Donald Moffett: head. has just been reviewed in Arts and Culture Texas. You can read the article here.
Roy McMakin is the subject of a solo show at the Athenaeum Music and Art Library in La Jolla, California. Is a vase worth more than a bowl? is on view through December 27, 2014 and features furniture-based sculpture, drawings of household objects, and photographic work.
Noriko Ambe's work is featured in the new exhibition Odd Volumes: Book Art from the Allan Chasanoff Collection, now on view at the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven, Connecticut. You can learn more here. The exhibibition will remain installed through February 1, 2015.
Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler's exhibition, Sound Speed Marker at Ballroom Marfa, has just been selected as an Artforum Critic's Pick. You can read more here. The show was also profiled in this new article in Art in America.
Susan Collis' and Ewan Gibbs' work can now be seen in the Weatherspoon Art Museum's Art on Paper biennial. Learn more about the exhibition here, on view in Greensboro, North Carolina until December 14, 2014.
Domestic Furniture by Roy McMakin has been featured in the New York Times. Click here to read the full interview. The exhibition will be on view through Saturday, November 15.
Read more about Domestic Furniture by Roy McMakin in this article in Wallpaper* Magazine.
Ewan Gibbs' work is currently on view in Atlanta, at the High Museum of Art, as part of their new exhibition, Top Drawer: Select Drawings from the Museum's Collection. The show will be installed through January 15, 2015, and you can find further details at this link.
Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler discuss their most recent exhibitions in Marfa and New York in BOMB Magazine. Read the interview here.
Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler's exhibition, Sound Speed Marker, has been reviewed in Glasstire. The exhibition is on view at Ballroom Marfa through October 26th, and you can read the review here.
Richard Forster is included in the exhibition Year After Year, featuring works from the renowned UBS Art Collection. This showcase examines the artistic production on paper through 50 works by 33 acclaimed international artists working from the 1960s to today. For more information, please click here.
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