13 June 2017
"Black Pulp! and Woke!", curated by William Villalongo, reviewed in Creative Loafing by Caitlin Albritton on June 13, 2017.PDF
02 June 2017
Woke! : William Villalongo and Mark Thomas Gibson" at University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL, 2 June 2017 through 22 July 2017.
02 June 2017
"Black Pulp!", curated by William Villalongo and Mark Thomas Gibson, will travel to University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum from 2 June 2017 through 22 July 2017, in conjunction with "Woke!". The exhibition originated at Yale University's 32 Edgewood Avenue Gallery and traveled to the International Print Center New York, NYC.
14 April 2017
William Villalongo and Susan Inglett Gallery are proud to support 7-inches for Planned Parenthood. The project is made up of contributions from acclaimed creative minds, artists and musicians, who stand with Planned Parenthood and its patients. Vinyl with artwork will be released in batches digitally, and will be made available in its entirety as a box set. Each set will include a unique piece of artwork accompanying two of unique music, spoken word or comedy. Planned Parenthood will receive 100% of the proceeds from the sales and listens.
27 January 2017 - 19 March 2017
"Crossing the Line: Selections from the Grinnell College Art Collection," Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, IA
19 November 2016 - 16 January 2017
"November's Bone," at Halsey McKay Gallery, Hamptons, NY, on view through 16 January 2017.
1 October - 17 December 2016
"Black Pulp!", curated by William Villalongo and Mark Thomas Gibson, will continue to travel, having originated at Yale University's 32 Edgewood Avenue Gallery to the International Print Center New York, NYC. The exhibition has received reviews in the New York Times, Art in America, Hyperallergic, amongst others.
23 June 2016
"Disguise: Masks and Global African Art, Where Traditional Meets Avant-Garde," by Ken Johnson featuring William Villalongo in The New York Times, 23 June 2016PDF
Fountain Head Residency in Miami, FL, Summer 2016.
31 May 2016
"Masks as Muse: The Brooklyn Museum's Modern Discourse of African Art," by Constance Victory Small in After Nyne, 31 May 2016PDF