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31 March 2020 Allison Miller

Allison Miller was interviewed by Contemporary Art Review LA's editor-in-chief, Lindsay Preston Zappas, for the publication's new series, Art in Isolation.

30 March 2020 Alain Kirili

Congratulations to Alain Kirili for being presented with the insignia of Commander of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.

24 March 2020 Maren Hassinger

Maren Hassinger's installation, Untitled (1972/2020), was acquired by the Guggenheim Museum, NYC. The work will be part of their upcoming exhibition, Knotted, Torn, Scattered: Sculpture after Abstract Expressionism, curated by Lauren Hinkson.

20 March 2020 Maren Hassinger

Maren Hassinger's solo exhibition, Nature, Sweet Nature, opens on the roof garden of the Aspen Art Museum 20 March.

01 March 2020 Beverly Semmes

On 1 March from 12 to 3 PM, Beverly Semmes will be present in the Gallery's ADAA Art Show booth for the fair's Meet the Artists event. She will be signing free copies of her zine, Pinky.

27 February 2020 Beverly Semmes

The Gallery's ADAA Art Show booth, featuring Beverly Semmes' works on canvas, was included in the New York Times' ADAA overview, written by Martha Schwendener.

27 February 2020 Beverly Semmes

The Gallery is participating in this year's ADAA Art Show with a booth presentation of work by Beverly Semmes. Please visit us at Booth D18 to see new works on canvas from Semmes' Feminist Responsibility Project.

24 February 2020 Beverly Semmes

Our solo exhibition, Beverly Semmes: Red, was featured in artnet News' Editors' Picks this week. The show runs through 7 March.

18 February 2020 Maren Hassinger

Our upcoming solo exhibition with Maren Hassinger was included in Hyperallergic's Spring 2020 New York Art Guide. The exhibition in the Gallery opens 23 April.

18 February 2020 Maren Hassinger

Maren Hassinger's solo exhibition, Tree of Knowledge, at the Boca Raton Museum of Art was reviewed by Monica Uszerowicz in Hyperallergic.

14 February 2020 Beverly Semmes

On 14 February 2020 (Valentine’s Day), Joan Retallack will read bracingly improbable love poems at 5:30 PM in the Gallery. This event is in conjunction with our exhibition, Beverly Semmes: Red, open through 7 March. Please RSVP HERE.

07 February 2020 William Villalongo

William Villalongo's work, Vanitas (2017), is on view in the exhibition, Yesterday's Tomorrow: Selections from the Rose Collection, 1933-2018, at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. The exhibition is up through 13 September 2020.

01 February 2020 Robyn O'Neil

Robyn O'Neil's retrospective, WE, THE MASSES, at the Fort Worth Modern was reviewed by Megan N. Liberty in Hyperallergic.

29 January 2020 Allison Miller

Two works on paper by Allison Miller in the collection of the Neuberger Museum of Art are on display as part of their recent acquisitions exhibition. The show is up through 31 May 2020.

28 January 2020 Beverly Semmes

Beverly Semmes' sculpture, Cake, was acquired by the Nasher Sculpture Center through its Kaleta A. Doolin Acquisitions Fund for Women Artists.

25 January 2020 Allison Miller

Two works by Allison Miller— Spinning Table and Spinning Field— were acquired by the Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY.

17 January 2020 Wilmer Wilson IV

Wilmer Wilson IV is participating in the group exhibition, Haptic Feedback, curated by David Hartt, at Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin, opening 17 January 2020.

13 January 2020 Maren Hassinger

Maren Hassinger's installation, And a River Runs Through It, commissioned for the exhibition, Seeing Chicago, curated by Duro Olowu at the MCA Chicago, was discussed in a piece about the show in Vogue.

10 January 2020 Robyn O'Neil

Robyn O'Neil's solo exhibition The Tapestries opens 10 January 2020 at Western Exhibitions in Chicago. This is her first textiles show, and it runs through 22 February 2020.

01 January 2020 Maren Hassinger

Maren Hassinger's 1980 installation Leaning is discussed in Helen Molesworth's review of the new MoMA, printed in the January issue of Artforum.