SUSAN INGLETT GALLERY

SUSAN INGLETT GALLERY SUSAN INGLETT GALLERY is an art gallery that provides representation for a range of artists Regular gallery hours are Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 6pm.

SUSAN INGLETT GALLERY is located in the heart of Chelsea in a ground floor space at 522 West 24th Street. The gallery provides representation for a range of artists, emerging to established, working across media. Continuing a pattern established early in its history, the gallery consciously develops a program of surprising juxtapositions within and between exhibitions alternating between single ar

tist shows, curated group exhibitions and historical exhibitions. Gallery artists have appeared recently in the Hammer Biennial, Paris Triennale, Whitney Biennial, the Venice Biennale, the Carnegie International and Greater New York at P.S. 1 among many international venues. Susan Inglett represents Benjamin Degen, Eric Fertman, Hope Gangloff, George Herms, Marcia Kure, Allison Miller, Shaun O’Dell, Robyn O'Neil, Beverly Semmes, Greg Smith, William Villalongo and Ryan Wallace. In addition to the gallery, Susan Inglett produced prints and multiples as [I.C. Editions, Inc.][1] To date she has published the work of Barbara Bloom, Bruce Conner, Marcel Dzama, Anna Gaskell, Allan McCollum, Paul Noble, Claes Oldenburg, Robyn O'Neil, Catherine Opie, Richard Prince, Al Ruppersberg, Philip Taaffe, Terry Winters, and Andrea Zittel among others. In 1998, Susan Inglett co-founded and organized the Editions|Artists Book Fair to 2013. For more information please contact Susan Inglett Gallery at 212/647- 9111, fax 212/647-9333 or [email protected].

Slow News Day...   Images:BENJAMIN DEGEN, 20091.) Financial Times2.) EXBO!3.) Plan B
04/18/2024

Slow News Day...



Images:
BENJAMIN DEGEN, 2009
1.) Financial Times
2.) EXBO!
3.) Plan B

ICYMI...Brendan Fernandes' durational performance for New Monuments | Chicago last week.  By surrounding the Memorial wi...
04/17/2024

ICYMI...Brendan Fernandes' durational performance for New Monuments | Chicago last week.

By surrounding the Memorial with scaffolding, Fernandes brilliantly points to our relationship with Monuments as a "Work in Progress," as well as to Logan himself.

We should all aspire to be a "Work in Progress."

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Photo Credit: John J. Kim/Chicago Tribune

It's   !   Image:HOPE GANGLOFFBorrowed Orchids (Study for Airport Painting Reprise), 2019Acrylic on canvas16 x 20 in.
04/16/2024

It's !



Image:
HOPE GANGLOFF
Borrowed Orchids (Study for Airport Painting Reprise), 2019
Acrylic on canvas
16 x 20 in.

Wilmer Wilson IV: Projections Through the Nictitating Membrane is featured in Elephant Magazine! Lovely words by Karla M...
04/13/2024

Wilmer Wilson IV: Projections Through the Nictitating Membrane is featured in Elephant Magazine! Lovely words by Karla Mendez.

Come witness Wilmer Wilson IV: Projections Through the Nictitating Membrane as it enters its final week on view!

Archive Dive:RYAN WALLACE"Repeated shapes in the paintings shift in scale, material, and color from piece to piece, insi...
04/12/2024

Archive Dive:

RYAN WALLACE

"Repeated shapes in the paintings shift in scale, material, and color from piece to piece, insinuating the passage of time provided by light cast in a singular space. These optical and physical permutations appear simultaneously gossamer and concrete as dense materials are used to depict airy suspension and flickering shadow. Fabric, perspex, masonite and metals are seamed into the surface of the works as often as canvas is painted upon."



Image 1:
Surveyor IV, 2016
Oil, enamel, acrylic, paper, aluminum, steel, rubber, perspex, tape, denim, linen, canvas, charcoal, cold wax on canvas
74 x 52 in.

Image 2:
Surveyor VI, 2016
Oil, enamel, acrylic, paper, aluminum, Mylar, concrete, rubber, linen, canvas on canvas
74 x 52 in.

Work by Robyn O'Neil features in Sheldon Museum of Art's exhibition "Unprecedented: Art in Times of Crisis." This exhibi...
04/11/2024

Work by Robyn O'Neil features in Sheldon Museum of Art's exhibition "Unprecedented: Art in Times of Crisis."

This exhibition explores art produced in response to either global or internal events experienced during periods of plight. The works in Unprecedented are artists’ expressions and documentation of humanity’s ability to weather times of uncertainty and upheaval.

On view now, through 6 July 2024.

Image:
ROBYN O'NEIL
The Last Man on Earth, 2007
Graphite on paper
66 x 66 in.

Brendan Fernandes and Black Cube present "New Monuments | Chicago," a public intervention at Grant Park's General John A...
04/10/2024

Brendan Fernandes and Black Cube present "New Monuments | Chicago," a public intervention at Grant Park's General John Alexander Logan Monument, featuring a sculptural installation, a durational performance, and an interactive community component.

The installation is on view from 10 - 13 April 2024, from 11:00 am — 5:00 pm daily.

The performance will take place on 12 April 2024, from 7:00 - 10:00 pm.

This installation + performance is free and open to the public!

Visit Black Cube's website for more information.

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Congratulations to William Villalongo on the Chrysler Museum of Art's recent acquisition of his work "Black Menagerie (T...
04/09/2024

Congratulations to William Villalongo on the Chrysler Museum of Art's recent acquisition of his work "Black Menagerie (Testa di Moro)"



Image:
WILLIAM VILLALONGO
Black Menagerie (Testa di Moro), 2023
Acrylic, velvet flocking and paper collage on wood panel
47 3/4 in. dia. x 2 3/4 in.

Two days until the Solar Eclipse! Don't miss this celestial phenomenon, as it won't happen again until 2045!Ernesto Caiv...
04/06/2024

Two days until the Solar Eclipse! Don't miss this celestial phenomenon, as it won't happen again until 2045!

Ernesto Caivano contributes to "Explorers," the inaugural exhibition at Paggi House, a historic Civil War-era home that will now function as a gallery and event space. On view 7 April - 19 May 2024, an opening reception will be held this evening, 6 April 2024, from 6 - 8 pm.

Other artists in the show include Matthew Ritchie, Rodney McMillian, Xylor Jane, Dustin Yellin, Alteronce Gumby, and more!

The Paggi House will welcome public visitors from 1 to 5 p.m. on opening day and after that, gallery visits will be accepted by appointment only. Email [email protected] to book an appointment.

Image:
ERNESTO CAIVANO
Nocturne & Ocular Moon 43 (Coronal Syzygy), 2019-2020
Graphite on paper
14 x 14 in.

Exhibition Loading...Here's a sneak peek of our upcoming show "Beverly Semmes: Cut Paste" On view 25 April - 1 June 2024...
04/05/2024

Exhibition Loading...

Here's a sneak peek of our upcoming show "Beverly Semmes: Cut Paste"

On view 25 April - 1 June 2024, with an opening reception on Thursday, 25 April 2024 from 6 - 8 pm. Mark your calendars!



Image:
BEVERLY SEMMES
Ghost, 2024 (detail)
Acrylic over photograph printed on canvas
73 x 50 1/2 x 2 in.

Archive Dive:ALLISON MILLER"A sense of paradox and simultaneity extends to every facet of Miller’s work, from color pale...
04/04/2024

Archive Dive:

ALLISON MILLER

"A sense of paradox and simultaneity extends to every facet of Miller’s work, from color palette to materials, mark-making to composition. Transparent sky blues and peachy-pinks are both highlighted and negated by expanses of thick, black impasto. Crusty surfaces of a muddy, dirt and paint mixture abut wispy, hair-like lines of saturated color. Flecks and drips of paint belie the fact that, often, the canvases are worked in multiple orientations before coming to rest. Compositionally, Miller’s paintings hover, grazing everything from landscape to portraiture, collage to cartoons. They are at once agile and ham-fisted in their approach to abstraction. This mutability makes for a kind of freedom, as Miller’s paintings choose to prioritize experience over certainty."

Image:
ALLISON MILLER
Wave, 2013
Oil and acrylic/canvas
36 x 36 in.

ON VIEW NOW:Wilmer Wilson IV: Projections Through the Nictitating Membrane"Wilmer Wilson IV explores the ever-changing r...
04/03/2024

ON VIEW NOW:

Wilmer Wilson IV: Projections Through the Nictitating Membrane

"Wilmer Wilson IV explores the ever-changing relationship between the city and its inhabitants through an intermedia lexicon consisting of performance, photography, and sculpture. Devices associated with public posting and information- sharing feature prominently in his process. His previous sculptures organized staples as both armor and shroud, obscuring and protecting
imagery of unknown figures with near-impenetrable swaths of staples. Now, reducing his compositions to their basic elemental components, Wilson acknowledges the interplay of wood and metal as fundamental built-environment materials. This exhibition showcases his mastery of this unique form by elaborating upon the interplay of these materials, removing the photographic image altogether. A love letter to the process, Wilson extrapolates while simultaneously simplifying his approach, expanding the lexicon of staple-as-mark. In this new body of work the staple appears as a fully expressive line. Continuing to investigate the relationships between figure and environment, city and dweller, viewer and viewed, Wilson speculates impossible infrastructures and anonymous personas as surrogates for his inspection of sociality."

William Villalongo will participate in PAFA's Art At Noon program tomorrow, 3 April 2024 at 12 pm. This event will take ...
04/02/2024

William Villalongo will participate in PAFA's Art At Noon program tomorrow, 3 April 2024 at 12 pm. This event will take place online, and you can visit the PAFA website to learn more about the talk.

Registration for the event is required, so make sure you register today!

"Like John Rhoden seventy years before, William Villalongo was awarded a fellowship at the American Academy in Rome in 2020. Here, Villalongo will detail this opportunity to live, research, and make work in Rome in 2021-22. The fellowship enabled him to create new works for his recent solo exhibition Black Menagerie at Susan Inglett Gallery, which tells a nuanced story about the Black presence in antiquity. Villalongo's research took him from map rooms, flea markets, fountains in Rome to southern Italy and the Giza pyramids in Egypt, to learn more about the Roman Empire's relationship to the African continent. Villalongo will share his revelations about the connections between trade and Black labor, which is visible in Roman mythology and the decorative grotesque, and prominent in Rome’s narrative."

Photo: Argenis Apolinario, NYC

Happy Easter to all those who celebrate! 🌷 🐰 🌸 🌼 🌸 🐰 🌷Image:HOPE GANGLOFFA Whole Day in the Apple Orchard, 2021Acrylic o...
03/31/2024

Happy Easter to all those who celebrate!

🌷 🐰 🌸 🌼 🌸 🐰 🌷

Image:
HOPE GANGLOFF
A Whole Day in the Apple Orchard, 2021
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 48 in

April is nearly here, and spring is in full swing! Enjoy the beautiful day, everyone!Image:GREG SMITHmiss april, 2022Woo...
03/30/2024

April is nearly here, and spring is in full swing!

Enjoy the beautiful day, everyone!

Image:
GREG SMITH
miss april, 2022
Wood, hardware, staples, encaustic, fabric, graphite, colored pencil, paper, canvas, latex paint
26 x 19 1/2 x 14 in.

Sculptures by Maren Hassinger are on view in our Private Viewing Room. Stop by the gallery to see these works live and i...
03/29/2024

Sculptures by Maren Hassinger are on view in our Private Viewing Room.

Stop by the gallery to see these works live and in person!

MAREN HASSINGER
Eden 6, 2023
Concrete and steel wire
Square: 8 x 8 in. (1 unit)
Scalene triangle: 8 x 16 in. (1 unit)
Isosceles Triangle: 8 x 11 1/2 in. (2 units)

MAREN HASSINGER
Eden 10, 2023
Concrete and steel wire
Square: 8 x 8 in. (2 units)
Isosceles triangle: 8 x 11 1/2 in. (6 units)

MAREN HASSINGER
Vessel 2 (Rope and Wire), 2023
Rope and wire
125 x 24 in. dia.

Works by William Villalongo feature in Impact: Contemporary Artists at the Hermitage Artist Retreat.The group show is or...
03/28/2024

Works by William Villalongo feature in Impact: Contemporary Artists at the Hermitage Artist Retreat.

The group show is organized by Sarasota Art Museum in collaboration with the Hermitage Artist Retreat, and curated by Dan Cameron, independent curator. Other artists in the show include Diana Al-Hadid, Sanford Biggers, Chitra Ganesh, Todd Gray, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Michelle Lopez, Ted Riederer, John Sims, and Kukuli Velarde.

Visit Sarasota Art Museum's website to learn more!



Photo: Ryan Gamma
Courtesy of Studio LLC and Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC.

Image:
Installation view

WILLIAM VILLALONGO
Sphinx, 2023
Acrylic, velvet flocking and paper collage on wood panel
95 x 47 3/4 x 2 3/4 in.

WILLIAM VILLALONGO
Keep Your Head to the Sky, 2021
18k gold-plated chains, cast resin, Bluetooth speaker, velvet flock, drinking gourds, quartz, obsidian, tourmaline, seashells and coral seaweed wall installation with soundscape via mp3 player
58 x 76 x 30 in.

🪚ARTIST AT WORK🔨: Enjoy these studio shots of works in progress, courtesy of
03/27/2024

🪚ARTIST AT WORK🔨: Enjoy these studio shots of works in progress, courtesy of

03/27/2024
Our very own Cortney Connolly sat down with Wilmer Wilson IV to discuss his current show with Susan Inglett Gallery, his...
03/26/2024

Our very own Cortney Connolly sat down with Wilmer Wilson IV to discuss his current show with Susan Inglett Gallery, his process, inspirations, and more!

Projections Through the Nictitating Membrane is on view now through 20 April 2024.

Link in bio!

Archive Dive:A selection of Gangloff boys from her paintings ca. 2011. Hope Gangloff’s is a life examined and perceptive...
03/23/2024

Archive Dive:

A selection of Gangloff boys from her paintings ca. 2011.

Hope Gangloff’s is a life examined and perceptively recorded with unfailing attention to detail. Paintings of friends and colleagues capture a personal American Vision, a modern-day Dick and Nicole Diver who by some turn of events have found themselves inhabiting a Brooklyn cold-water flat. Psychological portraits, each picture hints at a back story and inner life as suggested by the artist’s frenzied line and distinctive palette. Gangloff paints a picture of being in a modern world, an eloquent hard-won beauty.

Image 1:
Must Seriously Love Cats (Greg Lindquist), 2015/2018
Acrylic on canvas
72 x 48 in.

Image 2:
Serious Snack, 2011
Acrylic on wood panel
36 x 48 in.

Image 3:
Land's End (Vic Masnyj), 2011
Acrylic/canvas
56 x 83 x 2 1/2 in.

Image 4:
Ted Shoemaker, 2011
Acrylic/linen
24 x 35 3/4 in.

Image 5:
Upstate Neighbor (Gavin Anderson), 2011
Acrylic/canvas
56 x 84 in.

Meticulously constructed from ceiling tin, nails, wood, and paint, these Kobayashi bouquets never need water or sun! The...
03/22/2024

Meticulously constructed from ceiling tin, nails, wood, and paint, these Kobayashi bouquets never need water or sun!

These sculptures are examples of the Kobayashi-coined "clouage" method, or "fastening" in French. Taking pointers (pun intended) from Seurat and other pointillist inspirations, Kobayashi fastens the sculptures together with nails in a repetitive manner reminiscent of the pointillist style he employs in his works on canvas.

Image 1:
ROBERT KOBAYASHI
Wild Flowers Gathered Along Route 80, 2009
Ceiling tin, paint, nails on wood
23 1/2 x 26 in. dia.

Image 2:
ROBERT KOBAYASHI
Flowers Seeking Attention, 2002
Ceiling tin, paint, nails on wood
21 x 20 in. dia.

Image 3:
ROBERT KOBAYASHI
Flowers from the Rust Belt, 2002
Ceiling tin, paint, nails on wood
17 x 18 in. dia.

Maren Hassinger in Elephant Magazine!"In her late 70s and having endured an art world that wasn’t always welcoming to Bl...
03/21/2024

Maren Hassinger in Elephant Magazine!

"In her late 70s and having endured an art world that wasn’t always welcoming to Black women, Hassinger radiates an infectious positivity. Though she has been producing and exhibiting for decades, it has only been recently that the artist has begun to receive institutional recognition, from having her archive acquired by the Getty Research Institute to upcoming exhibitions being lined up years in advance. When asked how it feels to finally have her work and contributions to art acknowledged, Hassinger answers that though she is gratified and happy, she didn’t realise it would take this long. She shares that she assumed she’d graduate from college and instantly find success. Her experience in the art world has included both encouragement and discouragement, but 'I never thought too much about the discouragement.'" - Karla Mendez

Read the full article! Link in bio.

At 7 pm this evening, the Wild & Scenic Film Festival will take place, featuring the film INWARD, about Michi Meko!The f...
03/21/2024

At 7 pm this evening, the Wild & Scenic Film Festival will take place, featuring the film INWARD, about Michi Meko!

The festival focuses on films that celebrate our natural world — and calls on audiences to take action to preserve it. This year’s special focus is the relationships among water, art, and advocacy.

The festival will occur at the Barrymore Theater in Madison, WI. Tickets are available now at the Barrymore Theater website.

Lucky No. 7Well-known for his work in found sculpture and upcycled assemblage, George Herms also experiments with two-di...
03/20/2024

Lucky No. 7

Well-known for his work in found sculpture and upcycled assemblage, George Herms also experiments with two-dimensional assemblage, creating graphic, sigil-like compositions with familiar characters.

Letters, numbers, and symbols are decontextualized through manipulation and repetition, reduced from their numerical or textual application to a state of abstracted form.

Image 1:
Serpent Flower #1, 2008
Ink on Nideggen paper
38 x 25 in

Image 2:
Serpent Flower #1, 2008 (continued)
Ink on Nideggen paper
38 x 25 in

Celebrating the vernal equinox with Benjamin Degen, whose saturated and bucolic compositions remind us that spring has o...
03/19/2024

Celebrating the vernal equinox with Benjamin Degen, whose saturated and bucolic compositions remind us that spring has officially sprung!

Looking forward to blue skies, the sun in our eyes, and green grass underfoot.

🌸 🌼 🌷 ☀️ 🌷 🌼 🌸



Image 1:
Rise, 2019
Oil and spray enamel on canvas
30 x 24 in

Image 2:
Blaze’s Foot, 2017
Oil on canvas
18 x 24 in.

Image 3:
Personae/Clean Break, 2018
Oil on canvas
20 x 16 in

See Stop RUN to Christopher Wool’s very special installation March 14 – July 31, 2024Thursday – Sunday12:00 – 6:00PM101 ...
03/17/2024

See Stop RUN to Christopher Wool’s very special installation

March 14 – July 31, 2024
Thursday – Sunday
12:00 – 6:00PM

101 Greenwich St.
(entrance on Rector St.)
New York, N.Y. 10006
19th Floor

Free and open to the public.
Limited to 75 persons at a time.

Two works by Channing Hansen are now on display in our Private Viewing Gallery. Stop by to see these woolen works in per...
03/16/2024

Two works by Channing Hansen are now on display in our Private Viewing Gallery. Stop by to see these woolen works in person!

Image 1:
Assume Emphasis, 2021
California Variegated Mutant (Myth), California Variegated Mutant (Rhea), California Variegated Mutant (Sriracha), California Variegated Mutant (Talia), Jersey Wooly (Miss Maple), Romeldale (January), Romeldale (Qassiopeia), Romedale (Shelby), Romedale (Tapestry), and Teeswater (F2019-0339) fibers; Tussah silk, and Mulberry silk; holographic polymers, and photo-luminescent recycled polyester fibers; Ingeo corn, soy silk, and bamboo carbon fibers; Sequoioideae Redwood
34 1/2 x 32 3/4 in.
87.6 x 83.2 cm.

Image 2:
Easley, 2020
California Variegated Mutant (Odelia), California Variegated Mutant (Olive), Coopworth/Texel (Anise), Gotland (0343), Leicester Longwool, Lionhead (Beatrix & Derek), Romedale (Quenby), Romedale (Rascal), Shetland (Selah), and Shetland (Selene) fibers; silk noils, and Tussah silk; holographic polymers, and photo-luminescent recycled polyester; bamboo carbon fiber and Sequoioideae Redwood
42 x 41 in.
106.7 x 104.1 cm

Tomorrow is the last day to see The New Village: Ten Years of New York Fashion! Don't miss this exhibit of 20 New York a...
03/15/2024

Tomorrow is the last day to see The New Village: Ten Years of New York Fashion!

Don't miss this exhibit of 20 New York artists, designers, and creative collectives making work where art and fashion intersect. Beverly Semmes contributes two works to the show: documentation of a runway performance in collaboration with CarWash Collective and a rework of a McQueen commission as a multi-media sculpture.

"...a black, resin dog sits atop a pool of baby pink organza that cascades down from Beverly Semmes’ crushed velvet purple robe—a commission originally for Alexander McQueen in 2022." - Meka Boyle

Want more Beverly? Mark your calendars for 25 April 2024, when we open our sixth solo show with Beverly at Susan Inglett Gallery.

Image 1:
Installation view of Carwash Collective Fashion Show: 14 October 2017
Performance documentation, Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC, 2017. Single-channel, 25:07 minutes, color, sound

Image 2:
Installation view of Marigold, 2022
Velvet, organza, faux fur, silk, AMQ dress, stuffed and taped AMQ clutch purse and strap, taped AMQ shoes, painted plaster resin dog with AMQ clutch purse chain
118 x 118 x 171 in.

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522 W 24th Street
New York, NY
10011

Opening Hours

Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 6pm

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(212) 647-9111

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SUSAN INGLETT GALLERY is located in the heart of Chelsea in a ground floor space at 522 West 24th Street. The gallery provides representation for a range of artists, emerging to established, working across media. Continuing a pattern established early in its history, the gallery consciously develops a program of surprising juxtapositions within and between exhibitions alternating between single artist shows, curated group exhibitions and historical exhibitions. Gallery artists have appeared recently in the Hammer Biennial, Paris Triennale, Whitney Biennial, the Venice Biennale, the Carnegie International and Greater New York at P.S. 1 among many international venues.

Susan Inglett represents Benjamin Degen, Eric Fertman, Hope Gangloff, Maren Hassinger, George Herms, Marcia Kure, Allison Miller, Shaun O’Dell, Robyn O'Neil, Beverly Semmes, Greg Smith, William Villalongo, Ryan Wallace, and Wilmer Wilson IV.

In addition to the gallery, Susan Inglett produced prints and multiples as I.C. Editions, Inc.To date she has published the work of Barbara Bloom, Bruce Conner, Marcel Dzama, Anna Gaskell, Allan McCollum, Paul Noble, Claes Oldenburg, Robyn O'Neil, Catherine Opie, Richard Prince, Al Ruppersberg, Philip Taaffe, Terry Winters, and Andrea Zittel among others. In 1998, Susan Inglett co-founded and organized the Editions|Artists Book Fair to 2013.

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