November 30, 2021

Sam Jablon on List of Favorite Pieces at Untitled

It’s a significant year for Untitled Art. The annual contemporary art fair, founded by Jeff Lawson in 2012, has become a favorite among both collectors and enthusiasts descending on Miami Art Week for incisive programming with an experimental edge. (During the pandemic, it launched the world’s first virtual reality fair that subverted the tiring influx of lackluster virtual viewing rooms.) Untitled Art has prevailed over the pandemic and returned to the white tent on the sands of Miami Beach to celebrate its 10th edition, a major milestone that sees an expanded curatorial platform imagined by artistic director Omar López-Chahoud and guest curators Natasha Becker, Miguel A. López, Estrellita Brodsky, and José Falconi that showcases the best of contemporary art from more than 100 international galleries.

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November 08, 2021

Mary Flanagan in Guinness Book of World Records

In 2006, before the advent of augmented reality games like Pokémon GO, artist Mary Flanagan wanted to find a way to get random people to play a game together. Her solution? Create a 9-foot-tall video game joystick — which made it into the Guinness World Records 2022 as the largest of its kind.

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November 01, 2021

Sam Jablon reviewed in Hyperallergic

A world steeped in abundant color and enticing designs, Color/Code at Morgan Presents embraces the mystery and expressive possibility of abstraction. Staging a visual dialogue between two artists of different generations — Sam Jablon and Odili Donald Odita — the exhibition is an invitation to ponder the chemistry between varied approaches to abstract painting.

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October 09, 2021

Anne Lindberg upcoming at the Figge Art Museum

Though traditionally defined as works on paper, in recent decades drawing has become a field that uses a broad spectrum of formats. Anne Lindberg’s work embraces this freedom. While she does make drawings on paper, she also works three-dimensionally and understands her room-scaled installations as immersive drawings in space. This summer she will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth floor gallery. She has invited poet Ginny Threefoot to collaborate on this conceptually rich project centered on the subject of water, conceived with an awareness of the museum’s location along the Mississippi River.

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October 07, 2021

Petah Coyne on Artnet’s Events Page

Browse a curated selection of events from around the world, including gallery openings, upcoming auctions, museum exhibitions, and more.

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October 06, 2021

Deborah Brown reviewed in Palm Beach ArtsPaper

For artist Deborah Brown, the pandemic allowed her the luxury to reconnect with both sentimental objects she lives with every day and the fantasy of self-portraits through a Western art history lens. Her new show at Gavlak in Palm Beach has the enigmatic title Return to Forever, a show that was delayed a year.

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October 04, 2021

Petah Coyne Featured in Artsy’s Women Behind the Lens

From Sally Mann and Nan Goldin’s diaristic images to Annie Leibovitz and Cindy Sherman’s iconic portraits, women photographers are a force to be reckoned with in the contemporary art market. Offering a refreshing and often overlooked perspective, female artists have been known to highlight their personal narratives, focus on marginalized communities, and invite cultural commentary in their bodies of work. Below, discover critically-acclaimed works by female photographers, including Vivian Maier, Diane Arbus, Dorothea Lange, Imogen Cunningham, Berenice Abbott, and Lee Miller.

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October 01, 2021

Dasha Shishkin a Woman Artist to Watch on Artsy

Historically underrepresented and undervalued, women artists have always made work that is innovative, impressive, and thought-provoking. Today, many institutions are giving due recognition to this fact. Below, find a selection of highlights from new and noteworthy female-identifying artists, hand-picked by Artsy’s Curatorial team.

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September 29, 2021

Petah Coyne featured on Artnet’s Artist landing page

Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art is excited to announce Petah Coyne’s upcoming solo exhibition, A Silver Pied Peacock, in cooperation with Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, opening September 24th in Houston, Texas. This will be Coyne’s first solo exhibition since joining Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art.

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September 28, 2021

Dasha Shishkin a “Featured Show” on Artsy

Dasha Shishkin’s NLFA debut, Pickles, features a selection of paintings and a special onsite installation in the viewing room.

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September 27, 2021

Deborah Brown an Artnet Editor’s Pick

It is the last few days to catch “Deborah Brown: Quiet City,” the artist’s second solo show at Anna Zorina Gallery. The exhibition consists of works from her “Shadow” series and takes place concurrently with “The Shadow Paintings,” Brown’s solo show at the Schloss Derneberg Museum in Germany.

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September 24, 2021

Petah Coyne a Fine Arts Pick in Houston Chronicle

Petah Coyne isn’t afraid of challenging subjects or unusual materials. The New York-based sculptor and photographer has made a name for herself by incorporating mud, sticks, hay and dead fish into hanging sculptures or floor installations. Check out Coyne’s first solo exhibition with Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art this week. “A Silver Pied Peacock” promises an intriguing mix of wax and taxidermy sculptures, hand-blown glass and more.

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