Our newest Feature centers on Eamon Ore-Giron, whose exhibition The Symmetry of Tears is on view at 48 Walker St through June 5. Multiplicity and simultaneity are central to Ore-Giron’s wide-ranging practice. Across his interconnected pursuits in painting, music, and video, he synthesizes formal histories to explore the visual, auditory, and experiential possibilities of cross-cultural influence.
Our latest Feature explores Josiah McElheny's exhibition Libraries, on view at our Lower East Side gallery. In Libraries, McElheny continues his ongoing investigation of ways that concepts of “the infinite” have been translated throughout history into images, and how these pictorial structures connect to societal values of diversity, individuality and interconnectedness.
Michelle Grabner is known for her broad perspective developed as teacher, writer and critic over the past 30 years. In this episode, Michelle Grabner walks viewers through the making of the paintings, wood-panel and ceramic works on view in her latest exhibition at James Cohan, as well as her site-specific installation at the Art Preserve at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, WI.
In this brief interview, watch Naudline Pierre discuss her practice from her Brooklyn studio. Pierre examines the rich imagery of the paintings on view at MoMA PS1 in This Longing Vessel, the three-person capstone exhibition of the 2019–2020 Studio Museum’s Artist Residency program.