Encounter Gallery in Lisbon, PT. The “Artist Room” project was introduced in 2018 to provide artists the opportunity to present a focused solo installation of a specific series of recent work. The exhibition is on view March 24 through May 13, 2023.
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 Wigwag (2023), a catalog produced on the occasion of the artist’s solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is available for purchase! The catalogue consists of 28 pages in full color. Purchase here.
Brown University published an interview with Richard Evan Schwartz in which he discusses his participation in Metric on a Torus at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery. The exhibition is on view until March 25, 2023.
Benjamin Butler is participating in Form, a group show organized by Agency in Vienna, Austria. The exhibition, curated by Yuki Higashino, will be on view March 11 through March 26, 2023.
Erika Ranee All Natural (2023), a catalog produced on the occasion of the artist’s solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is available for purchase! The catalogue consists of 28 pages in full color. Purchase here.
Erika Ranee’s 2023 solo exhibition, All Natural, was reviewed in Artforum by Greg Lindquist. Lindquist discusses Ranee’s studio techniques as well as the larger tenor of her oeuvre. All Natural is on view at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery through March 25, 2023.
The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation will be exhibiting work by Erika Ranee in their group show The Feminine in Abstract Painting. Curated by Jennifer Samet and Andrea Belag, the show explores the feminine through aesthetics rather than identity or gender to reveal the complex nature behind the loaded term in art history. The exhibition is on view March 16 through July 15, 2023.
Sam Contis will be giving a talk at the California College of the Arts as part of their Larry Sultan Visiting Artist Lecture series. The talk will be held Wednesday, March 8, 2023 from 7:30PM – 9PM and is open to the public.
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.
Amna Asghar has work exhibited in Get Together, a salon-style group exhibition of Detroit-based artists at Reyes | Finn Gallery. The exhibition is on view February 25 through May 6, 2023.
Benjamin Butler has a painting included in 6 Artists selected by Tomio Koyama Gallery, a group show at Hankyu Men’s Osaka in Japan. The exhibition is on view through February 27, 2023.
Sam Contis has an artwork included in Basic Fit, a group show at Office Baroque gallery. Previously a gym, the exhibition space has been turned into a facsimile of a gym club. The show is on view February 10 through April 8, 2023.
Alex Dodge has an artwork included in a survey of Josef Albers at the Fleming Museum of Art. Josef Albers – Formulation: Articulation is an exhibition that explores Albers’ color theories and how they have impacted the art world. The exhibition is on view February 7 – May 20, 2023.
Kemar Keanu Wynter has two works on paper included in Death of Beauty, the inaugural Los Angeles exhibition for Sargent’s Daughters’s new West Coast location. The group exhibition is on view February 14 – March 25, 2023.
Holly Coulis and Pamela Jorden have paintings in Pocket Universe, a group show at Phillip Martin Gallery. The exhibition, which celebrates the gallery’s recent move to a new location, is on view 14 February through 11 March, 2023.
Erika Ranee’s 2023 solo show All Natural is listed as part of Artforum’s “Must-See Shows,” the editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide. The exhibition is on view February 17 – March 25, 2023.
Kemar Keanu Wynter’s Jerk Pork (2021) was acquired by Art Galleries at Black Studies, University of Texas. “Art Galleries at Black Studies at The University of Texas at Austin (AGBS) is a collecting institution whose mission is to acquire, preserve, interpret, exhibit, and otherwise make accessible modern and contemporary art and cultural materials from Africa and the African Diaspora for the benefit of a variety of audiences” (from AGBS website).
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.
Sun Shift, a solo show of new works by Holly Coulis, is on view at Cooper Cole Gallery in Toronto, Canada. The show runs January 28, 2023 through March 11, 2023.
Glen Baldridge was interviewed by David Graver for Cool Hunting, an online arts and culture publication. Baldridge discusses his use of the owl, a frequent motif in his more recent paintings, as well as the hidden phrases he includes in many works.
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.
Joy Curtis has several of her sculptures from her Skeleton Woman series reproduced in december, volume 33.2. A concise overview of the series written by december art editor Buzz Spector is included in the introduction to the current issue.
Amna Asghar was interviewed by Brainard Carey for The Museum of Non-Visible Art on Yale Radio. Asghar discusses the backstory behind the title of her 2023 solo exhibition at Klaus von Nichtssagend gallery, what she is currently reading, the cinematic and art historical references in her work, and more.
Erika Ranee is included in Come a Little Closer, a group show at DC Moore Gallery in New York City. The exhibition, which takes small painting as its unifying theme, is on display January 12 – February 11, 2023.
Kemar Keanu Wynter is an artist-in-resident at the The Macedonia Institute in Chatham, NY through the month of January, 2023.
Glen Baldridge’s 2023 solo show Wigwag is listed as part of Artforum’s “Must-See Shows,” the editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide. The exhibition is on view January 6 – February 11, 2022.