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YUNHEE MIN + TAM VAN TRAN | THE BROOKLYN RAIL
YUNHEE MIN + TAM VAN TRAN | THE BROOKLYN RAIL
CRITICS PAGE: ABSTRACTION FEBRUARY 2024
ENRIQUE MARTÍNEZ CELAYA | MUSEO NACIONAL DE BELLAS ARTES DE LA HABANA
ENRIQUE MARTÍNEZ CELAYA | MUSEO NACIONAL DE BELLAS ARTES DE LA HABANA
LOS MUERTOS LLAMAN AL ALBA 15 FEBRUARY 2024
DANIEL RICH | JUXTAPOZ
DANIEL RICH | JUXTAPOZ
Daniel Rich's Rich Absence in an Exploration of "Parallels" 6 FEBRUARY 2024
PIA FRIES | KUNSTMUSEUM WINTERTHUR
PIA FRIES | KUNSTMUSEUM WINTERTHUR
FROM GERHARD RICHTER TO MARY HEILMANN: Abstract Art from Private Collections and the Museum’s Holdings 3 FEBRUARY - 28 APRIL 2024
PIA FRIES | PORTLAND MUSEUM OF ART
PIA FRIES | PORTLAND MUSEUM OF ART
+ COLLECTION 2 FEBRUARY - 28 APRIL 2024
ERIN LAWLOR | IRISH ARTS CENTER
ERIN LAWLOR | IRISH ARTS CENTER
RECLAIMING A SPACE 29 JANUARY - 23 JUNE 2024
RICO GATSON | TIMEOUT
RICO GATSON | TIMEOUT
A new art installation by Rico Gatson is brightening up Penn Station 26 January 2024
RICO GATSON | CBS NEWS
RICO GATSON | CBS NEWS
New York's Penn Station gets "glow up" with art installation by Rico Gatson 26 January 2024
BO BARTLETT | NEW YORK ACADEMY OF ART
BO BARTLETT | NEW YORK ACADEMY OF ART
BIG STORIES 26 JANUARY - 3 MARCH 2024
RICO GATSON | ART AT AMTRAK
RICO GATSON | ART AT AMTRAK
Untitled (Collective Light Transfer) 25 JANUARY - SUMMER 2024
FIONA RAE | FRANCE 24
FIONA RAE | FRANCE 24
Abstract artist Fiona Rae's messages 23 JANUARY 2024
JAMES SIENA | THE BROOKLYN RAIL
JAMES SIENA | THE BROOKLYN RAIL
BY ALFRED MAC ADAM 22 JANUARY 2024
JAMES SIENA | HYPERALLERGIC
JAMES SIENA | HYPERALLERGIC
The deepest pleasure of Siena’s drawings was giving up the search for what generated them and getting lost in the intricacies of the composition. 21 January 2024
EMILY MASON | THE NEW YORKER
EMILY MASON | THE NEW YORKER
NO ONE PAINTED COLOR LIKE EMILY MASON 17 JANUARY 2024
EMILY MASON | ARTSY
EMILY MASON | ARTSY
Late Painter Emily Mason’s Intuitive Abstractions Are Earning Overdue Acclaim 11 JANUARY 2024
ALEXANDER ROSS | YALE RADIO
ALEXANDER ROSS | YALE RADIO
INTERVIEW WITH BRAINARD CAREY 3 JANUARY 2024
EMILY MASON | APOLLO MAGAZINE
EMILY MASON | APOLLO MAGAZINE
GALLERY HIGHLIGHTS 2 JANUARY 2024
JACOB HASHIMOTO | US EMBASSY IN NAMIBIA
JACOB HASHIMOTO | US EMBASSY IN NAMIBIA
The Asymmetrical Mathematics of Memory 2023
EMILY MASON | ARTNET NEWS
EMILY MASON | ARTNET NEWS
Long-Overlooked Abstract Painter Emily Mason Finally Gets Her Due at a New York Show 19 DECEMBER 2023
PIA FRIES | KUNST IN SEEFELD
PIA FRIES | KUNST IN SEEFELD
TAUSEND : EINERLEI 16 DECEMBER 2023 - 17 MARCH 2024
EMILY MASON | 1STDIBS INTROSPECTIVE
EMILY MASON | 1STDIBS INTROSPECTIVE
WHY ABSTRACT PAINTER EMILY MASON'S STAR CONTINUES TO RISE 15 DECEMBER 2023
INKA ESSENHIGH |  New Surrealism: The Uncanny in Contemporary Painting
INKA ESSENHIGH | New Surrealism: The Uncanny in Contemporary Painting
BY ROBERT ZELLER
EMILY MASON | TOWN & COUNTRY
EMILY MASON | TOWN & COUNTRY
Emily Mason, A Painter Formerly Overlooked Among Her Male Peers, Is the Subject of a New Solo Exhibition focused on the 1970s 11 DECEMBER 2023
JACOB HASHIMOTO | MY MODERN MET
JACOB HASHIMOTO | MY MODERN MET
Suspended Paper Kite Installations Explore Artist’s East Asian and Western Identities in the Digital Age 6 DECEMBER 2023
ELISE ANSEL'S CORNBURY II ACQUIRED BY THE FARNSWORTH ART MUSEUM
ELISE ANSEL'S CORNBURY II ACQUIRED BY THE FARNSWORTH ART MUSEUM
APRIL GORNIK + FIONA RAE | MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM IN THE BROOKLYN RAIL
APRIL GORNIK + FIONA RAE | MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM IN THE BROOKLYN RAIL
REVIEW | 50 PAINTINGS DECEMBER 2023 - JANUARY 2024
BO BARTLETT | NEW YORK MAGAZINE
BO BARTLETT | NEW YORK MAGAZINE
FIGURES IN SUSPENSE 22 NOVEMBER - 6 DECEMBER 2023
Judy Pfaff | Sarasota Art Museum
Judy Pfaff | Sarasota Art Museum
Picking Up The Pieces 19 November 2023 - 24 March 2024
RICO GATSON | RIVERSIDE ART MUSEUM
RICO GATSON | RIVERSIDE ART MUSEUM
RICO GATSON: ICONS 18 NOVEMBER 2023 - 7 APRIL 2024
APRIL GORNIK + FIONA RAE | MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM
APRIL GORNIK + FIONA RAE | MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM
50 PAINTINGS 17 NOVEMBER 2023 - 23 JUNE 2024
WHITNEY BEDFORD | The Atkinson Gallery at Santa Barbara City College
WHITNEY BEDFORD | The Atkinson Gallery at Santa Barbara City College
New Landscapes Part I 1 NOVEMBER - 8 DECEMBER 2023
BO BARTLETT | ART & ANTIQUES
BO BARTLETT | ART & ANTIQUES
Moments of Lucidity November/December 2023
ADAA THE ART SHOW
ADAA THE ART SHOW
BOOTH #C9 1 - 5 NOVEMBER 2023
Amy Bennett | National Museum of Toys / Miniatures
Amy Bennett | National Museum of Toys / Miniatures
Transformations: New Perspectives on the Art of Miniatures 27 October 2023 - 20 May 2024
ENRIQUE MARTÍNEZ CELAYA | THE BROOKLYN RAIL
ENRIQUE MARTÍNEZ CELAYA | THE BROOKLYN RAIL
12 OCTOBER 2023
APRIL GORNIK | THE BROOKLYN RAIL
APRIL GORNIK | THE BROOKLYN RAIL
NEW SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT #916 10 OCTOBER 2023
ELISE ANSEL | LEHMAN COLLEGE ART GALLERY
ELISE ANSEL | LEHMAN COLLEGE ART GALLERY
FRAMING THE FEMALE GAZE: WOMEN ARTISTS AND NEW HISTORICISM 10 OCTOBER 2023 - 20 JANUARY 2024
PIA FRIES | KUNSTHALLE ZÜRICH
PIA FRIES | KUNSTHALLE ZÜRICH
MONOTYPES: Edition VFO at Kunsthalle Zürich 21 - 24 SEPTEMEBER 2023
Jacob Hashimoto | Design Milk
Jacob Hashimoto | Design Milk
Beautiful Glitches: Jacob Hashimoto’s New “Kite” Works 19 September 2023

The Disappointment Engine by Jacob Hashimoto featured in Design Milk

Isca Greenfield-Sanders | Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Isca Greenfield-Sanders | Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Paulson Fontaine Press: Prints by Isca Greenfield-Sanders Through January 2024
Douglas Melini | Smuin Contemporary Ballet
Douglas Melini | Smuin Contemporary Ballet
Set Design for Darrell Grand Moultrie's Salsa 'Til Dawn 15 September - 7 October 2023
JUDY PFAFF | NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN
JUDY PFAFF | NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN
Drawing as Practice 14 SEPTEMBER - 16 DECEMBER 2023
PIA FRIES | KUNSTHAUS GRENCHEN
PIA FRIES | KUNSTHAUS GRENCHEN
Unique in series: 75 years of Edition VFO 10 SEPTEMBER 2023 - 28 JANUARY 2024
Pia Fries | MASI Lugano
Pia Fries | MASI Lugano
From Albrecht Dürer to Andy Warhol Masterpieces from the Graphische Sammlung ETH Zürich 10 September 2023 – 7 January 2024
Artnet News
Artnet News
The Armory Show’s VIP Preview Opened With Brisk Sales and a Lot of Chatter About the Fair’s Future 8 September 2023
Judy Pfaff | The Anderson Gallery at Drake University
Judy Pfaff | The Anderson Gallery at Drake University
Freehand: Drawings and Prints by Judy Pfaff 7 September - 15 October 2023
The Armory Show
The Armory Show
Booth #332 7 - 10 September 2023

We are thrilled to return to The Armory Show for the fair's 2023 edition at the Javits Center.

 

April Gornik | Galerie Magazine
April Gornik | Galerie Magazine
8 Must-See Solo Gallery Shows in September 31 August 2023
Inka Essenhigh | Art & Antiques
Inka Essenhigh | Art & Antiques
flower power September / October 2023
Liz Nielsen | Artsy
Liz Nielsen | Artsy
11 Contemporary Artists Working in Abstract Photography 23 August 2023

Liz Nielsen is featured in Artsy's feature on contemporary abstract photographers.

JACOB HASHIMOTO | METRO ART
JACOB HASHIMOTO | METRO ART
THE ANCIENT FOREST
YUNHEE MIN | METRO ART
YUNHEE MIN | METRO ART
YOU ARE HERE
Elise Ansel | Galerie Magazine
Elise Ansel | Galerie Magazine
From New York to Los Angeles, 6 Not-to-Be-Missed Solo Gallery Shows in August 7 August 2023

Paul Laster writes on Elise Ansel: Sea Change for Galerie Magazine.

Raffi Kalenderian | Artnet News
Raffi Kalenderian | Artnet News
5 Trending Artists Grabbing the Attention of the Artnet Gallery Network This August 4 August 2023

Raffi Kalenderian's recent exhibition is featured in Artnet News.

Elise Ansel | The Brooklyn Rail
Elise Ansel | The Brooklyn Rail
Elise Ansel: Sea Change August 2023

Elise Ansel: Sea Change is reviewed by Alfred Mac Adam for The Brooklyn Rail.

Intersect Aspen Art Fair | Galerie Magazine
Intersect Aspen Art Fair | Galerie Magazine
Must-See Art and Design During Aspen Art Week 2 August 2023

Paul Laster features our booth in his coverage of Intersect Aspen Art Fair. 

PIA FRIES | PORTLAND MUSEUM OF ART
PIA FRIES | PORTLAND MUSEUM OF ART
lochtrop (2005) acquired by The PMA
Lisa Corinne Davis | The Hudson Review
Lisa Corinne Davis | The Hudson Review
At the Galleries Summer 2023

Karen Wilkin reviews Lisa Corinne Davis: You Are Here? in the Summer 2023 issue of The Hudson Review.

Sebastian Blanck + Isca Greenfield-Sanders | Women's Wear Daily
Sebastian Blanck + Isca Greenfield-Sanders | Women's Wear Daily
Sebastian Blanck and Isca Greenfield-Sanders Talk Art and Marriage 25 July 2023

Sebastian Blanck and Isca Greenfield-Sanders are featured in Women's Wear Daily.

Elise Ansel | Observer
Elise Ansel | Observer
Five Things to Do in New York's Art Scene June 24-28 24 July 2023

Elise Ansel: Sea Change is included in this week's NYC Arts roundup by Observer!

Amy Bennett | MFA Boston
Amy Bennett | MFA Boston
Tender Loving Care: Contemporary Art from the Collection 22 July 2023 - 28 July 2025

Amy Bennett's Delivery (2019) is on view at the Museum of Fine Art Boston through 2025.

Trudy Benson | Les Nouveaux Riches
Trudy Benson | Les Nouveaux Riches
Plastic Paintings 19 July 2023

Lauren Nickou reviews Trudy Benson's exhibition Plastic Paintings at Galerie Krinzinger.

Markus Linnenbrink | Brooklyn Magazine
Markus Linnenbrink | Brooklyn Magazine
6 Great Exhibits Featuring Work by Brooklyn Artists to Check Out This Summer 17 July 2023

Brooklyn Magazine's Vittoria Benzine reviews Markus Linnenbrink's "EVERYTHINGBETWEENTHESUNANDTHEDIRT" as a must-see show this summer.

Jim Isermann | Sound & Vision Podcast
Jim Isermann | Sound & Vision Podcast
Episode 378 13 July 2023

Listen to Jim Isermann's interview with Brian Alfred for the latest episode of Sound & Vision.

MARKUS LINNENBRINK | FLAMINGLOVEANDDESTINY
MARKUS LINNENBRINK | FLAMINGLOVEANDDESTINY
Published by Fundación DIDAC 7 July 2023

Markus Linnenbrink's new publication, FLAMINGLOVEANDDESTINY, features the artist's site-specific installations, published by Fundación DIDAC in collaboration with Galería Max Estrella. 

Natalie Frank | artnet news
Natalie Frank | artnet news
See Natalie Frank’s Highly Charged New Artworks Filled With Women Taming Lions, Long-Lost Loves, and Tumultuous Dreams 5 July 2023

Natalie Frank: The Raven and The Lion Tamer is featured in artnet news.

Natalie Frank | New York Magazine
Natalie Frank | New York Magazine
5 July 2023

Jerry Saltz reviews Natalie Frank: The Raven and The Lion Tamer for New York Magazine.

Pia Fries | ZKM Center for Art and Media
Pia Fries | ZKM Center for Art and Media
A New Look at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe's Collection 29 April 2023

As part of Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe's collection, Pia Fries's work is on view at the ZKM Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Germany. 

Liz Nielsen | Strohl Art Center at Chautauqua Institution
Liz Nielsen | Strohl Art Center at Chautauqua Institution
Sense of Place 25 June - 23 July 2023

Liz Nielsen is on view in Sense of Place at the Strohl Art Center at the Chautauqua Institution.

Markus Linnenbrink | Sound & Vision Podcast
Markus Linnenbrink | Sound & Vision Podcast
Episode 375 22 June 2023

Markus Linnenbrink is interviewed by Brian Alfred for Sound & Vision.

Jim Isermann | Cultured
Jim Isermann | Cultured
7 Queer Artists Shed Light on the LGBTQIA+ Creatives Who Came Before Them 22 June 2023

Jim Isermann contributes to Cultured's Pride feature, reflecting on the late Scott Burton. 

Whitney Bedford | Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Whitney Bedford | Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Inside/Outside 11 June 2023 - 18 February 2024

Whitney Bedford is on view at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art as part of the exhibition Inside/Outside.

Alexandra Grant | Art Summit
Alexandra Grant | Art Summit
Art, Love, and Activism: An Insightful Conversation with Alexandra Grant 11 June 2023

Carol Real of Art Summit interviews Alexandra Grant about her artistic practice. 

Rico Gatson | Art Critter
Rico Gatson | Art Critter
Visible Time at USFCAM June 2023

Rico Gatson: Visible Time at the USF Contemporary Art Museum is reviewed by Tom Winchester for Art Critter.

Inka Essenhigh's Forest with Dappled Light acquired by the Farnsworth Art Museum
Inka Essenhigh's Forest with Dappled Light acquired by the Farnsworth Art Museum

Congratulations to Inka Essenhigh on The Farnsworth Museum of Art's recent acquisition of Forest with Dappled Light (2022).

Jason Middlebrook | Athens Cultural Center
Jason Middlebrook | Athens Cultural Center
Kindred Spirits 2 June - 23 July 2023

Jason Middlebrook is included in the group exhibition Kindred Spirits at the Athens Cultural Center.

Rico Gatson | USF Contemporary Art Museum
Rico Gatson | USF Contemporary Art Museum
Visible Time 2 June - 29 July 2023

Rico Gatson: Visible Time is now on view at the USF Contemporary Art Museum.

RYAN MCGINNESS | BUFFALO AKG MUSEUM
RYAN MCGINNESS | BUFFALO AKG MUSEUM
Inaugural Collection Installation June 2023
Rico Gatson | ABC Action News
Rico Gatson | ABC Action News
Visible Time at USFCAM 1 June 2023
Bo Bartlett | The Florida Times-Union
Bo Bartlett | The Florida Times-Union
Bo Bartlett: Earthly Matters 1 June 2023

Bo Bartlett: Earthly Matters at MOCA Jacksonville is reviewed by Tom Szaroleta for The Florida Times-Union.

Beverly Fishman | The Brooklyn Rail
Beverly Fishman | The Brooklyn Rail
Beverly Fishman: Something For the Pain May 2023

Beverly Fishman: Something For the Pain is reviewed by Jason Stopa for The Brooklyn Rail.

Lisa Corinne Davis | The Brooklyn Rail
Lisa Corinne Davis | The Brooklyn Rail
Lisa Corinne Davis: You Are Here? May 2023

Lisa Corinne Davis: You Are Here? is reviewed by Barbara A. MacAdam for The Brooklyn Rail.

Bo Bartlett | MOCA Jacksonville
Bo Bartlett | MOCA Jacksonville
Earthly Matters 26 May - 10 September 2023

Bo Bartlett's exhibition Earthly Matters travels to MOCA Jacksonville, on view 26 May through 10 September.

Lisa Corinne Davis | Culture Type
Lisa Corinne Davis | Culture Type
New York: 10 Gallery Exhibitions Feature Works by Artists Fred Eversley, Bob Thompson, Mark Bradford, Lisa Corinne Davis, Kehinde Wiley, Zéh Palito & More 23 May 2023

Lisa Corinne Davis' exhibition You Are Here? is highlighted in Culture Type.

Alexandra Grant | Sound & Vision Podcast
Alexandra Grant | Sound & Vision Podcast
Episode 370 18 May 2023

Brian Alfred interviews Alexandra Grant for Sound & Vision.

Beverly Fishman | The New York Times
Beverly Fishman | The New York Times
What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries in May 17 May 2023

Beverly Fishman's exhibition Something For The Pain is reviewed by Max Lakin in The New York Times.

Inka Essenhigh | artnet news
Inka Essenhigh | artnet news
In Her Manhattan and Maine Studios, Artist Inka Essenhigh Creates Luminous, Ethereal Landscapes From Buckets of Paint and Coffee 16 May 2023

Inka Essenhigh is interviewed by Katie White for artnet news.

Beverly Fishman | Design Milk
Beverly Fishman | Design Milk
“Something For The Pain” Will Make You Look at Your Meds in a New Light 12 May 2023

Kelly Beall reviews Beverly Fishman's exhibition Something For The Pain in Design Milk.

Taipei Dangdai
Taipei Dangdai
Booth #E12 11 - 14 May 2023

Miles McEnery Gallery is pleased to exhibit at the 2023 edition of Taipei Dangdai. Presenting a three-person booth, the exhibition features works by Tomory Dodge, Beverly Fishman, and Raffi Kalenderian. 

Inka Essenhigh | Cultured Magazine
Inka Essenhigh | Cultured Magazine
NY Art Week Guide by Cultured Magazine + Arkive 10 May 2023

Inka Essenhigh's exhibition is included in Cultured Magazine + Arkive's NY Art Week Guide.

Bo Bartlett | Lyme Academy of Fine Arts
Bo Bartlett | Lyme Academy of Fine Arts
Cirque De La Vie 6 May - 30 June 2023

Cirque De La Vie, an exhibition of works by Bo Bartlett, is on view at the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts.

Inka Essenhigh | Galerie Magazine
Inka Essenhigh | Galerie Magazine
8 Must-See Gallery Shows Around the U.S. This May 2 May 2023

Inka Essenhigh's current exhibition is highlighted as a "Must-See" in Galerie Magazine this May. 

Rosson Crow Represented By Miles McEnery Gallery
Rosson Crow Represented By Miles McEnery Gallery
1 May 2023

Miles McEnery Gallery is pleased to announce representation of Rosson Crow.

Beverly Fishman | artpress
Beverly Fishman | artpress
Beverly Fishman: une ordonnance May 2023

Rebecca Hart's essay on Beverly Fishman is featured in issue 510 of artpress.

Pia Fries | Sprengel Museum
Pia Fries | Sprengel Museum
The Adventure of Abstraction 23 April 2023

Pia Fries' work is exhibited in The Adventure of Abstraction at the Sprengel Museum Hannover.

Shannon Finley | Berliner Zeitung
Shannon Finley | Berliner Zeitung
Farbenrausch mit Knospenknall: Shannon Finleys „Aftermathematics“ 21 April 2023

Shannon Finley's solo exhibition Aftermathematics at Mies van der Rohe Haus is reviewed by Ingeborg Ruthe in Berliner Zeitung.

DALLAS ART FAIR
DALLAS ART FAIR
Booth #G10 20 - 24 APRIL 2023
Shannon Finley | Mies van der Rohe Haus
Shannon Finley | Mies van der Rohe Haus
Aftermathematics 16 April - 25 June 2023

Shannon Finley's solo exhibition Aftermathematics at the Mies van der Rohe in Berlin is on view 16 April through 25 June 2023.

EXPO CHICAGO
EXPO CHICAGO
Booth #137 13 - 16 April 2023

Miles McEnery Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition of works by gallery artists at the 2023 edition of EXPO CHICAGO.

Patrick Philip Lee | Huntington Museum of Art
Patrick Philip Lee | Huntington Museum of Art
THE VISUAL ELEMENTS: VALUE 8 April - 23 July 2023
Kellie Jones Named Inaugural Hans Hofmann Professor of Modern Art
Kellie Jones Named Inaugural Hans Hofmann Professor of Modern Art
Columbia University 4 April 2023

Kellie Jones has been named the inaugural Hans Hofmann Professor of Modern Art, a new professorship established at Columbia University with a generous gift from the Renate, Hans and Maria Hofmann Trust.

Rico Gatson | EXPO CHICAGO OVERRIDE
Rico Gatson | EXPO CHICAGO OVERRIDE
A Billboard Project 3 - 24 April 2023

Works by Rico Gatson are on view throughout Chicago as part of EXPO CHICAGO's OVERRIDE | A Billboard Project.

Rico Gatson | Social Justice Billboard Project
Rico Gatson | Social Justice Billboard Project
NE Sculpture | Gallery Factory Spring 2023

Rico Gatson’s Untitled (Triple Consciousness) (2022) is on view as part of The Social Justice Billboard Project at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis.

Enrique Martínez Celaya | Museo Marino Marini
Enrique Martínez Celaya | Museo Marino Marini
Watching and Waiting: Enrique Martínez Celaya Selected Sculpture, 2005–2023 31 March – 29 May 2023

Watching and Waiting: Enrique Martínez Celaya Selected Sculpture 2005–2023 is on view 31 March – 29 May at the Museo Marino Marini in Florence.

Inka Essenhigh | Speed Art Museum
Inka Essenhigh | Speed Art Museum
Rounding the Circle: The Mary and Al Shands Collection 24 March - 6 August 2023

Inka Essenhigh is included in the exhibition Rounding the Circle: The Mary and Al Shands Collection, on view at the Speed Art Museum through 6 August.

Judy Pfaff | The Jewish Museum
Judy Pfaff | The Jewish Museum
After "The Wild": Contemporary Art from The Barnett and Annalee Newman Foundation Collection 24 March - 1 October 2023

Judy Pfaff is included in the exhibition After "The Wild": Contemporary Art from The Barnett and Annalee Newman Foundation Collection, on view at The Jewish Museum through 1 October 2023.

Ryan McGinness | The New York Times
Ryan McGinness | The New York Times
Ryan McGinness Reimagines The ‘We ❤️ NYC’ Logo 20 March 2023

Dodai Stewart shares Ryan McGinness' reimagining of the new 'We ♥️ NYC' logo. 

Pia Fries | Museo Villa dei Cedri
Pia Fries | Museo Villa dei Cedri
Print is a Battlefield 18 March - 20 August 2023

Pia Fries is included in the exhibition Print is a Battlefield at Museo Villa dei Cedri.

Pia Fries | Künstlerverein Malkasten
Pia Fries | Künstlerverein Malkasten
durch sieben siebe 14 March - August 2023

Pia Fries exhibition durch sieben siebe is on view through August 2023 at Lido Malkasten, Künstlerverein Malkasten.

Inka Essenhigh | Artsy
Inka Essenhigh | Artsy
The New Generation of Transcendental Painters 28 February 2023

Inka Essenhigh is included in Salomé Gómez-Upegui's Artsy article, The New Generation of Transcendental Painters.

Warren Isensee | Whitehot Magazine
Warren Isensee | Whitehot Magazine
Warren Isensee at Miles McEnery Gallery 23 February 2023

David Ambrose reviews Warren Isensee's current exhibition for Whitehot Magazine.

Bo Bartlett | The Uproar
Bo Bartlett | The Uproar
Verbatim: Getting to Know Bo Bartlett 22 February 2023

Reporter Jonathan Stringfellow interviews Bo Bartlett for Columbia University's, The Uproar. 

April Gornik | Cultured Magazine
April Gornik | Cultured Magazine
Love and Art Are Intertwined for These Four Artist Couples 14 February 2023

Aprik Gornik and her husband Eric Fischl are featured in Cultured Magazine.

Warren Isensee | New York Magazine
Warren Isensee | New York Magazine
25 Notable New Releases Over the Next Two Weeks 13 February 2023

Jerry Saltz reviews Warren Isensee's current exhibition for Vulture in New York Magazine.

Erin Lawlor | Green Family Art Foundation
Erin Lawlor | Green Family Art Foundation
The Cabin LA Presents: A Curated Flashback 11 February - 21 May 2023

Erin Lawlor's painting Majestic Mickey (2016) is on view in the exhibition The Cabin LA Presents: A Curated Flashback at the Green Family Art Foundation.

Bo Bartlett | Bo Bartlett Center
Bo Bartlett | Bo Bartlett Center
Earthly Matters 7 February - 28 April 2023

Earthly Matters is on view at the Bo Bartlett Center through 28 April 2023.

Warren Isensee | Artnet
Warren Isensee | Artnet
5 Intriguing Artists From the Artnet Gallery Network Who Have Caught Our Eye This Month 7 February 2023

Warren Isensee is featured as one of Artnet's February "5 Intriguing Artists."

Erin Lawlor | Artsy
Erin Lawlor | Artsy
5 Artists on Our Radar in February 2023 6 February 2023

Erin Lawlor is featured as one of Artsy's 5 Artists on Our Radar in February 2023.

Jason Middlebrook | Everson Museum of Art
Jason Middlebrook | Everson Museum of Art
Hoop Dreams: Basketball and Contemporary Art 4 February - 21 May 2023

Jason Middlebrook is featured in Hoop Dreams: Basketball and Contemporary Art, on view at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York. 

Installation view Kunsthaus Baselland 2023. Photo: Gina Folly © Pia Fries / 2023 ProLitteris, Zürich.
Pia Fries | Kunsthaus Baselland
3 February - 9 July 2023
AMY BENNETT | JUXTAPOZ MAGAZINE
AMY BENNETT | JUXTAPOZ MAGAZINE
Open Season, Open Home: An Interview with Amy Bennett 2 FEBRUARY 2023
"Do Si Do" by Warren Isensee, 2022
Warren Isensee | Widewalls
Endless Portals of Abstraction – Warren Isensee's Geometric Pieces Take Over Miles McEnery Gallery 2 February 2023

Warren Isensee's current exhibition is reviewed by Eli Anapur in Widewalls.

Douglas Melini | Tang Teaching Museum
Douglas Melini | Tang Teaching Museum
Triangles within a Square: Art and Mathematics 28 January – 23 April 2023

Douglas Melini's The Forms of Thought (2010) is on view in the exhibition Triangles within a Square: Art and Mathematics at the Tang Teaching Museum.

Video | Jacob Hashimoto: The Fractured Giant
Video | Jacob Hashimoto: The Fractured Giant
Boise Art Museum 21 January 2023
Jacob Hashimoto | Boise Art Museum
Jacob Hashimoto | Boise Art Museum
The Fractured Giant 21 January 2023

Jacob Hashimoto's site-specific installation, The Fractured Giant, is on view at the Boise Art Museum through January 2024. 

James Siena | University of the Arts
James Siena | University of the Arts
The Searchers 20 January - 16 March 2023

James Siena is included in the exhibition, The Searchers, presented by the Philadelphia Art Alliance at University of the Arts, now on view. 

Daniel Rich | Juxtapoz Magazine
Daniel Rich | Juxtapoz Magazine
Daniel Rich Makes Beauty Out of the "Flat Earth" 19 January 2023

Evan Pricco reviews Daniel Rich's Flat Earth in Juxtapoz Magazine. 

Rico Gatson | USF Contemporary Art Museum
Rico Gatson | USF Contemporary Art Museum
Poor People’s Art: A (Short) Visual History of Poverty in the United States 13 January - 4 March 2023

Rico Gatson is included in Poor People’s Art: A (Short) Visual History of Poverty in the United States, now on view at the USF Contemporary Art Museum. 

ART SG
ART SG
MARINA BAY SANDS EXPO AND CONVENTION CENTRE | SINGAPORE 12 - 15 JANUARY 2023
Erin Lawlor | Wellington Arch Museum
Erin Lawlor | Wellington Arch Museum
Invincible Summer 11 January - 19 March 2023

Invincible Summer, a solo exhibition of paintings by Erin Lawlor, is on view through 19 March at the Wellington Arch Museum in collaboration with Vigo Gallery.

Rico Gatson | Galerie Magazine
Rico Gatson | Galerie Magazine
From Coast to Coast, 8 Must-See Gallery Shows in January 2023 4 January 2023

Spectral Visions is featured in Galerie Magazine.

Alexandra Grant | The Los Angeles Times
Alexandra Grant | The Los Angeles Times
Alexandra Grant’s new coffee table book examines what it means to be a civic artist 20 December 2022
Rico Gatson | Air Mail
Rico Gatson | Air Mail
Rico Gatson: Spectral Visions 16 December 2022

Rico Gatson's exhibition Spectral Visions is included in the digital weekly of Air Mail

Rico Gatson | Cerebral Women
Rico Gatson | Cerebral Women
A Conversation with Rico Gatson 14 December 2022

Rico Gatson is featured on the Cerebral Women Art Talks podcast. 

Video | Jacob Hashimoto: This Particle of Dust
Video | Jacob Hashimoto: This Particle of Dust
Tampa Museum of Art December 2022
Jacob Hashimoto | Tampa Museum of Art
Jacob Hashimoto | Tampa Museum of Art
Jacob Hashimoto: This Particle of Dust December 2022 through December 2023

Jaocb Hashimoto's installation This Particle of Dust is on view through December 2023 at the Tampa Museum of Art.

Jim Isermann Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Jim Isermann Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
29 November 2022

Miles McEnery Gallery is pleased to announce representation of Jim Isermann.

James Siena | Hyperallergic
James Siena | Hyperallergic
By John Yau 23 November 2022

James Siena's solo exhibition at 525 West 22nd Street is reviewed by John Yau in Hyperallergic. 

Fiona Rae | The Brooklyn Rail
Fiona Rae | The Brooklyn Rail
By Barbara A. MacAdam November 2022

Fiona Rae's solo exhibition at 511 West 22nd Street is reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail.

Video | Franklin Evans | Museo MAXXI
Video | Franklin Evans | Museo MAXXI
perpetual studio 16 November 2022

Franklin Evans discusses his work perpetualstudio in the exhibition What a Wonderful World at Museo MAXXI.

Rico Gatson's Toni #2 acquired by the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
Rico Gatson's Toni #2 acquired by the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
Recent Acquisitions 16 November 2022

Rico Gatson's Toni #2 (2021) has been acquired by the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University in Durham, NC.

Fiona Rae | Artnet News
Fiona Rae | Artnet News
5 Novel and Noteworthy Artists From the Artnet Gallery Network We’re Watching This Month 15 November 2022

Fiona Rae is featured in Artnet News' November roundup.

Liz Nielsen | Collector Daily
Liz Nielsen | Collector Daily
By Loring Knoblauch 9 November 2022

Liz Nielsen's exhibition Edge of Forever is featured by Collector Daily

Alexandra Grant | Positive Art Center
Alexandra Grant | Positive Art Center
Mantra 5 NOVEMBER 2022 - 11 FEBRUARY 2023
ADAA THE ART SHOW
ADAA THE ART SHOW
Booth A5 2 - 6 November 2022
Norman Bluhm | Artforum
Norman Bluhm | Artforum
By Barry Schwabsky November 2022

Norman Bluhm's summer exhibition at 525 West 22nd Street is reviewed by Barry Schwabsky in the November issue of Artforum.

Jacob Hashimoto | Boise Art Museum
Jacob Hashimoto | Boise Art Museum
Fractured Giants 29 October 2022 - 21 January 2024

Jacob Hashimoto: Fractured Giants is on view through 21 January 2024 at the Boise Art Museum.

Bo Bartlett's Hurtsboro acquired by the Gibbes Museum of Art
Bo Bartlett's Hurtsboro acquired by the Gibbes Museum of Art
Charleston, SC October 2022

Bo Bartlett's painting Hurtsboro has been acquired by the Gibbess Museum of Art in Charleston, SC.

Trudy Benson | Rema Hort Mann Foundation: 25th Anniversary Gala Silent Benefit Auction 2022
Trudy Benson | Rema Hort Mann Foundation: 25th Anniversary Gala Silent Benefit Auction 2022
Through Tuesday, 1 November at 10:30pm

Trudy Benson's Kintsugi (2021) is available to bid on in the Rema Hort Mann Foundation's 25th Anniversary Gala Silent Benefit Auction 2022.

Liz Nielsen | The Wall Street Journal
Liz Nielsen | The Wall Street Journal
22 - 23 October 2022

Liz Nielsen's exhibition 'Edge of Forever' is featured in The Wall Street Journal

Judy Pfaff | Museum of New Art Portsmouth
Judy Pfaff | Museum of New Art Portsmouth
smokkfiskur: a tale 20 October 2022 - March 2023

Judy Pfaff's solo exhibition smokkfiskur: a tale is now on view at the Museum of New Art, Portsmouth, NH

Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Brooklyn Rail
Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Brooklyn Rail
October 2022

Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Foreigner's Song is reviewed by Irene Lyla Lee in The Brooklyn Rail

Brian Alfred | Kunst für Angeln e.V
Brian Alfred | Kunst für Angeln e.V
City, Country, Connectivity 10 October - 30 November 2022

Brian Alfred's work is featured in the exhibition City, Country, Connectivity at the Kunst für Angeln e.V.

Elizabeth Magill | Culture Catch
Elizabeth Magill | Culture Catch
Truth and Beauty 1 October 2022

Elizabeth Magill's solo exhibition Flag Iris is reviewed by Millree Hughes in Culture Catch

Esteban Vicente | The Wall Street Journal
Esteban Vicente | The Wall Street Journal
‘Joaquín Sorolla and Esteban Vicente: In the Light of the Garden’ Review: Art in FullFlower September 21, 2022

Richard B. Woodward reviews the Parrish Art Museum exhibtion, 'Joaquín Sorolla and Esteban Vicente: In the Light of the Garden,' pairing the late-career works of two Spanish-born masters who found inspiration in the green spaces of their home. 

Rico Gatson | McEvoy Foundation for the Arts
Rico Gatson | McEvoy Foundation for the Arts
Color Code 23 September 2022 - 21 January 2023

Rico Gatson is included in the exhibition Color Code at the McEvoy Foundation for the Arts.

Raffi Kalenderian | Sound & Vision
Raffi Kalenderian | Sound & Vision
Episode 336 22 September 2022

Brian Alfred interviews Raffi Kalenderian for his podcast, Sound & Vision.

James Siena | Art New England
James Siena | Art New England
September / October 2022

James Siena's upcoming exhibition is featured in the current issue of Art New England

David Allan Peters | Borusan Contemporary
David Allan Peters | Borusan Contemporary
Hybrid Spaces 17 September 2022 - 27 August 2023

David Allan Peters is included in the group exhibition Hybrid Spaces at Borusan Contemporary in Istanbul, Turkey.

Elliott Green | Berkshire Botanical Garden
Elliott Green | Berkshire Botanical Garden
Symbiosis (curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody) 16 September - 30 October 2022

Elliott Green is included in Symbiosis, a group exhibition curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody, at the Berkshire Botanical Garden.

Enrique Martínez Celaya | Artnet News
Enrique Martínez Celaya | Artnet News
14 September 2022

5 Talents From the Artnet Gallery Network We’re Keeping an Eye on as the Fall Season Kicks Off

Enrique Martínez Celaya | Artnet News
Enrique Martínez Celaya | Artnet News
11 September 2022

Spotlight: Cuban-Born Artist Enrique Martínez Celaya Conjures Themes of Identity and Longing in a Show of Allusive Recent Works in New York

The Armory Show
The Armory Show
Booth #330 9 - 11 September 2022

Miles McEnery Gallery is delighted to participate in the 2022 edition of The Armory Show. Presenting a selection of works by gallery artists, the exhibition includes Whitney Bedford, Jacob Hashimoto, Raffi Kalenderian, Fiona Rae, James Siena, and Patrick Wilson.

Bo Bartlett | The Gibbes Museum of Art
Bo Bartlett | The Gibbes Museum of Art
Earthly Matters 9 September 2022 - 15 January 2023

Bo Bartlett: Earthly Matters is now on view at The Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC.

Lisa Corinne Davis | Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation
Lisa Corinne Davis | Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation
Given Time 8 September 2022 - 25 February 2023

Lisa Corinne Davis' work is included in the exhibition Given Time at the Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Fountation.

Jacob Hashimoto Represented By Miles McEnery Gallery
Jacob Hashimoto Represented By Miles McEnery Gallery
7 September 2022

Miles McEnery Gallery is pleased to announce representation of Jacob Hashimoto.

Brian Alfred | Shoutout LA
Brian Alfred | Shoutout LA
Meet Brian Alfred | Artist, Professor, & Podcaster September 6, 2022

Brian Alfred featured in an interview with Shoutout LA. 

Enrique Martínez Celaya | Artnet News
Enrique Martínez Celaya | Artnet News
13 Buzzy Back-to-School Gallery Shows to See During Armory Week 6 September 2022

Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Foreigner's Song is featured in Artnet News' Armory Week exhibition roundup.

Enrique Martínez Celaya | Ocula Magazine
Enrique Martínez Celaya | Ocula Magazine
New York Exhibitions to See: Fall 2022 31 August 2022

Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Foreigner's Song is featured as one of Ocula Magazine's exhibitions to see in New York this fall.

Enrique Martínez Celaya | Air Mail
Enrique Martínez Celaya | Air Mail
August

Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Foreigner's Song is featured in this week's Air Mail

Jason Middlebrook | Laumeier Sculpture Park
Jason Middlebrook | Laumeier Sculpture Park
Forest Through the Trees 27 August -- 11 December 2022

Jason Middlebrook is included in the exhibition Forest Through the Trees at Laumeier Sculpture Park.

Jacob Hashimoto | Colossal
Jacob Hashimoto | Colossal
Jacob Hashimoto Relates How Layered Narratives and the Legacy of Landscape Abstraction Inform New Ways of Thinking About Space 23 August 2022

Colossal editor Kate Mothes interviews Jacob Hashimoto.

Rico Gatson | Luxury Defined by Christie's International Real Estate Magazine
Rico Gatson | Luxury Defined by Christie's International Real Estate Magazine
Creative Spirit: In The Studio with Rico Gatson 23 August 2022

The multidisciplinary artist’s bold and bright works shine a spotlight on the African-American experience and pay homage to some of its historical icons

Judy Pfaff | Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill
Judy Pfaff | Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill
16 August - 2 September 2022

Judy Pfaff's exhibition at Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill is now on view through 2 September 2022.

Michael Reafsnyder | Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
Michael Reafsnyder | Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
10 August 2022

Miles McEnery Gallery congratulates Michael Reafsnyder on being awarded a 2022 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant.

Esteban Vicente | Parrish Art Museum
Esteban Vicente | Parrish Art Museum
Joaquín Sorolla and Esteban Vicente: In the Light of the Garden 7 August - 16 October 2022

The Parrish Art Museum opens an exhibition featuring the work of Esteban Vicente in conversation with paintings by Joaquín Sorolla.

Rico Gatson: Wall to Wall | Birmingham Museum of Art
Rico Gatson: Wall to Wall | Birmingham Museum of Art
5 August 2022 - July 2023

Rico Gatson is the second artist to create murals for the Birmingham Museum of Art's Wall to Wall installation series.

Norman Bluhm, Millbrook Blues, 1976, oil on canvas, 84 x 96 inches
Norman Bluhm | Hyperallergic
Norman Bluhm’s Second Act 4 August 2022

John Yau's review of Norman Bluhm's solo exhibition is featured in Hyperallergic.

Beverly Fishman | The Detroit News
Beverly Fishman | The Detroit News
Artist Spotlight: Beverly Fishman 3 August 2022

Beverly Fishman is featured in The Detroit News for her exhibition Recovery at the MSU Broad Art Museum.

Esteban Vicente | Art & Antiques Magazine
Esteban Vicente | Art & Antiques Magazine
Glory in the Flower 15 July 2022

Lush and enchanting gardens were a continual muse for Spanish artists Sorolla and Vicente whose careers spanned different centuries.

Liz Nielsen | Strongroom
Liz Nielsen | Strongroom
Liz Nielsen: Forcefield 15 July - 30 September 2022

Forcefield, a large-scale, site-specific installlation, is on view at Newburgh's Dutch Reformed Church from sunset to midnight every night through 30 September 2022. 

ROY DOWELL | ARTILLERY
ROY DOWELL | ARTILLERY
ROY DOWELL AT THE LANDING 12 JULY 2022
Lisa Corinne Davis | Two Coats of Paint
Lisa Corinne Davis | Two Coats of Paint
Lisa Corinne Davis and Shirley Kaneda: Different strokes 12 July 2022

David Carrier reviews DUAL: Lisa Corinne Davis & Shirley Kaneda at the New York Studio School in Two Coats of Paint.

Lisa Corinne Davis | Two Coats of Paint
Lisa Corinne Davis | Two Coats of Paint
By David Carrier 12 July 2022

Lisa Corinne Davis and Shirley Kaneda: Different strokes

Danny Ferrell | Booooooom
Danny Ferrell | Booooooom
7 July 2022

Artist Spotlight: Danny Ferrell

Tomory Dodge | Brand Library & Art Center
Tomory Dodge | Brand Library & Art Center
Abstract Los Angeles: Four Generations 9 July- 2 September 2022

Tomory Dodge is included in Abstract Los Angeles: Four Generations at the Brand Library & Art Center through 2 September. 

Heather Gwen Martin | Tampa Bay Newspapers
Heather Gwen Martin | Tampa Bay Newspapers
Happenings: A&E News 8 June 2022

USF Contemporary Art Museum to open new exhibit

Wolf Kahn in his New York studio, 2019, Photo by Christopher Burke.
The Wolf Kahn Foundation | Art New England
The Wolf Kahn Foundation Refines its Focus July 2022

The recontextualization of Wolf Kahn's work will make it more accessible for researches, collectors, scholars, and the general public. 

Heather Gwen Martin | Creative Pinellas
Heather Gwen Martin | Creative Pinellas
A Lyrical Collaboration 5 July 2022

The Lyrical Moment: Modern and Contemporary Abstraction by Helen Frankenthaler and Heather Gwen Martin at the USF Contemporary Art Museum in Creative Pinellas

The Wolf Kahn Foundation & The Emily Mason | Alice Trumbull Mason Foundation
The Wolf Kahn Foundation & The Emily Mason | Alice Trumbull Mason Foundation
Summer 2022

Six cultural institutions to be awarded $800,000 in grant initiative honoring the joint legacy of the 62-years-married artists Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason

Rico Gatson | Birmingham Museum of Art
Rico Gatson | Birmingham Museum of Art
Light Play 25 June 2022 - 29 January 2023

Rico Gatson's "Untited (Flag IIII) is included in the exhibition Light Play at the Birmingham Museum of Art.

Heather Gwen Martin | USF Contemporary Art Museum
Heather Gwen Martin | USF Contemporary Art Museum
The Lyrical Moment: Modern and Contemporary Abstraction by Helen Frankenthaler and Heather Gwen Martin 17 June - 30 July 2022

The Lyrical Moment, an exhibition of works by Heather Gwen Martin and Helen Frankenthaler, is on view at the USF Contemporary Art Museum through 30 July 2022.

Lisa Corinne Davis represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Lisa Corinne Davis represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
13 June 2022

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce representation of Lisa Corinne Davis.

Lisa Corinne Davis | New York Studio School
Lisa Corinne Davis | New York Studio School
DUAL 9 June - 17 July 2022

Lisa Corinne Davis, alongside Shirley Kaneda, is featured in the exhibition DUAL at the New York Studio School through 17 July.

Rico Gatson | Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling
Rico Gatson | Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling
GEOMETRIES 4 June - 20 August 2022

Rico Gatson is included in the show "The Artist's Eye" at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Film Archive.

Markus Linnenbrink | Fundación DIDAC
Markus Linnenbrink | Fundación DIDAC
FLAMINGLOVEANDDESTINY 3 June - 11 September 2022

FLAMINGLOVEANDDESTINY, a site-specific installation by Markus Linnenbrink, is on view at Fundación DIDAC through 11 September 2022.

JACOB HASHIMOTO | NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
JACOB HASHIMOTO | NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
THE UNSCALABLE RAMPART OF TIME 2022
Brian Alfred | I Heard It In A Magazine
Brian Alfred | I Heard It In A Magazine
Brian Alfred of "Sound + Vision" 31 May 2022

Brian Alfred in conversation with Maria Vogel in Hii Magazine.

Inka Essenhigh | Center for Maine Contemporary Art
Inka Essenhigh | Center for Maine Contemporary Art
The View from Here 28 May - 11 September 2022

Inka Essenhigh is included in The View from Here at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art.

Franklin Evans | Museo MAXXI
Franklin Evans | Museo MAXXI
What a Wonderful World 26 May 2022 - 12 March 2023

Franklin Evans site-specific installation is included in the exhibition What a Wonderful World at Museo MAXXI.

Annie Lapin | Sound & Vision
Annie Lapin | Sound & Vision
Episode 318 19 May 2022

Annie Lapin in conversation with Brian Alfred.

Brian Alfred | Widewalls
Brian Alfred | Widewalls
Brian Alfred Brings Life and Work Stories of Artists in His New Book Why I Make Art 18 May 2022

Brian Alfred discusses his new book Why I Make Art in Widewalls.

Michael Reafsnyder | Air Mail
Michael Reafsnyder | Air Mail
Michael Reafsnyder at Miles McEnery Gallery 17 May 2022

Michael Reafsnyder's current exhibition reviewed in Air Mail.

Enrique Martínez Celaya | Monterey Museum of Art
Enrique Martínez Celaya | Monterey Museum of Art
The Fire of Heaven: Enrique Martínez Celaya and Robinson Jeffers 12 MAY - 9 OCTOBER 2022

The Fire of Heaven: Enrique Martínez Celaya and Robinson Jeffers is on view at the Monterey Museum of Art through 9 October.

Beverly Fishman | The Dayton Contemporary
Beverly Fishman | The Dayton Contemporary
CURE 5 May - 22 July 2022

Beverly Fishman's solo exhibition "CURE" is on view at The Dayton Contemporary through 22 July 2022. 

Yunhee Min | Metro Art Purple (D LINE) Extension Transit Project
Yunhee Min | Metro Art Purple (D LINE) Extension Transit Project
4 May 2022

Yunhee Min is one of the artists selected to create a site-specific artwork for the future Westwood/UCLA Station.

Elliott Green | snapSHOT of the art world
Elliott Green | snapSHOT of the art world
David Ebony's Top 10 / NYC Spring 29 April 2022

Elliott Green's exhibition at the gallery is one of David Ebony's top New York City shows this spring.

Rico Gatson | The Impact of Public Art on the Urban Landscape
Rico Gatson | The Impact of Public Art on the Urban Landscape
Panel Discussion 28 April 2022

Curator and advisor Lolita Cros in conversation with artists Bahar Behbahani, Rico Gatson, and MTA Arts & Design director Sandra Bloodworth.

The Wolf Kahn Foundation Exclusively Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
The Wolf Kahn Foundation Exclusively Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
25 April 2022

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce worldwide exclusive representation of the Wolf Kahn Foundation.

Brian Alfred | It's Nice That
Brian Alfred | It's Nice That
By Joey Levenson 22 April 2022

Brian Alfred's latest exhibition ponders an Earth void of humans

 

DALLAS ART FAIR
DALLAS ART FAIR
Booth #C1 21 - 24 April 2022
James Siena in his studio, New York, 2022.
James Siena represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
21 April 2022

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce representation of James Siena.

 

Fiona Rae represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Fiona Rae represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
20 April 2022

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce representation of Fiona Rae.

525 West 22nd Street, New York, NY
Now Open | 525 West 22nd Street
Miles McEnery Gallery to expand this spring, opening a fourth Chelsea location within four years 19 April 2022

Miles McEnery Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of a new gallery at 525 West 22nd Street this April. The new location will be the gallery’s fourth space in Chelsea, New York, providing an additional 7,000 square feet, bringing the gallery’s footprint to 26,000 square feet, across 22nd and 21st Streets.

Elliott Green | Hyperallergic
Elliott Green | Hyperallergic
By John Yau 13 April 2022

John Yau's review of Elliott Green's solo exhibition, 'Is It an Artificial Paradise or an Artificial Hell or Both?,' is featured in Hyperallergic.

Danny Ferrell | Juxtapoz Magazine
Danny Ferrell | Juxtapoz Magazine
Castle in the Sky: Danny Ferrell @ Miles McEnery, NYC 12 April 2022

Castle in the Sky, Danny Ferrell's inaugural solo exhibition at the gallery, reviewed in Juxtapoz Magazine.

EXPO CHICAGO
EXPO CHICAGO
BOOTH #139 7 - 10 APRIL 2022
Yunhee Min | 2022 Guggenheim Fellow
Yunhee Min | 2022 Guggenheim Fellow
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 7 April 2022

Yunhee Min has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

James Siena | Plus Magazine
James Siena | Plus Magazine
The artist discusses his early career in New York April 2022
Brian Alfred | Galerie Magazine
Brian Alfred | Galerie Magazine
By Paul Laster 1 April 2022

8 Fascinating New York Gallery Shows to See in April 2022

Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Baer Faxt
Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Baer Faxt
A Portrait of Enrique Martínez Celaya 31 March 2022

The Baer Faxt sits down with Cuban painter Enrique Martinez Celaya at UTA Artist Space in Los Angeles to paint a portrait of his own practice.

Danny Ferrell | Creative Boom
Danny Ferrell | Creative Boom
Danny Ferrell's luminous paintings of friends and loved ones evoke a sense of magic 31 March 2022

By Ayla Angelos

Inka Essenhigh + April Gornik | The Church
Inka Essenhigh + April Gornik | The Church
Empire of Water 27 March - 30 May 2022

Inka Essenhigh and April Gornik are included in the exhibition "Empire of Water" at The Church in Sag Harbor, NY.

Brian Alfred | Art Sense Podcast
Brian Alfred | Art Sense Podcast
Episode 38 15 March 2022

Brian Alfred interviewed on the podcast Art Sense.

Danny Ferrell | Metrosource
Danny Ferrell | Metrosource
Color Us Impressed: The Vibrant Vibes of Danny Ferrell 14 March 2022

By Kevin Perry

Pia Fries | Kunst Museum Winterthur
Pia Fries | Kunst Museum Winterthur
Nord — Süd: Perspectives on the Collection 12 March - 11 September 2022

Pia Fries is included in the exhibition Nord — Süd at Kunst Museum Winterthur

Roy Dowell | Arcade Project Zine
Roy Dowell | Arcade Project Zine
For the Love of Painting: Roy Dowell's Compositional Oddities 12 March 2022

By Kara Cox

Danny Ferrell | Out Traveler
Danny Ferrell | Out Traveler
Gay men and queer-identifying folks are colorfully centered in NYC exhibition. 12 March 2022

By Donald Padgett

Tom LaDuke | Whitehot Magazine
Tom LaDuke | Whitehot Magazine
Studio Visit/Interview with Tom LaDuke March 2022

Tom LaDuke featured in the March 2022 issue of Whitehot Magazine.

April Gornik | ARTLAWS
April Gornik | ARTLAWS
11 March 2022

April Gornik interviewed by Alex Zoppa and Robyn Rosenfeld on the podcast ARTLAWS.

Danny Ferrell | Maake Magazine
Danny Ferrell | Maake Magazine
Artist's Spotlight March 2022

Danny Ferrell interviewed in Issue 13 of Maake Magazine.

Roy Dowell | The Brooklyn Rail
Roy Dowell | The Brooklyn Rail
By D. Dominick Lombardi 9 March 2022

Roy Dowell's solo exhibition at 511 W 22nd Street reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail.

Erin Lawlor | The Financial Times
Erin Lawlor | The Financial Times
How To Give It... to the humanitarian effort in Ukraine 5 March 2022

Charities providing aid - and the fundraisers supporting them

Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Los Angeles Times
Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Los Angeles Times
By Leah Ollman 3 March 2022

With four L.A. shows, Enrique Martínez Celaya displays the breadth of his artistic range

Emily Eveleth | The Guardian
Emily Eveleth | The Guardian
By Nicola Miller 23 February 2022

Emily Eveleth’s doughnuts: Paintings good enough to eat

Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Art Newspaper
Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Art Newspaper
By Jonathan Griffin 17 February 2022

Enrique Martínez Celaya puts his mark on the Los Angeles map

Judy Pfaff | Sculpture Magazine
Judy Pfaff | Sculpture Magazine
By Leah Triplett Harrington 9 February 2022

"Judy Pfaff’s current installation of wall-hung works (on view through February 18, 2022) is aptly titled “opsins,” after the tiny proteins that calibrate color within the eye’s light-sensitive retinas." 

Ryan McGinness | Cool Hunting
Ryan McGinness | Cool Hunting
By Josh Rubin 8 February 2022

Interview: Ryan McGinness on NFTS and the Art World 

"Digital art has, up to this moment, relied on materialization and singular playback tools to be appreciated in the market. Not Anymore." 

Enrique Martínez Celaya | USC Fisher Museum of Art
Enrique Martínez Celaya | USC Fisher Museum of Art
SEA SKY LAND: towards a map of everything 2 February - 9 April 2022

Enrique Martínez Celaya's solo exhibition "SEA SKY LAND: towards a map of everything" is on view through 9 April 2022 at the USC Fisher Museum of Art.

Beverly Fishman | MSU Broad
Beverly Fishman | MSU Broad
Recovery 15 January - 7 August 2022

Beverly Fishman's solo exhibition "Recovery" is on view through 7 August 2022 at the MSU Broad Museum.

Liz Nielsen Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Liz Nielsen Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
5 January 2022

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is delighted to announce representation of Liz Nielsen. 

Hans Hofmann | Whitehot Magazine Review
Hans Hofmann | Whitehot Magazine Review
By D. Dominick Lombardi 2 January 2022

REVIEW: Hans Hofmann’s Chimbote Mural paintings, on view through the 29th of January at Miles McEnery Gallery, clearly articulate Hofmann’s dazzling contribution to the doctrines of Modern Art. Often times, when his name is mentioned in conversation, you might first hear what an important teacher he was, perhaps suggesting his artistic output was not quite equal to his teaching skills. For those individuals, you need to take a trip to 520 West 21st Street, where Hofmann’s true greatness as an artist is in full view.

Liz Nielsen | Artforum
Liz Nielsen | Artforum
By Annabel Osberg 23 December 2021

Liz Nielsen at Over the Influence Los Angeles 

"The twenty monumental photograms comprising Liz Nielsen’s show here, “I’d Like to Imagine You’re in a Place Like This,” are like mosaics of liquefied jewels. The artist refers to them as “light paintings,” and her early training in painting and printmaking certainly shines through."

Hans Hofmann | Forbes
Hans Hofmann | Forbes
By Chadd Scott 21 December 2021

Holiday With The Arts In America’s 10 Largest Cities

Markus Linnenbrink | MONA Portsmouth
Markus Linnenbrink | MONA Portsmouth
THEREARESPACESTHATBREATHE 14 December 2021

Portsmouth, NH—The Museum of New Art-Portsmouth (MONA) is proud to announce its inaugural exhibition, THEREARESPACESTHATBREATHE by Markus Linnenbrink. The exhibition includes a full room site-specific installation inspired by the architectural spaces of the Museum of New Art, sculptures, paintings, works on paper and ceramics. This exhibition will be a survey presentation of the artist’s oeuvre.

 

Rico Gatson | The Brooklyn Rail
Rico Gatson | The Brooklyn Rail
By Mary Ann Caws
HANS HOFMANN | CHIMBOTE MURALS
HANS HOFMANN | CHIMBOTE MURALS
9 December 2021
Beverly Fishman | Womenswear Daily
Beverly Fishman | Womenswear Daily
By Kristen Tauer 8 December 2021

Inside Beverly Fishman and Gary Lang’s ‘Zenax’ Exhibition at Library Street Collective

The joint exhibition in downtown Detroit presents new paintings by both artists.

Artnet News: Here Are 8 of Our Favorite Booths at Art Basel Miami Beach
Artnet News: Here Are 8 of Our Favorite Booths at Art Basel Miami Beach
2 December 2021
ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH
ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH
Booth #G4 1 - 4 December 2021
Alexander Ross Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Alexander Ross Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
23 November 2021

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is delighted to announce representation of Alexander Ross. 

Alexander Ross has been exhibiting his paintings and drawings throughout the United States and Europe for over twenty-five years. 

Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Huntington Library
Enrique Martínez Celaya | The Huntington Library
Borderlands November 2021 - Ongoing
DALLAS ART FAIR
DALLAS ART FAIR
Booth #C1 11 - 14 November 2021
ADAA ART SHOW
ADAA ART SHOW
Booth #A6 3 - 7 November 2021
Emily Eveleth | Hyperallergic
Emily Eveleth | Hyperallergic
Review by John Yau 28 October 2021

How Much Syrup Can a Doughnut Leak?

Emily Eveleth’s paintings of doughnuts are lurid, funny, unsettling, sexy, off-putting, luscious, puffy, bawdy, and excessive.

Rico Gatson | Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Rico Gatson | Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Black American Portraits 7 November 2021

Rico Gatson's work Bird, 2015 is included in the exhibition "Black American Portraits" on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art through 17 April 2022.

IN CONVERSATION | TRUDY BENSON "WAVES"
IN CONVERSATION | TRUDY BENSON "WAVES"
21 October 2021
Tom LaDuke | TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art
Tom LaDuke | TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art
21 October 2021

TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is an annual contemporary art auction held in the Richard Meier-designed Rachofsky House in Dallas, benefiting two organizations—the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.

Thanks to the phenomenal support of the dealer and artist community, corporate sponsors, and Dallas patrons, TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art’s annual benefit gala dinner and art auction has raised over $93 million in its 21-year history in support of amfAR’s AIDS research initiatives and the DMA’s contemporary art acquisition program.

Douglas Melini | Two Coats of Paint
Douglas Melini | Two Coats of Paint
Transformation: Douglas Melini’s new work at Miles McEnery by Sharon Butler 8 October 2021
Trudy Benson | Interview by Mercer Contemporary
Trudy Benson | Interview by Mercer Contemporary
Artist to Watch: Trudy Benson 7 October 2021
Lisa Corinne Davis | BOMB Magazine
Lisa Corinne Davis | BOMB Magazine
Fluid Interpretations: Lisa Corinne Davis Interviewed by Leslie Wayne 30 September 2021

Leslie Wayne interviews Lisa Corinne Davis in BOMB Magazine.

Amy Bennett | Acquired by The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Amy Bennett | Acquired by The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
30 September 2021

Amy Bennett's painting Delivery, 2019 was acquired by The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston as a promised gift of The American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Miles McEnery Now Represents Enrique Martínez Celaya | ARTnews
Miles McEnery Now Represents Enrique Martínez Celaya | ARTnews
By Tessa Solomon, Angelica Villa 30 September 2021

ARTnews in Brief: Miles McEnery Gallery Now Represents Enrique Martínez Celaya

Miles McEnery Gallery in New York now represents Los Angeles–based artist Enrique Martínez Celaya, who will have his first solo exhibition at the gallery in fall 2022.

Franklin Evans at Miles McEnery Gallery | Artforum
Franklin Evans at Miles McEnery Gallery | Artforum
By Colby Chamberlain 28 September 2021
Enrique Martínez Celaya Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Enrique Martínez Celaya Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
23 September 2021

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is delighted to announce representation of Enrique Martínez Celaya. 

Enrique Martínez Celaya is a widely celebrated artist, author, and former scientist, who has been actively working for three decades. His multifaceted body of work connects art to literature and poetry, philosophy, and science, all of which are incorporated into his paintings, sculptures, and installations.

Inka Essenhigh | New Time: Art and Feminisms in the 21st Century
Inka Essenhigh | New Time: Art and Feminisms in the 21st Century
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive 22 September 2021

The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive is pleased to present "New Time: Art and Feminisms in the 21st Century," a group exhibition featuring Inka Essenhigh and seventy-six artists and collectives. 

"The exhibition is organized around eight themes: hysteria; the gaze; revisiting historical subjects through a feminist lens; the fragmented female body; gender fluidity; labor, domesticity, and activism; female anger; and feminist utopias."

The exhibition will remain on view until 30 January 2022.

THE ARMORY SHOW
THE ARMORY SHOW
Booth #318 9 - 12 September 2021
Beverly Fishman | Contemporary Art Review LA
Beverly Fishman | Contemporary Art Review LA
By Neyat Yohannes 26 August 2021
Trudy Benson | 9 Artists Who Made Major Gallery Moves This Summer
Trudy Benson | 9 Artists Who Made Major Gallery Moves This Summer
By Kaylie Felsberg 30 August 2021

The right partnership between an artist and a gallery is one that fosters growth and helps to move an artist’s career forward. For many artists, joining a new gallery can often open up different possibilities when it comes to their practice. It also often introduces their work to a wider net of curators and collectors. The relationship between gallery and artist has become all the more crucial as the world slowly begins to open back up after a year and a half of disruption brought on by the ongoing pandemic. Below, we highlight nine artists who made major gallery moves this past summer.

JACOB HASHIMOTO | PALMER MUSEUM OF ART
JACOB HASHIMOTO | PALMER MUSEUM OF ART
Global Asias: Contemporary Asian and Asian American Art from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation 28 AUGUST - 12 DECEMBER 2021
EMILY EVELETH | ZILLMAN ART MUSEUM
EMILY EVELETH | ZILLMAN ART MUSEUM
FUTURE POSSESSIVE 17 AUGUST - 30 DECEMBER 2021
JACOB HASHIMOTO | UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM
JACOB HASHIMOTO | UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM
THE OTHER SUN 17 AUGUST 2021 - 17 AUGUST 2022
NEWS |  FALL PROGRAM
NEWS | FALL PROGRAM

MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce our fall program.  

Tom LaDuke | Snapshot
Tom LaDuke | Snapshot
Review by David Ebony 20 July 2021

David Ebony’s Top 10 New York City Gallery Highlights

Amy Bennett | Heydays
Amy Bennett | Heydays
MTA 86 St (R) station August 2021

Amy Bennett's mural Heydays (2011-2021) located in the 86 St (R) Station has been expanded with the station's recent construction

Franklin Evans | Whitehot Magazine
Franklin Evans | Whitehot Magazine
Podcast Episode 8 July 2021

Alexandra Goldman sits down with artist Franklin Evans to discuss his two current exhibitions at Miles McEnery Gallery, fugitivemisreadings at 520 West 21st Street, and YOU AGAIN curated by Franklin Evans at 511 West 22nd Street, as well as his current museum show Franklin Evans: franklinsfootpaths at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa.

Franklin Evans | Hyperallergic
Franklin Evans | Hyperallergic
Review by John Yau 3 July 2021

What to Do About the Artists in Your Studio

If Philip Guston wanted everyone, including himself, to leave his studio, Franklin Evans seems to be inviting everyone in.

IN CONVERSATION | FRANKLIN EVANS "FUGITIVEMISREADINGS"
IN CONVERSATION | FRANKLIN EVANS "FUGITIVEMISREADINGS"
24 June 2021
'Light' Curated by Rico Gatson | Portray Magazine
'Light' Curated by Rico Gatson | Portray Magazine
Review by Andrea Lledo 6 June 2021

“In nature, light creates the color. In the picture, color creates the light. Perhaps we can all appreciate some light after the dark.” Hans Hoffman 

What better way to begin a new journey, a new path and the re-opening of society than with something that illuminates our eyes and our souls?  The newest show, LIGHT, has conquered and is shining brightly on the walls of Miles McEnery’s newly renovated thrid Chelsea location.

Patrick Wilson | San José Museum of Art
Patrick Wilson | San José Museum of Art
Break + Bleed 4 June 2021 - 3 April 2022

Patrick Wilson's work The Poetry of Construction is included in the exhibition "Break + Bleed" at the San José Museum of Art, on view through 3 April 2022.

Franklin Evans | ARTnews
Franklin Evans | ARTnews
Article by Francesca Aton 4 June 2021

Artist Franklin Evans Amplifies Joy in His Immersive Paintings and Installations

Heather Gwen Martin | Sound & Vision
Heather Gwen Martin | Sound & Vision
Episode 269 3 June 2021

Heather Gwen Martin in conversation with Brian Alfred.

Pia Fries | Frontera D
Pia Fries | Frontera D
Review by Jonathan Goodman 21 May 2021

Pia Fries: The Limits of Expressionist Abstraction

"It is important to point out that European artists were able to develop independent ways of working within the general language of expressionist abstraction, whose boundaries, at the time, were seemingly endless and open to nuances of all sorts. In Pia Fries’s case, not only was she influenced by current thinking in abstract art, in the body of work described, she links her work to an extended study of Hendrik Goltzius, the Mannerist painter whose etching of Hercules is an inspiration."

Record-Breaking Sales for Kahn and Mason at Christie’s
Record-Breaking Sales for Kahn and Mason at Christie’s
“Fields of Vision: The Private Collection of Artists Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason” 21 May 2021

NEW YORK, NY - MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce results for Christie’s “Fields of Vision: The Private Collection of Artists Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason.” The auction included an online sale that took place from 6 May - 20 May 2021, with a dedicated live sale on 18 May 2021.

Trudy Benson Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Trudy Benson Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
19 May 2021

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is delighted to announce its representation of Trudy Benson.

Reminiscent of 1980s computer graphics and early image manipulation programs, Benson’s abstract paintings form a digital language that elicit sensations of nostalgia. What distinguishes Benson’s work from digital image-making techniques of the past is her attention to the experience of seeing and handling the dynamic nature of paint. As an artist, Trudy Benson recognizes the importance of referencing the past while also positioning herself in a place to move and grow beyond the history in which her work developed.

Danny Ferrell Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Danny Ferrell Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
19 May 2021

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is delighted to announce its representation of Danny Ferrell.

Danny Ferrell’s portraits are visions of intimate daydreams representing the artist’s friends and peers. Colorful, gregarious, and with a deep appreciation for beauty, the artist is “humbled by the ineffable cosmic hand that imbues our world with magic.” This is manifested in the artist’s alluring muses, abundant in life and color.

IN CONVERSATION | BO BARTLETT
IN CONVERSATION | BO BARTLETT
13 May 2021
Franklin Evans | Art in America
Franklin Evans | Art in America
Article by Francesca Aton 3 May 2021

Six Must-See Exhibitions in Chelsea This Summer

Jacob Hashimoto | designboom
Jacob Hashimoto | designboom
jacob hashimoto on his richly-layered compositions and creating complex cultural landscapes 4 May 2021

designboom spoke with jacob hashimoto about how his upbringing has shaped his creative principles, the loss of materiality and traditional ways of making, and relying on the small things in life.

Beverly Fishman | Sculpture Magazine
Beverly Fishman | Sculpture Magazine
Review by Jan Garden Castro 26 April 2021

The untitled sculptures and reliefs in Beverly Fishman’s recent show, “I Dream of Sleep,” hide dark subject matter behind attractive appearances. Silky-looking surfaces and smooth, geometric forms fool the eye with a calm, soothing demeanor. Muted pastel colors add the kind of sleek, impersonal veneer associated with corporate headquarters, modern homes, and other objects of contemporary design denoting easy success and reassuring outcomes. 

The 10 Best Booths at EXPO Chicago's Online Edition | Artsy
The 10 Best Booths at EXPO Chicago's Online Edition | Artsy
Review by Justin Kamp 10 April 2021

More than a year after the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic set in and art fairs around the world canceled their plans for the foreseeable future, Chicago’s EXPO fair is holding its 2021 edition online, rescheduled from the fair’s usual in-person time slot in September. This year’s edition, known as EXPO CHGO ONLINE, gathers presentations from more than 80 U.S. and international galleries showcasing both contemporary upstarts and well-known figures working in painting, sculpture, fiber art, and much more.

EXPO CHGO ONLINE
EXPO CHGO ONLINE
8 - 12 APRIL 2021
Beverly Fishman | NAD Now
Beverly Fishman | NAD Now
In Conversation: Beverly Fishman, New National Academician 6 April 2021

Beverly Fishman is interviewed by Gregory Wessner for NAD Now: The Journal of the National Academy of Design.

Ryan McGinness | Sound & Vision
Ryan McGinness | Sound & Vision
Episode 258 1 April 2021

Ryan McGinness in conversation with Brian Alfred.

Douglas Melini | Ocula Magazine
Douglas Melini | Ocula Magazine
EXPO CHGO ONLINE 2021 Highlights 1 April 2021

EXPO CHGO ONLINE, organised by EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, is a curated digital exposition featuring 81 galleries, running between 8 and 12 April 2021. Ocula Magazine selects six artwork highlights.

Suzanne Caporael | Whitehot Magazine
Suzanne Caporael | Whitehot Magazine
Review by Jonathan Goodman 30 March 2021

The mostly abstract painter Suzanne Caporael’s eighth show at Miles McEnery offers an excellent exposure to her direct, but not simple, nonobjective lyricism, often linked to nature. Her work consists of images and patterns that sometimes lean in the direction of feasible recognition, but, generally, the paintings enact schemes that are delightful in their own right, without being accessible in a realist sense.

Bo Bartlett | Sound & Vision
Bo Bartlett | Sound & Vision
Episode 256 18 March 2021

Bo Bartlett in conversation with Brian Alfred.

Emily Mason | Architectural Digest
Emily Mason | Architectural Digest
Article by Osman Can Yerebakan 5 March 2021

6 Historically Undersung Female Artists to Know About Now

As if a series of new shows and Women’s History Month weren’t reasons enough

Emily Mason | New York Magazine
Emily Mason | New York Magazine
Article by Wendy Goodman 1 March, 2021

Artist Emily Mason’s 4,700-Square-Foot Studio Is Just As She Left It.

She painted there for 40 years.

The artist Emily Mason died at age 87 in December 2019, but you can still feel the joyful presence of her work in her bright studio in the Flatiron District. She painted here for 40 years (in the winter months, anyway; from May to October, she worked at her country place in Vermont). 

Emily Mason | Art in America
Emily Mason | Art in America
Review by Jackson Arn 11 February, 2021

CONSISTENTLY COOL

Emily Mason passed away in 2019 at the age of 87. She left behind two daughters, four grandchildren, innumerable adoring friends, and one of the most sustainedly dazzling bodies of work in postwar American painting. 

Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason | The Brooklyn Rail
Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason | The Brooklyn Rail
Review by David Ebony 3 February 2021

A rare opportunity to compare and contrast the work of two very different painters

"Artists, lovers, life-partners, art-world rivals, benefactors, and luminaries, Emily Mason (1932–2019) and Wolf Kahn (1927–2020) were all of these things—and more. Miles McEnery Gallery has devoted each of its two spaces to the first posthumous solo gallery exhibitions for the couple, who died within months of each other after more than sixty years of marriage. The shows offer a rare opportunity to compare and contrast the work of two very different painters—one abstract and the other figurative—who shared a passion for vibrant color, the bucolic landscapes of Vermont and Italy, and who both aimed in their works for pure, soul-baring expressivity."

Emily Mason | The Brooklyn Rail
Emily Mason | The Brooklyn Rail
Review by Elizabeth Buhe 3 February 2021

"In looking at the canvases of Emily Mason now on view at Miles McEnery, however, we sense not so much a relation to a certain place or thing, but a lifetime of visual experiences put down onto canvas through a keen process of filtering, something like Joan Mitchell’s translation of the gardens of Vétheuil in her soaring panels of the 1970s and ’80s. The result in Mason’s work is necessarily nonspecific yet points nonetheless toward layers of feeling: light reflected off a rippling canal, a gleaming gold surface, flowers in mid-summer."

Emily Mason | The New York Times
Emily Mason | The New York Times
Review by Will Heinrich 27 January 2021

4 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

Jack Pierson’s assembled works; Marsha Pels’s conceptual jewels; Gordon Hookey’s takes on racism; and Emily Mason’s exuberant abstract paintings.

EMILY EVELETH | FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM
EMILY EVELETH | FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM
Birds of the Northeast: Gulls to Great Auks 22 JANUARY - 14 MAY 2021
Inka Essenhigh | Whitehot Magazine
Inka Essenhigh | Whitehot Magazine
Review by Donald Kuspit January 2021

Idiosyncratic Nature: Donald Kuspit on Inka Essenhigh’s Flowers and Patrice Charbonneau’s Shoals

"Essenhigh’s paintings are indebted to, not to say inspired by, traditional art, not only because they make use of classical myth, however much her figures may be transformed into surreal mirages, but because of their meticulous, even exquisite execution, her mastery of sprezzatura, the art that conceals art, and their baroque-like character, not to say their idiosyncratic beauty."

EMILY EVELETH | INTERVIEWS IN EXCELLENCE
EMILY EVELETH | INTERVIEWS IN EXCELLENCE
FIVE QUESTIONS FOR ARTIST EMILY EVELETH 19 JANUARY 2021
Inka Essenhigh | The Nation
Inka Essenhigh | The Nation
Review by Barry Schwabsky 19 January 2021

When the Painting Has Really Begun
On the mid-career work of Cecily Brown and Inka Essenhigh.

"Musings on the fate of judgment have been much on my mind since seeing exhibitions by a couple of painters, Inka Essenhigh and Cecily Brown, who in the late 1990s seemed to me without doubt to be among the most promising painters on the New York scene. They recently exhibited their latest efforts in New York, at the Miles McEnery Gallery and the Paula Cooper Gallery, respectively." 

Emily Mason | Hyperallergic
Emily Mason | Hyperallergic
Review by Dessane Lopez Cassell 13 January 2021

Your Concise New York Art Guide for January 2021

Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very New York art events this month.

Emily Mason | Forbes
Emily Mason | Forbes
Review by Chad Scott 11 January 2021

Emily Mason Connects Visitors To Height Of Abstract Expressionism In New Show At Miles McEnery Gallery

Emily Mason | Hyperallergic
Emily Mason | Hyperallergic
Review by Karen Chernick 11 January 2021

With a Room of Her Own, Emily Mason’s Ethereal Abstractions Bloomed


Mason’s expansive Chelsea studio became her tuning fork — the barometer she used to check that colors and shapes were humming at the right frequency.
 

Emily Mason | Air Mail
Emily Mason | Air Mail
9 January 2021

A Monthly Culture Matrix for the Cosmopolitan Traveler

Arts Intel Report

Emily Mason: Chelsea Paintings

Until February 13 Miles McEnery Gallery - New York - Art

Douglas Melini Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Douglas Melini Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
9 January 2021

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is delighted to announce its representation of Douglas Melini.

Douglas Melini is a mixed media artist whose paintings and collages investigate color and space. His hard-edged abstract paintings use color, geometry and pattern to create an eccentric visual experience for the viewer.

Annie Lapin | Artsy
Annie Lapin | Artsy
Art Trends to Watch in 2021: Return to Nature 6 January 2021

By Shannon Lee

This January, Artsy is launching a series of three features to spotlight the trends we’re watching in 2021. The artists here are making works that range from aquatic tapestries and abstracted landscape paintings to lush drawings and vegetal ceramics. Their works are prime examples of what we expect to be a growing trend in 2021.

Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason | The New Criterion
Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason | The New Criterion
Review by James Panero 4 January 2021

The Critic's Notebook

On William Barents, paintings by Wolf Kahn & Emily Mason, Franz Schubert & more from the world of culture.

Rico Gatson | The New Criterion
Rico Gatson | The New Criterion
Review by James Panero Art January 2021

Gallery Chronicle

On “Sam Gilliam: Existed Existing” at Pace Gallery, New York, “Martin Puryear” at Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, “Jack Whitten: I Am the Object” at Hauser & Wirth, New York & “Rico Gatson: Ghosts” at Miles McEnery Gallery, New York.

Lisa Corinne Davis | Hyperallergic
Lisa Corinne Davis | Hyperallergic
Beer With a Painter: Lisa Corinne Davis 26 December 2020

Jennifer Samet sits down with Lisa Corinne Davis.

Rico Gatson | The Art Newspaper
Rico Gatson | The Art Newspaper
Three Exhibitions to See in New York This Weekend 4 December 2020

From Rico Gatson’s mystical investigation of Blackness to Audrey B. Heckler’s prolific collection of Outsider art

By Wallace Ludel and Gabriella Angeleti

Our editors and writers scour the city each week for the most thoughtful, relevant and exciting new exhibitions and artworks on view at galleries, museums and public venues across all five boroughs of New York. This week we recommend:

 

ART BASEL OVR MIAMI BEACH
ART BASEL OVR MIAMI BEACH
2 - 6 DECEMBER 2020
Sound & Color | Juxtapoz
Sound & Color | Juxtapoz
Review by Sasha Bogojev 25 November, 2020

Miles McEnery Gallery is currently having a group exhibition Sound & Color on view at their 511 West 22nd Street location, and we just couldn't resist its stellar lineup. Curated by Brian Alfred, the host of the renowned Sound & Vision podcast, the exhibition muses with the inseparable connection between the music visual art.

IN CONVERSATION | RICO GATSON "GHOSTS"
IN CONVERSATION | RICO GATSON "GHOSTS"
19 November 2020
IN CONVERSATION | RAFFI KALENDERIAN
IN CONVERSATION | RAFFI KALENDERIAN
19 November 2020
Sound & Color | Artnet News
Sound & Color | Artnet News
Review by Neha Jambhekar 16 November, 2020

Editors’ Picks: 19 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From a Talk With Ruth Asawa’s Children to a Virtual Trip to Manifesta

Here's what to look out for this week.

Annie Lapin | Art & Antiques
Annie Lapin | Art & Antiques
Review by John Dorfman November 2020

"Annie Lapin’s paintings are like portals. Step inside, and you find yourself in a disquieting landscape, unfamiliar and yet eerily familiar at the same time. They shimmer with possibilities, almost in a quantum state, to the point that if you look, turn away, and then look again, you could swear that something has moved. In her works, which are basically acrylic on canvas with some mixed media elements, the compositions are discontinuous, so that fragments of landscape are interspersed with passages of pure color and form, so that it’s impossible to categorize the paintings as figurative or abstract."

Bo Bartlett | Dan's Papers
Bo Bartlett | Dan's Papers
Interview with Lee Meyer 12 November 2020

"Bo Bartlett talks about this week’s cover, inspired by an experience he had in Maine, as well as his new feature film, his family and more."

Ryan McGinness | Whitehot Magazine
Ryan McGinness | Whitehot Magazine
Interview by Noah Becker 4 November 2020

Mindscapes: Noah Becker Interviews the Cool and Famous Painter Ryan McGinness

"I finally found an opportunity to interview Ryan McGinness, the rather famous New York artist we all know and love. He has a new show called "Mindscapes" featuring 72 paintings on at New York's Miles McEnery Gallery. The exhibition runs from October 15th to November 14th, 2020." 

Inka Essenhigh | Artnet News
Inka Essenhigh | Artnet News
Review by Caroline Goldstein 4 November 2020

ON VIEW: American Painter Inka Essenhigh’s Surrealist Scenes Offer a Very Enjoyable Distraction From the News—See Them Here

"Escape from the stress of the day with these luscious, fantastical landscapes."

 

Beverly Fishman | The Brooklyn Rail
Beverly Fishman | The Brooklyn Rail
Review by William Corwin 26 October 2020

ArtSeen | Beverly Fishman: I Dream of Sleep

For those of my generation, the first scene of Star Wars: A New Hope is embedded in collective memories. The rebel soldiers, soft, fleshy, and clad in pliable fabric, watch a plasma torch cutting through a bulkhead. Seconds later a stream of imperial stormtroopers emerge, their surfaces shiny, plastic, and impermeable, the clean lines of their armor inviting both fear and admiration. The delineation is clear: messy and flexible is good, while there is something sinister about the hard, shiny, or uniform. Beverly Fishman’s I Dream of Sleep, however, embraces this Imperial aesthetic.

Beverly Fishman | Arts Magazine
Beverly Fishman | Arts Magazine
Review by Rob Colvin 23 October 2020

"Arts Magazine reviews Beverly Fishman’s exhibition “I Dream of Sleep” at Miles McEnery Gallery. Fishman’s abstract reliefs and sculptural works take a “heady” psychological approach to abstraction – inspired by pharmacology – rather than obsess over “materiality” of paint and surface in the way men have often done in abstraction’s history."

Beverly Fishman | National Academy of Design
Beverly Fishman | National Academy of Design
Virtual Induction Ceremony 22 October 2020

The National Academy of Design will host a virtual induction of fifteen artists, including gallery artist, Beverly Fishman.

The public induction will take place via Zoom on 28 October at 6pm ET. 

Inka Essenhigh | Fine Art Globe
Inka Essenhigh | Fine Art Globe
Review by Ken Kurson 21 October 2020

Chelsea Explodes in Color: Inka Essenhigh exhibits new paintings at Miles McEnery Gallery

"A quick trip through the Chelsea show makes it obvious why Essenhigh’s stock is rising. In these colorful, dreamlike images, one can spot influences ranging from comic books to anime. But this isn’t really pop art nor is it completely surreal. Often there are straightforward representations, but the longer one looks the more one notices something’s just a little off in a way that evokes the psychology of the greatest fairytales."

IN CONVERSATION WITH INKA ESSENHIGH
IN CONVERSATION WITH INKA ESSENHIGH
15 October 2020
ERIC SHINER IN CONVERSATION WITH INKA ESSENHIGH AND RYAN MCGINNESS
ERIC SHINER IN CONVERSATION WITH INKA ESSENHIGH AND RYAN MCGINNESS
15 October 2020
RYAN MCGINNESS: MINDSCAPES PART III
RYAN MCGINNESS: MINDSCAPES PART III
15 October 2020
RYAN MCGINNESS: MINDSCAPES PART II
RYAN MCGINNESS: MINDSCAPES PART II
15 October 2020
RYAN MCGINNESS: MINDSCAPES PART I
RYAN MCGINNESS: MINDSCAPES PART I
15 October 2020
Beverly Fishman | Cool Hunting
Beverly Fishman | Cool Hunting
Interview by David Graver 1 October 2020

INTERVIEW: ARTIST BEVERLY FISHMAN

"Abstract, alluring pieces populate her current solo exhibition, I Dream of Sleep, at Miles McEnery Gallery."

Beverly Fishman | The New Yorker
Beverly Fishman | The New Yorker
By Johanna Fateman September 2020

"Sleek reliefs, composed of precise shapes in a bright neon palette, appear to float, rather than hang, on the walls of Fishman’s superb new exhibition, I Dream of Sleep, at the Miles McEnery Gallery."

Ryan McGinness | Portray Magazine
Ryan McGinness | Portray Magazine
Interview by Donnalynn Patakos 25 September 2020

"I sat one afternoon investigating the nuances and overall genius of the magical, elementally filled space on some work created by Ryan McGinness. Gloriously charged with color, twisting and turning with hints of shimmer from metal leaf elements sprinkled like silvery scales flickering. It is like a dream when you are someplace you name home, but you are not there."

Do You Think it Needs A Cloud? | The New Criterion
Do You Think it Needs A Cloud? | The New Criterion
The Critic's Notebook: By the Editors 22 September 2020

"A few developments, however, suggest all is not doom and gloom. One of these is Miles McEnery Gallery’s expansion into a new space on West Twenty-second Street, which it is inaugurating with a group show titled “Do You Think It Needs A Cloud?,” after a quotation by Jane Freilicher, who’s represented here by a very large landscape (sans cloud) from 1968."

ON VIEW | BEVERLY FISHMAN "I DREAM OF SLEEP"
ON VIEW | BEVERLY FISHMAN "I DREAM OF SLEEP"
10 September 2020
ON VIEW | DANIEL RICH "BACK TO THE FUTURE"
ON VIEW | DANIEL RICH "BACK TO THE FUTURE"
10 September 2020
Daniel Rich | Juxtapoz
Daniel Rich | Juxtapoz
Review by Evan Pricco 10 September 2020

Back to the Future: The Building as Artifact in Daniel Rich's Newest Work

"During this time when office buildings and stadiums, places constructed and designed beholden to capitalism or sport, fall victim to 2020’s Rich’s most recent body of work may be his most sublime and urgent to date."

Jason Middlebrook | Moss Arts Center
Jason Middlebrook | Moss Arts Center
"Another World" & Virtual Artist Talk 10 September - 21 November 2020 | Artist Talk Thursday,17 September at 6p.m.

Join the Moss Arts Center on Thursday, 17 September at 6p.m. as artist Jason Middlebrook takes us through the creative process behind Another World. Moderated by Margo Crutchfield, Curator at Large. Approximately 45 minutes. Pre-registration required, moderated Q&A.

EMILY EVELETH | ABRONS-ENGLE INSTITUTE FOR VISUAL ARTS
EMILY EVELETH | ABRONS-ENGLE INSTITUTE FOR VISUAL ARTS
A LA CARTE: A VISUAL EXPLORATION OF OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD 8 SEPTEMBER - 12 DECEMBER 2020
Rico Gatson | The Brooklyn Rail
Rico Gatson | The Brooklyn Rail
The New Social Environment | #119: Rico Gatson with Tom McGlynn 31 August, 2020

"Artist Rico Gatson (Instagram: @rico_gatson) joins us for New Social Environment #119, hosted by painter and Rail Editor-at-Large Tom McGlynn (Instagram: @tom_mcglynn), for a discussion on Gatson's work, subjective abstraction, transcendental jazz, the use of geometry, rhythm, color, among other subversive political and social underpinnings, and so on leading to his upcoming show of paintings Miles McEnery Gallery (opening November 19th, 2020). Poet Don Yorty (Instagram: @donyorty) closes the event with a reading from his poetry postcards."

Tomory Dodge | Figure / Ground
Tomory Dodge | Figure / Ground
Interview by Marie Thibeault and Suzanne Unrein. 29 August 2020

Tomory Dodge was born in Denver, Colorado in 1972. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1998 and a Master of Fine Arts from the California Institute of the Arts,Valencia, CA in 2004.

News | Gallery Expansion and Fall Program
News | Gallery Expansion and Fall Program

MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce gallery expansion and fall program.  

Bo Bartlett | National Geographic Travel
Bo Bartlett | National Geographic Travel
By Katy Kelleher 19 August 2020

Why are so many artists drawn to Maine?

"As the state marks its bicentennial, creative thinkers look to crashing waves, craggy mountains, and colorful seasons for inspiration."

Warren Isensee | Hyperallergic
Warren Isensee | Hyperallergic
Review by John Yau 15 August 2020

Warren Isensee’s Breakthrough

"Isensee has gone from being a dutiful geometric abstractionist to defining his own trajectory, and gaining a verifiable freedom for himself."

Warren Isensee | Art & Object
Warren Isensee | Art & Object
Review by Paul Laster 14 August 2020

Figurative and Abstract Paintings Brighten NY Galleries

"After being idled for several months during the initial outbreak of the pandemic in New York, the city’s galleries, which are usually closed or merely offering group shows in the month of August, have a fine selection of one-person presentations taking place. With the dwindling likelihood of art fairs coming back to the Big Apple anytime too soon and the city’s museums still under lockdown, its galleries offer the best place to physically see art.

In this round-up of five standout solo shows, we discover three young female figurative painters—Grace Weaver, Rute Merk, and Sojourner Truth Parsons—that every art lover should have on their radar and two seasoned abstractionists—KATSU and Warren Isensee—working in solely original styles."

Warren Isensee | The New York Times
Warren Isensee | The New York Times
Review by Roberta Smith 5 August 2020

Four Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now: Warren Isensee

Over the past two or three years,Warren Isensee’s abstract paintings, while always good, have taken a sharp turn for the better. For nearly a decade Mr. Isensee, who has been exhibiting since 1998, cultivated a distinctive geometry of parallel lines whose softened edges and pulsing color contrasts conjured the tubular glow of neon, compartmentalizing them into squares and rectangles with black outlines.

Rico Gatson Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
Rico Gatson Represented by Miles McEnery Gallery
1 August 2020

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is delighted to announce its representation of Rico Gatson.

Rico Gatson is a Brooklyn based mixed media artist working across abstraction and figuration. With a multifaceted practice that spans painting, video, sculpture and installation, Gatson considers himself an object-maker inspired by Conceptualism, Afro-Futurism and spirituality.

Miles McEnery Now Represents Rico Gatson | ARTnews
Miles McEnery Now Represents Rico Gatson | ARTnews
By Claire Selvin, Tessa Solomon 31 July, 2020

ARTnews in Brief: Miles McEnery Now Represents Rico Gatson—and More

Mixed media artist Rico Gatson has joined the New York–based Miles McEnery Gallery, where he will have a solo exhibition opening November 19.

ON VIEW | WARREN ISENSEE
ON VIEW | WARREN ISENSEE
16 July 2020
ON VIEW | ESTEBAN VICENTE
ON VIEW | ESTEBAN VICENTE
16 July 2020
Inka Essenhigh | Schirn Mag
Inka Essenhigh | Schirn Mag
Interview with Natalie Wichmann 9 June 2020

Surrealism Reloaded. Images from the Subconscious

Sometimes all you need is a sunrise and a piece of moss: Inka Essenhigh’s works are populated by mythological creatures. While painting, she relies entirely on her inner self.

Phillip Allen | Hyperallergic
Phillip Allen | Hyperallergic
Phillip Allen's Astonishing Achievement 6 June 2020
April Gornik | The New York Times
April Gornik | The New York Times
By Dorothy Spears Sunday, 31 May 2020

Building a New Sanctuary on Long Island for Culture Lovers

In Sag Harbor,  April Gornik and Eric Fischl are converting a former church into a community arts center.

Isca Greenfield-Sanders | eazel
Isca Greenfield-Sanders | eazel
Interview with Anastasija Jevtovic 27 May 2020

The Enigmatic Beauty of Painting: A conversation with Isca Greenfield-Sanders

"On the occasion of her new exhibition Shade My Eyes, I spoke to Isca Greenfield-Sanders about her newest body of work which will be on view at Miles McEnery Gallery from 21 May until 11 July 2020. The delicately balanced paintings depict scenes that feel reminiscent of childhood memory. They are distant yet quietly composed, serene and tranquil. We spoke together about her process and upbringing for eazel magazine." 

IN CONVERSATION WITH ISCA GREENFIELD-SANDERS
IN CONVERSATION WITH ISCA GREENFIELD-SANDERS
21 May 2020
ON VIEW WITH PHILLIP ALLEN
ON VIEW WITH PHILLIP ALLEN
21 May 2020
April Gornik | Painters on Paintings
April Gornik | Painters on Paintings
Like a Brain Scan: Amy Myers on April Gornik 11 May 2020
Suzanne Caporael | Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
Suzanne Caporael | Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

On April 8, 2020, the Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced the awarding of Guggenheim Fellowships, including artist Suzanne Caporael. 

Lisa Corinne Davis | Sound & Vision
Lisa Corinne Davis | Sound & Vision
9 April 2020

Brian Alfred interviews Lisa Corinne Davis for Sound & Vision.

Wolf Kahn | The New York Times
Wolf Kahn | The New York Times
by Neil Genzlinger Published Saturday, 28 March 2020

He played with color, creating scenes both calming and arresting. He said he wanted his colors “to be surprising to people without being offensive.”

Amy Bennett | American Academy of Arts and Letters Award Winners
Amy Bennett | American Academy of Arts and Letters Award Winners
2020 Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts 5 March – 5 April 2020

The American Academy of Arts and Letters announced today the ten artists who will receive its 2020 Awards in Art, including Amy Bennett. 

Wolf Kahn | The Washington Post
Wolf Kahn | The Washington Post
by Emily Langer March 19, 2020

Wolf Kahn, celebrated painter of resplendent landscapes, dies at 92. 

Wolf Kahn | 1927 - 2020
Wolf Kahn | 1927 - 2020
15 March 2020

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Wolf Kahn.