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LISA BECK: Solo exhibition at Galerie Samy Abraham, Paris >link




TRACY MILLER: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, solo exhibition,
5 November–15 December 2013  >link



JUDY LINN: “Joint Project 3,” Nashville, TN, pop-up exhibition organized by Susan Sherrick, 12 & 13 October 2013  >link

JESSE BRANSFORD: Co-organizer, The Occult Humanities Conference: Contemporary Art and Scholarship on the Esoteric Traditions, 18–20 October 2013  >link
Jovanovich, Alex. “Bell, Book, and Candle,” Scene & Herd,, 27 October 2013  >link



JUDY LINN: Gallery Onetwentyeight, New York, “Not Straight – Not So Straight” (group exhibition),
27 September–20 October 2013  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY, “The Animals Look Back at Us”
(group exhibition), 21 September–20 October 2013 (catalogue)  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Art, Design & Arcitecture Museum, University of California at Santa Barbara,
"POP: Politics of Place" (group exhibition), 20 September–21 December 2013  >link

BEN SNEAD: Glyndor Gallery, Wave Hill, New York, "Tandem Pursuits: Armor and Ichthyology" (group exhibition),
15 September–1 December 2013  >link
Hodara, Susan. “‘Tandem Pursuits: Armor and Ichthyology,’ at Glyndor Gallery at Wave Hill in the Bronx,”
New York Times, 19 September 2013  >link

DAVID MORENO: 13th Istanbul Biennial, 14 September–20 October 2013  >link

BEN SNEAD: The Arsenal Gallery, Central Park, New York, “Notched Bodies: Insects in Contemporary Art”
(group show), 13 September–13 November 2013  >link

DAVID DEUTSCH & SAM GORDON (WITH EVE FOWLER): Robert Miller Gallery, New York, "Suddenness & Certainty" (group exhibition), curated by Robert Greene, 12 September–19 October 2013  >link

NANCY SHAVER: Foundation Gallery, Columbia-Greene Community College, Hudson, NY, "Art-Link" (group exhibition),
12 September–11 October 2013  >link

NANCY SHAVER: John Davis Gallery, Hudson, NY, "in place" (solo exhibition), 12 September–5 October 2013  >link

ANDREW MASULLO & CARY SMITH: Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO, "Andrew Masullo and Cary Smith: Recent Work," 12 September–5 October 2013  >link

DOUGLAS MELINI: Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington University, Washington DC,
“Decenter: An Exhibition on the Centenary of the 1913 Armory Show” (group exhibition),
      11 September–20 December 2013  >link

SAM GORDON: The Apartment, Athens, Greece, "Please See American Objects" (group exhibition), curated by Eve Fowler, 8–30 September 2013  >link

CARY SMITH: Minus Space, New York, "Julian Pretto Gallery" (group exhibition), co-organized by John Zinsser,
6 September–26 October 2013  >link

JUDY LINN: SHOWstudio Shop, London, "Punk" (group exhibition), curated by Nick Knight,
5 September–15 October 2013  >link



ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University, KS, “Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art, and Invention” (group exhibition), 21 August–15 December 2013  >link

CARY SMITH: Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, “Ice Water Flyswatter” (group exhibition),
2 August–1 September 2013  >link



DAVID DEUTSCH: Gallery Luisotti, Santa Monica, CA, "The Way We Live Now" (group exhibition),
13 July–7 September 2013
Knight, Christopher. “A ‘Way’ that fully resonates,” Los Angeles Times, 23 August 2013  >link

LISA BECK, BILL KOMOSKI, & B. WURTZ: Martos Gallery, East Marion, NY, "LAT. 41° 7' N., LONG. 72° 19' W"
(group exhibition), curated by Bob Nickas, 13 July–2 September 2013  >link

JOSH PODOLL: Christopher Grimes Gallery, Los Angeles, solo exhibition, 5 July–7 September 2013  >link
Knight, Christopher. “Joshua Podoll at Christopher Grimes Gallery,” Los Angeles Times,
      23 August 2013, D9  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Steve Zevitas Gallery, Boston, "Why Am I So Awkward" (group exhibition),
5 July–24 August 2013  >link
McQuaid, Cate. Review of “Why Am I So Awkward,” Boston Globe, 30 July 2013  >link

TOM OF FINLAND: Stuart Shave/Modern ARt, London, "Tom of Finland: Preliminary Drawings" (solo exhibition),
5 July–10 August 2013  >link



LISA BECK: Galerie Samy Abraham, Paris, "The Shining Path" (group exhibition), 21 June–27 July 2013  >link

NATHANIEL ROBINSON: On Stellar Rays, New York, "No Name" (group exhibition), 20 June–25 July 2013  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, "Ambient" (group exhibition), curated by Tim Griffen,
20 June–26 July 2013  >link

TOM OF FINLAND: Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, "Keep Your Timber Limber (Works on Paper)"
(group exhibition), 19 June–8 September 2013  >link

JERRY PHILLIPS: Butler Center Galleries, Arkansas Studies Institute, Little Rock, AR, "Get a Simple Landscape: Drawings by Jerry Phillips" (solo exhibition), 14 June–29 September 2013  >link

JOHN TORREANO: OK Harris Works of Art, New York, "Illuminators" (group exhibition), 1 June–19 July and
3–7 September 2013  >link

CARY SMITH: Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, "The Goddess" (group exhibition), 1–29 June 2013



DAVID DEUTSCH: Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, "Vues d'en haut" (group exhibition), 17 May–7 October 2013  >link

RICHARD PHILLIPS: Greg Thompson Fine Art, Little Rock, AR, "Best of the South" (group exhibition),
16 May–13 July 2013
Widner, Ellis. “Arkansan's drawings, songs of Vaughan cerebral, lush,” Arkansas Democrat-Gazette,
      7 July 2013

RICHARD KERN: White Flag Projects, Saint Louis, MO, "Coconut Water" (group exhibition), 4 May–15 June 2013  >link
Baran, Jessica. “In the Galleries–‘Coconut Water’ Closes June 15 at White Flag Projects,”,
13 June 2013  >link

KINKE KOOI & DAVID MORENO: Portland Museum of Modern Art, Portland, OR, "Uncontrollable Urge" (group exhibition),
4 May–14 June 2013  >link

SAM GORDON: Printed Matter, New York, Eve Fowler/Sam Gordon" (two-person exhibition),
4–25 May 2013  >link



CARY SMITH: Dan Devening Projects + Editions, Chicago, "Pages, Pages" (group exhibition),
28 April–8 June 2013  >link

MAMIE HOLST: The Boiler, Brooklyn, “seven @ SEVEN 2,” (group exhibition), 28 April–20 May 2013  >link

RICHARD KERN: Galerie Sebastien Bertrand, Geneva, "Richard Kern/Alan Vega" (two-person exhibition),
19 April–1 June 2013  >link

JEFF ONO: Samuel Freeman Gallery, Los Angeles, "Alice Konitz/Pamela Jorden/Jeff Ono" (three-person exhibition),
13 April–18 May 2013  >link

LISA BECK & DAVID SHAW: Jane Kim, New York, "Swing State" (group exhibition), 7 April–5 May 2013

RICHARD KERN: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, "Rated R: Cinema of Transgression by Richard Kern"
(film retrospective, part II), 5 April 2013



RICHARD KERN: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, "Rated R: Cinema of Transgression by Richard Kern"
(film retrospective, part I), 26 March 2013  >link

TYLER VLAHOVICH: Wharton + Espinosa, Los Angeles, “Alice Konitz + Nicolau Vergueiro + Tyler Vlahovich”
(three-person exhibition), 19 March–26 April 2013  >link

DIKE BLAIR & JERRY PHILLIPS: Blondeau & Cie, Geneva, “Works on Paper” (group exhibition),
14 March–13 April 2013  >link

ALEX BROWN: La Galerie du Granit & La Tour 46, Belfort, France, “L’Embarras du choix: La peinture figurative dans les collections du FRAC Franche-Comté” (group exhibition), 9 March–27 May 2013

JUDY LINN is the recipient of a 2013 art award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York

JUDY LINN: American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts,
7 March–14 April 2013  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Discussion with Stewart Brand, David Brower Center, 7 March 2013; in conjunction with the Long Now Foundation  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Mary Boone Gallery, New York, 2 March–27 April 2013  >link
Interview,, 24 April  >link
Heinrich, Will. “Andrew Masullo at Mary Boone Gallery,”, 2 April  >link
Colvin, Rob. “Oddly Warped and Genuinely Thrilling Paintings,”, 17 April 2013  >link
“Hit List: Things We Like,” Modern Painters, April 2013, 31
Drutt, Matthew. “Eye on Art: Paintings and Sculpture,” (video), 18 April 2013  >link
“The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won’t Want to Miss,”,
      14 March 2013  >link



ANDREW MASULLO: Brick Walk Fine Art, West Hartford, CT, “Nonobjective” (group exhibition),
23 February–30 March 2013  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Byrdcliffe Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY, “The Animals Look Back at Us”
(group exhibition), 22 February–31 March 2013 (catalogue)  >link

LISA BECK: Gallery Diet, Miami, “Diamonds, Diamonds” (group exhibition), 20 February–31 March 2013  >link

DOUGLAS MELINI: Abrons Arts Center, Henry Street Settlement, New York, “Decenter: An Exhibition on the Centenary of the 1913 Armory Show” (group exhibition), 17 February–7 April 2013  >link
Haber, John. “Decenter Cannot Hold?”, 5 April 2013  >link
Steinhauer, Jillian. “Tracing a Path from Cubism to Digital Art,”, 2 April 2013  >link

TOM OF FINLAND: Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, New York, “Rare & Raw” (group exhibition),
15 February–31 March 2013  >link

JUDY LINN: Gallery Onetwentyeight, New York, “7Artists” (group exhibition), 13 February–2 March 2013  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: David Brower Center, Berkeley, CA, “Isabella Kirkland and Jeff Long” (two-person exhibition),
7 February–8 May 2013  >link



LISA BECK: Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, “X-tra” (group exhibition), 30 January–3 March 2013  >link

DAVID MORENO: OMR, Mexico City, “Resonancia y Silencio” (solo exhibition), 26 January–16 March 2013  >link

JESSE BRANSFORD: LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University School of the Arts, New York, “Metaphysical Interventions” (group exhibition), 21 January–15 February 2013, curated by Matthew C. Wilson  >link

JESSE BRANSFORD: Galveston Artists Residency, TX, “The Fourth Pyramid” (solo exhibition),
19 January–6 April 2013  >link
Keres, Alana. “The Fourth Pyramid–Galveston Artist Residency,”, 26 March 2013  >link

JOHN TORREANO: Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH, “Dark Matters Everywhere: Paintings, Prints & Sculpture”
(solo exhibition), 18 January–23 March 2013  >link

CARY SMITH: Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, New York, “Paperrazzi2” (group exhibition),
18 January–10 February 2013  >link

MAMIE HOLST: Blondeau & Cie, Geneva, “Hard Hat Benefit Auction and Exhibition” (group exhibition),
17–22 January 2013

NANCY SHAVER: The Artist's Institute, New York, “The Bigger Picture” (group exhibition), curated by Haim Steinbach,
6–27 January 2013  >link




SAM GORDON: Family Business, New York, “Don’t Be a Ham!” (group exhibition),
12 December 2012–13 January 2013, curated by Ari Marcopoulos  >link

LISA BECK: Le Fort du Bruissin Contemporary Art Center, Francheville, Grand Lyon, France, "Endless" (solo exhibition),
8 December 2012–17 March 2013  >link
Morais, Pedro. “Accidents Geometriques,” Les Inrockuptibles, 30 January 2013

JOHN TORREANO: Denver Art Museum, "More Scapes" (group exhibition), curated by Julie Augur,
2 December 2012–31 March 2013  >link

JUDY LINN: Ambach & Rice, Los Angeles, "Lost and Found: Anonymous Photography in Reflection" (group exhibition),
curated by Bob Nickas, 1 December 2012–12 January 2013  >link



JERRY PHILLIPS: Acme, Los Angeles, "About Face" (group exhibition), curated by Daniel Weinberg,
17 November–22 December 2012  >link

SAM GORDON: Strange Loop Gallery, New York, "BGSQD Pop-Up Shop" (group exhibition),
15 November 2012–31 January 2013  >link

LISA BECK: Le Fort du Bruissin Contemporary Art Center, Francheville, Grand Lyon, France, "Endless" (solo exhibition),
8 December 2012–17 March 2013  >link



JESSE BRANSFORD: Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, NY, “The Black Lodge” (group exhibition),
opens 26 October 2012  >link

NATHANIEL ROBINSON: Core Club, New York, “Upstream,” video art program, 23 October 2012;
curated by Grela Orihuela

MAMIE HOLST: Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of NC at Greensboro, “Art on Paper 2012” (group exhibition),
21 October 2012–13 January 2013  >link

JOHN TORREANO: Broadway Windows, New York, “Stars on Broadway!” (solo exhibition),
17 October 2012–2 February 2013  >link

RICHARD REZAC: Laura Mesaros Gallery, Art Museum of West Virginia, Morgantown, WV (solo exhibition),
11 October–6 November 2012 (brochure)  >link

BILL KOMOSKI: Hunter College Times Square Gallery, New York, “Conceptual Abstraction” (group exhibition),
curated by Pepe Karmel and Joachim Pissarro, 5 October–10 November 2012
Cotter, Holland. “Conceptual Abstraction,” New York Times, 1 November  >link

TOM OF FINLAND: Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Project Space, New York, “We the People” (group exhibition),
curated by Alison Gingeras and Jonathan Horowitz, 2 October–9 November 2012  >link



NANCY SHAVER: Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY, “Peekskill Project V: The New Hudson River School,” (group exhibition), 29 September 2012–28 July 2013  >link

SAM GORDON: USC Roski School of Fine Arts, “Fowler/Gordon” (two-person exhibition),
24 September–12 October 2012  >link

KINKE KOOI: Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden, Netherlands, “Pearls” (group exhibition),
16 September 2012–13 January 2013  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York, “Walled Garden” (group exhibiiton) 9 September–21 October 2012  >link

DAVID MORENO: “30th São Paolo Biennial: The Imminence of Poetics,” São Paolo, Brazil, curated by Luis Perez-Oramas, André Severo, and Tobi Maier, 7 September–9 December 2012 (catalogue)  >link

BEN SNEAD: Fish Farm (Brooklyn Snappers), sculptural installation, Two Trees Management Company commission,
Clumbers Corner, Washington and Prospect Streets, Brooklyn, NY; September 2012–September 2013  >link

MAMIE HOLST is the recipient of a 2012 City of Fort Myers Individual Artist Grant



JERRY PHILLIPS: Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock, AR, “Arkansas Contemporary: Selected Fellows from the Arkansas Arts Council,” (group exhibition), 10 August–4 November 2012  >link



Martos Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY, “Creature from the Blue Lagoon" (group exhibition), curated by Bob Nickas,
21 July–3 September 2012  >link
Kazakina, Katya. “Art in the Hamptons,”, 1 August  >link (Beck)
Miller, Michael H. “Bob Nickas Curates Summer Show in Bridgehampton One Last Time,”,
      22 May  >link (Beck)
Russeth, Andrew and Michael H. Miller, “East End? It’s Only Beginning! At Last, the Hamptons Is Attracting Edgy
     Art to Match Its Glitzy Collectors,”, 7 August  >link (Wurtz)
Sutton, Ben. “Martos Gallery Makes for the Hamptons, Filling a Collector’s Beach House With High-Priced
     Hipster Art,”, 3 August  >link (Robinson, Shaver, Wurtz)
Rosenberg, Karen. “Check Out the Gallery in the Freezer: ‘Creature From the Blue Lagoon,’ in Bridgehampton,
     New York Times,
2 August  >link (Komoski, Wurtz)

Venus Over Manhattan, New York, “Bulletin Boards" (group exhibition), curated by White Columns,
opening 20 July 2012  >link

TYLER VLAHOVICH: Taylor De Cordoba, Los Angeles, “Summer Sun” (group exhibition), 14 July–18 August 2012  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Golden Gallery, New York, “WhiteWalls: Writings by Artists 1978–2008” (group exhibition),
13 July–5 August 2012  >link

GINA MAGID: Jason McCoy Gallery, New York, “Paper Band” (group exhibition), 11 July–24 August 2012  >link

SAM GORDON: Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, “B-Out” (group exhibition), curated by Scott Hug,
5 July–18 August 2012  >link

SAM GORDON: A Temporary Space, New York, “Fuel for the Fire” (group exhibition), curated by Dawn Kasper,
5–31 July 2012

RICHARD KERN: Vivacom Art Hall, Sophia, solo exhibition, 5–22 July 2012



LISA BECK, DAVID SHAW, ALAN WIENER: “Thing,” an outdoor sculpture show curated by Susan Jennings, West Cornwall, CT, 30 June–22 July 2012

TOM OF FINLAND: Kulturhuset, Stockholm, “Tom of Finland” (solo exhibition), 28 June–19 August 2012  >link

KINKE KOOI: Museum Boijmans van Beunigen, Rotterdam, “Extravagant, Shameless, Unlimited – New Drawings in the Collection” (group exhibition), 23 June–30 September 2012  >link

TYLER VLAHOVICH: Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, “Formwandler” (group exhibition),
23 June–18 August 2012  >link

LISA BECK: Galerie de Multiples, Paris, “Cancer” (group exhibition), 22 June–22 July 2012  >link

TRACY MILLER: BS Gallery, Iowa City, IA, “Bred and Fed,” a one-night exhibition organized by Mary Grace Wright (a Shoot The Lobster project), 15 June 2012

NAOTO NAKAGAWA: Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, New York “Voices from Japan: Despair and Hope
from Disaster” (group exhibition), 15 June–8 August 2012 (1,000 Portraits of Hope traveled to APIA Gallery, Hyogo Prefecture, 10–14 March 2013; Ishigami No Oka Museum of Art, Iwate Prefecture, 13 April–26 May 2013; Koriyama Hall, Fukushima Prefecture, 20–26 May 2013)  >link
Zaller, Robert. “Nakagawa’s ‘Thousand Portraits of Hope’ in New York,” Broad Street Review, 7 July  >link
Kanno, Miyuki. “New York artist completes 1000 portraits of hope,” Asahi Shimbun, 11 June  >link

DAVID MORENO, NANCY SHAVER, B. WURTZ: James Cohan Gallery, New York, “Everyday Abstract–Abstract Everyday” (group exhibition), curated by Matthew Higgs, 1 June–27 July 2012  >link
Smith, Roberta. “Like Watching Paint Thrive,” New York Times, 29 June  >link



DAVID DEUTSCH: I-20, New York, “Data Trash” (group exhibition), 24 May–14 July 2012  >link

LISA BECK: Galerie Lisa Rutyter, Vienna, Austria, “Looking Through” (solo exhibition), 24 May–30 June 2012  >link
Fessler, Anne Katrin. Review, Der Standard, 20 June  >link

ALAN WIENER: Gridspace, Brooklyn, NY, “Hollow Block” (solo exhibition), 20 May–30 June 2012

RICHARD KERN: Ramiken Crucible, New York, “Ideal Pole” (group exhibition), curated by Bjarne Melgaard,
19 May–8 July 2012  >link

NANCY SHAVER: American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, “Exhibition of Works by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards” (group exhibition), 17 May–10 June 2012  >link

TRACY MILLER: Gallery 151, New York, “Slow Food/Fast Food: East What You Are” (group exhibition),
17 May–28 June 2012

RICHARD KERN: Venus over Manhattan, New York, “À rébours”(group exhibition), 10 May–30 June 2012  >link

GINA MAGID: AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA, “Intramurals” (group exhibition), 3–26 May 2012  >link

SAM GORDON: Interview with Eve Fowler, Bomblog, 1 May 2012  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Field Museum, Chicago, “Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art, and Invention” (group exhibition),
May–December 2012 (travels to The Leonardo, Salt Lake City, UT, January–June 2013)  >link

JUDY LINN: “The Unblinking Judy Linn” by Francine Prose in Aperture, Summer 2012  >link



JESSE BRANSFORD: Observatory, Brooklyn, NY, “Sigils & Signs” (group exhibition), 27 April–17 June 2012  >link

B. WURTZ: Royal/T, Culver City, CA, “The Art of Cooking” (group exhibition), curated by Hanne Mugaas,
27 April–1 August 2012  >link

RICHARD REZAC: Winkleman Gallery, New York, “Loughelton Revisited” (group exhibition), 27 April–26 May 2012  >link

JESSE BRANSFORD: Interview with Kari Adelaide, Huffington Post, 24 April 2012  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Interview in, 23 April 2012  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Brick Walk, Hartford, CT, solo exhibition, 21 April–26 May 2012
Dunne, Susan. “‘Non-Objective’ Artist Andrew Masullo at Brick Walk Fine Art,” Hartford Courant,
     22 April 2012 >link

DIKE BLAIR: Fundación/Colección Jumex, Ecatepec de Morelos, Mexico, “Poule!” (group exhibition),
20 April–14 September 2012 (catalogue)  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Gagosian Gallery, Paris, “Micro Mania” (group exhibition), 18 April–31 May 2012  >link

TOM OF FINLAND: World Erotic Art Museum, Miami Beach, FL, “Male Masterworks” (solo exhibition),
14 April–31 July 2012

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Wave Hill Glyndor Gallery, Bronx, NY, “Tending toward the Untamed: Artists Respond to the Wild Garden” (group exhibition), 3 April–19 August 2012  >link

LISA BECK: La Salle des Bains, Lyon, France, “Tell the Children” (group exhibition), 3 April–9 June 2012  >link



SAM GORDON: The Mandrake, Los Angeles, “24 Hours in Los Angeles” (screening), 29 & 30 March 2012  >link

RICHARD KERN: Galerie Jousse Entreprise/Art Contemporain, Paris, “Richard Kern: Recent Works & Vintages”
solo exhibition, opening 17 March 2012  >link

RICHARD KERN: La Cinémathèque française, Paris, “Richard Kern: 2 Programs” (screening), 16 March 2012  >link

NANCY SHAVER & B. WURTZ: National Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, “Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts”
(group exhibition), 11 March–11 April 2012  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Whitney Museum of Amercian Art, New York, 2012 Whitney Biennial, (group exhibition),
1 March–27 May 2012 (catalogue)  >link
Heinrich, Will. “Post-Post-Millennial: The New Museum Triennial and the Whitney Biennial,,
     28 February  >link
Birks, Kimberlie. “Flashlights in our hands: the Whitney 2012 Biennial,”, 8 March  >link
Aaronson, Xavier. “No Fluff in Their Stuff: Museum Guards Review the Whitney Biennial,”,
     5 April 2012  >link    
Yau, John. “Without Elaboration (Part 2),”, 25 March 2012  >link
Finch, Charlie. “Romper Room,”, 23 March 2012  >link
Kino, Carol. “Painting by Numbers, to Whitney Biennial,” New York Times, 25 March 2012,
     AR21 (reproductions)  >link
Michel, Karen. “Whitney’s 2012 Biennial Exhibit Parts with the Past,”, 3 March 2012
     (reproduction only)  >link
McGarry, Kevin. “Out There: Live From the Whitney Biennial,” The New York Times Style Magazine Blog,
    2 March 2012  >link
Smith, Roberta. “A Survey of a Different Color,” New York Times, 2 March 2012, C21  >link
Hirst, Arlene. “The Whitney Biennial Opens Today in New York,” DesignWire, 1 March 2012
     (reproduction only)  >link
Viveros-Faune, Christian. “The Whitney Biennial 2012—Caution: Dead End,” Village Voice,
     7 March 2012 (reproduction only)  >link
Gordon, Amanda. “Scene Last Night at Whitney Biennial: Arnold Neidich, Close,”,
     29 February 2012  >link
Bischoff, Dan. “On Art: Andrew Masullo at the Whitney Biennial,” New Jersey Star-Ledger, 8 March 2012  >link
“Multicolored Melange,” Time, 19 March 2012, 48 (reproduction)
Chayka, Kyle. “A Biennial Scorecard,”, 28 February 2012  >link
Vogel, Carol. “Biennial Tweaks Its Boundaries,” New York Times, 17 February 2012, C25–26 (reproduction)  >link
Loos, Ted. “On the Move: The Whitney Biennial Promises Nonstop Action,” Vogue, March 2012, 470
     (reproduction only)  >link



KINKE KOOI: Institut Néerlandais, Paris, “Contemporary Surrealist Drawings from the Collection of the Museum Boijmans Van Beunigen” (group exhibition), 29 February–13 May 2012  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN, “Lifelike” (group exhibition), 25 February–27 May 2012,
curated by Siri Enberg (catalogue) >link

JUDY LINN: Dubois Gallery, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, “Patti Smith, 1969 – 1976: Photographs by Judy Linn,”
solo exhibition, 20 February–25 May 2012
Bentley, Tiffany. “‘Patti Smith, 1969 – 1976, Photographs by Judy Linn’ Exhibit at Lehigh University Shows a Vulnerable Side of the Poetic Icon,” Lehigh Valley Express-Times, 20 February 2012  >link

RICHARD KERN: KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, “You Killed Me First: The Cinema of Transgression,”
19 February–19 April 2012  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Galerija Contra, Koper, Slovenia, “A. Abstr-action” (group exhibition),
16 February–15 April 2012
“Abstrakcija z druge strain Atlantika,” Primorske Novice, 8 May 2012

NAOTO NAKAGAWA & JOHN TORREANO: Sidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, New York, “Reinventing Landscape”
(group exhibition), 16 February–30 March 2012  >link

MAMIE HOLST: Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland, “The Old, the New, the Different” (group exhibition),
4 February–25 March 2012  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, solo exhibition, 1–25 February 2012  >link
Bay Area Arts Picks, San Francisco Chronicle, 23 February 2012, F3 >link



DAVID SHAW: Galleria Enrico Astuni, Bologna, Italy, “I’d Like to Walk on the Moon” (group exhibition),
28 January–30 April 2012  >link

JUDY LINN: Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Ferndale, MI, “Brad Iverson, Judy Linn, Vera Lutter, Bill Rauhauser, Steve Shaw,”
28 January–10 March 2012  >link

SAM GORDON: Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, “In Numbers: Serial Publications by Artists Since 1955”
(group exhibition), 25 January–25 March 2012  >link

MAMIE HOLST: Pannell Gallery, Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA, “This Green Earth: Landscapes from the Permanent Collection” (group exhibition), 20 January–1 April 2012  >link

BEN SNEAD: Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, “Paperazzi” (group exhibition), 13 January–12 February 2012  >link

CARY SMITH: Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, “Grey Full” (group exhibition), curated by Geoffrey Young,
13 January–11 February 2012  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, “Twee Abstraction” (group exhibition),
6–27 January 2012  >link





TOM OF FINLAND: The Berkeley Art Museum has accessioned a preliminary drawing by Tom of Finland, donated by the Tom of Finland Foundation and Feature Inc.  >link

RICHARD REZAC: Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York, “You Would” (group exhibition),
15 December 2011–31 January 2012  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Galleria Alessandro De March, Milan, “Marua Biava, Dike Blair: Scintillascopy” (two-person exhibition),
2 December 2011–14 January 2012  >link

SAM GORDON: Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, UK, “2HB: What We Make with Words” (group exhibition),
1 –17 December 2011  >link



ANDREW MASULLO: Texas Gallery, Houston, “Andrew Masullo, Stephen Mueller, Thomas Nozkowski, Alan Shields, Peter Young,” 29 November–31 December 2011  >link

B. WURTZ: Moderna Museet, Stockholm, “Moment – Ynglingagatan 1” (group exhibition),
26 November 2011–22 January 2012  >link

TOM OF FINLAND: Alex Zachary Peter Currie, New York, “Happy Holidays! Drawings!” (group exhibition),
25 November–23 December 2011  >link

B. WURTZ: Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin, “Antic Measures” (group exhibition), curated by Chris Sharp,
19 November 2011–21 January 2012  >link
Khazam, Rahma. “Antic Measures,”, Critics’ Picks, 5 Janurary 2012  >link
Prince, Mark. “Antic Measures,” Frieze, December 2011  >link
Reber, Simone. “Antic Measures,”, 22 December 2012  >link

RICHARD KERN: Bullet Space, New York, “MOB” (group exhibition), 18 November–21 December 2011  >link

B. WURTZ: Zürcher Studio, New York, “Underemployed” (group exhibition), curated by Josh Blackwell,
15 November 2011–22 January 2012  >link

NATHANIEL ROBINSON: TCB art inc., Melbourne, Australia, “If Loss Could Weigh” (group exhibition),
2–19 November 2011  >link



ANDREW MASULLO: Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston, solo exhibition, 20 October–3 December 2011  >link

Bani, Nuit. Review, Artforum, February 2012, 232 (reproduction)
Miller, Francine Koslow. Review, Art in America, 20 February 2012, 117 (reproduction)  >link
McQuaid, Cate. Review, Boston Globe, 16 November 2011  >link
Cook, Greg. Review,, posted 17 November 2011  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, “Global Flora: Botanical Imagery and Exploration” (group exhibition), 19 October 2011–15 January 2012  >link

SAM GORDON & JEFF ONO: ACP @ Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA, “My head is falling out so I’m standing on my stomach” (group exhibition), 8 October 2011–22 January 2012  >link

TYLER VLAHOVICH: WPA, Los Angeles, solo exhibition, 8–30 October 2011  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Redding, CA, “The Age of Wonder: Artists Engaged with the Natural World” (group exhibition), 1 October–31 December 2011  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas, “Forrest Bess: 100 Years” (group exhibition), 1–23 October 2011  >link
Simek, Lucia. “‘Forrest Bess 100 Years’ at Kirk Hopper,”, posted 17 October 2011  >link

MAMIE HOLST is the recipient of a 2011 City of Fort Myers Individual Artist Grant



NATHANIEL ROBINSON: A+D Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago, “Color: Fully Engaged” (group exhibition),
29 September–5 November 2011  >link

GINA MAGID: Churner and Churner, New York, “So Different, So Appealing” (group exhibition), organized by Rachel Churner and Ryan Steadman, 27 September –17 December 2011  >link

RICHARD KERN: Anthology Film Archives, New York, “Richard Kern” (screening), 23 –24 September 2011  >link

KINKE KOOI: Witzenhausen Gallery, New York, “Facing the Abyss” (group exhibition), curated by Roland Schimmel,
22 September –22 October 2011  >link

RICHARD KERN: Maccarone, New York, “After Shelley Duvall ’72 (Frogs on the High Line)” (group exhibition),
curated by Bjarne Melgaard, 17 September–22 October 2011  >link

Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, “brainbodygame” (group exhibition), curated by Hudson,
     16 September–22 October 2011  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, “Assembly” (group exhibition),
16 September–22 October 2011  >link

BEN SNEAD: Dieu Donne, New York, “35th Anniversary Exhibition” (group exhibition), curated by Lilly Wei,
15 September–6 October 2011  >link

RICHARD REZAC: Twig Gallery, Brussels, solo exhibition, 10 September–22 October 2011  >link

MAMIE HOLST: Manoir de la Ville de Martigny, Switzerland, “Adventures, reflections, and ambushes”
(group exhibition), curated by Balthazar Lovay, 4 September–16 October 2011  >link

JUDY LINN: White Trash Contemporary, Hamburg, “Judy Linn: Patti Smith 1969–1976,” opens 2 September 2011  >link

RICHARD KERN: Roger Bjorkholmen, Stockholm, solo exhibition, opens in September 2011  >link



DAVID DEUTSCH: Artblogartblog, New York, “Snowclones,” (group exhibition), curated by Benjamin King and
Rob Nadeau, 4–13 August 2011  >link



ALEX BROWN & TRACY MILLER: Sioux City Art Center, IA, “Sioux City Art Center’s Legacy Collection Exhibition II”
(group exhibition), 30 July–27 November 2011  >link

CARY SMITH: Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, “Major Grey” (group exhibition),
30 July–27 Augurst 2011  >link

MAMIE HOLST: Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, “Chain Letter,” (group exhibition), curated by Christian Cummings & Doug Harvey; 23 July–25 August 2011  >link

DAVID SHAW: Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, “Material Deposits” (group exhibition),
15 July–18 September 2011  >link

LISA BECK, BILL KOMOSKI, B. WURTZ: Martos Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY, “The 2011 Bridgehampton Biennial”
(group exhibition), organized by Bob Nickas, 9 July–5 September 2011  >link
Indrisek, Scott. “The Pleasures of the Prosaic at the Bridgehampton Biennial,” Modern Painters,
     posted 15 August 2011  >link
Rosenberg, Karen. “All Nooks, Crannies, Bedrooms and Trees Are Backdrops for Art,” New York Times,
     7 August 2011 (reproductions)  >link
Michael H. “So Long, Chelsea! Bob Nickas to Liven Up the Art World this Summer with Bridgehampton Biennial,”
     New York Observer, 1 July 2011  >link
Miller, Michael H. “Learning from Bridgehampton,” New York Observer, 12 July 2011  >link



ANDREW MASULLO: Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, “Channel to the New Image” 30 June–5 August 2011  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, “Katherine Bernhardt, Alfred Jensen, Chris Johanson,
Chris Martin, Andrew Masullo, Judith Scott” (group exhibition), 30 June–5 August 2011  >link
Smith, Roberta. “Smith, Roberta. “Katherine Bernhardt, Alfred Jensen, Chris Johanson, Chris Martin,
     Andrew Masullo, and Judith Scott,” New York Times, 15 July, C23  >link

TOM OF FINLAND: PHD Gallery, St. Louis, MO, “Tom of Finland, Original Drawings” (solo exhibition),
25 June–6 August 2011  >link

B. WURTZ: Metro Pictures, New York, solo exhibition, 22 June–12 August 2011  >link
Baker, R.C. “The Best NYC Art Shows of 2011,” Village Voice, 28 December2011  >link
Smith, Roberta. “Substance and Spectacle,” New York Times, 16 December 2011  >link
Smith, Roberta. “Best of 2011,” New York Times, 16 December 2011 (slide show)  >link
Levin, Kim. Review, Artnews, November 2011
Reisman, David. Review, Frieze, October 2011  >link
Wilson, Siona. Review, ArtReview, October 2011
Neustein, Andrea. Review, Flash Art, October 2011
Turvey, Lisa. Artforum, October 2011
MacQueen, Kathleen. “Shifting Connections: Summer Shorts,” BOMBlog, 2 September 2011  >link
Smith, Roberta. “An Artist Who Makes Much Out of Very Little,” New York Times, 1 July 2011, C23  >link
Kimball, Whitney. “B. Wurtz: Works at Metro Pictures,”, 29 June 2011  >link
Sterns, Jamie. “B. Wurtz, 1970–2011—Metro Pictures,” Ya Ya Ya, 27 June 2011  >link
Baker, R.C. “Best in Show: B. Wurtz at Metro Pictures,” Village Voice, 6 July 2011  >link
Wilson, Michael. “B. Wurtz and Peter Nadin Prove It’s Easy Being Green,” New York Observer, 5 July 2011  >link
Barliant, Claire. “Review: B. Wurtz, ‘Works 1970–2011,’” Time Out New York, 5 July 2011  >link
Indrisek, Scott. “Simple Quirks: B. Wurtz Gets Appreciated,” Modern Painters, Summer 2011, 21
McClemont, Doug. “Dough McClemont’s Top Ten New York Shows in July,” Saatchi Online Magazine,
     13 July 2011  >link
Miranda, Carolina A. “This Week: Must-See Arts in the City,” WNYC Culture, 23 June 2011 >link
Esplund, Lance. Review, Wall Street Journal, 23 July 2011

B. WURTZ: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, “Pandora’s Box: Joseph Cornell Unlocks the MCA Collection”
(group exhibition), 18 June–16 October 2011  >link

CARY SMITH: LACE, Los Angeles, “Unfinished Paintings” (group exhibition), curated by Kristin Calabrese and Joshua Aster, 16 June–28 August 2011  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO, “Jim Schmidt Presents: Abstraction”
10 June–30 July 2011  >link

DAVID SHAW: Galleria Enrico Astuni, Bologne, Italy, “Museums, Galleries, Homes and Other Stories” (group exhibition),
10 June–20 November 2011  >link

ALEX BROWN: BravinLee Programs, New York, “Chuck Close, Alex Brown, Fabian Marcaccio, Thomas Nozkowski,”
7 June–29 July 2011  >link

TOM OF FINLAND: Galerie Mooi-Man, Groningen, Netherlands, “Tom of Finland and Mates” (group exhibition),
5 June–4 September 2011  >link

JUDY LINN: Gallery Onetwentyeight, New York, “We_Marry_Cars” (group exhibition), 1–18 June 2011  >link



KEVIN WOLFF: Francis Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY,
“Melt” (group exhibition), 28 May–18 September 2011  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Gagosian Gallery, Rome, “Made in Italy” (group exhibition), 27 May–29 June 2011, curated by Mario Codognato (catalogue)  >link

LISA BECK & NATHANIEL ROBINSON: Martos Gallery, New York, “We Regret To Inform You There Is Currently No Space or Place for Abstract Painting” (group exhibition), 19 May–18 June 2011  >link

CARY SMITH: Devening Projects + Editions, Chicago, “New Paper Works” (group exhibition),
14 May–11 June 2011  >link
Viera, Lauren. “Digital bits with real bite,” Chicago Tribune, 9 June 2011  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, “Andrew Masullo/Recent Paintings” (solo exhibition),
7 May–18 June 2011  >link

TRACY MILLER: Lemberg Gallery, Ferndale, MI, “Feast” (group exhibition), 7 May–18 June 2011  >link

B. WURTZ: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, “Building Blocks: Contemporary Works from the Collection” (group exhibition), 6 May 2011–25 March 2012  >link

RICHARD REZAC & B. WURTZ: Michelle Grabner/Brad Killam home, Oak Park, IL,“Two Fold” (group exhibition),
curated by Colleen Asper & Ethan Greenbaum; 1 May–5 July 2011  >link



ANDREW MASULLO is the recipient of a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship

DAVID DEUTSCH: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, “Night Vision: Photography After Dark” (group exhibition)
26 April–18 September 2011  >link
Schwendener, Martha. “What Photographers Saw After Sunset,” New York Times, 25 April 2011  >link
“Night Vision: Photography After Dark,” Goings On About Town: Art, New Yorker, 11 May 2011  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Sam Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, “Cries & Whispers” (group exhibition), 23 April–4 June 2011  >link

DAVID SHAW: HL23, New York, “Off Modern” installation of contemporary art curated by Sandra Antela-Suarez and Sara Meltzer, 11 April–15 June 2011  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Speaker, “Biodiversity in Four Dimensions” symposium, Stanford University, 8 April 2011 >link

JUDY LINN: “Who Shot Rock” travels to Columbia Museum of Art, SC (7 April–29 May 2011); Birmingham Museum of Art, AL; Tucson Museum of Art, AZ; Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles

TOM OF FINLAND: ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, “Never Alone: A Look at Tom and His Friends” (group exhibition), 2 April–26 June 2011  >link

DAVID DEUTSCH: Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY, “Nothing Real” (solo exhibition), 1 April–8 May 2011  >link
Goings on About Town, New Yorker, 18 April 2011  >link
Schultz, Charles. “David Deutsch, Nothing Real,Brooklyn Rail, June 2011  >link

ANONYMOUS ARTISTS FROM RAJASTHAN: The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin, will present
“Shiva Linga Paintings” a show of tantric images borrowed from Feature Inc., 1 April–1 June 2011  >link

MAI BRAUN: Compact, San Luis Obispo, CA, “Mai Braun–Double-Flat” (solo exhibition), 1–30 April 2011  >link



BEN SNEAD: R Gallery, San Antonio, TX, one-day solo exhibition, 26 March 2011 >link

JUDY LINN: White Columns, New York, “Update #2” (group exhibition), 15 March–16 April 2011  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Tibor de Nagy, New York, “Object/Image” (group exhibition), 10 March–16 April 2011  >link

LISA BECK: Theodore:Art, New York, “Lisa Beck / Philippe Richard,” 5 March–3 April 2011  >link

DAVID SHAW: Telfair Museums, Jepson Center, Savannah, GA, “Psychedelic: Optical and Visionary Art Since the 1960s”
(group exhibition), organized by the San Antonio Museum of Art, 3 March–29 May 2011  >link

TRACY MILLER: Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ, “Threads of Continuity” (group exhibition), 1–26 March 2011

JUDY LINN: Publication of Patti Smith 1969–1976: Photographs by Judy Linn, Abrams Image, New York; 1 March 2011
Frank, Alex. “Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe's Undeniable Style,” Fader, posted 25 February 2011
     (reproductions)  >link
Als, Hilton. “Girls Together,” The Book Bench, Blogs,; posted 4 April 2011  >link
Matutschovsky, Natalie. “Patti Smith: Photographer’s Muse,”, 26 April 2011  >link



TODD KNOPKE & B. WURTZ: Zürcher Studio, New York, “Salon Zürcher,” 28 February–6 March 2011 >link
Rosenberg, Karen. Review of “Salon Zürcher,” New York Times, 4 March 2011, C25  >link

TYLER VLAHOVICH: Twig Gallery, Brussels, solo exhibition, 24 February–2 April 2011  >link

KINKE KOOI: PrintRoom, Rotterdam, “Special Edition” (group exhibition), 10 February–19 March 2011  >link

JESSE BRANSFORD & JOHN TORREANO: New York Academy of Art, New York, “Put Up or Shut Up” (group exhibition), 10 February–6 March 2011  >link

B. WURTZ:, “The Potential of Twist Ties Remains Elusive,” an online group exhibition curated by
Jo-ey Tang, ongoing  >link



MAMIE HOLST: Space 39 Gallery, Fort Myers, FL, “The Global Warming Art Report” (group exhibition), curated by Lily Hatchett, 30–31 January 2010  >link

DAVID SHAW: Rotunda Gallery, New York, “A Strange Alchemy” (group exhibition), curated by Persis Singh,
19 January–26 February 2011  >link

TOM OF FINLAND: Logomo Exhibition Center, Turku, Finland, “Tom’s Coming Home! Tom of Finland Retrospective,”
16 January–18 December 2011

ALEX BROWN: Twig Gallery, Brussels, “Free. Dumb.” (solo exhibition), 14 January–19 February 2011  >link





JOHN TORREANO: New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ, “I Am the Cosmos” (group exhibition), curated by Sara Lynn Henry, 4 December 2010–29 May 2011  >link

MAMIE HOLST is the recipient of a 2010 Wynn Newhouse Award



LISA BECK: • Gallery, Vienna, “Pull My Daisy” (group exhibition), 19 November 2010–8 January 2011  >link

B. WURTZ: U•turn Art Space, Cincinnati, OH, “Stuff Art” (group exhibition), 5–27 November 2010  >link



LISA BECK & MAMIE HOLST: NP Contemporary Art Center, New York, “Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Hair” (group exhibition), 28 October–5 December 2010  >link

NANCY SHAVER: The High Line, New York, “Francis Cape – The Other End of the Line” (group exhibition component,
curated by Ian Berry), 22 October–21 November 2010  >link

CARY SMITH: Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT, “We Are the Dollars and Cents” (solo exhibition),
21 October–12 December 2010  >link

RICHARD KERN & B. WURTZ: The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, “Salad Days” (group exhibition),
21 October–15 December 2010

DAVID SHAW: Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY, “Psychedelic: Optical and Visionary Art Since the 1960s”
(group exhibition), organized by the San Antonio Museum of Art, 17 October 2010–2 January 2011  >link

RICHARD REZAC: Paul Kotula Projects, Ferndale, MI, “Heather McGill, Richard Rezac, James Shosbree,”
1 October–27 November 2010  >link



JESSE BRANSFORD: Brooklyn Academy of Music, NY, “Next Wave Art” (group exhibition), curated by Dan Cameron,
21 September–19 December 2010  >link

The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs, NY, “The Jewel Thief”
     (group exhibition), curated by Ian Berry and Jessica Stockholder, 18 September 2010–27 February 2011  >link
Cotter, Holland. “New Sparkle for an Abstract Ensemble,” New York Times, 7 January 2011, C25  >link

TRACY MILLER: Hampden Gallery, UMASS, Amherst, MA, “Sweetness and Light” (group exhibition),
19 September–14 October 2010  >link

JOSH PODOLL: Torrance Art Museum, CA, “Baker's Dozen” (group exhibition), curated by Max Presneill,
18 September–6 November 2010  >link

NATHANIEL ROBINSON: Twig Gallery, Brussels, “Civil Twilight” (solo exhibition), 11 September–30 October 2010  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Gagosian Gallery, New York, solo exhibition, 11 September–30 October 2010  >link
Fry, Naomi. “Dike Blair,” Frieze, November–December 2010

JOHN TORREANO: “One and Three Quarters of an Inch,” a one-week group exhibition at the former Convent at St. Cecelia’s Parish, Brooklyn, curated by Peter Clough, 11–18 September 2010

JOSH PODOLL: Ping Pong Gallery, San Francisco, “New Work” (solo exhibition), 9 September–15 October 2010  >link

BILL KOMOSKI: Las Cienegas Projects, Los Angeles, “Assemblage” (group exhibition), 4 September–2 October 2010 >link

DAVID SHAW: Dorsch Gallery, Miami, “Bubble Raft” (group exhibition), 1 September–2 October 2010  >link



RICHARD REZAC: Devening Projects + Editions, Chicago, “Kabinett 1 + 2: Richard Rezac and Gary Stephan,”
29 August–16 October 2010  >link

GINA MAGID: 560 Broadway, New York, “New Paintings,” a two-day group exhibition curated by Renee Bovenzi,
21 & 22 August 2010  >link

BILL KOMOSKI: Jose Martos, Sagaponack, NY, “Wait For Me at the Bottom of the Pool” (group exhibition),
organized by Bob Nickas, 14 August–12 September 2010  >link

JERRY PHILLIPS is the recipient of a State of Arkansas Individual Artist Fellowship



TYLER VLAHOVICH: WPA, Los Angeles, “Swap Thing” (group exhibition), 30 July–7 August 2010  >link

BEN SNEAD: New York Transit Museum, Brooklyn, “Inspiring Spaces: 25 Years of MTA Arts for Transit” (group exhibition), 27 July–31 October 2010  >link

NANCY SHAVER: Leo Koenig Inc., New York, “Long Long Gone” (group exhibition), 9 July–21 August 2010  >link

DIKE BLAIR: The Hogar Collection, Brooklyn, “Lateralisms” (group exhibition), curated by Matt Wycoff,
9 July–8 August 2010  >link
Vartanian, Hrag. “Minimalism’s Lateral Move at the Hogar Collection,”,
      7 August 2010  >link
McDade, Jackson. “Minimalism Sideways,”, 24 July 2010  >link

LISA BECK & KINKE KOOI: Tracy Williams Ltd., New York, “Daniel Hesidence Curates” (group exhibition),
9 July–6 August 2010  >link
Smith, Roberta. “Varieties of Abstraction,” New York Times, 6 August 2010, C21  >link

LISA BECK: Bell Street Project Space, Vienna, “Lisa Beck / Olivier Mosset,” curated by Lisa Ruyter,
2–31 July 2010  >link

BILL KOMOSKI: Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, “Swell” (group exhibition), curated by Jacqueline Miro,
1–30 July 2010  >link

SAM GORDON: Altman Siegel Gallery,San Francisco, “They Knew What They Wanted” (group exhibition),
     in collaboration with Fraenkel Gallery, John Berggruen, and Ratio 3, curated by Shannon Ebner,
     July–August 2010  >link
Osborne, Mike. “They Knew What They Wanted,” Art Lies, No. 67  >link



JUDY LINN: Museum 52, New York, “Seat-Of-The-Pants” (group exhibition), 30 June–30 July 2010  >link

GINA MAGID: Invisible Exports, New York, “Lush Life 3: First Bird (A Few Butterflies)” (group exhibition),
curated by Franklin Evans and Omar Lopez-Chahoud, 25 June–31 July 2010  >link
Cotter, Holland. “Lower East Side Tale, Refracted Nine Times,” New York Times, 8 July 2010  >link

Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, “Wall-to-Wall” (group exhibition), 5 June–14 August 2010  >link

B.WURTZ: The Notary Public, New York, “S(l)umm(er)ing on Madison Avenue” (group exhibition),
5 June–11 September 2010  >link

RICHARD KERN & JUDY LINN: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center, New York,
“The Tattoo Show” (group exhibition), curated by Kathleen Cullen, 3 June–7 September 2010  >link



B. WURTZ: The Apartment, Vancouver, solo exhibition, 24 May–10 August 2010  >link
Peck, Aaron. Review,, Critic's Picks, Summer 2010  >link

RICHARD KERN: Kenny Schachter Rove, London, “Shot by Kern” (solo exhibition), 21 May–26 June 2010  >link

JUDY LINN: Kimmerich, New York, “The Page” (group exhibition), curated by John Stezaker and Matthew Higgs,
20 May–16 July 2010  >link

ALEX BROWN: BFAS/Blondeau Fine Art Services, Geneva, solo exhibition, 20 May–17 July 2010  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Ferndale, MI, “Who Loves the Sun” (group exhibition),
8 May–19 June 2010  >link

JOHN TORREANO: 7Eleven Gallery, New York, “Make Yourself at Home” (group exhibition), 6 May–6 June 2010

CARY SMITH is the recipient of a Connecticut Commission on the Arts Grant



RICHARD KERN: Kaune, Sudendorf, Cologne, solo exhibition, 22 April–31 July 2010  >link

JEFF ONO: Galerie Bertrand & Gruner, Geneva, “Something Left Undone” (group exhibition), 15 April–5 June 2010  >link

B. WURTZ: Renwick Gallery, New York, “The Same Sight Slighter” (group exhibition), 10 April–15 May 2010  >link
Smith, Roberta. “Same Sight Slighter,” New York Times, 13 May 2010  >link

B. WURTZ: FiveMyles, Brooklyn, “Mean and Sneaking” (group exhibition), curated by Vicki Sher,
1 April–2 May 2010  >link

KINKE KOOI: Nest, Den Haag, Netherlands, “Down To Earth” (group exhibition), 1 April 2010  >link

NANCY SHAVER is the recipient of a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship

DIKE BLAIR is the recipient of a Rome Prize



LISA BECK: FOLEYgallery, New York, “Townie” (group exhibition), curated by Carl D’Alvia & Michael Foley,
25 March–24 April 2010  >link

LISA BECK: Le Musée des Beaux Artes, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, “Portrait de l’artiste en motocycliste”
(group exhibition), 21 March–12 September 2010  >link

TYLER VLAHOVICH: John Tevis Gallery, Paris, solo exhibition, 20 March–24 April 2010  >link

DAVID SHAW: Christopher Henry Gallery, New York, “Friends in High Places” (group exhibition),
12 March–18 April 2010  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: American Academy of Arts and Letters, “Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts” (group exhibition),
9 March–11 April 2010  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Leo Koenig Inc., New York, “Self-Fulfilling Prophecies” (group exhibition), 4 March–10 April 2010  >link

RICHARD BLOES is the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant



KINKE KOOI: Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL, “Think Pink” (group exhibition), curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody,
13 February–20 March 2010  >link

DAVOR VRANKIC: Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia, “Let Me Make You Real” (solo exhibition),
10 February–2 March 2010  >link

RICHARD REZAC: Boston University Art Gallery, “The Shape of Abstraction” (group exhibition),
4 February–28 March 2010  >link



KINKE KOOI: “Ontmoeting #3: Never a Day Without Lines,” De Ketel Factory, Schiedam, Netherlands,
31 January–21 March 2010  >link

SAM GORDON curates “This Is a Performance,” a group exhibition, for Artist Curated Projects, Los Angeles,
24 January–21 February 2010  >link

MAMIE HOLST & JERRY PHILLIPS: Hard Hat, Geneva, “Studiolo” (group exhibition), curated by Marc Blondeau and Philippe Davet, 21 January–22 February 2010  >link

JESSE BRANSFORD: Observatory, Brooklyn, “Vision Quest” (group exhibition), curated by Pam Grossman,
16 January–21 February 2010  >link

JOSH PODOLL: Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, solo exhibition, 16 January–27 February 2010  >link

RICHARD REZAC: Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, solo exhibition, 8 January–13 February 2010  >link
Ise, Claudine. “A Q & A with Richard Rezac,” Bad at, 25 January 2010  >link
Ise, Claudine. Review,, February 2010

ALAN WIENER: Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, “The Rule of Typical Things” (group exhibition),
7 January–13 February 2010  >link

JOSH PODOLL: Circus Gallery, Los Angeles, “You Can Heal Your Life!” (group exhibition), curated by Emma Gray,
7 January–6 February 2010  >link
Shaw, Michael. “A Search for Healing in Twenty Ten,”, posted 29 January 2010  >link

DAVOR VRANKIC: Gallery of Fine Arts, Osijek, Croatia, “Let Me Make You Real” (solo exhibition),
7–28 January 2010  >link




JUDY LINN is the recipient of a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award in Photography

JESSE BRANSFORD: “Art at Straus: NYU Steinhardt Artists at the Joseph and Gwendolyn Straus Institute
for the Advanced Study of Law & Justice,” New York, curated by Nancy Barton and Michael Cohen,
     opens 3 December 2009 (ongoing)



DANIEL HESIDENCE & DAVID SHAW: Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, “(untitled 2009)” (group exhibition),
30 November 2009–5 January 2010  >link

B. WURTZ: Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA, “Exposed Terrain” (group exhibition),
curated by Amra Brooks, 18 November–18 December 2009  >link

JEFF ONO: PHIL, Los Angeles, “The Newest” (group exhibition), 14 November 2009–9 January 2010  >link
Pagel, David. Review of “The Newest,” Los Angeles Times, 18 December 2009  >link

MAMIE HOLST: Gresham’s Ghost (third location), New York, “Cave Painting: Installment #2” (group exhibition),
organized by Bob Nickas, 7 November–4 December 2009  >link

RICHARD KERN: Guidi & Schoen Arte Contemporanea, Genoa, Italy, solo exhibition,
7 November–7 December 2009  >link

SAM GORDON: Fortune Cookie Projects, Artspace @ Helutrans, Singapore, “New Work New York” (group exhibition), 7–28 November 2009  >link

RICHARD KERN: Galerie Bertrand & Gruner, Geneva, solo exhibition, 5 November–19 December 2009  >link

DAVOR VRANKIC: Galerija Kranjcar, Zagreb, “Let Me Make You Real” (solo exhibition), 4–21 November 2009   



RICHARD KERN & JUDY LINN: Brooklyn Museum, New York, “Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History,
1955 to the Present” (group exhibition), Brooklyn Museum, NY, 30 October 2009–31 January 2010 (traveled to
Worcester Art Museum, MA; Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, TN; Akron Art Museum, OH; Columbia Museum
of Art, SC; Birmingham Museum of Art, AL; Tucson Museum of Art, AZ; Allentown Art Museum, PA; The Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles; Auckland Art Museum, New Zealand) (catalog)  >link
Johnson, Ken. “Every Picture Tells a Story, Don’t It?” New York Times, 29 October  >link

ALAN WIENER: Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles, “Reflections and Reflected Color for Sale” (group exhibition),
24 October 2009–9 January 2010  >link

TRACY MILLER: West Los Angeles College, Culver City, CA, “Newman’s Subconscious” (group exhibition),
curated by Suzanne Adelman and Keith Walsh, 19 October–4 December 2009

BEN SNEAD: “Departures and Arrivals,” permanent mosaic and tile installation, MTA Arts for Transit commission,
New York City Transit, Jay Street-Borough Hall subway station, Brooklyn, NY, opens 15 October 2009

LISA BECK: Le Magasin, Grenoble, “Portrait de l’artiste en motocycliste” (group exhibition),
11 October 2009–3 January 2010  >link

RICHARD REZAC: Elmhurst Art Museum, IL, “Contemporary Works from the Cleve Carney Collection” (group exhibition)
4 October 2009–3 January 2010  >link

DANIEL HESIDENCE & TRACY MILLER: Kumukumu Gallery, New York, “A Pink Panther” (group exhibition),
curated by Amy Smith-Stewart with Hannah Dumes and Nicole O’Rourke, 3–31 October 2009  >link

LISA BECK & DANIEL HESIDENCE: Gresham’s Ghost (third location), New York, “Cave Painting: Installment #1”
(group exhibition), organized by Bob Nickas, 2–31 October 2009  >link



“Why Painting Now” (group exhibition), 17 September–19 December 2009  >link

RICHARD BLOES: Philadelphia Art Alliance, “State of the Union: Contemporary Craft in Dialogue” (group exhibition),
17 September 2009–3 January 2010  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, “Dike Blair: Now and Again,”
(solo exhibition), 13 September–6 December 2009  >link

JESSE BRANSFORD: Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, “(IV) = 369 (Luna)” (solo exhibition),
12 September–17 October 2009  >link

ALEX BROWN: Taché-Levy Gallery, Brussels, “Pictural Abstraction” (group exhibition), curated by Ariel Roger-Paris,
12 September–31 October 2009  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Texas Gallery, Houston, solo exhibition, 10 September–24 October 2009  >link
Britt, Douglas. “Small Paintings Have a Big Impact,” Houston Chronicle, 16 October 2009  >link

ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Shore Institute of Contemporary Arts, Long Branch, NJ, “NeoRococo Show” (group exhibition),
2 September–9 October 2009  >link



JERRY PHILLIPS: University of Arkansas, Little Rock, solo exhibition, 15 August–25 September 2009

B. WURTZ: Castillo/Corrales, Paris, “Hello Goodbye Thank You, Again” (group exhibition), curated by Anthony
Huberman, 10 August–3 October 2009  >link



B. WURTZ: Adam Baumgold Gallery, New York, “Another ’80s” (group exhibition), 15 July–14 August 2009  >link

JESSE BRANSFORD: Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, “The Audio Show” (group exhibition),
14 July–23 August 2009  >link



JESSE BRANSFORD: Southfirst, Brooklyn, “Trance, Chance, Dreams, & the Unconscious” (group exhibition),
26 June–2 August 2009  >link

DAVID MORENO: James Cohan Gallery, New York, “White Noise” (group exhibition), 18 June–12 August 2009  >link
Wilson, Michael. Review of “White Noise,” Time Out New York, 23–29 July 2009, 45  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, Summer group show, 13 June–22 August 2009  >link

DANIEL HESIDENCE: Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO, “Splinter of the Mind’s Eye” (group exhibition),
curated by Joseph R. Wolin, 5 June–18 July 2009

MICHAEL BANICKI & DIKE BLAIR: Privateer, Brooklyn, “Haunts” (group exhibition), 5 June–12 July 2009  >link

RICHARD KERN: Rental Gallery, solo exhibition, 4 June–5 July 2009  >link

DANIEL HESIDENCE: PSM Gallery, Berlin, “Cave Painting” (group exhibition), curated by Bob Nickas,
3 June–18 July 2009  >link
Marshall, Piper. “Cave Painting: A Conversation with Bob Nickas,” Art in America, 22 June 2009  >link



KINKE KOOI: Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem, Netherlands, “Rebelle: Art and Feminism 1969–2009” (group exhibition), curated by Mirjam Westen, 30 May–23 August 2009  >link

KINKE KOOI: BravinLee Programs, New York, “Opportunities” (group exhibition), 27 May–27 June 2009

MAMIE HOLST & GINA MAGID: 106 Green, Brooklyn, “After the Gold Rush” (group exhibition),
16 May–6 June 2009  >link

TRACY MILLER: Pelham Art Center, New York, “2009 Alexander Rutsch Award and Exhibition for Painting”
(solo exhibition), 15 May–27 June 2009  >link

B. WURTZ: “Curated By—Vienna 09: B. Wurtz & Noam Rappaport @ Galerie Steinek,” curated by Matthew Higgs,
6 May–6 June 2009  >link
Vogel, Sabine B. “Correspondences,”, 18 May 2009
Horny, Henriette. “Fremde Herren in den eigenen Geschäften” (review of “Curated By”), Kurier, 4 May 2009  >link
Fessler, Anne Katrin. “Alternativkommandos und geladene Störköche: ‘Curated By,’” Der Standard, 8 May 2009
“Slideshow: Viennafair 2009,” Art – Das Kunstmagazin, 11 May 2009 (reproduction)  >link



SAM GORDON: Ratio 3, San Francisco, “Liberation upon Contact” (group exhibition), 30 April–30 May 2009  >link

KINKE KOOI: De Vishal, Haarlem, Netherlands, “Waar kan mijn sterke, vreemde boot reeds aangekomen zijn?”
(group exhibition), 25 April–31 May 2009  >link

LISA BECK: Martos Gallery, New York, group exhibition curated by Bob Nickas, 18 April–9 May 2009  >link

B.WURTZ: Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver, “Phot(o)bjects” (group exhibition), curated by Bob Nickas,
10 April–31 May 2009  >link
Adler, Dan. “Phot(o)bjects,” Frieze, September 2009  >link
Griffin, Kevin. “Breaking through dimensions: Photo show challenges convention,” Vancouver Sun,
     23 May 2009, D3  >link

TRACY MILLER: Hudson Guild Gallery, New York, “Appetizing Pictures” (group exhibition), 9 April–3 June 2009  >link


TRACY MILLER is the winner of the 5th Alexander Rutsch Award In Painting

SAM GORDON: Museum 52, New York, “Another 24 Hours: Disorganized” (group exhibition), curated by Jacob Robichaux, 26 March 2009  >link

RICHARD REZAC: Art Institute of Chicago, “Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper” (group exhibition),
24 March–13 September 2009  >link

ANDREW MASULLO: Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, solo exhibition, 21 March–18 April 2009  >link

JUDY LINN: American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts (group exhibition),
10 March–5 April 2009  >link



ISABELLA KIRKLAND: Tucson Museum of Art, “Trouble in Paradise: Examining Discord Between Nature and Society” (group exhibition), 28 February–28 June 2009  >link

DAVOR VRANKIC: Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia, “All that drawing” (group exhibition),
26 February–19 April 2009  >link

DAVID SHAW: Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, “Beautiful/Decay: A to Z” (group exhibition),
21 February–7 March 2009  >link

JOSH PODOLL: Rhode Island School of Design, Memorial Hall Gallery, “May–December” (group exhibition), curated by Dike Blair, 17 February–20 March 2009

RICHARD REZAC: Swimming Pool, Chicago, “Cross-Fade” (group exhibition), 14 February–15 March 2010  >link

DANIEL HESIDENCE: Tracy Williams Limited, New York,“The Anniversary Show” (group exhibition),
13 February–21 March 2009  >link

B.WURTZ: Musée d’Art Contemporain de Lyon, France, “N’importe Quoi (Anything)” (group exhibition), curated by
Vincent Pécoil and Olivier Vadrot, 13 February–19 April 2009  >link

DANIEL HESIDENCE: Andrea Rosen Gallery, Gallery 2, New York, “ROSE LAUGHTER Winter Holiday” (solo exhibition), curated by David Altmejd, 6 February–7 March 2009  >link

DIKE BLAIR: Guild & Greyshkul, New York, “On From Here” (group exhibition), 5–8 February 2009  >link

SAM GORDON: New Langton Arts, San Francisco, “Sam Gordon and Daphne Fitzpatrick,” curated by Eve Fowler,
5 February–28 March 2009



KINKE KOOI: Noordbrabants Museum, Den Bosch, Netherlands, “De Ideale Vrouw (The Ideal Woman)” (group exhibition), 24 January–3 May 2009  >link

RICHARD REZAC: College of DuPage, Gahlberg Gallery, Glen Ellyn, IL, “Richard Rezac: Selected Sculpture and Drawings, 2003–2008” (solo exhibition), 22 January–28 February 2009  >link
Cassidy, Victor M. “Formal Invention: Richard Rezac,” Sculpture, December 2009  >link

TRACY MILLER: Northern Illinois University Art Museum, DeKalb, IL, “Push, Pull, Scrub, Drip…Drip” (group exhibition), curated by Frank Trankina, 20 January–6 March 2009  >link

JUDY LINN: Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, University of Nevada, Reno, “I Like Winners: Sport and Selfhood” (group exhibition), 20 January–13 February 2009
Miller, Geralda. “Sheppard exhibit takes look at relationships with sports,” Reno Gazette-Journal, 18 January 2009

NANCY SHAVER: White Flag Projects, St. Louis, MO, “One loses one’s classics” (group exhibition),
17 January–15 February 2009  >link
Cooper, Ivy. “Variety Succeeds at White Flag,” St. Louis Beacon, 28 January 2009 (reproduction)  >link

JEFF ONO: Steven Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles, solo exhibition, 10 January–7 February 2009  >link
Martin, Courtney J. Review,, Critics’ Picks, 23 January 2009

SAM GORDON: Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, “48 Hours in Miami” (solo exhibition), 10 January–10 February 2009  >link



RICHARD KERN: Publication of Richard Kern: Contact High, Picturebox, New York, September 2013  >link

RICHARD KERN: Publication of Shot by Kern, Taschen Books, Cologne, May 2013  >link

NANCY SHAVER: Publication of The Quilt and the Truck, with essays by Nancy Shaver and Jean-Phillipe Antoine, Publication Studio, Portland, OR, November 2011  >link

JUDY LINN: Publication of Patti Smith 1969 – 1976: Photographs by Judy Linn, Abrams Image, New York, March 2011
Sante, Luc. “The Mother Courage of Rock,” New York Review of Books, 9 February 2012  >link
Bussell, Mark. “A Muse Named Patti Smith,”, 18 March 2011  >link
St.-Lascaux, David. Review, Brooklyn Rail, May 2011  >link
Als, Hilton. “Girls Together,” The Book Bench, Blogs,, posted 4 April 2011  >link
Frank, Alex. “Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe’s Undeniable Style,”,
     posted 25 February 2011  >link
Matutschovsky, Natalie. “Patti Smith: Photographer’s Muse,”, 26 April 2011  >link

NANCY SHAVER: Publication of Henry at Home, with essay by Lucy Raven and interview with Nancy Shaver by Steel Stillman, Soberscove Press, Chicago, October 2010  >link

MICHAEL BANICKI, DIKE BLAIR, ALEX BROWN, KEVIN WOLFF, B. WURTZ: Grabner, Michelle and Brad Killam. Can I Come Over to Your House? The First Ten Years of The Suburban, 1999 – 2009, Poor Farm Press, Manawa, WI, 2010

LISA BECK, ALEX BROWN, DANIEL HESIDENCE, MAMIE HOLST, BILL KOMOSKI: Rubin, David S., ed. Psychedelic: Optical and Visionary Art Since the 1960s, with essays by David S. Rubin, Robert C. Morgan and Daniel Pinchbeck, San Antonio Museum of Art in association with MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, Fall, 2009, 33, 109 (Beck), 32–33, 108 (Komoski), 30–31, 44, 98 (Shaw), 30, 45, 95 (Snead)

LISA BECK, BILL KOMOSKI, DAVID SHAW, BEN SNEAD: Nickas, Bob. Painting Abstraction: New Elements in Abstract Painting, Phaidon Press, New York, Fall 2009

ANDREW MASULLO & NANCY SHAVER: Humphrey, David and Geoff Kaplan. Blind Handshake, Periscope Publishing, Fall 2009 (reproductions)

RICHARD KERN: Publication of Looker, Abrams, New York, July 2008  >link


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