2017 Exhibitions


October 25 - December 3, 2017

Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present Rannva Kunoy’s first solo exhibition in New York. Kunoy’s new works deliberately hijack our expectations for the process of looking. The paintings demand attention. As one moves across the painting,  the surface, the color and the tone of the work changes. A surface that appears to be a saturated purple shifts to an iridescent green. A…

Rational Design

September 8 - October 15, 2017

Nathalie Karg Gallery is please to present Rational Design, a solo exhibition of Los Angeles based artist Amir Nikravan. For his first exhibition with the gallery Nikravan presents selections from his ongoing body of work which employs modernist architecture as a site to explore the politics of form. A text by New York based artist Alan Ruiz titled Non-Representational Things accompanies the…

No Paintings

June 21 - August 2, 2017

Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present No Paintings, Seth Cameron’s first exhibition with the gallery. The No paintings are square, symmetrical compositions of finely differentiated, spectrally exact complementary colors surrounding central squares of neutral gray created by the complements’ mix and equivalent to the color of the overall painting field. Extending from Ad Reinhardt’s negational prescriptions (no color, no texture, no line, no value,…

Utopia Muscle

May 3 - June 11, 2017

Drain’s first New York City solo exhibition in a decade, Utopia Muscle, is named after author Junot Diaz’s call to locate optimism through new activism and empowerment, by strengthening our “utopia muscles” in the face of fear and anger towards our current chaotic national condition. While this is Drain’s most overtly political exhibition title to date, it peacefully dovetails with his ongoing…

Public Relations

March 3 - April 16, 2017

This body of work is selected from my experiences covering social events for the party pages of magazines. At such events, I am working with a dual purpose. Purpose one – to please the client. Requirements can include images of celebrities in every combination, full length fashion ‘looks’ and a thorough look at this year’s crop of jeunesse dorée….


January 8 - February 19, 2017

There is a photograph by Edward Steichen in the collection of The Met that captures a day in 1920 in his garden in Voulangis, France. A group of workmen, supervised by Constantin Brancusi are erecting a twenty-four foot high version of the artist’s Endless Column. The column is nearly horizontal, looking less like the modernist totem it became and more like what it was:…