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March 2020

Adriana Marmorek | “Flower to Bee”

March 6 - October 31
Nohra Haime Gallery, 500 West 21st Street
New York, NY 10011 United States
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For her fourth solo exhibition, Flower to Bee, Adriana Marmorek presents us with the clues for deciphering the enigmas of love, sexuality and desire. Her decades long enquiry into what she herself has called the “architecture of desire” began with questions around media and how the female body is wielded as a sexualized marketing tool. This path led her to then wonder about love and loss, which in turn led to her current investigation into the nature of love and…

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April 2020

WashYourHands.art

April 1 - September 1

WashYourHands.art Online Exclusive Group Exhibition Presented by Woodward Gallery Opening April 1, 2020 Woodward Gallery asks Artists to respond to the COVID-19 crisis with artwork to address their feelings, concerns, hopes and reactions. We are reaching out to our global art community in order to stress the importance of remaining socially responsible— specifically, by keeping our hands clean. Woodward Gallery is launching the virtual exhibition, WashYourHands.art, that will be updated often with artistic contributions from all over the world. Please…

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May 2020

Giorgio Griffa: The 1990s

May 5 - August 21
Casey Kaplan, 121 W. 27th St
New York, NY 10001 United States
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Casey Kaplan is pleased to announce Giorgio Griffa: The 1990s, the artist’s fourth solo show with the gallery, from a series of exhibitions focusing on the artist’s practice by decade. While Casey Kaplan Gallery is temporarily closed to the public and open by appointment only, you can see more from Giorgio Griffa on our exhibition page. “I myself am but one instrument among others.” - Giorgio Griffa Image: Installation view, Giorgio Griffa: The 1990s, Casey Kaplan, New York, May 5…

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The Exhibition – Collect Wisely

May 29 - September 1
Sean Kelly, 475 Tenth Avenue
New York, NY 10018 United States
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The Exhibition - Collect Wisely, is a virtual presentation. Like the Collect Wisely podcasts, the exhibition exists outside the aegis of the gallery and the artists it represents. Instead, it is centered around artworks from the collections of our podcast participants, among them Marieluise Hessel Artzt, J. Tomilson Hill, Rodney Miller, Howard Rachofsky, Gary Yeh, and Tiffany Zabludowicz. The online exhibition includes images of work selected by each collector accompanied by comments explaining their choices. 

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June 2020

Work by Blue Mountain Gallery Artists During the Pandemic – Part I

June 1 - September 1

ESSENTIAL ART: WORK BY BLUE MOUNTAIN GALLERY ARTISTS DURING THE PANDEMIC - PART I   These artists have been personally affected by the COVID crisis in different ways – and their current creative work reflects that variety. Some are purposely making work countering a sense of chaos and isolation, some are addressing it directly or tangentially, some are focusing on long standing artistic concerns and practices and some are taking time to sort through studios and finding work that resonates…

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Virtual Exhibition | Howard Skrill: Monumental Follies

June 5 @ 8:00 am - August 31 @ 5:00 pm
Free

Featuring over thirty works by New York artist Howard Skrill (b. 1962), this exhibition explores the impact of public monuments, as well as their removal, and their absence. Howard Skrill is an artist and art professor at St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY and Essex College in Newark, NJ. He has exhibited extensively throughout New England, and his pictorial essays and other works have appeared in publications worldwide. In his drawings and paintings, Skrill documents figurative public statuary, surveys their destruction…

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Give Me Space: New Prints 2020/Summer

June 25 - September 19

Artist Chitra Ganesh selected Give Me Space, the latest presentation of IPCNY's long-standing New Prints Program, which supports artists from a wide range of backgrounds and reflects artistic production today and over the last year. We invite you to listen to (or read) Ganesh’s powerful statement on her selections and on the radical and unprecedented shifts of space—both physical and psychic—enacted in our current political moment of spiraling crises of public health and systemic racism. Ganesh selected 54 works from submissions by over 1,000 artists,…

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July 2020

Abigail Frankfurt | Absolutely Coo Coo

July 1 @ 10:00 am - August 31 @ 6:00 pm
Ricco/Maresca Gallery, 529 W 20th St, 3th Fl
New York, NY 10011 United States
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Abigail Frankfurt was born in New York in 1973. A self-taught artist, she utilizes visual and tactile free association to create powerful mixed media collages; unique “maquettes" that are ultimately translated into large scale photographic prints. A central concern in Frankfurt’s practice is the intersection of image and writing; the hybrid territory where both artforms meet. Hence, language is either embedded within her works or springs from them into adjacent prose poems. Link to Viewing Room here. Abigail Frankfurt You…

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Going to Sea

July 4 - August 14

An escape to the seaside signals the arrival of summer days and the restless yearning for adventure. The sea—at once a tranquil oasis and an unpredictable temptation—has had an eternal lure, drawing in swimmers, sailors and explorers with the smell of salty air, the feel of warm sand and the sound of crashing waves. For the arrival of this most unusual July—the seventh month of the year, named for the Roman general Julius Caesar—we feature seascapes in a range of…

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Work by Blue Mountain Gallery Artists during the Pandemic, Part II

July 10 - October 17

Essential Art: Work by Blue Mountain Gallery Artists during the Pandemic, Part II This exhibit of 12 artists expands up on the companion show, Part I. The artists have been personally affected by the COVID crisis in different ways – and their current creative work reflects that variety. Some are purposely making work countering a sense of chaos and isolation, some are addressing it directly or tangentially, some are focusing on long standing artistic concerns and practices and some are…

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