Richard Forster's solo exhibition at the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester, Englad opens August 29! Plan your visit here. On view through January 3, 2016.
Read the discussion between Austin Chronicle arts writer Seth Orion Schwaiger and Art Alliance Austin's Asa Hursh about art curation in the context of our current exhibition, Troy Brauntch, Andy Coolquitt, Jeff Williams at this link.
Troy Brauntuch, Andy Coolquitt, Jeff Williams has just been reviewed by Jeanne Claire van Ryzin in the Austin American-Statesman. Read the full article here. The exhibition will be on view through September 5.
We are delighted to announce that Hannah Harms has joined the Lora Reynolds Gallery team as our new Artist Liaison + Exhibitions Coordinator. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Hannah has lived and worked in New York for the past five years—where she held positions at Andrea Meislin Gallery and Dorfman Projects. If you haven't had the opportunity to meet or welcome Hannah to the gallery, we hope you will soon.
Francesca Gabbiani is currently featured in the summer issue of Mailbu Magazine, now on newstands! Check out Francesca's profile here.
Mads Lynnerup's work is featured in a new group exhibition at the di Rosa Museum in Napa, California. Body Talk opens Saturday, August 1 (6–8 pm) and is on view through September 27. Learn more about the show at this link. "As we become ever more disembodied from daily life through various means of technology, Body Talk aims to locate an expanded awareness of how we might physically engage the world, using our entire bodies—and not just our heads (or our iPhones)—as tools for gaining experience and knowledge."
Arlene Shechet's major museum retrospective, now on view at the ICA Boston, has just been reviewed in ARTnews. Read the article here and see the exhibition through September 7.
Arlene Shechet has been featured on PBS's ART21 for the second time. In this short video you can learn more about how Shechet creates her wall-hanging works of cast pigmented cotton, two of which were included in our recent exhibition, Blockbuster. Shechet's work is currently on view in a major retrospective at the ICA Boston.
Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler are featured on the newest episode of Tyler Green's The Modern Art Notes Podcast, discussing Sound Speed Marker, now on view at the Blaffer Museum in Houston. Listen here.
Francesca Gabbiani's work is now on view at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles as part of The Afghan Carpet Project, which features six carpets designed by L.A. based artists that were handmade by weavers in Afghanistan. The exhibition is the culmination of a project that began with a trip to Afghanistan to visit weavers in Kabul and Bamiyan in March 2014. On view through September 27.
Arlene Shechet's major museum retrospective, All at Once, opened at the ICA Boston on June 10. The exhibition features more than 150 works and traces the artist's practice over more than 20 years. Read more and plan your visit here.
Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler's touring exhibition Sound Speed Marker is now on view at the Blaffer Art Museum, University of Houston. The show features three of the artists' films, related photographs, and an outdoor sculpture, all exhibited through September 5. Learn more at this link.
Richard Forster's work can be seen in a new exhibition at The New Art Gallery in Walsall, England. Small Worlds opened on May 21 and features artists "who focus their attention on the changing urban environment." More details here.
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