Joanne Greenbaum

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Joanne Greenbaum has mounted three solo exhibitions in 2016; her shows at greengrassi (London) and Richard Telles Fine Art (Los Angeles) opened this winter, and her current show is on view at Rachel Uffner Gallery (New York) until July 1. Other solo shows include Galerie Crone (Berlin), Texas Gallery (Houston), Nicolas Krupp (Basel), Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago), D’Amelio Terras (New York) and CCA Andratx (Majorca). Greenbaum has mounted two person shows with Polly Apfelbaum at Halsey McKay Gallery (East Hampton), and Jean-Baptiste Bernadet at Michael Jon Gallery (Miami). Selected group exhibitions include The Chinati Foundation (Marfa), MoMA PS1 (Queens), The Flag Art Foundation (New York), Hammer Museum (Los Angeles), Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art (Ridgefield, CT), and Art Institute Chicago. Joanne Greenbaum is the recipient of the Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Award in Art from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Grant, and a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. She was born in 1953 in New York City, and continues to live and work in New York.

Ridley Howard


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Ridley Howard has mounted solo exhibitions at Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Zach Feuer Gallery (New York), Leo Koenig (New York), Koenig & Clinton (New York), Fredericks & Freiser Gallery (New York), Andrehn-Schiptjenko (Stockholm), Fredric Snitzer Gallery (Miami), and Savannah College of Art and Design among others. His work has been included in group shows including James Cohan Gallery (New York), Derek Eller Gallery (New York), Deitch Projects (New York), Kravetz and Wehby (New York), Galerie Torri (Paris), Alon Segev Gallery (Tel Aviv), Groefllin Maag (Basel), East International, selected by Neo Rauch and Harry Lybke (Norwich, UK), High Museum of Art (Atlanta), CCA Andraxt (Mallorca), Knoxville Museum of Art (TN), and National Academy Museum (NY). Howard has been featured in Modern PaintersArt in AmericaArtforum, The New York TimesBoston GlobeNew York Observer, and The New Yorker, among others. He was born in 1973 in Atlanta, GA, and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Dan Attoe


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Dan Attoe has mounted solo exhibitions at Half Gallery (New York), Peres Projects (Berlin + Los Angeles), Western Exhibitions (Chicago), Museo de Arte Contemporanea de Castilla y Leon, and Vilma Gold (London). He has been included in group exhibitions at MoMA PS1 (New York), Franklin Parrash Gallery (New York), The Hole (New York), Zabludowicz Collection (London) and Astrup Fearnley Museet (Oslo) among others. He has been featured in The New York Times, Artforum, PaperArtInfo, Frieze, Muse, and GQ. He was born in 1975 (Bremerton, Washington), and currently lives and works in Portland, Oregon.

Jan-Ole Schiemann


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Jan-Ole Schiemann mounted solo shows at both Mier Gallery (Los Angeles) and Half Gallery (New York) in 2015. Recently Schiemann was included in 17 Abstract Paintings, Warhus Rittershaus, Cologne (2014) and Modell Kusntverein1: Benefiz Auktion, Kunstverein Aachen, Germany (2014). He is a graduate of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf under Albert Oehlen and Andreas Schulze (2007-2013). Jan-Ole Schiemann currently lives and works in Cologne, Germany.

Philip H. Ashley


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Philip H. Ashley has exhibited work at Tate Modern (London), Nicelle Beauchene Gallery (New York), CANADA (New York), Cuevas Tilleard (New York), Andrew Edlin Gallery (New York), New Release (New York), and Safe Gallery (Brooklyn). He has been featured in The New York Times, VICE, and AlphaSixty. Philip H. Ashley was born in Chattanooga, TN and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Paul Kremer


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Paul Kremer will mount a solo exhibition at Makebish (New York) on May 5. He has exhibited worldwide, including shows at Marlborough Chelsea (New York), Zürcher Gallery (New York), Mark Flood Resents (Miami), Cardoza Fine Art (Houston), and Fondazione 107 (Turin). Kremer was a co-founder of the “I Love You Baby” collective, which included fellow Houstonian Mark Flood, and runs the blog Great Art In Ugly Rooms. He has been included in publications such as The New York Times, Interview Magazine, Observer and Another Magazine. Paul Kremer lives and works in Houston, Texas.

Greg Bogin


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Greg Bogin (b. 1965 in New York, NY) will show work with Marlborough Chelsea at the Dallas Art Fair this week. Bogin has mounted solo shows at Marlborough Chelsea (New York), Leo Koenig Inc. (New York, NY), Mary Boone Gallery (New York, NY), Jablonka Galerie (Koln, Germany), Paolo Curti/Annamaria Gambuzzi & Co (Milan, Italy), and Galerie Bruno Bischofberger (Zurich, Switzerland). He was included in group exhibitions at Galerie Frank Elbaz (Paris, France), Galeria Marlborough (Madrid, Spain), and The Hole (New York), among others. His work is featured in Artforum, The New Yorker, Art in America, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, The Village Voice, and WWD. Bogin received his BFA from The Cooper Union of New York and currently lives and works in New York City.

Helen Rae


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Helen Rae is a self-taught artist who has been based in Claremont, California since 1938. She mounted a solo exhibition at The Good Luck Gallery (Los Angeles) and has shown in group shows both domestically and internationally. She works from First Street Gallery Art Center, a progressive studio for artists with developmental challenges.

Hanna Liden


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Hanna Liden will show work at Salon 94 Bowery (New York) this May. She has mounted solo exhibitions at Maccarone (New York), Salon 94 (New York), Half Gallery (New York), Galleria Lorcan O’Neill (Rome), Fireplace Project (East Hampton) and Galerie Gmurzynska (Zurich). She has been included in the 2006 Whitney Biennial and group shows at Gagosian (New York), V1 Gallery (Copenhagen), Marian Goodman (Paris), Salon 94 (New York) and Flag Art Foundation (New York). Liden was born in 1976 (Stockholm, Sweden) and currently lives and works in New York.

Austin Eddy


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Austin Eddy will release an artist book with Yundler Brondino Verlag at Offprint London which opens at Tate Modern this May. He has mounted solo exhibitions at Christian Berst (New York), Launch F-18 (New York), Bendixen Contemporary Art (Copenhagen), Roberto Paradise (San Juan), and Conduit Gallery (Dallas). He has exhibited in group shows at Brand New Gallery (Milan), Denny Gallery (New York), Coburn Projects (London), Devening Projects (Chicago), Lesley Heller (New York), and Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe (New York). Eddy received his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2009. He was born in 1986 (Boston, MA) and currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

Andrew Pope

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Andrew Pope recently exhibited new paintings in But You’ve Never Even Been to Berlin at Half Gallery (Stairs) and showed original drawings with Exhibition A at SPRING/BREAK Art Show last year. Pope’s work will be on view at Bridget Donahue Gallery March 29–31 as part of the BAM Benefit Auction. Carlo McCormick of ARTnews called Pope, “a draftsman of exceptional talent and remarkable obscurity…a master of existential doubt, alienation and mordant humor.” Pope was born in 1971 (Atlanta, Georgia), and currently lives and works in New York City.

Shara Hughes


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New work by Shara Hughes is currently on view in Hill of Munch curated by Brian Belott at Rachel Uffner Gallery through March 27. Hughes has mounted solo exhibitions at Marlborough Chelsea (New York), American Contemporary (New York), MOCA GA (Atlanta), Metroquandro (Rivoli), and Galerie Mikael Andersen (Copenhagen). Selected group exhibitions include Jack Hanley Gallery (New York), Brand New Gallery (Milan), Salon 94 (New York), Coburn Projects (London), and Romer Young Gallery (San Francisco). She has been featured in publications such as Artforum, Modern Painters, Hyperallergic, and Art In America. She received her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 2004, and attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Shara Hughes was born in 1981 in Atlanta, GA, and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Matt Phillips


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Matt Phillips will mount a solo exhibition at Studio d’Arte Raffaelli (Trento, Italy) later this year. His recent solo exhibitions include Comfort Inn, at Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects (New York) and Staring at the Sun with a Penny in My Pocket at the University of Maine Museum of Art. Recent group exhibitions include Only Lovers at Le Coeur (Paris) and I Can’t Wait to Get Off Work curated by Austin Eddy at Bannerette (Brooklyn). In 2015, the NYC Department of Education and the Public Art for Public Schools Program commissioned Phillips to install a large-scale mosaic at PS106. He is currently in residence at the MacDowell Colony until early March 2016. Matt Phillips lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Michael Kagan


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Michael Kagan (b. 1980, Virginia Beach, VA) has mounted solo shows at Joshua Liner Gallery (New York) with whom he exhibited alongside Tom Sachs, and at Miami Project during Art Basel Miami Beach 2014, as well as Space SBH (French West Indies). His work has been exhibited in group shows at Allegra Viola Gallery (New York), Charles de Jonghe (Brussels) and at Eden Rock Gallery (St. Barths), among others. He has collaborated with a host of celebrities, including Pharrell Williams, Jay Leno, and the band White Lies, for whom he created album artwork and won the top prize of Best Art Vinyl of 2013. The Smithsonian commissioned three large paintings from him based on their air-and-space-related archives. Kagan received his BFA from George Washington University and completed his MFA at the New York Academy of Art, where he was awarded a postgraduate fellowship. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

BP Laval


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BP Laval will present work in a solo exhibition at Fortnight Institute (New York) this coming May. Laval made his New York debut in Fulton Ryder’s project space at Printed Matter NY Art Book Fair 2014 along side Miroslav Tichy, and William Crawford. He has been featured in T Magazine alongside Genieve Figgis and Andrew Pope. BP Laval was born in Montreal in 1969, and currently lives and works in Vancouver.

Peter Burns


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Peter Burns’ work is now on view in Introspective, a group show of self portraits at BravinLee Programs. In November 2015, Peter Burns exhibited in Futures Anthology at The Royal Hibernian Academy (Dublin). Past solo exhibitions were held at Fenderesky Gallery (Belfast) and Hillsboro Fine Art (Dublin). Selected group exhibitions include Last at Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College (Dublin) and Making Familiar at Temple Bar Gallery (Dublin). Born in 1979, he earned his BA in Sculpture and MFA in Painting from The National College of Art & Design, Dublin. He lives and works in the West Region of Ireland.

Chason Matthams


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Chason Matthams has mounted solo exhibitions with Thierry Goldberg Gallery (New York) and Tyler Wood Gallery (Los Angeles and San Francisco). His work has been featured in group shows held by Interstate Projects (Brooklyn), Launch F18 (New York), Black Ball Projects (Brooklyn), Thierry Goldberg Gallery (New York), and the Frédéric de Goldschmidt collection (Brussels). Reviews of his work have been published in Artforum, Art Observed, and the San Francisco Arts Quarterly. Matthams received his BFA and MFA from New York University where he now teaches painting. He currently lives and works in New York.

Eddie Martinez


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Eddie Martinez (b. 1977, Groton, Connecticut) lives and works in Brooklyn. In addition to his upcoming show at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, he has a forthcoming solo museum exhibition at the Davis Museum at Wellesley College, MA opening in February of 2017. He has been included in international group exhibitions including The Avant-Garde Won’t Give Up: COBRA and its Legacy, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA (2015); New York Painting, Body Language, The Saatchi Gallery, London (2012); New York Minute, Garage Center For Contemporary Culture, Moscow (2011); Eddie Martinez, Seomi & Tuus, Seoul, Korea (2009); and Panic Room: Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection, Deste Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens (2006).

Hayal Pozanti


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Hayal Pozanti’s upcoming projects include a solo exhibition at Levy.Delval (Brussels) in April 2016 and a group show at The Kitchen, which opens on February 4, 2016. Pozanti has recently mounted solo shows at Jessica Silverman Gallery (San Francisco), Susanne Vielmetter (Los Angeles), Duve (Berlin) and Halsey McKay Gallery (East Hampton). She has exhibited work at Prospect 3: the New Orleans Biennial, MCA Santa Barbara and Cornell Fine Arts Museum. She’s been included in group shows at Blain | Southern (Berlin), Koenig & Clinton (New York), Super Dakota (Brussels), Michael Jon Gallery (Miami), and Brand New Gallery (Milan). The artist was born in Istanbul and received a Master of Fine Arts at Yale University. She currently lives and works in New York City.

Katherine Bradford


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As a long time member of the New York art community, Bradford has shown her work at P.S. 1, The Brooklyn Museum, and countless galleries in New York and abroad including CANADA’s New York’s Finest, a group show curated by Wallace Whitney and Brendan Cass in 2006 and Special Blend, curated by Chris Martin at the JOURNAL in Brooklyn. In 2011 Bradford was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship and in 2012 a Joan Mitchell Grant. She has taught as a resident faculty at Skowhegan in 2009 and for many years was on the MFA faculty of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. Her work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Museum, and the Portland Museum of Art.

Ross Simonini



Ross Simonini (born 1981, San Francisco, CA) is an artist living in New York and California. This Friday, a selection of Simonini’s “Anxiety Napkins” are included in FOMO, a group show at Black & White Gallery in Brooklyn. In the coming months, Simonini will show his cutting boards in a group show at Andrew Edlin Gallery and work from his “Quartering Myself” series at One River School. His artwork has previously been shown at Martos Gallery, Fredericks and Freiser, 247365, Denny Gallery, Blackston, Human Resources and abroad with Shoot the Lobster (Luxembourg) and Anonymous Gallery (Mexico City). With his band NewVillager, he has performed at Jack Hanley Gallery, Brooklyn museum, the Andy Warhol Museum, MOCA, Performa, and Queens Museum. His interviews and writings on art appear in The New York Times, FriezeThe Organist, and The Believer, where he is an editor. His interview with Carroll Dunham is the cover story for the current issue of Art in America.

Katherine Bernhardt


Katherine Bernhardt’s Artsy Projects swimming pool installation at Nautilus SIXTY Hotel in Miami, 2015. Photo copyright Silvia Ros for Artsy.

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Katherine Bernhardt (b. 1975, St. Louis) recently mounted solo exhibitions at Carl Freedman Gallery (London), Venus Over Manhattan (New York), and Club Caribe (Cidra, Puerto Rico). Other solo shows were held at China Art Objects (Los Angeles), CANADA (New York), V1 Gallery (Copenhagen), Team Gallery (New York), and Galleri Loyal (Stockholm). Bernhardt has been included in group shows at Salon 94 (New York), Harper’s Books (East Hampton), Gavin Brown’s enterprise (New York), Zach Feuer (New York), Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago), Mitchell-Innes & Nash (New York), The Journal (Brooklyn), and Galeria Marlborough (Madrid). She has collaborated with fashion brands Chanel, EDUN, and Miss Sixty. Bernhardt received a BFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from School of Visual Arts in New York City. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Jean-Baptiste Bernadet


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Jean-Baptiste Bernadet (b. 1978, Paris) has an upcoming two-person show with Benoit Platéus which opens at Almine Rech (London) on January 8th. Other solo shows include Valentin (Paris), Retrospective Gallery (Hudson, NY), Rod Barton (London), East Hampton Shed (East Hampton), American Contemporary (New York), Karma (New York), Chinati Foundation (Marfa), and TORRI (Paris). Bernadet has recently mounted two person shows with Joanne Greenbaum at Michael Jon Gallery (Miami) and with Samuel François at Berthold Pott (Cologne). Group exhibitions include Wiels (Brussels, BE), Marfa Book Company (Marfa, TX), Almine Rech (Paris), Johannes Vogt at The Barn (East Hampton), Venus over Manhattan (New York). He cofounded Lauenen, an artist collective and residency in the Swiss Alps, alongside Eric Croes and David de Tscharner in 2011. He’s also running the project space Middlemarch in Brussels. Jean-Baptiste Bernadet currently lives and works in Brussels.

Nick Darmstaedter



Nick Darmstaedter (b.1988) was raised in Los Angeles, CA. In September he mounted a solo exhibition, Make Like a Tree, at HOWARD ST in New York City. Earlier this year Darmstaedter exhibited a solo exhibition of oil paintings at Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, (Brussels, Belgium) and in August he continued this body of work in a show at The Still House Group (Brooklyn, NY), an artist-run organization in which he is actively involved. His work has recently been included in exhibitions at Zabludowicz Collection (London, UK), Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens (Deurle, BE), David Zwirner (New York, NY), and Fondazione Museo Pino Pascali (Polignano a Mare, IT), among many others. His new catalogue is forthcoming with Mousse Publishing in Milan.

Bjarne Melgaard


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One of the most celebrated contemporary artists whose practice is as immersive as it is provocative, Bjarne Melgaard is currently participating  in The Avant-Garde Won’t Give Up: Cobra and Its Legacy, an exhibition at Blum & Poe Gallery in Los Angeles. Previous exhibitions were held at Luxembourg & Dayan and Gavin Brown’s enterprise. Earlier this year Melgaard had a major museum show in Oslo, Norway, which paired his work with the famous Edvard Munch who created the famous painting “The Scream.” Senior art critic and columnist for New York magazine Jerry Saltz says, “Melgaard’s art comes across as something much closer to need itself, something manically important he’s trying to get at, even if he knows that in our oversaturated, defensively cynical moment that this is almost impossible.” Bjarne Melgaard has participated in the Venice (2011), Lyon (2013) and Whitney (2014) Biennials.