Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery

Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan.
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Holly Coulis - KLAUSGALLERY.cloud Edition No. 22 is now online!This edition of KLAUSGALLERY.CLOUD features a unique new ...
01/19/2024

Holly Coulis - KLAUSGALLERY.cloud Edition No. 22 is now online!

This edition of KLAUSGALLERY.CLOUD features a unique new set of gouache paintings on paper that were made during Coulis’s time on residency at Troedsson Villa in Nikko, Japan. This secluded environment immersed the artist in natural surroundings for a period of six weeks. Klaus Gallery is pleased to make these works available through this online exhibition.

“Orange Half-Drift”, 2023, by Lizzie Scott is hanging in our front gallery as a part of a two person show that also feat...
01/18/2024

“Orange Half-Drift”, 2023, by Lizzie Scott is hanging in our front gallery as a part of a two person show that also features works by Keiko Narahashi. On view through February 17.

Opening tonight, Friday, January 12: Keiko Narahashi and Lizzie Scott in the front gallery!  Reception from 6-8PM. Keiko...
01/12/2024

Opening tonight, Friday, January 12: Keiko Narahashi and Lizzie Scott in the front gallery! Reception from 6-8PM.

Keiko Narahashi’s ceramic sculptures address three-dimensionality from a painterly perspective. Narahashi experiments in the studio and follows forms through various iterations, shifting scale and color, and between abstraction and loose representation. Several of her works often have flat picture planes, with a front, back, and sides as seen from different angles.

Pictured: Keiko Narahashi, “Color Plane (with landscape 1)” 2023 and Lizzie Scott, “Round (Lavender)” 2021.



Lizzie Scott’s paintings could be seen as soft sculptures. Her padded, quilt-like forms are constructed from layers of polyester batting, crinoline, fur, and traditional canvas. They suggest the shape of buttons, grates, construction barriers or manhole covers and reflect the everyday objects of the artist’s urban environment.

Opening tomorrow, Friday, January 12: Tamara Gonzales’s new solo show “Amplifiers”In medicinal discourse, an amplifier i...
01/11/2024

Opening tomorrow, Friday, January 12: Tamara Gonzales’s new solo show “Amplifiers”

In medicinal discourse, an amplifier is something that enhances the effect of a substance to push one’s experience to a desired effect. The image of the frame is foregrounded in these new works, alluding to a time when an elaborate frame served as the finishing touch on a work of art, meant to enhance its beauty in the eye of the beholder. Gonzales’s frame images are patterned with frolicsome lines and marks, which are developed through her direct drawing process The interior of the canvases lack a rendered subject and are instead filled with swashes of color or brushstrokes. Gonzales sees this deep and expansive space as psychically reflective: a mirror of sorts, amplified by its boundaries.

Pictured: Tamara Gonzales, “Milagros” 2023, acrylic and pastel on canvas, 40 x 35 inches.

Sam Contis is featured on the cover of the annual photography issue of the FT Weekend Magazine. Baya Simons writes of Co...
01/06/2024

Sam Contis is featured on the cover of the annual photography issue of the FT Weekend Magazine.

Baya Simons writes of Contis’s new photographs of a girls’ cross-country running team “Like Degas’s studies of ballet dancers, which he worked on over several decades of observation, or the Victorian photographer Eadweard Muybridge’s galloping horses, Contis’s portraits, some colour and some black and white, are realist studies of the ‘motion of the body’”

Two new shows opening at the gallery next Friday, January 12!Tamara Gonzales, “Amplifiers” in the back gallery. Keiko Na...
01/05/2024

Two new shows opening at the gallery next Friday, January 12!

Tamara Gonzales, “Amplifiers” in the back gallery.

Keiko Narahashi + Lizzie Scott in the front gallery.

Opening reception Friday, January 12 from 6-8PM.

Happy Holidays from all of us at Klaus!The gallery is open by appointment through December 22. We will be on holiday bre...
12/20/2023

Happy Holidays from all of us at Klaus!

The gallery is open by appointment through December 22. We will be on holiday break between December 23 and January 9, 2024

We will reopen Friday, January 12 with new shows
by Tamara Gonzales, and Keiko Narahashi and Lizzie Scott.

Wishing everyone a peaceful end of the year... looking forward to seeing you in 2024!

image: Glen Baldridge, Guys What?, 2023, gouache on paper, 56.25 x 39.25 inches

Today, Saturday, December 16 is the last chance to see Sam Contis’s show “Overpass” at the gallery. We’re open till 6PM....
12/16/2023

Today, Saturday, December 16 is the last chance to see Sam Contis’s show “Overpass” at the gallery. We’re open till 6PM. Stop by!

Last chance to see Thomas Øvlisen’s high-flying gulls in “Pocket Full of Dreams”. The show is on view through tomorrow S...
12/15/2023

Last chance to see Thomas Øvlisen’s high-flying gulls in “Pocket Full of Dreams”. The show is on view through tomorrow Saturday, December 16. Don’t miss it!

Sam Contis “Overpass” is also on view through tomorrow in the front gallery.

Congratulations to Erika Ranee - Recipient of a 2023 Grant from “Anonymous Was A Woman”Anonymous Was A Woman is an unres...
12/14/2023

Congratulations to Erika Ranee - Recipient of a 2023 Grant from “Anonymous Was A Woman”

Anonymous Was A Woman is an unrestricted grant of $25,000 that enables women artists, over 40 years of age and at a significant juncture in their lives or careers, to continue to grow and pursue their work. The Award is given in recognition of an artist’s accomplishments, artistic growth, originality and potential. It is not need-based. The Award is by nomination only. Winners were chosen from among a competitive pool of applicants recommended by a group of distinguished art historians, curators, writers, and artists who serve as anonymous nominators. The 2023 award recipients range in age from 42 to 87, and work in mediums including painting, installation, performance, photography, film/video, and new media. The “no strings-attached” award is intended to provide them freedom to continue development of their creative vision.

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Today is the last day of Art Basel Miami Beach. Open until 6PM. If you weren’t able to join us this year, please visit E...
12/10/2023

Today is the last day of Art Basel Miami Beach. Open until 6PM.

If you weren’t able to join us this year, please visit Edition No. 21 of KLAUSGALLERY.CLOUD with information and further context for the works in our Geoffrey Hendricks presentation.

Link in our profile.

Geoffrey Hendricks
Survey booth S12

Thomas Øvlisen’s sculptures have traveled from a coastal town in Denmark to New York City for his solo show “Pocket Full...
12/09/2023

Thomas Øvlisen’s sculptures have traveled from a coastal town in Denmark to New York City for his solo show “Pocket Full of Dreams”

The show is on view at the gallery through December 16. Don’t miss it!

Art Basel Miami Beach is now open to the public!Stop by Booth S12 in the Survey section to see the gallery’s presentatio...
12/08/2023

Art Basel Miami Beach is now open to the public!

Stop by Booth S12 in the Survey section to see the gallery’s presentation of works by Geoffrey Hendricks (1931-2018).

On view through Sunday, December 10.

PREVIEW OPENING TODAY!  Art Basel Miami Beach:Geoffrey HendricksSurvey Section - Booth S12
12/06/2023

PREVIEW OPENING TODAY!
Art Basel Miami Beach:

Geoffrey Hendricks
Survey Section - Booth S12

Jennifer J. Lee’s “untitled (maroon sweater)” 2023 is included in the group show “Truth is Stranger”curated by Talia Lev...
12/03/2023

Jennifer J. Lee’s “untitled (maroon sweater)” 2023 is included in the group show “Truth is Stranger”
curated by Talia Levitt at Adler Beatty on the Upper East Side,
November 8 – December 20.

Check out our Klaus Holiday Shop! Editioned prints, books, accessories and original works available by gallery artists —...
12/02/2023

Check out our Klaus Holiday Shop!

Editioned prints, books, accessories and original works available by gallery artists — link in our profile!

Works featured in order:
1- Silk scarf by Holly Coulis
2- Donna Chung’s “Book of Patterns”
3- “Wrecked Exotic” 3-color risograph print by Glen Baldridge
4- “Semé: Fusiliy I” ink toner transfer on paper by Kemar Keanu Wynter
5- “Limasol Drawing” work on paper by Tamara Gonzales
6- “Come Walk With Me into the Night” Ukiyo-e woodblock print by Alex Dodge
7- “Egg 1” painted sculpture by Thomas Øvlisen

Mark Armijo McKnight is in a two-person show with Maria Antelman at Outer Space in Concord, New Hampshire through Januar...
12/01/2023

Mark Armijo McKnight is in a two-person show with Maria Antelman at Outer Space in Concord, New Hampshire through January 26!

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David Scanavino is included in the group show “Oh To Be A Painting 2” at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Los Angeles through D...
11/30/2023

David Scanavino is included in the group show “Oh To Be A Painting 2” at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Los Angeles through December 16.

The show is curated by Katelyn Ledford and includes works by Merrick Adams, Paige Bieber, Loren Erdrich, Todd Kelly, Joseph Parra, Christian Ruiz Berman, David Scanavino, Christine Tien Wang, Shuai Yang, Mathew Zefelt, and Caroline Zurmely

Pictured are Scanavino’s paintings “Green Line” and “Shell” both 2023.

Sam Contis “Untitled (from the series Overpass)” 2020-2022, gelatin silver print. Contis’s show of work from the Overpas...
11/29/2023

Sam Contis “Untitled (from the series Overpass)” 2020-2022, gelatin silver print.

Contis’s show of work from the Overpass series is on view in the front gallery through December 16!

The gallery is OPEN today, Saturday, November 25 from 11-6. On view: Thomas Øvlisen’s sculptures and paintings (on ping ...
11/25/2023

The gallery is OPEN today, Saturday, November 25 from 11-6.

On view: Thomas Øvlisen’s sculptures and paintings (on ping pong tables) in his show “Pocket Full of Dreams” (pictured) and Sam Contis’s “Overpass” series in the front gallery.

Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is pleased to announceits participation in Art Basel Miami Beach 2023 with a solo install...
11/18/2023

Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is pleased to announce
its participation in Art Basel Miami Beach 2023 with a solo installation of works by Geoffrey Hendricks (1931-2018).

December 8-10, 2023
Preview days: December 6-7
Miami Beach Convention Center

Pictured: Geoffrey Hendricks, Sky Boots, 1965

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87 Franklin Street
New York, NY
10013

Opening Hours

Tuesday 11am - 6pm
Wednesday 11am - 6pm
Thursday 11am - 6pm
Friday 11am - 6pm
Saturday 11am - 6pm

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+12127777756

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