21 November 2020 — Robyn O'Neil
Robyn O'Neil is part of a three-person exhibition, Telling Stories: Resilience and Struggle in Contemporary Narrative Drawing, with Amy Cutler and Annie Pootoogook at the Toledo Museum of Art. The exhibition is open through 14 February 2021.
18 November 2020 — Maren Hassinger
On 18 November at 9 PM EST/5 PM PST, Maren Hassinger will be speaking as part of the virtual fundraiser series, Material Concerns, at the Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum, California State University at Long Beach.
18 November 2020 — Hope Gangloff
Hope Gangloff's work, E. Starbuck (2010), from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum's permanent collection, will be part of their exhibition, Taking Space: Contemporary Women Artists and the Politics of Scale. The exhibition will be one of three discussed in their virtual fall exhibition preview for members on 18 November at 5 PM EST. Learn more and sign up HERE.
13 November 2020 — Robyn O'Neil
Robyn O'Neil's three-person exhibition, Telling Stories: Resilience and Struggle in Contemporary Narrative Drawing, with Amy Cutler and Annie Pootoogook at the Toledo Museum of Art was selected by Apollo Magazine as part of their weekly selections of international exhibitions. The show will open on 21 November.
12 November 2020 — Maren Hassinger
On 12 November at 7 PM EST/5 PM CST, Maren Hassinger gave an artist's talk via Zoom as part of Brigham Young Art Department's Lecture Series.
11 November 2020 — Maren Hassinger
Living Things, a group exhibition at JTT, NYC featuring work by Maren Hassinger, was reviewed by Will Heinrich in The New York Times.
11 November 2020 — Eric Fertman
Eric Fertman's sculpture was featured in an Elle Decor article about the Parisian apartment of jeweler Seiichi Takeichi and his partner Philippe.
05 November 2020 — Wilmer Wilson IV
Wilmer Wilson IV's public installation, 'til bronze flows through the streets, through 1708 Gallery, Richmond was discussed in an article in RVA by David Tran.
29 October 2020 — Robert Kobayashi
Our exhibition, Robert Kobayashi: Moe's Meat Market, was reviewed by Roberta Smith in The New York Times.
28 October 2020 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger's outdoor installation, Monument, in Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., was included in an article by Kriston Capps in The Washington Post about site-specific projects in the city.
28 October 2020 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger is part of the group exhibition, Living Things, at JTT, NYC. The exhibition is open through 28 November 2020.
26 October 2020 — Robert Kobayashi
Our exhibition, Robert Kobayashi: Moe's Meat Market, was reviewed by David Behringer in Design Milk.
25 October 2020 — Robert Kobayashi
Our exhibition, Robert Kobayashi: Moe's Meat Market, was featured among selected exhibitions in NYC by TheGuide.Art.
19 October 2020 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger's latest outdoor sculpture, Monument, is now on view in Washington D.C.'s Dupont Circle neighborhood, presented by the Smithsonian's American Women’s History Initiative.
16 October 2020 — William Villalongo
William Villalongo joins curator Rena Hoisington of the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. for a Zoom conversation hosted by the International Print Center, NYC, and the International Fine Print Dealers Association entitled "Form through Darkness: The Works on Paper of Jean-Jacques Lagrenée and William Villalongo." Click HERE to view the conversation.
14 October 2020 — Maren Hassinger
Storm King Art Center is hosting a Zoom artist conversation between Maren Hassinger and fellow artist Virginia Overton on 14 October 2020 at 6 PM. Learn more about the event HERE.
10 October 2020 — Robyn O'Neil
Robyn O'Neil joins Alison Hearst, curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, for a Zoom conversation in conjunction with the artist's solo exhibition at Inman Gallery, Houston on Saturday, 10 October at 1 PM CST.
07 October 2020 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger joins Smithsonian curator Charlotte Ickes on 7 October at 5:30 PM on Zoom for a free screening of the artist's video, Birthright (2005), and a demonstration by Hassinger on the meditative art of twisting newspaper. This Zoom event anticipates Hassinger's related performance commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery as part of its IDENTIFY series for next spring. Click HERE to watch Hassinger's conversation with Charlotte Ickes.
06 October 2020 — Robert Kobayashi
Our exhibition, Robert Kobayashi: Moe's Meat Market, was reviewed by Jan Garden Castro in Whitehot Magazine.