General Idea at Fondation Louis Vuitton
Exhibition | Paris

General Idea at Fondation Louis Vuitton

Being Modern: MoMA in Paris

October 11, 2017 – March 5, 2017

The Museum of Modern Art, New York and Fondation Louis Vuitton announce the first exhibition in France to present MoMA's u paralleled collection. A selection of rarely shown documentary material from MoMA's archives will be incorporated in the galleries, tracing the history of the Museum and contextualizing the works. 

Monica Bonvicini at Berlinische Galerie Museum of Modern Art
Exhibition | Berlin

Monica Bonvicini at Berlinische Galerie Museum of Modern Art

3612,54 M³ VS 0,05 M³

September 16, 2017 – February 26, 2018

Conceived for the large exhibition hall of the Berlinische Galerie Museum of Modern Art, Bonvicini's installation amongst other things investigates the term facade and its function. The show runs parallel to the 15th Istanbul Biennale in which the artist is also participating and features elements from both cities - Berlin and Istanbul.

Jay DeFeo & Pope.L at the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts
Exhibition | San Fransisco

Jay DeFeo & Pope.L at the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts

Mechanisms

October 12, 2017 - February 24, 2018

Jay DeFeo and Pope.L are included in the Wattis Instutute for Contemporary Arts' exhibition, Mechanisms

Eddie Martinez at The Drawing Center
Exhibition | New York

Eddie Martinez at The Drawing Center

Studio Wall

October 13, 2017 - January 21, 2018

The Drawing Center’s forthcoming exhibition Eddie Martinez: Studio Wall, will bring the drawing wall to the museum. The artist will paper the gallery with thousands of sketches that he will change throughout the exhibition’s run. In addition, several large drawings and paintings will be hung on top of these sketches allowing viewers to observe the interconnection between all aspects of Martinez’s practice.

Brent Wadden at Beeler Gallery at the Columbus College of Art & Design
Exhibition | Columbus, Ohio

Brent Wadden at Beeler Gallery at the Columbus College of Art & Design

STITCH

August 22, 2017 - January 2, 2018

Brent Wadden is included in Beeler Gallery at the Columbus College of Art & Design's group exhibition STITCH

Amanda Ross-Ho at Tramway
Exhibition | Glasgow

Amanda Ross-Ho at Tramway

UNTITLED PERIOD PIECE

November 9, 2017 –

UNTITLED PERIOD PIECE is Ross-Ho’s first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom and was originally commissioned by Bonner Kunstverein, Germany and Vleeshal, Middelburg. 

Leigh Ledare at the Art Institute of Chicago
Exhibition | Chicago

Leigh Ledare at the Art Institute of Chicago

Leigh Ledare: The Plot—Ruttenberg Contemporary Photography Series

September 9 – December 31, 2017

At the center of this exhibition is The Task—a film directed by Ledare during a three-day conference that he organized in Chicago that was structured according to the Tavistock method—a project that involved recruiting 30 participants, securing the collaboration of 10 psychologists trained in the method, and directing a film crew.

Eddie Martinez at The Davis Museum at Wellesley College
Exhibition | Wellesley, Massachusetts

Eddie Martinez at The Davis Museum at Wellesley College

Ants at a Picknic

September 19 - December 17, 2017

Eddie Martinez: Ants at a Picknic is the artist's first museum solo exhibition. The installation includes a suite of seven new large-scale “mandala” paintings, accompanied by a range of table-top painted bronze sculptures and large graphite drawings.

Pope.L at KADIST
Exhibition | San Francisco

Pope.L at KADIST

If Not Apollo, the Breeze

October 11 – December 16, 2017

If Not Apollo, the Breeze, curated by Jordan Stein, takes the literary history of the ancient oracle at Delphi as its starting point to explore the irrational, ambiguous, infallible, portentous, performative, hallucinatory, and predictive. Like the oracle itself, the exhibition presents a series of coded messages that address a future that is both hard to discern and right under our feet, like a road. Nine artists and one underground newspaper are included.

Martha Rosler at Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College
Exhibition | Annandale-On-Hudson, New York

Martha Rosler at Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College

Picture Industry

June 24 - December 15, 2017

Martha Rosler is included in the Hessel Museum of Art's exhibition Picture Industry

General Idea, Mary Kelly and Martha Rosler at the Whitney Museum of American Art
Exhibition | New York

General Idea, Mary Kelly and Martha Rosler at the Whitney Museum of American Art

An Incomplete History of Protest: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1940–2017

August 18, 2017 -

General Idea, Mary Kelly and Martha Rosler are included in the Whitney Museum's An Incomplete History of Protest: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1940–2017​. 

Karl Haendel at KUNSTVERENIGING DIEPENHEIM
Exhibition | Diepenheim, The Netherlands

Karl Haendel at KUNSTVERENIGING DIEPENHEIM

I who make mistakes on the eternal typewriter

September 16 – November 26, 2017

Karl Haendel is included in Kunstvereniging's group exhibition I who make mistakes on the eternal typewriter, curated by Marcel van Eeden and Nanette Kraaikamp. 

Pat O'Neill at Tate Modern
Screening | London

Pat O'Neill at Tate Modern

Where the Chocolate Mountains

November 23, 2017

In 2017, the Tate Modern's ARTISTS' CINEMA film series will expand the conversation between film and live performance, and examine artists’ various approaches to ethnography and the representation of cultural identities. The series will also feature the UK premiere of Pat O’Neill’s stunning experimental film Where the Chocolate Mountains.

Chris Johanson at Converge 45
Exhibition | Portland

Chris Johanson at Converge 45

YOU IN MIND

August 9 – October, 2017

Chris Johanson has contributed a public sculpture to Converge 45's exhibition, YOU IN MIND

Julian Stanczak at Diane Rosenstein
Exhibition | Los Angeles

Julian Stanczak at Diane Rosenstein

DUO

September 16 – October 21, 207

Julian Stanczak is the subject of DUO, a solo exhibition of geometric paintings with a reduced pairing of two colors at Diane Rosenstein in Los Angeles. 

Pope.L at What Pipeline
Exhibition | Detroit

Pope.L at What Pipeline

Flint Water Project

September 7 - October 21, 2017

Chicago-based artist Pope.L, who has been making public interventionist art for over twenty years, comes to Detroit artist-run gallery What Pipeline with Flint Water, on view September 7 through October 21, 2017. Conceived by Pope.L as one Midwest city helping another, both struck by similar blight, Flint Water is an art installation, a performance and an intervention that calls attention to the water crisis in Flint by bottling Flint tap water and putting it on display in Detroit. 

Pope.L in conversation with Christopher Y. Lew
Artist Talk | New York

Pope.L in conversation with Christopher Y. Lew

The Whitney Museum of American Art

October 19, 2017

Christopher Y. Lew, Nancy and Fred Poses Associate Curator and co-curator of the 2017 Biennial, joins Pope.L to discuss his practice in context of contemporary art in America.

Pope.L at Pratt Institute
Exhibition | New York

Pope.L at Pratt Institute

Survey Exhibition (part I): Camerado, this is no book

October 7 – 15, 2017

This survey exhibition, presented in two parts, brings together the artworks of participants within Pratt Institute’s program over the course of the past 125-plus years. Part one, Camerado, this is no book, curated by Jenni Crain, takes its title from Walt Whitman’s poem “So Long!” first published as the final poem in the third release of Leaves of Grass in 1860. 

Martha Rosler at MACBA
Exhibition | Barcelona

Martha Rosler at MACBA

MACBA COLLECTION. MARTHA ROSLER: GOD BLESS AMERICA!

May 18 - October 15, 2017

While her career has encompassed performance, photography, installation and essay writing, Rosler is perhaps best known for her work in video. MACBA Collection. Martha Rosler: God Bless America! focuses on Rosler’s video production through eleven works spanning the 1970s to 2006. The show centres on the key thematic lines in Rosler’s work, where politics as the ideological exercise of power, class hierarchy and economic interest is addressed, especially through the enactment of U.S. imperialism and the social control of women’s bodies. 

Monica Bonvicini included in the 15th Istanbul Biennial
Biennial | Istanbul

Monica Bonvicini included in the 15th Istanbul Biennial

a good neighbor

September 16 - November 12, 2017

From September 16 – November 12, the 15th Istanbul Biennial—which is curated by Elmgreen & Dragset and is centered around the concept of “a good neighbor”—will be staged across six venues in the heart of the Turkish city.

Details about the highly-anticipated exhibition have been released periodically over the past year, initially making waves in April 2016 when the artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset was selected as the 2017 curators. Their appointment was a notable first for the Biennial, which had previously never seen artists moonlight in a curatorial role.

Leigh Ledare at Artspace, Sydney
Exhibition | Sydney

Leigh Ledare at Artspace, Sydney

THE PUBLIC BODY .02

July 28 - October 2, 2017

Leigh Ledare is included in the group exhibition THE PUBLIC BODY .02 at Artspace, Syndey. 

Justine Kurland at Fondation Cartier
Exhibition | Paris

Justine Kurland at Fondation Cartier

Autophoto

April 19 - October 2017

Justine Kurland is featured in Fondation Cartier's Autophoto, an exhibition on the relationship between photography and the automobile. 

Book Signing for Eddie Martinez: Drawings
Book Signing | New York

Book Signing for Eddie Martinez: Drawings

Spoonbill Studio

September 22, 2017

Join us for the launch and book signing of Eddie Martinez's Drawings, published by Triangle Books, on Friday, September 22 from 7:30 to 9:30pm at Spoonbill Studio, Brooklyn. 

Pope.L in Documenta14
Kassel

Pope.L in Documenta14

Whispering Campaign

June 10 - September 17, 2017

Mitchell-Innes & Nash congratulates Pope.L on his inclusion in documenta 14 for which he conceived a new sound performance piece that takes place partially in the streets. The "Whispering Campaign" will run for the 100 days in both Athens and Kassel. Five performers will wander throughout designated areas of the city either broadcasting a pre-recorded score in English, Greek and German or whispering live their observations as they roam the city. 

Performances occur Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in designated areas throughout both cities. In addition to the live performances occurring three days a week, there will be several broadcasts of the pre-recorded text will play at select documenta 14 venues.

Chris Johanson at Soccer Club Club
Chicago

Chris Johanson at Soccer Club Club

Worms, Birds, People, and Air - The Art of Oh No and Dissociative Thinking

September 15, 2017

Worms, Birds, People, and Air
The Art of Oh No and Dissociative Thinking

by Chris Johanson

Opening Reception on Friday September 15th
8pm-11PM
Musical Performance by Sally Timms and Sunfoot

General Idea at MAMCO Geneva
Exhibition | Geneva

General Idea at MAMCO Geneva

Photographs (1969 - 1982)

May 30 - September 10, 2017

General Idea is the subject of a solo exhibition at the Musée d'art modern et contemporain, Geneva. 

WHITNEY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES 2017 BUCKSBAUM AWARD TO POPE.L
News

WHITNEY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES 2017 BUCKSBAUM AWARD TO POPE.L

Mitchell-Innes & Nash congratulates Pope.L on receiving this year’s Bucksbaum Award.

Established in 2000 by longtime Whitney Museum of American Art trustee Melva Bucksbaum and her family, the Bucksbaum Award recognizes an artist included in the Whitney Biennial “who has previously produced a significant body of work, whose project for the Biennial is itself outstanding, and whose future artistic contribution promises to be lasting.”

Sarah Braman at the Brant Foundation
Exhibition | Greenwich

Sarah Braman at the Brant Foundation

Animal Farm

May 14 - September 15, 2017

Sarah Braman is included in the exhibition, Animal Farm, curated by Sadie Laska at the Brant Foundation. 

Jay DeFeo at MoMA
Exhibition | New York

Jay DeFeo at MoMA

Making Space

April 15 - August 13, 2017

Making Space shines a spotlight on the stunning achievements of women artists between the end of World War II (1945) and the start of the Feminist movement (around 1968). Drawn entirely from the Museum’s collection, the exhibition features nearly 100 paintings, sculptures, photographs, drawings, prints, textiles, and ceramics by more than 50 artists.  Jay DeFeo is represented by Blossom (1958).

Pat O'Neill at Otis College of Art and Design
Exhibition | Los Angeles

Pat O'Neill at Otis College of Art and Design

Patterns Bigger Than Any of Us

May 7 - August 13, 2017

Two-person exhibition with Los Angeles-based artists Jesse Fleming and Pat O'Neill. 

Jessica Stockholder and Amanda Ross-Ho at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
Exhibition | Detroit

Jessica Stockholder and Amanda Ross-Ho at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit

99 Cents or Less

May 19 - August 6, 2017

Jessica Stockholder and Amanda Ross-Ho are included in MOCAD's exhibition titled 99 Cents or Less, curated by Jens Hoffmann, Susanne Feld Hilberry Senior Curator at Large. The large-scale exhibition explores themes of consumption, globalization, labor and income inequality. 

Karl Haendel at Kunsthalle Bielefeld
Exhibition | Bielefeld, Germany

Karl Haendel at Kunsthalle Bielefeld

Unsere Amerikaner (Our Americans)

November 5, 2016 - July 23, 2017

Karl Haendel is included in Kunsthalle Bielefeld's exhibition, Unsere Amerikaner (Our Americans). 

Pope.L at University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum
Exhibition | Tampa

Pope.L at University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum

BLACK PULP!

June 2 - July 22, 2017

BLACK PULP! was first exhibited at the International Print Center New York and will travel to the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery at Wesleyan University in Middletown Connecticut. 

Jay DeFeo at the Whitney Museum of American Art
Exhibition | New York

Jay DeFeo at the Whitney Museum of American Art

Where we are

April 28 —

Where we are focuses on works from the Whitney’s collection made between 1900 and 1960, a tumultuous period in the history of the United States when life in the country changed drastically due to war, economic collapse, and demands for civil rights. Artists responded in complex and diverse ways, and the exhibition honors their efforts to put forward new ways of presenting the self and American life.  Jay DeFeo is represented by The Eyes (1958).

GCC in Public Art Fund
Exhibition | New York

GCC in Public Art Fund

Commercial Break

February 6 - June 30, 2017

Mitchell-Innes & Nash congratulates GCC on their participation in Public Art Fund's 40th anniversary exhibition, Commercial Break, a citywide exhibition that celebrates and expands on the institutions commitment to media-based art work.

Chris Johanson in auction to benefit Planned Parenthood
Benefit Auction | New York

Chris Johanson in auction to benefit Planned Parenthood

Paddle8

Through June 29, 2017

For a special vinyl 7” release to benefit Planned Parenthood, Merge Records and its flagship band Superchunk asked their favorite contemporary artists including Joyce Pensato, Brian Calvin, and Amy Sillman to create unique works of art the size of a 7” record sleeve. Along with the original art, auction winners receive an exclusive pink swirl vinyl edition of the record. All net proceeds will be donated to Planned Parenthood South Atlantic. Please note this auction charges a 20% buyers premium.

General Idea at MALBA Buenos Aires
Exhibition | Buenos Aires

General Idea at MALBA Buenos Aires

Broken Time

March 24 - June 26, 2017

General Idea is the subject of a major retrospective at the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano, Buenos Aires. The exhibition travelled from the Museo Jumex in Mexico City. 

Mary Kelly at the Katonah Museum of Art
Exhibition | Katonah, New York

Mary Kelly at the Katonah Museum of Art

Picturing Love: Photography’s Pursuit of Intimacy

March 19 - June 25, 2017

Mary Kelly is included in the Katonah Museum of Art's exhibition, Picturing Love: Photgraphy's Pursuit of Intimacy

Pope.L at Martos Gallery
Exhibition | New York

Pope.L at Martos Gallery

Invisible Man

May 3 - June 24, 2017

Pope.L is included in the group exhibition, Invisible Man, at Martos Gallery. 

How to Basel with Amanda Ross-Ho
Parcours | Basel

How to Basel with Amanda Ross-Ho

Artsy

June 18, 2017

Walk through Art Basel Parcours with Amanda Ross-Ho as she explains her new outdoor installation 'Untitled Finding (ACCESS)'.

Pope.L in Documenta14
Athens

Pope.L in Documenta14

Whispering Campaign

April 8 - July 16, 2017

Mitchell-Innes & Nash congratulates Pope.L on his inclusion in documenta 14 for which he conceived a new sound performance piece that takes place partially in the streets. The "Whispering Campaign" will run for the 100 days in both Athens and Kassel. Five performers will wander throughout designated areas of the city either broadcasting a pre-recorded score in English, Greek and German or whispering live their observations as they roam the city. 

Performances occur Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in designated areas throughout both cities. In addition to the live performances occurring three days a week, there will be several broadcasts of the pre-recorded text will play at select documenta 14 venues.

GCC, Leigh Ledare & Pope.L in the 2017 Whitney Biennial
Biennial | New York

GCC, Leigh Ledare & Pope.L in the 2017 Whitney Biennial

March 17, 2017 - June 11, 2017

Mitchell-Innes & Nash congratulates GCC, Leigh Ledare and Pope.L on their inclusion in the 2017 Whitney Biennial co-curated by Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks.

Mary Kelly in Conversation with Eve Meltzer
Artist Talk | Sweden

Mary Kelly in Conversation with Eve Meltzer

Malmö Konsthall

June 4, 2017

Lund University awards honorary doctorate to Mary Kelly
News

Lund University awards honorary doctorate to Mary Kelly

Sweden

June 2, 2017

Artist Mary Kelly will receive an honorary doctorate degree from the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts at Lund University in Sweden at a doctorate conferment ceremony in May.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash represents The Estate of General Idea
News

Mitchell-Innes & Nash represents The Estate of General Idea

June 2017

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce representation of Canadian artist collective General Idea. 

Sarah Braman at Marlborough Contemporary
Exhibition | London

Sarah Braman at Marlborough Contemporary

April 27 - May 27, 2017

Pope.L at The Barnes Foundation
Exhibition | Philadelphia

Pope.L at The Barnes Foundation

Person of the Crowd: The Contemporary Art of Flânerie

February 25 - May 22, 2017

Pope.L is included in The Barnes Foundation's exhibition, Person of the Crowd: The Contemporary Art of Flânerie, which features work by more than 50 international artists who have taken to the street to play detective, make fantastic maps, scavenge and shop for new materials, launch guerrilla campaigns, and make provocative spectacles of themselves to speak to issues as diverse as commodity fetishism, gentrification, gender politics, globalization, racism, and homelessness. 

Eddie Martinez at Timothy Taylor
Exhibition | London

Eddie Martinez at Timothy Taylor

Cowboy Town

March 30 - May 6, 2017

Deeply indebted to the histories of painting, yet realised in an immediately contemporary manner, Martinez’s canvases – formed from oil paint, enamel, spray paint, screen printing and studio detritus – are loaded with coloured, quasi-abstract masses in varying densities juxtaposed against shifting lines. The resulting dynamic imagery moves and merges from figuration to abstraction and back again.

Sarah Braman at MASS MoCA
Exhibition | North Adams, Massachusetts

Sarah Braman at MASS MoCA

In the Abstract

On view May 6, 2017

Sarah Braman is included in MASS MoCA's exhibition, In the Abstract. 

Martha Rolser at the Getty
Exhibition | Los Angeles

Martha Rolser at the Getty

Breaking News: Turning the Lens on Mass Media

December 20, 2016 - April 30, 2017

Martha Rolser is featured in the Getty's Breaking News: Turning the Lens on Mass Media. 

A short documentary about Julian Stanczak by Vincent Prochoroff
Documentary

A short documentary about Julian Stanczak by Vincent Prochoroff

Harmonies in the Abstract

April 2017

Watch the short documentary titled Harmonies of the Abstract about Julian Stanczak by Vincent Prochoroff. 

Leigh Ledare named 2017 fellow of The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation
Artist News

Leigh Ledare named 2017 fellow of The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation

April 6, 2017

“It’s exciting to name 173 new Guggenheim fellows,” Edward Hirsch, the foundation’s president, said in a statement. “Each year since 1925, the Guggenheim Foundation has bet everything on the individual, and we’re thrilled to continue to do so with this wonderfully talented and diverse group. It’s an honor to be able to support these individuals to do the work they were meant to do.”

Amanda Ross-Ho at Bonner Kustverein
Exhibition | Bonn, Germany

Amanda Ross-Ho at Bonner Kustverein

UNTITLED PERIOD PIECE

January 28 - April 2, 2017

The exhibition at Bonner Kunstverein presents a new body of work inspired in part by Charlie Chaplin’s political comedy 'Modern Times', made in 1936 during the last great global recession.

Julian Stanczak: 1928 - 2017
News

Julian Stanczak: 1928 - 2017

March 25, 2017

It is with the saddest regret that Mitchell-Innes & Nash announces the death of Julian Stanczak.

Pope.L at Purchase College, SUNY
Exhibition | Purchase, New York

Pope.L at Purchase College, SUNY

Punching Up

February 22 - March 24, 2017

Pope.L is included in the exhibtion, Punching Up, at The Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery at Purchase College, SUNY. 

Martha Rosler at UnionDocs
Screening | New York

Martha Rosler at UnionDocs

South Africa: Crossing the River Without a Bridge

March 23, 2017

UnionDocs will screen Martha Rosler's film South Africa: crossing the river without a bridge (2016). 

Jay DeFeo at The Menil Collection
Exhibition | Houston

Jay DeFeo at The Menil Collection

Holy Barbarians: Beat Culture on the West Coast

November 18, 2016 - March 12, 2017

This exhibition brings together a selection of California artists who emerged following the Second World War and took advantage of the region’s permissive atmosphere to help create a thriving new art scene. Artists like John Altoon, Wallace Berman, Bruce Conner, Jay DeFeo, George Herms, and Edward Kienholz were part of a “Beat” generation, whose social critiques would eventually be incorporated into the counterculture and social protest movements that shaped the second half of the 20th century.

Leigh Ledare at Fondazione Prada
Exhibition | Milan

Leigh Ledare at Fondazione Prada

Give Me Yesterday

December 21, 2016 - March 12, 2017

Leigh Ledare is featured in Fondazione Prada's Give Me Yesterday, curated by Francesco Zanot. The exhibtion will inaugurate the program of Osservatorio, the foundation's new exhibition space in Milan. 

Pat O'Neill at International House Philadelphia
Screening | Philadelphia

Pat O'Neill at International House Philadelphia

Where the Chocolate Mountains / Runs Good

March 3, 2017

International House Philadelphia will screen Pat O'Neill's Where the Chocolate Mountains (2015) and Runs Good (1971). 

Monica Bonvicini at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
Exhibition | Gateshead, United Kingdom

Monica Bonvicini at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

her hand around the room

November 18, 2016 - February 26, 2017

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce that Monica Bonvicini will be the subject of a major one-person survey at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK. Using sculpture, installation, video, photography, text and performance, Bonvicini's work ranges from the intimate to the architectural in scale, questioning some of the often hidden forces that shape identity. The exhibition, titled her hand around the room, will present an overview of Bonvicini's work from throughout her career alongside specially comissioned new works. 

Jay DeFeo, Mary Kelly & Martha Rosler at the Whitney
Exhibition | New York

Jay DeFeo, Mary Kelly & Martha Rosler at the Whitney

Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney's Collection

April 27, 2016 - February 12, 2017

Karl Haendel at Susanne Vielmetter Projects
Exhibition | Los Angeles

Karl Haendel at Susanne Vielmetter Projects

By and By

January 7 - February 11, 2016

HUMAN INTEREST: MARTHA ROSLER ON SUSAN MEISELAS
Interview | New York

HUMAN INTEREST: MARTHA ROSLER ON SUSAN MEISELAS

The Whitney Museum of American Art

February 10, 2017

Martha Rosler describes Susan Meiselas's multi-year project Carnival Strippers, and the intensive engagement Meiselas developed in relation to her subjects.

Martha Rosler at the Jewish Museum
Exhibition | New York

Martha Rosler at the Jewish Museum

Take Me (I'm Yours)

September 16, 2016 - February 5, 2017

Martha Rosler will be included in the Jewish Museum's upcoming group show, Take Me (I'm Yours). Originally conceived by curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and artist Christian Boltansky in 1995, the show encourages visitors to participate in the exhibition by touching and even taking home works of art. 

Leigh Ledare at Office Baroque
Exhibition | Brussels

Leigh Ledare at Office Baroque

place du jardin aux fleurs

November 10 - December 23, 2016

Three bodies of work by Ledare will be on view at Office Baroque’s downtown gallery at Place du Jardin aux Fleurs: VokzalThe Walk, and The Large Group. These three overlapping works intervene into, or choreograph anew, a series of open systems — submitting both their subjects, and viewers, to distinct social, material or psychological processes. 

A conversation with Liam Gillick, Leigh Ledare and Svetlana Mintcheva
Artist Talk | New York

A conversation with Liam Gillick, Leigh Ledare and Svetlana Mintcheva

James Fuentes Gallery, New York

December 15, 2016

Thursday, December 15 at 7:30 PM
55 Delancey Street
New York, NY

Martha Rosler to give the Walter Annenberg Annual Lecture
News

Martha Rosler to give the Walter Annenberg Annual Lecture

The Whitney Museum of American Art

December 13, 2016

For the 2016 Walter Annenberg Lecture, Rosler will speak about her multidisciplinary practice and the genealogy of conceptual and feminist art in the United States with Adam D. Weinberg, the Museum’s Alice Pratt Brown Director.

Amanda Ross-Ho at Vleeshal Markt
Exhibition | Middleburg, Netherlands

Amanda Ross-Ho at Vleeshal Markt

UNTITLED PERIOD PIECE

September 25 - December 11, 2016

Vleeshal is pleased to present UNTITLED PERIOD PIECE, a solo exhibition of new work by Amanda Ross-Ho. UNTITLED PERIOD PIECE continues Ross-Ho’s exploration of labor, time and economy. The exhibition will be Amanda Ross-Ho’s first solo exhibition in the Netherlands and is co-commissioned with Bonner Kunstverein, where it will open on January 27 and run to April 2 2017.

Mary Kelly in Conversation with Rosalyn Deutsche
Artist Talk | New York

Mary Kelly in Conversation with Rosalyn Deutsche

The Whitney Museum of American Art

December 1, 2016

To mark the publication of October Files: Mary Kelly, a new anthology of essays and interviews that span the artist’s career, Kelly discusses her work with the critic and theorist Rosalyn Deutsche. 

David Nash in ArtNews
News

David Nash in ArtNews

How to Fix the Art World

November 28, 2016

David Nash included in ARTNEWS' How to Fix the Art World, Part 3

Pat O'Neill / Matrix 262
Exhibition | Berkeley, California

Pat O'Neill / Matrix 262

Berkeley Museum of Art Pacific Film Archive

September 28 – November 27, 2016

The Berkeley Museum of Art Pacific Film Archive will present a wide selection of the films O’Neill has made since the 1960s. 

Pat O'Neill at The Whitney
Screening | New York

Pat O'Neill at The Whitney

Water and Power

November 20, 2016

In conjunction with the exhibition Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905 - 2016, the Whitney Museum of American Art will be screening Pat O'Neill's 1989 film, Water and Power, on Sunday, November 20th at 3 pm. 

Mitchell-Innes & Nash Represents GCC
News

Mitchell-Innes & Nash Represents GCC

November 15, 2016

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce representation of artist collective GCC. 

Book Signing for Highway Kind by Justine Kurland
Book Signing | New York

Book Signing for Highway Kind by Justine Kurland

Dashwood Books

November 15, 2016

Join us for the launch and book signing of Justine Kurland's Highway Kind on Tuesday, November 15 from 6 to 8pm at Dashwood Books. 

Jay DeFeo at Marc Selwyn Fine Art
Exhibition | Beverly Hills, California

Jay DeFeo at Marc Selwyn Fine Art

Jay DeFeo: Paintings on Paper 1986 - 1987

November 5, 2016 - January 7, 2017

The solo exhibition highlights DeFeo’s Samurai series, a body of paintings on heavy paper influenced by DeFeo’s 1985 trip to Japan as well as the exhibition Spectacular Helmets of Japan, 16 – 19th Century, which she viewed the same year in San Francisco. 

Pope.L at The Museum of Modern at Art Warsaw
Exhibition | Warsaw

Pope.L at The Museum of Modern at Art Warsaw

PLAMA/THE SPOT

October 2016

PLAMA is a tv spot Pope.L produced in October 2016 in Warsaw. The spot had its premiere in Poland on November 10, on the eve of the Independence Day in Warsaw and two days past the presidential elections in the U.S.

Andrea Bowers on Martha Rosler
Artist Talk | Wilmington, Ohio

Andrea Bowers on Martha Rosler

Artists on Artists Lecture Series at Dia:Chelsea

September 27, 2016

As part of the Artists on Artists Lecture Series at Dia:Chelsea, Andrea Bowers will give a talk on Martha Rolser's exhibtiion If you can't afford to live here, mo-o-ove!! on Tuesday, September 27 at 6:30 pm. 

A conversation with Pope.L
News

A conversation with Pope.L

São Paulo Biennal

September 19, 2016

Pope.L talks about his most recent performance, Baile, at the São Paulo Biennal. 

Pope.L in the São Paulo Bienal
Bienal | São Paulo

Pope.L in the São Paulo Bienal

Baile, a new performance by Pope.L

September 7 - 10, 2016

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce a new performance piece conceived by Pope.L for the 32nd São Paulo Bienal. 

Publication of October Files: Mary Kelly
Publication

Publication of October Files: Mary Kelly

MIT Press, Edited by Mignon Nixon

September 2016

MIT Press' recent publication of October Files explores Mary Kelly's prolific artistic career, addressing such themes as labor, war, trauma, and the politics of care, while emphasizing the artist’s sustained engagement with histories of feminism and generations of feminists.

Jessica Stockholder in Time Out New York
Artist Interview

Jessica Stockholder in Time Out New York

Read Our Interview with Artist Jessica Stockholder

August 30, 2016

Blurring the line between painting and sculpture, Jessica Stockholder mixes found and bought objects with constructed and painted elements to a compelling effect. Although currently based in Chicago, Stockholder has exhibited frequently in various New York galleries, as well museums like the Whitney. Over the course of a 30-year career, she’s become one of the most influential artists of her generation, setting the stage for the hybrid style of sculpture and installation that dominates the art world today. Recently, the artist chatted with Time Out New York to discuss her new gallery show in Chelsea at Mitchell-Innes & Nash featuring, colorful assemblages, drawings and a large-scale, site-specific installation.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Blouin ArtInfo
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Blouin ArtInfo

Top Galleries of 2016

August 23, 2016

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is named one of Blouin's 500 Best Galleries Worldwide. 

Justine Kurland in Cabinet Magazine
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Justine Kurland in Cabinet Magazine

F-Hole

Spring-Summer 2016

I want to tell you why I sold my van. It’s not the first van I’ve left behind but it might be the last. I would like to publicly renounce a belief system that once seemed useful and true to me; I’ve outgrown the romantic escapism of this mode of travel. The boy who bought my van was excited to have it. He had just graduated from Bard and was planning to use it to drive to Marfa, where he had an internship. I felt like I was passing a baton. But exactly what kind of baton was it? Few things in the popular imagination are as symbolically loaded as cars. Or as guitars, for that matter. But let me start with vans.

Martha Rosler at Gallery 400 at UIC College of Architecture & the Arts
Exhibition | Chicago

Martha Rosler at Gallery 400 at UIC College of Architecture & the Arts

Precarity: Contingency in Artmaking and Academia

June 24 - July 30, 2016

Martha Rosler will be featured in Gallery 400's upcoming exhibition, "Precarity: Contingency in Artmaking and Academia."  

Martha Rosler at the International Center for Photography
Exhibition | New York

Martha Rosler at the International Center for Photography

Public, Private, Secret

June 23, 2016

Martha Rosler's iconic conceptual piece The Bowery in Two Inadequate Descriptive Systems from 1974-5 is to be included in the International Center for Photography's first exhibtiion, titled "Public, Private, Secret." 

Mitchell-Innes & Nash in TravelMag
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash in TravelMag

Top 7 Art Galleries in Chelsea

June 22, 2016

Named after its owners, a couple who formerly worked at the storied auction house Sotheby’s, this sky-lit space hosts a wide range of contemporary artists in shows that change roughly every month. 

Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Blouin ArtInfo
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Blouin ArtInfo

Must-See Booths at Art Basel 47

June 17, 2016

Postwar classics combine in this booth with more jarring contemporary fare in a vibrant mix with an electric charge.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash in The New York Times
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash in The New York Times

At Art Basel, Upbeat Dealers and Brisk Sales

June 16, 2016

BASEL, Switzerland — An art fair like the one here this week can feel as hermetic and all-consuming as a casino, so focused are the crowds on buying art — arguably its own form of gambling — and double-kissing that they lose track of time or what’s happening outdoors (in this case, gray skies and sporadic drizzle).

Martha Rosler in Unlimited at Art Basel
Art Fair | Basel

Martha Rosler in Unlimited at Art Basel

House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home, 1967-72

June 16 - 19, 2016

Presented in conjunction with Galerie Nagel Draxler, Martha Rosler's House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home from 1967-72 will be included in the Unlimited Section at Art Basel 2016. 

Mitchell-Innes & Nash in ArtNews
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash in ArtNews

Art Basel Begins, as the world's primo dealers fight a cooling market

June 14, 2016

With market prognosticators fearing a tepid start to Art Basel amid an international slowdown in art sales, the world’s biggest galleries shipped a ballsy set of offerings to Switzerland.

Pope.L in Unlimited at Art Basel
Art Fair | Basel

Pope.L in Unlimited at Art Basel

June 13, 2016

Mitchell-Innes & Nash announces The Problem, a new performance piece conceived by Pope.L staged for the opening of Unlimited during Art Basel in Basel. 

Leigh Ledare in Manifesta 2016
Biennial | Zurich

Leigh Ledare in Manifesta 2016

What do I do for money?

June 6 - August 18, 2016

Leigh Ledare is to participate in Manifesta 2016 in collaboration with Christian Jankowski. Ledare will present a project with Dr. Christoph Müller, group therapist and doctor for childhood and adolescent psychiatry and psychotherapy in Zurich. 

Tom Wesselmann Panel Discussion
Panel Discussion | New York

Tom Wesselmann Panel Discussion

May 21, 2016

Please join us this Saturday, May 21 at 4 pm for a panel discussion on the life and work of Tom Wesselmann.

Moderated by Lucy Mitchell-Innes, the panelists will include: Isabelle Dervaux, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Drawings, The Morgan Library & Museum; Jamian Juliano-Villani, artist; Michael Lobel, Professor of Art History, Hunter College and Jeffrey Sturges, from the Tom Wesselmann Estate.

 

Mitchell-Innes & Nash Represents Monica Bonvicini
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash Represents Monica Bonvicini

May 2016

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to annouce representation of Monica Bonvicini. 

Keltie Ferris in Auction to Benefit The Center
Benefit Auction | New York

Keltie Ferris in Auction to Benefit The Center

April 14, 2016

Curated by Arnold Lehman, Artspace has partnered with The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of New York for a benefit auction at their annual Center Dinner fundraiser, this year honoring Mary-Louise Parker and Timothy Chow. The auction, featuring artworks by Keltie Ferris, Deborah Kass, Shepard Fairey, Inez and Vinoodh and more, is now open for bidding. The online auction closes on Thursday, April 14, at 9:15 p.m. EST.

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Artist Talk | New York

Justine Kurland in Converstation at the New York Public LIbrary

Wild Stainless | Winona Barton-Ballentine, Justine Kurland | An Artist Dialogue Series Event

April 9, 2016

American photographers and mothers Justine Kurland and Winona Barton-Ballentine make work about the search for self-defined space, from inside of the home to out on the road. In celebration of Winona Barton-Ballentine's site-specific Photo Walls n Picture Collection exhibition Wild  Stainless,  Kurland and Barton-Ballentine converse about how culture, gender, social class, and motherhood, among other things, affect the desire for self-reinvention through the shaping of one’s surroundings; and how this is explored in photography and literature.

Saturday, April 9, 2016
455 Fifth Avenue
Mid-Manhattan Library, Corner Room
2:30 - 4:30, free and open to the public

Karl Haendel at LAXART
Exhibition | Los Angeles

Karl Haendel at LAXART

Karl Haendel and Tony Lewis

April 9 - May 21, 2016

LAxART is pleased to present a collaborative exhibition by Karl Haendel and Tony Lewis. This exhibition developed out of conversations around the possibilities of drawing as a personal, material, and metaphoric practice, an ongoing dialogue largely began when Lewis was Haendel’s student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Since that time, the artists have continued an exchange around their respective approaches to drawing and this exhibition marks the first time such dialogues have been made public. The selected works reflect a shared interest in figuration, social conduct, familial relations, the efficacy of communication, and drawing as a personal and idiosyncratic language.

 

Jessica Stockholder in Conversation at Rice University
Artist Talk | Houston

Jessica Stockholder in Conversation at Rice University

April 7, 2016

RIce University Art Gallery
6100 Main St, Houston, Texas 77005
06:00 PM

Talk by former Rice Gallery artist Jessica Stockholder, whose newest public work, Color Jam Houston, is in progress as part of Art Blocks in Main Street Square in Downtown Houston. Co-sponsored by Rice University and Blaffer Art Museum. With introductions by Rice Gallery Director Kim Davenport and Blaffer Art Museum Director Claudia Schmuckli, Stockholder will discuss her current project in conversation with past projects, including her installation at Rice Gallery in 2004, and her 2004 solo exhibition at the University of Houston Blaffer Gallery: Jessica Stockholder, Kissing the Wall: Works, 1988-2003.

Reception to follow.

Pope.L at The Walker Art Center
Exhibition | Minneapolis

Pope.L at The Walker Art Center

Less Than One

April 7 - December 31, 2016

Less Than One is an international, multigenerational group show offering in-depth presentations of work from the 1960s to the present by 16 artists central to the Walker’s collection. Included alongside such signature artworks as Sigmar Polke’s Mrs. Autumn and Her Two Daughters (1991) are major acquisitions on view here for the first time, including Ericka Beckman’s You The Better, Film Installation (1983/2015), Adrian Piper’s The Mythic Being: Sol’s Drawing #1–5 (1974), and Renée Green’s Bequest (1991), among other featured pieces.

Julian Stanczak included in MoMA 4th Floor Installation
Exhibition | New York

Julian Stanczak included in MoMA 4th Floor Installation

March 30, 2016

The Museum of Modern Art has reinstalled its fourth-floor collection galleries with works exclusively from the 1960s. Interweaving works from all of MoMA’s curatorial departments and the Museum Archives, this presentation focuses on a decade in which interdisciplinary artistic experimentation flourished, traditional mediums were transformed, and sociopolitical upheaval occurred across the globe. The galleries proceed chronologically, with work installed by year. This organizing principle steps back from the classification of galleries by art historical themes or “isms” and instead aims to provide a variety of fresh discoveries and unexpected connections. The product of a collaborative effort among curators from all departments, the presentation will undergo periodic reinstallations, reflecting the depth and richness of the Museum’s collection and the view that there are countless ways to explore the history of modern art, architecture, design, and the moving image.

Sarah Braman at the Kunsthalle Helsinki
Exhibition | Helsinki

Sarah Braman at the Kunsthalle Helsinki

The Zabludowicz Collection

March 19 - April 24, 2016

Nature meets contemporary art in Sarvisalo, Pernaja. The Zabludowicz estate hosts an artistic residency for young, international artists, whose work can be seen in different ways on the island. Art has spread to Sarvisalo, but the idyllic seaside venue is only open to public on special occasions so this exhibition offers an exciting opportunity to see works from Sarvisalo in the city.

This exhibition drawn from the Zabludowicz Collection presents contemporary art from nine artists who have visited or been exhibited in Sarvisalo.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash Represents Mary Kelly
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash Represents Mary Kelly

March 2016

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to annouce representation of LA-based artist Mary Kelly. 

Amanda Ross-Ho at the Walker Art Center
Exhibition | Minneapolis

Amanda Ross-Ho at the Walker Art Center

Ordinary Pictures

February 27, 2016 – October 9, 2016

Featuring works by some 30 artists, Ordinary Pictures surveys a range of conceptual image-based practices since the 1960s through the lens of the stock photograph, an under-researched yet pervasive aspect of our visual culture. Despite its apparent throwaway status, the stock image comprises the primary commodity of a billion-dollar global industry with far-reaching effects in the marketplace and the public sphere.

Tom Wesselmann at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Exhibition | Philadelphia

Tom Wesselmann at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

February 24, 2016 - May 15, 2016

This exhibition chronicles Pop art’s emergence as an international movement, migrating from the United Kingdom and the United States to western and eastern Europe, Latin America, and Japan. Although Pop arose in distinct forms within each region, artists expressed a shared interest in mass media, consumerism, and figuration. International Pop navigates a fast-paced world packed with bold and thought-provoking imagery, revealing a vibrant cultural period shaped by widespread social and political revolution.

Artist Talk | New York

Martha Rosler in Conversation at the Brooklyn Museum

with Nancy Buchanan and Andrea Bowers

February 20, 2016

February 20, 2016
2:00 p.m.
Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd Floor

Join Agitprop! artists Martha Rosler, Nancy Buchanan, and Andrea Bowers in a discussion on the intersection of art and activism in their practices. The speakers represent the chain of artist-driven nominations that shape Agitprop!’s evolving installation: Rosler, invited for wave one, nominated Buchanan for wave two; Buchanan in turn invited Bowers for wave three.

Free with Museum admission.

Eddie Martinez Skateboard Launch and Catalog Signing
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Eddie Martinez Skateboard Launch and Catalog Signing

February 17, 2016

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce the release of a new box set of three signed skate decks by Eddie Martinez produced in conjunction with MAKE Skateboards.  Please join us at the gallery on Wednesday, February 17 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm to celebrate the launch of this limited edition as well the launch of Martinez's new catalog Salmon Eye.  The artist will be signing catalogs from 7:00 - 7:30 pm. 

Artist Talk | New York

Martha Rosler in Conversation at the New York Public Library

February 10, 2016

In conjunction with the publication of American Artists against War, 1935–2010, author David McCarthy is joined by artists Joyce Kozloff and Martha Rosler for a discussion about artists’ activism and antiwar art in the age of the American Century. McCarthy provides a historical overview of the continuities and changes in antiwar art from the 1930s until today, while Kozloff and Rosler contextualize this broader history with their experiences as artists and activists since the 1960s.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016, 6 - 8 p.m. FREE

Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Celeste Auditorium, Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street

Keltie Ferris at the University Art Museum
Exhibition | New York

Keltie Ferris at the University Art Museum

University of Albany, University of New York

February 2 – April 2, 2016

Built up in layers of spray gun washes and palette knife zips, these fresh and original large-scale abstractions reference textiles, graffiti, and modernist painting through a pixilated haze of neon, dark night tones, and tempered pastels. The body prints are an extension of this layered approach to image-making.

Pat O'Neill at Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Screening | New York

Pat O'Neill at Mitchell-Innes & Nash

Where the Chocolate Mountains

January 14, 2016

In the spring of 2015, with the assistance of a Creative Capital grant, O’Neill completed a new feature film entitled Where the Chocolate Mountains. Following the New York debut at Anthology Film Archives earlier this year, Mitchell-Innes & Nash is excited to be screening this new feature for a one-night-only event at the Chelsea gallery.  Refreshments and snacks will be served; no RSVP required.  Run time is 55 minutes.

Pat O'Neill Screening at the University of Washington
Screening | Seattle

Pat O'Neill Screening at the University of Washington

Early Films

January 8, 2015

Henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington will present a selection of short films produced by experimental filmmaker and artist, Pat O'Neill. The program features a number of key early works, including 7362 (1967), a three-screen version of Runs Good (1970), Easy Out (1971), Last of the Persimmons (1972), and Down Wind (1973). Art Historian Johanna Gosse will introduce the films and lead a post-screening Q&A.

Keltie Ferris in Discussion at The Whitney Museum of American Art
Artist Talk | New York

Keltie Ferris in Discussion at The Whitney Museum of American Art

Working Space: Contemporary artists on Frank Stella

January 8, 2016

On the occasion of Frank Stella: A Retrospective, this roundtable discussion with artists Walead Beshty, Keltie Ferris, Jordan Kantor, and Sarah Morris explores key aspects of Stella’s heterogeneous approach to painting and its significance for younger generations of artists working today.

Allan D'Arcangelo and Tom Wesselmann at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Exhibition | Chicago

Allan D'Arcangelo and Tom Wesselmann at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Pop Art Design

December 19 – March 27, 2016

While we may think we know pop inside-out through the well-documented and widely discussed work of Andy Warhol and his peers, the spirit of pop not only manifested itself in Warhol’s paintings of Marilyn Monroe and Campbell’s soup cans, it also influenced the look of chairs, sofas, lamps, and even architecture during the culturally ebullient 1960s and 1970s. Pop Art Design, an exhibition organized by the Vitra Design Museum, one of the preeminent furniture and design museums in the world, pairs iconic design objects with artworks from this celebrated era to show the cross-pollination between these creative worlds.

Pat O'Neill Screening at Anthology Film Archives
Screening | New York

Pat O'Neill Screening at Anthology Film Archives

Where the Chocolate Mountains

Sunday, December 13

In the spring of 2015, with the assistance of a Creative Capital grant, Pat O’Neill completed a new feature film entitled Where the Chocolate Mountains.  Mitchell-Innes & Nash is excited to be screening this new feature for a one day only event at Anthology Film Archives on Sunday December 13, 2015 at 1 pm.  The film has a 55 minute run time and will followed by a discussion between Pat O’Neill and independent curator Tina Kukielski. 

 

Martha Rosler at the Seattle Art Museum
Exhibition | Washington

Martha Rosler at the Seattle Art Museum

December 13, 2015-July 3, 2016

The Seattle Art Museum is pleased to present its first solo exhibition on the work of Martha Rosler opening December 13, 2015. 

Martha Rosler at the Brooklyn Museum
Exhibition | New York

Martha Rosler at the Brooklyn Museum

Agitprop!

December 11, 2015-August 11, 2016

At key moments in history, artists have reached beyond galleries and museums, using their work as a call to action to create political and social change. For the past hundred years, the term agitprop, a combination of agitation and propaganda, has directly reflected the intent of this work.

Exhibition | Houston

Martha Rosler and Jay Defeo at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

A History of Photography: Selections from the Museum’s Collection

December 8, 2015 - April 3, 2016

A History of Photography: Selections from the Museum's Collection is a series of installations that trace the course of photography from its invention to the present day, showcasing important new acquisitions and treasured masterpieces.

Every four months, a new selection of photographs, drawn from the rich collection that the Museum has built over the past half century, present the medium's history in a slightly different light. In this way, an increasingly complex picture of photographic history emerges for those who move slowly, look closely, and return for more.

Amanda Ross-Ho at the Rubell Family Collection
Exhibition | Miami

Amanda Ross-Ho at the Rubell Family Collection

NO MAN'S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection

December 2, 2015 - May 28, 2016

The Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Arts Foundation is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection, on view in Miami from December 2nd, 2015 through May 28th, 2016. This exhibition will focus on and celebrate work made by more than a hundred female artists of different generations, cultures and disciplines. These artists will be represented by paintings, photographs, sculptures and video installations that will entirely occupy the Foundation’s 28-gallery, 45,000-square-foot museum. Some galleries will contain individual presentations while others will present thematic groupings of artists. Several installations have been commissioned specifically for this exhibition.

Pope.L Performance at Art Basel Miami Beach
Performance | Miami

Pope.L Performance at Art Basel Miami Beach

December 1-2, 2015

Curated by Nicholas Baume, Director and Chief Curator of the Public Art Fund, this year's Art Basel Miami Beach Puclic sector will feature The Beautiful, a new performance by Pope.L.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash represents Pat O'Neill
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash represents Pat O'Neill

November 2015

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce representation of LA-based artist and filmmaker Pat O'Neill. 

Pope.L at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Exhibition | Chicago

Pope.L at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Cage Unrequited

Nov 21–22, 2015

Cage Unrequited is a 25-hour marathon reading of experimental composer John Cage’s influential book Silence: Lectures and Writings (1961) organized by visual artist Pope.L. The performance reimagines the book for contemporary audiences by filtering a bit of the past through the voices and attitudes of a diverse community of more than 100 invited readers from Chicago.

Martha Rosler at the Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin
Exhibition | Berlin

Martha Rosler at the Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin

Regarding Spectatorship

November 21, 2015-January 17, 2016

A project of the Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, curated by Boaz Levin and Marianna Liosi, sponsored by the Capital Cultural Fund.

In January 2011, social protests broke out in Tunisia  which soon spread to other Arab states. In the Western media reports quickly circulated with images of protest graffiti, which were cited as coming from social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. These pictures are often regarded as evidence of the emancipatory potential of the new media.

Martha Rosler at West Space, Melbourne
Exhibition | Melbourne

Martha Rosler at West Space, Melbourne

Factory Fetish

November 13-December 12, 2015

West Space is a non-profit artist-led organization supporting the activities of artists within a critical context. Founded in 1993, West Space has developed a significant reputation amongst Australian and international arts organizations. This has been forged through a sustained belief in the importance of artist-run culture to practitioners, audiences and the art industry, and has manifested in a critically renowned exhibition program and a prolific range of self-generated projects and publications.

Martha Rosler at Künstlerhaus Palais Thurn und Taxis, Bregenz
Exhibition | Bregenz, Austria

Martha Rosler at Künstlerhaus Palais Thurn und Taxis, Bregenz

Naming, Giving Names

November 12, 2015 - January 3, 2016

Martha Rosler, Thomas Schestag, Ingo Springenschmid, Mladen Stilinovic, Jan Tabor

Curated by M. Christoph Aigner

Jessica Stockholder featured in the Chicago Tribune
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Jessica Stockholder featured in the Chicago Tribune

Bathtub or mattress, it's all art to Jessica Stockholder

October 28, 2015

Everything Jessica Stockholder touches turns to art.

Over the past three decades this has included worn-out couches, an urban intersection, refrigerator doors, a scissors lift, fresh oranges and lemons, a compact car, a mattress, a streetlight, a bathtub, a full-size freezer chest, half-a-dozen wooden dressers and a city park.

Martha Rosler at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Exhibition | Berlin

Martha Rosler at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

Wohnungsfrage

October 23-December 14, 2015

The HKW project Wohnungsfrage investigates the tension-ridden relationships between architecture, housing, and social reality in an exhibition of experimental concepts for living, a publication series and an academy.

Leigh Ledare in Discussion at MoMA PS1
Artist Talk | New York

Leigh Ledare in Discussion at MoMA PS1

The Cringe: Art, Anxiety and Performance With Ieva Misevičiūtė & Rebecca Patek

October 18, 2015

In the affirmative culture of the art market, where art is tolerated as essentially nonthreatening, what is the place and role of negative affects? The Cringe suggests some of the potential gains of anxiety, embarrassment, shame and mortification through the dark humor of two New York based artists, performers, choreographers and dancers. Previously presented at the Center Pompidou, Paris and Hauser and Wirth, Zurich Ieva Misevičiūtė’s Lord of Beef presents a series of impersonations: dance and speech acts depicting objects, people, phenomena, and philosophical concepts. Rebecca Patek presents a new work that unsettles the controlling codes and rules of the museum and performance space.

Julian Stanczak at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Buenos Aires
Exhibition | Buenos Aires

Julian Stanczak at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Buenos Aires

Geometric Obsession: American School 1965-2015

Oct. 15th, 2015 – Mar. 6th, 2016

In celebration of fifty year anniversary of William Seitz's "The Responsive Eye"at MoMA, MACBA has organized "Geometric Obsession," bringing together 30 pieces of American abstract art in dialogue with contemporary artists who have continued the Op Art legacy to the present.

Tom Wesselmann at the Dallas Museum of Art
Exhibition | Dallas

Tom Wesselmann at the Dallas Museum of Art

International Pop

October 11, 2015 to January 17, 2016

International Pop, organized by the Walker Art Center, chronicles the global emergence of Pop in the 1960s and early 1970s. While previous exhibitions and prevailing scholarship have primarily focused on the dominance of Pop activity in New York and London during this time, this exhibition examines work from artists across the globe who were confronting many of the same radical developments, laying the foundation of the emergence of an art form that embraced figuration, media strategies, and mechanical processes with a new spirit of urgency and/or exuberance. This groundbreaking exhibition follows the trajectories of Pop and its critical points of contact with global developments in art such as Nouveau Réalisme (France), Concretism and Neo-Concretism (Brazil), The Art of Things (Argentina), Anti-Art (Japan), Capitalist Realism (Germany), Happenings, and Neo-Dada.

 

Martha Rosler at the Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna
Exhibition | Vienna

Martha Rosler at the Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna

to expose, to show, to demonstrate, to inform, to offer: Artist Practices Around 1990

October 10, 2015 - January 24, 2016

In fall 2015, MUMOK will look back at international art activities around 1990. On three levels, we are showing installations, publications, objects, projects, films, and interventions by more than 50 artists and artists’ groups. They all question traditional forms of exhibiting and address the pressing social challenges of their time.

Alberto Burri at the Guggenheim
Exhibition | New York

Alberto Burri at the Guggenheim

The Trauma of Painting

October 9, 2015 - January 6, 2016

This major retrospective exhibition—the first in the United States in more than 35 years and the most comprehensive ever mounted—showcases the pioneering work of Italian artist Alberto Burri (1915–1995). Exploring the beauty and complexity of Burri’s process-based works, the exhibition positions the artist as a central and singular protagonist of post–World War II art. Burri is best known for his series of Sacchi (sacks) made of stitched and patched remnants of torn burlap bags, often combined with fragments of discarded clothing. Far less familiar to American audiences are his other series, which this exhibition represents in depth: Catrami (tars), Muffe (molds), Gobbi (hunchbacks), Bianchi (whites), Legni (woods), Ferri (irons), Combustioni plastiche (plastic combustions), Cretti, and Cellotex works.

Leigh Ledare 'Double Bind' Fundraising Edition
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Leigh Ledare 'Double Bind' Fundraising Edition

Available for Sale

This fundraising edition is a singular opportunity to acquire a work relating to Ledare’s Double Bind. Ledare’s complex and critically acclaimed project maps structures of social convention and photographic representation onto the triangular relation between himself, his ex-wife Meaghan Ledare-Feddery, and her current husband Adam Fedderly.

Keltie Ferris ART21 Film Screening and Conversation
Screening | New York

Keltie Ferris ART21 Film Screening and Conversation

October 6, 2015

Mitchell-Innes & Nash, ART21 and the Blue Rider Group invite you to an evening with Keltie Ferris. This event will include a screening of the ART21 film New York Close Up "Keltie Ferris Spray Paints in Solitude" and the artist in conversation with Jarrett Earnest of The Brooklyn Rail.

Martha Rosler at the Tate Modern
Exhibition | London

Martha Rosler at the Tate Modern

The World Goes Pop

September 17, 2015-January 24, 2016

From Latin America to Asia, and from Europe to the Middle East, this explosive exhibition connects the dots between art produced around the world during the 1960s and 1970s, showing how different cultures and countries responded to the movement.

Leigh Ledare Book Launch
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Leigh Ledare Book Launch

Double Bind

September 13, 2015

Coinciding with the final day of the exhibition Tom of Finland: The Pleasure of Play, and co-presented with A.R.T. Press, this event marks the launch of the publication Double Bind (A.R.T. Press, 2015) by art historian Rhea Anastas and artist Leigh Ledare. The authors will be joined by artists Daniel Bozhkov, K8 Hardy, and John Miller to extend the discussion activated within the book.

Justine Kurland at the Montclair Art Museum
Exhibition | New Jersey

Justine Kurland at the Montclair Art Museum

Work and Leisure in American Art: Selected Works from the Collection

September 13, 2015 - June 19, 2016

This collection-based exhibition comprises over 60 paintings, sculptures, photographs, and works on paper that explore the universal themes of labor and leisure in America from the 18th century to the present day. The works on view range chronologically from Benjamin West’s exposure of political corruption in the painting Oliver Cromwell Dissolving the Long Parliament (1782) to the photograph The Stone Breakers (After Gustave Courbet), 2013 by Vik Muniz. This recent acquisition by a leading contemporary artist who lives and works in Brooklyn and Rio de Janeiro is a recreation of the French 19th-century Realist Gustave Courbet’s radical celebration of the common laborer at work. A photograph of a collage using images torn from magazines, The Stone Breakers (After Gustave Courbet) is complemented by scenes of industrial and urban labor in the 20th century by Thomas Hart Benton, Stuyvesant Van Veen, and others. Their rural counterparts are seen in the wood engravings of Winslow Homer from the 1870s, as well as the prints of Clare Leighton in the 1930s, the cotton pickers of William Gropper in 1952, and others. In her three prints entitled Executive Tower, West Plaza, 1982, Ida Applebroog features self-absorbed business people, as she explored issues of contemporary urban identity in terms of isolation, alienation, and dehumanization.

Jessica Stockholder at the Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago
Exhibition | Chicago

Jessica Stockholder at the Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago

Jessica Stockholder: Rose's Inclination

September 12, 2015 – July 2, 2017

In a site-specific Threshold series installation, Jessica Stockholder transforms the Smart’s lobby with a wave of color and texture that climbs to the clerestory, cuts across the floor, and travels outwards into the Museum’s sculpture garden. Rose’s Inclination makes use of ordinary materials—thrift store lamps, paint, Plexiglas, carpet, and even mulch—to “reach up and out” and vibrantly alter the physical experience of the Smart Museum’s modernist architecture.

Martha Rosler at La Casa Dei Tre Oci, Venice
Exhibition | Venice

Martha Rosler at La Casa Dei Tre Oci, Venice

Sguardo di Donna

September 10, 2015-January 2016

La Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice, the historical exhibition at the Giudecca, presents the exhibition A look of woman by Francesca Alfano Miglietti (FAM): 250 works conceived and selected to orient the eye and the mind to a world that talks about diversity, responsibility, compassion and justice. An ambitious project that emphasizes how photography in recent decades has chosen to become a kind of consciousness of the world, becoming a witness also of what is often concealed.

Leigh Ledare at Kyiv Biennial 2015, School of Kyiv
Exhibition | Kyiv, Ukraine

Leigh Ledare at Kyiv Biennial 2015, School of Kyiv

September 8 - November 1, 2015

Kicking off in Ukraine in September 2015, “The School of Kyiv” will take place in a variety of settings in the city of Kyiv. The international biennial project unites the efforts of artists, intellectuals, social initiatives and institutions in Ukraine, Europe and beyond. The biennial aims at creating a public space of reflection, breaking down barriers, and building bridges in the time of warfare.

 

Julije Knifer in Transmissions: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960–1980 at MoMA
Exhibition | New York

Julije Knifer in Transmissions: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960–1980 at MoMA

September 5, 2015–January 3, 2016

Transmissions: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960–1980 focuses on the parallels and connections among an international scene of artists working in—and in reference to—Latin America and Eastern Europe during the 1960s and 1970s. The radical experimentation, expansion, and dissemination of ideas that marked the cultural production of these decades (which flanked the widespread student protests of 1968) challenge established art-historical narratives in the West. Artists from Prague to Mexico City developed alternative and ever-expanding networks of distribution and organization, via Paris, Vienna, and Venice, to circumvent the borders established after World War II, local forms of state and military repression, and Western accounts of artistic mastery and individualism. One major transformation across Latin American and Eastern European art scenes was the embrace of institutional critique and an emphasis on the creation of art outside a market context.

Martha Rosler at Fondazione Nicola Trussardi at Palazzo Reale, Milan
Exhibition | Milan

Martha Rosler at Fondazione Nicola Trussardi at Palazzo Reale, Milan

The Great Mother

August 25 - November 15, 2015

Through the work of more than a hundred international artists, the exhibition The Great Mother analyzes the iconography of motherhood in the art and visual culture of the twentieth- and twenty-first centuries, from early avant-garde movements to the present.

Justine Kurland Book Launch and Signing
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Justine Kurland Book Launch and Signing

Dashwood Books

August 18, 6 - 8 pm

In a true collaboration, Justine Kurland and John Yau shared photographs and poems throughout the making of Black Threads from Meng Chiao, each reacting to the work of the other many times over. The result is a revelation for each: Kurland’s intimate, almost claustrophobic, interior black-and-white images offer a new side of an artist known for large-format color pictures of landscapes both peopled and not; Yau’s spare, precise language is given room to reveal multiple layers of meaning over the three distinct formal sections that comprise the title poem.

 

Caption: Justine Kurland, [to be titled], 2015

Martha Rosler in Triacontagon: A Celebration of 30 Years of the Artists’ Fellowship Program
Exhibition | New York

Martha Rosler in Triacontagon: A Celebration of 30 Years of the Artists’ Fellowship Program

Organized by New York Foundation for the Arts at Westbeth Gallery, New York

August 13-30, 2015

Curated by David C. Terry, NYFA Director of Programs and Curator and Fellow in Sculpture ‘99

NYFA Curatorial is pleased to announce an exhibition, Triacontagon: A Celebration of 30 Years of the Artists’ Fellowship Program. Triacontagon is a traveling exhibition premiering at Westbeth Gallery featuring 41 NYFA Fellows.

Anthony Caro in Yorkshire
Exhibition | Yorkshire

Anthony Caro in Yorkshire

The Hepworth Wakefield & Yorkshire Sculpture Park

July 18, 2015 - November 1, 2015

Caro in Yorkshire is a major Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle project that celebrates and commemorates the extraordinary career of SIr Anthony Caro (1924–2013). Distinct yet complementary exhibitions at The Hepworth Wakefield and Yorkshire Sculpture Park consider respectively Caro's concerns with the horizontal plane and painting, given context through an academic programme at the prestigious Henry Moore Institute, Leeds.

Chris Johanson & Sun Foot in Generationalpictomusicapolis at Coney Island Walls
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Chris Johanson & Sun Foot in Generationalpictomusicapolis at Coney Island Walls

Presented by Jeffrey Deitch and Rong Music

July 17, 2015

Generationalpictomusicapolis is a celebration of collaborative music and art-making. This one night only concert and pop-up exhibition features experimental punk from NO AGE (Randy Randall and Dean Spunt), the barely amplified feel-good vibes of SUN FOOT (Ron Burns,Chris Johanson, Brian Mumford) and the ramshackle psych-folk of DEVIN, GARY & ROSS (Devin Flynn, Gary Panter, Ross Goldstein. Limited-edition, collaboratively made artworks created by each band member are exhibited at the show and are available for purchase.

Karl Haendel in the 2015 Biennial of the Americas: NOW!
Exhibition | Denver

Karl Haendel in the 2015 Biennial of the Americas: NOW!

Opening week festival and arts professional preview: July 14–19, 2015

July 14–August 30, 2015

The 2015 Biennial of the Americas, kicking off July 14 and continuing through August 30, today announces additional inspiring and innovative public programs and partnerships with featured local and international institutions. Hosted in Denver, the Biennial of the Americas is an international festival of ideas, art and culture. The most inspiring artists, innovators and experts will explore the theme “NOW!,” examining today’s exceptional times in the Western Hemisphere.

The Biennial of the Americas connects business, art, culture and civic leaders from throughout the Americas by building lasting relationships, addressing shared issues and inspiring action.
 

Pope.L in the The Freedom Principle: Experiments in Art and Music, 1965 to Now
Exhibition | Chicago

Pope.L in the The Freedom Principle: Experiments in Art and Music, 1965 to Now

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

July 11 - November 22, 2015

The Freedom Principle: Experiments in Art and Music, 1965 to Now links the vibrant legacy of the 1960s African American avant-garde to current art and culture. It is occasioned in part by the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), a still-flourishing organization of Chicago musicians whose interdisciplinary explorations expanded the boundaries of jazz. Alongside visual arts collectives such as the African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists (AfriCOBRA), the AACM was part of a deep engagement with black cultural nationalism both in Chicago and around the world during and after the civil rights era. Combining historical materials with contemporary responses, The Freedom Principle illuminates the continued relevance of that engagement today.

Amanda Ross-Ho in Image Objects, Public Art Fund
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Amanda Ross-Ho in Image Objects, Public Art Fund

Opening: June 30, 6 - 7 pm

June 30 – November 20, 2015

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce a new work by Amanda Ross-Ho for the Public Art Fund's upcoming group exhibition, Image Objects, curated by Andrea Hickey and opening Tuesday, June 30, 2015 from 6 - 7 pm.

Ross-Ho will exhibit a new take on her work from THE CHARACTER AND SHAPE OF ILLUMINATED THINGS, her recent solo outdoor exhibition at the MCA Chicago in 2014.

Image Objects will be on view in New York's City Hall Park in Lower Manhattan, June 30 – November 20, 2015.

Caption: Amanda Ross-Ho, THE CHARACTER AND SHAPE OF ILLUMINATED THINGS (FACIAL RECOGNITION), 2015, Fiberglass, neon, alumninum, steel. All photos: Courtesy of the aritst and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NY; Photo: Liz Ligon, Courtesy Public Art Fund, NY
 

Martha Rosler at MoMA
Exhibition | New York

Martha Rosler at MoMA

Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture

June 27, 2015–March 6, 2016

Endless House considers the single-family home and archetypes of dwelling as themes for the creative endeavors of architects and artists. Through drawings, photographs, video, installations, and architectural models drawn from MoMA’s collection, the exhibition highlights how artists have used the house as a means to explore universal topics, and how architects have tackled the design of residences to expand their discipline in new ways. 

Julian Stanczak recipient of the 2015 Cleveland Arts Prize
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Julian Stanczak recipient of the 2015 Cleveland Arts Prize

55th Annual Awards Ceremony

June 2015

The oldest award of its kind in the United States, the Arts Prize is a testament to the standard of excellence and quality of artists in Northeast Ohio. In addition to artists, the Arts Prize honors individuals who have expanded the community’s participation in the arts and helped make the region more hospitable to creative artistic expression.

Martha Rosler at the Palais de Palais des Beaux-Arts
Exhibition | Paris

Martha Rosler at the Palais de Palais des Beaux-Arts

Transmission

June 18 - July 24, 2015

Curated by Sarina Basta, this exhibition presents the work of students and graduates of the Beaux-Arts of Paris and guest artists who place pedagogy at the center of their practice, or who use representation of pedagogy as form. The exhibition includes John Baldessari, Joseph Beuys, and Martha Rosler among many others.

Leigh Ledare Book Launch
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Leigh Ledare Book Launch

Double Bind, coauthored with Rhea Anastas

June 15, 2015, 7 - 8pm

The book Double Bind documents conversations between artist Leigh Ledare and art historian Rhea Anastas, provoked by viewing Ledare’s project of the same name as installed at The Box in Los Angeles (2012) and Mitchell-Innes & Nash in New York (2014). Published by A.R.T. Press (2015).

The launch will be held on Monday, June 15 from 7 - 8 pm at Restaurant Birseckerhof Binningerstrasse 15, 4051 Basel.

Martha Rosler at the Kunst Werke, Berlin
Exhibition | Berlin

Martha Rosler at the Kunst Werke, Berlin

Fire and Forget. On Violence

June 14-August 30, 2015

"Fire and forget" comes from military jargon, and is a term for weapons systems that are no longer used in direct combat with an enemy but are launched from a safe distance. The exhibition FIRE AND FORGET. ON VIOLENCE takes the military expression as the starting point for an examination of the conventional ideas about war and force. It is oriented towards the most visible agent of violence: weapons.

Pope.L at the Arts Center at Governors Island, New York
Exhibition | New York

Pope.L at the Arts Center at Governors Island, New York

(Counter) Public Art, Intervention & Performance in Lower Manhattan from 1978–1993

May 23 – Sunday, September 27, 2015

The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council with curators Alex Fialho & Melissa Levin have arranged (Counter) Public Art, Intervention & Performance in Lower Manhattan from 1978–1993: an exhibition featuring artwork and documentation of public art, performance and interventions by Agnes Denes, Eiko & Koma, the Guerilla Girls, Keith Haring, Jenny Holzer, Tehching Hsieh, John Kelly, Pope.L, REPOhistory, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, the collaborative co-creators of Electric Blanket (Allen Frame, Frank Franca and Nan Goldin), and more.

Brent Wadden & Pope.L in White Columns Benefit Exhibition & Auction
Exhibition | New York

Brent Wadden & Pope.L in White Columns Benefit Exhibition & Auction

Benefit Auction: May 20, 7 pm

May 2 - 20, 2015

Brent Wadden and Pope.L will participate in the 2015 White Columns Benefit Auction and Exhibition. The exhibition is currently on view and will close with the auction on May 20th at 7 pm.

Caption: Brent Wadden, natural / gray single, 2014

Leigh Ledare at Frieze Talks 2015
Artist Talk | New York

Leigh Ledare at Frieze Talks 2015

Leigh Ledare & Paul McCarthy in conversation with Chrissie Iles

Sunday, May 17 at 12 pm

Leigh Ledare joins Paul McCarthy in conversation with Chrissie Iles Sunday, May 17 at 12 pm for Frieze Talks 2015 at Frieze New York.

For more information on this event, please click here

For more information on visiting the fair, please visit Frieze New York's website here.
 

Martha Rosler at the Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow
Exhibition | Krakow, Poland

Martha Rosler at the Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow

Gender in Art

May 15-September 27, 2015

Gender is socially constructed sex. Gender studies examine the way history and culture determine sex. Who a man or a woman is in a given world largely depends on the one who manipulates these images. For centuries the conception of gender has remained in the hands of religions, which have imposed ʻproperʼ social roles on the representatives of different sexes. This has been going for so long that it has come to be seen by many as the law of nature.

Julian Stanczak among 2015 Cleveland Arts Prize winners
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Julian Stanczak among 2015 Cleveland Arts Prize winners

May 4, 2015

Major artists and arts advocates in Cleveland, among them concert promoters Mike and Jules Belkin and leading Op Art painter Julian Stanczak, are among the artists who have been awarded the 2015 Cleveland Arts Prize, the organization announced.

The winners of the annual awards, now in their 55th year, will be honored at the Cleveland Museum of Art at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 25.

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Stanczak, an internationally recognized artist and major figure in the Op Art movement, is a Special Honoree for 2015. He won the Cleveland Arts Prize in 1969.

Allan D'Arcangelo, Jay DeFeo, Martha Rosler and Tom Wesselmann at the Whitney Museum
Exhibition | New York

Allan D'Arcangelo, Jay DeFeo, Martha Rosler and Tom Wesselmann at the Whitney Museum

America Is Hard to See

May 1 - September 27, 2015

When the Whitney Museum of American Art opens its new Renzo Piano-designed home in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District on May 1, 2015, the first exhibition on view will be an unprecedented selection of works from the Museum’s renowned permanent collection. Setting forth a distinctly new narrative, America Is Hard to See presents fresh perspectives on the Whitney’s collection and reflects upon art in the United States with over 600 works by some 400 artists, spanning the period from about 1900 to the present. The exhibition—its title is taken from a poem by Robert Frost and also used by the filmmaker Emile de Antonio for one of his political documentaries—is the most ambitious display to date of the Whitney’s collection.

Martha Rosler at the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Exhibition | Washington D.C.

Martha Rosler at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Watch This! Revelations in Media Art

April 24, 2015 – September 7, 2015

Watch This! Revelations in Media Art presents pioneering and contemporary artworks that trace the evolution of a continuously emerging medium. The exhibition celebrates artists who are engaged in a creative revolution—one shaped as much by developments in science and technology as by style or medium—and explores the pervasive interdependence between technology and contemporary culture. The exhibition includes 44 objects from 1941 to 2013, which were acquired by the museum as part of its longstanding commitment to collecting and exhibiting media art.

Watch This! includes major works by artists Cory Arcangel, Hans Breder, Takeshi Murata, Bruce Nauman, Raphael Montañez Ortiz, Nam June Paik, Martha Rosler, Eve Sussman, Bill Viola and others that highlight the breadth of media art, including 16 mm films, computer-driven cinema, closed-circuit installations, digital animation, video games and more.

Martha Rosler at the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville
Exhibition | Seville, Spain

Martha Rosler at the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville

EL PRESENTE EN EL PASADO

April 16, 2015-April 17, 2016

The American professor Andreas Huyssen noted how in recent decades there has been slippage in the West that favors look back against that put the focus on the changes that would be about to arrive. If modernity was driven by what might be termed "future present" Postmodernism would be characterized by "present pasts."

Tom Wesselmann at the Walker Art Center
Exhibition | Minneapolis

Tom Wesselmann at the Walker Art Center

International Pop

April 11 - August 29, 2015

Organized by the Walker and on view April 11 through August 29, 2015, International Pop is a groundbreaking historical survey that chronicles the global emergence of Pop Art from the mid-1950s to the early 1970s. Following the Walker’s presentation, the exhibition will travel to the Dallas Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art through 2016.


 

Martha Rosler in Art & Foods at the Triennale di Milano
Exhibition | Milan

Martha Rosler in Art & Foods at the Triennale di Milano

April 10-November 1, 2105

The intricate relationship between the arts and food will be retraced and analysed in the Arts & Foods pavilion, the only thematic area of Expo Milan 2015 to be held in the city. La Triennale, will host the event from 9 April to 1 November 2015.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash represents Eddie Martinez
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash represents Eddie Martinez

April 2015

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce representation of New York-based artist Eddie Martinez. 

Pope.L: Trinket
Exhibition | Los Angeles

Pope.L: Trinket

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles

March 20 - June 28, 2015

Pope.L: Trinket is an exhibition of new and recent work by the Chicago-based artist, an essential figure in the development of performance and body art since the 1970s. The exhibition will be installed in the soaring spaces of the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA and is comprised of large-scale installations, and features a new performance and sculpture work made specifically for the exhibition. Pope.L: Trinket is curated by MOCA Senior Curator Bennett Simpson.
 

Nancy Graves
Artist Talk | New York

Nancy Graves

Panel Discussion at 534 West 26th Street

Saturday, March 7 at 2 pm

Please join us on Saturday, March 7 at 2 pm, the final day of the Nancy Graves exhibition, for a panel discussion on the life and work of the artist.   Moderated by Lucy Mitchell-Innes, the panelists will include Laura Hoptman, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art, Christina Hunter, Director, Nancy Graves Foundation, New York, author and critic Christopher Lyon and artist Jessica Stockholder.

Karl Haendel in the I-70 Sign Show
Exhibition | Los Angeles

Karl Haendel in the I-70 Sign Show

Main Billboard

March - April 2015

Produced specifically for the Sign Show, "Plow Pose" investigates I-70 message themes including lifestyle, athletics, religion, and masculinity. The ambiguous composition—is the man restrained by or bursting out of the space?—invites viewers to think about representations of the human body on other billboards and in advertising generally. Haendel's piece also subtly engages its agricultural site in presenting a classic yoga position named for its resemblance to traditional Indian and Tibetan farming equipment.

"Plow Pose" continues a body of work Haendel generated from commercial photographs of women doing yoga, currently on view at Night Gallery in Los Angeles.

Eddie Martinez at Kunstmuseum Bonn
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Eddie Martinez at Kunstmuseum Bonn

New York Painting

February 19 - August 30, 2015

Even though globalization has made us aware of the artistic production beyond Europe and the US and the art market searches for new promising talents in the world’s most remote regions, the metropolises’ artistic radiance cannot be dimmed. Considering the “surplus” of important artists that live and work in New York, it becomes evident that the city has lost none of its appeal. This is especially true for the vibrant painting scene that during the last years has been experiencing an increasing inflow of artists from the West Coast. Today, so it seems, painting in New York is as alive as during the times of abstract expressionism in the 1950s and pop art in the 1960s – the only difference being the visibility of the plurality of stiles and forms of expression. After the genre of painting had been declared dead for several decades, it has been enjoying an impressive renaissance with a generation of artists at its base that accept  no dictation of what to do and what not to do. It is without reservations and with every confidence that especially those artists born in the 1970s and early 1980s experiment with the medium of painting, which is why the show in Bonn will put its focus on this generation. The exhibition will include recent and latest works by eleven artists, ranging from the painterly experiments of Matt Connors, to the wild post pop painting of Eddie Martinez, to the neo-conceptual approaches of Antek Walczak and Ned Vena. Without prioritizing one painting style, the show will document the panorama of the genre of painting that has left its ideological battle for its existence behind and returned to playing a major role in art again today.

Jessica Stockholder at L.A. Art Book Fair
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Jessica Stockholder at L.A. Art Book Fair

==#2 Launch at Capricious Booth

Thursday, January 29, 6 - 9 pm

==#2 Launch @ LA Art Book Fair
Edited by Matt Keegan
Designed by Su Barber
Edition of 500

Thursday, January 29, 6–9 pm

Capricious Booth—F01
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Thursday Preview Entry,  $10
Friday—Sunday, Free

Capricious is pleased to announce the release of ==#2, made first available at the upcoming LA Art Book Fair, January 29th-February 1st, 2015.  ==#2 is a non-thematic arts publication contained in a box with a 96-page bound volume featuring artist-to-artist interviews, texts, and transcriptions. Six loose multiples are also included.

 

Virginia Overton in Forum on Contemporary Photography at The Museum of Modern Art
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Virginia Overton in Forum on Contemporary Photography at The Museum of Modern Art

Founders Room, 6 - 8 pm

January 12, 2015

The next Forum on Contemporary Photography at The Museum of Modern Art will take place on Monday, January 12, 2015 from 6 to 8 PM in the Founders Room at the Museum. Conceived as an experimental platform for free-form critical discussions, the Forums are designed to engage in debates about the perspectives and scope of contemporary photography with leading artists, curators, and theorists in the field.

This session will include Barbara Clausen, Curator and Professor for Performance Theory and History at the University of Québec; Lucy Gallun, Assistant Curator, MoMA; artists Sharon Hayes, Liz Magic Laser, and Jill Magid; and Melanie Kress, High Line Art Curatorial Fellow, who will lead a discussion about the relationship between photography and performance on the occasion of the exhibitions Art on Camera: Photographs by Shunk-Kender, 1960–1971 (on view May 17–October 4, 2015 at The Museum of Modern Art), and Pier 54 (on view November 6 – December 13, 2014 organized by High Line Art at 120 Eleventh Avenue). These exhibitions present, in the first instance, photographs of conceptual art, actions, instructions, and happenings from the 1960s and early ‘70s, with an emphasis on the historic Pier 18 project; and in the second, photographs of contemporary art and actions enacted in 2014 on Pier 54.
 

Amanda Ross-Ho at The approach
Exhibition | London

Amanda Ross-Ho at The approach

WHO BURIES WHO

October 15 – December 14, 2014

WHO BURIES WHO is a new installation by Amanda Ross-Ho that demonstrates her vested exploration into photography as an analogue to experience, the archaeology of activity and time as a material. The artist has transformed the gallery into a cryptic tableau, operating as both theatricised photography studio and abstracted crime scene. Employing symmetry, scale shifts and a forensic gaze, she creates an environment reminiscent of sites of production, examination and dramatisation.

The Paintings of Paul Cézanne: An Online Catalogue Raisonné is now live
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The Paintings of Paul Cézanne: An Online Catalogue Raisonné is now live

November 20, 2014

The Paintings of Paul Cézanne: An Online Catalogue Raisonné is now live! Developed by David Nash, Jayne Warman and Walter Feilchenfeldt, this is the first-ever free online database providing access to full-color images of all known paintings by Cézanne.

Pope.L's "The Limner Performance" published by Triple Canopy
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Pope.L's "The Limner Performance" published by Triple Canopy

November 20, 2014

A preface is usually written after the fact. And so is this thing you are about to read.

A performance of the text occurred on April 26, 2014 at the Whitney Museum of American Art and was enacted by five street artists (four Chinese and one Caucasian) who drew sketches of the audience. On my signal, they threw these sketches into the air. A dancer playing a waitress repeatedly dropped napkins beneath a sound track of drones, trains, and rains and me, yours truly, at the podium voicing a version of the text that follows. What does a preface ever really tell us? That something else follows. And the thing, the thing that follows, preceded the thing with which you first started.zzZ

Keltie Ferris Visting Artists Lecture at School of the Art Institute of Chicago
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Keltie Ferris Visting Artists Lecture at School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Columbus Auditorium, 280 S. Columbus Dr.

Monday, November 17, 5:00 pm

Monday, November 17, 5:00 p.m.
Columbus Auditorium, 280 S. Columbus Dr.

Keltie Ferris was born in Louisville, KY, and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.  Recent solo exhibitions include Keltie Ferris: Doomsday Boogie at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, California, and Body Prints at Chapter, New York. Her works have been included in group exhibitions at institutions such as Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston, Texas; Brooklyn Museum, New York; and Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Indianapolis. She was recently awarded the Rosenthal Family Foundation Award in Painting by the Academy of Arts and Letters, where her work was included in their 2014 Annual Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts.
 

Martha Rosler Interview at Paris Photo
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Martha Rosler Interview at Paris Photo

November 14, 2014

Martha Rosler speaks at Paris Photo 2014 with writer and educator Stephanie Schwartz, discussing everything from her early work on the subject of the Bowery, the ethical responsibilities of photographers, the paucity of critics in the US, and the overall critical reception of her work.

Anthony Caro Monograph Launch
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Anthony Caro Monograph Launch

4 - 6 pm

November 8, 2014

Please join us at our Chelsea location on Saturday, November 8 from 4 to 6 pm for the launch of the new monograph Anthony Caro, published by Phaidon.

Anthony Caro Monograph Launch
Saturday, November 8, 4 – 6 p.m.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash
534 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

Virginia Overton in Pier 54, High Line Channel 14
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Virginia Overton in Pier 54, High Line Channel 14

High Line Art

Novemeber 6 - December 13, 2014

High Line Art presents Pier 54, an exhibition conceived as a tribute to and a reaction against Pier 18, a legendary project organized by artist and curator Willoughby Sharp in 1971.

EXHIBITION
November 6 - December 13, 2014
Exhibition at 120 Eleventh Avenue at West 20th Street
Tuesday - Saturday, 11 am - 6 pm

PUBLIC OPENING: November 6, 6 - 8 pm

EXHIBITION
November 6 – December 13, 2014
Exhibition at 120 Eleventh Avenue at West 20th Street
Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
 * Public Opening, November 6, 2014, 6:00 – 8:00 PM - See more at: http://art.thehighline.org/project/pier54/#sthash.KusVpTfj.dpuf
EXHIBITION
November 6 – December 13, 2014
Exhibition at 120 Eleventh Avenue at West 20th Street
Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
 * Public Opening, November 6, 2014, 6:00 – 8:00 PM - See more at: http://art.thehighline.org/project/pier54/#sthash.KusVpTfj.dpuf
EXHIBITION
November 6 – December 13, 2014
Exhibition at 120 Eleventh Avenue at West 20th Street
Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
 * Public Opening, November 6, 2014, 6:00 – 8:00 PM - See more at: http://art.thehighline.org/project/pier54/#sthash.KusVpTfj.dpuf
Martha Rosler at the Art Gallery of New South Wales
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Martha Rosler at the Art Gallery of New South Wales

Pop to popism

November 1, 2014 - March 1, 2015

‘Popular, witty, sexy, glamorous’ – pop art exploded onto the cultural scene in the 1960s. The pop artists rebelled against ‘high art’ to embrace the new world of advertising, television, film stars, pop music and consumerism. Pop art shocked many but inspired even more.

Martha Rosler at The Art Institute of Chicago
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Martha Rosler at The Art Institute of Chicago

The City Lost and Found: Capturing New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, 1960–1980

October 26, 2014 - January 11, 2015

The American city of the 1960s and 1970s experienced seismic physical changes and social transformations, from urban decay and political protests to massive highways that threatened vibrant neighborhoods. Nowhere was this sense of crisis more evident than in the country’s three largest cities: New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

Chris Johanson's Quiet Music Festival at the Tang Museum
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Chris Johanson's Quiet Music Festival at the Tang Museum

October 23, 2014

October 23, 2014, 5 to 11 pm

Chris Johanson, an artist featured in I was a double, brings the East Coast premiere of his Portland-based Quiet Music Festival to Saratoga Springs. Johanson, festival founder and organizer, describes the event as a communal listening experience that celebrates emotional, vibrant, and low-volume music honoring the quiet act of listening. Johnason’s band Sun Foot will be joined by national and regional guests.

Julije Knifer at Carré d’Art – Musée d’Art Contemporain, Nîmes
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Julije Knifer at Carré d’Art – Musée d’Art Contemporain, Nîmes

Personal Cuts

October 17, 2014 - January 11, 2015

This exhibition connects the works of fifteen artists and one group; it presents a brief personal history of the radical tendencies of modern and contemporary art in Croatia.

Karl Haendel at Castello di Rivoli, Torino
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Karl Haendel at Castello di Rivoli, Torino

Manifest Intention. Drawing In All Its Forms curated by Beatrice Merz with Marianna Vecellio

October 11, 2014 – January 25, 2015

Never before has the fall season for the Castello di Rivoli been so full of events and important exhibitions. Among these is one of the most comprehensive the Museum has ever conceived, installed in both the spacious Manica Lunga and in the third-floor rooms of the Sabauda Residence. The event – Manifest Intention. Drawing In All Its Forms – focuses on drawing in its various forms and many modes of expression: from everyday and self-controlled practice to elements of analysis and creative outlets, from a means of communication to the need to express. The absolute protagonist of the exhibition, drawing also proposes a broader reflection on themes that over time have shaped the very concept of a museum and a collection, analyzing the medium’s context both as a sign of the work and as the work itself. Drawing, oftentimes hidden or kept in the shadows, is actually the common ground of artistic practice – be it a sketch, a project, or even a work that is finished and laden with messages.

Martha Rosler in The war which is coming is not the first one Great war 1914-2014
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Martha Rosler in The war which is coming is not the first one Great war 1914-2014

MART Rovereto, Italy

October 4, 2014-September 20, 2015

The exhibition is a project organized by Mart, the museum of modern and contemporary art of Trento and Rovereto, with the collaboration of experts in history and contemporary art.

Through the development of a series of complementary contributions, the exhibition draws a distance from a simple reflection about history and offers a more complex overview regarding the topicality of the conflict, which is still today at the centre of debate.

Also on show will be the entire series of House beautiful bringing the war home by Martha Rosler, one of the most noted reflections on the relationship between war and media.

Justine Kurland at EXPO Chicago
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Justine Kurland at EXPO Chicago

Dialogues

Sunday, September 21, 2014, 11:30 am

Justine Kurland and Alec Soth In Conversation with Denise Wolff
Presented by the Aperture Foundation

Artists Justine Kurland and Alec Soth (Weinstein Gallery) will speak with “Aperture” Photobook Editor Denise Wolff about “The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip,” the first survey book to consider the American road trip as a photographic genre. The book presents some of the best-loved photography, and the story of the open road as photographer’s muse.

Julije Knifer at Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia
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Julije Knifer at Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia

Without compromise

September 20 - December 6, 2014

On the occasion of the anniversary of the nineties and the tenth anniversary of the death of Julije Knifer (Osijek, 1924 - Paris, 2004). Museum of Modern Art will hold a retrospective of one of the greatest Croatian painters of the 20th century, which will cover more than half a century of his artistic activity.

Jessica Stockholder at EXPO Chicago
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Jessica Stockholder at EXPO Chicago

IN/SITU

September 18 - 21, 2014

IN/SITU provides exhibiting galleries the opportunity to showcase large-scale installations and site-specific works by leading artists during EXPO CHICAGO. Curated by Renaud Proch, Executive Director of Independent Curators International (ICI), the 2014 edition of the program is a reflection on artistic practice in Chicago, and on the intense exchange of ideas that the city generates.

At Navy Pier, IN/SITU is also presented alongside EXPO Projects, organized by EXPO CHICAGO and highlighting works by emerging and established artists.

This year and for the first time, IN/SITU connects to the city beyond its traditional site in Navy Pier. It now extends to IN/SITU Outside, an inaugural program of temporary public art installations situated along the Lakefront and throughout Chicago neighborhoods, presented by EXPO CHICAGO in partnership with Chicago Park District (CPD) and Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE).

Sarah Braman in Broadway Morey Boogie, Marlborough Chelsea
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Sarah Braman in Broadway Morey Boogie, Marlborough Chelsea

Sarah Braman: Another Time Machine

September 17, 2014 - February 2015

Broadway Morey Boogie, a group exhibition of outdoor sculpture by Sarah Braman, Dan Colen, Paul Druecke, Lars FiskDrew Heitzler, Matt Johnson, Joanna Malinowska, Tony Matelli, Davina Semo, and Devin Troy Strother. The exhibition presented by Marlborough Chelsea, in collaboration with the Broadway Mall Association, runs from Columbus Circle up to 166th and Broadway until February of 2015.

Martha Rosler at Cornell Fine Arts Museum
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Martha Rosler at Cornell Fine Arts Museum

Fractured Narratives: a strategy to engage

September 17, 2014 - January 4, 2015

A powerful moment occurs when a narrative is cracked open, when something one expects to be presented simply for what it is, or even more, for fact, is left unguarded as one possibility among many. Suddenly, experiences or information, most typically taken for granted, are made accessible to reflection, debate and perhaps even, a deeper understanding or feeling than would have been possible before.

Jessica Stockholder at Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City
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Jessica Stockholder at Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City

trees

September 14, 2014

Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana presents Jessica Stockholder: trees, an exhibition featuring original silkscreen monoprints created by Stockholder and Lichtenstein as a result of their collaboration on the production of Hollow Places Court in Ash-Tree Wood for The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in 2011. On view from September 14 to October 24, 2014, the exhibition is presented at Gary Lichtenstein Editions, on the second floor of Mana Contemporary.

Children & Families: Sound Off, with Virginia Overton at Storm King
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Children & Families: Sound Off, with Virginia Overton at Storm King

September 14, 2014 - 1:00 pm

Join this special hands-on workshop with 2014 Outlooks artist, Virginia Overton, who will be joined by artist Mike Mitchell.  Participants will learn about Virginia’s artistic process while creating their own noise-making artworks from found materials. Recommended for children 5 and up. This program will take place at the western approach to the Outlooks: Virginia Overton site.

If you are attending the event with small children, please allow for up to fifteen minutes of walking time from Museum Hill and South Parking to the site.

Jessica Stockholder at Contemporary Art and Design
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Jessica Stockholder at Contemporary Art and Design

Pianello, Italy

September 12 - October 12, 2014

The first edition of C.Ar.D. – “Contemporary Art and Design” – inaugurates a series of exhibitions, installations and events by artists, photographers and designers in the hills around Piacenza from 12 September to 12 October 2014.

Justine Kurland: Sincere Auto Care Selected for artcritical's The Review Panel's Opening Night
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Justine Kurland: Sincere Auto Care Selected for artcritical's The Review Panel's Opening Night

September 3, 2014

Justine Kurland: Sincere Auto Care has been selected for the opening night of this year's season of The Review Panel hosting by artcritical.  This popular discussion forum, at the National Academy Museum, sees three critics join David Cohen, artcritical Editor and Publisher, as the moderator, each month for live discussion of current exhibitions in New York recorded for later podcast at artcritical.com.

 

Nancy Graves at The Dorsky Museum, New Paltz
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Nancy Graves at The Dorsky Museum, New Paltz

Dick Polich: Transforming Metal into Art with works by Graves, Koons, Lichtenstein, and more

August 27 - December 14, 2014

The Dorsky Museum is delighted to present Dick Polich: Transforming Metal into Art, an exhibition of work by some of the most important artists of our time who have worked with Hudson Valley Master Dick Polich. Organized by the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz, the exhibition will be on display from Aug 27 through Dec. 14, 2014, in The Dorsky’s Morgan Anderson, Howard Greenberg Family, and Corridor Galleries. The public opening reception is Saturday, Sept. 6, 5–7 p.m.

Virginia Overton at the Ace Hotel
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Virginia Overton at the Ace Hotel

Due North: Storm King Art Center

August 6 - August 31, 2014

Ace Hotel New York invites you to take a trip to Storm King Art Center. For the month of August, we’re proudly displaying contemporary works on loan from the 500-acre institution — peeks at two special exhibitions on view in 2014: Zhang Huan: Evoking Tradition and Outlooks: Virginia Overton, as well as short video interviews and installation footage.

Pope.L at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
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Pope.L at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art

July 24, 2014 - January 4, 2015

This groundbreaking exhibition is the first comprehensive survey of performance art by black artists working from the perspective of the visual arts from the 1960s to the present. While black performance has been largely contextualized as an extension of theater, visual artists have integrated performance into their work for more than five decades, generating an important history that has gone largely unrecognized until now.

Sarah Braman in Another, Once Again, Many Times More, Curated by Virginia Overton
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Sarah Braman in Another, Once Again, Many Times More, Curated by Virginia Overton

Martos Gallery

July 12 - September 1, 2014

In its fifth iteration, the Martos Gallery summer exhibition will feature a number of artists invited by curator Bob Nickas to serve as curators, creating shows-within-the show. Outdoors is a show organized by Bob Nickas and Virginia Overton, including works by Sam Anderson, Uri Aran, Lisa Beck, Sarah Braman, Jim Drain, Wayne Gonzales, Eli Hansen, Charles Harlan, Jim Kanter and Lisa Ward, Servane Mary, Jason Metcalf, Greely Myatt, Chuck Nanney, Amy O'Neill, Kelly Parr, Ugo Rondinone, Davina Semo and Aaron Suggs.

Chris Johanson at the Tang Museum
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Chris Johanson at the Tang Museum

I was a double

July 5, 2014 - January 4, 2015

Western classical music traditionally splits music making into two distinctly separate jobs—composer and performer. The composer invents the ideas behind the music and the performer realizes them. Sometimes the composer and performer are the same person, sometimes they are separated by hundreds of years, but even across great distances of time and space the composer and performer can communicate with each other, through a series of written instructions, called a score. A score is a set of instructions, a rule book, a description of actions the composer proposes to the performer. We value composers by noticing what qualities of rules they invent; we value performers by noticing what they add to / change / emphasize / ignore in the following of those rules. They are two very different jobs.

Julije Knifer at Museum of Slavonia, Osijek, Croatia
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Julije Knifer at Museum of Slavonia, Osijek, Croatia

Meander: Julije Knifer

July 3 - August 31, 2014

The exhibited works are on loan from the collection of Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, which will exhibit a large retrospective of Julije Knifer's work in the Fall of works from the 70s up until the last century.  These works are presented along side a selection of documents, which are kept in the Archive of Visual Arts Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb. Izložba was established by the Ministry of Culture and the city of Osijek, which provided the Museum of Slavonia with the funds to purchase one of Knifer drawings, which is also featured in the exhibition.

Martha Rosler at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
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Martha Rosler at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Main Dish

July 1 - September 28, 2014

One of the most common assumptions about the kitchen is that it is a woman’s space. With this in mind, The Main Dish looks at how modern and contemporary kitchenware reflects attributes of the model homemaker.

Daniel Lefcourt at Andrew Roth
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Daniel Lefcourt at Andrew Roth

Copied

May 7 - June 20, 2014

“Well into the twenty-first century, artists use variations on the copy (as a strategy, process, or maneuver) to bestow ironic distance, nod in homage, or to furnish an indexical mark of reality. If the copy’s history in art begins, most basically, with the mimetic act—the imitation of nature by human hands—the primacy of realism has arguably since been superseded by the conceptual possibilities of the copy itself. The notion of the copy that springs most readily to mind may be that involving technologies of facsimile (optical, physical; by hand, by machine) but the copy also includes the knock-off, the remake, the reenactment, the meme. At stake in each of these practices—and in “Copied” as an exhibition—is an investigation of what is made or unmade through the act of copying, the ratio of signal to noise that results in the passage from original to offspring.”

Walead Beshty walk-through of Jay DeFeo exhibition
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Walead Beshty walk-through of Jay DeFeo exhibition

At 534 W 26th St.

Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 3 pm

Walead Beshty will give a walk-through of the Jay DeFeo exhibition on view at Mitchell-Innes & Nash's Chelsea location on Saturday, May 3rd at 3 pm

A fully illustrated catalogue will be published to accompany the exhibition with an essay written by Beshty titled “The Ritual of Everyday Life: On the Migrating Objects of Jay DeFeo”.

Virginia Overton at Storm King Art Center
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Virginia Overton at Storm King Art Center

Outlooks: Virginia Overton

May 3 - November 30, 2014

The second artist to be featured in Storm King’s Outlooks series is American artist Virginia Overton. Overton has created a site-specific brass sculpture across an expansive, central, rolling field. A thin tube, some 400 feet in length, will mirror the contours and curves of the sloping hill, carrying sound, picking up slight noises, and allowing visitors different aural experiences on their outdoor treks. The piece suggests tripartite interactivity between itself, Storm King’s visitors, and the topography of its setting.

Leigh Ledare at Paris Photo Los Angeles
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Leigh Ledare at Paris Photo Los Angeles

Sound and Vision - The Conversations

April 26, 2014 at 2 pm

Conversations

The Conversations, organized by independent curator Douglas Fogle, will offer visitors multiple intellectual perspectives on the use of images by bringing together notable curators and contemporary artists for a discussion of the practice of image-making. Participants will include artists and curators: Walead Beshty, Simon Castets, Doryun Chong, Charlotte Cotton, Clara Kim, Florian Maier-Aichen, Jean-Luc Moulène, Leigh Ledare, Kevin Tent, Stephen Shore, Taryn Simon, Frances Stark, Kerry Tribe, Philippe Vergne and Jeff Wall.

Lucy Mitchell-Innes recognized in 25 Art World Women at the Top
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Lucy Mitchell-Innes recognized in 25 Art World Women at the Top

ARTnews

April 18, 2014

For centuries, the art world and art market were dominated by men—just look at Giorgio Vasari’s The Lives of the Artists, or, more recently, Jonathan Jones’s all-male list of the greatest artworks ever—but that’s beginning to change. Women now occupy top positions in every sector of the art world, and though they are still paid less than their male colleagues in similar roles, they are slowly helping to right the industry’s historic gender imbalance. Herewith, artnet News recognizes the invaluable work of 25 art world power players who are women.

Virginia Overton at the MOCA North Miami
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Virginia Overton at the MOCA North Miami

Virginia Overton

April 18 - July 6, 2014

MOCA’s presentation of work by sculptor and installation artist Virginia Overton will encompass new and site-specific works that directly confront the exhibition space and its surrounding materials, which she sources for these pieces. These repurposed obsolete and ordinary objects often embody a heightened awareness of weight, gravity, and suspension. Overton (b. 1971) works from the tradition of post-Minimalism, creating powerful, poetic situations from simple constructions and materials.

Pope.L performance at The Whitney Museum of American Art
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Pope.L performance at The Whitney Museum of American Art

Triple Canopy's Media Replication Services

April 26, 2014 at 6:30 pm

Pope.L will participate in Triple Canopy's Media Replication Services at The Whitney Museum of American Art on April 26, 2014 at 6:30 pm.

Pope.L will join scholar Lisa Gitelman and poet Caroline Bergvall in considering the various forms of reproduction enacted in Triple Canopy's 2014 Biennial installation, Pointing Machines.  Media Replication Services and Pointing Machines are components of Triple Canopy’s contribution to the Whitney Biennial.  Tickets for the event may be purchased in advance by clicking here

For more information on the event and Triple Canopy, please click here.

Keltie Ferris & Jessica Stockholder receive 2014 Art Awards from The Academy of Arts and Letters
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Keltie Ferris & Jessica Stockholder receive 2014 Art Awards from The Academy of Arts and Letters

New York, March 17, 2014 — The American Academy of Arts and Letters announced today the eleven artists who will receive its 2014 awards in art. The awards will be presented in New York City in May at the Academy’s annual Ceremonial. The art prizes, totaling $112,500, honor both established and emerging artists. The award winners were chosen from a group of 37 artists who had been invited to participate in the Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts, which opened on March 6, 2014. The Exhibition continues through April 12, 2014, and features over 120 paintings, sculptures, photographs, and works on paper. The members of this year’s award committee were: Lynda Benglis, Varujan Boghosian, Eric Fischl (Chairman), Yvonne Jacquette, Catherine Murphy, Philip Pearlstein, Judy Pfaff, Paul Resika, Dorothea Rockburne, and Terry Winters.

Martha Rosler at the New York Public Library
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Martha Rosler at the New York Public Library

Unfamiliar Streets

March 19, 2014

Celebrating the publication of Unfamiliar Streets: The Photographs of Richard Avedon, Charles Moore, Martha Rosler, and Philip-Lorca diCorcia author and curator Katherine Bussard joins two leading lights of contemporary art, Martha Rosler and Philip-Lorca diCorcia to discuss how cities, especially New York, have shaped their practice's engagement with street photography.

Martin Kersels at Galerie Vallois
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Martin Kersels at Galerie Vallois

Olympus

March 14 - April 26, 2014

At the beginning of the 1990s, Martin Kersels experimented with his body. As an active member of the group SHRIMPS (Paul Casey, Gayle Youngquist, Steve Nagler, Ryan Hill et Weba Garretson), he performed a series of familiar and simple gestures: holding, throwing, falling, kissing, cadencing, rocking; performances that oscillated between radicality and the absurd, both transpiring through the photographs taken during the performance. Simultaneously, he developed a 3-dimensional work guided by movement. Inspired by objects and the body language of daily life, Martin Kersels builds not only staged spaces where body and machine interact, but also animated sculptures producing incongruous actions and sounds. The bizarre dimension of his work is only a façade, his plastic work is in fact underpinned by a conceptual and critical reflexion on our relations to the world and society. The constant discussion between bodies, space, and the object is an integral part of his practice.

Cézanne in Cyberspace
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Cézanne in Cyberspace

Mitchell-Innes & Nash to release an online Cézanne Catalogue Raisonné

March 2014

ARTnews discusses Mitchell-Innes & Nash's collaboration with scholars Walter Feilchenfeldt and
Jayne Warman in producing the first-ever online Cézanne Catalogue Raisonné of paintings.

Jessica Stockholder at the Milan Triennale
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Jessica Stockholder at the Milan Triennale

February 17 - March 30, 2014

Group exhibition, curated by Francesco Poli

Pope.L at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia
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Pope.L at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia

Ruffneck Constructivists

February 12 - August 17, 2014

Ruffneck Constructivists, a group exhibition curated by artist Kara Walker brings together eleven international artists in order to define a contemporary manifesto of urban architecture and change. On view in ICA's First Floor Space from February 12 through August 17, 2014, the exhibition features sculpture, photography, and video. As Walker states, "Ruffneck Constructivists are defiant shapers of environments. Whatever their gender affiliation, Ruffnecks go hard when all around them they see weakness, softness, compromise, sermonizing, poverty, and lack; they don't change the world through conscious actions, instead they build themselves into the world one assault at a time."

Leigh Ledare at Printed Matter's LA Book Fair
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Leigh Ledare at Printed Matter's LA Book Fair

Nicolás Guagnini and Leigh Ledare: Ana and Carl and some other couples

January 30 - February 2, 2014

A collaborative project created exclusively for the LA Book Fair by Leigh Ledare and Nicolás Guagnini in conjunction with Andrew Roth and PPP Editions. It consists of an intervention into 126 books on the social sciences: Marxism, psychoanalysis, linguistics, anthropology, philosophy, literary and art criticism, cultural studies, and literature. The intervention consists of circular holes filled with a variation of positions and possibilities within human sexual interaction.

Keltie Ferris at Santa Monica Museum of Art
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Keltie Ferris at Santa Monica Museum of Art

Doomsday Boogie

January 18 - April 5, 2014

Doomsday Boogie includes several of Ferris’s large-scale paintings, along with a series of thin vertical paintings—physical realizations of the zips that originated in Barnett Newman’s abstract expressionist work.

Martin Kersels' XXXXXXXXO - Debuts on MOCAtv
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Martin Kersels' XXXXXXXXO - Debuts on MOCAtv

MOCATV: Art + Comedy

Published January 13, 2014

Martin Kersels often plays with what's maladapted, off, and decidedly out of shape. Kersels's playfulness often emerges from his own body—in a nod to his physique, Kersels once called a solo show "Heavyweight Champion"—and deeply informs two of his career interests, sound and physical comedy.

Keltie Ferris at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
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Keltie Ferris at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

Painting: A Love Story

January 18 - March 23, 2014

Without cynicism, these painters stage studio experiences in which one sees acts of painterly lovemaking accumulate over time. By tenderly examining the surfaces of their works, one can reconstruct the painterly decisions, additions, revisions, and erasures that lead to the finished image and thereby reconstruct the narrative by which the artists fall in love with their own work. The painterly pleasure they seek is like the fugitive lover whose loss has to be perpetually risked in order to keep their passion level high, and we, the audience, can experience that pleasure vicariously.

Amanda Ross-Ho at the Worcester Art Museum
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Amanda Ross-Ho at the Worcester Art Museum

You Are Here

December 21, 2013 – August 31, 2014

You are Here has been conceived around several contemporary artists whose art re-imagines the body and its boundaries. Incorporating a symbolic figurative presence as an alternative to the external appearance of a human figure – a traditional marker of our existence – these works locate the body through spaces, materials, sensations, and information that exist in relation to it (and to us).

Jay Defeo at the Orange County Museum of Art
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Jay Defeo at the Orange County Museum of Art

California Landscape Into Abstraction: Works from the Permanent Collection of OCMA

December 15, 2013 - March 2, 2014

One of the recurring themes in California art over the past century is the relationship between abstraction and landscape. Particularly in Southern California, a deep schism opened up in the 1930s between naturalist landscape painters and those of a more modernist inclination, and the breach has never entirely healed. This exhibition, drawn entirely from OCMA’s collection, explores ways in which artists from the West Coast have played a role in transforming landscape into abstraction and then back again.

Sarah Braman at the MFA Boston
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Sarah Braman at the MFA Boston

Sarah Braman: Alive

November 23, 2013 - March 30, 2014

The exhibition debuts new sculpture, painting, and video by artist Sarah Braman.  For the MFA, Braman has designed works in dynamically leaning cubes of colored glass that will respond directly to the natural glow emanating through the vaulted glass ceiling in the Linde Family wing for Contemporary Art. 

Chris Martin at The Barbara Walters Gallery
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Chris Martin at The Barbara Walters Gallery

See with Fingers

November 21 - December 20, 2013

Chris Martin will participate in See with Fingers a group exhibition curated by Laurel Sparks at The Barbara Walters Gallery.  The exhibition will be open from November 21 – December 20, 2013 at the gallery’s location in the Heimbold Visual Arts Center at Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York.

An opening reception will be held on Thursday, November 21st from 5 – 7 PM.

Paul Winstanley: Art School at Karsten Schubert
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Paul Winstanley: Art School at Karsten Schubert

Book Launch and Signing

November 21, 2013

Paul Winstanley will be present at Karsten Schubert on November 21st from 6-8 pm for the launch and signing of his most recent publication of Art School.  Filled with photographs of unpopulated studios, Paul Winstanley’s exploration of British art schools highlights their importance at a time when the art school system’s existence is more fraught than ever.

 

Pope.L Performs 'Cage Unrequited'
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Pope.L Performs 'Cage Unrequited'

Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center

November 16 - 17, 2013 10:58 AM - 11:57 AM

Iconic performance artist Pope.L's Cage Unrequited is a marathon reading of John Cage’s edited anthology, Silence: Lectures and Writings (1961) by over eighty invited collaborators. The performance functions as a refuge, proposing a relationship between the earlier artist’s ideas of indeterminacy, mysticism and chance and the work of contemporary black artists.

Pope.L at the Studio Museum in Harlem
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Pope.L at the Studio Museum in Harlem

Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art

November 14 - March 9, 2013

Providing a critical history beginning with Fluxus and Conceptual art in the early 1960s through present-day practices, Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art chronicles the emergence and development of black performance art over three generations, presenting a rich and complex look at this important facet of contemporary art. The exhibition comprises more than 100 works by some 36 artists, including video and photo documentation of performances, performance scores and installations, interactive works, and artworks created as a result of performance actions.

Chris Johanson and Jessica Stockholder at SFMOMA
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Chris Johanson and Jessica Stockholder at SFMOMA

Project Los Altos: SFMOMA in Silicon Valley

November 9, 2013 - March 2, 2014

From November 9, 2013 through March 2, 2014, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will present Project Los Altos: SFMOMA in Silicon Valley, an exhibition sited throughout the downtown commercial core of Los Altos, a town located in the heart of Silicon Valley. Project Los Altos will be on view at indoor and outdoor locations—ranging from commercial spaces to a public intersection—and include existing artworks as well as newly commissioned, site-responsive projects. Featured artists include Jeremy Blake, Spencer Finch, Charles Garoian, Christian Jankowski, Chris Johanson, Mike Mills, Kateřina Šedá, Alec Soth, and Jessica Stockholder.


 

Martha Rosler at Tate Liverpool
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Martha Rosler at Tate Liverpool

Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789-2013

November 8, 2013 - February 2, 2014

Art Turning Left is the first exhibition to examine how the production and reception of art has been influenced by left-wing values, from the French Revolution to the present day.

Chris Johanson at The Modern Institute
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Chris Johanson at The Modern Institute

Considering

October 26 - December 20, 2013

Forthcoming solo exhibition at The Modern Institute, Osborne Street, Glasglow

Drawings: Chris Martin at Printed Matter
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Drawings: Chris Martin at Printed Matter

Book Launch and Signing

October 26, 2013

Chris Martin will be present at Printed Matter on October 26th from 5-7 pm for the launch and signing of his most recent publication of works, Drawings: Chris Martin.  This impressive volume of drawings, selected by the artist and Dan Nadel, was published by PictureBox in 2013 and traces the development of Chris Martin's works on paper over the past three decades.

Virginia Overton at Westfälischer Kunstverein
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Virginia Overton at Westfälischer Kunstverein

Munster, Germany

October 19, 2013 - January 12, 2014

Westfälischer Kunstverein proudly presents Virginia Overton's first exhibition in Germany. Overton's sculptures appear sometimes rough, but always very direct and unique in that they arise from direct confrontation between the artist, the exhibition space and the existing or available materials. 

Leigh Ledare at The Photographers' Gallery
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Leigh Ledare at The Photographers' Gallery

Home Truths: Photography, Motherhood and Identity

October 11, 2013 - January 5, 2014

A home truth can be simply understood as a fact that is somehow discomforting to acknowledge or may cause embarrassment. The work in this show may do all of those things. The title is there to be taken literally, or ironically. The concept of truths in parenting and photography are there to be questioned. 

Sarah Braman, Chris Johanson and Chris Martin at CCAD, Columbus, OH
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Sarah Braman, Chris Johanson and Chris Martin at CCAD, Columbus, OH

My Crippled Friend

October 11, 2013 - January 10, 2014

My Crippled Friend investigates the recent history of the intersection of painterly abstraction and the object. While “painting as object” has often been a formalist issue, the works in this exhibition gather their identity through the subversion of formalism—scrambling and reassembling themselves in an aesthetic shell game where the act of painting is always an investigation of a painting’s ability to push into objecthood.

Jay DeFeo, Virginia Overton and Jack Goldstein Nominated by the Rob Pruitt Art Awards 2013
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Jay DeFeo, Virginia Overton and Jack Goldstein Nominated by the Rob Pruitt Art Awards 2013

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is delighted to announce the nominations of Rob Pruitt's 2013 Art Awards.

Jay DeFeo, Virginia Overton and Jack Goldstein are nominated for Artist of the Year, Solo Gallery Show of the Year and Solo Museum Show of the Year, respectively.

Virginia Overton at Disjecta
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Virginia Overton at Disjecta

subject, answer, countersubject

September 28 - November 3, 2013

Virginia Overton will participate in a group exhibition at Disjecta, Contemporary Art Center of Portland.  The exhibition was curated by Summer Guthery, Disjecta's 2013–2014 Curator-in-Residence.  The exhibition includes works by Talia Chetrit, Shana Lutker, Virginia Overton, Marlo Pascual, Virginia Poundstone, RH Quaytman, Marina Rosenfeld, Blair Saxon-Hill.

Martha Rosler at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul
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Martha Rosler at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul

Vidéo Vintage 1963-1983.

September 25 - December 31, 2013

A Selection of the New Media Collection, Musée national d’art moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris

As a medium, the video has been influenced by the full spectrum of aesthetic currents, and has established itself both as one of the most important contemporary means of artistic expression and as critical instrument. In collaboration with the Centre Pompidou Paris, the exhibition entitled “Vidéo Vintage 1963-1983” shows the emergence of video art from the 1960s to the early 1980s by way of a selection of the most popular works in video art. Of particular interest here is the selection of three focal points “Performance and Filmic Self-portrait”, “Television: Research, Experimentation, Criticism”, and “Attitudes, Forms, Concepts”, which show the development of the video, its artistic application as well as ‘research’ and criticism.

Jay Defeo at the Mills College Art Museum
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Jay Defeo at the Mills College Art Museum

Experiments in the Fault Zone

September 25 - December 8, 2013

Experiments in the Fault Zone traces some of the key moments and pivotal artistic figures in the arts at Mills from the 1930s to the present, and showcases the College’s internationally renowned commitment to experimentation and collaboration across the fine arts.

Chris Johanson in More Love: Art, Politics and Sharing Since the 1990s
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Chris Johanson in More Love: Art, Politics and Sharing Since the 1990s

Cheekwood Art & Gardens, Nashville

September 20, 2013 - January 5, 2014

More Love gathers a diverse group of artists working in a range of media—video, photography, sculpture, sound, participatory art projects and choreographed events—to investigate how such an integral part of our everyday lives works. How are today’s ideas of relative truth and individual destiny, understood not just through the head but through the heart? What truth can be found in dialogue vs. hierarchy? What is the wisdom in love as opposed to our love of wisdom? This unique exhibition with new commissions and site-adapted installations brings together forty-five works by thirty artists.

Chris Johanson in ENERGY THAT IS ALL AROUND
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Chris Johanson in ENERGY THAT IS ALL AROUND

Group Exhibition at the San Francisco Art Institute

September 12 - December 14, 2013

ENERGY THAT IS ALL AROUND features over 130 early and formative works by five artists—Chris Johanson, Margaret Kilgallen, Alicia McCarthy, Barry McGee, and Ruby Neri—who began their careers in the early 1990s in San Francisco’s Mission District and, by the early aughts, had been identified and celebrated as key members of the so-called Mission School. ENERGY THAT IS ALL AROUND will travel to Grey Art Gallery, New York University, April 15–July 12, 2014.

Pope.L at the Grey Art Gallery
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Pope.L at the Grey Art Gallery

Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art

September 10 - December 7, 2013

Radical Presence chronicles the emergence and develop-
ment of African American performance practices in contemporary art. Surveying the scene from the 1960s to the present day, this major exhibition examines the rich and complex history of black performance in the United States. The show features work of artists such as Benjamin Patterson, David Hammons, Senga Nengudi, and Coco Fusco.

A series of performances by participating artists accompanies the exhibition, which is presented in two parts: Part I, Sept. 10– Dec. 7, 2013, at the Grey Art Gallery, NYU; Part II, Nov. 14, 2013–Mar. 9, 2014, at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Radical Presence is organized by the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.

Virginia Overton in Place is the Space
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Virginia Overton in Place is the Space

Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis

September 6, 2013 - December 29, 2013

Place is the Space marks the beginning of a year-long celebration of the tenth anniversary of CAM's critically acclaimed building. Featuring five new site-specific commissions by major contemporary artists, the exhibition is an unprecedented curatorial collaboration between the building’s architect, Brad Cloepfil, founding principal of Allied Works Architecture, and Dominic Molon, CAM’s chief curator. Known for graceful sculptures that use raw materials such as drywall, mud, and wood beams, Overton will create an elegant arrangement of long metal pipes across architectural voids between the Museum’s main galleries and performance space and between the performance space and lobby. 

Virginia Overton at the Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland
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Virginia Overton at the Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland

August 23 - October 6, 2013

Virginia Overton will have a solo exhibition at the Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland, on view from August 23 - October 6, 2013. 

Jack Goldstein in Times Square
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Jack Goldstein in Times Square

Thursday, August 1

Jack Goldstein’s 1978 video The Jump will be screened on 15 of the largest digital signs in Times Square. According to a news release from Times Square Arts, the video will premiere “just before midnight” on Aug. 1.

Virginia Overton at Pop Up 1: Montauk
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Virginia Overton at Pop Up 1: Montauk

Opening Reception: Thursday, August 1, 6 to 8 pm

August 1 - Steptember 8, 2013

The Art Production Fund, in conjunction with philanthropist Fabiola Beracasa, has announced the opening of an “outdoor pop-up exhibition” in the Long Island town of Montauk.  The exhibition will be held in a vacant lot at 333 Old Montauk Highway, from Aug. 1 to Sept. 8, and will include site-specific installations by Anya Kielar, Virginia Overton and Olympia Scarry. 

Opening Reception: Thursday, August 1, 6 - 8 pm
333 Old Montauk Highway

Amanda Ross-Ho at the MCA Chicago Plaza Project
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Amanda Ross-Ho at the MCA Chicago Plaza Project

THE CHARACTER AND SHAPE OF ILLUMINATED THINGS

July - November 2013

Los Angeles–based artist Amanda Ross-Ho’s first outdoor public art project, THE CHARACTER AND SHAPE OF ILLUMINATED THINGS, explores how photography is similar to the act of seeing. Updating Joseph Beuys’s famous declaration “Everyone is an artist,” Ross-Ho suggests more specifically that today everyone is a photographer, as the ubiquity and speed of digital photography shapes the way we view and experience the world.

Chris Johanson at MOCA Pacific Design Center
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Chris Johanson at MOCA Pacific Design Center

Within The River Of Time Is My Mind

June 30 - October 13, 2013

Los Angeles—The Museum of Contemporary Art presents Within The River of Time Is My Mind, a new exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist Chris Johanson on view at MOCA Pacific Design Center from June 29 through September 22, 2013. Organized by guest curator Andrew Berardini, the exhibition features new paintings, sculpture, and found wood site-specific installation. Known for his figurative work that features text, the exhibition will highlight the kaleidoscopic color and angles that Johanson employs.

Jay DeFeo at the Contemporary Jewish Museum
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Jay DeFeo at the Contemporary Jewish Museum

Beyond Belief: 100 Years of the Spiritual in Modern Art

Juen 28 - October 27, 2013

Highlights of the SFMOMA's Collection

Beyond Belief is an expansive exhibition exploring the spiritual dimensions of modern art, especially as seen through the lens of Jewish theological concepts. The exhibition features forty-eight internationally-known artists whose work—painting, sculpture, photography, video, and installation art—are all drawn from SFMOMA’s outstanding collection. Ranging from a 1914 abstraction by Dutch artist Piet Mondrian to a luminous 1960 abstraction by Mark Rothko and oversized prayer beads by contemporary artist Zarina, Beyond Belief provides an engaging alternative that prioritizes spirituality in the reading of art.

Jessica Stockholder at Art Unlimited
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Jessica Stockholder at Art Unlimited

Booth U37

June 13 - 16, 2013

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to invite you to visit Jessica Stockholder's installation, Wide Eyes Smeared Here Dear at Art Unlimited, Booth U37. 

Mitchell-Innes & Nash at Art 44 Basel
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash at Art 44 Basel

Booth E6

June 13 - 16, 2013

Mitchell-Innes & Nash looks forward to seeing you at Art|44|Basel.
Please note that this year we have a new booth location, Booth E6.
 

Support Pope.L's performance Pull!
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Support Pope.L's performance Pull!

Looking for Participants and Donations

June 7 - 9, 2013

Pope.L in collaboration with the arts organization SPACES, has challenged the city of Cleveland to help him pull an 8 ton former ice cream truck, by hand, 34 miles from the eastside of the city to the westside over 3 days, June 7 to 9. And he needs your help to do it.

Chris Martin at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
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Chris Martin at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

XXXL Painting

June 8 - September 29, 2013

This summer Klaas Kloosterboer, Chris Martin and Jim Shaw will transform the Submarine Wharf into a gigantic art studio.

Anthony Caro at Museo Correr, Venice
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Anthony Caro at Museo Correr, Venice

Sculptures

June 1 - October 27, 2013

The splendid rooms of the Museo Correr will be the setting for the first major Italian retrospective dedicated to one of the greatest of living sculptors: Sir Anthony Caro (New Malden, Surrey, 1924).

Virginia Overton at Ausstellungsraum Klingental
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Virginia Overton at Ausstellungsraum Klingental

WITHIN THE HORIZON OF THE OBJECT

May 26 - June 30 2013

with Emilie Ding (CH), Viktor Korol (CH), Virginia Overton (US), Mandla Reuter (DE) and Adam Thompson (GB), curated by Samuel Leuenberger

Opening: Saturday, 25 May 2013, 6:00 pm

Special Opening Event During Art-Basel Week:
Wednesday, 12th June from 9 - 10 pm

Jack Goldstein at The Jewish Museum
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Jack Goldstein at The Jewish Museum

May 10 - September 29, 2013

The first American retrospective of the Canadian-born artist Jack Goldstein (1945 - 2003) brings to light his important legacy. This comprehensive exhibition frames Goldstein as a central figure of the Pictures Generation of the 1970s and 1980s and showcases his influential paintings and films, while also including installations, writings, and pioneering sound recordings. The artists of the Pictures Generation, such as Cindy Sherman, Sherrie Levine, Laurie Simmons, Barbara Kruger, David Salle and Robert Longo, explored a new stylistic vocabulary grounded in their interest in popular culture, appropriating images from books, magazines, advertisements, television, and film.

Justine Kurland in Off The Grid at Fotodok
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Justine Kurland in Off The Grid at Fotodok

May - June 2013

FOTODOK and Het Nutshuis present a double exhibition with work by Lucas Foglia, Bertus Gerssen, Justine Kurland, Pavel Prokopchik and Corine Vermeulen.

Jay DeFeo Retrospective at the Whitney
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Jay DeFeo Retrospective at the Whitney

February 28 - June 2, 2013

Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective is organized by Dana Miller, Curator of the Permanent Collection.  This retrospective is the definitive exhibition to date of the work of Jay DeFeo (1929–89).

Pope.L at the Renaissance Society, University of Chicago
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Pope.L at the Renaissance Society, University of Chicago

April 28 - June 23, 2013

The Renaissance Society is proud to conclude its 2012-13 season with Forlesen, a new installation by Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist Pope.L.

Screening of The White Rose
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Screening of The White Rose

The Whitney Museum of American Art

April 25 - May 12, 2013

Screened in conjunction with Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective, Bruce Conner’s short film, THE WHITE ROSE (1967), chronicles the removal of DeFeo’s nearly one-ton masterpiece, The Rose (1958-66), from her second-story San Francisco studio. 

Allan D'Arcangelo in Pop Art Design
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Allan D'Arcangelo in Pop Art Design

October 2012 - September 2014

Pop Art Design is in fact the first extensive exhibition on the interrelations between art and design of the period. It is a traveling exhibition of the Vitra Design Museum, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art and Moderna Museet, Stockholm.

Virginia Overton at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni
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Virginia Overton at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni

Empire State: New York Art Now

April 23 - July 21, 2013

“Empire State. Arte a New York oggi” (Empire State. New York Art Now) is an exhibition that asks how artists might reimagine urban life, and how the city of New York might continue to be a site of contestation.

Pope.L performance at the Whitney Museum
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Pope.L performance at the Whitney Museum

Exhibition runs through April 28, 2013

Friday April 19, 2013

Blues for Smoke is an interdisciplinary exhibition that explores a wide range of contemporary art through the lens of the blues and blues aesthetics. In conjunction with Blues for Smoke, Pope.L will stage a performance and hands-on project that invites visitors to explore the definitions surrounding the blues, and ask how the blues “aesthetic” has migrated over place and time.

Julian Stanczak at the Akron Museum of Art
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Julian Stanczak at the Akron Museum of Art

Line Color Illusion: Julian Stanczak

April 13 - November 3, 2013

Line Color Illusion: 40 Years of Julian Stanczak showcases paintings and prints collected by the Akron Art Museum since 1970. The exhibition documents both Julian Stanczak’s impressive career as a master of color and the museum’s longstanding commitment to his work.

Jay DeFeo Retrospective Wins AICA Exhibition Award
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Jay DeFeo Retrospective Wins AICA Exhibition Award

Best Monographic Museum Show Nationally

March 19, 2013

BEST MONOGRAPHIC MUSEUM SHOW NATIONALLY

“Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; travels to the Whitney Museum of American Art. Organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Dana Miller, curator.

Leon Kossoff at the Manchester Art Gallery
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Leon Kossoff at the Manchester Art Gallery

Radical Figures: Post-war British Figurative Painting

March 16, 2013 - March 16, 2014

In Post-war British art radical work tended towards various styles influenced by the modern art of Paris and New York such as Surrealism, abstraction and Pop Art. Alongside these parallel movements there existed another kind of art pioneered by a group of loosely associated artists later labelled The School of London. What they had in common was a firm belief that they could find new ways to create realist paintings and reinvent the representation of the human figure to make it relevant in a world traumatised by the Second World War.

Norbert Schwontkowski at the Williams College Museum of Art
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Norbert Schwontkowski at the Williams College Museum of Art

Painting Between the Lines

February 16 - June 9, 2013

For Painting Between The Lines, fourteen contemporary painters created newly commissioned paintings based on descriptions of paintings in historical and contemporary novels by authors such as Marcel Proust, Samuel Beckett, Sylvia Plath, and Milan Kundera. By examining the ways contemporary artists look at storytelling, literature and writing as expressions of individual thought, Painting Between The Lines looks at the state of contemporary painting today, presenting some of its most innovative practitioners such as Laylah Ali, Marcel Dzama, and Fred Tomaselli.

Norbert Schwontkowski at the Kunstverein, Hamburg
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Norbert Schwontkowski at the Kunstverein, Hamburg

Blind Man's Faith

January 26 - April 14, 2012

In his drawings and paintings, Norbert Schwontkowski (who lives in Bremen and Berlin) does not explore the path to abstract visualization and instead has discernible objects and figures emerge from the foundation to the images he creates.

Catherine Opie and Martha Rosler at the Wexler Center for the Arts
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Catherine Opie and Martha Rosler at the Wexler Center for the Arts

More American Photographs

January 27 - April 7, 2013

See renowned Farm Security Administration (FSA) photographs, taken between 1934 and 1944, juxtaposed with newly commissioned photographs of 21st-century America by 12 contemporary photographers.

Sarah Braman and Jessica Stockholder in Paint Things at the DeCordova Museum
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Sarah Braman and Jessica Stockholder in Paint Things at the DeCordova Museum

January 27 - April 14, 2013

PAINT THINGS navigates the recent direction of contemporary artists to expand painting beyond the stretcher into sculptural forms. This group exhibition focuses on the growing spatial and material freedom in painting as it merges with installation and sculpture. 

Martin Kersels: Subjective Histories of Sculpture
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Martin Kersels: Subjective Histories of Sculpture

Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School, 55 West 13th Street, 2nd floor

Monday January 28, 7-9PM

SculptureCenter, in collaboration with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School, is thrilled to continue the artist-led lecture series Subjective Histories of Sculpture. This program, initiated in 2006, furthers SculptureCenter's exploration of how contemporary artists think about sculpture, its history, legacies, and potential for innovation.

This year, Martin Kersels, Agnieszka Kurant, and Allison Smith have been invited to present their own take on art history and consider the thematic focus of thingness.

MFA Boston Awards Sarah Braman the Maud Morgan Prize
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MFA Boston Awards Sarah Braman the Maud Morgan Prize

January 2013

Braman will receive a $10,000 award and her work will be presented in the MFA’s Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art in November 2013.

Anthony Caro at the Yale Center for British Art
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Anthony Caro at the Yale Center for British Art

Caro: Close Up

Thursday, October 18, 2012–Sunday, December 30, 2012

With a career spanning more than sixty years, Sir Anthony Caro (b. 1924) is Britain’s most acclaimed living sculptor.

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Martha Rosler's Garage Sale at MoMA

Meta-Monumental Garage Sale in MoMA Atrium

November 17, 2012

For her first solo exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York–based artist Martha Rosler presents her work Meta-Monumental Garage Sale, a large-scale version of the classic American garage sale, in which Museum visitors can browse and buy second-hand goods organized, displayed, and sold by the artist.

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Pope.L in Radical Presence at CAMH

Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art

November 2012

Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art, the first comprehensive survey of performance art by black visual artists.

Amanda Ross-Ho at LA MOCA
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Amanda Ross-Ho at LA MOCA

Teeny Tiny Woman

June 23 – September 23, 2012

The Museum of Contemporary Art presents AMANDA ROSS-HO: TEENY TINY WOMAN, on view at MOCA Pacific Design Center from June 23 through September 23, 2012. Amanda Ross-Ho is one of the leading Los Angeles artists of her generation and this new installation is her largest and most ambitious exhibition to date.

Justine Kurland and Catherine Opie:
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Justine Kurland and Catherine Opie:

America In View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now, at RISD Museum of Art

September 21, 2012 through January 13,2013

Featuring the works of Catherine Opie and Justine Kurland, America in View reveals a nation's ambitions and failings, beauty and loss, politics and personal stories through about 150 photographs spanning nearly 150 years. 

Virginia Overton on the High Line
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Virginia Overton on the High Line

September 13, 2012 to September 2013

High Line Art, presented by Friends of the High Line, is pleased to announce that Brooklyn-based artist Virginia Overton will transform an old pickup truck into a site-specific sculpture installed on the stacked parking next to the High Line at West 20th Street, on view from Thursday, September 13, 2012 to September 2013.

Pope.L in superHUMAN at Central Utah Art Center
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Pope.L in superHUMAN at Central Utah Art Center

Friday, June 8 –Friday, August 3, 2012

superHUMAN Friday, June 8 –Friday, August 3, 2012 Central Utah Art Center (CUAC) 86 N Main, Ephraim, Utah 84627 Thursday, September 6–Saturday, December 22, 2012 Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art 591 Broad Street, Newark, NJ 07102 Artists Blanka Amezkua, Edgar Arcenaux, Kevin Darmanie, Kurt Forman, Chitra Ganesh, Fay Ku, Shaun El C. Leonardo, Kerry James Marshall, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, Dulce Pinzón, Pope.L, Robert Pruitt, Xaviera Simmons, Saya Woolfalk Curated by Jorge Rojas and David Hawkins

Jessica Stockholder at the Ecole Nationale Superieur d'Architecture de Nantes
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Jessica Stockholder at the Ecole Nationale Superieur d'Architecture de Nantes

June 15 - September 2, 2012

Jessica Stockholder's exhibition "Hollow Places Court in Ash-Tree Wood", initially realized at the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield, CT, is traveling to the Ecole Nationale Superieur d'Architecture in Nantes, France. The exhibition will open on June 15th, 2012, and remain on view until September 2. For more information, please visit the website for the Frac des Pays de la Loire.

Jessica Stockholder's "Color Jam" for the Chicago Loop Alliance
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Jessica Stockholder's "Color Jam" for the Chicago Loop Alliance

Opening June 5, 2012

Opening June 5, 2012

Commissioned by Chicago Loop Alliance, renowned artist Jessica Stockholder has begun saturating building façades, sidewalks, and crosswalks in bold colors in what will be the summer’s largest art installation. “Color Jam” – the third public artwork in the Art Loop series – is coming to the intersection of State & Adams on June 5. It will be on display through September, and will feature a series of public programs, taking the form of concerts, talks, happenings, and virtual interactions throughout the Loop. Walk a live stream of the installation site, or the "Jam Cam", from the link to the left.

Martha Rosler's Meta-Monumental Garage Sale
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Martha Rosler's Meta-Monumental Garage Sale

Donate at MoMA and PS1

For her first solo exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, Martha Rosler (Brooklyn, New York) will present her work Garage Sale in The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium from November 17 to 30, 2012. Rosler held the Garage Sale’s first iteration, Monumental Garage Sale, in 1973 in the student gallery of the University of California, San Diego. She advertised this controversial work as a garage sale in local newspapers and as an art event within the local arts scene. Clothes, books, records, toys, costume jewelry, personal letters, art works, and other mementos, as well as soft-core pornographic magazines and empty welfare-food containers were displayed on racks and tables for visitors to browse and buy, after haggling with the artist over the price. Rosler’s Garage Sale implicates visitors in face-to-face transactions within a secondary, informal cash economy—exactly like garage sales held outside the museum setting. On select weekends from May 12 until summer, you can be a part of this work by donating your castoffs, no-longer-wanted objects, bric-a-brac, and odd items. Click the link to the left for more information on drop off times and locations.

Daniel Lefcourt at White Flag Projects
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Daniel Lefcourt at White Flag Projects

April 19 - May 26

Daniel Lefcourt: Mockup Opening reception Thursday, April 19, 6-8 PM "Mockup" is a storage room, a stage set, a mausoleum, a trade show, a diagram, a game board, a studio, a retail store, a pictograph, a classroom, a museum display, an architectural model, and a sign-maker's workshop. Like composite wood -- the material from which the artworks are made -- each object is at once real and solid, and simultaneously a mere semblance or substitute.

Chris Johanson in Glasgow International
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Chris Johanson in Glasgow International

Dialogue of Hands: April 2012 - May 2012, Glasgow, UK

"Dialogue of Hands" will be a sculpture park for children and adults, located on the elevated ground level sculpture courtyard of the iconic 1964 building, formerly known as the College of Building and Printing (recently renamed City of Glasgow College). The exhibition would be an immersive sensory environment, with an emphasis on real time audience participation and attracting families with children.

Virginia Overton at the Kitchen
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Virginia Overton at the Kitchen

March 21 - May 6

Curated by Matthew Lyons In her works in sculpture and installation, Virginia Overton employs readily available or repurposed building materials as well as common found imagery in reaction to the particular conditions of the exhibition space and its environs. She has developed a sculptural vocabulary that uses and reuses these materials and images. While the work often incorporates large-scale elements, Overton still allows for a sense of ad hoc fragility in the provisional relationships she sets up between the architecture and her materials. The heightened awareness of the weight-bearing loads and the pull of gravity underscore how the materials have been asked to perform, holding traces of past uses and process to become more than just “raw” material. Exhibition Hours: Tues–Fri, 12–6pm; Sat 11–6pm FREE

Anthony Caro at Chatsworth
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Anthony Caro at Chatsworth

March 28 - July 1

The Chatsworth House Trust and the New Art Centre, Roche Court Sculpture Park, are proud to present 'Caro at Chatsworth'. This will be the first exhibition dedicated to the work of a single artist to be held in the garden at Chatsworth and will comprise 15 sculptures by Sir Anthony Caro sited around the famous Emperor Fountain, in front of the south façade at Chatsworth. 'Caro at Chatsworth' provides a once in a lifetime chance to see the larger work of Britain's greatest living sculptor in one of Britain's most famous historic settings.

Keltie Ferrris at the Addison Gallery, Philips Academy
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Keltie Ferrris at the Addison Gallery, Philips Academy

Open Windows: January 14 - April 8, 2012

Open Windows: Keltie Ferris, Jackie Saccoccio, Billy Sullivan, and Alexi Worth Guest-curated by artist Carroll Dunham, this exhibition presents the work of four contemporary American painters: Keltie Ferris, Jackie Saccoccio, Billy Sullivan, and Alexi Worth. Representing distinct and varied approaches to painting from abstraction to realism, these artists’ works will be set in counterpoint to modernist paintings chosen by Dunham from the Addison’s permanent collection. By juxtaposing new and recent paintings by the four artists with historic works ranging in date from the 1930s to early 1960s by artists such as Franz Kline, Irene Rice Pereira, John Graham, and Reginald Marsh, to name a few, Open Windows reveals sometimes surprising affinities, influences, and contrasts among and between the twenty-first-century works and mid-twentieth-century paintings, opening windows on new possibilities and fresh ways of seeing. On view through April 8, 2012.

Pope.L "Reenactor" at Williams Center Gallery
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Pope.L "Reenactor" at Williams Center Gallery

Lafayette College, February 11- March 17. 2012

Martha Rosler in Print/Out at MoMA
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Martha Rosler in Print/Out at MoMA

February 15–May 14, 2012

Organized in conjunction with the exhibition Print/Out, Printin’ takes as its starting point DeLuxe (2005), a tour de force portfolio of 60 works by Ellen Gallagher (American, b. 1965) that challenged traditional ideas of what a print could be. DeLuxe offers a multivalent constellation of ideas, touching on such issues as portraiture, identity, history, advertising, commodity, and the disruption, translation, and recasting of space. Proposing a kind of technical dissection and conceptual unpacking of this portfolio, Printin’ brings together work by more than 50 artists from multiple disciplines in a sweeping chronology that extends from the 17th century to the present day, to propose a free-flowing yet incisive web of associations that are reflected in DeLuxe. Encompassing prints, drawings, films, books, photographs, sculptures, videos, and comic strips, the exhibition features such artists as Vija Celmins, David Hammons, George Herriman, Robert Rauschenberg, Martha Rosler, and many others, forming a dense network of formal, technical, and conceptual connections and intersections.

Paul Winstanley in "Lifelike" at the Walker Art Center
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Paul Winstanley in "Lifelike" at the Walker Art Center

February 25, 2012 - May 27, 2012

Paul Winstanley is to be included in "Lifelike", a traveling exhibition curated by Siri Engberg. Is it real? Lifelike invites a close examination of artworks based on commonplace objects and situations, which are startlingly realistic, often playful, and sometimes surreal. This international group exhibition features artists variously using scale, unusual materials, and sly contextual devices to reveal the manner in which their subjects’ “authenticity” is manufactured. Avoiding the brand-name flashiness embraced by 1960s Pop and the slick urban scenes introduced at that time by the Photorealists, the artists in Lifelike investigate the quieter side of the quotidian, choosing potentially overlooked items or moments as subject matter: a paper bag, an eraser, an apple core, a waiting room, an afternoon nap. They also favor a handmade, labor-intensive practice rather than technological enhancements. The resulting works—including painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, and video—transform the ordinary into something beguiling, loaded with narrative and metaphor, and imbued with an arresting sense of humanity. Lifelike showcases works from the 1960s to the present by more than 55 artists, including Vija Celmins, Keith Edmier, Fischli and Weiss, Robert Gober, Alex Hay, Kaz Oshiro, Charles Ray, Sam Taylor-Wood, and Ai Weiwei. Catalogue forthcoming in February 2012.

Video of Pope.L performance at MoMA
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Video of Pope.L performance at MoMA

MoMA Case Study: Pope.L Inteprets "Fluxkit"

Last month, artist Pope.L spent a day at MoMA, exploring the collections of artists’ multiples on view in Thing/Thought: Fluxus Editions, 1962–1978. While he was here, he produced the above performance video, which incorporates the Fluxkit to incredibly humorous effect. His visit concluded a series of collaborations with visiting artists—some of them original members of Fluxus—who had been invited to select objects from the two Fluxkits on display, which are similar but not identical, and determine their arrangement. Since the late 1970s, Pope.L has produced innovative performances and installations, often tackling potent topics of race and inequality. His interventionist approach frequently involves the public; he interacts with communities, taking on the role of provocateur. At MoMA, Pope.L addressed the institutional paradigms of the Museum. His unconventional arrangement of the Fluxus objects is on view until January 16, when the exhibition closes to the public.

Catherine Opie featured on Season 6 of Art21's "Art in the 21st Century"
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Catherine Opie featured on Season 6 of Art21's "Art in the 21st Century"

premieres April 13, 2012 at 9:00 p.m. on PBS

Over the past decade, Art21 has established itself as the preeminent chronicler of contemporary art and artists through its Peabody Award-winning biennial television series, "Art in the Twenty-First Century." The nonprofit organization has used the power of digital media to introduce millions of people of all ages to contemporary art and artists and has created a new paradigm for teaching and learning about the creative process. "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season Six includes 13 profiles of artists from four continents gathered into four, one-hour thematic episodes: Change, Balance, History and Boundaries. Spanning the globe from Nigeria to New York City, from Beijing to Brazil, the programs reveal the artists at work and speaking in their own words as they demonstrate the power of art to alter perception, challenge convention, and change how we see the world around us.

Special Blend at the Journal Gallery
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Special Blend at the Journal Gallery

Curated by Chris Martin, Jan 13 - Feb 12

Katherine Bradford, Tamara Gonzales, Joanne Greenbaum EJ Hauser, Alison Knowles, Justine Kurland, Lauren Luloff, Joyce Pensato, Amanda Ross-Ho, Niki de Saint Phalle, Michelle Tarantelli The Journal Gallery is delighted to present "Special Blend," curated by Chris Martin. Some of these artists are old friends. Some of them have never met. This show is a way for them to meet and for their work to converse. Presented as a melange, this exhibition has an earthy flavor with a clean finish. Balanced and light-bodied, it combines honey sweetness with a hint of citrus for a smooth-looking exhibition—perfect for viewing all day.

Paul Winstanley in "The Deer" at Le Consortium, Dijon
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Paul Winstanley in "The Deer" at Le Consortium, Dijon

December 21,2011 - March 11, 2012

Virginia Overton at The Power Station, Dallas
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Virginia Overton at The Power Station, Dallas

"DELUXE", January 14 - March 30

VIRGINIA OVERTON: "DELUXE" Opening Saturday January 14th, 2012 For Virginia Overton, the truck is a working tool embodied with stored labor. Rather than a symbolic object of desire in the mode of the co-opted muscle car, she recognizes the truck as a worker. Like most of her tools and materials, the truck functions as an agent for labor production.

Catherine Opie in HIDE/SEEK at the Brooklyn Museum
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Catherine Opie in HIDE/SEEK at the Brooklyn Museum

November 18, 2011-February 12, 2012

Catherine Opie is featured in the first major museum exhibition that showcases themes of gender and sexuality in American portraiture--HIDE/SEEK: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture. Initially organized by the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, the original presentation was co-curated by David C. Ward amd Jonathan D. Katz. The Brooklyn Museum presentation, coordinated by Tricia Laughlin Bloom, charts the underdocumented role that sexual identity has played in the making of modern art, and highlights the contributions of gay and lesbian artists to American art. Tracing the coded narrative of sexual desire in art produced from the early modern period through the present, HIDE/SEEK displays responses to the Stonewall riots of 1969, the AIDS epidemic and post-modern themes of identity.

Chris Martin at Kunsthalle Dusseldorf
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Chris Martin at Kunsthalle Dusseldorf

Staring at the Sun

October 22 - January 15

The Kunst­hal­le Dusseldorf will present the first in­sti­tu­tio­nal so­lo ex­hi­bi­ti­on outside the United Sta­tes by Chris Mar­tin. The ex­hi­bi­ti­on, cu­ra­ted by Elo­die Evers and Gre­gor Jan­sen, will fo­cus upon the ear­ly and midd­le pe­ri­od of Mar­tin’s oeu­vre. The “Black Pain­tings”, for ex­amp­le, which crea­te the il­lu­si­on of three-di­men­sio­nal space wi­th a few li­nes, be­long to the ol­der works. Mar­tin’s en­ga­ge­ment wi­th pain­ters such as Ma­le­vich and Mon­dri­an, is cle­ar­ly vi­si­ble he­re. In par­al­lel to the­se lar­ge-for­mat pain­tings, which we­re pro­du­ced as part of his work as an art the­ra­pist, Mar­tin al­so wor­ked on a num­ber of small, co­lor­ful can­va­ses. Martin's first com­pre­hen­si­ve ex­hi­bi­ti­on ca­ta­lo­gue, fea­turing nu­me­rous co­lor il­lus­tra­ti­ons, es­says by Gre­gor Jan­sen, Alex­an­der Koch, Bob Nick­as, Lars Bang Lar­sen, and a con­ver­sa­ti­on wi­th Chris Mar­tin and Elo­die Evers, will be pu­blis­hed by Ver­lag der Buch­hand­lung Walt­her Kö­nig.

Pope.L at Prospect.2
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Pope.L at Prospect.2

October 22, 2011 - January 29, 2012

Performance artist and sculptor Pope.L will present a performance and video installation entitled Blink at Prospect.2 New Orleans, the second edition of the international contemporary art biennial. For the work, the artist asked New Orleans residents to donate photos of themselves in response to the questions: "When you dream of New Orleans, what do you dream of? When you wake up in the morning, what do you see?" These donated images will be part of a video installation mounted on a truck – a modern, traveling version of a “magic lantern” projection – that will traverse the city of New Orleans from sundown on October 22, 2011 through sunrise the following day. The video, intended to be a collective “memory bank” of the residents of New Orleans, will be stationed at Xavier University's Art Village following the performance for the duration of the biennial.

Roy Lichtenstein at Pavilion of Art and Design London, October 12-16
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Roy Lichtenstein at Pavilion of Art and Design London, October 12-16

Berkeley Square, Booth 34

Mitchell-Innes & Nash invites you to visit our booth at Pavilion of Art and Design, London. This fair focusing on the best of 20th-century art and design will take place in Berkeley Square, October 12-16. The gallery will present a selection of Roy Lichtenstein collages from the Interiors series.

Martha Rosler in More American Photographs at CCA Wattis Institute
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Martha Rosler in More American Photographs at CCA Wattis Institute

San Francisco, October 4-December 17, 2011

Martha Rosler is featured in CCA Wattis Institute's More American Photographs--the exhibition will reexamine the well-known photography program of the Farm Security Administration, 1935-44, which included artists such as Walker Evans, Ben Shahn, Dorothea Lange and Marion Post Wolcott. For More American Photographs, twelve contemporary photographers will be commissioned to travel the United States, documenting its land and people. More American Photographs aims to add to the FSA's project through the lens of the twenty-first century, which highlights, amidst natural disasters, the collapse of the housing boom, and a general lack of economic mobility, the distinct effects on different communities.

Norbert Schwontkowski in Painting Between the Lines at CCA Wattis Institute
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Norbert Schwontkowski in Painting Between the Lines at CCA Wattis Institute

San Francisco, October 4-December 17, 2011

Norbert Schwontkowski is featured in the CCA Wattis Institute's Painting Between the Lines, which continues the Institute's investigation into the relationship between literature and art. For this show, the CCA Wattis Institute has commissioned fourteen artists to create paintings based on descriptions of paintings in historical and contemporary novels. Examining the state of contemporary painting, Painting Between the Lines attest to the vitality of the medium. Though literary sources have been a common source of painting's subject matter historically, more recently, painting has looked to history, society, politics and itself for inspiration. Schwontkowski's painting responds to Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray.

Pope.L at Eastside Projects
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Pope.L at Eastside Projects

"CHILD", September 17- November 5, 2011

Launch 6-8 pm, September 16, 2011 "CHILD" is a new major three screen video commission and film-set installation in the main gallery of Eastside Projects, Birmingham UK. The work seeks to create an atmosphere of melodrama, strangeness and oddness informed by the artist's background in theatre and performance art. The exhibition draws upon the existing context of the gallery and its surroundings combining with the cinematic references. "CHILD" is about a small troubled family coping with the long absence and return of the father. Pope.L continues to construct surprising and unique work around the dispersion and coalescing of matter, values and concepts of what it means to be alive

Martha Rosler at the Orange County Museum
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Martha Rosler at the Orange County Museum

State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970, October 9, 2011 - January 22, 2012

State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970, co-organized by Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) and UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA), is the most comprehensive exhibition to date to focus on Conceptual art and related new genres in both Northern and Southern California during this pivotal period in contemporary art. Featuring more than 150 works of art, the exhibition includes installations, photographs, works on paper, videos and films, artists’ books, extensive performance documentation, and other ephemera. This includes newly discovered work as well as materials culled from archives that have rarely been viewed. State of Mind: New California Art circa 1970 is supported by a grant from the Getty Foundation as part of the unprecedented collaborative initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945–1980.

Amanda Ross-Ho at the Orange County Museum
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Amanda Ross-Ho at the Orange County Museum

Two Schools of Cool: October 9 - January 22

Amanda Ross-Ho will participate in an exhibition titled Two Schools of Cool at Orange County Museum of Art. OCMA’s history is rooted in Los Angeles art and artists of the 1960s and 1970s. Two Schools of Cool reexamines a group of these artists, pairing elder statesmen of cool with artists from a new generation that mostly emerged in Los Angeles beginning in 2000. The exhibition provides the two generations with space to explore, experiment, and provoke through collaborative projects. The collaborating artist teams are: John Baldessari and Shana Lutker, Llyn Foulkes and Stanya Kahn, George Herms and Sarah Cain, Allen Ruppersberg and Amanda Ross-Ho, and Robert Williams and Ed Moses. The exhibition will include select public programs during the run of the exhibition, including artist talks, performances and workshops.

Chris Johanson at Malmö Konsthall
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Chris Johanson at Malmö Konsthall

Alright Alright

September 10- November 27, 2011

Chris Johanson will be featured in a solo exhibition at the Malmö Konsthall in Sweden. Alright Alright consists of new drawings, paintings and a large scale pyramid-shaped installation all made specifically for Malmö Konsthall. The installation includes eight sound pieces made by Johanson’s band IS. Chris Johanson (born 1968) is a self-taught product of San Francisco’s skateboard and graffiti culture. In his playful and humorous works he comments on what it is like to be human and live in today’s society. He works in widely varying media such as painting, film, installation and music. Johanson uses bright colors with a cartoon-like style. He is an acute observer, who in a simple and direct way conveys his observations to us. He still regards himself as somewhat of an outsider in the art world, and therefore does not feel bound by any pre-existing limitations. He enjoys exceeding boundaries – the paint spills outside his contour lines and the speech balloons are too small to contain his text.

Jack Tworkov at Black Mountain College
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Jack Tworkov at Black Mountain College

The Accident of Choice, June 17 - September 17, 2011

JACK TWORKOV: The Accident of Choice, the artist at Black Mountain College is a historic exhibition of important works by Tworkov, who taught painting at Black Mountain College during the summer of 1952. On view will be paintings and drawings by Tworkov ranging from 1948-52 including works from one of the artist's most noted series, House of the Sun that began at Black Mountain College. Also on exhibit will be letters, photographs, and ephemera from students and fellow artists including Fielding Dawson, Franz Kline, Robert Rauschenberg, and Stephan Wolpe; photographs of Jack Tworkov at Black Mountain College by Robert Rauschenberg, and several original works by Rauschenberg from 1952. A fully illustrated catalogue will accompany the exhibition including an essay by the exhibition curator, Jason Andrew; a never-before printed interview with Jack Tworkov conducted by the historian Irving Sandler in 1957; and a re-print of the article Tworkov Paints A Picture written by Fairfield Porter and published in Art News in 1953. The exhibition is curated by Jason Andrew.

Jessica Stockholder at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
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Jessica Stockholder at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Ridgefield, CT, June 26 - December 31

In her solo project Hollow places court in Ash-Tree Wood, Jessica Stockholder has made several works from the wood of a 125-year-old ash tree that formerly grew in the Aldrich’s sculpture garden. The exhibition includes several discrete sculptural works within a site-responsive installation. The major elements in the exhibition are two large freestanding sculptures that resemble folding screens. Fabricated from boards cut from the wood of the tree, they were conceived by Stockholder as static armatures that she will activate with various types of paint, from auto lacquer to acrylic, visually suggesting walls (or a gallery) filled with pictures. The forms represented reference eyes (among other things), mirroring the viewer’s gaze and suggesting both the accumulated experience of the tree and the fleeting experience of the viewer.

Pope.L at White Flag Projects
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Pope.L at White Flag Projects

Another Kind of Vapor

June 18 - July 23

IAIN BAXTER & Robert Heinecken David Lieske Paul McCarthy Otto Piene Pope.L Dieter Roth Ed Ruscha Jennifer West Curated by Jenny Gheith and John McKinnon Taking inspiration from Dieter Roth's now legendary exhibition "Staple Cheese (A Race)", "Another Kind of Vapor" presents artists who have experimented with non-traditional materials. Some sculpt, mold, and print with these substances, others conserve marks and stains. Allowed to decay, decompose, or remain in stasis, these objects endure as symbols of impermanence, waste, memory, and time.

Chris Martin at the Corcoran Gallery of Art
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Chris Martin at the Corcoran Gallery of Art

June 18 - October 23, 2011

Chris Johanson & Sun Foot perform at Art 42 Basel
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Chris Johanson & Sun Foot perform at Art 42 Basel

Art Paurcours Night, June 16th, 8pm-12 midnight

Chris Johanson will participate in the second edition of Art Basel's Art Parcours, a series of events and performances selected by Jens Hoffmann, Director of the CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco. Johanson will perform with his band 'Sun Foot' atop his site-specific artwork, which takes the form of a stage built on a cargo barge docked on the bank of the Rhine. The event includes a projection by Johanna Jackson & DJ set by Christopher Garrett. Art Parcours is open to the public and free of charge.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash at Art|42|Basel
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash at Art|42|Basel

June 15-18, Booth E9

Mitchell-Innes & Nash will participate in Art|42|Basel, Booth E9. The gallery will exhibit a selection of works by 20th-century masters. Highlights include sculpture and an early wood relief by Jean Arp; photographs by Constantin Brancusi; a collection of small works by Alberto Burri; a standing mobile by Alexander Calder; etchings by Lucian Freud; important works on paper and a painting by Alberto Giacometti; works by Leon Kossoff and Anthony Caro; a large-scale sculpture by Roy Lichtenstein; and 1960s paintings by Kenneth Noland.

Anthony Caro on the Roof, Metropolitan Museum
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Anthony Caro on the Roof, Metropolitan Museum

New York, April 26 - October 30, 2011

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce an installation of sculptures by Sir Anthony Caro on The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden opening April 26. This selection of works spans the artist’s career to date and will highlight his principle contributions to sculpture: engagement with form in space, dialogue between sculpture and architecture, and the creation of abstract analogies for the human figure and landscape. The exhibition will be on view in the Museum’s dramatic, nearly 8,000-square-foot open-air space offering unparalleled views of Central Park and the New York City skyline. Anthony Caro on the Roof will be the 14th consecutive single-artist installation on the Cantor Roof Garden.

Amanda Ross-Ho at Queens Museum of Art
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Amanda Ross-Ho at Queens Museum of Art

Not the Way You Remembered, opening April 10

Amanda Ross-Ho will be included in the exhibition Not the Way You Remembered at the Queens Museum of Art from April 10 - August 14. As museums have mounted more exhibitions from their permanent collections, revisiting their archives and breathing new life into years’ worth of holdings, this generation’s artists are also looking back-revisiting materiality, composing and recombining nontraditional materials, perhaps out of necessity, or as a comment on a collective loss of intimacy through lives lived online. NOT THE WAY YOU REMEMBERED explores how collecting and displaying personal, physical objects creates and recreates memories and associations, both individual and collective. Participating artists are Taylor Baldwin, Clifford Borress, Barb Choit, Brendan Fowler, Ted Gahl, Rashawn Griffin, Faten Kanaan, Zak Kitnick, Jason Lazarus, Lauren Luloff, Dave Murray, Amanda Ross-Ho, Jean Shin, Hayley Silverman, Agathe Snow, and Bryan Zanisnik. The exhibition is curated by Jamillah James, Queens Museum of Art Van Lier Fund Fellow.

Martha Rosler in the 2011 Singapore Biennale
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Martha Rosler in the 2011 Singapore Biennale

March 13 - May 15

Martha Rosler will be included in the Singapore Biennale 2011: Open House. Featuring 60 artists from 30 countries, the third Singapore Biennale will be open to the public from 13 March to 15 May 2011. Over half of the artists are creating new commissions or premiering new works. 'Open House' is presented across four exhibition venues, each with their own particular character, that draw upon emblematic spaces in Singapore: Housing Development Board flats (Singapore Art Museum and 8Q), shopping centres and night markets (National Museum of Singapore), and international air and sea ports (Old Kallang Airport). In addition to a community garden project at the Old Kallang Airport, Rosler has been invited to give the Keynote Lecture on March 12.

Pope.L Flux This at MoMA
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Pope.L Flux This at MoMA

Friday, March 25, Celeste Bartos Theater

Flux This, with Pope.L and Special Guests Museum of Modern Art, New York Instructions, proposals, notions, a phone call, and a trampoline. A day and a half of Fluxus-inspired-and-disgusted workshops, performances, video, and interventions, concluding with an evening of short things and even shorter things. Everyone is invited! 12:00–6:30 p.m. in the Cullman Education Building mezzanine and classrooms (admission is free) 6:30 p.m. in the Celeste Bartos Theater (T3) (tickets required) Open rehearsals for this event take place on March 24. In conjunction with the exhibitions Instruction Lab and Contemporary Art from the Collection Tickets for the 6:30 p.m. theater event ($10; $8 members; $5 students, seniors, staff of other museums) can be purchased online or at the lobby information desk and the film desk.

Jessica Stockholder at Laumeier Sculpture Park
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Jessica Stockholder at Laumeier Sculpture Park

Grab grassy this moment your I's, February 12 – May 29, 2011

Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis presents an exhibition of recent sculpture by Jessica Stockholder. The exhibition, which opens February 12, features eleven sculptures full of quirks and unexpected materials. Stockholder’s work engages elements of painting, sculpture and architecture with objects more commonly found in backyards and living rooms. Her playful nature is reflected in the name of the exhibition, Grab grassy this moment your I’s. The title offers an abstract grammatical puzzle emblematic of her work that strives to change how we see common objects and materials. The exhibition includes Stockholder’s work, Flooded Chambers Maid, 2009-10, installed in Laumeier’s Children’s Sculpture Garden in October 2010. The long-term loan was commissioned by the Madison Square Park Conservancy, was previously exhibited in Manhattan’s Madison Square Park. The work will provide a platform for future performances, readings and children’s programs.

Amanda Ross-Ho at Visual Arts Center, University of Texas at Austin
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Amanda Ross-Ho at Visual Arts Center, University of Texas at Austin

UNTITLED NOTHING FACTORY, January 28 – March 12

During the course of this evolving on-site work, Amanda Ross-Ho will invite viewers to become participants in an ongoing examination of the boundaries of the white cube, the direct and indirect products of creative expression, and the connectivity of the visual world. Her site-specific installation will transform the Vaulted Gallery into an active worksite dedicated to producing three basic elements: blank stretched canvases, simple hand-built ceramic vessels, and handmade paper. Ross-Ho collapses the life cycle of the creative process through the performative act of embedding the gallery with the energy of production. The three manifestations of the ‘empty’ space produced—canvas, vessel, page—will create an environment that both formalizes the ability for massive potential and serves as witness to mass activity.

Jessica Stockholder's 'Jewel Thief' in the New York Times
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Jessica Stockholder's 'Jewel Thief' in the New York Times

The Tang Museum at Skidmore College

New Sparkle for an Abstract Ensemble By HOLLAND COTTER SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — In the echo chamber that is the New York art world, where one voice can give the illusion of being many, the crusading cry of late is “We need more painting!” As if there were a dearth. Is there? Walk through any of the city’s art museums, and what do see? Paintings everywhere. Visit contemporary galleries all over town, and what do you find? They’re painting packed. But still the cry goes on.

Pope.L at FIAC
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Pope.L at FIAC

October 21 - 24

Pope.L at FIAC, Paris, October 21 - 24 Booth A40 – Mitchell-Innes & Nash New York, September, 2010: Mitchell-Innes & Nash will present a solo booth featuring Pope.L at FIAC, Paris from October 21 through 24. The works on view, dating from the 1990s to the present, will include sculpture, photographs, painting and drawing, as well as a performance in the FIAC booth.

Roy Lichtenstein Reflected in the New York Times
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Roy Lichtenstein Reflected in the New York Times

Following the Dots around the City

September 23, 2010

Following the Dots Around the City By ROBERTA SMITH Autumn in New York is the perfect time for an accidental festival of the work of the Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. This one is made possible by three separate exhibitions spread around Manhattan, which seems only fitting.

The Jewel Thief at the Tang Museum
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The Jewel Thief at the Tang Museum

Co-curated by Jessica Stockholder and Ian Berry

The Jewel Thief will combine works by over fifty contemporary artists with eccentric arrangements to explore new ways to think about and experience abstract art. Through experiments with scale, color, material, and space, the exhibition will create an immersive environment that raises questions about art and display and enables fresh takes on the specific works.

Roy Lichtenstein at the Morgan Library
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Roy Lichtenstein at the Morgan Library

September 24, 2010, through January 2, 2011

An extraordinary new exhibition organized by The Morgan Library & Museum, opening September 24, presents an important series of large-scale, black-and-white works as a group for the first time and examines Lichtenstein's less known exploration of the medium of drawing. Created during the early and mid-1960s, the fifty-five drawings on view offer a revealing window into the development of Lichtenstein's art, as he began for the first time to appropriate commercial illustrations and comic strips as subject matter and experimented stylistically with simulating commercial techniques of reproduction—the famous Benday dots. The work represents an essential and original contribution to Pop Art as well as to the history of drawing.

Martin Kersels at the Museum Tinguely
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Martin Kersels at the Museum Tinguely

October 15, 2010 – January 23, 2011

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Martin Kersels in Under Destruction October 15, 2010 – January 23, 2011 Destruction in art - 50 years after Tinguely's Homage to New York Group show in collaboration with the Swiss Institute, New York. Co-curated by Chris Sharp and Gianni Jetzer, Under Destruction opens in collaboration with the Swiss Institute, New York and features some twenty internationally known contemporary artists that examine the use and role of destruction in contemporary art.

A Conversation on Roy Lichtenstein
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A Conversation on Roy Lichtenstein

Saturday October 16, 4pm

A CONVERSATION ON ROY LICHTENSTEIN MITCHELL-INNES & NASH CHELSEA SATURDAY OCTOBER 16, 4 PM Mitchell-Innes & Nash will hold a round-table discussion on the occasion of the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein Reflected at the Chelsea gallery on Saturday, October 16, at 4pm. Participants will include Dorothy Lichtenstein, David Salle, and Graham Bader.

Martha Rosler at the Brooklyn Museum
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Martha Rosler at the Brooklyn Museum

Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958–1968

Brooklyn Museum Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958–1968 October 15, 2010–January 9, 2011 Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and Morris A. and Meyer Schapiro Wing, 4th Floor This large-scale exhibition examines the impact of women artists on the traditionally male-dominated field of Pop art.

Pope.L at the New Museum
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Pope.L at the New Museum

October 6, 2010 - January 9, 2011

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Pope.L's "Eating the Wall Street Journal" in the exhibition "The Last Newspaper" at the New Museum. Pope.L will supervise a performative restaging of this seminal work enlisting a team of collaborators to occasionally wander throughout the museum eating the financial daily.

Amanda Ross-Ho in MoMA's New Photography 2010
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Amanda Ross-Ho in MoMA's New Photography 2010

September 29, 2010–January 10, 2011

MoMA's New Photography 2010 presents four artists—Roe Ethridge, Elad Lassry, Alex Prager, and Amanda Ross-Ho—whose photographs, taken in the real world and made in the studio, mine the inexhaustible reservoir of images found in print media, television, and cinema.

Paul Winstanley at Contemporary Arts Forum
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Paul Winstanley at Contemporary Arts Forum

Santa Barbara, CaliforniaOctober 23 - December 19

Christopher Miner in TBA Festival Portland OR
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Christopher Miner in TBA Festival Portland OR

The Safest Place

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Christopher Miner in the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art's annual Time-Based Art Festival. TBA will feature Miner's video "The Safest Place" which charts a lone man rotating endlessly, floating in an undefined space ship-like interior. As he spins, the figure clasps his knees in perpetual fetal-positioned prayer. Lost in a space of contemplation, he becomes a kind of everyman who quietly reaches out to the great beyond. The music, recorded by Miner, is a reinvented southern spiritual whose song becomes incantation: No harm have I done on my knees When you see me on my knees Come here, Jesus, if you please. The searcher takes comfort in this act of petition, though his waiting, like the silence of the answer, is infinite. Opening reception Thursday September 9, 8-10pm THE WORKS at Washington High School 531 SE 14th Ave. Portland OR 97214 Gallery Hours Sept. 10 - Sept. 19 . Every Day, 12 - 6:30 pm Sept. 23 - Oct 17 . Thurs - Fri . 12 - 6:30 pm; Sat - Sun . 12 - 4 pm

ITEM in the New York Times
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ITEM in the New York Times

Varieties of Abstraction by Roberta Smith

August 5, 2010

August 5, 2010 Varieties of Abstraction By ROBERTA SMITH Happy birthday, abstract painting! One of the prides and joys of Western modernism is in the vicinity of its first centennial. It's hard to be much more exact, since its invention was a scattered effort extending over years if not decades.

Jessica Stockholder solo exhibition at Palacio de Cristal
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Jessica Stockholder solo exhibition at Palacio de Cristal

Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid

Jessica Stockholder Peer out to See July 14, 2010 – February, 2011 Parque del Buen Retiro, Palacio de Cristal

Jessica Stockholder's first museum exhibition in Spain will take open July 14 at the Palacio de Cristal of the Reina Sofia Museum.

Jack Tworkov
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Jack Tworkov

Against Extremes: Five Decades of Painting

JACK TWORKOV Against Extremes: Five Decades of Painting a major retrospective of the artist's most celebrated work July 9-August 22, 2010 opening reception: Friday, July 9, 8-10PM PROVINCETOWN ART ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM Provincetown, MA MUSEUM HOURS : 11 am to 8 pm, Monday through Thursday 11 am to 10 pm, Friday 11 am to 5 pm, Saturday and Sunday PAAM is located on the corners of Commercial and Bangs Streets in Provincetown's East End. Take Route 6 to the Provincetown Center exit. Turn left at light onto Conwell Street, then left at stop sign onto Bradford Street, 1/2 mile on right is Bang Street, right one block to Commercial. Parking is available in many private and municipal lots in Provincetown, and depending on the season, parking may be available on Commercial Street.

New York Gallery Week
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New York Gallery Week

May 7-10, 2010

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce its participation in New York Gallery Week, May 7-10, 2010. The gallery will feature the work of William Pope.L in conjunction with New York Gallery Week's events throughout the weekend.

Pope.L Cusp
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Pope.L Cusp

Performance

An endurance performance taking place Saturday afternoons throughout Pope.L's exhibition, landscape + object + animal.

Performance Times:
Saturday May 8 5:15pm 6:30pm
Sunday May 9 2pm 3:15pm 4:30pm
Monday May 10 2pm 3:15pm 4:30pm
Saturday May 15 2pm 3:15pm 4:30pm
Saturday May 22 3:15pm 4:30pm
Saturday May 29 2pm 3:15pm 4:30pm
Saturday June 5 2pm 3:15pm 4:30pm
Saturday June 12 2pm 3:15pm 4:30pm
Saturday June 19 2pm 3:15pm 4:30pm

Pope.L talk at the New School
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Pope.L talk at the New School

Monday April 19th

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Pope.L's participation in SCULPTURECENTER AT THE NEW SCHOOL Expanded, Exploded, Collapsed? Monday, April 19, 2010 – 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The New School, Theresa Lang Community and Student Center 55 West 13th Street, 2nd floor Admission: $8, free for all students as well as SculptureCenter members and New School faculty, staff, and alumni with ID.

ADAA Collector's Forum
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ADAA Collector's Forum

A Committed Vision

ADAA Collectors' Forum: A Committed Vision Collecting in the New Economy Saturday, March 6, 11:00 am The Park Avenue Armory The panel will focus on a variety of issues related to collecting art in different economic climates, and the vision and dedication that marks the best art collectors and collections.

Martin Kersels in the Whitney Biennial
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Martin Kersels in the Whitney Biennial

February 25 - May 30, 2010

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce that Martin Kersels is included in the 2010 Whitney Biennial. He has created a sculptural installation in the Lobby Gallery that also functions as a stage for curatorial programs involving artists, writers, musicians, choreographers, and DJs. Kersels will perform Friday April 2 at 7:30 pm as part of the Whitney's My Turn program in conjunction with the Biennial.

Amanda Ross-Ho at the MCA Chicago
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Amanda Ross-Ho at the MCA Chicago

February 6 - May 30, 2010

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Amanda Ross-Ho in Production Site: The Artist's Studio Inside-Out February 6 - May 30, 2010 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. The exhibition reflects and addresses the pivotal role of the studio in artists' practice while alluding to its enduring status in the popular imagination. The works that comprise Production Site include multi-channel video projections, photographic light-boxes and installations, and life-sized fabrications of artists' studios -- real and imagined -- that either extol the virtues of the studio or problematize the preconceived and often highly romanticized notions associated with it. The exhibition provides the viewer with an unprecedented and illuminating look at how some of the most compelling artists of our time have demystified, remystified, and reconsidered this site within the physical and conjectured space of the work of art.

Mira Schor reads The Extreme of the Middle
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Mira Schor reads The Extreme of the Middle

Writings of Jack Tworkov

BOOK READING THE EXTREME OF THE MIDDLE WRITINGS OF JACK TWORKOV Friday, February 5th at 5pm Mitchell-Innes & Nash Chelsea 534 West 26th Street, New York, NY 10001

Pope.L in the DeCordova Biennial
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Pope.L in the DeCordova Biennial

January 23 - April 11, 2010

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Pope.L in the DeCordova Biennial. The 2010 DeCordova Biennial exhibition is the newest iteration in DeCordova's long history of showcasing contemporary art in New England. The museum is located at 51 Sandy Pond Rd, Lincoln, MA and is open Tuesday-Sunday from 10-5 and select holidays. Please call 781 259-8355 for more information.

Amanda Ross-Ho at the Pomona College Museum of Art
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Amanda Ross-Ho at the Pomona College Museum of Art

Project Series 40: January 23 – April 11, 2010

"Project Series 40: Amanda Ross-Ho The Cheshire Cat Principle" will be on view January 23 through April 11, 2010, at the Pomona College Museum of Art in Claremont, CA. An opening reception will be held at the Museum on Saturday, January 23 from 4-6 p.m. Amanda Ross-Ho will present a public lecture about her work on Tuesday, March 2 at 10:30 a.m. in the Museum.

Chris Martin at the Nerman Museum
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Chris Martin at the Nerman Museum

November 20, 2009 - January 31, 2010

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Chris Martin in "Aberrant Abstraction" at the Nerman Museum in Kansas City, Kansas.

Jessica Stockholder at Carreras Mugica
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Jessica Stockholder at Carreras Mugica

December 15 - February 26, 2010

Mitchell-Innes & nash is pleased to announce Jessica Stockholder's installation "Air Padded Table Haunches, and..." at Carreras Mugica

Martin Kersels announced for 2010, Whitney Biennial
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Martin Kersels announced for 2010, Whitney Biennial

Opening February 25, 2010

Pope.L's Black Factory at ABMB
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Pope.L's Black Factory at ABMB

December 3-6 at the Botanical Gardens

"The Black Factory does not make blackness, it performs blackness. Sometimes the performance is a conversation, sometimes a provocation, sometimes its a commodity, sometimes its losing your commodities and sleeping at the shelter, sometimes its working in the soup kitchen of that shelter, sometimes the performance of blackness is simply an idea bearing on some distant resemblance from which I will always say: From here I dare to begin."
- Pope.L

Jessica Stockholder at the Denver Art Museum
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Jessica Stockholder at the Denver Art Museum

On view through April 4, 2010

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Jessica Stockholder in Embrace! at the Denver Art Museum, on view through April 4, 2010. Stockholder's installation "Wide Eyes Smeared Here Dear " is on view within the architecture of the Frederic C. Hamilton building.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash at FIAC, Paris
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash at FIAC, Paris

October 22 - 25, 2009

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce its participation in FIAC 2009 at the Grand Palais Booth No. A36. On view: Pierre Alechinsky Jean Arp Anthony Caro Allan D'Arcangelo Jean Dubuffet Axel Geis Alberto Giacometti Albert Gleizes Jack Goldstein Julio Gonzalez Leon Kossoff Justine Kurland Roy Lichtenstein Chris Martin Henri Matisse Henry Moore Enoc Perez Odilon Redon Martha Rosler Mark Rothko Georges Rouault Egon Schiele Norbert Schwontowski George Segal Nicolas de Stael Jessica Stockholder Pavel Tchelitchew Jack Tworkov Andy Warhol Paul Winstanley

ADAA Collectors' Forum: October 3
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ADAA Collectors' Forum: October 3

The Informed Eye: An Expert Look at Print Collecting

Saturday 3 October; 10:30 am The Morgan Library & Museum 225 Madison Avenue, NYC Produced in cooperation with the International Fine Print Dealers Association, the forum will explore the criteria used to look at and purchase prints as a genre of collecting.

Martha Rosler in the ICP Triennial
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Martha Rosler in the ICP Triennial

October 2, 2009–January 17, 2010

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Martha Rosler in Dress Codes, the third ICP Triennial exhibition.

Jack Goldstein at MMK Frankfurt
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Jack Goldstein at MMK Frankfurt

October 3, 2009 - January 10, 2010

"Art should be a trailer for the future"
- Jack Goldstein

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Jack Goldstein at MMK Frankfurt. The exhibition is the first one in a new series, which focuses on comprehensive retrospectives devoted to selected artists of the MMK's collection.

Pope.L Reinvents Allan Kaprow's Yard
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Pope.L Reinvents Allan Kaprow's Yard

Opening September 23 at Hauser and Wirth New York

September 23 – October 24, 2009 Opening: Wednesday, September 23, 6 – 8 pm Hauser & Wirth New York 32 East 69th Street New York NY 10021

Alexander Liberman at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation
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Alexander Liberman at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation

Currently on view

Alexander Liberman's monumental sculpture, Castle, is now on view at the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation in Westchester, New York. Ward Pound Ridge Reservation Route 35 & 121 South Cross River, NY (914) 864-7317

Jack Tworkov at UBS
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Jack Tworkov at UBS

August 13 – November 13, 2009

JACK TWORKOV: AGAINST EXTREMES, Five Decades of Painting On view at The UBS Art Gallery, August 13 – October 27, 2009

Amanda Ross-Ho at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco
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Amanda Ross-Ho at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco

July 18 - October 25, 2009

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Amanda Ross-Ho's participation in Wallworks at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Wallworks is the highly anticipated curatorial debut of Betti-Sue Hertz, YBCA's newly appointed Director of Visual Arts.

Justine Kurland at CEPA Gallery in Buffalo
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Justine Kurland at CEPA Gallery in Buffalo

June 27 - August 22, 2009

Photographs : photographs by Justine Kurland CEPA Gallery 617 Main Street Buffalo, New York June 27 - August 22, 2009 New York City based Justine Kurland was born in Warsaw, NY, and is returning to her Western New York roots for her first exhibition in the region.

Jessica Stockholder in the New York Times
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Jessica Stockholder in the New York Times

Go Ahead, Play With (and on) the Art

June 14, 2009 Go Ahead, Play With (and on) the Art By CAROL KINO

Chris Martin and Amanda Ross-Ho at the Saatchi Gallery
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Chris Martin and Amanda Ross-Ho at the Saatchi Gallery

Abstract America: New Paintings and Sculpture

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Chris Martin and Amanda Ross-Ho in Abstract America at the Saatchi Gallery, May 29, 2009 - January 17, 2010. Thirty-five artists are in the exhibition, representing an exciting new generation of American painters and sculptors.

Leon Kossoff in ARTFORUM
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Leon Kossoff in ARTFORUM

Summer 2009

ARTFORUM Summer 2009 Leon Kossoff MITCHELL-INNES & NASH Leon Kossoff's painterliness invites us to scan the image of subconscious meaning—to play on Anton Ehrernzweig's idea of the way we approach what he calls "gestalt-free painting"—and the meaning we find involves what Freud called "primary process thinking," and traces of what D.W. Winnicott, elaborating and deepening Freud's idea, called "primary creativity," by which he meant the spontaneity innate to us all yet often stifled or channeled into trivial pursuits by society.

Jessica Stockholder at Madison Square Park
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Jessica Stockholder at Madison Square Park

Flooded Chambers Maid

May 1 - August 15, 2009

JESSICA STOCKHOLDER

FLOODED CHAMBERS MAID

MAY 1 - AUGUST 15, 2009 The Madison Square Park Conservancy continues its 2009 season of Mad. Sq. Art with Flooded Chambers Maid, a site-specific multimedia installation on and around Madison Square Park's Oval Lawn by genre-bending sculptor, painter and installation artist Jessica Stockholder.

Roy Lichtenstein at the Katonah Museum of Art
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Roy Lichtenstein at the Katonah Museum of Art

March 29 - June 28, 2009

This exhibition of 65 works on paper and board examines Roy Lichtenstein's creative process and artistic evolution during the 1980s and 90s. Drawings, collages, and sketchbooks are on view, offering some of the best clues to Lichtenstein's thoughts and working methods. Almost every drawing served as a study for a future painting, print, or sculpture.

Chris Martin at ACME Los Angeles
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Chris Martin at ACME Los Angeles

March 21 - April 19, 2009

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Chris Martin in The Ballad that Becomes an Anthem, curated by Stephen Westfall at ACME Los Angeles. The exhibition will run from through April 19, 2009 and features works by Mary Heilmann, Chris Martin, Rebecca Morris, Amy Sillman, Mary Weatherford, and Stephen Westfall.

Justine Kurland at MoMA
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Justine Kurland at MoMA

March 29 - June 8, 2009

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Justine Kurland in Into the Sunset, opening March 29th at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Into the Sunset brings together over 120 photographs made by a variety of photographers.

The Armory Show 2009
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The Armory Show 2009

March 5-8, 2009

Featuring works by: Allan D'Arcangelo Natalie Frank Axel Geis Justine Kurland Chris Martin Christopher Miner Enoc Perez William Pope.L Martha Rosler Amanda Ross-Ho Norbert Schwontkowski Jessica Stockholder Paul Winstanley

Pope.L at the Carpenter Center
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Pope.L at the Carpenter Center

February 19 - April 5, 2009

Performance by the Corbu Pop Singers and reception Thursday, February 19 following the 6 pm Carpenter Center Lecture by Pope.L

Enoc Perez at Mills College Art Museum
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Enoc Perez at Mills College Art Museum

Painting the Glass House: Artists Revisit Modern Architecture

Works by Enoc Perez will be featured in a group show with works by Alexander Apostol, Daniel Arsham, Gordon, Cheung, David Claerbout, Angela Dufresne, Mark Dziewulski, Christine Erhard, Cyprien Gaillard, Terence Gower, Angelina Gualdoni, Natasha Kissell, Luisa Lambri, Dorit Margreiter, Russell Nachman, and Lucy Williams. The exhibition runs January 21 - March 22nd.

Martha Rosler at Centro José Guerrero
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Martha Rosler at Centro José Guerrero

January 29 - March 12

Mitchell-Innes is pleased to announce a survey of photographic and video works by Martha Rosler at Centro José Guerrero in Granada. The exhibition is curated by Juan Vicente Aliaga.

Pope.L at the Rubell Collection
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Pope.L at the Rubell Collection

December 3 - November 28, 2009

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce the participation of Pope.L in the exhibition, "30 Americans," at the Rubell Family Collection. December 3, 2008 – November 28, 2009 Rubell Family Collection 95 NW 29th Street Miami, Florida 33127 Phone: (305) 573-6090 

Open to the public: December 3, 2008 – May 30, 2009 Wednesday through Saturday 10 AM – 6 PM Art Basel 2008 Hours: December 3, 9 AM – 6 PM December 4, 8 AM – 6 PM December 5 – 9, 9 AM – 6 PM

Amanda Ross-Ho at the Station
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Amanda Ross-Ho at the Station

Opening December 2nd

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce the participation of Amanda Ross-Ho in the exhibition co-curated by Shamim M. Momin (Co-Curator of the 2004 and 2008 Whitney Biennials) and New York-based artist and curator Nate Lowman at the Station, Miami. The Station's artworks include commissioned, site-specific installations, new works, and borrowed works, set within the massive 12,000 square foot space. The Station 2008 will take place from December 3rd through 7th at Midblock East in the Midtown Miami District, 3250 NE 1st Avenue/Midtown Boulevard, Miami, FL 33137. The exhibition will be open during the hours of 12pm – 9pm. There will be a musical performance featuring Lansing-Dreiden and New Humans on the evening of Thursday, December 4th, from 9pm – 1am.

Martha Rosler Wins USA Visual Artist Fellowship
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Martha Rosler Wins USA Visual Artist Fellowship

2008

Martha Rosler has been awarded the prestigious 2008 USA Visual Artist Fellowship Grant.

Amanda Ross-Ho: 2008 California Biennial
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Amanda Ross-Ho: 2008 California Biennial

October 26, 2008 - March 15, 2009

2008 California Biennial Newport Beach and Orange Lounge, South Coast Plaza

The 2008 California Biennial continues the Orange County Museum of Art's four-decade long history of presenting new developments in California art. This year's biennial is guest-curated by Lauri Firstenberg, founder and director/curator of LAXART in Los Angeles.

Pope.L: Animal Nationalism
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Pope.L: Animal Nationalism

Grand Arts Kansas City September 5 - October 18

Animal Nationalism is comprised of two works: "Trinket," a large-scale, publicly accessible installation at the Exhibition Hall at the Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City Convention Center, and a video and performance piece called "Small Cup" at Grand Arts.

Anthony Caro at Eglise Saint-Jean de Baptiste of Bourbourg
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Anthony Caro at Eglise Saint-Jean de Baptiste of Bourbourg

Opening October 11, 2008

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce the public commission by Sir Anthony Caro at the Eglise Saint-Jean de Baptiste of Bourbourg and a major retrospective of the Artist's work in France presented simultaneously at the museums of Calais, Dunkirk and Gravelines. Eglise Saint-Jean Baptiste de Bourbourg Chapel of Light/ Chœur de lumière

Martha Rosler Book Launch
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Martha Rosler Book Launch

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Martha Rosler Service: A Trilogy on Colonization Martha Rosler Library Launch of Two Martha Rosler books, with Printed Matter and e-flux Saturday, September 13, 2008, 5:00 – 7:00 PM Printed Matter is pleased to announce the launch of two Martha Rosler publications: Printed Matter's facsimile edition of Service: A Trilogy on Colonization and e-flux's Martha Rosler Library.

Martha Rosler at the Bronx Museum
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Martha Rosler at the Bronx Museum

September 14, 2008 – January 25, 2009

Organized by guest curator Lydia Yee, Street Art, Street Life examines the street as subject matter, venue, and source of inspiration for artists and photographers from the late 1950s to the present. This far ranging exhibition, one of the largest to consider the subject, includes street photography; documentation of performance, events, and artworks presented in the street; works using material from the street; and examples of street culture by more than thirty artists.

Martha Rosler at Portikus
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Martha Rosler at Portikus

July 12 - September 14, 2008

Martha Rosler location, location, location Portikus Alte Brücke 2 / Maininsel D-60594 Frankfurt am
Main Opening: July 11, 2008, 8 pm
Lecture: July 11, 2008, 6.30 pm
Exhibition on view: July 12 - September 14, 2008
Press conversation: July 11, 2008, 11 am

Enoc Perez at Collezione Maramotti
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Enoc Perez at Collezione Maramotti

Opening June 6

A commission of two monumental-sized paintings of Casa Malaparte, a famous architectural landmark on Punta Massullo, on the eastern side of the Isle of Capri. The paintings were commissioned by the Collezione Maramotti, a public collection in Reggio Emilia, Italy. The paintings will be on view as of June 6 in a dedicated room at the collection. A small publication will accompany the exhibition.

Martha Rosler at the Institut d'art contemporain
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Martha Rosler at the Institut d'art contemporain

May 16 - September 21, 2008

Ambition d'art Alighiero Boetti, Daniel Buren, Jordi Colomer, Tony Cragg, Luciano Fabro, Yona Friedman, Anish Kapoor, On Kawara, Martha Rosler, Jeff Wall, Lawrence Weiner Exhibition from May 16th to September 21st 2008 Curator: Jean Louis Maubant 

Martha Rosler at the Jewish Museum
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Martha Rosler at the Jewish Museum

May 4, 2008 - September 21, 2008

Action/Abstraction: Pollock, de Kooning, and American Art, 1940-1976 May 04, 2008 - September 21, 2008

In Action/Abstraction: Pollock, de Kooning, and American Art, 1940-1976, the first major U.S. exhibition in 20 years to rethink Abstract Expressionism and the movements that followed, over fifty key works by 32 artists – among them Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Mark Rothko – will be viewed from the perspectives of influential, rival art critics Clement Greenberg and Harold Rosenberg, the artists, and popular culture.

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Martha Rosler Library in Liverpool

April 12 - June 14, 2008

Martha Rosler Library April 12 - June 14, 2008 Site Liverpool John Moores University School of Art and Design 68 Hope Street Liverpool L19EB Opening hours: Mon - Sat 11-6 pm Site is pleased to announce the opening of Martha Rosler Library on Friday, April 11, 2008 at 6pm.

Paul Winstanley at ARTSPACE New Zealand
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Paul Winstanley at ARTSPACE New Zealand

April 26 - May 31

Paul Winstanley Paintings 1989–2007 Exhibition dates: 26 April – 31 May 2008 Opening reception: Friday 25 April 6pm ARTSPACE is proud to present the first survey exhibition of the work of British artist Paul Winstanley. The exhibition includes a group of paintings from a recent Red Mansion Foundation exchange programme in China and a selection of paintings from 1989-2007.

Christopher Miner at IFC Film Center
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Christopher Miner at IFC Film Center

April

New York Underground Film Festival Shorts: Christopher Miner "chats" with galpal Amy Grant.

Justine Kurland at the American Folk Art Museum
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Justine Kurland at the American Folk Art Museum

April 15 - September 21, 2008

Dargerism: Contemporary Artists and Henry Darger Featuring Amy Cutler, Henry Darger, Jefferson Friedman, Anthony Goicolea, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Yun-Fei Ji, Justine Kurland, Justin Lieberman, Robyn O'Neil, Grayson Perry, Paula Rego, and Michael St. John Brooke Davis Anderson, curator

Jack Tworkov at ACME Fine Arts
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Jack Tworkov at ACME Fine Arts

March 28 - May 3

ACME Fine Art is delighted to announce the Spring exhibition of important oil paintings by one of New York School's most distinguished practitioners, Jack Tworkov. The exhibition will feature paintings from the final 15 years of Tworkov's distinguished career. It will open with a reception from 6 to 8 on the evening of Friday, 28 March, and will be on view through Saturday, 3 May 2008.

The Armory Show
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The Armory Show

March 27 - 30, 2008

Featuring works by: Tjorg Douglas Beer Natalie Frank Axel Geis Jack Goldstein Justine Kurland Chris Martin Chris Miner Enoc Perez Martha Rosler Norbert Schwontkowski Jessica Stockholder

Natalie Frank at Rose Art Museum
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Natalie Frank at Rose Art Museum

January 24 - April 13

WALTHAM, Mass. – This winter, the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis will present more than 50 artists representing the extraordinary diversity of the Rose collection and emerging talents – several of whom will be exhibiting for the first time in a U.S. museum. In the Lois Foster Wing, critic/curator Dominique Nahas and artist Margaret Evangeline will curate "Empires and Environments," an exhibition featuring several works from the Rose collection exhibited with new work from emerging artists.

Martha Rosler at the New Museum
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Martha Rosler at the New Museum

January 16 - March 30, 2008

Collage: The Unmonunmental Picture and Art & Social Life; The Case of Video Art Screening "Unmonumental" expands on January 16, 2008 with the opening of "Collage: The Unmonumental Picture." Recent collages by eleven artists, including works made expressly for the exhibition, will be installed on the gallery walls surrounding the sculptures already on view.

The Art Show
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The Art Show

February 21-25, 2008

Arp Caro Cornell Degas Liberman Lichtenstein Maillol Moore Tworkov Warhol

Alberto Burri
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Alberto Burri

at De Pury & Luxembourg

Zurich, 15 February, following the Alberto Burri exhibition at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, de Pury & Luxembourg is proud to present the first solo show in Switzerland of Italian post-war artist Alberto Burri (1915-1995). For the first time in 26 years, De Pury & Luxembourg display the full cycle of 12 monumental Cellotex paintings that Alberto Burri was commissioned to produce in 1982 for an exhibition at the Palm Springs Desert Museum, California.

Roy Lichtenstein at Fairchild Garden
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Roy Lichtenstein at Fairchild Garden

December 8, 2007 - May 31, 2008

WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution at P.S.1
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WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution at P.S.1

February 17 - May 2008

A comprehensive survey examining the foundations and legacy of early feminist art (1965 to 1980) including works by Martha Rosler at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, Queens.

Art | Basel | Miami Beach
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Art | Basel | Miami Beach

December 6 - 9, 2007

Enoc Perez at MOCA Miami
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Enoc Perez at MOCA Miami

MOCA at Goldman Warehouse

December 6, 2007 - March 22, 2008

Over 40 major canvases from 2000 to the present will be the focus of this first major museum exhibition for this young artist.

Anthony Caro at Annely Juda Fine Art
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Anthony Caro at Annely Juda Fine Art

September 12 - October 27, 2007

Annely Juda Fine Art will be presenting the first exhibition of a series of new galvanized sculptures by Sir Anthony Caro. The exhibition will take place over two floors at Annely Juda Fine Art including the recently expanded third floor gallery space. It has been organized in collaboration with Mitchell-Innes & Nash's exhibition in the Chelsea gallery, from October 19 to November 21, 2007.

Art | 38 | Basel
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Art | 38 | Basel

June 13-17, 2007

At this year's Art Basel our booth will be divided into two groups: major modern masters of the Twentieth Century and a comprehensive selection from our contemporary program. 

Martha Rosler in Skulptur Projekte Munster
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Martha Rosler in Skulptur Projekte Munster

June 17 - September 30, 2007

Martha Rosler in Documenta 12
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Martha Rosler in Documenta 12

June 16 - September 23, 2007

ADAA Collectors' Forum
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ADAA Collectors' Forum

May 24, 2007

The Art Show Phenomenon: How the Art Market's Hottest Trend is Shaping the Cultural Landscape PANELISTS Andrew Fabricant Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago and New York Carla Chammas CRG Gallery, New York Lawrence Luhring Luhring Augustine, New York Lucy Mitchell-Innes Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York MODERATOR Allan Schwatrzman, art advisor and writer LOCATION Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Chelsea 534 West 26th Street Sponsorship provided by Lehman Brothers

Stockholder at Vancouver Art Gallery
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Stockholder at Vancouver Art Gallery

"Paint", September 30 - February 25, 2007

In the current climate of increasingly sophisticated imaging technologies, hyper-mediation and virtual realities, artists are reconsidering notions of the picture as a vital interface with a changing world. In Vancouver and elsewhere, recent years have been marked by a vigorous, renewed interest in painting. In Paint, guest curator Neil Campbell, a leading Vancouver artist and an influential teacher of painting at local institutions, brings together an exhibition that investigates emerging practices and their precedents.

The Armory Show
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The Armory Show

February 23-26, 2007

ARTISTS Tjorg Douglas Beer Anthony Caro Natalie Frank David Godbold Chris Martin Enoc Perez Martha Rosler Jessica Stockholder Veron Urdarianu Paul Winstanley

Art | Basel | Miami Beach
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Art | Basel | Miami Beach

December 7-10, 2006

ARTISTS Tjorg Douglas Beer Natalie Frank Jack Goldstein Henning Kles Justine Kurland Alexander Liberman Roy Lichtenstein Chris Miner Enoc Perez Martha Rosler Norbert Schwontkowski Jessica Stockholder Veron Urdarianu Paul Winstanley

Art | 37 | Basel
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Art | 37 | Basel

June 14 - 18, 2006

The Armory Show
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The Armory Show

March 10 - 13, 2006The International Fair of New ArtBooth 90-028

REPRESENTED ARTISTS Tjorg Douglas Beer Anthony Caro Jack Goldstein Bryan Hunt Leon Kossoff Justine Kurland Roy Lichtenstein Christopher Miner Enoc Perez Martha Rosler Jessica Stockholder

The Art Show
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The Art Show

Organized by the ADAA

February 23 - 27, 2006

Jessica Stockholder at P.S.1
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Jessica Stockholder at P.S.1

February 2 - May 1, 2006

EXHIBITION PRESS RELEASE JESSICA STOCKHOLDER: OF STANDING FLOAT ROOTS IN THIN AIR February 2, 2006 through May 1, 2006 P.S.1 Opening Day Celebration: February 26, 2006 from noon to 6 (Long Island City, New York – January 20, 2006) P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center is pleased to present a new solo project by Jessica Stockholder, her second presentation at the museum.

Art | Basel | Miami Beach
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Art | Basel | Miami Beach

December 1 - 4, 2005Booth F7

Chelsea Opening Night
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Chelsea Opening Night

Roy Lichtenstein: Conversations with Surrealism

New Chelsea Space Now Open
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New Chelsea Space Now Open

534 W 26th StreetLichtenstein

MITCHELL-INNES & NASH: TWO NEW YORK GALLERIES

Lichtenstein: Surrealism is the first exhibition in Mitchell-Innes & Nash Chelsea, a 3,500 square-foot space in the heart of Chelsea's gallery district.

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In the Company of Old Masters
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In the Company of Old Masters

Julian Schnabel, Tina Barney and Eve Sussman & the Rufus CorporationPresented by Colnaghi and Mitchell-Innes & Nash

We are pleased to collaborate with our colleagues at Colnaghi on this exhibition, "In the Company of Old Masters: Julian Schnabel, Tina Barney and Eve Sussman & the Rufus Corporation".