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Raphaela Simon

05.11.24–06.22.24

Group show
IMAGE SEARCH
01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Michael Williams, Head, 2014. Inkjet on canvas. 96.5 x 77.5 inches (245.11 x 196.85 cm)

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Rita Ackermann and Harmony Korine, Trouble is Comin, 2010. Acrylic medium on vinyl. 117 x 60 inches (297.18 x 152.4 cm)

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John Stezaker, Shadow 12, 2014. Silkscreen. 68.4 x 57.5 inches (173.6 x 145.9 cm)

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Sigmar Polke, Untitled, 1999. Mixed media on paper. 78 3/4 x 59 inches (200 x 150 cm)

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Raphaela Simon, Umzug (Move), 2014. Oil on canvas. 69 x 69 x .7 inches (175 x 175 x 1.8 cm)

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Jörg Immendorff, Rühmen 1 (Picabia), 1990. Oil on canvas. 39 1/4 x 39 1/4 inches (100 x 100 cm)

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Francis Picabia, Masque, 1949. Oil on canvas. 23 1/2 x 28 3/4 inches (60 x 73 cm)

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Raphaela Simon, Kuppe (Knoll), 2014. Oil on canvas. 68.9 x 76.8 x .7 inches (175 x 195 x 1.8 cm)

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Rita Ackermann and Harmony Korine, Basement Children, 2013. Oil, enamel, acrylic, sand, spray paint on printed vinyl pasted on canvas. 90 x 60 x 3 inches (228.6 x 152.4 x 7.6 cm)

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Jörg Immendorff, Gestatten. Mein Name ist Geschichte!, 2005. Oil on canvas. 59 x 51 1/4 inches (150 x 130 cm)

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Installation view: IMAGE SEARCH. Francis Picabia, Sigmar Polke, Jörg Immendorff, Albert Oehlen, John Stezaker, Rita Ackermann/Harmony Korine, Michael Williams, Raphaela Simon; selected by Parinaz Mogadassi. 01.01.15 – 02.28.15

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Jörg Immendorff, Kurt Urlaut 1 – 4, 1991. Oil on canvas. 41 1/4 x 37 1/2 inches (105 x 95 cm)

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Exhibition information

In an age where we are increasingly inundated by images, where visual language is the primary language – what is required of a painter to make a compelling picture?

 

Moving beyond direct pictorial representation from life, painters may address the questions both of relevancy and poignancy, through a number of interrelated methods. They can introduce a remove by painting from a photographic source. They may collage various photographic sources together and paint from that. It could be that paint is collaged with photographs. The artist can extract from motion a moment of in-animation upon which paint is laid as a means of intervention. Some move toward a pure image by removing the hand from the surface of picture plane. Many use paint in illusionistic ways that suggest the feeling of space without articulating a defined object or setting.

 

This exhibition explores six generations of unorthodox, enticing image making by nine artists. It quietly traces the residue of influence each generation imparts onto the next.

 

Francis Picabia – Born in Paris, France in 1879 and dies in Paris, France in 1953. A seminal figure of twentieth century art, Francis Picabia consistently embraced diversity and change in a career that spanned over seven decades. Drawing from a variety of sources throughout his life, from early works inspired by the Dada movement to his kitsch portraits of women in the 1930’s and 40’s, Picabia intentionally escaped being identified as part of any one artistic trend of his time. His lifelong resistance to adhere to any one style or set of ideas in his art and his lifestyle was characteristic of his enthusiasm. It was this inimitable propensity to respond to change that secured his place as one of the most important artists of the twentieth century. A major retrospective of Picabia’s work will open in 2016 at Kunsthaus Zürich and travel to The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

 

Sigmar Polke – Born in Oels, Germany in 1941 and dies in Cologne, Germany in 2010. Studied at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. Always an experimental and prolific artist Polke has proved to be one of the most influential voices in contemporary art making.  Having founded Kapitalistischen Realismus, a painting movement with Gerhard Richter and Konrad Lueg (Fischer) in 1963, he worked primarily in painting and drawing throughout the 1960’s. He increasingly turned to photography and film in the following decade, experimenting as well with sculpture and performance, before gradually returning again to painting in the 1980’s. He participated multiple times in dOCUMENTA and the Venice Biennale and has been the subject of numerous major museum exhibitions worldwide. He was the recipient of several prestigious awards and honors including the Golden Lion 1986, the Erasmus Prize 1994, the Carnegie Prize 1995, Praemium Imperiale Prize for Painting 2002 and Roswitha Haftmann Prize 2010.  Recently, the Museum of Modern Art in New York presented “Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963-2010,” a retrospective exhibition surveying the artist’s works across all media from throughout his career, traveling to Tate Modern in London and the Ludwig in Cologne.

 

Jörg Immendorff – Born in Bleckede, Germany in 1945 and dies in Düsseldorf, Germany in 2007. In 1964, was admitted to the Joseph Beuys’s class at the Düsseldorf Academy of Art where he first conceived his “Lidl” artworks. In the 70’s, Immendorff befriends A.R. Penck and his artwork shifts to a more overtly political tone. For the next decade, Immendorff held visiting professorships at a number of prestigious institutions in Europe, and in 1989 he became professor at the Städelschule, Frankfurt. In 1996, Immendorff is invited back to the Düsseldorf Academy of Art as a professor, and two years later is awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.  Major exhibitions devoted to Immendorff have traveled throughout Europe, Asia and the United States. Important exhibitions include Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam (1992); Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City (1994); Kuntsmuseum, Bonn (1998); Kunsthalle Düsseldorf (1999); and Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin (2005). The major retrospective Jörg Immendorff: Long Live Painting! is currently on view at Szépmüvészeti Muzeum, Budapest.

 

Albert Oehlen  – Born 1954, Krefeld, Germany. Studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Kunst. From 2000-09 he was a professor of painting at the Kunstakademie, Düsseldorf. Recent solo exhibitions include Musée d’art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg (2002); “I know whom you showed last summer,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami (2005); “Réalité abstraite”, Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Paris (2009); “Albert Oehlen-Werke aus der Sammlung,” Räume für Kunst (2010); Carré d’Art-Musée d’art contemporain de Nimes (2011); and “Malerei”, Museum Moderner Kunst, Vienna (2013). His work was also included in the 2013 Venice Biennale. A solo exhibition of his work will open at the New Museum in New York in 2015.

 

John Stezaker – Born 1949 in Worcester, England. Stezaker has been exhibiting since 1969. An overview of his work was presented at the Whitchapel Gallery, London, in 2011, traveling travel to Musée d’Art Moderne- Grand Duc Jean (Mudam), Luxembourg, and the Kemper Museum, Washington University St. Louis, St. Louis. His works are in numerous public collections including of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Tate Collection, London, and Los Angeles County Museum of Art. He was the recipient of Deutsche Börse Prize for Photography in 2012.  Stezaker lives and works in London, England.

 

Rita Ackermann – Born in 1968 in Budapest, Hungary. From 1989 – 1992 Ackermann studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest then in 1992 she moved to New York to study at The New York Studio School of Painting, Drawing and Sculpture (Hanes Foundation), where she currently lives and works. Ackermann’s selected solo exhibitions include “Meditation on Violence”, presented at Sammlung Friedrichshof, Burgenland, Austria (2014); “Negative Muscle”, Hauser & Wirth, New York NY (2013); “Rita Ackermann” at Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami FL (2012); “Bakos”, Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary (2011); “Rita Ackermann and Harmony Korine: Shadow Fux”, Swiss Institute, New York, NY (2010); “Last Exit to Poitiers”, Le Confort Moderne, Poitiers, France (2010); and “Marfa / Crash”, The Chinati Foundation, Marfa TX (2009) Ackermann has widely participated in group exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe including “Extreme Drawing: Ballpoint Pen Drawing Since 1950”, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield CT (2013); “Looking at Music: 3.0”, Museum of Modern Art, New York NY (2011); ‘“Tableaux”, Le Magasin, Grenoble, France (2011); “Street and Studio”, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria (2010); “Second Thoughts”, “Whitney Biennial”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York NY (2008); Hessel Museum of Art, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College Annandale-on-Hudson NY (2008); “Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago IL (2007)/ In 2011, her monograph ‘Rita Ackermann’ (New York: Skira Rizzoli) was published. Selected public collections include Museum the Domein, Sittard, The Netherlands; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; The Zabludowicz Collection, London; Marieluise Hessel Foundation, Bard College, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami; Sammlung Hauser & Wirth, Henau, Switzerland; and Denver Art Museum, Logan Collection, Denver.

 

Harmony Korine – Harmony Korine was born in Bolinas, California in 1973. His films include Kids (1995, written by Korine, directed by Larry Clark); Gummo (1997); Julien Donkey-Boy (1999); Ken Park (2002, written by Korine, directed by Larry Clark and Ed Lachman); Mister Lonely (2007, written by Korine, co-directed with Avi Korine); Trash Humpers (2009); and Spring Breakers (2012). Solo and two-person exhibitions of his films, photographs, and paintings include; Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium (2000); “Harmony Korine-pigxote”, Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, Nashville, TN (2009); and “Rita Ackermann and Harmony Korine: Shadow Fux”, Swiss Institute, New York (2010-2011). His work was included in “Présumés Innocents, l’art contemporain et l’enfance”, CAPC Musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux (2001); “Beautiful Losers”, Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center (2004); “SONIC YOUTH etc.: SENSATIONAL FIX”, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf (2009); and “Altars of Madness”, Casino Luxembourg Forum d’art contemporain (2013). Korine’s novel, A Crack Up at the Race Riots, was published by Mainstreet/Doubleday in 1998. Pass the Bitch Chicken: Christopher Wool & Harmony Korine, a book of collaborative images, was released by Holzwarth Publications in 2002. His work was included in the 50th Venice Biennale (2003). Korine lives and works in Nashville, Tennessee.

 

Michael Williams  – Born in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA in 1978. Works by Michael Williams are included in the current exhibition, “The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World”, at the  Museum of Modern Art, New York NY. Recent exhibitions include solo showings at Michael Werner, London (2014); Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich (2014); CANADA, New York, New York (2013). Recent groups shows include “Comic Future”, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus (2014); and “Imaginary Portraits: Prince Igor”, Gallery Met at The Metropolitan Opera, New York (2014). A solo exhibition of his work will open at Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal in 2015. Williams currently lives and works in New York.

 

Raphaela Simon – Born 1986 in Villingen, Germany. Education 2009 – 2014 Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Class Prof. Peter Doig, 2013; Akademie der Bildenden Künste München, Class Prof. Günther Förg. Recent solo shows include “Time after Time”, Tom Dick or Harry, Düsseldorf (2014). Recent group shows include “lady work work”, Tramps, London (2014); “Jenseits der Bühne”, Klasse Peter Doig, Canongate Venture, Edinburgh (2013). Raphaela Simon lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Past exhibitions

Gerhard Richter
Overpainted Photographs
03.21.15 – 04.18.15

Ryan Foerster
Ryan Foerster
03.21.15 – 04.18.15

Current

Raphaela Simon
Echo
05.11.24 – 06.22.24

Luz Carabaño
Viewing room: deliniaciones
06.04.24 – 06.22.24

2024

Group show
Lavinia
03.30.24 – 05.04.24

D’Ette Nogle
MATERIALOUTPOST: IN-COUNTRY
02.23.24 – 02.24.24

Kate Mosher Hall
Never Odd or Even
02.17.24 – 03.23.24

2023

Rosemary Mayer
Noon Has No Shadows
11.12.23 – 12.23.23

Monica Majoli
Space of the Line: Ben, Rameses, Tom
09.12.23 – 10.14.23

Luz Carabaño
encuentros

09.09.23 – 10.21.23

Dominique Knowles
My Beloved
06.03.23 08.05.23

Olga Balema
Loon

04.08.23 05.20.23

Darrel Ellis
Darrel Ellis
01.28.23 03.18.23

2022

Elaine Cameron-Weir
Exploded View / Dressing for Windows
11.12.22 – 01.14.23

Sarah Pucci and Dorothy Iannone
Organized by Scott Portnoy
09.10.22 – 10.22.22

Group show
Sweet Days of Discipline
07.16.22 – 08.20.22

Ann Craven
Flowers (Watercolors)
06.04.22 – 07.09.22

Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo)
04.16.22 – 05.21.22

Rochelle Feinstein
You Again
02.12.22 – 03.26.22

2021

Raphaela Simon
Steine
12.11.21 – 01.29.22

Anita Steckel
Anita Steckel
09.11.21 – 11.13.21

Tony Cokes
Evil.80 Empathy?
06.28.21 – 08.1.21

Talia Chetrit
DICKERING
06.19.21 – 08.14.21

Kate Mosher Hall
Without a body, without Bill
02.20.21 – 04.24.21

2020

Alvin Baltrop
Alvin Baltrop
11.21.20 – 01.23.21

Hardy Hill
The Easy Yoke
02.28.20 – 04.11.20

Barbara Kasten
Chroma
02.11.20 – 04.04.20

2019

Group show
California Winter
11.08.19 – 12.21.19

Tony Cokes
Della’s House
02.12.19 – 03.22.19

D’Ette Nogle
D’Ette Nogle, 2019
01.29.19 – 04.27.19

2018

Adam Linder
FOOTNOTE SERVICE: SOME TRADE
04.28.18 – 04.29.18

Group show
Gallery Share
03.04.18 – 03.31.18

D’Ette Nogle
Wardrobe Selections for Gallery (2013-2018)
03.04.18 – 03.31.18

2017

Andy Robert
LAKOU: One, Two, Fifth
12.15.17 – 02.28.18

Elaine Cameron-Weir
wave form walks the earth
09.17.17 – 11.22.17

Rey Akdogan
Rey Akdogan
07.08.17 – 08.26.17

Joe Zorrilla
Condo New York
06.29.17 – 07.28.17

TOUCHPIECE
Curated by Justin Beal
05.21.17 – 06.24.17

Ryan Mrozowski
Ryan Mrozowski
03.18.17 – 04.29.17

Olga Balema
On The Brink Of My Sexy Apocalypse
01.25.17 – 03.11.17

2016

Paul Thek,
Paul Thek
11.12.16 – 01.07.17

Sam Falls
Sam Falls
09.16.16 – 10.29.16

Barbara Kasten
“I want the eyes to open” – Josef Albers
07.23.16 – 09.10.16

A Change of Heart
Curated by Chris Sharp
06.04.16 – 07.16.16

Ben Schumacher
Motor Earth
04.02.16 – 05.21.16

Raphaela Simon
Tischlein deck dich
04.02.16 – 05.21.16

Isabelle Cornaro
Isabelle Cornaro
01.23.16 – 03.19.16

2015

Group Show
D.B., S.L., W.P., C.R., P.R., J.Z.
11.21.15 – 01.16.16

John Finneran
Dreamers at the Gates of Where Dreamers Are
09.19.15 – 10.31.15

Margaret Lee and Emily Sundblad
You Can Teach an Old Zebra New Tricks
08.07.15 – 09.12.15

Joe Zorrilla
Joe Zorrilla
05.02.15 – 07.03.15

Gerhard Richter
Overpainted Photographs
03.21.15 – 04.18.15

Ryan Foerster
Ryan Foerster
03.21.15 – 04.18.15

Group show
IMAGE SEARCH
01.01.15 – 02.28.15

2014

Ann Craven
Ann Craven
11.15.14 – 12.20.14

Sam Falls
Sam Falls
09.05.14 – 10.25.14

Matt Sheridan Smith
Matt Sheridan Smith
07.12.14 – 08.23.14

Joe Zorrilla
Joe Zorrilla
06.06.14

Isabelle Cornaro
Isabelle Cornaro
03.04.14 – 04.19.14

Rey Akdogan
Rey Akdogan

05.03.14 – 06.21.14

Group show
The Body Issue
01.11.14 – 02.15.14

2013

Jörg Immendorff
Jörg Immendorff
10.04.23 – 12.07.13

Group show
S.F., J.K., M.S.S, J.Z.
07.23.13 – 09.21.13

Mira Schendel
Mira Schendel
05.21.13 – 07.13.13

2024

Tony Cokes at NOW INSTANT IMAGE HALL
06.13.2024
Maren Karlson in FAD Magazine
06.11.2024
Talia Chetrit at Paula Cooper Gallery
05.30.2024 – 07.12.2024
Olga Balema and Rochelle Feinstein at Galerie Francesca Pia
06.07.2024 – 08.23.2024
Andy Robert at MoMA
05.14.2024
Raphaela Simon in Cultured Mag
05.13.2024
Elaine Cameron-Weir in Artforum
05.01.2024
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in 032c
04.30.2024
Ann Craven in Frieze
04.24.2024
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in Artforum
04.24.2024
Kate Mosher Hall in ArtReview
04.15.2024
Tony Cokes and Rochelle Feinstein at Kunsthaus Baselland
04.13.2024 – 08.18.2024
Dominique Knowles at Klima Biennale Wien
04.06.2024 – 07.14.2024
Hannah Hoffman in ARTNews
04.03.2024
Elaine Cameron-Weir in Frieze
04.03.2024
Monica Majoli in Contemporary Art Quarterly Archive
04.03.2024
Hannah Hoffman in The Art Newspaper
04.01.2024
Hannah Hoffman in Whitewall
04.01.2024
Elaine Cameron-Weir in The Brooklyn Rail
04.01.2024
Kate Mosher Hall, Juliana Halpert and Olivia Mole in Conversation
03.23.2024
Kate Mosher Hall in Mousse
03.18.2024
Olga Balema at Hessel Museum of Art
04.06.2024 – 06.26.2024
Kate Mosher Hall in Autre
03.15.2024
Olga Balema at Cooper Brovenick
03.15.2024 – 03.23.2024
Dominique Knowles at David Peter Francis
03.14.2024 – 04.20.2024
Kate Mosher Hall in Carla
03.13.2024
Ann Craven at Phillida Reid
03.09.2024 – 04.13.2024
Maren Karlson in Flaunt
03.09.2024
Elaine Cameron-Weir in Ocula
03.07.2024
D'Ette Nogle in Interview Magazine
03.07.2024
Elaine Cameron-Weir at Lisson gallery
03.07.2024 – 04.13.2024
Ann Craven in Artlyst
03.04.2024
Kate Mosher Hall in Frieze Magazine
02.29.2024
Olga Balema at Woonhuis de Ateliers
02.29.2024 – 04.20.2024
Hannah Hoffman in ARTnews
02.27.2024
Tony Cokes at Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum
02.23.2024 – 07.29.2024
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in Family Style
02.22.2024
Hannah Hoffman in ARTnews
02.22.2024
Raphaela Simon at Oldenburger Kunstverein
02.19.2024 – 04.21.2024
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in Frieze
02.16.2024
Elaine Cameron-Weir in artnet
02.14.2024
Tony Cokes at MUDAM
02.09.2024 – 09.08.2024
Ann Craven in Santa Barbara Independent
02.05.2024
Tony Cokes in Hyperallergic
01.31.2024
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in MOMUS
01.19.2024
Tony Cokes in e-Flux
01.17.2024
Olga Balema in the New York Times
01.04.2024
Kate Mosher Hall in Frieze
01.03.2024
Rosemary Mayer in Artillery Magazine
01.02.2024

2023

Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in CURA
12.23.2023
Elaine Cameron-Weir in Artnet
12.22.2023
Rosemary Mayer in LA Review of Book
12.18.2023
Ann Craven in the Brooklyn Rail
12.14.2023
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in BOMB Magazine
12.14.2023
Olga Balema in the New York Times
12.13.2023
Barbara Kasten in Artnews
12.13.2023
Darrel Ellis in the New York Times
12.13.2023
Rosemary Mayer in Frieze
12.07.2023
Rosemary Mayer in Mousse
12.06.2023
Monica Majoli in Artforum
11.30.2023
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in FAD Magazine
11.28.2023
Dominique Knowles in Cultured
11.27.2023
Tony Cokes at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
11.23.2024 – 04.01.2024
Rosemary Mayer in LA Downtown News
11.20.2023
Rosemary Mayer in Insider
11.20.2023
Tony Cokes in E-Flux
11.20.2023
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in Cultured
11.17.2023
Rosemary Mayer in Hyperallergic
11.02.2023
Tony Cokes in The Brooklyn Rail
11.01.2023
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in Numero
10.20.2023
Darrel Ellis in OnMilwaukee
10.19.2023
Luz Carabaño in Hyperallergic
10.09.2023
Kate Mosher Hall in Artforum
10.05.2023
Tony Cokes at Moderna Museet
09.30.2023 – 09.22.2024
Tony Cokes at Museion Foundation
09.30.2023 – 02.25.2024
Luz Carabaño in Flaunt
09.22.2023
Rochelle Feinstein at Mehdi Chouakri
09.12.2023 – 11.04.2023
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in NY Times
09.17.2023
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in Latina
09.09.2023
Anita Steckel at Wonnerth Dejaco
09.08.2023 – 10.14.2023
Barbara Kasten at Bortolami
09.08.2023 – 10.28.2023
Kate Mosher Hall at Miguel Abreu
09.08.2023 – 10.21.2023
Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) in NY Times
09.07.2023
Dominique Knowles in Texte Zur Kunst
09.05.2023
Tony Cokes at DIA Bridgehampton
08.26.2023
Dominique Knowles in Elephant
07.12.2023
Dominique Knowles in LA Times
07.05.2023
Raphaela Simon and Andy Robert at Michael Werner Gallery
06.24.2023 – 09.09.2023
Darrel Ellis in ARTnews.com
23.06.2023
Tony Cokes at DIA Bridgehampton
06.23.2023 – 05.2023

Artists

Rey Akdogan Olga Balema Elaine Cameron-Weir Luz Carabaño Talia Chetrit Tony Cokes Ann Craven Darrel Ellis Rochelle Feinstein Kate Mosher Hall Maren Karlson Barbara Kasten Dominique Knowles Adam Linder D’Ette Nogle Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) Andy Robert Raphaela Simon Anita Steckel Joe Zorrilla

Works by

Paul Thek Alvin Baltrop

2024

Elana Bowsher and Rochelle Feinstein
Dallas Invitational
04.04.24 - 04.06.24
Group presentation
Frieze LA
02.29.24 – 03.03.24

2023

Tony Cokes and Dominique Knowles
Paris + Art Basel
10.18.23 – 10.22.23
Caitlin MacQueen and Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo)
Dallas Invitational
04.22.23 – 04.23.23
Group presentation
Frieze LA
02.16.23 – 02.19.23

2022

Rochelle Feinstein
Art Basel Miami Beach
12.01.22 – 12.03.22
Group presentation
Paris + Art Basel
10.19.22 – 10.23.22
Kate Mosher Hall
Frieze NY
05.18.22 – 05.22.22
Elaine Cameron-Weir
Frieze LA
02.17.22 – 02.20.22

2021

Olga Balema
Frieze NY
05.05.21 – 05.09.21

2020

Barbara Kasten
Frieze LA - Projects
02.14.20 – 02.16.20
Andy Robert
Cape Town Art Fair
02.14.20 – 02.16.20

2019

D'Ette Nogle and Marcel Broodthaers
June
06.10.19 – 06.14.19
Andy Robert
Frieze NY
05.02.19 – 05.05.19
Group presentation
Frieze LA
02.15.19 - 02.17.19

2018

Olga Balema and Andy Robert
Paris Avant-Première
10.12.18 – 10.18.18
Olga Balema
Art Basel Hong Kong
03.27.18 – 03.31.18