Curator, Heidi Hahn: Interview with Amanda Quinn Olivar
In an interview with Curator’s editor Amanda Quinn Olivar, Heidi Hahn breaks down her creative process and her relationship with painting.
In an interview with Curator’s editor Amanda Quinn Olivar, Heidi Hahn breaks down her creative process and her relationship with painting.
“But most of all it’s a brilliant demonstration of how dramatically we can change our perspective on art history without changing the history itself”, writes Will Heinrich in the New York Times.
An interview with the LA-based painter Forrest Kirk.
Near-death, Courbet copy paintings and the Elite Motif.
Why the Time Square of Yesteryear Is Still Inspiring Jane Dickson.
LSU MOA curator, Courtney Taylor in an interview with Heidi Hahn about her artistic process and the content of her paintings.
Water Thief reviewed on Less Than Half
Nathlie Provosty features in WTP’s Art Roundup of New York City, Spring 2019 highlights.
Heidi Hahn features in a new exhibition at LSU Museum of Art, titled “Semblance: The Public, Private, Shared Self.” The show explores how we negotiate representations of self in public, private and shared spaces through the work of three contemporary painters. Hahn’s large-scale oil paintings feature women lost in their interiority, aloof from public demands on women. The women eschew smiling and move through the distractions and mundanity of daily life while Hahn’s rich layers of dripping color signal the emotional depth of their private psychological space. On view June 27 through October 6, 2019.
Nathlie Provosty’s work is currently on view at SFMoMA—alongside legends like Ruth Asawa, Frida Kahlo, and Henri Matisse— as part of the museum’s ongoing exhibition, Open Ended: Painting and Sculpture, 1900 to now. The presentation of work focuses specifically on painting and sculpture that has “shaped the history of modern art from the early twentieth century to our own time.”
For the week of June 10, 2019, Elsa Sahal’s “Harlequins and Bathers” was included in New York Magazine’s Approval Matrix as both highbrow and brilliant—where “Picasso meets Gumby.”
Peter Freeman, Inc. presents “Downtown Painting,” including a work by Nathlie Provosty.
Heidi Hahn is included in the group show, “Certain Women,” at Houston’s Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art.
Arte Fuse discusses James English Leary’s current show at Galerie Kandlhofer.
MacDowell Colony names Heidi Hahn one of 93 Summer Fellows.
Widewalls features James English Leary’s solo show, “Small Fishes Swim Around Inside of Large Fishes,” and the group show organized by Leary, “The Picture is a Forest,” at Galerie Kandlhofer.
Heidi Hahn is one of 93 fellows, selected by the arts organization, to receive a $10,000 grant, among artists of a variety of disciplines.
MARIA†.editions publishes an edition of Nin’s short story with illustrations by Hahn, accompanied by a conversation with the artist.
Artillery Magazine features Heidi Hahn’s LA show, Burn Out in Shredded Heaven.
Heidi Hahn is interviewed by Amanda Quinn Olivar regarding her show at Kohn Gallery and her process.
Elsa Sahal’s Harlequins and Bathers is featured as one of Art Forum’s “Must-See Shows.”
Rannva Kunoy is included in the group show, Post Analog Studio, at The Hole NYC, through May 19.
Destig announces Elsa Sahal’s new show, Harlequins and Bathers at Nathalie Karg Gallery, starting May 1.
ArtMaze Mag speaks with James English Leary on his work and process.
The Los Angeles Daily News includes Heidi Hahn’s solo show, “Burn Out in Shredded Heaven” at Kohn Gallery, in its recommendations of exhibitions to see in the area.
Heidi Hahn’s “Burn Out in Shredded Heaven” at Kohn Gallery is featured in the Los Angeles Times.
Heidi Hahn’s first solo exhibition, “Burnout in Shredded Heaven,” opens April 6 at Los Angeles’ Kohn Gallery, through May 23, 2019.
Amir Nikravan talks with David Netto in conversation with Patrick Frey, chairman and creative director of Pierre Frey, for the “Artisans Revealed: Sharing Your Own Brand Story” featured on Architectural digest.
Room for failure, curated by Omar López-Chahoud, through May 19.
Read all about Business of home’s portrait of Amir Nikravan.
Read about Seth Cameron’s new show at the gallery, Sunless, on the Wall street journal magazine.
Cult mtl featuring James English Leary’s Montreal exhibition
Out of this world on the Wall Street Journal Art.
Room for Failure, curated by Omar López-Chahoud will show at Piero Atchugarry up until May 19.
Charles Booth talks Rodriguez’s new show at the New Gallery, Austin Peay State University.
The Elephant discusses Heidi Hahn’s approach to femininity in her practice.
Step into Nicholas Frank’s studio as the artist discusses his latest project,
A reception will be held on March 13 with the artist in the Clarksville, Tennessee institution.
“Clayborn” opens February 14 at Lefebvre et Fils gallery from 6pm to 9pm
Check out Joe Fyfe’s interview with Artadia, as the artist talks about receiving the 2015 Artadia Award and his new show at the gallery.
Travis Diehl reviews Jesse Mockrin’s work in Art in America, with a special focus on her diptych Syrinx.
Curated by Robert Storr, Doing what comes naturally: seven painters in their prime will be on display at New York’s Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation from February 2 to August 4.
The Future is Elsewhere (If It Breaks Your Heart) #7 will be on display in London at Stephen Friedman gallery.
Half a hole will present new work by Jim Drain from February 3 – March 30 in Los Angeles at Parker Gallery.
Pulse is a group show at Kansas City’s Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, featuring works by Heidi Hahn.
Le Télégramme reviews Cloune, Elsa Sahal’s duo show in Saint Brieuc, France.
Cloune, Elsa Sahal’s duo show with Guillaume Pinard makes a feature on art contemporain en Bretagne.
L’echo de la culture en Côtes d’Armor talks Elsa Sahal and her duo show with Guillaume Pinard at the Ecole des beaux art in Saint Brieuc, France.
Cloune, Elsa Saha’s duo show with Guillaume Pinard just opened at the Ecole des beaux-art in Saint Brieuc, France.
Heather Bause Rubinstein reviews Joe Fyfe’s show on Two coats of paint.
Amir Nikravan amongst this year awardees of the 2019 Fellowship for Visual Art from the California Community Foundation in partnership with the J Paul Getty Trust
Sweet Pass Sculpture Park presents Away Message, a group sound exhibition featuring Nicholas Frank’s Texas Skips, a variation on his Greatest Skips LP, collecting skips on vinyl records the artist has collected since relocating to San Antonio.
Joe Fyfe and Claude Viallat share insights on their Saint-Etienne show, interviewed by Daniel Brignon
Amir Nikravan’s new show will be displayed in London from 25 January to 28 February 2019
Here is David Cohen’s review of Joe Fyfe’s show, But a flag has flown away
Check out Joe Fyfe’s new article on Brutalism published in Hyperallergic.
Joe Fyfe’s “But a flag has flown away” is Timeout number 1 top 5 art shows of the week.
Artforum classifying Joe Fyfe’s “But a flag has flown away” as a must see.
Read about the artist’s opinion on “Everyone’s a Curator. That’s Not (Always) a Bad Thing“.
Asked by Artnews for sightseeing tips, artist Jim Drain recommends the Miami Circle to art fair visitors.
Nathlie Provosty’s artworks are discussed in Anne Therese Tveita’s article for Contemporary Art Stavanger.
Joe Fyfe will be featured in a two-person show at Ceysson & Bénétière in Saint-Etienne, starting December 21.
The Broadway World reports on Jim Drain’s upcoming exhibition at Nina Johnson Gallery and discusses the artist’s style and technique.
New sculpture by Amir Nikravan is included in Apparatus Studio’s newest outpost in Los Angeles.
On the occasion of his solo debut at Nathalie Karg Gallery, James English Leary talks with Charles Schultz from the Brooklyn Rail about his career and artistic ambitions, the legacy of Philip Guston and future projects.
Gianni Milani talks about Nathlie Provosty’s monumental painting Life of Forms and the poetic qualities of her shapes and colors: “Her art is daring, as it evokes an other-worldliness that plays with the audience’s expectations. We are encouraged to interact with Provosty’s paintings without being able to fully understand their deepest meaning.”
Heidi Hahn is represented by Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles and Nathalie Karg Gallery in New York. As Artnews reports, the New York-based artist will have her first solo show at Nathalie Karg Gallery in March 2020.
Carl D’Alvia has been selected to participate in “The 2019 deCordova Biennial”, opening on April 5, 2019. His artworks will be on view through September 15, 2019.
Artist and photographer Jessica Craig-Martin attends the the 20th annual Two x Two for AIDS and Art gala in Dallas.
Time Out includes James English Leary’s “Hoi Polloi” in their list of New York’s top five art shows.
Malena Aylwin from Providence’s The Cowl reports on the unveiling of Jim Drain’s murals in Fargnoli Park.
The current exhibition “The Coffee Cup Spring” by French-American artist Dorian Gaudin is covered by Time Out – New York.
Nathlie Provosty’s work, Life of Forms (2017) is on view at the Museo del Risorgimento in Turin, Italy, until January 6th, 2019. While conveying the intimacy and poetical attention of her small-scale works, Life of Forms is the largest painting the artist has realized so far.
The Guangzhou Triennial releases the artist list for its sixth edition which will take place at the Guangzhou Museum from December 21, 2018 to March 10, 2019. Among the 49 artists represented will be French-American artist Dorian Gaudin who is currently having his solo show at Nathalie Karg Gallery in New York.
The relationship between memory, awareness, and the physical state of Puerto Rico after the hurricane is key to understanding life post-Maria.
Louis Bury from the Brooklyn Rail covers Dorian Gaudin’s show at Nathalie Karg Gallery. In Bury’s view, the “Coffee Cup Spring” reflects “a compelling sign of growth in a body of work that trades on the tension between subtlety and spectacle.”
Jessica Craig-Martin is among 50 well-known artists who donate work to support Pro-LGBTQ candidates.
The coffee cup Spring by Dorian Gaudin featured in the critics’ picks on Artforum. Mira Dayal writes: “This emphasis on synthesis and orders of operation was particularly important to Gaudin; rather than applying wallpaper to a support or affixing wood paneling to drywall, the artist made the smooth fiberglass simulacra first, then tore them from their supports and affixed new backings. Though these additional steps perform little critical work, they do infuse the exhibition with a sense of fun, à la Rube Goldberg.”
Neela Debnath from The Express covers the recently opened exhibition “Black Mirrors” at Saatchi Gallery in London where artist Jessica Craig-Martin presents her view of society in a selection of photographs.
Continuing the work Dorian Gaudin produced for the exhibition Rites and Aftermath (Palais de Tokyo, 2017) the artist’s second solo exhibition at Nathalie Karg Gallery is comprised of, as a base structure, a long rolling conveyer belt. Its chains maintain fragments of architectural elements and floating mundane objects such as a coffee cup.
One year later, artists in Puerto Rico and those attached to the island talk about how the devastation and its aftermath influenced their work.
Rayan Elena Vergara Meersohn covers ‘The Coffee Cup Spring’ and comments on the technical expertise of Dorian Gaudin’s art.
The Coffee Cup Spring, Dorian Gaudin’s second solo show, is on view until Oct. 21. It is a must see for Artforum.
Sara Baker reviews “The Safety of Objects,” a two-person show with Jessica and Michael Craig-Martin at the Bundy Modern, writing “Together, father and daughter (in their first show together) portray our consumer culture–from the mundane to the excess.”
Jessica Craig-Martin included in the review of SEED at Paul Kasmin Gallery for Beautiful Bizarre.
Jillian Steinhauer included ‘Distortions’ in What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week, writing “the 16 contributors… playfully use the body to render the complexity, comedy and vulnerability of our condition.”
‘Liquid Dreams‘ is open from July 13 to August 10 and also includes new work by Genesis Belanger, Davide Balula, and Neïl Beloufa.
Jim Drain included in Coney Art Walls, an ongoing exhibition of outdoor street art in Coney Island open from 12-8 pm daily through September that is free to the public.
‘Contemporánea Internacional’ is an ongoing exhibition at the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico featuring works from private Puerto Rican collections, and also includes Kara Walker, Maurizio Cattelan, Damien Hirst, and Cindy Sherman.
Rannva Kunnoy is included in the show ‘Known Unknowns,’ a diverse group of selections from the permanent collection at the Saatchi Gallery in London, recently covered in Euro News.
Tom McGlynn writes for The Brooklyn Rail: “Al Held moved to Paris in the early 1950s where he was part of a loose-knit expatriate community of American painters that included Joan Mitchell and Sam Francis. Mitchell, Francis and Held all had in common a determination to pit their personal stylistic development against the then coalescing dominance of Abstract Expressionism and the New York School.”
World of Interiors at Various Small Fires in Los Angeles reviewed by Jennifer S. Li in Art in America. She writes: “Nikravan turned Stone’s motif into wall-mounted and pedestal-based objects that have the vivid colors and lush curves of Frank Stella’s “Protractor Paintings,” the restrained minimalism of Donald Judd’s sculptures, and the playfulness of Richard Artschwager’s “blps.”
Designer Cecile Casablancas is creating a new line of swimsuits with alternative, daring, and original prints from artists including : Caitlin Keogh, Jim Drain, Bozidar Brazda, and Servane Mary.
Blouin ArtInfo’s “Top Shows in NYC” includes Nathalie Karg’s joint show with Cheim & Read, “ Al Held: Paris to New York, 1952−1959.” This exhibition of Al Held’s 27 experimental works in pigment and wax will be presented across the two galleries, with the Nathalie Karg Gallery featuring the artist’s work made in Paris in 1952−53, and Cheim & Read covering the years 1954 to 1959.
Included in New York Times must see shows of the summer was Aubry Broquard’s Superficial Paintings, Modern Contradiction.
An “unusual” collaboration that promises to be one of the highlights of the season at Nathalie Karg Gallery: Al Held: Paris to New York 1952-1953 (May 2-June 15) , and Cheim & Read, Al Held: Paris to New York 1954-1959 (May 17-July 6) displaying abstract canvases from Al Held’s early years.
THE SAFETY OF OBJECTS: A visual discourse between father and daughter, featuring Michael Craig-Martin and Jessica Craig-Martin, opens weekends, 12-5, from May 26 to Sept 3.
Art2Cure is a non- for profit organization founded in Luxembourg in 2015, that creates exhibits in Europe and the U.S. They equally support arts and sciences by splitting the proceeds from sold art equally between artists and researchers. On May 21-24, 2018 Art2Cure will host an art exhibition with Luxembourg, and N.Y. based artists in the Ronald Feldman Gallery in SoHo.
Cheim & Read and Nathalie Karg Gallery are pleased to present Al Held: Paris to New York, 1952−1959, an exhibition of experimental works in pigment and wax that anticipate the painter’s well-known, epic-scaled geometric abstractions. The show is running May 2, 2018-June 15, 2018.