FINAL DAY @ 1:54 NY | Historical and contemporary works presented by Hassan Hajjaj, Pieter Hugo, Sanlé Sory, Kyle Meyer and Nathalie Boutté at @154artfair, Booth B9. Until 6pm today! 🔥🌍 #154artfair #154newyork #yossimilogallery
Jasmine Weber @hyperallergic features artist Kyle Meyer’s “jaw-dropping, laborious” portraits, weaving together studio images taken by Meyer in Swaziland with strips of the same wax-cloth headwraps donned by his sitters. @154artfair. Booth B9, until Sunday. We hope to see you! 👳🏿♂️👳🏽♂️#KyleMeyer #154artfair @jasmineweber
OPENING TOMORROW, MAY 2, 6-8PM | We are very excited to open Meghann Riepenhoff’s second solo exhibition, ‘ECOTONE’, with an artist’s reception and book-signing. Since receiving her Guggenheim Fellowship, Riepenhoff has expanded her exploration of cyanotypes and abstract photographic mark-making, with monumental works created in unusual waters or buried in ice and snow. We hope to see you! 🌊💦💦 @meghannriepenhoff #meghannriepenhoff #yossimilogallery 1. “Littoral Drift #1170 (Polyptych, Great Salt Lake, UT 08.25.18, Lapping Waves at Shoreline of Antelope Island), 2018.” Six Dynamic Cyanotypes, Approx. 92" x 264". Unique. 2. “14-17℉, Walden Pond Water, Concord, MA 1.17-19.19, 2019.” Dynamic Cyanotype, Approx. 42” x 42". Unique. 3. “Ecotone #607 (Diptych, Bainbridge Island, WA 02.24.19, Draped on Stone Wall, Throughfall from Broken Magnolia Tree), 2019.” Two Dynamic Cyanotypes, Approx. 63 1/2" x 90". Unique.
Congratulations to @felipebaeza and @fortnight_institute on ‘La Emergencia de Hacer Memoria'. Unforgettable first NYC solo show! 🖤💣💥
OPENING THURSDAY, MAY 2 | We are pleased to announce ‘ECOTONE’, an exhibition of new cyanotypes by artist Meghann Riepenhoff. ‘ECOTONE’ expands her work with the 19th-century cyanotype process, both in scale and in the varied forms of water in which the photographic works are created. Artist’s Reception & Book-signing this Thursday evening, 6-8PM. 💧🌬 @MeghannRiepenhoff #Ecotone #YossiMilo #YossiMiloGallery
CLOSING RECEPTION / LAST CHANCE. Please join us for the closing reception of ‘Four’ tomorrow, April 26, 6 – 8 PM at 245 Tenth Avenue. ‘Four’ closes April 27. Co-curated with @doronlangberg. 1. © Oren Pinhassi. @oren_pinhassi 2. © Felipe Baeza. @felipebaeza 3. © Arghavan Khosravi. @arghavan_khosravi 4. © Julia Bland. @whoalia
FINAL WEEK | Julia Bland’s abstract wall hangings begin with patterns crafted on her loom before dyed, stitched and painted fabrics, and fragments of painted canvas and linen are cut, glued, sewed, burned and tied into the works. Her gridded elements are patterned on mathematical formulas inspired by sacred geometry, and also continue post-minimalist investigations of materiality and context, with surfaces that communicate through their physical presence as well as the history of their intersecting processes. #JuliaBland #FouratYossiMilo @whoalia … CLOSING RECEPTION: Friday, April 26, 6 – 8 PM. ‘Four’ closes April 27. Co-curated with @doronlangberg.
Today we celebrate the work of filmmaker, writer and photographer Tim Hetherington (1970 – 2011). Hetherington reported on humanitarian and political issues at the highest level, helping effect a change in the news industry’s understanding of conflict reporting. On April 20, 2011, Hetherington was killed while on assignment covering the Libyan civil war. … “As anyone who has experienced it will know, war is many contradictory things. There is brutality and heroism, comedy and tragedy, friendship, hate, love and boredom. War is absurd yet fundamental, despicable yet beguiling, unfair yet with its own strange logic. Rarely are people 'back home' exposed to these contradictions — society tends only to highlight those qualities it needs, to construct its own particular narrative.” - #TimHetherington 🕊 Rest In Power @imperialwarmuseums
Wishing everyone a Happy Passover and Easter! 🕍🐰 We are happy to announce that Markus Brunetti has added three recently-completed synagogues to his FACADES series, which he began in 2005. “Bucuresti, Templul Coral” (2018-2019) by #MarkusBrunetti #passover #chagsameach #easter
Sally Hansell @Hyperallergic reviews ‘Just My Type: Angela Dufresne’, on view at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz. The thirty-three intimate portraits by Dufresne, on view through July 14, feature fellow artists and friends and play with “gender fluidity, sexual ambiguity, and a collaborative creative process.”👹🧒🏼🤖 @angeldufuche @DorskyMuseum. Curated by @blindobject. #AngelaDufresne #JustMyType
Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Paris.⚜️ “Paris, Cathédrale Notre-Dame” (2006-2015) by Markus Brunetti #notredame
The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, currently has on view works by Matthew Brandt and Alison Rossiter in ‘Look Again: 45 Years of Collecting Photography’. Until April 14. @highmuseumofart 1️⃣ #MatthewBrandt. “Blacktail Lake WY 7” (2013). Dye coupler print soaked in Blacktail Lake water. 72" x 105". Unique. 2️⃣ #AlisonRossiter. “Dupont Defender Varigam, expired December 1954, processed 2016”. Four Gelatin Silver Prints. 24" x 20" each. Unique. . . . RP @highmuseumofart
Join artist Doron Langberg tomorrow (Sunday, 4/7) at the American Academy of Arts & Letters (NYC) at 4:00PM for a panel discussion led by David Cohen of artcritical, with fellow award winners Judith Bernstein, Charlotte de Larminat, Inka Essenhigh and Alain Kirili. Our hearty compliments to all of the Academy’s award recipients. 🎊 @doronlangberg, @judith_bernstein, @inkaessenhigh, @alainkirili, @duvetjungle,@davidcohenartcritical
Alexxa Gotthardt @Artsy discusses Yoshiyuki’s series ‘The Park’ and how “the issues that radiate from Yoshiyuki’s cult body of work are as potent now as they were in the ’70s.” A newly designed, comprehensive edition of ‘Kohei Yoshiyuki: The Park’, co-published by Radius Books and Yossi Milo Gallery, will mark the fortieth anniversary of the series. Coming May 2019. @radius.books @alexxag
Angela Dufresne’s portrait salon for the 21st-centruy, ‘Just My Type’, is on view at @DorskyMuseum through July 14. Thank you to dArt International Magazine and Dominick Lombardi for their review: “With the subjects surrounded by one color, you may begin to register certain details such as the strong spindly fingers and the bigger than life personalities that may lead one to consider the influence of Egon Schiele or Alice Neel. As a result, this more emotional type allows the personal traits of the subjects to dominate, enhancing their individulaty.” #AngelaDufresne #JustMyType “Jennifer Packer” (2018). Oil on canvas. 72 x 72 inches.
‘HASSAN HAJJAJ: The Path’ presented at @new_art_exchange, in Nottingham, UK, will feature new and recent photographs, films and installations by the multidisciplinary artist. Opening April 5. 🥫🥫🥫 1️⃣’Lynette Yiadom-Boakye,’ 2017/1438. 2️⃣’Marques,’ 2012/1433. 3️⃣’Bumi Sittin,’ 2013/1434. #HassanHajjajThePath
Sanlé Sory for @Guardian | “This was shot in a popular Bobo-Dioulasso neighborhood called Sikasso Sira, where many Malian people lived. I would imagine this was a young Malian couple dating and preparing for a dance. I would often go to that place as this white wall was a perfect scene for me to shoot dancers and lovers.” 🕺🏿💃🏿The full digital slideshow, “Parties and passion in Burkina Faso by Ibrahima #SanléSory – in pictures”, is now published online. Image: ‘Les jeunes danseurs de Sikasso Sira,’ 1972.
Now on view at @mfahouston, ‘A History of Photography: Selections from the Museum’s Collection,’ features a recent work from Kyle Meyer’s #Interwoven series. This cycle of the ongoing exhibition honors the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the birth of the LGBTQ civil rights movement by focusing on images of #LGBTQ subjects. Image: ‘Unidentified 163,’ 2019. Archival Pigment Print Hand Woven with Wax Print Fabric, approximately 54” x 36” (137 x 91.5 cm). #KyleMeyerInterwoven #Swaziland #eSwatini
A star was born at the opening night of ‘Ain’t Too Proud.’ Congratulations to the fabulous @ephsykes and the amazing cast on an extraordinary and memorable performance! 💐💐👏🏽👏🏽Sitting behind the legendary Otis Williams made it an unforgettable evening! This show is not to be missed. Thank you @joelgnyc! 🙏🏾 #Temptations #AintTooProud #OtisWilliams❤️❤️👏🏽🕺🏾💃🏾
Photographs from Mark Ruwedel’s series ‘Westward the Course of Empire’ are the subject of a solo exhibition at @californiahistoricalsociety in San Francisco, opening tomorrow, March 21. #MarkRuwedel #OpeningSoon #WestwardtheCourseofEmpire
OPENING TONIGHT! 6:00 - 8:00 PM. FOUR: Felipe Baeza, Julia Bland, Arghavan Khosravi and Oren Pinhassi 245 Tenth Avenue (bet. 24th St & 25th St) in NYC Artists’ Reception open to the public. We hope to see you!
Installation underway for Oren Pinhassi's sculptural environment made exclusively for "Four". Other featured artists include Felipe Baeza, Julia Bland and Arghavan Khosravi. OPENING TOMORROW, MARCH 16, 6-8PM with a public reception at the gallery. #OrenPinhassi #FouratYossiMilo #OpeningSaturday
OPENING SATURDAY, MARCH 16 | we are pleased to announce a four-person exhibition featuring works by Felipe Baeza, Julia Bland, Arghavan Khosravi and Oren Pinhassi. Works by each artist in “Four” give form to personal experiences through material and color inducing a contemplative atmosphere where subtle references to different histories and narrative can emerge. The exhibition is co curated by Yossi Milo and Doron Langberg will open on Saturday, March 16 with an artists’ reception from 6:00 - 8:00 pm and will be on view through Saturday, April 27. 1. #FelipeBaeza, “I have eyes where they can best protect me” (2019). Ink, acrylic, embroidery, acrylic, twine, cut paper and egg tempera on canvas. 36" x 26". 2. #Julia Bland, “Dwell” (2018). Linen and wool threads, oil paint. 68" x 64" 3. #ArghavanKhosravi, “Mesmerized, Listen to the Big Brother” (2019). Acrylic, cement and colored pencil, 52" x 38". 4. #OrenPinhassi, “Drip Dry” (2018). Plaster, sand, pigment, burlap, towel bar. 40" x 18" x 4".
#LastDay to see Karl Martin Holzhäuser’s masterly chromogenic prints and a group exhibition featuring Marco Breuer, Susan Derges, Liz Nielsen, Hiroshi Sugimoto and a diversity of artists blurring the distinction between photography and other media. #Lichtmalerei and #PaintingwithLight are on view at the gallery until 6pm!
ARMORY 2019 | Works presented by Matthew Brandt, Nathalie Boutté, John Chiara, Angela Dufresne, Hassan Hajjaj, Simen Johan, Doron Langberg, Chris McCaw, Kyle Meyer and Alison Rossiter at @thearmoryshow, Booth 713. Until Sunday, March 10. 🔥 #ArmoryShow #ArmoryShow2019
Congratulation to Doron Langberg and all exhibiting artists, chosen from over 100 nominees submitted by the members of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Paintings, sculpture, works on paper, and installations by the 32 contemporary artists are on view in the galleries of the Academy from Thursday, March 7 through Sunday, April 7, on historic Audubon Terrace (in NYC, Broadway bet. 155th & 156th Sts). #DoronLangberg
“We All Loved Ruscha (15 Apts.)” by Mark Ruwedel, depicting 15 walk-up apartments in Los Angeles, is now on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum for the first time in ‘Mapping Space: Recent Acquisitions in Focus’ from February 26 - July 14, in LA. @gettymuseum In returning to the apartment buildings originally captured by the artist Ed Ruscha (American, b. 1937) almost 50 years earlier and published in the 1965 book ‘Some Los Angeles Apartments’, Ruwedel documents in deadpan style the changes these buildings have undergone. ⏳⌛️ Image: #MarkRuwedel. “We all loved Ruscha (15 Apts.), 2011-2012”. Fifteen Gelatin Silver Prints.
Don't miss your chance to see #AnselAdamsInOurTime and explore @anseladams' legacy through a contemporary lens. The exhibition pairs iconic works by #AnselAdams with photographs by contemporary artists, such as the cyanotype triptych by #MeghannRiepenhoff pictured above. Closing this Sunday, February 24. ... RP @mfaboston
Angela Dufresnse, Carolee Schneemann and Nicola Tyson will be in conversation today at the @dorskymuseum in New Paltz, NY, at 2:00 pm (EST/NYC). Conceptualized and organized by Melissa Ragona in relation to the works installed in ‘#AngelaDufresne: Just My Type’, on view through July 14. #JustMyType @blindobject
Karl Martin Holzhäuser’s rigorous yet unapologetic embrace of color singled him as the “fauve” of German Concrete Photography. Visit this weekend for a walkthrough of the artist’s “boldly experimental” chromatic photographs, which Collector Daily’s Loring Knoblauch describes as “both intellectually impressive and joyfully unexpected.” On view until March 9. Image: #KarlMartinHolzhäuser, “Blau.Grün.Rot, 1986.” Colored Light on Three PE-color papers. 19 3/4" x 19 3/4", each. Unique. #Lichtmalerei
Visit the gallery at the 2nd edition of 1-54 Marrakech, presented at the historic La Mamounia, through February 24. Works exhibited by Hassan Hajjaj, Nathalie Boutté, Sanlé Sory, J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere, and Kyle Meyer. #154Marrakech #LaMamounia #YossiMilo #YossiMiloGallery
Thank you Helen and Brice Marden and Madison Cox for the fabulous afternoon at Villa Oasis and the amazing tour of YSL and Pierre Berge’s home. ‘Brice Marden: Morocco’ on view at @myslmarrakech through March 12. 🌴 #BriceMarden #Madisoncox #majorellegarden #villaoasis #ysl
In this group of Karl Martin Holzhäuser’s “light paintings”, the extremes of the artist’s mark-making with light and photo paper are demonstrated, from controlled and neat color blocks created by way of a darkroom enlarger and prefabricated Kodak color transparencies, to the more gestural, dark-and-light bands that echo above, recording the artist’s whimsical attempts at matching the exact color and form of his perfect squares. ◾️◾️◾️ Visit for a walk-through of “#KarlMartinHolzhäuser: Lichtmalerei”, on view at the gallery through March 9. 1. “88.4.8” (1988). Colored Light on PE-color paper. 23 1/2" x 19 5/8". Unique. 2. “88.4.3” (1988). Colored Light on PE-color paper. 23 1/2" x 19 5/8". Unique. 3. “88.4.6” (1988). Colored Light on PE-color paper. 23 1/2" x 19 5/8". Unique.
OpeningToday | Alison Rossiter’s vintage equestrian portrait from her series ‘Light Horses’ is modeled after Marengo (c. 1793–1831) the famous war horse of Napoleon immortalized by Jacques Louis David in his painting, Napoleon Crossing the Alps. Rossiter’s ‘Light Horses’ will be included in the @themorganlibrary’s exhibition ‘The Extended Moment: Photographs from the National Gallery of Canada’, opening today in NYC, until May 26. Image: #AlisonRossiter. “Jacques-Louis David, Napoleon Crossing the Alps, 2006.” Gelatin Silver Print. 20" x 24". Unique.
Matthew Brandt’s solo exhibition at the Newark Museum opens on Saturday, March 9 and will be on view until 2020. A new work that will be included is “100 Eagles” (2019), a large installation of eagle daguerreotypes made with melted American Silver Eagle coins. The imagery for the daguerreotypes are photographs Brandt took of bald eagles in Alaska. 🦅 ‘#MatthewBrandt: Rocks and Eagles’ opens on Saturday, March 9 and will be on view until 2020. @NewarkMuseum
Angela Dufresne’s new and recent paintings will be on view in the gallery’s presentation for the #ArmoryShow2019, and are also the subject of ‘Just My Type’, a new solo exhibition displayed at the @dorskymuseum, New Paltz, NY, through July 14, 2019 #AngelaDufresne Image: “Lap of Leisure, 2014.” Oil on canvas. 54" x 108". From the artist’s recently closed solo exhibition at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.
Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new paintings by Doron Langberg in Fall 2019. This is Langberg's debut exhibition at the gallery. #DoronLangberg #YossiMilo #YossiMiloGallery
#OpeningTonight at @maimanohouse in Budapest, #BacktotheFuture features a triptych from Matthew Brandt’s ‘Stepping Stone Falls’ series made using water collected from the Flint River in Michigan. __________________________ A kiállítás megtekinthető: 2019. február 1. - 2019. március 17. A Mai Manó Házban megrendezett Vissza a jövőbe – A 19. század a 21. században című kiállítás kortárs művészek munkáit vonultatja fel, akik olyan technikákat, eljárásokat vagy akár témákat alkalmaznak, amelyek bizonyos szempontból emlékeztetnek a 19. század első felének fotográfusai által is használt módszerekre. E művészek nemcsak ihletet nyernek a fotográfia hajnalának úttörő megoldásaiból, de rendhagyó ötleteikkel tovább is gondolják azokat.
A solo exhibition by Matthew Brandt, ‘Rocks and Eagles,’ featuring two new photographic series by the artist, will open this spring at the @newarkmuseum . #RocksandEagles will debut large-scale photographic works made from unusual materials, such as silver dollars, leaded glass windows and rocks deaccessioned from the Museum’s Natural Science Collection. #matthewbrandt #PineBarrens
Loring Knoblauch of Collector Daily describes Holzhäuser’s photographic work as ‘both intellectually impressive and joyfully unexpected.’ #Lichtmalerei is on view through March 9. #ConcretePhotography #CollectorDaily
Congratulations to writer Hanya Yanagihara on the Hebrew-language release of #ALittleLife, חיים קטנים! We are so excited to receive our special copy in today’s mail.👌🏽❤️
Markus Brunetti’s powerful FACADES series is represented in ‘The Place as Metaphor: Collection Conversations,’ at @cfamrollins in Winter Park, FL. Other featured artists include Salvador Dali, Ernesto Neto, and Danh Vo, among others. Until May 12, 2019. #MarkusBrunetti #FACADES
OPENING TONIGHT, 6 - 8 PM | A group exhibition featuring abstract, process-driven photographs, situates “light paintings” performed in #KarlMartinHolzhäuser's dark room in dialogue with a cross-section of contemporary works. ‘Painting with Light’ will feature pictures providing a window into a creative ferment as new horizons in abstraction and mark-making are cast through tools and processes specific to photography. Including works by Marco Breuer, Christopher Bucklow, Richard Caldicott, Harry Callahan, Ellen Carey, Gianfranco Chiavacci, Luuk de Haan, Susan Derges, Jessica Eaton, Bryan Graf, Gottfried Jäger, Aspen Mays, Chris McCaw, Gjon Mili, Liz Nielsen, Lisa Oppenheim, Hanno Otten, Alison Rossiter, Tokihiro Sato, Assaf Shaham, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Tenesh Webber and James Welling. 1. Image: © Liz Nielsen 2. Image: © Ellen Carey 3. Image: © Assaf Shaham
OPENING TONIGHT | The gallery is pleased to announce the premiere U.S. solo exhibition of photographic works by German artist Karl Martin Holzhäuser (b. 1944). The show will feature Holzhäuser's vintage "light paintings" ("Lichtmalerei") from the 1980s and early 1990s. ‘Lichtmalerei’ opens tonight with a reception for the artist from 6:00-8:00pm, and will close on Saturday, February 23. We hope to see you! #KarlMartinHolzhauser #Lichtmalerei #OpeningTonight
#ClosingToday: Final day to see “#KyleMeyer: Interwoven”. Visit us at 245 Tenth Avenue to see Meyer’s intricate artworks woven from photographic prints and fabric. Until 6:00pm!
Kyle Meyer’s premiere gallery exhibition ‘Interwoven’ is on view in NYC for only one more week! Closing this Saturday, January 12. #KyleMeyer #Interwoven #ClosingSoon