My show Objeto Temporário at Auroras in São Paulo, Brazil is on view through November 18! If you’re in Brazil, see my work alongside Rebecca Watson Horn and Liuba Wolf. Lots of pictures of the show and the beautiful space coming soon!
More info here.
I am thrilled to share these images of my solo show at Thomas Dane Gallery in Naples—
here are just a FEW pix!!! More are to be found on my exhibitions tab, or on the Thomas Dane website.
The show ran through July 29, 2023.
I was included in Perpetual Portrait, a group show at Vielmetter, July 8 – August 18, 2023.
I showed my 2015-16 film After Metamorphoses at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum in Miami, FL. The show ran from June 10—September 10!
To Bend the Ear of the Outer World is at Gagosian, London; curated by Gary Garrels. The show will ran from June 1–August 25, 2023
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I was in a big group show at Marlborough in New York—Schema: World as Diagram at Marlborough from May 11 – August 11, 2023.
Featuring: Minjeong An, Shusaku Arakawa, Jennifer Bartlett, Gianfranco Baruchello, Forrest Bess, Joseph Beuys, Thomas Chimes, Mike Cloud, Janet Cohen, Alan Davie, Guy de Cointet, Agnes Denes, David Diao, Lydia Dona, León Ferrari, Charles Gaines, Renee Gladman, Joanne Greenbaum, Lane Hagood, Jane Hammond, Hilma’s Ghost, Thomas Hirschhorn, Alfred Jensen, Christine Sun Kim, Karla Knight, Guillermo Kuitca, Paul Laffoley, Barry Le Va, Mark Lombardi, Chris Martin, Stephen Mueller, Matt Mullican, Loren Munk, Antoni Muntadas, Paul Pagk, Yulia Pinkusevich, Miguel Angel Ríos, Leslie Roberts, Heather Bause Rubinstein, Julian Schnabel, Amy Sillman, Wadada Leo Smith, Gael Stack, Tavares Strachan, Jimmy and Angie Tchooga, Dannielle Tegeder, Bernar Venet, Ouattara Watts, Melvin Way, Trevor Winkfield
I was included in Beautiful, Vivid, Self-contained, a group show at the Hill Art Foundation, curated by David Salle. The show ran from April 21–July 21, 2023.
Featuring: Richard Aldrich, Frank Auerbach, Francis Bacon, Kevin Beasley, Cecily Brown, Francesco Clemente, Robert Colescott, Verne Dawson, Willem de Kooning, Edgar Degas, Martha Diamond, Lucio Fontana, Giambologna, Robert Gober, Mark Grotjahn, Charline von Heyl, Reggie Burrows Hodges, Callum Innes, Karen Kilimnik, Doron Langberg, Brice Marden, Henri Matisse, Albert Oehlen, Giuseppe Piamontini, Pablo Picasso, Walter Price, Andrea Riccio, Peter Paul Rubens, Salman Toor, Cy Twombly, Willem Danielsz van Tetrode, Nicole Wittenberg, Christopher Wool, and me along with a painting from 1988 by David Salle.
I was included in a group show at The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation titled The Feminine in Abstract Painting featuring Etel Adnan, Candida Alvarez, Lisa Beck, Andrea Belag, Lecia Dole-Recio, Pam Glick, Joanne Greenbaum, Clare Grill, Mary Heilmann, Shirley Kaneda, Al Loving, Jiha Moon, Rebecca Morris, Jamie Nares, Pat Passlof, Sandra Payne, Erika Ranee, Miriam Schapiro, Peter Shear, Alan Shields, Lesley Vance, and me! The show was on view from March 16-July 15 2023.
I wrote a review of Scudorama, an early Paul Taylor dance, with sets and costumes by Alex Katz for Artforum!
American Academy of Arts and Letters new members show
10/28 to 12/4
I was included in a group show at the Hirshhorn in Washington DC! Put It This Way, curated by Associate Curator Anne Reeve. The show featured mostly female-identified artists from the collection, and “a wide array of aesthetic, political, and historical concerns.” It ran from August 8, 2022 until the fall of 2023.
BTW the show was titled after a 1963 painting by American pop artist Rosalyn Drexler, whose work is featured in the exhibition.
Image: Isa Gensken (left) and Amy Sillman (right) in “PUT IT THIS WAY”
I am happy to say that I participated in the international exhibition of the 59th Venice Biennale curated by Cecilia Alemani!
The show, titled “The Milk of Dreams,” is a reference to the work and thinking of Surrealist artist Leonora Carrington. This main exhibition included 213 artists from 58 countries and was in the Central Pavilion (Giardini) and the Arsenale.
I wrote a review of Orwell’s Roses for Artforum–