06 July 2020 — Benjamin Degen
Benjamin Degen's exhibition, In Waves, was selected by Jerry Saltz as a must-see exhibition, both online and in-person, in New York Magazine. The exhibition is open by appointment through 24 July.
01 July 2020 — Maren Hassinger
The Aspen Art Museum has reopened with Maren Hassinger's installation, Nature, Sweet Nature, on the Rooftop Sculpture Garden. The exhibition will be on view through 13 September.
01 July 2020 — Benjamin Degen
Benjamin Degen's solo exhibition at the Gallery, In Waves, was reviewed in Artforum by Charity Coleman. The exhibition is open by appointment through 24 July.
29 June 2020 — Channing Hansen
Susan Inglett Gallery is pleased to announce our representation of Channing Hansen.
25 June 2020 — William Villalongo
On Thursday, 25 June, William Villalongo will join artist Mark Thomas Gibson and curator Christian Viveros-Fauné in conversation as part of the online exhibition, Life During Wartime. Watch HERE.
19 June 2020 — William Villalongo
We are honoring Juneteenth with our new viewing room for William Villalongo entitled Black Metamorphosis. His work considers the depiction of Black bodies throughout history, evoking the experience of the Black diaspora and celebrating Black identity.
16 June 2020 — William Villalongo
William Villalongo's works are featured in the online exhibition, Life During Wartime, curated by Christian Viveros-Faune, organized by USF Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa.
15 June 2020 — Ryan Wallace
Ryan Wallace was interviewed by his alma mater, the Rhode Island School of Design, about how he balances his artistic practice with running his gallery, Halsey McKay in East Hampton, NY.
13 June 2020 — Ryan Wallace
Ryan Wallace's untitled work from week 3 of FAIR was included in a curatorial selection of favorites by artist Sara VanderBeek, which includes works that "explore physical and emotional acts of interpretation and abstraction."
01 June 2020 — Alain Kirili
We are excited to share our latest viewing room for Alain Kirili and Ariane Lopez-Huici, which provides an insider’s glimpse into their legendary salons. This viewing room explores how attributes from these performances have been a source of artistic inspiration for all involved.
23 May 2020 — Benjamin Degen
21 May 2020 — Marcia Kure
We are proud to share Marcia Kure’s The 111 Project, a limited-edition of 111 masks made by Kure in batches of 10 with 11 different color choices with one unique outlier. These masks are available to purchase in our latest viewing room, with all proceeds going to The Coalition for the Homeless and BronxWorks. 25 masks will be also donated to New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
Susan Inglett Gallery is happy to present the work of Benjamin Degen and Ryan Wallace in FAIR, in support of the New Art Dealers Alliance's (NADA) online art fair initiative to cooperatively support our community of galleries, nonprofits, and artists. Please join us online 20 May through 21 June 2020 HERE.
13 May 2020 — Maren Hassinger
07 May 2020 — Benjamin Degen
We have launched a new viewing room platform, starting with a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Benjamin Degen's exhibition at the Gallery, In Waves. Please access the viewing room HERE.
15 April 2020 — Hope Gangloff
Several of Hope Gangloff's paintings are featured in Timothy Taylor's online exhibition, Dwelling is the Night, curated by Katy Hessel. The viewing room is live through 15 May.
14 April 2020 — Maren Hassinger
Maren Hassinger was one of many pioneering artists of color featured in T: The New York Times Style Magazine's feature, We Are Family, in the installment, "Chapter 1: Heirs and Alumni, The Artists."
The Gallery is participating in the Dallas Art Fair Online with a booth presentation entitled Quote Landscape Unquote, featuring unique landscapes from Hope Gangloff, Maren Hassinger, and Robyn O'Neil. The viewing room will be online through 23 April.
13 April 2020 — Robyn O'Neil
Robyn O'Neil's latest installment of her top-rated literary podcast, ME READING STUFF, is Texas-themed in honor of the Gallery's participation Dallas Art Fair Online. Tune in HERE to listen to part I. Our viewing room, Quote Landscape Unquote, features work by O'Neil, Hope Gangloff, and Maren Hassinger is online through 23 April.