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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.

Glen Baldridge Interviewed for Design Milk

Glen Baldridge talks to Kelly Beall for Design Milk about his artistic process, influences, and parenthood. Read the full article here.

Alex Dodge, Holly Coulis, and Glen Baldridge at Maki Fine Arts

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.

Glen Baldridge Interview

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.

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.

An Artforum “Must-See” Show

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.

Glen Baldridge at Halsey McKay Gallery

Glen Baldridge presents new work in What Now Who How, a solo show at Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton. The artworks are a further exploration of the “No Way” text that has been a prominent feature in Baldridge’s recent oeuvre. The exhibition is on view September 3 through October 30.

Glen Baldridge Acquisition by the New York Public Library

Glen Baldridge’s screenprint mirror to your fears was added to the New York Public Library’s art and architecture collection.

Glen Baldridge Acquired by the Whitney Museum

The End’s Not Near, It’s Here (2009) by Glen Baldridge was acquired by the Whitney Museum.