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  • Artnet News Daily Pic: Grace Hartigan's "Grand Street Brides"

    "'The 1950s were the decade of Abstract Expressionism, when figuration was left out in the cold'—that’s one of those art-historical clichés that refuses to die even though it’s almost completely inaccurate." Read the rest of Blake Gopnik's salient take on Grace Hartigan's 1954 painting "Grand Street Brides" HERE.

  • Grace Hartigan in "Off the Shelf: Modern & Contemporary Artists' Books" at the Baltimore Museum of Art

    Prints by Grace Hartigan are featured in Off the Shelf: Modern & Contemporary Artists' Books at the Baltimore Museum of Art, on view in conjunction with the Baltimore Contemporary Print Fair (April 1 & 2). The exhibition is on view through June 25, 2017.

  • John Waters selected for the 57th Venice Biennale

    John Waters will have work on view in Viva Arte Viva curated by Christine Macel for the 57th Venice Biennale. The exhibition will be on view from May 13 - November 26, 2017.

  • Hasan Elahi in "Crooked Data: (Mis)Information in Contemporary Art" at University of Richmond Museums

    Hasan Elahi is featured in Crooked Data: (Mis)Information in Contemporary Art at the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art, University of Richmond Museums, on view through May 5, 2017. The exhibition features art by twenty-one contemporary artists and studios who work with data in nontraditional ways. 

  • Grace Hartigan in "Women of Abstract Expressionism" at Palm Springs Art Museum

    The major traveling exhibition Women of Abstract Expressionism is currently on view at the Palm Springs Museum of Art through May 28, 2017. The exhibition features important works by twelve artists essential to the Abstract Expressionist movement including Grace Hartigan, Elaine de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Joan Mitchell and Lee Krasner. 

  • Hasan Elahi Awarded 2016 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship

    April 14, 2016: Please join us in congratulating Hasan Elahi for his recent award of the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship for his work investigating contemporary issues of surveillance, citizenship, privacy, and technology. Guggenheim Fellowships are awarded annually to selected mid-career artists, historians, and scientists who have shown exceptional ability and promise. Click here to learn more.