like Adelie is (posthumously) featured in The Long View: California Women of Abstract Expressionism 1945–1965.
is one of seventeen women featured in Unlisted, an exhibition of mid- to late twentieth-century women artists who worked in modernist styles, yet are not often exhibited today despite their significant skills, careers and accomplishments.
shows with Thompson Giroux.
Héloïse Chassepot (b. 1995, Paris; lives and works in London) completed studies at Haute école d’art et de design, Geneva; University of Geneva, Switzerland; and gained her MFA from Goldsmiths, University of London, in 2022. She shows work with Downs and Ross.
Transmitter is a collaborative curatorial gallery based in Brooklyn, New York, focusing on programming that is multidisciplinary, international and
experimental. to bleach, to fold features Work by Zeshan Ahmed and Yasi Alipour.
(In the context of her newest at Lisson, Channa says that as an artist, “I experience freedom through limitation and structure. It would appear that limitation and structure are dichotomies to freedom, but through experience, I have found them to be synonymous and the basics of freedom.”
Listening and memory are the basis of Mathew Weaver’s artistic practice. Those activities are often
associated with stillness and quiet, but his is an active listening, a protean remembering. He recently exhibited at 201@105, an art space (studio and gallery) to make art, protect art, and showcase art.
Booooooom puts the Artist Spotlight on Jessica.
Artforum notes a recent, large show of Teresa’s ouvre in Barcelona.
A notion of space drawn from Ramón’s imaginary recalling of particular places provides the context and imagery for these pictures of the here, there and nowhere. He deals with architecture in a similar way to Kevin.