Joe Fyfe Solo Exhibition At Ceysson & Bénétière In Wandhaff, Luxembourg
The Sky Eats Up The Trees, the new solo exhibition by Joe Fyfe is on view in Wandhaff, Luxembourg from January 13 to March 03, 2018.
The Sky Eats Up The Trees, the new solo exhibition by Joe Fyfe is on view in Wandhaff, Luxembourg from January 13 to March 03, 2018.
In each drawing, modest materials—paper, pencil, and felt tip pen—become greater than the sum of their parts, with melancholy grey and cerulean hues bringing the landscapes to life. Delicate tensions abound: arial views suggest a cold distance, while meticulous mark making reveals the hand of the artist, drawing us ever closer.
Polaroids: the Disappearing is featured in Spiegel Online, “Fotostrecke” section.
Kasey Caminiti writes for DuJour:”Nathalie Karg Gallery presents a kaleidoscope of historically significant Polaroids from various artists. Until January 5, 2018 Polaroids: The Disappearing will be on display, offering an inside look at what was once a revolutionary technology and the most exciting way to capture a moment in time. Click through the gallery for a peak at the exhibit.”
Wall Street International recommends you to come see our Polaroid show during the Holiday.
Before Instagram provided instant gratification to shutterbugs, Polaroids filled the same function. This show offers examples from dozens of artists.
Magdalena Kröner interviewed Dorian Gaudin for the most recent issue of Kunstforum International.
Joe Fyfe is one of the five preeminent New York-based, Artadia Award-winning artists who welcomed Gotham magazine into his studio to chat about his practices.
Henri Neuendorf writes for artnet: “Jesse Mockrin’s oil-on-canvas compositions are sharp riffs on the visual language of Rococo portraiture that imagine new, androgynous, or unisexual protagonists.”
Now Here is Nowhere, opening November 7, is a creative dialog between American and Italian artists. It will feature the work of Carl D’Alvia, Jackie Saccoccio, Nari Ward, Giuseppe Stampone, Eugenio Tibaldi and Tomaso De Luca.
After the Fall opens at Peter Blum Gallery (20 West 57th Street) on October 27 and runs through November 27, 2017. Artists in the exhibition include Judith Berstein, Chris Marker, Huma Bhabha, Clifford Owens, Louise Bourgeois, Enoc Perez, Francesco Clemente, Nathlie Provosty, Otto Dix, Daniel Rich, Matthew Day Jackson, Joyce Scott, Esthe Klas, Yukinori Yanagi.
The Brooklyn Rail published Maura Brewer’s response to Ian Cofre’s review of Amir Nikravan’s Rational Design.
Ian Cofre writes,”Los Angeles based artist Amir Nikravan has taken a singular, pill-like form he encountered in Pasadena’s Stuart Building—a site originally known as the Stuart Pharmaceutical Company Office and Plant (1958)—and he’s given it a treatment of rupture and reconfiguration for Rational Design, his first solo show at Karg Gallery.”
In this interview , Amir Nikravan explains the process and inspiration for the works included in Rational Design.
Jill Singer writes, “Amir Nikravan‘s exhibition “Rational Design,” on view now at Nathalie Karg gallery in New York, is the third exhibition we’ve featured in the past week exploring the relationship between painting and sculpture. But of all the artists we’ve written about, Nikravan seems the most interested in collapsing that boundary entirely.”
Zach Long writes, “Aside from a trio of humorously gyrating metallic sculptures by French artist Dorian Gaudin located in an attached wing of the Roundhouse, nothing else in the exhibition quite matches the spectacle of the aforementioned works—not to mention the grandeur of the venue.”
Blouinartinfo reviewed Amir Nikravan’s show, Rational Design. On view at the gallery until October 15, 2017.
Singing Stones, curated by the Palais de Tokyo’s Katell Jaffrès, brings together 11 emerging artists from both the French and Chicago art scenes, as part of the first Hors les Murs exhibition in the United States, in partnership with the Institut français.
Seth Cameron’s No paintings will be included in Leila Heller‘s exhibition Grisaille.
Daniel A. Brown writes in Folio Magazine,”Societies rise and fall through evolution and entropy, the latter a universal principle of inevitable collapse, more certain than any progress. Visual artist Gamaliel Rodríguez chronicles this decay viewed from the sky, shifting through the rubble from the vantage point of 1,000 feet.”
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College will kick off the 2017-2018 academic year with Gamaliel Rodriguez’s exhibition, “A Third Way to Look at You.”
The Rivard Report states that artist Nicholas Frank will cover the performing arts, major exhibitions, museums, and festivals; profile artists and their work; write about the role of the arts in education and society; and explore stories that reflect the city and region’s unique cultures and qualities.
The Palais de Tokyo will present an exhibition in Chicago, Singing Stones, that brings together thirteen artists, including a designer, and explores the multiple relationships between art and architecture. The exhibition, which will take place from September 13 through October 29, 2017, will include work by Wilfrid Almendra, Daniel G. Baird, Bouchra Khalili, Dorian Gaudin, Lola Gonzalez, Guillaume Leblon, Floating Museum, Florian Pugnaire & David Raffini, Andrew Schachman, Cauleen Smith, Thomas Teurlai, Raphael Zarka.
John Yau reviews CarlJackieSteveMichelle, an exhibition at Helena Anrather featuring the work of 2 artist couples who are also good friends: Carl D’Alvia, Jackie Saccoccio, Michelle Segre and Steve DiBenedetto.
Wayne Ngan’s work will be on view at Macaulay & Co. until August 4.
Blouinartinfo featured Seth Cameron, “No Paintings” at Nathalie Karg Gallery.
La Mar de Músicas is curating an exhibition titled “Ilumina nuestra frontera”, which includes artists Liliana Porter, Sandra Gamarra, Pablo Vargas Lugo, Felipe Ehrenberg, Tania Bruguera, Waltércio Caldas, Vik Muniz, Alfredo Jaar, Santiago Sierra, Gamaliel Rodríguez, Jonathan Hernández, Jorge Pineda, Yoshua Okón, Rosángela Renno and Regina José Galindo. It will be on view at the Palacio Consistorial de Cartagena until August 31, 2017.
Fruit of the Forest contributor Federica Tattoli interviewed Nathlie Provosty on the occasion of her solo exhibition “Life of Forms” at Apalazzo Gallery, in Brescia, Italy. The exhibition is on view through September 23rd, 2017.
Carl D’Alvia is included in the group exhibition entitled “CarlJackieSteveMichelle” which will be showing at Helena Anrather in Manhattan from June 29th to August 5th, 2017.
Wall Street International featured Seth Cameron, “No Paintings” at Nathalie Karg Gallery. The exhibition will be up through August 2nd, 2017.
Aubry/Broquard are going to be included in the exhibit FIGURED OUT! Bodily Form in Contemporary Ceramics, an exhibition of ceramics in Gallery One curated by Andrew Rafacz and Nataliya Kotlova.
Visionary Painting, a group exhibition curated by Alex Katz at the Colby Museum of Art in Maine features work by Nathlie Provosty. The exhibition opens June 1st, 2017 and will be on view through August 27th, 2017.
Utopia Muscle at Nathalie Karg Gallery in New York reviewed by Brian Droitcour Art in America.
What’s Up New York, a group exhibition featuring work by Dorian Gaudin, will be up through May 26th, 2017 at LVH ART in New York City.
Dirty Hands On, an exhibition by Dorian Gaudin, will be up at Dittrich & Schlechtriem in Berlin through June 24th, 2017.
TIMEOUT New York featured Jim Drain, Utopia Muscle at Nathalie Karg Gallery.
The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts has announced that they have selected Gamaliel Rodriguez for its International Artist-in-Residence Program taking place May 24–August 11, 2017, in Omaha, Nebraska.
Chess Tables, the solo exhibition by Jim Drain is on view in Miami Beach through June 30th, 2018.
Life of Forms, the new solo exhibition by Nathlie Provosty is on view in Brescia, Italy from May 20 to September 23.
No Puppet Performance, the new solo exhibition by Joe Fyfe will be on view from May 18, 2017 at LOVAAS
Elements of Style, the new exhibition show by Jessica Craig-Martin will be on view from May 5 to June 11, 2017 at the galerie andresthalmann. It will be followed by another exhibition by the artist: Social Security, from June 17 to July 16, 2017.
Dan Fox from Frieze describes Huguette Caland’s artworks as breathtaking: “sparse and sensuous drawings by Huguette Caland are brought into three-dimensional form by three costume and mannequin works the artist made during the 1970s and 80s – her economy of draughtsmanship is breathtaking”.
The Quotidien de l’Art speaks of Huguette Caland whose work is shown at the 57th International Art Exhibition.
Wall Street International highlights Jim Drain’s current exhibition, Utopia Muscle, which is on view at Nathalie Karg Gallery until June 11.
Jim Drain will create a mural for this year’s Coney Art Walls , which opens this weekend.
Huddle, the new solo exhibition by Carl D’Alvia will be on view from May 13 to June 18, 2017 at Jeff Bailey Gallery.
Loring Knoblauch writes “Craig-Martin seems to revel in the overlooked minutiae of these events, uncovering the boldly surreal hiding in plain sight”.
“I make works that engage with an art-historical trajectory that I both admire and have been completely excluded from”, says Los Angeles-based painter Nikravan, who is of mixed Iranian and Mexican-American descent”.
“Working excessively fancy parties as an event photographer for Vanity Fair and The New Yorker grants Jessica Craig-Martin unusual privilege to the über-privileged; apart from her commissioned work she makes photographs that are as brightly lit, colorful and crisp as the ones in the glossies but that zoom in on the details”, wrote Emma Drew
Bomb’s 36th Anniversary Gala and Auction will take place on Friday, May 5.
Artpace Spring Artist-in-Residence Exhibition: Glasstire reviews Nicholas Frank’s show.
“Frank is something of an intellectual mensch—the piece includes pamphlets (Artpace chronicles) of his political and philosophical musings framed through the relationships he developed throughout the residency (Frank is staunchly anti-social media and made a concerted effort to engage the local community directly)”.
Last fall Ohad Meromi finally unveiled his public sculpture “Sunbather” (2016) to the world. This ambiguous sunbathing humanoid is endowed with neither gender nor age. Its dimensions approximate the chassis of a Fresh Direct delivery truck. It’s made of about 400 pounds of bronze. It looks like something a pre-schooler might construct out of hot-pink pipe cleaners, magnified a millionfold.
The American Academy of Arts and Letters announced 2017 Art Award Winners: Joe Fyfe wins the Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Award. The awards will be presented in New York City in May at the Academy’s annual Ceremonial.
The exhibition ‘The Veterans’ will take place at the Dio Horia from April 14 to May 22, 2017 and will include Carl D’Alvia’s artwork.
The NYC-based photographer shoots the world’s most extravagant parties for some of its glossiest magazines. In her exhibition ‘Public Relations,’ she zooms in on the moments that don’t make it into their pages.
“For years now, Jessica Craig-Martin has been steadily plowing through the high-society party circuit across the world with two purposes: to photograph the A-listers and advertisers that duty requires her to at events—and to capture their naturally occuring over-the-top oddities and excess.”
Dorian Gaudin’s collaboration with Nathalie Karg Gallery for The Armory Show is featured in Artsy.
The Lucky Draw 2017 which includes Joe Fyfe’s artwork, will take place on April 18 at the SculptureCenter
Blouin ArtInfo reports that Dorian Gaudin’s work will be included in the inaugural edition of the Armory Show’s Platform section.
The Anthology Film Archives and Benifits Auction , which includes Nathlie Provosty’s painting Techniques of Recognition IV, will take place on March 2.
Huguette Caland artworks will be part of the 57th Venice Biennale from May 13 – November 26, 2017
Jesse Mockrin’s exhibition, XOXO, will be shown at Galerie Perrotin, in Seoul from March 17 to April 8, 2017.
A new public sculpture by Ohad Meromi named Sunbather has been placed in Jackson Avenue (at 43rd Street) in Long Island City.
Jan Castro writes in the March 2017 issue of Sculpture Magazine:“Kiss the Sky,’ Joe Fyfe’s recent exhibition, was a tour-de-force, seamlessly merging bright colors and quotidian materials, including steel, plastic, nylon, fabric, found wood, ink, rope, acrylic, and crayon.”
Dorian’s monograph will include:
– “Incomparable Theatre”: The Splendid Ambiguity of Dorian Gaudin’s Machines” an essay by Kate Sutton
– “The Mechanism of the Emotions”: interview between Dorian Gaudin and Julien Fronsacq, curator at the Palais de Tokyo
Hito by artist Nathlie Provosty is now part of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery collection.
Joe Fyfe’s artworks are this year included in The American Academy Exhibition. The Academy’s art awards and purchase programs acknowledge artists at various stages of their careers. This year, nine participating artists will receive art awards. Additionally, paintings and works on paper are eligible for purchase and placement in museum collections nationwide.
Wayne Ngan’s artwork will be included in the Elan Fine Art Gallery exhibition opening on February 25 in Vancouver.
Palais de Tokyo is presenting the first solo show by Dorian Gaudin in an art centre. The artist, whose work has recently been shown at the off-site exhibition organised by Palais de Tokyo alongside Manifesta 11, in Zürich, will produce an original immersive installation.
Laurie Simmons delves into Carl D’Alvia’s sculpture, process, and the ideas behind his work in this interview for Bomb Magazine.
Stephen Maine writes, “This knockout, two-venue show — D’Alvia’s first solo outing in New York since 2013 — demonstrates the absurdist humor, masterful craftsmanship, and elliptical thinking of an artist for whom working at apparent cross-purposes is an end in itself: embracing irresolution, the banalities of existence combine to form imponderable conundrums.”
Jerry Saltz writes: “From some magical, mystical garden of unseen shapes all covered in surfaces that imitate tree trunks, animal fur, and feathers, sculptor-magician extraordinaire Carl D’Alvia’s double show is a tour de force, using simulated wood grain cast in resin, returning us to a golden age of heroic sculpture.”
Joe Fyfe’s artwork will be included in the Halsey Mckay Gallery exhibition Flat Fix opening on January 26 and running through February 21, 2017.
Ryan Steadman writes about Gaudin in Cultured Magazine: “Now based in New York, he’s being hailed as a hot new artist to watch, thanks to an upcoming solo exhibition in February at the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris.”
Dorian Gaudin’s first solo show at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France, will take place from February 3 through May 8, 2017. Exhibition curator Julien Fronsacq writes: “Based on the essential nature of the machine- an instrument communicating a motion- and, in order to show how objects are capable of producing a narrative, Dorian Gaudin reminds us of how the fetishisms of objects and technology governs our relationship with the world.”
Nathlie Provosty’s paintings will be included in the American University Museum exhibition New Ruins opening on January 28 and running through March 12, 2017.
Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to participate in the 1st edition of Untitled San Francisco, opening January 13th. In our booth C10, we will present new works by Nathlie Provosty, Dorian Gaudin and Amir Nikravan.
In addition, for Untitled Monuments, we will present a projection by Amba Sayal-Bennett titled Manta. Sayal-Bennett is interested in the process of translation— specifically, the effects and affects generated by the transposition of elements across different media. She created the projection piece site-specifically: layering the prints with other prints of drawings, obscuring sections of the projection bed using paper, objects and tape in order to alter the light fall of the projected image, and using tape, foam and other materials selected from the repertoire of objects and materials collected in her studio to work into the projected area of light. The artist thus explores how the drawings change through this transposition, and how structural dissonances created by this movement across sites (paper and room) affect how she works back into them.
Alexia Wulff writes: “Her work, deep and monumental, unveils a fantasy world of lush plant and floral life, soothing colors, and strangely polished faces, one most of us imagine only in our dreams. Whether it’s the eyes peering from behind delicately draped fabric, or the partially cropped images, her work suggests there’s something else to be seen.”
The artists Rirkrit Tiravanija and Tomas Vu found the perfect way to bring the experience of art and surf together this year in a joint work titled DO WE DREAM UNDER THE SAME SKY.
Billed for Nathalie Karg Gallery booth as a “surf inspired participatory installation,” they’re offering custom-designed surfboards for UNTITLED visitors to get out into the water.
Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to return to Untitled Miami, opening November 29th. In our booth A26, we will present a selection of paintings and sculpture of the gallery artist. In addition, the gallery is happy to be part of the Special Projects Section presenting a participatory installation by Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija Do We Dream Under The Same Sky, the collaboration consists of a set of unique Alaia surfboards made of Pawlonia wood and inscribed with Beatles lyrics from the album Revolver, celebrating it’s 50th anniversary, a set of benches spelling I.O.U, a T-Shirt silkscreen stand run by Columbia MFA students and a participatory installation of surfboards that can be lent out for use to fair attendees in celebration of Miami beach culture. The installation also features a stainless steel outdoor shower for surfers to rinse off, on which Rirkrit Tiravanija will perform Tuesday, November 29th at 3PM, in the artist own words, the spirit of this collaboration is in the poetics of resistance, the poetics of rioting, referencing to the May 1968 events in Paris, “sous les pavés, la plage” (Under the paving stone, the beach).
Blouin reports that Dittrich & Schlechtriem in Berlin is currently presenting the work of Dorian Gaudin and Martin Roth in a dual artist exhibition “UNTITLEDS” through December 10, 2016.
Support amfAR and generationCURE, a group of young amfAR supporters committed to ending the AIDS pandemic in their lifetime by helping the Foundation raise funds for its cure-focused research programs. Bidding for Jessica Craig-Martin’s Cougar Friends and other artist works closes on December 8.
e-flux reports that “Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.) and the Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) present Conditions of Political Choreography, a research project and exhibition of newly commissioned new works by artists working with diverse performative strategies ranging from visual art to dance, theater, video, and stage-based and participatory practices. The first iteration takes place at the CCA where Berlin-based architect Markus Miessen has transformed the galleries in which each week a new commission takes place. The second iteration will take place at the n.b.k. in Berlin in the summer of 2017 with a spatial intervention by New York-based artist Ohad Meromi.”
Artsy’s Casey Lesser describes Jesse Mockrin’s exhibition, Pleasures of the Dance, as a show that is not to be missed.
Jo-ey Tang writes: “Dorian Gaudin, a French artist based in New York, occupies this space of tension in ‘Second Offense,’ his self-deprecatingly titled second solo exhibition, which explores the social and political unease he feels in his home and adopted countries.”
Joe Fyfe’s exhibition Kiss the Sky is featured in artforum.com’s “Critics’ Picks” section.
Nathalie Provosty is exhibited in Brescia, Italy from 29 September to 15 November.
Opening reception with the artist: Thursday 29 September from 7pm.
Provosty’s first publication includes a personal essay by the writer Jarrett Earnest and a substantial showcase of works dating from 2012–2016. It is now available at Nathalie Karg Gallery.
Rirkrit Tiravanija and Tomas Vu’s collaboration with Nathalie Karg Gallery for Untitled Miami is featured in Artnet.
Joe Fyfe’s exhibition Kiss the Sky will be on view at Nathalie Karg Gallery until October 23.
Joe Andoe’s work is included in the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art’s group show Animalia, on view from May 7 through September 4, 2016.
BLOUIN ARTINFO reports that Galerie Pact will be showcasing Dorian Gaudin’s work this Fall in a solo exhibition titled “Second Offense”.
Sharon Butler notes Boys And Girls Can Still Draw as one of the season’s must see shows on her summer ‘cheat sheet‘.
In her review of FJORD’s inaugural exhibition, Erica Maust writes, “Aubry and Broquard’s Cerebral Boxes are vivid and glossy, candid and dark. In their merging of pop culture with tradition, cereal branding and art history references manifest an unmistakably adult urge to return to childhood.”
Boys And Girls Can Still Draw was listed as one of artnet’s Top 10 Shows on the LES and Surrounding Neighborhoods This Summer.
Our summer exhibition was named one of the 15 New York Group Shows You Need to See this Summer. Boys And Girls Can Still Draw will run from July 6 through August 26, 2016.
Wayne Ngan’s work will be included in a group show at the Nanaimo Art Gallery entitled Trusses, which runs from June 9 through August 21, 2016.
In her article, Prudence Peiffer writes: “American abstract women painters were out in full force in New York this spring, from the bold engagement with Minimalism by the young artist Nathlie Provosty in a knockout show at Nathalie Karg Gallery to the impressive five-decade mini-survey of Lee Krasner at Robert Miller Gallery…”