SUNDAY FALL @ CHARMOLI CIARMOLI 23 JUNE 2023- 30 JULY
Charmoli Ciarmoli is proud to present the first Solo Exhibition of Manhattan native Sunday Fall. Co curated by KJ Freeman. The tongue in cheek, dark humor mixed media of gouache, acrylics and watercolor works on paper deliver snippets of comedic narrative. Leaning into gestural brushstrokes, heavy layering or generous negative…
PEDAGOGY AS SELF @ HOUSING 9 APRIL 2023–27 MAY 2023
The process of conceptualizing as a self professed prophecy. An examination of object hood in a state of pre action, and how community bolsters this continuous dialogue. While exploring the themes of pedagogy and self mythology this exhibition takes inspiration from Black Mountain College Featuring the work of Vivian Tong…
HENRY TAYLOR: B- SIDE @ MOCA LOS ANGELES 6 NOV2022 — 30 APR 2023
Showing thirty years of painting, drawing, sculpture, and installation, The museum of contemporary art Los Angeles presents Henry Taylor’s art highlighting the living painter’s experimentation and bold spirit. Taylor still lives and works in Los Angeles. He was born in California. His observations occupy portraits and the Black American experience…
“WET DREAM TOMATO” ORGANIZED BY GUNNER DONGIEUX @ 48 HESTER ST, NEW YORK, NY 11 AUGUST — 30 AUGUST 2022
Wet Dream Tomato features works by Gunner Dongieux, Sunday Fall, Alex Leav, Mad Luellen, and Patrick Quinn. Artists in the show examine cultural disconnects- public versus personal perceptions of self, the existence of multiple realities, and blurred lines between truth and myth. …
BEAUFORD DELANY : BE YOUR WONDERFUL SELF @ MICHAEL ROSENFELD 8 SEPTEMBER 2021–23 DECEMBER 2021
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery in New York organized a monumental new show of portraits and abstract paintings by forgotten Black American artist, Beauford Delaney. Delaney was a really fascinating man. He suffered and left behind a beautiful legacy. He’s America’s Vincent van Gogh. A real deal tragic hero artist. But unlike Pollock, or Van Gogh, Delaney doesn't have a real masterpiece to make him a well known name to younger generations.
ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE : INTERIEUR JOUR @ THADDAEUS ROPAC 4 SEPTEMBER 2021–14 OCTOBER 2021
Thaddaeus Ropac Paris presents a new showing of photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe. The black and white portraits of subjects like Patti Smith and Truman Capote is curated by French artist and photographer, Jean-Marc Bustamante.
NATE LOWMAN : MOTHER’S INDIGESTION @ PIECE UNIQUE/ MASSIMO DE CARLO GALLERY PARIS 1 SEPTEMBER 2021–19 SEPTEMBER 2021
Massimo De Carlo in Paris organized a show of new paintings by New York artist Nate Lowman. Along with Dan Colen and Dash Snow, Lowman and friends were dubbed by NYMAG as “Warhol’s children”. The main painting on view, titled, “Frankenstein Vesuvio” is an homage to Warhol, who also painted the historic volcano.