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Permanently closed.

Complementing the existing exhibitions programme at Hales Gallery London, Hales Project Room (New York) is dedicated to an ongoing series of spotlight displays.


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Hales Project Room, New York, is now closed. As we close its doors to focus attention on our 20th Street Chelsea Space, Hales New York, we look back at the exhibitions and send our thanks to all the incredible artists we have been able to work with over the past 15 months ❤️🇺🇸 We opened the ‘Hales Project Room’ in September 2017 as a space dedicated to hosting focused exhibitions that highlighted specific artist projects and dialogues. Our new primary gallery in New York is committed to offering our international, cross-generational roster of artists a greater platform to showcase their work, as well as welcoming new figures to the programme.

1. Frank Bowling, ‘Metropolitanblooms’, 6 September – 15 October 2017

2. , ‘Material Visions’, 18 October – 22 November 2017

3. , ‘Cineblatz’, 29 Nov 2017 – 21 January 2018

4. Kamrooz Aram, , 24 January – 25 February 2018

5. , ‘Truly Spun Never’, 7 March – 21 April 2018

6. , ‘Rage & Desire’, with thanks to Autograph, 1 May – 23 June 2018

7. ‘How Does This Make You Feel?’, curated by Gabrielle Schwarz, feat. Hunter Reynolds, Erica Scourti, Ja'Tovia Gary and , 30 June – 4 August 2018

8. , ‘Interstate 495 is a Terminal Moraine’, 8 September – 13 October 2018

9. ‘Notes on a Permeable Husk’, organised by Juan Hurtado Salazar, featuring Kat Richards, Art Hoe Collective, Natalie Kuenzi, Lily Gabaree, Phoebe Bachman and Judith Leeman, 1 November – 7 December 2018


Hales New York

Hales Gallery wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving! 🏵️🇺🇸

Hales New York will be closed from Thursday 22 November to Saturday 24 November. Virginia Jaramillo, 'Foundations', will reopen on Tuesday 27 November and will run through 8 December.

'Notes on a Permeable Thread' will be closed 22 & 23 November but will be open at Hales Project Room, New York over the weekend!

For important enquiries please contact the London office at +44 (0) 207 033 1938.



Still from Ja'Tovia Gary, 'An Ecstatic Experience' (2015). Courtesy the artist.

‘Rage & Desire’ by Rotimi Fani-Kayode at Hales Gallery, New York | BLOUIN ARTINFO

Thank you to Blouin Artinfo for the write-up on Rotimi Fani-Kayode: Rage & Desire!

Come see the exhibition, open through June 16th 📷📸

Rotimi Fani-Kayode described himself as being an “outsider” with “very little to lose.” The ambiguous feelings posed by his situation are explored in an ongoing exhibition at the Hales Gallery in New York. “Rage & Desire” is the title of the solo retrospective show dedicated to the Niger...


NOW OPEN ✨ Rotimi Fani-Kayode: "Rage & Desire" at Hales Project Room, 64 Delancey Street. Open Wednesday through Saturday, 11am-6pm.

📸: Stan Narten


Rotimi Fani Kayode, 'Four Twins,' 1985

Courtesy Autograph ABP and Hales Gallery, © Rotimi Fani-Kayode.


Due to the inclement weather, Hales Project Room will be closed today, Wednesday March 21. Stay safe, and happy snow day! 🌨️❄️


Installation view of Andrea Geyer's "Truly Spun Never" at Hales Project Room. Exhibition runs through April 14.


Andrea Geyer's "Truly Spun Never" is now on view at Hales Project Room, 64 Delancey Street. Open Wednesday through Saturday, 11am-6pm.
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Andrea Geyer, 'Truly Spun Never'


Our current exhibition, 'Kamrooz Aram, Anwar Jalal Shemza,' is now open to the public! Come see the show Wednesday - Sunday, 11am - 6pm through February 25th.

And please join us this coming Sunday for a celebratory reception at 64 Delancey St. from 5-7pm.
Event information here: https://www.facebook.com/events/568337193500368/


❄️ Due to the inclement weather in New York City the Hales Project Room will be closed today. Hours will resume tomorrow/Friday. For urgent enquiries please email [email protected] ❄️
Image: Sebastiaan Bremer


In New York, Jeff Keen 'Cineblatz' at Hales Project Room, 64 Delancey Street. Open Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-6pm.
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Thank you ArtReview and for the review of September show, Frank Bowling 'Metropolitanblooms'. Pick up the December issue. 🙏✨

Jeff Keen – Gazapocalypse | The Tanks

Check out this footage of Jeff Keen's installation at Tate Modern:

"Gazapocalypse - Return to the Golden Age showcases his radical development of multiple screen projection, cut-up soundtracks and unruly live action, and features a special performance by some of Keen’s collaborators, including his daughter Stella Starr."

And come see JEFF KEEN:CINEBLATZ, on view at the Project Room through January 21, 2018!

Jeff Keen was a pioneer of experimental film, using multi-screen projections, collages, animations and performances to transform cinema into an intense, kale...


Opening day of Art Basel Miami Beach. Visit our solo booth of Frank Bowling paintings from the late 1960s - early 1970s. 'Survey' section booth S5.

Frank Bowling OBE RA began his artistic career at the Royal College of Art in London, before moving to New York in 1966 with the aid of a Guggenheim Fellowship. This move across the Atlantic and Bowling’s subsequent immersion in New York’s creative scene marked a defining moment in the painter’s career: his break with figuration and entrance into a new world of abstraction—or what he has called ‘pure painting’.
@ Miami Beach Convention Center


See you soon...🌌🌅🌄
@ Art Basel Miami Beach


Announcing representation of Andrea Geyer. 🌌✨🖤

Along with representation, we are also delighted to announce Geyer’s solo exhibitions at Hales London (opening in January 2018) and Hales Project Room, New York (opening in March 2018). Geyer’s work ranges across multiple media, incorporating text, photography, painting, sculpture, video and performance. It explores the complex politics of time, in the context of specific social and political situations, cultural institutions and historical events. From her early investigations into urban environments, cultural landscapes and notions of citizenship to more recent research into women’s contributions to modernism, Geyer’s work continuously seeks to create spaces of critical, collective reflection on the construction of histories and ideas that are otherwise marginalised or obscured.

For more information follow the link in bio.

Image: Andrea Geyer, Constellations (Mabel Dodge after VanVechten), 2017
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Now open✨Thomas J Price 'Material Visions' at 64 Delancey St, New York ✨
Wed-Sun, 11am-6pm
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This evening from 6-8pm Project Room, New York 💎🇺🇸


New York! Thomas J Price opening this Wednesday evening. We'd love to see you all ✨🇺🇸✨
Join us on Wednesday to celebrate 'Thomas J Price: Material Visions', our fourth solo show with the artist and his first in New York City. October 18th, 6-8pm. 64 Delancey Street. The artist will be in attendance.
The exhibition of work across media spotlights Price’s use of material culture and materiality in his wider explorations of racial and social identity, perception and representation.



Hot off the press! 'Thomas J Price: Material Visions', a publication looking at the recent practice of the artist and made to coincide with the exhibition opening at the 64 Delancey Street, New York on October 18th (6-8pm).


Thomas J Price interviewed by 💫
'Material Visions' opening at October 18th ✨

"The arts brings you into contact with all sorts of people--paupers and kings and queens...it's a social cloak you can put on and be whoever you want to be." - British sculptor . Read now on website. 📷 . Cc


We're only a week away from the opening of Thomas J Price's 'Material Visions'! We hope to see you there.

Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/135817047049357

Thomas J Price:
'Material Visions'
18 October - 22 November
Wed - Sun
11am - 6pm


Virginia Jaramillo in the New York Times 💫.. Thank you Anita Gates ✨


Hales Gallery 🔥Carolee Schneemann, Frank Bowling, Stuart Brisley, Virginia Jaramillo 🔥
@ Frieze Art Fair


Save the date, October 18th ✨✨✨

*COMING SOON TO * We are very excited about our second exhibition at the Hales Project Room in New York - Thomas J Price, 'Material Visions. Price's fourth solo show with the gallery, the exhibition opens on 18 October, and spotlights Price’s use of material culture and materiality in his wider explorations of racial and social identity, perception and representation. It centers on Price’s ongoing series of figurative sculptures, which he has been making since 2005, that interrogate expectations of cultural and aesthetic value and notions of monumentality. Material Visions provides a timely contribution to increasingly urgent conversations about the histories and meanings of monuments and statues. It will feature some amazing new acrylic composite works by the artist, including 'Mental Structure 19 (Just Beyond This)' (2017) - pictured here. .

Image: 'Mental Structure #19 (Just Beyond This)', 2015, bronze, Perspex and automotive spray paint, 21 x 11 x 11 cm


As part of next week's booth: Frank Bowling 'Jetty' (1983) ✨✨✨

Next week, as part of our group presentation at Frieze London, we will be presenting Frank Bowling's magisterial painting 'Jetty', created in 1983. Within his early 1980s paintings such as this one, the artist revisits the portion of his life spent studying at the RCA and the careful consideration to colour and texture that was tantamount to shaping a formalist construct: to create the perfect painting. The semi-rigid acrylic foam used to make relief structures on the canvas would buckle under the gel layered on top, creating an uneven, skin-like quality. The organic decision-making process, Bowling’s routine and ritual in the performance of his works, he refers to as ‘cooking’. Ultimately, these paintings are committed to free abstraction.
As well as at Frieze London next week, you can also see works by Frank Bowling in our show, 'Fishes, Wishes in Summertime Blue' which runs through 21 October, and our exhibition 'Metropolitanblooms', which ends on the 14 October. .

Image: Frank Bowling, 'Jetty', 1983, acrylic on canvas, 181 x 252 cm


As part of next week's booth: Stuart Brisley 🔥🔥🔥

Part of our Frieze London presentation this October is Stuart Brisley's 'Louise Bourgeois’ Leg' (2002), a performance object first featured in Brisley’s 2000 live work 'Louise Bourgeois’ Legs'. The work originated in a dream, laid out in Brisley’s experimental novel 'Beyond Reason: Ordure', where it became the subject of an extended textual meditation. In 2002 the plaster leg affixed to an ironing board was exhibited in a solo exhibition at the Freud Museum London, ‘The Collection of Ordure’. The exhibition was curated by Brisley’s alter ego, RY Sirb, who is the appointed Curator of the Museum of Ordure, a fictional institution established in 2000 to explore, in the artist’s words, ‘objects, materials and substances which lie beyond the range of commodification’, drawing on notions of the base and the everyday'.


Next week as part of our booth: Carolee Schneemann's 1980s 'Dust Paintings' 🔥🔥🔥

As part of our presentation at this year's Frieze London, we are showing Carolee Schneemann's astonishing 'Dust Paintings', which are connected to the artist’s projects investigating the discrete but deeply connected crises born out of the ongoing turmoil in the Middle East, in this case created as part of the aritst’s in-depth investigation into the Lebanese War. Schneemann’s identity as a painter, skilfully working in three-dimensional time and space, is foregrounded in the potent materiality and richness of visual metaphor throughout these works. In the 'Dust paintings', layers of ash thrown and spilled onto thick paper construct a tactile surface, from which emerge mysterious embedded images and objects: defunct computer chip boards, representing lost civilisations; shards of glass; occasional photographs representing the landscapes of war-torn Lebanon. Visit us at booth D1 next week, 4-8 October.

Image: Carolee Schneemann, 'Untitled dust painting #11', 1984, acrylic, soot, dust, ashes, feathers, circuit board, man made fabric, electrical wire, string, elastic band and other studio ephemera on paper on plywood board, 99.7 x 129.5 cm


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