John Gerrard’s Western Flag (Spindletop, Texas) 2017 is at the Dallas Museum of Art as part of the group exhibition, Truth: 24 frames per second. On view until 28 January 2018
Nick Goss will present a solo exhibition at Josh Lilley Gallery. ‘De Ramp’ will be on view until 6 November 2017.
Josh Tonsfeldt is included in the group exhibition “Screens: Virtual Material” at Decordova Museum. The exhibition is on view from 6 Oct – 18 Mar 2018.
Victoria Fu’s solo exhibition TELEVOIX is reviewed in Frieze Magazine by Saul Anton
Nick Goss’s solo exhibition ‘De Ramp’ is reviewed in the Financial Times by Jackie Wullschlager
Victoria Fu’s TELEVOIX exhibition at Simon Preston Gallery is reviewed in Art Forum by Wendy Vogel.
Amie Siegel will give a talk at the University of Victoria this Wednesday, 20 September at 7:30pm. Her work is currently on view at the Blackwood Gallery.
Amie Siegel’s ‘Fetish’ (2016) is part of the group exhibition ‘Habits of Care’ at the Blackwood Gallery. On view now until 30 September 2017.
Hans Schabus presents a solo exhibition, Bergfahrt für Talf
Amie Siegel is included in the 12 x 12 series at Berlinische Gallery. The exhibition will run from 23 August to 2 October.
Victoria Fu is included in the group exhibition, Within Genres, at Pérez Art Museum Miami. On view until 19 August 2018
Amie Siegel and Helen Mirra will be together in conversation at the Seattle Art Fair today, Aug 6th at 3:30pm.
Two works by John Gerrard will be up for bidding at the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation Gala Auction. Bidding will run from Aug 10th to Aug 23. All auction proceeds will support LDF’s environmental programs.
John Gerrard’s World Rivers (Flag) is reviewed in Hyperallergic by Ben Valentine. The Flags are currently on view at the 2017 Galway International Arts Festival from 17 July – 30 July.
Marco Rios presents a solo exhibition My mind is alive with thoughts of my sadness at Mandujano Cell, Los Angeles. On view until 26 August.
Amie Siegel is included in the group exhibition Fade In 2: Ext. Modernist Home – Night at the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade. The show is curated by the Swiss Institute with Julie Boukobza, and produced by Balkan Projects. The exhibition will be on view until 21 August 2017.
John Gerrard is reviewed and interviewed by Brian Boucher in Artnet News.
Victoria Fu and Matt Rich will present work in the group exhibition, Paris, London, Hong Kong, Portland, Brooklyn, Detroit, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Diego, Oak Park, Berlin, at Document Gallery, Chicago. The exhibition will run until 26 August 2017.
Nick Goss is included in the group exhibition Botánica at Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco. The exhibition is curated by Todd von Ammon, and will be on view from 13 July – 29 August. Other artists include: Ellsworth Kelly, Henri Matisse, Jason Rhoades, Irving Penn, Gerard Richter, and more.
Hans Schabus is included in the group show, Instructions for Happiness, at 21er Haus, Wien, curated by Severin Dünser and Olympia Tzortzi. The exhibition will be on view until 5 November 2017.
Victoria Fu and Matt Rich will present collaborative work at Yup Yup at Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro. On view until 21 August 2017.
John Gerrard is included in the group exhibition Wormwood at Ellis King Gallery. Other artist include Sherrie Levine, Lutz Bacher, Lynda Benglis, Helmut Lang, Oscar Tuazon, and others. The show will be on view until 12 August 2017.
Amie Siegel is included in the group exhibition 4.543 Billion at Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux (CAPC), curated by Latitudes, Barcelona. On view until 7 January 2018.
Josh Tonsfeldt is included in a group show titled, A Show Yet to be Titled, organized by Lucie Fontaine at 83 Pitt Street .
Nick Goss is included in the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2017 which presents over 1,200 works. The exhibition will be on display from 13 June – 20 August 2017.
John Gerrard’s Western Flag (Spindletop, Texas) 2017 exhibition at Somerset House, London is featured in Frieze Magazine by Ben Eastham.
Robert Breer is included in a group exhibition Sunlight only arrives at its proper hour, at Mission 356, alongside artists Mike Kelley, Jean Leon Gerome, John Singer Sargent, and others. The exhibition will run from 2 June – 30 July 2017.
Amie Siegel will give a free lecture alongside Curator Kathleen Forde on 20 May, from 12-1:30pm about the Frye Art Museum’s current exhibition, Amie Siegel: Interiors.
Victoria Fu & Matt Rich’s exhibition at The Suburban, Milwaukee opens 21 May, 2-4pm, and will be on view until 17 June.
Amie Siegel will present a solo exhibition, Interiors, at Frye Art Museum in Seattle, opening 19 May and on view through 3 September 2017.
Robert Breer is included in a group exhibition, Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. On view from 17 May – 17 September 2017
Jenny Perlin will be included in the group exhibition, Reconstitution, at LAXart. On view from 23 April 2017 – 27 May 2017
Jenny Perlin and Jacquline Goss will perform The Measures at Union Docs Center for Documentary Art as part of Sounding the Screen.
John Gerrard’s Western Flag (Spindletop, Texas) 2017 a new commission by Channel 4 is presented at Somerset House, London. The installation will be on view from 21 April – 27 April 2017. Western Flag will also be broadcast on 22 April to mark this year’s Earth Day.
Jenny Perlin’s exhibition The Long Sleepers is reviewed in Art Forum by Rachel Churner.
John Gerrard is included in the group exhibition Electricity: The Spark of Life. The exhibition will run from 23 February 2017 to 25 June 2017.
Hans Schabus’ Cafe Hansi is exhibited at the Museum Moderner Kunst, Vienna. The bar will be open to the public on the last Thursday of every month. Cafe Hansi will be on view from 17 March 2017 to 17 March 2018.
Jenny Perlin is included in the group exhibition More Than Just Words [On the Poetic] at Kunsthalle Wien. The exhibition, which runs until 5 May 2017, also features works by John Baldessari, Michael Dean, João Maria Gusmão, Nina Canell and others.
Terence Gower’s exhibition Havana Case Study at Simon Preston Gallery is reviewed in Art in America by David Markus.
Amie Siegel’s exhibition Strata at the South London Gallery is reviewed in The Guardian by Adrian Searle.
Hans Schabus’s exhibition Tall Trees to Tall Houses tours to Kunsthalle Darmstadt. The exhibition is on view from 24 January to 1 May 2017.
Amie Siegel will present her first solo exhibition, entitled Strata, in London at the South London Gallery, opening 20 January and on view through 26 March 2017.
Josh Tonsfeldt is included in a group exhibition Resonating Surfaces at Mendes Woods DM. The exhibition, which runs until 4 February 2017, also features works by Bruce Nauman, Lygia Clark, and Lawrence Weiner.