Petra Cortright is included in I Was Raised on the Internet, a group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago exploring the various ways engagement with the Internet has affected our experiences, interactions, and perspectives. I Was Raised on the Internet is now on view through October 14, 2018.
Installation view, I Was Raised on the Internet (digital painting by Petra Cortright on right) at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, 2018. Courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
Michael Swaney has collaborated with Belgian fashion designer Walter Van Beirendonck on a limited edition collection.
Micheal Swaney x Walter Van Bierendonck, Cubic Top, 2018. Courtesy of the artist.
The 2018 Daiwa Foundation Art Prize has been awarded to Kate Groobey. The Daiwa Foundation Art Prize offers a British artist their first solo exhibition at a gallery in Tokyo, and Groobey is the first woman to win the prize in the history of the award. Her solo exhibition will be held at Mizuma Art Gallery.
Kate Groobey, Pure Pleasure Films, 2018. Performance stills.
Nahmad Projects presents Pail Coil Cold Angel, a solo exhibition of new work by Petra Cortright. The exhibition includes of digital paintings, marble sculptures, and a video installation. Pail Coil Cold Angel is now on view through July 20, 2018.
Installation view, Pail Coil Cold Angel, Petra Cortright at Nahmad Projects, London, 2018. Courtesy of Nahmad Projects.
1301PE presents Teen Non_Fiction, an exhibition of new work by Cameron Platter. Teen Non_Fiction is now on view through June 9, 2018.
Installation view, Teen Non_Fiction, Cameron Platter at 1301PE, Los Angeles, 2018. Courtesy of 1301PE.
Los Angeles Times: Marvelous or maddening? In Cameron Platter’s show, it depends on which way you face
June 9, Galerie Hussenot presents You Look Like Your Face, an exhibition of new work by Cameron Platter. You Look Like Your Face remains on view through July 21, 2018.
Installation view, You Look Like Your Face, Cameron Platter at Galerie Hussenot, Paris, 2018. Courtesy of Galerie Hussenot.
Wexner Center for the Arts presents Inherent Structure, an exhibition featuring work by a multigenerational group of 16 artists, including Zachary Armstrong. Inherent Structure is now on view through August 12, 2018.
Installation view, paintings by Zachary Armstrong in Inherent Structure at the Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 2018. Courtesy of the artist.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has acquired The Issues are Too Important to be Judgmental, a 2016 painting by Christine Wang.
Christine Wang, The Issues are Too Important to be Judgmental, 2016. Courtesy of the artist.
Petra Cortright is featured in the 10th edition of Rhizome’s Seven on Seven event, which pairs leaders in art and technology to create collaborative projects. Cortright has collaborated with Carl Tashian, an engineer and entrepreneur. The projects are revealed on May 19 at a day-long conference at the New Museum, and a publication by Wieden+Kennedy New York is forthcoming.
Tilton Gallery presents Zachary Armstrong: George, an exhibition of new paintings and sculptures by Zachary Armstrong. Zachary Armstrong: George is now on view through June 28, 2018.
Jane Hartsook Gallery (at Greenwich House Pottery) presents Chawan, an exhibition of new ceramics by Tom Sachs. Chawan is now on view through June 28, 2018.
Theaster, 2017. English porcelain, high fire reduction, Temple white glaze, NASA Red engobe inlay, and gold luster, 4H x 4.75W x 4.75D inches. S/N: 2017.102. Photograph by Genevieve Hanson. Courtesy of Jane Hartsook Gallery.
GNYP Gallery presents Polypainting, an exhibition of new work by Kour Pour. Polypainting is now on view at the gallery’s Hardenbergstraße location through June 24, 2018.
Installation view, Polypainting, Kour Pour at GNYP Gallery, Berlin, 2018. Courtesy of GNYP Gallery.
UTA Artist Space presents CAM WORLS, a survey of video work from 2007-2017 by Petra Cortright organized in collaboration with 1301PE. CAM WORLS includes 50 works and is now on view through April 7, 2018.
Installation view, CAM WORLS, Petra Cortright at UTA Artist Space, Los Angeles, 2018. Courtesy of UTA Artist Space.
Serge Attukwei Clottey presents new work in Differences between, a solo exhibition at Jane Lombard Gallery (New York), opening February 15, 2018, with a reception from 6-8 pm.
Serge Attukwei Clottey, My family made me, 2017. Plastic, wire, and oil paint, 60 x 72 inches.
Cameron Platter presents new work in Salami, a solo exhibition at GNYP Gallery (Berlin), now on view through April 15, 2018.
Kour Pour presents new work in a solo exhibition with Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong), now on view through March 16, 2018.
Kour Pour, Multi-Love, 2017. Acrylic on canvas over panel, 165 x 135 centimeters.
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Kour Pour is included in Decoration never dies, anyway, a group exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum. Decoration never dies, anyway is on view through February 25, 2018.
Adam Parker Smith presents Kidnapping Incites Years of Murderous Doom, a solo exhibition at The Hole (New York), on view through November 19, 2017.
On October 31, 2017, Rizzoli releases Petra Collins‘ first monograph, Petra Collins: Coming of Age. Petra Collins: Coming of Age includes contributions from Marilyn Minter, Alessandro Michele, Karley Sciortino, Jamia Wilson, Barbie Ferreira, and Diana Veras.
Petra Cortright presents “human sheep brain “alice in wonderland” Americana”, a solo exhibition at Foxy Productions (New York), on view through October 8, 2017.
Marc Horowitz presents “A Discord in Our Material and Spiritual Harmony”, a solo exhibition at Johannes Vogt Gallery (New York), on view through October 7, 2017.
Guy Overfelt / Sujet Poisson Bong (After Picasso) Edition
Guy Overfelt, Sujet Poisson Bong (After Picasso), 2017.
Partially glazed red earthenware clay bong with decoration in englobes (black, white). Hand blown glass bowl and stem.
Stamped and marked “Edition Picasso Bong / Madoura Plein Feu / Edition Picasso” (underneath).
5.5 h x 8.5 d x 3.75 w inches.
Edition of 50.
Available through the SFAQ [Projects] online store.
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Petra Collins solo exhibition at the Contact Photography Festival, Toronto. April 29 – June 24, 2017
Petra Collins performance at MoMA on March 18th
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San Francisco Chronicle on our Kazuo Shiraga & Kour Pour exhibition
Ever Gold [Projects] is pleased to present a two person booth with Cameron Platter and Kate Groobey, at the 2017 NADA New York.
Ever Gold [Projects] is pleased to present a two person booth with Petra Cortright and Petra Collins, at the 2017 ALAC (Art Los Angeles Contemporary) at the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica.
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Within Minnesota Street Project’s first building and central hub located on its namesake avenue are about a dozen other galleries, including the last gallery to sign in that space, Ever Gold Projects — run by a San Francisco native, Andrew McClintock, who grew up riding his bike in the Dogpatch. When Ever Gold’s previous lease became unaffordable in the Tenderloin, just under a year ago, McClintock relocated. “Conceptually, there is much more space out in the Dogpatch — space to think and breathe in this ever-encroaching city,” he says. “I saw my sales more than double last year, and our shows are being seen by thousands of people.” This Saturday, McClintock will open a show that puts Kazuo Shiraga, a master of the Gutai group, and the current market darling Kour Pour in dialogue. 1275 Minnesota St., Suite 105, evergoldprojects.com
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Mark Flood’s solo exhibition reviewed by the SF Weekly
Petra Collins interviewed by Artnet: Why Everyone Is Talking About Millennial Artist Petra Collins
Serge Attukwei Clottey solo exhibition at GNYP Gallery, Berlin. October 22nd – December 3rd, 2016
Petra Collins feature in an October issue of the New Yorker magazine.
Petra Cortright solo exhibition at Carl Kostyal, London.
Tom Sachs solo exhibition at YBCA, San Francisco.