February 2019



February 2019




Natalie Baxter
Soft Grit
Lobo Gallery, Brooklyn
through March 22

Jen Catron & Paul Outlaw
an idea of god, or a toothbrush
POSTMASTERS Gallery, New York
through February 23

Theresa Daddezio
Carbonara Sunrise
Transmitter, Brooklyn
Opening: February 16, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
through March 24

Steffi Drewes
Ditmas Lit, Brooklyn
Reading: February 20, 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Ghost of a Dream
Mediums of Exchange
Shirley Fiterman Art Center, New York
through March 30

Rachel Granofsky
House Hunting
Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York
through March 3

Katya Grokhovsky • Las Hermanas Iglesias
BRIC Biennial: Volume III, South Brooklyn Edition
BRIC, Brooklyn
through April 7

Leah Guadagnoli
Soft Violence
Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York
through February 16

Will Hutnick
Somewhere In The Half Light
One River School, Hartsdale
Opening: February 16, 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
through April 27

Jackie Mock
I Want To Believe
Proto Gomez Gallery, New York
through March 3

Melissa Staiger
The Yard: City Hall Park, New York
through May 1

Lesley Wamsley
Women's Work
NARS Foundation, Brooklyn
through February 20

Lindsay Packer & James Sheehan
Sunny's Bar, Brooklyn
Opening: February 15, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
through March 29

Jamie Powell & Melissa Staiger
Jamie Powell and Melissa Staiger: Seeker
The Yard: City Hall Park, New York
through May 1st 

Springboard Collective
Flux Factory, Long Island City
Live Performance: February 15, 9:00 PM
Roller Disco: February 15, 11:00 PM

Davalois Fearon Dance
Gibney Solo to Solo
The White Box at Gibney 280 Broadway, New York
Performance: June 4, 7:00 PM

Chris Victor
Hammer Dance
Muroff-Kotler Visual Arts Gallery @SUNY Ulster, Stone Ridge
through March 29

Austin Ballard
Shadow Lake
Smack Mellon Gallery, Brooklyn 
Opening: March 9
through April 21

Delano Dunn
Phantom Paradise
Lesley Heller GalleryNew York
Opening: April 17, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
through May 19

Chris Duncan & Elias Hansen
Rainbows from Atoms
985 Madison Avenue, New York
through February 23

Caitlin Berrigan
On Volcanoes 
NARS Project Space, Brooklyn
through February 20

Shona McAndrew & February James
Latchkey Gallery, New York
through February 15

Jen Catron & Paul Outlaw
How do we discuss a tragedy and a conspiracy
Postmasters Gallery, New York
through February 23


Natalie Baxter
Uncommon Threads
bG Gallery, Santa Monica
Opening: March 9
through March 31

Davalois Fearon Dance
Time to Talk
Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco
Performance: April 13, 2:00 PM


Tali Weinberg
Documenting Change: Our Climate (Past, Present, Future)
Visual Arts Complex at the University of Colorado Boulder
through July 20


Amanda Lechner
Future Present Tense
Standard Space, Sharon
through March 3


Roxanne Jackson
Misty Krystals
Tempus Projects, Tampa
through February 18



Will Hutnick
Cloud 9
LVL3 Gallery, Chicago
Opening: February 23, 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
through March 31


Natalie Baxter
Lexington Art League, Lexington
through March 31


Michael Menchaca
Art_Latin_America: Against the Survey
Davis Museum at Wellesley College, Wellesley
through June 9


Helina Metaferia
By Way of Revolution
Metrospace Gallery at Michigan State University, East Lansing
through March 29

Shaina + Bryan Baira
Becoming Bara
Light Box, Detroit
Performance: March 9, 7:30 PM


Danni Bellando • Tiffany Fang
Home Space
Smush Gallery, Jersey City
through February 24

Nyugen E Smith
Caribbean Artists Lecture Series
Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences, Livingston Campus
Lecture: February 18, 3:20 PM to 4:40 PM


Michael Waugh • Tali Weinberg
Seeing Now
21C Museum Hotel, Oklahoma City
March 2019 to December 2019


Daniel Glendening
Alone and Together
Third Room, Portland


KC Maddux
Gender Facks / every body is a dummy
Vox Populi, Philadelphia
through February 17

Amber Heaton
Special FX 
Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg
through February 24


Elise Thompson
Alternate Dimensions
Miller Gallery, Charleston

Elise Thompson
Traditions: Compounded
Spartanburg Art Museum, Spartanburg
Opening: February 21, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
through May 5


Trey Burns • Henry Gepfer • Gabe Gordon • Saki Sato
Sweet Pass Sculpture Park, Dallas


Las Hermanas Iglesias
Staniar Gallery at Washington and Lee University, Lexington
through March 16

Michael Menchaca
Dioses Nuevos
Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk
through June 30

Natalia Nakawaza
Over, Under, Forward, Back
Arlington Arts Center, Arlington
through March 30


Caitlin Berrigan
Between Bodies
Henry Art Gallery at University of Washington, Seattle
through April 28


Ghost of a Dream
Division of Labour
Workers Arts and Heritage Center, Ontario, Canada
through April 20

Tina Kohlman
HazMatLab: soothing efficacy
8.salon, Hamburg, Germany
Opening: February 15
through March 16

Nadja Verena Marcin
SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen, Germany
through June 30

Georgia Saxelby
Nevertheless, she persisted
Artereal Gallery, Sydney, Australia
through March 2



Press + Publications

Kwesi Abbensetts
PEPPAPOT Magazine #2
a love affair

Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw
Art Forum
Critics' Picks

Suzy Gonzalez
Broken Pencil
Issue 82: How to Get an Arts Grant Plus Winners of the 2018 Zine Awards

Leah Guadagnoli
NY Times
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week

Leah Guadagnoli
Cultured Magazine
Advisor Emily Havens On Chelsea's Best Shows Right Now


Georgia Saxelby
The Clyde Fitch Report
25 Change-Making Artists You Should Track During 2019

Tali Weinberg
Ecotone Magazine
Inextricably Bound

Andrew J Brown
Friend of The Artist
Volume 8

Jean Seestadt
Ginger zine
Jean Seestadt


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