NADA New York

NADA New York

March 2 - March 5, 2017

Josee Bienvenu is pleased to present Warm & Cool, a dialogue between Shahrzad Kamel and Sergio Sister, two artists from different generations and cultural backgrounds, who share a common attention to light, surface and composition through minimal gestures, stripping photography, or painting of their representational status. 

Julianne Swartz at MASS MoCA

Julianne Swartz at MASS MoCA

On view now

Currently on view at the Massachussetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) is Julianne Swartz', In Harmonicity, the Tonal Walkway, a site-specific, 20-channel sound installation.

"Julianne Swartz’s work is rooted in emotion, vulnerability, and the provocation to recognize and connect to one another as feeling human beings. Over the years Swartz has returned again and again to using the human voice, recording singers both professional and amateur to create moving works that embrace visitors with sound and emotion."

Village Voice

Village Voice

Postcards From the Void: Martí Cormand Resurrects Murdered Art

July 12, 2016

Selected text from a feature by R.C. Baker of The Village Voice

 

Julianne Swartz

Julianne Swartz

Group Exhibition at MASS MoCA

Explode Every Day: An Inquiry into the Phenomena of Wonder 

Opening May 28, 2016

 

Juan Manuel Echavarría

Juan Manuel Echavarría

Group Show at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki

Space to Dream: Recent Art from South America

From May 7 to September 18, 2016

From Saturday 7 May, experience the inspirational and imaginative exhibition, Space to Dream: Recent Art from South America.

Opening a window to the influential art of six South American countries from the 1960s to today, Space to Dreamis the first comprehensive exhibition of its kind to be generated in Australasia.

The exhibition conveys the sense of South America as a place of vitality, constant change and possibility. It reveals the ways art has offered a space for its people to reflect, act and dream throughout the region’s politically and socially turbulent history

Yuken Teruya

Yuken Teruya

Group Exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT)

From March 5 to May 29, 2016.

Each term, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT) selects about 100 artworks from its some 4,800-piece collection for display in its permanent exhibition--the "MOT Collection." In this way, MOT seeks to offer a wide range of perspectives on postwar and contemporary art.This term, "Collection Ongoing" places a particular focus on Pop Art and works on paper in conjunction with special exhibits of newly acquired works. 

Julianne Swartz

Julianne Swartz: Close at UNC Charlotte Center City Projective Eye Gallery

León Ferrari

León Ferrari

Artnews

December 2014