Organized by D-L Alvarez and Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas; featuring Arthur Avilés, Jonathan Gonzalez, Nayland Blake, Kia Labeija and Anthony Viti. Concurrent with the exhibition Subject To Capital, these four artists, all with different relationships to aging through and beyond the activism of the 80s and 90s, have been invited to present work that considers how we are doing in a present so shaped by, and so different from, our past. Presented with Visual AIDS and Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory.
03/03/16 - 04/17/16
Featuring works by artists who explore the intersections of power, subjectivity and capitalism: Including works by João Enxuto & Erica Love, Doreen Garner, Baseera Khan, Jennifer Moon & laub, Hélio Oiticica & Neville D’Almeida, Kembra Pfahler, Alan Ruiz, Allan Sekula, Aliza Shvarts and Hong-Kai Wang, D-L Alvarez & Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas
01/27/16 - 02/21/16
Visible Histories, curated by Max Weintraub, presents recent work by members of American Abstract Artists at the Abrons Arts Center and the Morris-Warren Gallery on view Wednesday, January 27 through Sunday, February 21, 2016. This 80th Anniversary exhibition considers what it means for artists working in the 21st century to engage with the artistic strategies, techniques and forms of the past.
11/11/15 - 12/16/15
MINOR ACTS brings together a quickly accumulating array of artists, ideas and actions in the Culpepper Gallery at Abrons Arts Center. Evolving every two weeks, new work enters and augments the space creating a constellation of minor acts composed through a form of associative shifts. Organized by AIRspace Curator in Residence Joshua Lubin Levy and Nova Benway.
11/04/15 - 12/13/15
Ben Thorp Brown, Lamia Joreige, Jana Kapelová, Marco Andrea Magni, Eva and Franco Mattes, Richard___rdotmdot.wordpress.com, and Jirí Skála curated by Marco Antonini
09/30/15 - 10/12/15
Adam Parker Smith, Amy Feldman, Anna K.E., B. Wurtz, Brendan Fernandes, Brie Ruais, Carolyn Salas, David Kennedy Cutler, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Ethan Greenbaum, Florian Meisenberg, Franklin Evans, Gina Beavers, the Guerrilla Girls, Hugh Hayden, Ian Pedigo, Jo Nigoghossian, Jonathan VanDyke, JR Larson, Lee Maida, Park McArthur, Robyn Hasty, Sean Micka, and Tamar Ettun.
09/11/15 - 10/04/15
Brian Wondergem’s esoteric approach includes sculptural installation and assemblage. His work operates like markers on a guided tour – both as evidence to a path and signifier for the direction. Often sourced from the everyday environment and familiar materials, his sculptures are constructed so that anyone could understand the cultural design and use value of the objects yet still question their middle class purposefulness.
06/19/15 - 08/09/15
A group exhibition of new projects by Rochelle Goldberg, Chelsea Knight, JR Larson, Jessica Segall and Sean Patrick Micka.