Spectral Visions is featured in Galerie Magazine.
SFMOMA tours the studio of David Huffman.
Rico Gatson's exhibition Spectral Visions is included in the digital weekly of Air Mail
Rico Gatson is featured on the Cerebral Women Art Talks podcast.
Miles McEnery Gallery is pleased to announce representation of Jim Isermann.
James Siena's solo exhibition at 525 West 22nd Street is reviewed by John Yau in Hyperallergic.
David Huffman is included in Both Teams Played Hard, on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Fiona Rae's solo exhibition at 511 West 22nd Street is reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail.
Rico Gatson's Toni #2 (2021) has been acquired by the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University in Durham, NC.
Fiona Rae is featured in Artnet News' November roundup.
Inka Essenhigh's Green Goddess II (2010) included in promised gift to the Speed Art Museum
Liz Nielsen's exhibition Edge of Forever is featured by Collector Daily
David Huffman is included in A Point Stretched: Views on Time at the San Jose Museum of Art.
Norman Bluhm's summer exhibition at 525 West 22nd Street is reviewed by Barry Schwabsky in the November issue of Artforum.
Bo Bartlett's painting Hurtsboro has been acquired by the Gibbess Museum of Art in Charleston, SC.
Trudy Benson's Kintsugi (2021) is available to bid on in the Rema Hort Mann Foundation's 25th Anniversary Gala Silent Benefit Auction 2022.
Liz Nielsen's exhibition 'Edge of Forever' is featured in The Wall Street Journal
Judy Pfaff's solo exhibition smokkfiskur: a tale is now on view at the Museum of New Art, Portsmouth, NH
Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Foreigner's Song is reviewed by Irene Lyla Lee in The Brooklyn Rail
Brian Alfred's work is featured in the exhibition City, Country, Connectivity at the Kunst für Angeln e.V.
Elizabeth Magill's solo exhibition Flag Iris is reviewed by Millree Hughes in Culture Catch
Richard B. Woodward reviews the Parrish Art Museum exhibtion, 'Joaquín Sorolla and Esteban Vicente: In the Light of the Garden,' pairing the late-career works of two Spanish-born masters who found inspiration in the green spaces of their home.
Rico Gatson is included in the exhibition Color Code at the McEvoy Foundation for the Arts.
James Siena's upcoming exhibition is featured in the current issue of Art New England
David Allan Peters is included in the group exhibition Hybrid Spaces at Borusan Contemporary in Istanbul, Turkey.
Elliott Green is included in Symbiosis, a group exhibition curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody, at the Berkshire Botanical Garden.
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Spotlight: Cuban-Born Artist Enrique Martínez Celaya Conjures Themes of Identity and Longing in a Show of Allusive Recent Works in New York
Bo Bartlett: Earthly Matters is now on view at The Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC.
Lisa Corinne Davis' work is included in the exhibition Given Time at the Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Fountation.
Miles McEnery Gallery is pleased to announce representation of Jacob Hashimoto.
Brian Alfred featured in an interview with Shoutout LA.
Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Foreigner's Song is featured in Artnet News' Armory Week exhibition roundup.
David Huffman's solo exhibition, Terra Incognita, at the Museum of the African Diaspora is reviewed in the September issue of Artforum.
Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Foreigner's Song is featured as one of Ocula Magazine's exhibitions to see in New York this fall.
Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Foreigner's Song is featured in this week's Air Mail
Jason Middlebrook is included in the exhibition Forest Through the Trees at Laumeier Sculpture Park.
The multidisciplinary artist’s bold and bright works shine a spotlight on the African-American experience and pay homage to some of its historical icons
Judy Pfaff's exhibition at Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill is now on view through 2 September 2022.
Miles McEnery Gallery congratulates Michael Reafsnyder on being awarded a 2022 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant.
The Parrish Art Museum opens an exhibition featuring the work of Esteban Vicente in conversation with paintings by Joaquín Sorolla.
Rico Gatson is the second artist to create murals for the Birmingham Museum of Art's Wall to Wall installation series.
John Yau's review of Norman Bluhm's solo exhibition is featured in Hyperallergic.
Beverly Fishman is featured in The Detroit News for her exhibition Recovery at the MSU Broad Art Museum.
David Huffman's solo exhibition Terra Incognita is featured in The Mercury News.
Lush and enchanting gardens were a continual muse for Spanish artists Sorolla and Vicente whose careers spanned different centuries.
Forcefield, a large-scale, site-specific installlation, is on view at Newburgh's Dutch Reformed Church from sunset to midnight every night through 30 September 2022.
Lisa Corinne Davis and Shirley Kaneda: Different strokes
Tomory Dodge is included in Abstract Los Angeles: Four Generations at the Brand Library & Art Center through 2 September.
USF Contemporary Art Museum to open new exhibit
The recontextualization of Wolf Kahn's work will make it more accessible for researches, collectors, scholars, and the general public.
The Lyrical Moment: Modern and Contemporary Abstraction by Helen Frankenthaler and Heather Gwen Martin at the USF Contemporary Art Museum in Creative Pinellas
Six cultural institutions to be awarded $800,000 in grant initiative honoring the joint legacy of the 62-years-married artists Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason
Rico Gatson's "Untited (Flag IIII) is included in the exhibition Light Play at the Birmingham Museum of Art.
The Lyrical Moment, an exhibition of works by Heather Gwen Martin and Helen Frankenthaler, is on view at the USF Contemporary Art Museum through 30 July 2022.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce representation of Lisa Corinne Davis.
David Huffman's 'Akhet 1' is featured in The New York Times.
Lisa Corinne Davis, alongside Shirley Kaneda, is featured in the exhibition DUAL at the New York Studio School through 17 July.
Glen Helfand on David Huffman's Terra Incognita in Squarecylinder
Rico Gatson is included in the show "The Artist's Eye" at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Film Archive.
FLAMINGLOVEANDDESTINY, a site-specific installation by Markus Linnenbrink, is on view at Fundación DIDAC through 11 September 2022.
Brian Alfred in conversation with Maria Vogel in Hii Magazine.
Inka Essenhigh is included in The View from Here at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art.
Franklin Evans site-specific installation is included in the exhibition What a Wonderful World at Museo MAXXI.
Brian Alfred discusses his new book Why I Make Art in Widewalls.
Michael Reafsnyder's current exhibition reviewed in Air Mail.
The Fire of Heaven: Enrique Martínez Celaya and Robinson Jeffers is on view at the Monterey Museum of Art through 9 October.
Beverly Fishman's solo exhibition "CURE" is on view at The Dayton Contemporary through 22 July 2022.
Yunhee Min is one of the artists selected to create a site-specific artwork for the future Westwood/UCLA Station.
Elliott Green's exhibition at the gallery is one of David Ebony's top New York City shows this spring.
David Huffman is featured in the group exhibition Personal to Political: Celebrating the African American Artists of Paulson Fontaine Press, on view at the Bakersfield Museum of Art.
Curator and advisor Lolita Cros in conversation with artists Bahar Behbahani, Rico Gatson, and MTA Arts & Design director Sandra Bloodworth.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce worldwide exclusive representation of the Wolf Kahn Foundation.
Brian Alfred's latest exhibition ponders an Earth void of humans
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce representation of James Siena.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is pleased to announce representation of Fiona Rae.
Miles McEnery Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of a new gallery at 525 West 22nd Street this April. The new location will be the gallery’s fourth space in Chelsea, New York, providing an additional 7,000 square feet, bringing the gallery’s footprint to 26,000 square feet, across 22nd and 21st Streets.
John Yau's review of Elliott Green's solo exhibition, 'Is It an Artificial Paradise or an Artificial Hell or Both?,' is featured in Hyperallergic.
Castle in the Sky, Danny Ferrell's inaugural solo exhibition at the gallery, reviewed in Juxtapoz Magazine.
Yunhee Min has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
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David Huffman's exhibition Terra Incognita, on view at the Museum of the African Diaspora, is featured in The San Francisco Standard.
The Baer Faxt sits down with Cuban painter Enrique Martinez Celaya at UTA Artist Space in Los Angeles to paint a portrait of his own practice.
By Ayla Angelos
David Huffman's solo exhibition "Terra Incognita" is on view through 18 September 2022 at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, CA.
Inka Essenhigh and April Gornik are included in the exhibition "Empire of Water" at The Church in Sag Harbor, NY.
David Huffman is included in the show "The Artist's Eye" at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Film Archive.
Brian Alfred interviewed on the podcast Art Sense.
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Pia Fries is included in the exhibition Nord — Süd at Kunst Museum Winterthur
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By Donald Padgett
Tom LaDuke featured in the March 2022 issue of Whitehot Magazine.
April Gornik interviewed by Alex Zoppa and Robyn Rosenfeld on the podcast ARTLAWS.
Danny Ferrell interviewed in Issue 13 of Maake Magazine.
Roy Dowell's solo exhibition at 511 W 22nd Street reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail.
Charities providing aid - and the fundraisers supporting them
With four L.A. shows, Enrique Martínez Celaya displays the breadth of his artistic range
Emily Eveleth’s doughnuts: Paintings good enough to eat
Enrique Martínez Celaya puts his mark on the Los Angeles map
Enrique Martínez Celaya's solo exhibition "The Rose Garden" is on view through 12 March 2022 at UTA Artist Space.
"Judy Pfaff’s current installation of wall-hung works (on view through February 18, 2022) is aptly titled “opsins,” after the tiny proteins that calibrate color within the eye’s light-sensitive retinas."
Interview: Ryan McGinness on NFTS and the Art World
"Digital art has, up to this moment, relied on materialization and singular playback tools to be appreciated in the market. Not Anymore."
Enrique Martínez Celaya's solo exhibition "SEA SKY LAND: towards a map of everything" is on view through 9 April 2022 at the USC Fisher Museum of Art.
Beverly Fishman's solo exhibition "Recovery" is on view through 7 August 2022 at the MSU Broad Museum.
Kurt Kauper in conversation with Brian Alfred.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MILES McENERY GALLERY is delighted to announce representation of Liz Nielsen.
REVIEW: Hans Hofmann’s Chimbote Mural paintings, on view through the 29th of January at Miles McEnery Gallery, clearly articulate Hofmann’s dazzling contribution to the doctrines of Modern Art. Often times, when his name is mentioned in conversation, you might first hear what an important teacher he was, perhaps suggesting his artistic output was not quite equal to his teaching skills. For those individuals, you need to take a trip to 520 West 21st Street, where Hofmann’s true greatness as an artist is in full view.
David Huffman's work in included in the exhibition Mothership: Voyage Into Afrofuturism at the Oakland Museum of California.