@ApertureFnd reviews ‘African Spirits’ describing the exhibition as an “astutely and carefully crafted panoply.” In their commentary, writer Imani Noelle Ford draws diverse connections across the array of “decidedly adorned and decisively posed” subjects, underscoring the “exhibition’s impulse toward quotidian delights.” On @muholizanele and @mahapemorgan’s interpretations in Zulu beadwork of self-portraits from Muholi’s series #SomnyamaNgonyama (#HailtheDarkLioness), Ford offers how the new beaded works employ “a plethora of cultural artifacts and practices, suggesting that paint and print are no longer enough to communicate the fabulosity and complexity of the Black subject.” @DelphineDiallo, they note, “gives the show a pop of color…with a portrait of a femme, embodying queer femininity and queer masculinity.” 🌍 One more week until #AfricanSpiritsYMG closes on August 23. 1. #DelphineDiallo. “Afropunk – Pink Fur” (2016). 2. #MohamedBourouissa. “La fenetre” (2005). 3. J.D. ‘Okhai #Ojeikere. “Miss Yinka Irele” (1969). 4. #SamuelFosso. “Autoportrait, from the ‘70s Lifestyle’ series” (1975-78).
Pieter Hugo’s new series ‘La Cucaracha’ will have its North American premiere in the gallery’s line-up for the 2020 season. This latest body of work is the result of his travels to Mexico over the last two years between Mexico City, the desert of Hermosillo and the mountainous regions of Ixtepec and San Cristóbal. ‘La Cucaracha’ represents among his first series taken outside of the African continent. #PieterHugo 🦎🇲🇽 *** Above image: “The Wedding Gift” (2018) depicts a young bride posed in her wedding gown in possession of a large iguana. Iguanas have long been associated with vitality in Mexico, whether as a source of food, a symbol of patience and empathy, or as the eponymous creatures of a lively Mexican folk dance. Much like their human Zapotec counterparts, female iguanas reign over large territories while male iguanas vie for their attention.
Matthew Brandt’s ‘Silver’ series features images of trees at night produced as large-scale gelatin silver prints then treated with liquid silver and mounted on aluminum frames, recreating in a series of unique works his own personal experience of rapture at the natural world. *** “I got lost in a forest in Idyllwild, California. It was kind of scary at first but there was something very sublime about it,” Brandt explains. “I had a moment of reflection, and my problems and worries seemed a little insignificant next to these ancient trees that had endured so long. It was a strange experience that I wanted to capture.” -#MatthewBrandt On view @NewarkMuseum’s ‘Rocks and Eagles: Matthew Brandt’ through 2020. @phatbrandt #RocksandEagles
@timeoutnewyork lists ‘AFRICAN SPIRITS’ as one of New York’s Top 5 destinations for art this week. Critic Howard Halle describes how mid-century commercial photographers in the show “employed minimal sets to maximal advantage,” creating a visual impact that allowed studio photography to develop into an artistic genre “well beyond the prosaic task of capturing a subject’s likeness.” To the read full text, visit #TimeOutNewYork’s website. Closing August 23. #AfricanSpiritsYMG *** Malick Sidibé (1935-2016) was known for his celebrated black-and-white photographs presenting the youth culture in his hometown of Bamako on a global stage. While the names and biographies of many of his sitters have been lost, their individual aspirations and charismatic personas are preserved in signature portraits by the artist. Sidibé was awarded a Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement in 2007 at the 52nd Venice Biennale. Image: “Jeune homme avec pattes d'éléphant, sacoche et montre” (1977) by #MalickSidibé
@PDN reviews ‘AFRICAN SPIRITS’ noting that in the studio photographs on view from mid-century through today “young generations look to a brighter future, whether by capturing their vibrant youth culture or holding power accountable.” To read the full text, visit PDN’s website. Closing Friday, August 23. #AfricanSpiritsYMG *** Photograph above: Using a daylight studio and medium format camera, Beninese photographer Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou (b. 1965) remixes iconographic elements from the region’s rich heritage of studio portraits to create works that while bearing a near camp focus on tradition interpret the experience of a generation caught between definitions of tradition and progress. 🌍
#CollectorDaily’s Loring Knoblauch reviews ‘AFRICAN SPIRITS’ as a “nuanced two-stage examination of African portraiture,” where enlarged modern works and rare vintage prints jointly provide a “sophisticated historical context for all of the work on view.” Fake flowers, soda cans, and patterned backdrops are arresting visual motifs found across both past and contemporary works, forming a “persuasive argument for deeply rooted photographic thinking, where ideas are constantly being recycled and reworked for a new age.” To read the full review, please visit the Collector Daily website. On view through August 23. #AfricanSpiritsYMG 🌍
@Artforum spotlights ‘African Spirits’ as a Critics’ Pick! In his review of the group exhibition @josephhakel examines the “sense of constructing and celebrating identity” and “sartorial flair [that] lends the subjects an air of performative brio.” Akel observes how the surveyed works “make explicit that posing for the camera can be a deeply empowering act of selfhood.” Through August 23. #AfricanSpiritsYMG #CriticsPick
‘AFRICAN SPIRITS’ is reviewed in the @nytimes as “a sensational roundup of West African portrait photography.” “You could spend all day in ‘African Spirits’,” @willvheinrich writes. From mid-century black-and-white studio photographs taken by #MalickSidibé to contemporary chromogenic works by French-Senegalese portraitist #DelphineDiallo, Heinrich describes how each portrait on view exudes “a powerful attention to presence — the camera’s as well as the subject’s — and a keen awareness that a person’s identity really only begins when it’s performed for someone else.” To read the full review, click the link in bio.🌍 On view until August 23. #CriticsPick #YossiMiloGallery #AfricanSpiritsYMG
ADAA GALLERY WALK | Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 17, the gallery will be open until 8 PM. @Artnet features ‘African Spirits’ as a top Editor’s Pick, with writer @neha177 describing how each piece within the “breathtaking compilation” “leaves a lasting impression.” We hope to see you at the #ADAAGalleryWalk! #AfricanSpiritsYMG 🌍
RP @flagartfoundation ・・・ From beginning: J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere’s “Onile Gogoro Or Akaba,” 1975, part of the artist’s larger series “Hairstyles,” 1970-75, (second slide) part of the group exhibition “African Spirits Group Exhibition,” on view ad @yossimilo through August 23, 2019 #JDOkhaiOjeikere
OPENING TONIGHT ‘AFRICAN SPIRITS’| Mohamed Bourouissa’s photographs from the series “Périphéries” are staged depictions of the tensions and issues affecting daily life for young people living in the suburbs of France. The imagined scenarios are orchestrated in carefully scouted locations and combine documentary-style journalistic content with formal compositions influenced by canonical paintings, such as those by Delacroix and Gericault. Above: “La fenêtre” (2005) *** Since the 1920s, boxing shaped and gave rise throughout West Africa to new ideas of masculinity and of ethnic and national consciousness, with boxers appearing as popular subjects in studio photographs across the region. In the post-independence era, a generation of youth saw their unleashed energy and creativity reflected in the defiant stances and strong postures, combining the ethos of black pride with the energy of rock n’ roll. *** We hope to see you tonight at our exhibition, rain or shine! 🥊🥊🥊🥊 1. #MohamedBourouissa. “La fenêtre” (2005) 2. #FelicienRodriguez. Untitled, mid-20th century. 3. #MalickSidibe. “Boxeur” (1966) 4. #SanleSory. “Les Deux Boxeurs” (1975) 5. #SanleSory. “Abou Le Boxeur Dafin” (1968) #AfricanSpiritsYMG #YossiMiloGallery
OPENING THURSDAY, JULY 11 | ‘African Spirits’ gathers nearly one hundred photo-based works from the 1950s to the present in examination of the enduring legacy of mid-20th century African studio portraiture on contemporary art. #YossiMiloGallery #AfricanSpiritsYMG🌍💫
FINAL DAYS | “Just My Type: #AngelaDufresne” is a study in the topology of the face, as it transforms and morphs, never standing still long enough to zero in on a fixed “type.” Co-curated by @blindobject and @anastasjames, ‘Just My Type’ is on view in its final days at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, through July 14. 💐💐💐💐 1. “Leigh Ledare, 2007.” Oil on canvas. 2. “Todd Shalom, 2018.” Oil on canvas. 3. “Sarah Workneh, 2018.” Oil on canvas. 4. “Roddy Bottum, 2018.” Oil on canvas. 5. “Lizzie Garbo, 2012.” Oil on canvas. 6. “Louis Fratino, 2018.” Oil on canvas. 7. “Lizzie Bonaventura and Larry, 2017.” Oil on canvas. 8. “Sheila Pepe, 2018.” Oil on canvas. 9. “Torkwase Dyson, 2017.” Oil on canvas. 10. “Geoffrey Chadsey, 2019.” Oil on canvas. 11. “Unicorn (Caroline Chandler), 2016.” Oil on canvas. 12. “Frank Jackson, 2018.” Oil on canvas. 13. “Nicola Tyson, 2017.” Oil on canvas. 14. “Dainca Phelps, 2008.” Oil on canvas 15. “Mala Iqbal, 2018.” Oil on canvas. 16. “Kerry Downey, 2016.” Oil on canvas.
#Repost @photographmag ・・・ Portrait photography is an essential part of African photographic history. ⠀ ⠀ The exhibition African Spirits, opening soon at @yossimilo on Thursday July 11, explores the new aesthetic vocabularies of the post-independence era in West African countries amidst the widespread proliferation of photography studios during the 1950s and 1980s.⠀ ⠀ The show, running through August 23, includes works by Martina Bacigalupo, Mohamed Bourouissa, Samuel Fosso, Hassan Hajjaj, Pieter Hugo, Seydou Keïta, Oumar Ly, Hamidou Maïga, Kyle Meyer, J.D. 'Okhai Ojeikere, Zanele Muholi, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Malick Sidibé, Sanlé Sory, and many others.⠀ ・⠀ 📷Hamidou Maiga, Untitled, 1973 © Hamidou Maiga, Courtesy Jack Bell Gallery, London⠀ ・⠀ #yossimilo #africanspirits #hamidoumaiga #photography #westafrica #africa
‘AFRICAN SPIRITS’ will open with a public reception on THURSDAY, JULY 11, 5:30 – 7:30 PM. Featuring works by nearly two dozen artists on the long-standing theme of studio photography within African photographic history and contemporary art. *** Among iconic works by celebrated names as well as a group of artists receiving later appraisal, rarely seen unique vintage works will be on view by the founder of #StudioDegbava, Stephane Nuvi-Tûvi (1939 - 2013, Togo). Nuvi-Tûvi apprenticed under Clément Fumey (founder of Studio Edekpe), and both photographers maintained successful studio practices in the capital city of Lomé. During his prolific career Nuvi-Tûvi was appointed as the official photographer for the president of Togo. #AfricanSpiritsYMG 🌍🇹🇬
The LGBTQ Pride Flag, originally devised by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker in 1978, is a symbol of the gay liberation movement. It has been suggested that Baker may have been inspired by Judy Garland's singing "Over the Rainbow" and the Stonewall riots that happened a few days after Garland's death. A harassed minority group was eventually pushed up from the underground and into social consciousness with shadowed lives exchanged for radical visibility enabled by allyship and collective activism, as visualized by Baker in the flag’s united colorbands. We celebrate #WorldPride and the 50th-anniversary of the #Stonewall Riots by raising the flag for the colorful group of people who in 1969 galvanized the gay rights movement and brought us to where we are today. More to be done! 🌍🏳️🌈🌈
@artnet reviews ‘Just My Type’: Angela Dufresne, with writer Katie White describing the “enlivening sense of limitlessness” found in Dufresne’s rarely exhibited portraits, as well as a sense of “hybridity and fluidity” between “phantasm and reality.” Only two weeks left to visit @angeldufuche’s solo exhibition at the @DorskyMuseum, at SUNY-New Paltz, through Sunday, July 14th.
Works by Doron Langberg are on view in the three-person exhibition ‘Semblance: The Public/ Private/ Shared Self’, curated by Courtney Taylor and installed at the LSU Museum of Art in Baton Rouge, LA, until October 6, 2019. Also featuring new and recent paintings by Heidi Hahn and Jonathan Lyndon Chase, ‘Semblance’ explores how we negotiate representations of self in public, private, and shared space. For more information, please visit the @lsumoa website. #DoronLangberg @doronlangberg @heidihahn123 @jonathanlyndonchase
‘African Spirits’, a summer group exhibition of photographic works tracing the visual legacy and thematic reverberations of mid-20th century African studio portraiture on contemporary art practice, opens on Wednesday, July 10, with an artists’ reception from 5:30 – 7:30 PM. We hope to see you! #AfricanSpiritsYMG 🌍💥 *** Leonce Raphael AGBODJELOU, Martina BACIGALUPO, Mohamed BOUROUISSA, Nathalie BOUTTÉ, Studio DEGBAVA, Studio Photo EDEKPE, Samuel FOSSO, Hassan HAJJAJ, Pieter HUGO, Seydou KEITA, Oumar LY, Hamidou MAIGA, Kyle MEYER, J.D. 'Okhai OJEIKERE, Zanele MUHOLI, Félicien RODRIGUEZ, ROKA Studio, Paul Mpagi SEPUYA, Malick SIDIBÉ, Tijani Àdìgún SITOU, Sanlé SORY
@doronlangberg & @angeldufuche are featured in THEM @galerieperrotin, alongside an amazing gathering of works by fellow artists and friends. Congratulations to @dnryan @valentineblondel and the team at @galerieperrotin for a stunning installation! Until August 16th (NYC). *** Works also featured by Hernan BAS, Jonathan LYNDON CHASE, Anthony CUDAHY, TM DAVY, Louis FRATINO, Jenna GRIBBON, Paul HEYER, Sholem KRISHTALKA, Maia Cruz PALILEO, Ana SEGOVIA and Salman TOOR. *** 1. #DoronLangberg. “Zach and Craig 1” (2019). Oil on linen. 24 x 18 inches. 2. #AngelaDufresne. “Perfect Sotrms” (2015). Oil on canvas. 34 x 50 inches.
Meghan Riepenhoff’s solo exhibition, ‘Nearshore,’ opens today at the @bolinasmuseum in Bolinas, CA. #Nearshore presents cyanotype works generated on the water’s edge, featuring visual evidence of great wild fires in the Northwest, tidal charts informed by the rhythms of the ocean in Bolinas and other unique collaborations with nature. On view through August 11. #MeghannRiepenhoff #Ecotone Image: Installation view of ‘Ecotone,’ on view at Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, through June 29.
TOMORROW, 6/15, 2-4 PM | The Dorsky Museum at SUNY-New Paltz hosts a panel discussion centered on paintings currently on view in Angela Dufresne: ‘Just My Type’. To represent an individual is to conjure the thorny questions of who this individual is: their class, race, gender, sexual orientation, relation to the artist and so on. What constitutes the "act of recognition" in portraiture? What kind of a position does "subjectivity" take in contemporary portraiture? Featuring #AngelaDufresne, Peter Rostovsky, and Faye Hirsch in conversation, moderated by Melissa Ragona. 👹🤖👨🏻 @angeldufuche @dorskymuseum @peterrostovsky @fannyhortonn @blindobject
Made in heavy rainstorms, works from Meghann Riepenhoff’s new ‘Erasure’ series are premiered in ‘Ecotone’, on view through July 29. The severity and duration of the storms washes away the majority of the artist-made cyanotype chemistry, leaving only feathery white and light blue marks and other residual traces. “Rainfall is one of the first and most noticeable indicators of a shifting climate,” shares Riepenhoff. “In my two homes, I’m seeing both extreme drought (California) and record high rainfall (Washington).” 🌧💦 @MeghannRiepenhoff #MeghannRiepenhoff #Ecotone
‘The Park’ by Japanese photographer Kohei Yoshiyuki is featured in its upcoming release in @nytimes @tmagazine ‘Things Editors Like.’ Contributing Writer Rebecca Bengal describes the “cultishly popular” photographs from the 1970s of “couples (and triples) attempting to clandestinely have sex” in Tokyo’s public parks and how the images fall “somewhere between Brassaï’s Parisians by night, Weegee’s infrared pictures of amorous moviegoers and Sophie Calle’s photographic explorations of surveillance.” Bengal continues: “While seeming to cast a light on secret behavior, they reveal the yearning that exists in voyeurism, the melancholy in desire.” 💏👨❤️👨🌌Co-published by @Radius.Books/Yossi Milo. #KoheiYoshiyuki
The photography and legacy of Ezra Stoller (1915 – 2004, American) are celebrated in the latest story on #ArchitectureBoston. Writer Elin Spring commends the late artist’s “unique ability to visualize the inspirations and ambitions of Modern architecture.” She continues: “Just as Adams popularized landscapes of the American West, Stoller advanced the view of Modernist design as monumental sculpture.” @whatwillyouremember @bsaaia. To read the full article, please visit architects.org/stories. #EzraStoller Images ©️ Ezra Stoller / Esto
“Froath Diva” (2015) by Angela Dufresne is featured in ‘Paint, also known as Blood. Women, Affect, and Desire in Contemporary Painting,’ opening tomorrow at @msn_warszawa in Poland. Curated by Natalia Sielewicz, the exhibition is on view through August 11. #AngelaDufresne #MoMAWarsaw #PartsofPaintings #FreetheNipple 1. “Klaus Kinsky” (2014) 2. “Dorothy Malone, Tarnished Angels” (2014) 3. “Froath Diva” (2015)
Kohei Yoshiyuki: ‘The Park’, a newly designed book jointly published by Radius Books and Yossi Milo, will mark the fortieth anniversary of the series and include eight images from a never-before seen body of work, ‘Remote Islands’, depicting amorous young couples on the volcanic islands of Nii-jima and Shikine-jima. Documentation of ‘Document Koen’, Yoshiyuki’s iconic 1980 photobook, will also be featured in facsimile reproductions. Authors include Vince Aletti, Nobuyoshi Araki and an introduction by Yossi Milo. 🌃 #KoheiYoshiyuki @radiusbooks *** FROM THE INTRODUCTION: “’The Park’ is a unique and inimitable contribution to the annals of Japanese postwar photography, capturing that brief, weird liminal period of the country’s history, its awkward adolescence between the bleak sixties, a decade of loss and defeat, and the eighties, when Japan once again seemed on the verge of ruling the world. Yoshiyuki reveals a hidden city at night, where inside the folds of darkness couples and groups are released from life’s constraints. Clandestine gatherings, onlookers hiding in the bushes, lovers, and those urged to participate are all caught in flagrante by his camera. To look at these photographs is to intrude upon someone else’s secret.”
Loring Knoblauch of #CollectorDaily writes, “In the two years since Meghann Riepenhoff’s last show in New York, the momentum around her work has continued to grow. In 2018, she won a Guggenheim Fellowship, had a monograph published, and continued to refine and extend her working methods. This show brings us up to speed on her progress, and she’s definitely thinking bigger, both literally and figuratively.” Riepenhoff’s solo exhibition #Ecotone is on view through June 22. #MeghannRiepenhoff #Cyanotype
NOW ON VIEW | In ‘ECOTONE’, Meghann Riepenhoff continues her process-based collaborations with nature and revitalization of the cyanotype medium to spectacular effect. Her new manipulations of the format are driven by our relationships to the landscape, images, time, and impermanence, and explore form, place, and scale, with pieces created in unusual waters, or buried in ice and snow. Until June 22. 🌊❄️💦 @meghannriepenhoff #MeghannRiepenhoff #Ecotone #yossimilogallery
The Newark Museum’s ongoing solo exhibition of Matthew Brandt’s latest works features an immersive installation of 100 pieces from his new ‘Eagles’ series, made from silver and glass. Brandt first made photographs in Alaska of American bald eagles in airborne conflict over prey before melting American Silver Eagle coins from the United States Mint and then incorporating the silver into the 19th-century daguerreotype process, in slant commentary on our national political landscape. #MatthewBrandt: ‘Rocks and Eagles’ is on view @NewarkMuseum in NJ, through 2020. 🦅🗿 @PhatBrandt
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