NEW YORK – Albert Oehlen’s solo exhibition at the New Museum was recently reviewed by Andrea Scott of the New Yorker (more…)

NEW YORK – Matthew Marks is pleased to announce What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art, 1960 to Present, the next exhibition in his three 22nd Street galleries.  (more…)

DIJON, FRANCE – Brian Calvin’s first museum solo show in France. Presented at Le Consortium in Dijon, End of Messages illustrates Calvin’s mastery of framing and color through portrait and landscape paintings from 1995 to the present.

NEW YORK – Maccarone is pleased to present Bonsai #5, a group exhibition that pairs Roger Brown’s eponymous painting with the work of Carol Bove, Alex Da Corte, Peter Halley, Ken Price, and Diane Simpson.


LOS ANGELES – LOUDHAILER is pleased to present Meanwhile in Lonesome Valley, organized by Sayre Gomez–featuring works by Liz Craft, Heather Guertin, Orion Martin, Barbara Rossi and Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen. The exhibition opens with a public reception on Saturday, June 20 from 6-9 PM and continues through August 1. (more…)

NEW YORK – Albert Oehlen’s solo exhibition at the New Museum was recently reviewed by Roberta Smith of the New York Times. (more…)

CHICAGO – The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), one of the nation’s leading art and design schools, welcomed contemporary artist Albert Oehlen to deliver the school’s 149th commencement address on Monday, May 11, 2015. The complete text of the speech is listed below. 


NEW YORK – Albert Oehlen: Home and Garden is the first New York museum exhibition of the work of the pioneering German painter Albert Oehlen.


CHICAGO – The work of artist David Hartt investigates the specificity of place. By examining the culture and built environment of a given locale, Hartt observes how the needs and values of communities form, manifest, and change over time.


NEW YORK – Sikkema Jenkins & Co. is pleased to present Over & Under a group exhibition organized with the cooperation of Matt Keegan and featuring work by Tony Feher, Charles Harlan, Bill Jenkins, Matt Keegan, Babette Mangolte & Trisha Brown, Virginia Overton, Kay Rosen, Diane Simpson, and Haim Steinbach on view from June 4 through July 24, 2015.


SARATOGA SPRINGS – The Tang Teaching Museum will be presenting works from Arturo Herrera’s recent body of work using familiar forms and bold colors to create compelling objects.


CHICAGO – Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to present Abstraction: A Visual Language, a group exhibition featuring work by Samantha Bittman, Magalie Guerin, Nancy Haynes, Kika Kardi, Jackie Saccoccio, Linnéa Spransy and Raycheal Stine.


ZURICH – Kunsthalle Zürich presents Albert Oehlen in An Old Painting in Soul. This exhibition brings together a selection of Oehlen’s work from the 1980s and is accompanied by new works on display for the first time.


at Tang Teaching Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY
Saturday, June 6 2015, 5:30 – 6:30pm

Join artist Arturo Herrera as he leads visitors through the exhibition Opener 29: Arturo Herrera — Day Before.

After the talk, please join us for a public reception from 6:30 to 8 pm.

Both events are free and open to the public.

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at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Saturday, June 20 – Sunday, September 13, 2015


Buffalo, NY— Animation permeates twenty-first century culture; from movies and television to videogames and advertising, it fills virtually all of the screens ubiquitous in contemporary life. Screen Play: Life in an Animated World is the first exhibition devoted exclusively to examining the work of contemporary artists who use the techniques, technologies, and tropes of animation as tools in their practices. This unprecedented exhibition gathers together almost fifty captivating film, video, and immersive installations created during the past twenty-five years by more than three dozen artists from nearly twenty nations, filling the galleries of the 1905 Building and its Sculpture Court as well as the Gallery for New Media and the Auditorium.

With artworks that are by turns funny, poignant, critical, and provocative, the artists in Screen Playprompt viewers of all ages to enter alternative universes, to consider our deepening relationship with screens and screen fictions, and to see “in real life” with screen-refreshed eyes. This international survey includes some of the greatest voices in contemporary art alongside emerging artists who are developing new forms of representation. The artistic techniques on view range from stop motion to traditional hand-drawn cel animations, digital modeling, three-dimensional video projections, and infinitely iterative live simulations—presenting the fullest range of how artists use diverse animation technologies in their work today. While such technology has become simply inseparable from contemporary life, the artists in Screen Play both maximize and critique its power to enthrall: these are the pioneers of a new golden age of animation.

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Haluk Akakçe
Chiho Aoshima
Cory Arcangel
Marco Brambilla
Cao Fei
Paul Chan
Ian Cheng
Martha Colburn
Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg
Cécile B. Evans
Kota Ezawa
Harun Farocki
Rokni Haerizadeh
Camille Henrot
Pierre Huyghe
William Kentridge
Oliver Laric
Charles Lavoie
Lee Lee Nam
Tala Madani
Helen Marten
Miao Xiaochun
Joshua Mosley
Takashi Murakami
Jacco Olivier
Julian Opie
Jon Rafman
Tabor Robak
Jason Salavon
Jacolby Satterwhite
Allison Schulnik
Shahzia Sikander
Jennifer Steinkamp
Ryan Trecartin
Peter Wächtler
Young hae Chang Heavy Industries
Zhang Xiaotao



Corbett vs. Dempsey would like to wish you a happy Fourth of July!

The Gallery will be closed Saturday, July 4th and resume it’s regular schedule Tuesday, July 7th.