22 September 2020 — Wilmer Wilson IV
Wilmer Wilson IV is one of five artists participating in the group exhibition, CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?, at Connersmith, Washington, D.C.
15 September 2020 — Robert Kobayashi
Our exhibition, Robert Kobayashi: Moe's Meat Market, was reviewed by Manami Fujimori as the cover story in YomiTime.
12 September 2020 — Ryan Wallace
12 September 2020 — Robert Kobayashi
Our exhibition, Robert Kobayashi: Moe's Meat Market, was reviewed by John Yau on Hyperallergic.
11 September 2020 — Robert Kobayashi
Our exhibition, Robert Kobayashi: Moe's Meat Market, was reviewed by Andrea K. Scott in The New Yorker.
10 September 2020 — Maren Hassinger
The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery has announced a new commission by Maren Hassinger, Birthright, for the latest iteration of their IDENTIFY series, slated to open in March 2021. Learn more about Hassinger's commission HERE.
09 September 2020 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger and her video work, Birthright, is the subject of an article in Smithsonian Magazine in anticipation of her upcoming installation, Monument, a partnership between the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative (AWHI) and the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District in Washington, D.C. On 27 October at 5:30 PM, the Smithsonian AWHI will host a free Zoom screening of Birthright with Hassinger-- registration is required HERE.
08 September 2020 — Wilmer Wilson IV
Wilmer Wilson IV's solo exhibition, Bedspread Iterations, was included in Kelly Crow's fall art preview in the Wall Street Journal.
08 September 2020 — Beverly Semmes
Beverly Semmes' fabric work, House Dress (1990), part of the Tufts Art Galleries' permanent collection, is on view in their latest exhibition, Making Marks, Making Change: Feminisms at Tufts, through March 2021. This group show celebrates the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage, part of a nationwide initiative across museum institutions to honor the 19th Amendment.
05 September 2020 — Marcia Kure
Marcia Kure is participating in the group exhibition, Hybridish, curated by Alistair Hicks, at Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna, opening 5 September. The exhibition is part of the festival curated by's 2020 edition. Hybridish runs through 3 October.
02 September 2020 — Robert Kobayashi
Susan Inglett Gallery is pleased to debut our latest viewing room for our upcoming exhibition, Robert Kobayashi: Moe's Meat Market. Experience the exhibition from the comfort of your home HERE.
25 August 2020 — Wilmer Wilson IV
The Gallery brings East Hampton to you through our latest viewing room for Wilmer Wilson IV's solo exhibition, "Bedspread Iterations," at Halsey McKay Gallery. Enjoy a preview of the exhibition, opening at Halsey McKay on 29 August, HERE.
21 August 2020 — Beverly Semmes
Work by Beverly Semmes from the Hunter Museum of Art's permanent collection is featured in their exhibition, The F Word: We Mean Female! This group exhibition was organized on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Women's Suffrage in the United States. The F Word: We Mean Female is open through 10 January 2021.
19 August 2020 — Maren Hassinger
On 19 August at Noon, Museum of Modern Art associate curator Paulina Pobocha will conduct a virtual studio visit with Maren Hassinger through MoMA's Instagram Live.
14 August 2020 — Robyn O'Neil
Our latest viewing room, Robyn O'Neil: The Cloudmakers, is devoted to the artist's drawing series by the same name, works that originate in the artist's love for cloud formations. Weaving together art historical references and poignant memories, her graphite drawings are a study in the sublime, rendering in careful detail the breathtaking, panoramic views of the greatest outdoors.
13 August 2020 — Wilmer Wilson IV
An interview with Wilmer Wilson IV was published in the summer issue of Trust, a publication from Pew Research Center. Read more of his conversation HERE.
12 August 2020 — Maren Hassinger
Susan Inglett Gallery is proud to announce the acquisition of Maren Hassinger's Wallflower (1975) by the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego.
10 August 2020 — Benjamin Degen
Benjamin Degen's drawing, Owl (2020), was included in an Artsy list of curatorial selections from Intersect Aspen. Read more about artist Marc Dennis' selections HERE.
01 August 2020 — William Villalongo
Susan Inglett Gallery presents William Villalongo’s work, Zero Gravity 1 (2018) as part of the project, Art Off-Screen, curated by Eileen Jeng Lynch, taking place across multiple locations internationally. The work will be on view from the front window of the Gallery starting 1 August through 1 September 2020. Visit the Gallery to view Zero Gravity 1 in person or head to our online viewing room HERE to learn more about the work.