26 February 2021 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger was included in a feature in Harper's Bazaar about the history of the Studio Museum in Harlem and its lasting impact on the art world.
25 February 2021 — Maren Hassinger
On Thursday, 25 February at 6:30 EST, the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas will host a virtual artist conversation with Maren Hassinger in celebration of the acquisition of her work, Field (1989). Register for the event HERE.
24 February 2021 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger was interviewed by Art Institute of Chicago curator Hendrik Folkerts in Afterall.
23 February 2021 — Beverly Semmes
Beverly Semmes' fabric installation, Untitled (1993), was part of an expansive gift from the collection of Michael O. and Sirje Helder Gold to the Francis Young Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY.
18 February 2021 — Allison Miller
Allison Miller took part in a Zoom studio tour and conversation with artist and writer Daniel Gerwin on Thursday, 18 February at 1 PM EST, sponsored by the Neuberger Museum. Watch the discussion HERE.
12 February 2021 — Maren Hassinger
We are pleased to announce that Maren Hassinger's Field (1989) was acquired by the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas. Hassinger's piece is currently on view in the exhibition, Nasher Mixtape: Force of Nature, open through 26 September.
11 February 2021 — William Villalongo
William Villalongo will give a private exhibition tour on the Gallery's Instagram Live on Thursday, 11 February at 1 PM. Please join us by following us on Instagram.
10 February 2021 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger was awarded the 2021 Artist Award for Distinguished Body of Work from the College Art Association.
09 February 2021 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger will join artist Paula Wilson in a virtual roundtable through Locust Projects on 9 February at 7 PM. The event will be moderated by Alpesh Kantilal Patel.
06 February 2021 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger is part of the group exhibition, Nasher Mixtape, now open at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas. The exhibition is on view through 26 September.
02 February 2021 — Hope Gangloff
Hope Gangloff's work, Future Bitches (2017), from the Grinnell College Museum of Art's permanent collection, is part of their current exhibition, Face Forward, opening today. The exhibition is on view through 11 April.
28 January 2021 — 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 reviewed in Hyperallergic by Sarah Rose Sharp.
23 January 2021 — Robyn O'Neil
Robyn O'Neil is teaching a virtual drawing workshop through the Toledo Museum of Art on Saturday, 23 January at 1 PM in conjunction with the three-person exhibition, Telling Stories: Resilience and Struggle in Contemporary Narrative Drawing.
23 January 2021 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger's work, River, from the Studio Museum in Harlem's permanent collection, is part of the traveling exhibition, Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem, now open at the Utah Museum of Fine Art, Salt Lake City. The exhibition is on view through 10 April.
21 January 2021 — Hope Gangloff
Hope Gangloff's work, E. Starbuck (2010), from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum's permanent collection, is part of their exhibition, Taking Space: Contemporary Women Artists and the Politics of Scale, opening today. The exhibition is on view through 5 September.
12 January 2021 —
Hope Gangloff's portrait of Julie Packard, director of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, for the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. is the subject of the museum's latest Google Arts & Culture exhibition.
08 January 2021 — Robyn O'Neil
Robyn O'Neil is part of the inaugural Western Exhibitions Drawing Biennial at Western Exhibitions, Chicago, open through 20 February.
22 December 2020 — Robert Kobayashi
Our exhibition, Robert Kobayashi: Moe's Meat Market, was included in Design Milk's year-end review of the best exhibitions of 2020.
10 December 2020 — Alain Kirili
Alain Kirili was honored as a commander of l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres for his contributions to French culture.