After 19 years on West 22nd Street, Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects has move to 401 Broadway in Tribeca. Details on our first show in the new space will be announced soon.
“Agnes Denes: Another Confrontation” presented by CIRCA on electronic billboards throughout the world every night at 8:22 pm during the month of May! It is on view here in NYC at 1540 Broadway near Times Square. In words and images Denes tells the story of her iconic Land art piece “Wheatfield: A Confrontation” (through May 10), and “Tree Mountain: A Living Time Capsule,” (through May 20). A questionnaire about the future of humanity will be on view through May 31. The answers will be buried in a time capsule to be opened in 1,000 years. CIRCA is a London-based digital art and culture platform.
For more information about locations, how to answer the questionnaire, and growing your own AR wheat field visit circa.art. Image: “Agnes Denes: A Confrontation” at Picadilly Lights, Picadilly Circus, London
Head over to The Rudin Family Gallery at BAM Strong in Brooklyn to experience Saya Woolfalk's immersive "Floating World of the Cloud Quilt." The monumental digital projection-based installation creates a unified space constructed thorugh 15 years of archival material from Woolfalk’s "Empathic Universe."
"Floating World of the Cloud Quilt" is currently on view through June 11, and is open Wednesday through Saturday, 1–6 PM.
Now that Betsy Kaufman's current exhibition has been extended through April 15th, it is a perfect time to read Ela Bittencourt's very thoughful review via Hyperallergic on "Betsy Kaufman: 14 Sculptures, 1 Painting," now on view in our space at 401 Broadway, Suite 411, this Thursday - Saturday, and next Thursday - Friday (11AM–6PM).
Betsy Kaufman's current show "14 Sculptures, 1 Painting" is now on view in our gallery space at 401 Broadway, Suite 411. We are open Thursday–Saturday 11AM–6PM, and by appointment, through April 2.
Masks and IDs are required to enter the building. Press 4 on the panel situated on the north wall of the lobby to access the next available elevator.
Betsy Kaufman, "14 Sculptures, 1 Painting" (2022), Installation View
Happy Earth Day! The is currently flying a flag by Agnes Denes with the message "The Future is Fragile, Handle with Care," an urgently essential reminder through the current pandemic and ongoing climate crisis affecting us all.
The flag is flying above the Tate in relation to "the launch of a global 2021 Arts & Health Campaign: a “call to action” launched by the World Health Organization, the nomadic social enterprise Culturunners, and a coalition of cultural partners to counter the mental health crisis of isolation, anxiety and bereavement caused by the Covid-19 pandemic."
The Capital Times just featured this great article on Amy Cutler's solo exhibition "A Narrative Thread" at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. "Amy Cutler: A Narrative Thread" opens to the public on March 12th, and will be on view through May 16th.
Intersect Chicago 2020 opened today, and will be online through November 12. Our virtual booth features beautiful work by Tracey Baran, Dean Byington, Amy Cutler, Betsy Kaufman, Charlotte Moorman, Laurel Nakdate and Saya Woolfalk! Take a look at our presentation through the link below!
Agnes Denes's "Wheatfield" is named as one of T Magazine's "25 Most Influential Works of American Protest Art Since World War II." This seminal work accompanies many amazing contributions to the use of art as protest in recent American history. Read through the article below!
Saya Woolfalk is featured on Marie Claire Magazine as one of their "Black Women Artists to Have on Your Radar." Read the article via the link below!
Works by Agnes Denes and Helène Aylon are a part of “ecofeminism(s),” the group show at Thomas Erben Gallery slated to reopen September 8. Read an Art in America review mentioning works by both artists via the link below!
Works by Helene Aylon will be on view in "Did I Ever Have a Chance?," a group show opening at Marc Selwyn Fine Art tomorrow, August 15. The exhibition focuses on contemporary and historical works by multigenerational artists who confront and challenge entrenched systemic inequities.
The exhibited works are also on the gallery's website viewing room, linked below.