MARFA – Arturo Herrera unveils a massive installation for Comic Future, an exhibition at Ballroom Marfa, featuring work by artists who employ the language of various and discordant approaches such as abstraction and figuration to twist representation of their immediate environment thereby imbricating a skewed, often apocalyptic vision of the future.
CHICAGO – Gallery co-founder and co-owner John Corbett featured in the Chicago Tribune for curatorial work.
CHICAGO – The annual Newcity list “Art50: Chicago’s Visual Vanguard” named gallery co-owners Jim Dempsey and John Corbett in the top ten of the city’s visual art movers and shakers.
CHICAGO – Stephanie Cristello reviews Party Cut for New American Paintings: “If there is something that Party Cut propagates more than a visual language, it is its subversion.”
CHICAGO – Corbett vs. Dempsey, with David Nolan Gallery, is delighted to present Eyeline, a shared booth at EXPO Chicago.
BERLIN – On September 7th, 2013, Galerie Max Hetzler christens a new Berlin space with a group show featuring Corbett vs. Dempsey artists John Sparagana, Albert Oehlen, and Joyce Pensato, along with Markus Oehlen, Matthias Schaufler, and Rebecca Warren.
MIAMI – On September 6th gallery artist Molly Zuckerman-Hartung presents Chlorophyll Bluess, a solo exhibition of new paintings and installation work, at Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts Gallery in Miami. The exhibition runs through October 31, 2013.