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Conversation: Painting, Quilting, Sourcing—Christina Ramberg’s Artistic Practices
Conversation: Painting, Quilting, Sourcing—Christina Ramberg’s Artistic Practices
June 20, 2024
Brooklyn Rail | Enrico Baj: Alter Ego and Other Hypotheses
Brooklyn Rail | Enrico Baj: Alter Ego and Other Hypotheses
Review by Mary Ann Caws
Madison Avenue Gallery Walk
Madison Avenue Gallery Walk
May 18, 2024
Carnegie Museum of Art, Widening the Lens: Photography, Ecology, and the Contemporary Landscape
Carnegie Museum of Art, Widening the Lens: Photography, Ecology, and the Contemporary Landscape
Featuring work by David Hartt May 11, 2024-January 12, 2025
George Grosz: The Stick Men
George Grosz: The Stick Men
The Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY May 11, 2024 - September 1, 2024
Observer | Art as Resistance: Vian Sora On Veiled Meaning and Unleashed Expression
Observer | Art as Resistance: Vian Sora On Veiled Meaning and Unleashed Expression
May 7, 2024
Upper East Side Art Walk 2024
Upper East Side Art Walk 2024
May 8, 2024
Barry Le Va: In a State of Flux
Barry Le Va: In a State of Flux
Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein April 26 - September 29, 2024
Syncretism + Sustainability, Mel Kendrick in conversation with Sanford Biggers and Willie Cole
Syncretism + Sustainability, Mel Kendrick in conversation with Sanford Biggers and Willie Cole
National Academy of Design, New York, NY April 25, 2024, 6-8 pm
Christina Ramberg: A Retrospective
Christina Ramberg: A Retrospective
Christina Ramberg (1946–1995) was an influential and beloved member of Chicago’s contemporary art scene. April 20 – August 11, 2024
2024 Venice Biennale: Șerban Savu's Romanian Pavilion, Curated by Ciprian Mureşan, Named a Must-See by Apollo Magazine
2024 Venice Biennale: Șerban Savu's Romanian Pavilion, Curated by Ciprian Mureşan, Named a Must-See by Apollo Magazine
Article by Edward Behrens April 19, 2024
Jorinde Voigt in Group Exhibition at the St. Regis Hotel during the 60th Venice Biennale
Jorinde Voigt in Group Exhibition at the St. Regis Hotel during the 60th Venice Biennale

 

 

Chakaia Booker's "Shaved Portions" Opens in the Garment District
Chakaia Booker's "Shaved Portions" Opens in the Garment District
Chakaia Booker's Outdoor Sculpture 'Shaved Portions' Opening Event
Chakaia Booker's Outdoor Sculpture 'Shaved Portions' Opening Event
April 18, 2024, 12:30 - 1:30pm

Garment District Plazas, New York, NY

COSMIC GEOMETRIES: The Prairie’s Edge
COSMIC GEOMETRIES: The Prairie’s Edge
April 12—May 25, 2024 April 16, 2024
Ciprian Muresan, curator representing Romania at La Biennale
Ciprian Muresan, curator representing Romania at La Biennale
Oana Vasiliu · Business Review April 15, 2024
Vian Sora Artist Talk, Art à la Carte with the SB Museum of Art
Vian Sora Artist Talk, Art à la Carte with the SB Museum of Art
April 9, 2024
Pratt Manhattan Gallery: “The Apex is Nothing”
Pratt Manhattan Gallery: “The Apex is Nothing”
Featuring work by Jorinde Voigt April 5 – June 8, 2024
Jorinde Voigt: Constant Vision
Jorinde Voigt: Constant Vision
March 15-June 9, 2024
Artists Choose Parrish Part III
Artists Choose Parrish Part III
Mel Kendrick, Richard Aldrich, Joanne Greenbaum, Virginia Jaramillo, Rashid Johnson, KAWS, David Salle, Sean Scully, Amy Sillman October 29, 2023–February 18, 2024
Barry Le Va, On Center Shatter-or-Shatterscatter (within the Series of Layered Pattern Acts), 1968–71
Barry Le Va, On Center Shatter-or-Shatterscatter (within the Series of Layered Pattern Acts), 1968–71
Artwork of the month December December 2023
National Academy of Design Elects Mel Kendrick as one of 2023 National Academicians
National Academy of Design Elects Mel Kendrick as one of 2023 National Academicians
September 21, 2023

 

 

George Grosz: The Stick Men
George Grosz: The Stick Men
Special Exhibition at Das Kleine Grosz Museum May 25, 2023 - November 27, 2023
Upper East Side Art Walk
Upper East Side Art Walk
5-8pm May 16, 2023
Parrish Art Museum Presents 'Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things in Things'
Parrish Art Museum Presents 'Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things in Things'
November 6, 2022 to February 19, 2023

The Philadelphia Art Alliance at University of the Arts is pleased to present an exciting group exhibition comprising works by 30 New York School artists entitled The Searchers. Centered around the associates of Thomas Nozkowski, The Searchers is named after the film classic by John Ford, which was Nozkowski’s favorite. But more than just an homage to their friend, The Searchers is an exhibition that stands on its own, full of important artworks and ideas. The project celebrates every included artist, each of whom searches for their own way into the visual world. Thus, The Searchers is an investigation of cross references and styles much like exhibitions of Tenth Street Painters, artists of Coenties Slip, the Rutgers Group, Cal Arts, or Jefferson Street. As such, it is a kind of snapshot of a cultural period and group interactions.

The artists included in The Searchers are Richard Artschwager, John Duff, Julia Fish, Suzan Frecon, David Goerk, James Hyde, Merlin James, Suzanne Joelson, Jonathan Lasker, Judy Linn, Sylvia Plimack Mangold, Robert Mangold, Chris Martin, Kazuko Miyamoto, Catherine Murphy, Diane Neumaier, Thomas Nozkowski, Martin Puryear, Joyce Robins, Harry Roseman, Sherman Sam, Katia Santibiez, Peter Saul, Sally Saul, Arlene Shechet, James Siena, Gary Stephan, Rob Storr, Kunie Sugiura, and Ruth Vollmer. 

Although many of the artists are abstract painters as was Nozkowski, the connections are deeper than style or mediums. Included in this major exhibition are photographers, sculptors, funky artists on the edge of Pop like Peter Saul, dedicated representational artists like Sylvia Mangold, Harry Roseman, or Catherine Murphy, and systemic practitioners such as Kazuko Miyamoto and Ruth Vollmer.

Join the Parrish Art Museum for a conversation with artists Mel Kendrick and Carroll Dunham, in conjunction with the solo exhibition, Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things in Things. Kendrick and Dunham, longtime friends and both former studio assistants to Dorothea Rockburne, will explore their respective careers as artists and approach to artmaking.

Carroll Dunham (b. 1949, New Haven, CT) is a contemporary American painter, whose career has encompassed elements of Abstract Expressionism, Surrealism and Neo-expressionism, moving from abstraction to figuration. Dunham has held global solo exhibitions at Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Millesgården, Stockholm; and Drammens Museum, Drammen, Norway, followed by a mid-career retrospective was held at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York. Dunham’s work is held in numerous esteemed collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, Brooklyn Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Walker Art Center, and Whitney Museum of American Art, among others.

The Parrish Art Museum will be holding a conversation with artist Mel Kendrick and Nancy Princenthal, in conjunction with his solo exhibition, Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things in Things, currently on view through February 19, 2023. Princenthal contributed an introductory essay to the fully illustrated catalogue, co-published and distributed by Rizzoli International.

Introduced by Corinne Erni, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs and Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special Projects, the conversation will explore Kendrick’s decades-long career, approach to artmaking, process and material, and the possibilities of sculpture, followed by a short book signing for the exhibition publication.

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