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Good morning from Day 2 of Art Basel Miami Beach! Today, a word on the intricate sock-thread embroideries of Ray Materso...
12/07/2023

Good morning from Day 2 of Art Basel Miami Beach! Today, a word on the intricate sock-thread embroideries of Ray Materson:

Materson began making them during his stint at Hartford County Correctional Center in the 80s. “Being an embroidery artist in the midst of the coarse, violent, macho world of prison seemed absurd,” he wrote in his 2002 memoir ‘Sins and Needles,’ “but I came to firmly believe that this was my true vocation, my calling.”

Materson conjures mythic scenes and sci-fi dreams, memories of childhood and prison, baseball cards and pulp novels, with equal reverence. See them up-close at Booth A11.

“Untitled (Race Horse),” 2008
Sock threads
5.5 x 3.75 x 0.25 inches

“Invasion,” 2022
Sock threads
2.75 x 2.25 inches

“Theater of Abomination,” 2022
Sock threads
2.5 x 2.75 inches

Congratulations  on being included in .“If any artist knows the secret language of aliens and seems able to channel them...
12/05/2023

Congratulations on being included in .

“If any artist knows the secret language of aliens and seems able to channel them via intricate semi-geometric, almost hard-edged painting, it is Karla Knight.

-Jerry Saltz ()

Karla Knight: Universal Remote will remain on view until December 22, 2023. 👽

Congratulations  on being included in
12/05/2023

Congratulations on being included in

Looking forward to welcoming everyone to booth A11 tomorrow. Join us from 9:30-8:00 for the VIP opening. Thornton Dial (...
12/05/2023

Looking forward to welcoming everyone to booth A11 tomorrow. Join us from 9:30-8:00 for the VIP opening.

Thornton Dial (1928 - 2016)
Tearing Down the Walls, 1998
Cloth, carpet, photograph collage, and enamel on wood
61 x 50 inches

Beverly Buchanan (1940 - 2015)
Pathway, c. 1982
Oil pastel on paper
25 x 18.75 inches


We look forward to seeing you all at booth A11 tomorrow! Melvin Way (b. 1954)C6H8O6, 2018Ink on paper5 x 5 inchesMelvin ...
12/05/2023

We look forward to seeing you all at booth A11 tomorrow!

Melvin Way (b. 1954)
C6H8O6, 2018
Ink on paper
5 x 5 inches

Melvin Way, Artist rights society copyright 2023, ARS

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We are gearing up for Art Basel Miami Beach. See you at booth A11. Esther Pearl Watson (b. 1973)See What I Mean, 2023Acr...
12/02/2023

We are gearing up for Art Basel Miami Beach. See you at booth A11.

Esther Pearl Watson (b. 1973)
See What I Mean, 2023
Acrylic on wood panel
6 x 6 inches

Beverly Buchanan is featured in this Forbes piece on “Groundswell: Women of Land Art” at Nasher Sculpture Center, on vie...
12/02/2023

Beverly Buchanan is featured in this Forbes piece on “Groundswell: Women of Land Art” at Nasher Sculpture Center, on view through January 7th.

“When Beverly Buchanan set out to create a monumental work of land art in Macon, Georgia, the foreman of her rigging crew put his hardhat on her head and promised to treat her “like a woman moving furniture”. He thought he was doing her a favor. Brushing off the slight, Buchanan expertly directed the workers to position four enormous concrete footers from an abandoned restaurant in a configuration that looked accidental yet perfectly punctuated the forested grounds of Macon’s Museum of Arts and Sciences.” -Jonathon Keats

Reflecting on Karla’s works on paper today. “Karla Knight: Universal Remote” will be open through December 22nd Karla Kn...
12/01/2023

Reflecting on Karla’s works on paper today. “Karla Knight: Universal Remote” will be open through December 22nd

Karla Knight (b. 1958)
The Plurality of Worlds (Blue), 2023
Flashe, colored pencil, and graphite on paper
24 x 18 inches

Came across this card the other day and realized it’s been almost 20 years to the day that we had the crazy idea for a p...
11/30/2023

Came across this card the other day and realized it’s been almost 20 years to the day that we had the crazy idea for a pop-up a few blocks from the convention center during Art Basel Miami Beach’s 2nd edition. Found some local artists to pass out thousands of these cards and sure enough people came by the throngs. It was a huge success…it took another six years for the outside to make it inside the fair.

We’ve been there ever since and are excited for next week. See you there at Booth # A11!

We look forward to seeing you at booth A11 at this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach. Today we are reflecting on this Ray Mat...
11/29/2023

We look forward to seeing you at booth A11 at this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach. Today we are reflecting on this Ray Materson as we look forward to escaping the cold to the sun-drenched beaches of Miami.

“Whatever the subject, the embroideries are evocative. Materson’s deft compositions and meticulous stitching give his works a richness that lingers after the novelty of their making has faded away.” -Jillian Steinhauer, The New York Times

Congratulations to Linda Sibio on her exhibition “Linda Sibio: Economics of Suffering, Part IV” currently on view at Cra...
11/28/2023

Congratulations to Linda Sibio on her exhibition “Linda Sibio: Economics of Suffering, Part IV” currently on view at Craft Contemporary in Los Angeles through January 7, 2024.
 
A coda of sorts to Linda’s 2019 gallery solo curated by Martha Wilson, this show is an interdisciplinary project that combines intensely intricate drawings, performance, and installation to explore devastating effects and emotional scarring caused by the ongoing worldwide financial crisis that peaked in the period from 2007-2010 and continues to affect 99 percent of the population. 

Images 1 and 2 courtesy Craft Contemporary. Image 3 is from the artists 2019 solo exhibition with Andrew Edlin Gallery

Excited for Art Basel Miami Beach (Dec 6 – 10)!  Works by Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Beverly Buchanan, Thornton Dial, Sam...
11/22/2023

Excited for Art Basel Miami Beach (Dec 6 – 10)! Works by Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Beverly Buchanan, Thornton Dial, Sam Doyle, Ray Materson, Martín Ramírez, Spain Rodriguez, Janet Sobel, Esther Pearl Watson, Domenico Zindato, and others. See you at Booth A11!

Beverly Buchanan (1940 - 2015)
Untitled (Shack), n.d.
Oil stick on canvas
31.75 x 31.75 inches

Sam Doyle (1906 - 1985)
Untitled, n.d.
Enamel on wood
47 x 44.5 inches

Esther Pearl Watson (b. 1973)
See What I Mean, 2023
Acrylic on wood panel
6 x 6 inches

“Karla Knight: Universal Remote” was listed as a must see by  - come check out the show which will be up through Decembe...
11/21/2023

“Karla Knight: Universal Remote” was listed as a must see by - come check out the show which will be up through December 22nd

Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines is now open , remaining on view until March 31, 2024,featuring works by ...
11/20/2023

Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines is now open , remaining on view until March 31, 2024,featuring works by Beverly Buchanan and Terrence Koh.

This is the first exhibition dedicated to the rich history of five decades of artists’ zines produced in North America. Since the 1970s, zines—short for “fanzines,” magazines, or self-published booklets of texts and images, usually made with a copy machine—have given a voice and visibility to many operating outside of mainstream culture. Artists have harnessed the medium’s essential role in communication and community building and used it to transform material and conceptual approaches to art-making across all media. This canon-expanding exhibition documents zines’ relationship to various subcultures and avant-garde practices, from punk and street culture to conceptual, q***r, and feminist art. It also examines zines’ intersections with other mediums, including collage, craft, film, drawing, painting, performance, photography, sculpture, and video. Featuring over one thousand zines and artworks by over one hundred artists, Copy Machine Manifestos demonstrates the importance of zines to artistic production and its reception across North America.

Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines is organized by Branden W. Joseph, Frank Gallipoli Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University, and Drew Sawyer, Sondra Gilman Curator of Photography at the Whitney Museum of American Art (formerly Phillip and Edith Leonian Curator of Photography, Brooklyn Museum), with Marcelo Gabriel Yáñez, Research Assistant, and Imani Williford, Curatorial Assistant, Photography, Fashion and Material Culture, Brooklyn Museum.

Pictured:
Beverly Buchanan
American, 1940–2015
Hope This Helps You Survive Your Gallery Visit, n.d.
Photocopy zine
Beverly Buchanan papers, 1912–2017, bulk 1970s–1990s,
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
© and courtesy Andrew Edlin Gallery, NY, and the Beverly Buchanan Estate


Koh

“Karla Knight: Universal Remote” on view through December 22nd
11/18/2023

“Karla Knight: Universal Remote” on view through December 22nd

“Karla Knight: Universal Remote” on view Tuesday through Saturday from 10-6 Karla Knight (b. 1958)The Orbs Around Us (16...
11/17/2023

“Karla Knight: Universal Remote” on view Tuesday through Saturday from 10-6

Karla Knight (b. 1958)
The Orbs Around Us (167), 2023
Flashe, colored pencil, and graphite on paper
24 x 18 inches

“Karla Knight: Universal Remote” on view Tuesday through Saturday from 10-6
11/16/2023

“Karla Knight: Universal Remote” on view Tuesday through Saturday from 10-6

While Karla Knight’s exhibition “Universal Remote” is currently on view, we focus on Melvin Way, another of the gallery’...
11/13/2023

While Karla Knight’s exhibition “Universal Remote” is currently on view, we focus on Melvin Way, another of the gallery’s artists drawing inspiration from math, science, and higher places.

Melvin Way (b. 1954 creates exquisite ballpoint pen and ink drawings on found paper, incorporating scrawled text hybrids, mathematical equations, astronomical shorthand, chemical formulae, and alchemical punning. Each work is marked by the artist’s signature, thrillingly dense sensibility.

1.)
Melvin Way
Green Door, c. 2021
Ballpoint pen, Scotch tape on paper
4.5 x 5 inches

2.)
Melvin Way
f’ CPE, c. 2003
Ballpoint pen on paper
5 x 4 inches



Thank you to everyone who joined us for the opening of “Karla Knight: Universal Remote” last night. We will be open unti...
11/04/2023

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the opening of “Karla Knight: Universal Remote” last night. We will be open until 6pm today in case you missed the reception.

Tonight is the opening reception for “Karla Knight: Universal Remote” from 6:30-8:30 PM. We look forward to seeing you t...
11/03/2023

Tonight is the opening reception for “Karla Knight: Universal Remote” from 6:30-8:30 PM. We look forward to seeing you there.

Karla Knight (b. 1958)
Delphi 3, 2023
Flashe, acrylic marker, pencil, and embroidery on cotton
33.5 x 30 inches

Thanks to all who joined us at the Preview Gala last night at the  Art Show. Today the fair will open to the public from...
11/02/2023

Thanks to all who joined us at the Preview Gala last night at the Art Show. Today the fair will open to the public from 12-7 PM through Sunday.

From photo 1:

Karla Knight (b. 1958)
Big Night Vision, 2023
Flashe, acrylic marker, pencil, and embroidery on cotton
46 x 73 inches

We look forward to seeing you at booth B12 in The Art Show this week. Karla Knight (b. 1958)Red UR Study 1, 2023Flashe, ...
10/31/2023

We look forward to seeing you at booth B12 in The Art Show this week.

Karla Knight (b. 1958)
Red UR Study 1, 2023
Flashe, acrylic, and pencil on paper
18 x 14 inches

Paulina Peavy (1901 - 1999)Phantasma 44, c. 1980sAcrylic on canvas board24 x 30 inches
10/28/2023

Paulina Peavy (1901 - 1999)
Phantasma 44, c. 1980s
Acrylic on canvas board
24 x 30 inches

Paulina Peavy (1901 - 1999)Untitled (detail), c. 1930s-1980Oil and acrylic on board36 x 24 inches
10/27/2023

Paulina Peavy (1901 - 1999)
Untitled (detail), c. 1930s-1980
Oil and acrylic on board
36 x 24 inches

Paulina Peavy (1901 - 1999)Untitled, c. 1930s - 1970sOil and acrylic on board24 x 18 inches
10/26/2023

Paulina Peavy (1901 - 1999)
Untitled, c. 1930s - 1970s
Oil and acrylic on board
24 x 18 inches

This is the last week to see “Paulina Peavy: Astrocultural Messenger” curated by Laura Whitcomb.
10/25/2023

This is the last week to see “Paulina Peavy: Astrocultural Messenger” curated by Laura Whitcomb.

 just listed “Paulina Peavy: Astrocultural Messenger” as a “must-see”. Closing Saturday, don’t miss it!
10/24/2023

just listed “Paulina Peavy: Astrocultural Messenger” as a “must-see”.

Closing Saturday, don’t miss it!

Congratulations to Creative Growth on this fabulous news as reported in today’s NY Times feature story. We’re excited fo...
10/22/2023

Congratulations to Creative Growth on this fabulous news as reported in today’s NY Times feature story. We’re excited for Dan Miller’s next gallery solo show scheduled for Fall 2024. Link to full article in stories.

We look forward to seeing you at Stand E6 at Paris+ this year. Thank you to all who came out today.
10/20/2023

We look forward to seeing you at Stand E6 at Paris+ this year. Thank you to all who came out today.

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