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FEDERICO SOLMI PART OF GROUP SHOW "EVERYTHING IS ART, EVERYTHING IS POLITICS"
FEDERICO SOLMI PART OF GROUP SHOW "EVERYTHING IS ART, EVERYTHING IS POLITICS"
Online exhibition curated by Elga Wimmer and Berta Sichel

Federico's works, The Loving Despots and The Great Encounter, will be included. 

UNREACHABLE SPRING SELECTED AS ONE OF ARTFORUM'S MUST SEE EXHIBITIONS
UNREACHABLE SPRING SELECTED AS ONE OF ARTFORUM'S MUST SEE EXHIBITIONS

Unreachable Spring is a group exhibition featuring artists prompted by a desire to take refuge in their work and address this transformational moment in a personal way.

EDRA SOTO RECEIVES JOAN MITCHELL FOUNDATION GRANT
EDRA SOTO RECEIVES JOAN MITCHELL FOUNDATION GRANT

The gallery is pleased to announce that Edra Soto has received the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant. The Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant is an unrestricted award in which $25,000 is granted to 25 different artists from throughout the United States.

HUGO CROSTHWAITE TO PARTICIPATE IN FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE DE MORELIA
HUGO CROSTHWAITE TO PARTICIPATE IN FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE DE MORELIA
Premiering new film, "A Home for the Brave"

Festival takes place October 28- November 1, 2020

Ken Gonzales-Day to participate in conversation the Vera Lutter: Museum in the Camera exhibition at LACMA
Ken Gonzales-Day to participate in conversation the Vera Lutter: Museum in the Camera exhibition at LACMA
Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. PST

Webinar will be presented on ZOOM. 

JUNE EDMONDS INCLUDED IN GROUP SHOW "FOR WHICH IT STANDS"
JUNE EDMONDS INCLUDED IN GROUP SHOW "FOR WHICH IT STANDS"
Presented by Assembly Room at the Ford Foundation Gallery

For Which It Stands is an evolving physical and online exhibition platform featuring over thirty-five contemporary artists who use the iconic American flag, loaded with centuries of convoluted history and exclusion, to create new symbols of national identity. 

REVIEW: PETER WILLIAMS IN HYPERALLERGIC
REVIEW: PETER WILLIAMS IN HYPERALLERGIC

Peter Williams has long engaged issues of American racism and the Black experience, and his new exhibition Black Universe at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles is no different: his paintings include flying cars, abstracted landscapes, snatches of text (“Trump,” “Wall Street,” “Lawyers,” “Floater,” and “Help” all appear), and Black astronauts whose need to wear helmets in space makes me think of the phrase “I can’t breathe.”

KEN GONZALES-DAY INCLUDED IN GROUP SHOW AT WENDE MUSEUM
KEN GONZALES-DAY INCLUDED IN GROUP SHOW AT WENDE MUSEUM
Transformations: Living Room -> Flea Market -> Museum -> Art

Through a four-part passage from living room to flea market to museum to art studio, Transformations presents the metamorphosis of everyday objects in radically different contexts, highlighting how the ever-changing interpretations of the past are consistently informed by present-day views and concerns.

PETER WILLIAMS PROFILED IN CULTURE TYPE
PETER WILLIAMS PROFILED IN CULTURE TYPE

Recently retired from the University of Delaware, his work is currently on view in solo exhibitions in Los Angeles and Detroit and, this week, Williams received the Artists’ Legacy Foundation 2020 Artist Award. Howardena Pindell was recognized with the award in 2019. 

CARLA JAY HARRIS FEATURED IN PÓLISART
CARLA JAY HARRIS FEATURED IN PÓLISART

My nomadic childhood is what, in part, attracted me to photography. The camera is a way for me to connect to permanence. Memory, heritage, and loss are major themes in my work.

JUNE EDMONDS AT THE MEAD ART MUSEUM
JUNE EDMONDS AT THE MEAD ART MUSEUM
August 25, 2020 - July 18, 2021

Drawn entirely from the Mead’s collection, the group exhibition Founding Narratives raises questions about representation and the absence of representation in national narratives and in the establishment of a national art, about the significance of “firsts,” and about the interpretative frameworks that museums offer about artists and artworks.

 

INTERVIEW: KEN GONZALES-DAY IN NEW LINK ART
INTERVIEW: KEN GONZALES-DAY IN NEW LINK ART

Gonzales-Day’s powerful and nuanced investigations of intersectionality and racial violence stem from an almost-encyclopedic knowledge of art history and a desire to rewrite a more inclusive past and advocate for a more equitable present. 

CAITLIN CHERRY: ARTFORUM CRITICS' PICK
CAITLIN CHERRY: ARTFORUM CRITICS' PICK

The oil paintings and digital collages in Caitlin Cherry’s online show Corps Sonore call forth a phantasmagorical nightclub harboring cliques of bionic sirens bathed in an opulent, rippling iridescence. 

HUGO CROSTHWAITE AT THE FROST ART MUSEUM
HUGO CROSTHWAITE AT THE FROST ART MUSEUM
August 22, 2020 - December 13, 2020

Otros Lados: Itzel Basualdo, Hugo Crosthwaite, and Judithe Hernández brings together three generations of artists who are deeply informed by Mexican and Mexican American experiences from the other side.

KEN GONZALES-DAY FEATURED IN NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE
KEN GONZALES-DAY FEATURED IN NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE

Artist Ken Gonzales-Day has been widely recognized for the “Erased Lynching” series, which include lynching postcard photos that effectively “erased’ the victims of lynching and focused on the white crowds gathered to witness the murders. 

REVIEW: PETER WILLIAMS IN HYPERALLERGIC
REVIEW: PETER WILLIAMS IN HYPERALLERGIC

In the exhibition Peter Williams: Incarceration at the Cressman Center for Visual Arts, Louisville, Kentucky (February 7–March 21, 2020), curated by Chris Reitz, the focus is on incarceration; as a Black man and a painter who feels entrapped in modernism’s legacy of the grid, Williams recognizes that imprisonment of one kind or another has run throughout White America’s dealing with Black people since the beginning of its history.

INTERVIEW: CAITLIN CHERRY IN ARTFORUM
INTERVIEW: CAITLIN CHERRY IN ARTFORUM

Caitlin Cherry has always been interested in the weaponized circulation of images. At the Brooklyn Museum in 2013, she mounted her paintings on wooden catapults modeled after martial designs by Leonardo, as if they were about to be fired into the air. 

JUNE EDMONDS WINS INAUGURAL $10,000 AWARE PRIZE FOR WOMEN ARTISTS AT THE ARMORY SHOW
JUNE EDMONDS WINS INAUGURAL $10,000 AWARE PRIZE FOR WOMEN ARTISTS AT THE ARMORY SHOW

Presented by the Paris-based nonprofit Aware, the new award recognises a solo presentation of work by a female artist at The Armory Show.

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