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    • 26 January 2024

       

      Brendan Fernandes will be contributing to Prospect.6, the longest-running, citywide contemporary art triennial, which will span approximately 20 venues and unconventional spaces throughout New Orleans. The show will be on view from 2 November 2024 — 2 February 2025.

       

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    • 24 January 2024

       

      Work by Brendan Fernandes is included in The Body, the Host: HIV/AIDS and Christianity, currently on view at Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College. The show runs from 20 January - 15 December 2024.

       

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    • 24 January 2024

       

      William Villalongo's survey show Myths & Migrations opens at Grinnell College Museum Of Art on Thursday, 25 January 2024. The traveling exhibition will also appear at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art in Madison, WI, The University of Colorado Museum of Art in Boulder, CO, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, PA. 

       

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    • 18 January 2024

       

      The New Village: Ten Years of New York Fashion, featuring the work of Beverly Semmes, opens 22 January 2024. The exhibition will be on view at the Pratt Manhattan gallery until 16 March 2024. 

       

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    • 18 January 2024

       

      Beverly Semmes'  Black Gowns, 1994 is featured in "Always Being Relation: 50 Years of the Gallery at the CFA," the Center for the Arts 50th Anniversary Exhibition, on view at Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery from 30 January - 3 March 2024. 

       

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    • 17 January 2024

       

      A Conversation with Allie Tepper and Maren Hassinger is taking place at Dia Beacon on Saturday, 20 January 2024 at 2 PM.  Limited space available on a first-come, first-served basis, so show up early!

       

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    • 17 January 2024

      Brendan Fernadnes' final performance of Within Reach is being held at Susan Inglett Gallery on 20 January 2024, from 2:30 - 4:30 PM. 

      During this durational performance, dancers interact with sculptures inspired by African headrests, their movements heavily drawing from contemporary dance and voguing.

    • 1 January 2024

      Jenny Wu reviewed ALLISON MILLER: WORLD for Artforum. 

       

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    • 21 December 2023

      On Saturday, December 16th, DIA Beacon opened Maren Hassinger’s multipart wire-rope installation Field, 1983. For the first time in nearly forty years, the work is now on display in its entirety.

       

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    • 15 December 2023

      Congratulations to Maren Hassinger on the acquisition of Vessel 1, 2023 by The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

    • 15 December 2023

      Congratulations to Marcia Kure on the acquisition of Reticulation, 2022 by the High Museum.

    • 15 December 2023

      Congratulations to Michi Meko on the acquisition of Her Clear Path: A mother's prayer. A son's anxiety, 2023, by Ruby City, San Antonio, TX. The work was included in his Summer exhibition "While I'm Here... A Different South" at Artpace San Antonio, TX.

    • 14 December 2023

      Brendan Fernandes will be interviewed by Elizabeth Buhe of The Brooklyn Rail in the New Social Environment #966. This conversation will explore his ongoing exhibition Within Reach,  and occurs at 1 PM EST on 19 December 2023.

       

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    • 11 December 2023

      Brendan Fernandes: Within Reach was cited as a MUST SEE by Annikka Olsen of Artnet News in "Artists to Watch This Month: 10 Solo Gallery Exhibitions to See In New York Before the End of the Year."

       

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    • 8 December 2023

      Parrasch Heijnen and Franklin Parrasch's Miami Art Basel presentation Brockman Days:  1967  - 1990  was cited as a MUST SEE by ARTnews. The booth features the work of Maren Hassinger among artists  Romare Bearden, David Hammons, Suzanne Jackson, Noah Purifoy, Mildred Howard, Samella Lewis, Frank Romero, Linda Vallejo, and Charles White in dedication to the important work of the historic Brockman Gallery. 

       

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    • 7 December 2023

      Looking to get a few exhibitions in outside of your Art Fair march? See: Maren Hassinger in Joan Didion: What She Means as suggested by The Art Newspaper in "Twelve must-see exhibitions in South Florida during Miami Art Week." On view through 7 January 2024.

       

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    • 1 December 2023

      Please join us tomorrow afternoon, December 2nd from 2:30 - 4:30 PM, for Brendan Fernandes' durational performance piece. Expanding upon his recent piece Hard Return, performed this past January at  The Neuberger Museum of Art, the dancers will execute a series of voguing gestures to activate sculptures inspired by African headrests.

    • 1 December 2023

      We're pleased to announce the acquisition of Robert Kobayashi's Fumiko in the Wind, 2009 by the New York Historical Society.

    • 7 November 2023

      Maren Hassinger interviewed by Jillian Steinhauer for the Los Angeles Times. 

       

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    • 7 November 2023

      D. Dominick Lombardi reviews ALLISON MILLER: World for The Brooklyn Rail. 

       

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    • 6 November 2023

      Hope Gangloff's portrait  ofJulie Packard is currently on view at the Smithsonian Museum's National Portrait Gallery in Forces of Nature: Voices The Shaped Environmentalism. Her painting was referenced by Angelica Aboulhosn in the Smithsonian Magazine's "Meet the Steely Gaze of Environmentalism."

       

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    • 3 November 2023

      Hope Gangloff was cited among the artists to see at The Art Show by Martha Schwendener of The New York Times. Find us at Booth C5 at the Park Avenune Armory until 5 November 2023. 

       

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    • 27 October 2023

      Pick up your pencils, class is in session! Join artist Benjamin Degen in his lecture series  Fundementals of Drawing at The Neuberger Museum of Art.  These workshops will take place every Wednesday 11:30 - 1 PM until 6 December 2023. 

       

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    • 26 October 2023 

      A selection of glassworks by Beverly Semmes is featured in Halsey Mckay Gallery's The GLASS SHOW curated by David Kennedy Cutler.  The exhibition will be on view 28 October - 31 December 2023. 

       

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    • 21 October 2023 

      Maren Hassinger is featured in the season finale episode, "Linda Goode Bryant 'Strangers & Friends" on Art 21.  In this episode, Hassinger recollects that money was not the objective at JAM, but instead, the goal was that artists would make new and extraordinary work. 

       

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    • 20 October 2023 

      William Villalongo's "Black Menagerie (Moon Mask)," 2023 is featured in the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico's group exhibition Puerto Rico Negrx. On view through September 2024. 

       

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    • 12 October 2023

      Our presentation of Maren Hassinger at Frieze Masters was cited as a MUST SEE by The Spaces, "Frieze London is 20 : What to see at the Art Fair and beyond on its milestone edition."  Fourth on the list just below Christo at Gagosian and Sheena Wagstaff's Artist-to-Artist Section at the Fair.  Find our presentation at Frieze Masters London booth S14 until 15 October 2023. 

       

       

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    • 12 October 2023

      Elizabeth Hazard of Fine Art Globe reviewed William Villalongo: Black Menagerie. The exhibition closes 14 October 2023, pay a visit before it's too late!

       

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    • 10 October 2023 

      Frieze Magazine highlighted our presentation of Maren Hassinger: On Dangerous Ground at Frieze Masters. On view 11 - 15 October at booth S14 at Regents Park.

       

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    • 7 October 2023

      Spotted! Live from the streets of New York a detail of Hope Gangloff's "Lil Nana at Lake George" coming to a bus stop near YOU! We are excited to announce our participation in The Art Show, ADAA with Hope Gangloff: Inner Landscapes.
      Find us in booth C5 from 1-5 November 2023. 

    • 4 October 2023

      Tune into Cerebral Women featuring Maren Hassinger in conversation with Phyllis Hollis. In this episode, Hassinger recounts her career, focusing on her 1981 LACMA exhibition "On Dangerous Ground." From 11-15 October the Gallery will be presenting an abbreviated version of her 1981 exhibition at Frieze Masters London.

       

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    • 30 September 2023

      Congratulations to Maren Hassinger on the installation of "This is How We Grow" on the terrace of the Art Institute of Chicago. On view through 21 April 2024. 

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    • 28 September 2023

      We are excited to announce our presentation of Maren Hassinger "On Dangerous Ground" at Frieze Masters London 2023. The fair will run at Regents Park, London from 11 - 15 October 2023.

       

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    • 28 September 2023

      Wilmer Wilson IV is included in The Culture: Hip Hop and Contemporary Art in the 21st Century. The exhibition is now on view at Saint Louis Museum of Art through 1 January 2024. The Culture will be traveling to the Cincinnati Art Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario.  

       

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    • 27 September 2023 

      Congratulations to Marcia Kure on the recent acquisition of two works on paper from her Abstract Bodies, 2022 series by the Menil Drawing Institute. 

    • 27 September 2023

      Congratulations to Wilmer Wilson IV on the recent acquisition of Rumblings, 2023 by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Wilson IV's work was originally commissioned by the museum for Rising Sun: Artists in An Uncertain America, on view through 31 December 2023. 

       

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    • 20 September 2023

      Hope Gangloff's portrait Julie Packard will be featured in "Forces of Nature: Voices That Shaped Environmentalism" at the National Portrait Gallery. On view 20 October 2023 - 2 September 2024. 

       

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    • 20 September 2023 

      Yesterday, 19 September 2023, William Villalongo spoke with writer and curator Allison Glenn on his recent exhibition Black Menagerie for The Brooklyn Rail's New Social Environment Zoom conversation series #901 featuring poet Tongo Eisen-Martin.

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    • 12 September 2023

      Hope Gangloff's work "E. Starbuck" will be featured in "Taking Space: Contemporary Women Artists and the Politics of Scale" at Montclair Art Museum. On view  15 September –  7 January 2024.

       

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    • 7 September 2023 

      Artist William Villalongo and data scientist Shraddha Ramani will present a lecture at the Sam Fox School, 24 October 2023. This lecture is a part of the ongoing Sam Fox School Public Lecture Series. The fall program includes artist Adam Pendleton, designer Kelli Anderson, Whitney curator Adrienne Edwards and architects Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi.

       

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    • 5 September 2023

      Artforum listed "WILLIAM VILLALONGO: Black Menagerie" as a MUST SEE. In celebration of Villalongo's seventh solo exhibition with the Gallery, please join us at the opening reception 7 September 2023 from 6 - 8 PM. 

    • 31 August 2023

      Congratulations to Maren Hassinger on the recent acquisition of her archive by the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles.

       

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    • 25 August 2023

      Congratulations to Michi Meko on the recent acquisition of Wading Fugitive. "Its not about the fish, but the water" - Artist John Gill, 2022 by the High Museum

    • 21 August 2023 

      Join the Association for Public Art's artist talk with Maren Hassinger at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture on 9 September 2023 from 6 - 7:30 pm. Hassinger will discuss her life’s work in the public space and the artist’s first outdoor sculpture exhibition in Philadelphia, Steel Bodies at the Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial.

       

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    • 17 August 2023

      Exhibited artist Jodi Hays in coversation with Brain Alfred on the Sound and Vision Podcast.  In her interview Hays discussed her practice along with "The Burden of Wait," a two person show featuring Hays and Michi Meko exhibited here at the Gallery December 2022 -January 2023. 

       

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    • 16 August 2023

      Taken from the sketchbooks of the artist, the "Robyn O'Neil Composition Book," was printed to accompany her 2020 survey "We The Masses." In honor of the exhibition, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth printed this small publication which includes an interview with the artist by Alison Hearst, Associate Curator at the Modern and organizer of the exhibition. Get your copy! 

       

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    • 20 July 2023

      The Benjamin Degen merch mart will return as a vendor in the NADA Foreland Community Market 21 - 23 July 2023. 

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    • 18 July 2023

      The Gallery was featured on Secret NYC's program highlights for the ADAA Chelsea Gallery Walk. Join us 19 July 2023 from 6 - 8 pm to "Action-Paint" like Pollock and participate in a guided tour with Curator David Platzker.

       


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