May 2018


Gallery Openings

New York

Paul Anagnostopoulos
LIC Arts Open Gallery at The Factory, Retro 80's Show: Electric Dream, Long Island City.
Opening: Thursday, May 17, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Through June 22.

Tatiana Arocha
Wave HillAvifauna: Birds + Habitat, Bronx. Through June 24.
Artist talk: Sunday, May 20, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

Kate Bae, Christian Berman, Jenn Dierdorf, Kirstin Lamb, and Andrew Prayzner
The Yard: WilliamsburgBouqet, Brooklyn.
Through June 22

Natalie Baxter
Ground Floor GalleryWomen At Work, Brooklyn.
Through May 13.

Keenan Bennett, Nicole Dyer, Evan Paul English, Phoebe Grip, Will Hutnick, Sarah Mullin and Lena Schmid
art Bangall, Bangall
Opening: Saturday, June 2, 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Through June 16.

Amelia Brod, Shannon Finnegan, Ryan Frank, Hilliary Gabryel, Will Hutnick, Lindsay Packer and Audra Wolowiec
Brooklyn Studios for DanceOrder My Steps, Brooklyn.
Reception: Friday, May 11, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Through May 12.

Kat Clear, Roxanne Jackson, Loren Nosan, Colin Radcliffe and Kat Ryals
Temporary Storage Gallery at Brooklyn Fire Proof, The Witching-Other, Brooklyn.
Opening: June 1, 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Through June 29.

Carl D'Alvia and Roxanne Jackson
Honey RamkaDepth of Surface, Brooklyn. Through May 27.

Evan Paul English and Chris Held
Jonald Dudd at 701 Grand St., RETURN OF THE LIVING DUDD, Brooklyn.
Opening: May 18, 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM. Through May 20.

Enrique Figueredo
The Re InstituteAt the Edge of Lawlessness, Millerton
Opening: Saturday, June 2, 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. Through June 30.

Shannon Finnegan
The Louise and Bernard Palitz Gallery at Joseph I. Lubin House, 2017 Wynn Newhouse Awards, New York. Through June 7.

Tara Foley, Ghost of a Dream, Alex Gingrow, Henry Klimowicz & Will Hutnick
LABspaceTrue North, Hillsdale.
Closing reception: Saturday, June 2, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM.

Ghost of a Dream & Jennifer Dalton
601ArtspaceStatistics of Hope, New York.
Through May 13.

Jessie Henson
Luke Glanton GalleryShow Number 8, Far Rockaway.

Roxanne Jackson
Elijah Wheat ShowroomFlamethrowers, Brooklyn.
Through May 13.

Jeremy Jams
Printed MatterNetwork Exploder, New York.
Through July.

Emily Johnson
Abrons Art CenterKinstillatory Mappings in Light and Dark Matter, New York.
Through July 24.

Susan Klein
Crossing CollectiveSix Impossible Things Before Breakfast, New York.
Through July 7.

Ace Lehner and Libby Paloma
Ann Street GalleryVista Panoramica, Newburgh.
Through June 9.

Elissa Levy
Children's Museum of the ArtsDifficult Conditions, New York.

Stephanie A. Lindquist
New York Public Library, Harry Belafonte Branch, Infinite Archive, New York.
Through August 31.

Eric LoPresti
Burning in WaterAn Ocean of Light, New York.
Through May 26.

Glendalys Medina
Hunter East Harlem GalleryQUEENIE: Selected artworks by female artists from El Museo del Barrio's collection, New York.
Through June 23.

Natalia Nakazawa
Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Protest Club, New York.
Through July 1.

Macon Reed
Knockdown CenterWho Is Watching You More Than You Are Watching You, Queens.
Through August 12.

Breanne Trammell
Mrs. GalleryDUTCH MASTERS, Maspeth.
Through June 2.

Audra Wolowiec
Hessel Museum of Art, CCS Bard Center for Curatorial Studies, Not Quite Verbatim, Annandale-on-Hudson.
Through May 27.

Charlotte Woolf
Equity GalleryBEYOND: 2018 MFA Thesis Exhibition, New York.
Opening: Friday, May 11, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Through May 19.



Natalie Baxter
San Jose Museum of Quilts and TextilesGuns: Loaded Conversations, San Jose.
Through July 15.

Elissa Levy
Charlie James GalleryMIS (MISSING) INFORMATION, Los Angeles.
Through June 2

Jen Shepard
Urbano Cellars Tasting RoomA Hole in the Sky, Berkeley, through May 26

Jesse Walton
Minnesota Street ProjectAltered, San Francisco, June 16 to July 19.

Jesse Walton
Aggregate Space GalleryOrium II; A work-making fundraiser for ASG, Oakland
Opening: May 18, 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Through June 2.


Natalie Baxter
CUNSTHAUS GalleryPower Play: Recent Works by Natalie Baxter, Tampa
Opening: May 19, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Through June 16.


Natalie Baxter
Museum of Design AtlantaMaking Change: The Art and Craft of Activism, Atlanta, May 29 through September 9


Will Hutnick
LVL3 GallerySystems at Play, Chicago, through May 12


Mandy Messina
Haystack Mountain School of CraftIn Residence: Selections from Haystack's Open Studio Residency, Deer Isle, July 20 to September 1.


Mandy Messina
Intersect Arts CenterPlaid Progress, St. Louis.
Opening: Saturday, June 2, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.


Natalie Baxter
The Holland Project
Vexillum: Flags as Cultural & Political Objects, Reno.
Through May 24.


Maria Dumlao
Asian Art InitiativeTHEN AND NOW, Philadelphia.
Through August 17


Mel Prest
Galleri Urbane, Lux, Dallas.
May 12 through June 16.

Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin
Devin Borden GalleryThe Scene (Houston 1969 - 1981), Houston.
Through May 12.

Washington, D.C.

Georgia Saxelby
Anacostia Arts CenterTo Future Women
Through May 17

Georgia Saxelby
IA&A at HillyerTo Future Women, June 1 to July 1.

Georgia Saxelby
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture GardenTo Future Women.
June 7 through June 10.


Beverly Acha, Paolo Arao and Will HutnickFAR x WideSquaring the Sun, through May 20.



Press + Publications

Beverly Acha and Will Hutnick
Art Maze MagSpring Issue 7.

Natalie Baxter, Leah Guadagnoli and Kat Ryals
Hiss MagIssue 2.

Natalie Baxter

Maria Dumlao
ArtblogLayers of narrative in Maria Dumlao's "History in RGB" at Vox Populi Gallery.

Davalois Fearon
InfinitebodyDavalois Fearon and the politics of race in dance


Davalois Fearon
Bronx NetOPEN: Dancer Davalois Fearon

Shannon Finnegan
Wynn Newhouse Awards

Will Hutnick and Loren Nosan
Frontrunner MagazineWill Hutnick and Mark Joshua Epstein at SPRING/BREAK Art Show

Mandy Messina
The Coastal PostFORM

Macon Reed
NY Times12 Galleries to Visit Now in Brooklyn and Queens


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