Field Projects

Field Projects Artist Run Gallery in Chelsea! Please check back for more information. Founders,

Keri Oldham & Jacob Rhodes
(36)

Centered on curatorial projects, Field Projects presents monthly exhibitions at their Chelsea location in addition to pop-up exhibitions throughout New York City. Artists and curators are invited to submit their work for consideration in future exhibitions through our submissions guidelines starting in January 2012.

ENDS WELLcurated by 140 Church AveGermantown, NY 12526July 18 - Sep 21 July 18- 21Alison Kudlow  \ Amanda Browder  \ An ...
07/12/2024

ENDS WELL
curated by

140 Church Ave
Germantown, NY 12526
July 18 - Sep 21
July 18- 21

Alison Kudlow \ Amanda Browder \ An Pham \ Barry Hazard \ Bob Szantyr \ Chiara No \ Chloe Mosbacher \ David Herbert \ DeepPond Kim \ Emily Janowick \ Eric Araujo \ Gabrielle Duggan \ Jamie Martinez \ Jemila MacEwan \ Lara Saget \ Lisa Schilling \ Lizzie Wright \ Lydia Kern \ Nazli Efe \ Noémie Jennifer Bonnet \ Padma Rajendran \ Paul Gagner \ Peter Hoffmeister \ Rachel Frank \ Ruth Jeyaveeran \ Sarah Grass \ Tom Costa \ Weihui Lu \ Z Behl \ Zaq Landsberg

***On view in the gallery: Dani Klebes "A D**e Cabin of One’s Own" curated by

From our current exhibition: ⁠⁠Summer Brew⁠June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠⁠Isabel Theselius/ Paradise, 2022, cast pewter, ename...
07/11/2024

From our current exhibition: ⁠

Summer Brew⁠
June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠

Isabel Theselius/ Paradise, 2022, cast pewter, enamel paint, lamp oil, wick, fire, 6 x 4 x 4 inches

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew

From our current exhibition: ⁠⁠Summer Brew⁠June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠⁠Erin Hinz/ Chocodumpling w/ Rainbow Curls/ 2024/ oil...
07/10/2024

From our current exhibition: ⁠

Summer Brew⁠
June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠

Erin Hinz/ Chocodumpling w/ Rainbow Curls/ 2024/ oil on canvas/ 30 x 24 inches

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew

ENDS WELLcurated by 140 Church AveGermantown, NY 12526July 18 - Sep 21 July 18- 21image: Nazli Efe  Alison Kudlow  \ Ama...
07/10/2024

ENDS WELL
curated by

140 Church Ave
Germantown, NY 12526
July 18 - Sep 21
July 18- 21
image: Nazli Efe

Alison Kudlow \ Amanda Browder \ An Pham \ Barry Hazard \ Bob Szantyr \ Chiara No \ Chloe Mosbacher \ David Herbert \ DeepPond Kim \ Emily Janowick \ Eric Araujo \ Gabrielle Duggan \ Jamie Martinez \ Jemila MacEwan \ Lara Saget \ Lisa Schilling \ Lizzie Wright \ Lydia Kern \ Nazli Efe \ Noémie Jennifer Bonnet \ Padma Rajendran \ Paul Gagner \ Peter Hoffmeister \ Rachel Frank \ Ruth Jeyaveeran \ Sarah Grass \ Tom Costa \ Weihui Lu \ Z Behl \ Zaq Landsberg

From our current exhibition: ⁠⁠Summer Brew⁠June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠⁠Helen Hawley/ Clay Head, China, 500-700 CE/ 2024/ oi...
07/09/2024

From our current exhibition: ⁠

Summer Brew⁠
June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠

Helen Hawley/ Clay Head, China, 500-700 CE/ 2024/ oil on canvas/ 20IN x 24IN

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew

From our current exhibition: ⁠⁠Summer Brew⁠June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠⁠Wade Asa/ Six Relequaries / 2023 / Encaustic, mixed ...
07/08/2024

From our current exhibition: ⁠

Summer Brew⁠
June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠

Wade Asa/ Six Relequaries / 2023 / Encaustic, mixed media / 24x36"

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew

From our current online exhibition: ⁠⁠Summer Brew⁠⁠Maryam Amirvaghefi/ Our Champions Have Fallen To The Ground, But Watc...
07/08/2024

From our current online exhibition: ⁠

Summer Brew⁠

Maryam Amirvaghefi/ Our Champions Have Fallen To The Ground, But Watch Them Bounce Back, Turn All Green, Sprout Up, And Stand Tall #2, 2023, Ceramic and Marble stone , 50 x 50 x 10

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew-online

From our current exhibition: ⁠⁠Summer Brew⁠June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠⁠October/ "Saccharine"/ 2024/ Oil on cold porcelain, ...
07/07/2024

From our current exhibition: ⁠

Summer Brew⁠
June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠

October/ "Saccharine"/ 2024/ Oil on cold porcelain, canvas panel, and paper mache/ approx. 13"x16"

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew

From our current exhibition: ⁠⁠Summer Brew⁠June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠⁠Kate Finneran/ Closet Cats / 2022 / oil on canvas / ...
07/06/2024

From our current exhibition: ⁠

Summer Brew⁠
June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠

Kate Finneran/ Closet Cats / 2022 / oil on canvas / 24" x 20"

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew

From our current online exhibition: ⁠⁠Summer Brew⁠⁠Nibha Akireddy/ Self Portrait, After But You Cain't Use My Phone/ Ery...
07/06/2024

From our current online exhibition: ⁠

Summer Brew⁠

Nibha Akireddy/ Self Portrait, After But You Cain't Use My Phone/ Erykah Badu/ 2023/ oil on canvas/ 55"x55"

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew-online

ENDS WELLcurated by 140 Church AveGermantown, NY 12526July 18 - Sep 21 July 18- 21Alison Kudlow  \ Amanda Browder  \ An ...
07/05/2024

ENDS WELL
curated by

140 Church Ave
Germantown, NY 12526
July 18 - Sep 21
July 18- 21

Alison Kudlow \ Amanda Browder \ An Pham \ Barry Hazard \ Bob Szantyr \ Chiara No \ Chloe Mosbacher \ David Herbert \ DeepPond Kim \ Emily Janowick \ Eric Araujo \ Gabrielle Duggan \ Jamie Martinez \ Jemila MacEwan \ Jim Skuldt \ Kate Klingbeil \ Lara Saget \ Lisa Schilling \ Lizzie Wright \ Lydia Kern \ Nazli Efe \ Noémie Jennifer Bonnet \ Padma Rajendran \ Paul Gagner \ Peter Hoffmeister \ Rachel Frank \ Ruth Jeyaveeran \ Sarah Grass \ Tom Costa \ Weihui Lu \ Z Behl \ Zaq Landsberg

From our current exhibition: Summer BrewJune 27 - July 27, 2024Harrison Atwater/ The Hydra Dines / 2024 / Handwoven pain...
07/05/2024

From our current exhibition:

Summer Brew
June 27 - July 27, 2024

Harrison Atwater/ The Hydra Dines / 2024 / Handwoven painting with dye, pigment, colored pencil, and cotton yarn / 24” x 25.5”

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew

From last week's opening reception of our newest exhibition: SUMMER BREW⁠June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠www.fieldprojectsgaller...
07/04/2024

From last week's opening reception of our newest exhibition:

SUMMER BREW⁠
June 27 - July 27, 2024⁠

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew

Harrison Atwater , Annika Earley , Kate Finneran , October Garner , Wade Asa , Helen Hawley , Erin Hinz , Isabel Theselius , Jean Oh , Yeon Ji Yoo , Rebecca Riley , Mia Risberg , Maham Sarwar , Jiyoung Song , Natalia Tarkowska Eyekot , Erica Westenberger .westenberger , Corrine M Yonce

SUMMER BREW ONLINE EXHIBITIONCheck it out now:www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew-onlineFeaturing: Nibha Akireddy, ...
06/25/2024

SUMMER BREW ONLINE EXHIBITION

Check it out now:
www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/summer-brew-online

Featuring:

Nibha Akireddy, Austin Alphonse, Maryam Amirvaghefi, Georgina Arroyo, Stephen Benenson, Natasha Boycko, Elizabeth Bergeland, Delia Cadman, Sandra Cavanagh, Giordano Cioni, Em Croteau, Daniela Flint, Morgan Rose Free, Kyle Gallagher, John Brendan Guinan, Zahra Jewanjee, Amos Kang, Rachel Shelton & Karle Norman, Emily O'Leary, Tana Quincy Arcega, Liora Redman, Denise Reichenbach, Rebecca Rich, Sylvia Schwartz, Olivia Springberg, Kelsey Tynik, Jeanne Verdoux, Lauren Murao Walkiewicz, Callie Wilder, Magali Wilensky, Lea Wülferth, Shawn Xiao, Hikaru Yayoi

06/25/2024
Dan Schank/ "Unsolved Mysteries" / 2024 / Watercolor and pencil on paper / 20”x28”From our Summer 2024 Open Call. ⁠⁠www....
06/23/2024

Dan Schank/ "Unsolved Mysteries" / 2024 / Watercolor and pencil on paper / 20”x28”

From our Summer 2024 Open Call. ⁠

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com

Nikita/ Untitled / 2024 / Concrete, pastel / 43x56x1/2 inchesFrom our Summer 2024 Open Call. ⁠⁠www.fieldprojectsgallery....
06/22/2024

Nikita/ Untitled / 2024 / Concrete, pastel / 43x56x1/2 inches

From our Summer 2024 Open Call. ⁠

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com

Opening THURSDAY June 27, 6-8pmSUMMER BREWJune 27 - July 27, 2024Harrison Atwater  , Annika Earley  , Kate Finneran  , O...
06/21/2024

Opening THURSDAY June 27, 6-8pm

SUMMER BREW
June 27 - July 27, 2024

Harrison Atwater , Annika Earley , Kate Finneran , October Garner , Wade Asa , Helen Hawley , Erin Hinz , Isabel Theselius , Jean Oh , Yeon Ji Yoo , Rebecca Riley , Mia Risberg , Maham Sarwar , Jiyoung Song , Natalia Tarkowska Eyekot , Erica Westenberger .westenberger , Corrine M Yonce

Sally Gil/ Of Webs/ 2023/ Collaged mixed media and paint on paper/ 53" x52"From our Summer 2024 Open Call. ⁠⁠www.fieldpr...
06/21/2024

Sally Gil/ Of Webs/ 2023/ Collaged mixed media and paint on paper/ 53" x52"

From our Summer 2024 Open Call. ⁠

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com

LAST DAY TO CHECK OUT THE EXHIBITION!AMY ELKINS : PARTING WORDSMay 16 - June 20, 2024Artist Reception: June 6, 6-8 PMArt...
06/20/2024

LAST DAY TO CHECK OUT THE EXHIBITION!

AMY ELKINS :
PARTING WORDS

May 16 - June 20, 2024
Artist Reception: June 6, 6-8 PM
Artist Talk: June 8, 4 PM

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/amy-elkins-parting-words

Parting Words is a visual archive created out of mug shots and testimony readily available through public records of the 560+ people executed in Texas prisons since 1976, the year the ban on capital punishment was overturned. Using an algorithm, Elkins converted each mug shot into looping excerpts from last utterances ranging from confessions to hymns, protest to sorrows and fears. Parting Words is a work in progress, growing in size with the growing numbers of those executed in Texas, a state responsible for over 37% of all executions in the United States, which is more than the totals of Virginia, Oklahoma, Florida, Missouri, Georgia and Alabama combined.

Amy Elkins is a visual artist and educator based in the Bay Area. She received her BFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts and her MFA in Art Practice from Stanford University. She works primarily in photography and installation and has spent the past fifteen years researching, creating and exhibiting work that explores the complexities of gender, race and identity, including how they are impacted by systems of power: prisons, the military, colonization, and hierarchies built upon social constructs. Most recently Elkins' work pivots to include explorations of self as well as her family's deeply rooted and complex history in Southern California as an 8th generation born on Tongva/Gabrielino land in the greater Los Angeles area with the ancestral blood of both colonized and colonizer. Her approach is series-based, steeped in research and oscillates between formal, conceptual and documentary.

January Shi/ I Dreamt of You, In An Apocalypse / 2024 / Soft pastel on paper / 9.5x6.5 inFrom our Summer 2024 Open Call....
06/20/2024

January Shi/ I Dreamt of You, In An Apocalypse / 2024 / Soft pastel on paper / 9.5x6.5 in

From our Summer 2024 Open Call. ⁠

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com

Tomorrow is the last day to check out the exhibition!AMY ELKINS : PARTING WORDSMay 16 - June 20, 2024Artist Reception: J...
06/19/2024

Tomorrow is the last day to check out the exhibition!

AMY ELKINS :
PARTING WORDS

May 16 - June 20, 2024
Artist Reception: June 6, 6-8 PM
Artist Talk: June 8, 4 PM

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/amy-elkins-parting-words

Parting Words is a visual archive created out of mug shots and testimony readily available through public records of the 560+ people executed in Texas prisons since 1976, the year the ban on capital punishment was overturned. Using an algorithm, Elkins converted each mug shot into looping excerpts from last utterances ranging from confessions to hymns, protest to sorrows and fears. Parting Words is a work in progress, growing in size with the growing numbers of those executed in Texas, a state responsible for over 37% of all executions in the United States, which is more than the totals of Virginia, Oklahoma, Florida, Missouri, Georgia and Alabama combined.

Amy Elkins is a visual artist and educator based in the Bay Area. She received her BFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts and her MFA in Art Practice from Stanford University. She works primarily in photography and installation and has spent the past fifteen years researching, creating and exhibiting work that explores the complexities of gender, race and identity, including how they are impacted by systems of power: prisons, the military, colonization, and hierarchies built upon social constructs. Most recently Elkins' work pivots to include explorations of self as well as her family's deeply rooted and complex history in Southern California as an 8th generation born on Tongva/Gabrielino land in the greater Los Angeles area with the ancestral blood of both colonized and colonizer. Her approach is series-based, steeped in research and oscillates between formal, conceptual and documentary.

Anya Shire-Plumb/ Untitled (Battleground)/ 2022/ Oil on canvas/ 30" x 40"From our Summer 2024 Open Call. ⁠⁠www.fieldproj...
06/19/2024

Anya Shire-Plumb/ Untitled (Battleground)/ 2022/ Oil on canvas/ 30" x 40"

From our Summer 2024 Open Call. ⁠

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com

June 20th is the last day to visit the exhibition!AMY ELKINS : PARTING WORDSMay 16 - June 20, 2024Artist Reception: June...
06/18/2024

June 20th is the last day to visit the exhibition!

AMY ELKINS :
PARTING WORDS

May 16 - June 20, 2024
Artist Reception: June 6, 6-8 PM
Artist Talk: June 8, 4 PM

www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/amy-elkins-parting-words

Parting Words is a visual archive created out of mug shots and testimony readily available through public records of the 560+ people executed in Texas prisons since 1976, the year the ban on capital punishment was overturned. Using an algorithm, Elkins converted each mug shot into looping excerpts from last utterances ranging from confessions to hymns, protest to sorrows and fears. Parting Words is a work in progress, growing in size with the growing numbers of those executed in Texas, a state responsible for over 37% of all executions in the United States, which is more than the totals of Virginia, Oklahoma, Florida, Missouri, Georgia and Alabama combined.

Amy Elkins is a visual artist and educator based in the Bay Area. She received her BFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts and her MFA in Art Practice from Stanford University. She works primarily in photography and installation and has spent the past fifteen years researching, creating and exhibiting work that explores the complexities of gender, race and identity, including how they are impacted by systems of power: prisons, the military, colonization, and hierarchies built upon social constructs. Most recently Elkins' work pivots to include explorations of self as well as her family's deeply rooted and complex history in Southern California as an 8th generation born on Tongva/Gabrielino land in the greater Los Angeles area with the ancestral blood of both colonized and colonizer. Her approach is series-based, steeped in research and oscillates between formal, conceptual and documentary.

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