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Jeppe Hein's new project, 'Balance of Time', will arrive in Copenhagen this summer. ✨ Jeppe Hein has created the site-sp...
06/06/2023

Jeppe Hein's new project, 'Balance of Time', will arrive in Copenhagen this summer. ✨

Jeppe Hein has created the site-specific artwork ‘Balance of Time’ for Frederiksberg Allé 41, which thematizes life as a balance between control and letting go; bringing the different forces of life into harmony.

Jeppe Hein's artwork consists of a large sphere with a diameter of 2.4 meters, slowly circulating around the edge of the building's roof. The sphere's journey takes one hour, positioning itself at the corner of Frederiksberg Allé and Platanvej every 60 minutes. As a tribute to the rest of the iconic avenue's sequence of towers, 'Balance of Time' will be placed on the roof of the building on Frederiksberg Allé 41, thereby engaging in a dialogue with the other towers along the avenue, which are reflected in the artwork's surface. Visit the link in bio to learn more!

Join us⚡️Friday, March 10, 6-8 PM for the opening reception for Tala Madani's 'Dirty Windows'✨Pictured: Tala Madani, Wea...
03/07/2023

Join us⚡️Friday, March 10, 6-8 PM for the opening reception for Tala Madani's 'Dirty Windows'✨

Pictured: Tala Madani, Weather Modification II, 2023, Oil on linen, 72 x 72 inches

Central to the exhibition is the concept of windows. Using the sky as a background and the canvas' veneer as a foreground, the paintings become permanent structures for doodling. Like fingers playfully dragging across condensation on dirty glass, Madani projects her imagination into the ether as drawings of miniature stick figures, unidentifiable men, and buildings create scenes of narrative. Weather serves as a tertiary element between the dichotomy of what’s above and what’s in front. While weather can move clouds and fog up windows, in Madani’s pictures, it also transforms the figment of one’s psyche. ☁️

Happy birthday to the one and only Rodney Graham, who would have turned 74 today ❤️Born in and based in Vancouver, Graha...
01/16/2023

Happy birthday to the one and only Rodney Graham, who would have turned 74 today ❤️

Born in and based in Vancouver, Graham was a true polymath, steeped in art, music, film, literature, psychoanalysis and popular culture. Alongside Jeff Wall and Stan Douglas, Graham emerged from the University of British Columbia, Burnaby, Canada in the 1970s as a radical pioneer of lens-based media, albeit with the added ability to skewer and further the conceptual and minimal art practices prevalent in New York at the time. His works vary in materials, subjects and intention, but can always be said to be performative, whether that is in the noisy 35mm projector beaming moving images of a chandelier spinning out of control (‘Torqued Chandelier Release’, 2005, then realised as a physical work in Vancouver, 2019) or the artist recreating Albert Hoffman’s bicycle ride around Berlin’s Tiergarten after ingesting the first hit of L*D (‘Phonokinetoscope’, 2001).

Learn more about Rodney Graham’s life and legacy at the link in bio.

Pictured here is: Rodney Graham, 'Cactus Fan', 2013. Painted aluminum light box with transmounted chromogenic transparency.

Stephen Shore's new MACK title, 'Topographies: Aerial Surveys of the American Landscape' releases in February!🏡Repost fr...
01/11/2023

Stephen Shore's new MACK title, 'Topographies: Aerial Surveys of the American Landscape' releases in February!🏡

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Stephen Shore's latest body of work, 'Topographies: Aerial Surveys of the American Landscape,' reveals in arresting detail the interplay of natural and man-made landscapes in Montana, North Carolina, New York, and beyond, in photographs all of which are shot by drone.⁠

Here, Shore revisits the original ambitions of the renowned 1975 exhibition ‘New Topographics’, using a new aerial viewpoint to consider afresh the concerns of the movement – the objective, the commonplace, and the relationship of the natural and man-made in the American landscape – reflecting on how these might be applied in the twenty-first century.⁠

As much as exploring the formal possibilities of the aerial photograph, Topographies displays a glorious dedication to detail and surprise, in which the slightest bend of a river or turn of a shadow uncovers the textures and colours of America’s urban and suburban landscapes, all investigated with Shore’s signature rigour.⁠

📸 Stephen Shore⁠

🏃‍♂️ Reserve your signed copies now⁠

🔗 Link in bio for more information and to reserve⁠
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Sam Falls, 'We Are Dust and Shadow', opens at  on January 27!Sam Falls’s show at moCa, the artist’s first major solo mus...
01/10/2023

Sam Falls, 'We Are Dust and Shadow', opens at on January 27!

Sam Falls’s show at moCa, the artist’s first major solo museum exhibition, offers expansive insight into his unique practice of collaborating with nature to create monumental paintings and sculptures. Falls’s poetic, ghostly works examine the sublimity and inherent melancholy of nature’s cycles and finite life. Interested in photographic exposure and representation, Falls experiments with the effects of sunlight, rain, and temperature, harnessing weather patterns and environmental conditions to create paintings, sculptures, and photographs in and with nature. In addition to new sculptures and paintings made by Falls in various national parks across the country, moCa is partnering with the Cleveland Botanical Garden & Holden Arboretum on programming and to support Falls’s creation of new ceramic works, using materials from Northeast Ohio.

Pictured: Sam Falls, Untitled (San Bernardino National Forest, CA.), 2017-2019. Pigment on canvas, 128 x 272 inches. Photo: Ed Mumford.


Last chance ⏳ it’s the final weekend to see Mary Heilmann's 'Red Mirage' in The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum  group e...
01/07/2023

Last chance ⏳ it’s the final weekend to see Mary Heilmann's 'Red Mirage' in The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum group exhibition, 52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone!

52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone celebrates the fifty-first anniversary of the historic exhibition Twenty Six Contemporary Women Artists, curated by Lucy R. Lippard and presented at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in 1971. 52 Artists showcases works by the artists included in the original 1971 exhibition, alongside a new roster of twenty-six female identifying or nonbinary emerging artists, tracking the evolution of feminist art practices over the past five decades.

Pictured: 1)"Red Mirage", 2017, Acrylic on canvas and wood, 24.25 x 18 x 2.25.” Photo: Thomas Müller 2) "52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone"(installation view), The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, June 6, 2022 to January 8, 2023. Photo: Jason Mandella.

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Happy Birthday to Jane and Louise Wilson  ! 🎂Pictured is their work, “Untitled  #13 'I'd Walk With You But Not With Her’...
01/06/2023

Happy Birthday to Jane and Louise Wilson ! 🎂

Pictured is their work, “Untitled #13 'I'd Walk With You But Not With Her’’,” 2019, Pigment print on Hahnemuhle paper, 43 x 43 inches.

This work is part of a photographic series begun in the summer of 2018, when the Wilson sisters traveled to South Korea's Gapado Island to partake in an artist residency program, part of a broader initiative to preserve the island’s environmental and cultural values.

Printed on metallic photo rag paper, the imagery depicts sea urchins intertwined with island landscapes, lava rock stacks and deserted sites which were once shrines. Shrine worship is an aspect of shamanism on Gapado Island that is an integral part of the elderly generation’s traditions, notably the extraordinary group of female Haeneyo free divers who make their living harvesting and selling seafood. It is a practice that exemplifies their sister-like bond-- when they are together, they share everything. Due to the dangers inherent in free-diving and the changing tides of women in the workplace, their cherished tradition is in jeopardy. This body of work serves to investigate and demonstrate the psychic intersection between defensive architecture and Shaman shrines.

Esteban Jefferson, 'May 25, 2020', opens January 14 at 303 Gallery.The exhibition’s title refers to the date of the murd...
01/05/2023

Esteban Jefferson, 'May 25, 2020', opens January 14 at 303 Gallery.

The exhibition’s title refers to the date of the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer, and the beginning of a series of ongoing protests denouncing police brutality and racial injustice which immediately ensued in cities around the world. A life-long New Yorker, Jefferson’s latest works consider the related symbolism of flags and toppling of equestrian monuments in New York, through the lens of racial and colonial legacies. Through repeated visits to sites of protest, from small interventions like flags taped to a stop sign to large-scale vandalism of well-known colonialist monuments, Jefferson tracks the lifespan of the 2020 protests.

Pictured: Esteban Jefferson, ‘November 11, 2020’ (2022), Oil and graphite on linen. Photo: Dan Bradica.

Happy Birthday to Mary Heilmann  ! 🎊For every piece of Mary Heilmann’s work—abstract paintings, ceramics, and furniture—...
01/03/2023

Happy Birthday to Mary Heilmann ! 🎊

For every piece of Mary Heilmann’s work—abstract paintings, ceramics, and furniture—there is a backstory. Imbued with recollections, stories spun from her imagination, and references to music, aesthetic influences, and dreams, her paintings are like meditations or icons. Her expert and sometimes surprising treatment of paint—alternately diaphanous and goopy—complements a keen sense of color that glories in the hues and light that emanate from her laptop, and finds inspiration in the saturated colors of TV cartoons such as "The Simpsons." Her compositions are often hybrid spatial environments that juxtapose two- and three-dimensional renderings in a single frame, join several canvases into new works, or create diptychs of paintings and photographs in the form of prints, slideshows, and videos. Heilmann sometimes installs her paintings alongside chairs and benches that she designs—an open invitation for viewers to socialize and contemplate her work communally. ✨

Pictured is her painting, “Dreamy Waves,” 2022, Acrylic on canvas, 20 1/8 x 20 1/8 x 1 3/8. 🌞

Happy Birthday to Elad Lassry! 🎈Elad Lassry probes and disrupts photographic images and prescribed modes of looking to a...
12/26/2022

Happy Birthday to Elad Lassry! 🎈

Elad Lassry probes and disrupts photographic images and prescribed modes of looking to analyze the relationship between objects and their representations. Using various elements such as wire and stainless steel ball bearings to obscure images, Lassry alters the flatness and framing of his pictures to destabilize how we engage with photography. His rigorous conceptual strategies generate intentional collisions, highlighting perceptual paradoxes inherent to the photographic medium, while questioning the very meaning of pictures in contemporary culture.

Pictured here is his work, “Untitled (Carpet, Sea Spider),” 2019, Silver gelatin print, offset print on paper, stainless steel, walnut frame, 11.25 x 14.25 x 2 inches framed.

We are proud to announce 'May 25, 2020', Esteban Jefferson’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, opening January 14,...
12/09/2022

We are proud to announce 'May 25, 2020', Esteban Jefferson’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, opening January 14, 2023. The exhibition’s title refers to the date of the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer, and the beginning of a series of ongoing protests denouncing police brutality and racial injustice which immediately ensued in cities around the world. A life-long New Yorker, Jefferson’s latest works consider the related symbolism of flags and toppling of equestrian monuments in New York, through the lens of racial and colonial legacies. Through repeated visits to sites of protest, from small interventions like flags taped to a stop sign to large-scale vandalism of well-known colonialist monuments, Jefferson tracks the lifespan of the 2020 protests. On view will be three pairs of paintings made in the artist’s distinctive investigative style, contrasting meticulously rendered subjects with muted surroundings, as well as video work.

Pictured: Esteban Jefferson, ‘November 11, 2020’ (2022), Oil and graphite on linen. Photo: Dan Bradica.

⚡️Tala Madani: Biscuits⚡️, continues at The Geffen Contemporary at  through February 19, 2023.Tala Madani will be in con...
12/07/2022

⚡️Tala Madani: Biscuits⚡️, continues at The Geffen Contemporary at through February 19, 2023.

Tala Madani will be in conversation with Ottessa Moshfegh tomorrow, Thursday Dec 8 at 6:30pm PST for an in-person lecture.✨
Admission is free. Visit the link in bio for event details.

Installation view of Tala Madani: Biscuits, September 10 , 2022 – February 19 , 2023 at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. Courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). Photo by Jeff McLane.


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12/03/2022

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‘An artwork can pull you into places that you would not normally go, and free you to explore things beyond the realm of your experience.’ Doug Aitken⁠

Join us in Singapore as we celebrate the launch of Doug Aitken's most extensive monograph to date, 'Works 1992-2022'. At the first event for this landmark publication, Aitken will be in conversation with Art & Market founder Nadya Wang, discussing Aitken's expansive practice and the making of this ambitious new book.⁠

Sunday 4 December⁠
14:00 SGT⁠

72-13⁠
72-13 Mohamed Sultan Road ⁠
Singapore 239007⁠

🌊 Link in bio to RSVP - free to attend⁠

This event is co-organised with STPI.⁠

📸 Doug Aitken, 'Underwater Pavilions' (2016), from 'Works 1992-2022'⁠

✨Mary Heilmann, 'Daydream'✨, opens this Saturday, September 17!Pictured here are some views from the show:1) Mary Heilma...
09/13/2022

✨Mary Heilmann, 'Daydream'✨, opens this Saturday, September 17!

Pictured here are some views from the show:
1) Mary Heilmann, 'Wonder Waves', 2022, Acrylic on canvas.
2,4) Installation view: Mary Heilmann, 'Daydream', 303 Gallery, New York, 2022.
3) Mary Heilmann, 'Barrel and Tube', 2020, Acrylic on canvas and glazed ceramic.
5) Mary Heilmann, 'Splash View', 2022, Acrylic on canvas.🌊


Final two days to see our booth (310) at  at Javits Center.For this year's edition of The Armory Show we're thrilled to ...
09/10/2022

Final two days to see our booth (310) at at Javits Center.

For this year's edition of The Armory Show we're thrilled to present a selection of works by Doug Aitken, Sam Falls, Ceal Floyer, Rodney Graham, Mary Heilmann, Jeppe Hein, Matt Johnson, Alicja Kwade, Tala Madani, Tanya Merrill, Rob Pruitt and Sue Williams.

 pictured here with her piece, 'Principium', 2022, at our Armory booth earlier today! continues through Sunday, Septembe...
09/09/2022

pictured here with her piece, 'Principium', 2022, at our Armory booth earlier today!

continues through Sunday, September 11 at Javitz Center.

09/09/2022

TODAY ✨ 11am–12pm (EDT) at Center Plaza, Rockefeller Plaza, Armory VIPs are invited to join an artist visit by Jeppe Hein to interact with the piece.

✨Details on the event in the link to in bio. ✨



Installation view: Jeppe Hein, Changing Spaces at Rockefeller Center, June 21 – October 14 2022 © Studio Jeppe Hein, Courtesy the artist; Rockefeller Center; 303 Gallery, New York; and König Galerie, Berlin. Video: Anna Morgowicz

Come see us during the VIP Preview of  today! ✨The Armory Show, September 8 - 11, Javitz Center, Booth 310.✨ For this ye...
09/08/2022

Come see us during the VIP Preview of today!

✨The Armory Show, September 8 - 11, Javitz Center, Booth 310.✨ For this year's edition of The Armory Show we are thrilled to present a selection of works by Doug Aitken, Sam Falls, Ceal Floyer, Rodney Graham, Mary Heilmann, Jeppe Hein, Matt Johnson, Alicja Kwade, Tala Madani, Tanya Merrill, Rob Pruitt and Sue Williams.

Pictured: Installation views, 303 Gallery at The Armory Show 2022 © 303 Gallery. photography by Sebastiano Pellion di Persano

✨Tala Madani: Biscuits opens September 10 at The Geffen Contemporary at  ! ✨This is the first North American survey of I...
09/06/2022

✨Tala Madani: Biscuits opens September 10 at The Geffen Contemporary at ! ✨

This is the first North American survey of Iranian-born artist Tala Madani’s paintings and animations. Bringing together fifteen years of the artist’s incisive work, the exhibition will highlight the often-absurd socio-cultural dynamics enacted within Madani’s art and, more broadly, the potent and combustible relationship between art history and global history. Madani’s paintings and animations are powerful meditations on the potential for art to reflect the deeply-seated cultural fears, conflicts, and desires of our present day. Rich in narrative and heavy in irony, they elicit curiosity, fantasy, and repulsion.

Tala Madani: Biscuits will be accompanied by a substantial full-color exhibition catalogue published by MACK, the most comprehensive publication to date on the artist. Available for pre-order on the website.📚

Pictured: 1) Tala Madani, 'A Banana Is Speaking', 2017, oil on linen 20 1/8 x 17 1/8 in. (51.1 x 43.5 cm). Private collection, Germany. Photo by Fredrik Nilsen. 2-8) Tala Madani: Biscuits, 2022. Copyright © 2022 MACK


⚡️Come see us at The Armory Show next week!⚡️We will be presenting works by Doug Aitken, Sam Falls, Ceal Floyer, Rodney ...
09/02/2022

⚡️Come see us at The Armory Show next week!⚡️

We will be presenting works by Doug Aitken, Sam Falls, Ceal Floyer, Rodney Graham, Mary Heilmann, Jeppe Hein, Matt Johnson, Alicja Kwade, Tala Madani, Tanya Merrill, Rob Pruitt, and Sue Williams at Booth 310, Javitz Center. VIP Preview Day: Thursday, September 8.

Pictured: 1)Doug Aitken, 'ZOOM', 2022, Wood, mirror © Doug Aitken; 2)Tanya Merrill, 'Seaside', 2022, Oil on linen. © Tanya Merrill; 3)Alicja Kwade, 'Principium', 2022, Bronze patinated, grisano granite. © Alicja Kwade; 4)Rob Pruitt, 'Finley', 2022, Acrylic, enamel, and flocking on linen. © Rob Pruitt; Photo: Justin Craun; 5)Sam Falls, 'Wash It All Away (1)', 2022, Pigment on canvas. Photo: Justin Craun © Sam Falls.

Happy Birthday to Esteban Jefferson! 🎂 Pictured here is his work, 'Window', 2022, Oil and graphite on linen. 🪟 Esteban J...
09/01/2022

Happy Birthday to Esteban Jefferson! 🎂 Pictured here is his work, 'Window', 2022, Oil and graphite on linen. 🪟

Esteban Jefferson's practice centers around issues of race, identity and the legacies of colonialism. Using photography, drawing, painting, and sound installation as forms of documentation, Jefferson paints the focal points of his compositions in great detail, creating a stark contrast between the subject or object in focus and the surrounding environment. The paintings are left intentionally unfinished, creating a raw style emblematic of his investigative process. ✨

To learn more about Esteban Jefferson, visit his artist page through the link in bio. 👈

READ⚡️Mary Heilmann's 'The All Night Movie' (Primary Information, 2022) reviewed in  by Raphael Rubinstein. Tap the link...
08/31/2022

READ⚡️Mary Heilmann's 'The All Night Movie' (Primary Information, 2022) reviewed in by Raphael Rubinstein. Tap the link in bio to read the article! 📖

Mary Heilmann, 'The All Night Movie' is available on the website.

Mary Heilmann's upcoming solo show at 303 Gallery, 'Daydream', opens to the public on September 17!


⚡️Final week to see Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster's 'Alienarium 5' at Serpentine South Gallery, London. 👽There will be a c...
08/30/2022

⚡️Final week to see Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster's 'Alienarium 5' at Serpentine South Gallery, London. 👽

There will be a concert 8pm BST today at Serpentine Pavilion by Exotourisme, the final live programme for the exhibition.

Exotourisme is a musical, vocal and visual rift in the glittering electro-pop galaxy. The collaborative duo comprising experimental artist and singer Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, and musician and experimental artist Julien Perez, have been sending sounds and signals into space since 2018. Shining like a 2000s neon sign in a haunting psychic landscape, Exotourisme is a melancholic and bewitching dream, saturated with cinematographic nostalgia. With their retro-futurist electro melodies, the duo are inspired by films such as 'Blade Runner' and 'Solaris', as well as 1990s French ‘cold wave’. 🛸

The group’s first album, 'Replicante', hacks the android memories of 'Blade Runner' characters such as Rachael and Pris, transcribed and sung by Gonzalez-Foerster. The album also includes narration by writer and philosopher Paul B. Preciado, who has been an ongoing collaborator of Gonzalez-Foerster.

Taking place inside 'Black Chapel', the Serpentine Pavilion 2022 designed by Theaster Gates, this concert marks the beginning of the ‘Replicante Tour’, which celebrates the duo’s first album, and will continue with concerts in Bergen, Paris, Berlin and beyond.



Pictured: 1-3) Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Martial Galfione and Mike Gaughan, Metapanorama, 2022. Installation view, Alienarium 5 (Serpentine South, 14 April - 4 September 2022). Photo: Hugo Glendinning. © The artist and Serpentine, 2022. 4) Photo: Giasco Bertoli, 2019

Happy Birthday to Jacob Kassay! 🎊 Pictured here is his recent show 'Nobody's Home', at 1413 5th Ave, New York, 2022.🦀 Ja...
08/29/2022

Happy Birthday to Jacob Kassay! 🎊 Pictured here is his recent show 'Nobody's Home', at 1413 5th Ave, New York, 2022.🦀

Jacob Kassay’s practice is concerned with experimental and conceptual method and making. Hovering between painting, sculpture and interactive installation, his work is conceived as a response to space. The arrangement of an exhibition and how his pieces interact with the surrounding architecture – and ultimately their audience – is key to understanding the essence of his work. Kassay’s paintings interrelate and form multiple dialogues: with each other, with the space around them and with the viewer. His practice also encompasses film and sculpture. ✨

To learn more about Jacob Kassay, visit his artist page through the link in bio. 👈

⚡️‘Kim Gordon for Design Office Feat. In-House Photography by Josephine Pryde’ opens Friday August 26 at the Museum im B...
08/25/2022

⚡️‘Kim Gordon for Design Office Feat. In-House Photography by Josephine Pryde’ opens Friday August 26 at the Museum im Bellpark ✨

Pictured here is 'Kim Gordon - Chronicles Vol. 3', a catalogue produced by Nieves in collaboration with the museum can be pre-ordered on the Nieves website now and will be available during the exhibition at the Museum im Bellpark. Visit the link in the bio to learn more about the publication. 👆

Rob Pruitt has collaborated with Richardson on a capsule collection of limited garments.  A longtime friend of Richardso...
08/23/2022

Rob Pruitt has collaborated with Richardson on a capsule collection of limited garments.

A longtime friend of Richardson, the Richardson x Rob Pruitt collection includes an Aloha Set with a button-down short sleeve Shirt and Shorts in an all-over panda print; the Glitter Panda T-Shirt in Black; as well as a knit Sweater with a glitter panda print. Accessories incorporate glitter panda graphics with Richardson logos and Rob Pruitt’s artist signature: the Glitter Bucket Hat in Black, and Sequin Pillow with hand-beaded embellishments - Edition of 20.

The capsule release will include two of Rob Pruitt’s original Panda paintings for sale in-store at Richardson’s New York location, in conjunction with 303 Gallery. Allegedly created using ketchup squeeze bottles, the two paintings, 'Kingsman Panda (Indigo and
White)' and 'Go Away (Indigo and White)' are Indigo enamel on canvas. Each painting is on sale for $12,000. The Richardson x Rob Pruitt Collection will be available exclusively on Richardsonshop.com and Richardson flagship stores on August 25th in the US and August 27th in Japan.

Pictured: 1) Rob Pruitt, 'Kingsman Panda (Indigo and White)', 2021. 2) Studio Shot by 3) Richardson x Rob Pruitt T-Shirt

We are proud to announce, 'End of Day', an exhibition of new work by Nick Mauss.✨Opens in our project room on September ...
08/22/2022

We are proud to announce, 'End of Day', an exhibition of new work by Nick Mauss.✨Opens in our project room on September 17!✨

Over the past year, Mauss has been working with new techniques and processes in ceramic that extend his decade-long collaboration with Bottega Gatti in Faenza, Italy. In 2018, while working there on a series of murals for the I.M. Pei-designed Chemical Engineering building at MIT (Dispersed Events), Mauss began planning an extended stay during which he could experiment without any specific framework. The materials of ceramic—clay, glaze and firing—require patience, improvisation and care, and Mauss takes the periods of delay intrinsic to these processes (days, weeks, sometimes months) as a way of re-thinking the temporality of techniques of drawing and making textiles as he slides them into ceramic (these techniques include: sgraffito, wax-resist, stenciling, underglaze as underdrawing, and marbling clay bodies together). Mauss stresses materials to do things at the limit of their capacity, and sometimes a shift between intention and result catalyzes a rethinking of everything. The final works hold the quality of both changeability and repair, crystalizing contradictory tensions and flashes of lucidity—a thinking as form in our present world.

Image: Nick Mauss, Wish, 2022, Glazed ceramic. © Nick Mauss, courtesy the artist and 303 Gallery, New York. Photo: Justin Craun

Happy Birthday to Mike Nelson! 🙌 Pictured is his site-specific installation 'The House of the Farmer', at Palazzo dell'A...
08/20/2022

Happy Birthday to Mike Nelson! 🙌 Pictured is his site-specific installation 'The House of the Farmer', at Palazzo dell'Agricoltore, Parma, 2021.

Nelson's installations are expansive dominions for assemblages of cultural detritus, often referencing specific works of literature and countercultural or failed political movements. Working with figures and materials on the fringes of society, Nelson asks his viewers to spend time inhabiting worlds that, while foreign on the surface, reveal intrinsic truths and modes of thought that affect even the most basic cultural activities. ✨

To learn more about Mike Nelson, visit his artist page through the link in bio. 👈

Photo: Lucio Rossi

On view 💦 Jeppe Hein, 'Who Are You Really?', is up until August 28 at Moderna Museet, Stockholm✨Pictured: Jeppe Hein, 'S...
08/17/2022

On view 💦 Jeppe Hein, 'Who Are You Really?', is up until August 28 at Moderna Museet, Stockholm✨

Pictured: Jeppe Hein, 'Spaces in Circles', 2022. Photo: Åsa Lundén / Moderna Museet



✨We are pleased to announce 'Daydream', Mary Heilmann's fourth solo exhibition with the gallery since 2005.✨Opens Septem...
08/15/2022

✨We are pleased to announce 'Daydream', Mary Heilmann's fourth solo exhibition with the gallery since 2005.✨Opens September 17


On view will be new paintings, ceramics, and an installation of brightly colored furniture designed by the artist. The exhibition title speaks to Heilmann’s intuitive approach while at work in her Bridgehampton studio on Long Island’s East End, an area known as a historic haven for artists since the days of Roy Lichtenstein, Willem de Kooning, Lee Krasner, and Jackson Po***ck.

👆Visit the link in bio to read the full press release!

Pictured: Mary Heilmann, 'Red Break', 2021. © Mary Heilmann, courtesy the artist and 303 Gallery, New York. Photo: Genevieve Hanson

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303 Gallery was first established by owner and director Lisa Spellman in 1984 at 303 Park Avenue South. In addition to its address, the gallery name also references Alfred Stieglitz's "Intimate Gallery" artists-collaborative located in Room 303 of the Anderson Galleries building. Spellman's 303 Gallery moved to the East Village in 1986 where she invited such artists as Christopher Wool and Robert Gober to curate special artist projects and collaborations. 1989 marked 303 Gallery's move to 89 Greene Street in Soho where Vito Acconci, Andreas Gursky, Larry Johnson, and Rirkrit Tiravanija had solo exhibitions. It was on Greene Street that Spellman initially exhibited Doug Aitken, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Rodney Graham, Karen Kilimnik, and Collier Schorr. In 1996, 303 Gallery was among the first galleries to move to Chelsea, opening at 525 West 22nd Street and subsequently moving to 547 West 21st Street in 2008 and to 507 West 24th Street in 2013. In 2016 the gallery opened its new location at 555 West 21 Street in a building designed by principal architect Norman Foster + Partners.

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