Julia Haft-Candell is offering readings from her Infinite Cards deck on Thursday, July 7 from 2:00-4:00PM. Infinite Cards, 2021, is similar to tarot cards. Each card houses a symbol, such as infinity, knots, eyes or weaving, all of which are shapes recurring in Haft-Candell’s studio practice. Similar to tarot cards, the imagery on each card is symbolic of a greater narrative that, through a reading, connects the participant to their intuition, acting as a divination guide. Suggested donation to the Missouri Abortion Fund.
For her first solo exhibition at a European institution, Sam Contis’s Transit presents new and recent works from three series, including large scale color photographs, intimately scaled gelatin silver prints, and a two-channel video projection. Contis’s recurring interest is in the body in flux – in motion through the landscape and through transitional states of identity. Transit is on view at Carré d’Art Nîmes July 5 through November 20, 2022.
Dream Life, a group show featuring work by Alex Dodge at BB&M Gallery in Korea, was reviewed in HypeArt.
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.
Alex Dodge talks with artist Brian Alfred about his early days in Denver’s noise music scene, his process, recurrent themes in his work, and more. Listen to the full conversation here.
Duet, Sam Contis’ 2022 solo show, was reviewed in Musée Magazine by Lia Jung. Jung finds similarities between vocalist Inbal Hever’s body movements and the camera itself.
Kemar Keanu Wynter was invited to participate in Ox-Bow’s Summer Residency Program from May 30 – June 18, 2022.
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.
Alex Dodge’s first ever public art project is now on view in Columbus, Ohio, as a part of the new Astor Park Project and commissioned by The Pizzuti Companies.
Dodge developed this new text design specifically for these murals, which then allowed him to repurpose it to create recent paintings like “Self-Driving Cars” (on view at in a two person show with Tom LaDuke Miles McEnery Gallery in NYC, through June 4) and “Catastrophic Systems Failure” (on view in a group show curated by Dan Cameron at BB&M Gallery in Seoul, Korea, through July 2)
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.
The Centre Pompidou has acquired the following artworks from Sam Contis’s Deep Springs series: Untitled (Neck), 2015; Hold Down, 2014; Pulling Back the Skin, 2014; Eggs, 2015; Red Desert (Death Valley), 2014; Shoeing, 2013; Untitled (Sheet), 2016; Cover, 2013; Arbor, 2014; Untitled (Riding the Range, ca. 1920-24), 2016.
Erika Ranee and Kemar Keanu Wynter both donated an artwork to the 2022 White Columns Benefit Auction and Exhibition. Their works are on view until the auction on June 1.
Kemar Keanu Wynter has been included in a group show, 𝗡𝗼𝘁𝗲𝘀 𝗼𝗻 𝗘𝗰𝘀𝘁𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗰 𝗨𝗻𝗶𝘁𝘆, at OTP Copenhagen. “Responding to, challenging and expanding Dorothy Iannone’s concept of “ecstatic unity” within a contemporary context, the exhibition surveys a variety of approaches to the combination of: hyper-sensory aesthetics, transcendental eroticism and autobiography.”
Alex Dodge has paintings included in Dream Life, a group show at BB&M Gallery in Seoul, South Korea. The exhibition is on view from May 21 – July 2, 2022.
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.
Joy Curtis has an artwork included in Fragmentary Blue, a group show at The Hotchkiss Tremaine Art Gallery. The show is on view from May 15 through June 19, 2022.
Jennifer J. Lee, whose artworks were presented at the Independent 2022, was discussed in Artsy’s article “The Best Booths at New York Art Week.” The author touches on Lee’s practice, her use of jute, and the works presented.
Kiss of the Sun, a solo show featuring work by Mark McKnight, is on view from April 29 through May 28, 2022 at Kendall Koppe Gallery in Glasgow, Scotland.
Joy Curtis has works included in Broken Open, a group show at MONA in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The show is up from April 19 to September 25, 2022.
The Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation awarded Sam Contis a 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship for her achievement and promise in the field of photography.
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.
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery will present new paintings by Jennifer J. Lee at the Independent Art Fair 2022 in New York
Benjamin Bulter has two paintings, Winter Forest (2016) and Purple (Landscape) (2018), included in contemporary – ism, a showcase at Objet d’art in Tokyo. The show is up from March 4 – April 3.
Mark McKnight has an artwork included in Perris, a group show at Tyler Park Presents, on view from February 18 through March 19, 2022.
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.
“Eyes and Yous” was reveiwed by Mina Juhn for Whitewall.
Cloudy (Spilled Paint and Cigarettes), a photograph by Mark McKnight, is included in Aqux, a group show at The Mistake Room. The show is up from February 19 – April 23, 2022.
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.
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 has two artworks in Juggernaut, a group show at The Pit Los Angeles. The exhibition is up January 15 through February 26, 2022.
Donna Chung and Irwin Kremen have artworks included in a group show, Looking Back / The 12th White Columns Annual – Selected by Mary Manning, at White Columns Gallery. The show is on view from January 22 through March 5, 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.
Jennifer J. Lee has two works included in Ecosystems of Relations, a group show at Super Dakota. The artworks are on view from January 13 to February 19, 2022.