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

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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

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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.

Greg Bogin

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Greg Bogin (b. 1965 in New York, NY) received a BFA from The Cooper Union in New York. This summer he mounted Sunny Disposition, a solo exhibition at Marlborough Chelsea (New York, NY). Previous solo shows were held at 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). Bogin 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 lives in New York City and works in Brooklyn.

Nick Darmstaedter

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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.

Timothy Hull

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Timothy Hull (b. 1979) will present his second solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery in New York City this January and his first solo show at Ashes/Ashes in Los Angeles in spring 2016. Selected solo exhibitions include Fitzroy Gallery (New York City), Freight + Volume (New York City), Taylor De Cordoba (Los Angeles), and Brown Project Space (Milan). Hull’s work has appeared in group shows in New York City at Mitchell-Innes + Nash, Invisible-Exports, Bureau, The Hole, and internationally at Tate Modern (London), La Dictateur Gallery (Milan), NOMAS Foundation (Rome), CoCo (Vienna), and Goff + Rosenthal (Berlin). His large-scale, outdoor public art sculpture, The Accelerated Ruin, was commissioned and exhibited by the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2012. Hull’s work has been reviewed and featured in in Artforum, New York Times, LA Times, Interview Magazine, Art in America, and V Magazine. Timothy Hull received a BA from New York University and an MFA from Parsons School of Design. Born in New York City, the artist currently lives and works in Brooklyn and Warwick, NY.

Bryce Zackery

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Bryce Zackery (b. 1984, Rochester, MN) lives and works in New York City. His work was recently included in a three person show at Division Gallery (Montreal, QC). In 2014 his work was presented at Frieze NYC with Sommer Contemporary Art Tel Aviv. In addition to group exhibitions with Tim Rollins and K.O.S. at Xavier Hufkens Gallery (Brussels), Lehmann Maupin (New York), and AMP Gallery (Athens), Zackery’s work has been exhibited at 39 Great Jones (New York). Zackery holds a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication from Saint Cloud State University in Minnesota and currently assists Ugo Rondinone in New York City.

Danny Fox

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Danny Fox’s solo exhibitions include The Redfern Gallery (London), CNB Gallery (London) and Plumbline Gallery (Cornwall, UK). Fox’s work has been featured in group shows held by the Paul Loya Gallery (Los Angeles), Faux Pas Gallery (Moscow), Display Gallery (London), and Eternal Youth (London). Danny Fox has been featured in Purple Magazine, Saatchi MagazineDazed and Confused, It’s Nice That, Wall Street International, and Milkmade. Fox currently lives and works in London, England.

Ugo Rondinone

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Ugo Rondinone (b. 1964, Brunnen, Switzerland) is a renowned mixed-media artist who lives and works in New York. Recent solo shows include: i love john giorno, Palais de Tokyo, (Paris); artists and poets, Secession (Vienna); breathe walk die, Rockbund Art Museum, (Shanghai); naturaleza humana, Museo Anahuacalli, (Coyoacán, Mexico); human nature, Public Art Fund, Rockefeller Plaza, (New York); we run through a desert on burning feet, all of us are glowing our faces look twisted, Art Institute of Chicago; thank you silence, M Museum, (Leuven). Upcoming exhibitions include: seven magic mountains, Nevada, organized by Art Production Fund and the Nevada Museum of Art. His work is in the collections of MoMA, New York, the ICA, Boston, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, and the Dallas Museum of Art, among others.

Julia Chiang

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Julia Chiang’s work has been exhibited in New York City at Deitch Projects, Printed Matter, New Museum Shop, Half Gallery, and Tina Kim Gallery. She has also exhibited nationally and internationally at Bill Brady KC (Kansas City), Nanzuka Gallery (Tokyo), Colette (Paris), and OHWOW (Miami). In 2012 Chiang was listed as one of “100 Artists to Watch” and the following year included in “100 Best Fall Shows” by Modern Painters. Her work has been written about in publications such as Paper Magazine, Art in America, Interview Magazine, French Vogue and Purple. Julia Chiang received her BA from New York University in 2000. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Bill Powers

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Bill Powers owns Half Gallery and writes a monthly interview column for ARTnews. Recent books include Boat People (Fulton Ryder), Interviews with Artists (Gagosian), and What We Lose In Flowers (Karma), for which Richard Prince created original cover art. His latest book, Unknown Masterpiece (Mörel), premiered at Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair in September.

Ethan Greenbaum

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Ethan Greenbaum’s solo show, Flats, opens this Sunday, November 1 at KANSAS (New York). Selected exhibition venues include Hauser and Wirth (New York), Marianne Boesky (New York), Marlborough Chelsea (New York), Derek Eller Gallery (New York), 55 Gansevoort (New York), Halsey Mckay (East Hampton), Circus Gallery (Los Angeles), Steven Turner (Los Angeles), The Suburban (Chicago), Michael Jon (Miami), The Aldrich Museum (Connecticut) and Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City. Born in New Jersey, Greenbaum obtained an MFA from Yale University. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Gina Beavers

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Gina Beavers will mount a solo show with Michael Benevento Gallery (Los Angeles) on November 21, 2015. Selected solo exhibitions include Clifton Benevento Gallery (New York), Retrospective Gallery (Hudson, NY) and James Fuentes (New York). Beavers’ work has been featured in New York group exhibitions at CANADA Gallery, Zach Feuer, The Journal Gallery, Nicelle Beauchene and at galleries across the country and abroad including Night Gallery (Los Angeles), Cooper Cole (Toronto), Fredric Snitzer Gallery (Miami, FL), and Halsey McKay (East Hampton). Beavers’ work has been reviewed and published in Artforum, The New York Times, Modern Painters and The New Yorker. She holds a BA from the University of Virginia and an MFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Born in Athens, Greece, Gina Beavers currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Karl Wirsum

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Karl Wirsum’s work has been recently featured in exhibitions including A Shared Space: KAWS, Karl Wirsum and Tomoo Gokita, Newcomb Art Museum (New Orleans); America is Hard to See and Sinister Pop, Whitney Museum of American Art (New York); What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art, 1960 to Present, RISD Museum (Providence) and Matthew Marks Gallery (New York); Chicago Imagists, Karma International (Zurich); Made in Chicago: The Koffler Collection, Smithsonian American Art Museum (Washington, D.C.); Chicago Imagists 1966-1973, Thomas Dane Gallery (London); Re:Chicago, Depaul University Art Museum (Chicago); Pretty on the Inside, curated by Erik Parker and KAWS, Paul Kasmin Gallery (New York); Seeing is a Kind of Thinking: A Jim Nutt Companion, Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago); and Looking Back: The Fifth White Columns Annual, selected by Bob Nickas, White Columns (New York).Born 1939 in Chicago, Illinois, Wirsum received a B.F.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has produced multiple solo exhibitions at Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago Cultural Center and Phyllis Kind Gallery and his work is held in public collections around the world.

Alex Becerra

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Alex Becerra has mounted solo exhibitions with Levy Delval (Brussels), Zona Maco Sur (Mexico City), Artist Curated Projects (Los Angeles), and ltd los angeles, where he offered complimentary tattoos based on his drawings to gallery patrons. Over the past few years, Becerra was included in group exhibitions at Hammer Museum (Venice, CA), Wonderloch Kellerland (Berlin), Gildar Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), Ms Barbers (Los Angeles), and Zevitas Gallery (Boston). The artist received his BFA from Otis College of Art and Design in 2011. He lives and works in Los Angeles.

Robert Davis

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Robert Davis has a solo show at Luce Gallery (Turin, Italy) on view through October 30th, 2015. Previously, Davis mounted solo exhibitions at Retrospective Gallery (Hudson, NY), Bill Brady KC (Kansas City, MO), Half Gallery (New York City) and the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, IL). He was featured in group exhibitions at The Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh, PA) and the former NYC galleries Untitled Gallery and Dodge Gallery. Davis received his BFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he taught for 10 years. He is a recipient of the 2004 and 2007 Chicago Artadia Grant awards. Born in Virginia in 1970, Davis currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

Bill Saylor

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Bill Saylor presented new works in a solo exhibition with Makebish (New York) in 2015 and at NADA New York in 2014. Other solo shows include Leo Koenig Inc. (New York), The Journal Gallery (Brooklyn), and Loyal Gallery (Stockholm), as well a two person show with Josh Smith at Hiromi Yoshii Gallery (Tokyo). Saylor has participated in group exhibitions at Venus Over Manhattan (New York), Martos Gallery (Los Angeles), Angell Gallery (Toronto), Anonymous Gallery (Mexico City), and Asbaek Gallery (Copenhagen). In 2010 Bill Saylor collaborated on the zine Ho Bags with Harmony Korine, which was published by The Journal Gallery and released at NADA Miami. That year he was also an artist in residence at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas. In 2008, he curated Faxination at Loyal Gallery (Stockholm), which included work by Jeff Elrod, Nicole Eisenman, and Joe Bradley. Bill Saylor currently lives and works between Brooklyn, NY and Upper Black Eddy, PA.

Geoff McFetridge

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Geoff McFetridge has mounted solo exhibitions at V1 Gallery (Copenhagen), Cooper Cole Gallery (Toronto), Half Gallery (New York), Colette (Paris) and Joshua Liner (New York). Select group exhibitions include Art in the Streets at The Geffen Contemporary, MOCA (Los Angeles), Now in Production at The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, (MN), Beautiful Losers: Contemporary Art and Street Culture at Contemporary Art Center (Cincinnati), Group Exhibition at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco), National Design Triennial at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum (New York), and Chicken or Beef? at The Hole (New York). McFetridge served as art director for the acclaimed underground Beastie Boys magazine Grand Royal, pioneered the design studio Champion Graphics, and has garnered a client roster which includes Nike, Pepsi, Stussy, and Patagonia. He designed film title sequences for The Virgin Suicides and Adaptation, as well as all interface graphics for the feature film Her. Born 1971 in Calgary, Canada, McFetridge currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.

Augustus Thompson

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Last Thursday night, Augustus Thompson presented an installation and performance at Night Gallery in Los Angeles along with designer Lizzie Owens. Earlier this year, Thompson exhibited his work at the Zabludowicz Collection (London, UK) and at the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens (Ghent, Belgium) with The Still House Group. As an artist-in-residence with The Still House Group, Thompson has also exhibited in shows at Palace 88 in the East Broadway Mall (New York City), Fondazione Museo Pino Pascali (Polignano, Italy), and NADA 2013 (Miami, Florida). Solo shows were held at Steve Turner Contemporary (Los Angeles), Still House (Brooklyn), Ed Varie (New York) and Inside the White Cube (London). Augustus Thompson was born in 1985 in Richlands, Virginia and earned a BA at University of California, Santa Cruz. He lives and works between Los Angeles and New York.

Aurel Schmidt

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Aurel Schmidt has mounted solo exhibitions at Deitch Projects (New York), Peres Projects (Los Angeles), and The Fireplace Project (East Hampton), and organized pop-up shows throughout New York City. Schmidt was included in the 2010 Whitney Biennial as well as group shows at Andrea Rosen (New York), Marianne Boesky (New York), Marlborough Chelsea (New York), Saatchi Gallery (London), 247365 (New York), and Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien (Vienna). She has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, The New Yorker, The Los Angeles Times, Interview, Paper, T Magazine, and Forbes Magazine. Aurel Schmidt was born in 1982 in British Columbia. She currently lives and works in New York City.