Tag: Joins

Myrlande Constant Joins Fort Gansevoort’s Roster – ARTnews.com

Haitian textile artist Myrlande Constant, known for her extravagantly embellished drapo Vodou, or Vodou flags, has joined the roster of Fort Gansevoort gallery in New York. The gallery will present its first exhibition of Constant’s work in New York in 2022. Constant’s large-scale textile tableaux—”paintings with beads,” according to the artist—draw on Vodou myths and Haitian visual traditions. Her works contain intricate beadwork and ...

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Eric N. Mack Joins Paula Cooper Gallery – ARTnews.com

Eric N. Mack, whose monumental fabric installations were standouts at the 2019 Whitney Biennial, has joined Paula Cooper Gallery in New York. Mack will continue to be represented by Morán Morán in Los Angeles. A new work by the artist, titled Lucky, will be featured in the gallery’s booth at Art Basel Miami Beach next week. Though they create large-scale installation pieces, Mack resolutely identifies ...

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Camille Henrot Joins Hauser & Wirth – ARTnews.com

With New York’s beloved Metro Pictures gallery set to shutter at the end of the year, Camille Henrot, one of the artists that it represented, has joined a new gallery: Hauser & Wirth, which has 15 locations worldwide. Hauser & Wirth will represent her in the U.S., and she will maintain representation with her other international galleries, Kamel Mennour (in London and Paris) and König ...

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Kevin Beasley Joins Roster of Regen Projects Gallery – ARTnews.com

Kevin Beasley, whose work with sculpture and sound often delves into African American histories and imagined futures, is joining the roster of Los Angeles–based gallery Regen Projects. He will continued to be represented by Casey Kaplan in New York. His first show at Regen Projects is scheduled for April 2022. Nominated for the prestigious Hugo Boss Prize in 2020, Beasley has presented exhibitions and ...

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Painter Cheyney Thompson Joins Lisson Gallery – ARTnews.com

Cheyney Thompson, a painter known for abstractions that seem to blur the line between the handmade and the mass produced, has joined the roster of Lisson Gallery, which has spaces in New York, London, and Shanghai. Lisson is among the most prominent galleries in New York, representing artists such as Marina Abramović, Ai Weiwei, Carmen Herrera, Sean Scully, and Stanley Whitney. And, in a ...

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Dominic Chambers, Fast-Rising Figurative Painter, Joins Lehmann Maupin – ARTnews.com

Dominic Chambers believes in self-care. The fast-rising figurative painter has gained recognition for expansive canvases in which the mundane and magical converge. In an early work, a woman sits on a couch absorbed in a book; the couch floats along an abstracted blue backdrop reminiscent of a rushing river. Themes of leisure and Black intellectualism run through his paintings. “It’s important to present Black ...

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Latest News in Black Art: Roxane Gay Named Board President at Performance Space, Alexis Assam Joins Virginia Museum of Fine Arts as Assistant Curator, Emma Amos Catalog Wins Gold Medal & More

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   Author and Art Collector Roxane Gay. | Photo by Reggie Cunningham   Appointments BESTSELLING AUTHOR and art collector Roxane Gay is the new president of the board at Performance Space New York. Located in the East Village, the nonprofit describes itself as “the birthplace ...

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Latest News in Black Art: Michaela Yearwood-Dan Joins Marianne Boesky Gallery, Colin Powell Portrait on Display at Smithsonian, Plus Chef Bryant Terry’s New Book on Art, Stories, and Recipes & More

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   MICHAELA YEARWOOD-DAN, “A conduit for joy,” 2021 (oil, acrylic, ink, gold leaf and swarovski crystals on canvas; Overall: 87 x 141 3/4 inches / 221 x 360 cm; Each Panel: 87 x 70 7/8 inches / 221 x 180 cm   Representation MARIANNE BOESKY ...

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Julieta González Joins Inhotim After Leaving Museo Jumex – ARTnews.com

Two years after she left the Museo Jumex in Mexico City, Julieta González, a star curator who has held positions at some of Central America’s top institutions, has been appointed the artistic director of Brazil’s Inhotim museum. The announcement of her new post came as part of a larger restructuring of the leadership at Inhotim, a 5,000-acre outdoor art space that was founded by ...

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