Anna Russell writes about Maggi Hambling's recent exhibition at Marlborough for The New Yorker.
Anna Russell writes about Maggi Hambling's recent exhibition at Marlborough for The New Yorker.
Juan Genovés: Reconsidered at Marlborough New York is currently featured on ArtForum’s “Must-See Shows” list, their editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide.
Maggi Hambling: Real time has been named as an exhibition to see in New York by The Art Newspaper.
Michele Oka Doner will present a new commission for The City of Miami Beach.
Ilana Novick reviews Maggi Hambling: Real time for Hyperallergic.
Jason Rosenfeld reviews Maggi Hambling: Real time for The Brooklyn Rail.
Alexxa Gotthardt writes about Victor Pasmore: Prints for 1stdibs.
Max Lakin reviews Maggi Hambling: Real time for The New York Times.
Andrew LaVallee writes about Tomás Sánchez's recent exhibition for The New York Times What’s in Our Queue?
Join artist Le’Andra LeSeur in a multimedia performance exploring liberation and spirituality in the music of the African Diaspora, featuring original choreography with music by Mama Foundation for the Arts choir and DJ MUSE(O)FIRE.
LeAndra LeSeur's ALL ARTS Artist in Residence film debuts on Sunday, April 10, 2022 at ALL ARTS and The Shed, New York.
Maggi Hambling: Real time at Marlborough New York is currently featured on ArtForum’s “Must-See Shows” list, their editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide.
Ilka Scobie reviews Maggi Hambling's current exhibition at Marlborough for Artlyst.
ARCAthens has awarded three new Fellowships for its 5th Virtual Residency (AVR5) hosting the cross-cultural conversation between Le’Andra LeSeur and Maria Sideri, moderated by curator Lydia Matthews.
Magda Michalska writes about Magdalena Abakanowicz's Abakans for the DailyArt Magazine.
Maggi Hambling: Real time has been named as an exhibition to see in celebration of International Women’s Day.
Le'Andra LeSeur's short film documenting the artist's There is no movement without rhythym will premiere on ALL ARTS TV Sunday.
ARCAthens 5th Virtual Residency (AVR5) hosts the cross-cultural conversation between Le’Andra LeSeur, Maria Sideri, and Lydia Matthews.
Le'Andra LeSeur joins Gallery Aferro this spring as an esteemed recipient of the Lynn and John Kearney Fellowship for Equity.
Tate Modern is planning an immersive exhibition of Magdalena Abakanowicz's fabric sculptures that will go on display November 2022.
Wells Fray-Smith, Assistant Curator: Special Projects at Whitechapel Gallery in London is Noah Becker's guest host for a conversation with legendary artist Maggi Hambling.
Painter and sculptor Maggi Hambling CBE discusses finding truth and compassion in the work of Francis Bacon, with Courtney J. Martin, Paul Mellon Director of the Yale Center for British Art.
Bethany Owings writes about Ahmed Alsoudani's exhibition at The Fabric Workshop and Museum.
Ann C. Collins speaks with Ahmed Alsoudani about his residency and exhibition at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, his show this spring at Marlborough Gallery in New York, and Cut of Time, his series of small-scale works for The Brooklyn Rail.
Juxtapoz Magazine writes about Tomás Sánchez: Inner Landscape, now extended through February 26th.
Artnet features the exhibition Tomás Sánchez: Inner Landscape, on view at Marlborough until February 26.
Madeline Murphy Turner (PhD Candidate at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University and the Cisneros Institute Research Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art, New York) contributes a thoughtful essay on Tomás Sánchez's current solo exhibition with the gallery, Inner Landscape, on view now.
Maggi Hambling: Real time has been included as one of The 29 Art Exhibitions We Can’t Wait to See This Year on Vogue.
Harmony Korine writes about Red Grooms's seminal work Ruckus Manhattan for Blau Internatonal.
Max Lakin reviews Tomás Sánchez: Inner Landscape for The New York Times.
Colin Gleadell writes about Maggi Hambling for The Telegraph.
Tomás Sánchez: Inner Landscape at Marlborough New York is currently featured on ArtForum’s “Must-See Shows” list, their editors’ selection of essential exhibitions worldwide.
Marlborough is pleased to announce the Brooklyn Museum's acquisition of Red Grooms' 42nd Street - Porno Bookstore from Ruckus Manhattan.
Jessica Zack interviews Gabrielle Selz, author of Light on Fire: The Art and Life of Sam Francis, published in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Kyle V. Hiller writes about Ahmed Alsoudani: Bitter Fruit for the Broad Street Review.
Le'Andra LeSeur has been named one of four finalists for the Queer|Art|Prize Recent Work award.
Grace Ebert writes for Colossal about the serene and idyllic landscapes of Tomás Sánchez.
Ahmed Alsoudani: Bitter Fruit opens on November 12, 2021 at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Lauren Moya Ford writes about Gabrielle Selz’s Light on Fire: The Art and Life of Sam Francis (University of California Press), the first comprehensive biography published on the artist.
The Farnsworth Art Museum will hold a virtual lecture given by Dr. Judith Stein on Red Grooms.
Alex V. Cipolle writes about the Walla Walla Foundry for The New York Times, discussing Deborah Butterfield's ties to the foundry.
Nazanin Lankarani writes about women artists, amongst them Beverly Pepper, staking their place in abstract sculpture.
Thomas Hine writes about Ahmed Alsoudani: Bitter Fruit for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Marlborough is pleased to publish a digital catalog to accompany the exhibition, A Tribute to Kenneth Snelson.
Le'Andra LeSeur's commission at The Shed, There is no movement without rhythm, 2021 is featured in Shed’s Open Call Showcases City’s Emerging Visual Talents, written by Tausif Noor for The New York Times.
Marlborough is pleased to publish a digital catalog to accompany its summer group exhibition, WILD AT HEART, featuring Ahmed Alsoudani, Alice Aycock, Ivana Bašić, Chakaia Booker, Enzo Cucchi, Inka Essenhigh, Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe, Ron Gorchov, Justen Ladda, Le’Andra LeSeur, Ran Ortner and Beverly Pepper.
Ahmed Alsoudani at Marlborough New York is currently featured on ArtForum’s “Must-See Shows” list, their editors' selection of essential exhibitions worldwide.
Join the Menil for a live, online program with artist Alice Aycock, organized in conjunction with Dream Monuments: Drawings in the 1960s and 1970s, on view at the Menil Drawing Institute from May 21 to September 19, 2021. Aycock’s talk will include a focused discussion of her early body of works on paper depicting fictional cities, examples of which are included in the exhibition. She is joined by Dream Monuments cocurators Erica DiBenedetto and Kelly Montana for a conversation that will consider the reverberations that key themes explored in these works—stories, cities, and drawing—have had throughout her practice.
Maria Abramenko interviews Ivana Bašić for NASTY Magazine, in which they discuss negotiating the mechanics of becoming and unbecoming and speculations on post-human scenarios beyond death and singularity.
Alice Aycock's Twister Grande (tall), 2019 is on view at the entrance of The Church, Sag Harbor, New York.
Alice Aycock is featured in the group exhibition, Dream Monuments: Drawing in the 1960s and 1970s, open from May 21 through September 19, 2021 at Menil Drawing Institute in Houston, Texas. The exhibition presents drawings that challenge the conventional idea of the monument as a permanent, grand, or commemorative form. The provisional character of drawing helped artists envision forms in improbable scales and for impossible conditions, radically transforming the monument to have a new set of sensibilities. Scaled to the size of the page but enormous in ambition, these works rethink history while rendering environments at turns as absurd, surreal, and subjective.
The Yale School of Art is pleased to announce the 2021 Photography MFA thesis exhibition, SORRY WE MISSED YOU, open to the Yale School of Art community May 10th through 16th in Green Hall Gallery. Featuring work by 2021 MFA degree candidates in Photography: Mickey Aloisio, Ronghui Chen, tarah douglas, Jackie Furtado, Max Gavrich, Nabil Harb, Dylan Hausthor, Annie Ling, Alex Nelson, and Rosemary Warren.
Alice Aycock's Untitled Cyclone, 2017 is on view in Whimsy, curated by Eric Fischl, on view through September 2021 at the Southampton Arts Center, Southampton, New York.
Donald Kuspit reviews Marlborough New York's Brassaï exhibition in the May Issue of Artforum.
Debra Brehmer, a writer and art historian who runs a contemporary gallery called Portrait Society in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, writes about Beverly Pepper's monumental legacy for Hyperallergic.
Red Grooms at Marlborough New York is currently featured on ArtForum’s “Must-See Shows” list, their editors' selection of essential exhibitions worldwide.
Le'Andra LeSeur's installation at the 2021 Atlanta Biennal is featured in Care In Its Extensive Form: 2021 Atlanta Biennial, written by Rebecca Brantley for Burnaway Magazine.
Marlborough is pleased to publish a catalog to accompany its spring exhibition of Bill Brandt, entitled Perspective of Nudes. Composed of 35 photographs, the exhibition explores Brandt’s longitudinal study of the nude feminine form between 1945-1979. The accompanying gallery publication features an essay by Martina Droth, Deputy Director and Chief Curator at the Yale Center for British Art, and Paul Messier, Head of the Lens Media Lab at the Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage at Yale University.
Le'Andra LeSeur's installation at the 2021 Atlanta Biennial is featured in Other Hues of Blue: A Pandemic-Era Biennial in Atlanta, written by Tenley Bick for NEW ART examiner.
Join Storm King on Wednesday, February, 24th, at 6pm EST for a virtual conversation with artists Gabriela Salazar and Alice Aycock, part of a special series celebrating the power of art and nature. The artists will discuss how ideas about space, construction, and memory manifest in their varied practices.
Ivana Basic is featured in INCORPOREA #3, a year-long choral exhibition set up as to develop and transform itself over time, and aimed at investigating the body in all its folds and meanings: the body as a revolutionary space, of antagonism and freedom, expression and research, self-definition and power, identity and gender. The exhibition is on view from February 18 through March 13, 2021 at Basement Roma, Rome, Italy.
Le'Andra LeSeur's installation at the 2021 Atlanta Biennal is featured in 2020 reverberates at this year’s Atlanta Biennial exhibition, written by Rosalind Bentley for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia has invited contemporary artist Ahmed Alsoudani to create new work using experimental materials and techniques. This internationally acclaimed Artist-in-Residence Program hosts emerging and established regional, national, and international artists who have a demonstrated commitment to innovation and exploration. To that end, The Fabric Workshop and Museum supports artistic experimentation in a wide range of mediums by providing honorariums and materials to artists, employing its facilities and staff to address their creative needs.
Marlborough New York's Brassaï exhibition is featured in The Art Newspaper's three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend: from Eugene Von Bruenchenhein’s rapturous paintings to Brassaï’s Parisian underground.
Ivana Bašić featured in Wonderful post-anthropocentric creatures: For a deconstruction of contemporary aesthetic policy by Alessandra Ioalè, published on isit.online Magazine.
Magdalena Grabowska and Marta Kowalewska from the Magdalena Abakanowciz Foundation sat down with Dobromiła Błaszczyk to discuss the late artist and her studio, entered on the list of Warsaw Historic Art Studios.
Marlborough is pleased to publish a catalog to accompany its winter exhibition of Brassaï. This exhibition will be the first time in nearly forty years that Marlborough will showcase Brassaï’s photography. Anne Wilkes Tucker, author of Brassaï: The Eye of Paris (Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 1999), has contributed a new essay for a fully illustrated publication that will accompany the exhibition.
Eleanor Nairne writes about Maggi Hambling's controversial sculpture of Mary Wollstonecraft for The New York Times.
Nina Mdivani reviews Magdalena Abakanowicz and Anselm Kiefer for ArteFuse
Ivana Bašić's work is featured in The Body Electric, a major multidisciplinary exhibition that examines humans’ ever-changing relationship with technology and the inescapable interface between our bodies and screens
Ivana Bašić inaugurates a new column for FlashArt Magazine entitled Letter From the City, writing about months of isolation, the insectile universe and the genesis of the new work, and featuring the voices of Clarice Lispector, Reza Negarestani, Steven Shaviro, James Baldwin and Oscar Wilde.
Marlborough is pleased to publish a fully illustrated catalog to accompany its autumn 2020 exhibitions.
The exhibition of Alice Aycock consisting consists of six monumental sculptures from the artist's acclaimed 'Turbulences' series takes place from June 7 - September 27, 2020 at Royal Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. It is the first to be organised by the Princess Estelle Cultural Foundation, and the artist’s first solo show in Scandinavia.
Barbara Rose writes a tribute to Beverly Pepper for The Brooklyn Rail.
Beverly Pepper, who has died aged 97, was the first to use Cor-ten steel (which weathers attractively outdoors) in art, before more famous male peers such as Donald Judd and Richard Serra. She employed these industrial materials on a range of scales, from vast land art projects to delicate, plinth-based sculpture.
Acclaimed Polish artist Magdalena Abkanowicz will be celebrated in a now postponed major retrospective at Tate Modern. Before that, one of her distinctive textile sculptures comes to auction in London.
Beverly Pepper, an acclaimed American sculptor whose work was suffused with a quicksilver lightness that belied its gargantuan scale, died on Wednesday at her home in Todi, Italy. She was 97.
Beverly Pepper, the sculptor of mammoth artworks who refused to be tied to any groups or circles, died on Wednesday in Todi, Italy, at the age of 97.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you ‘The Top Art Exhibitions to see in London,’ which includes Magdalena Abakanowicz's Corporeal Materiality, on view at Marlborough London.
Ahead of a major solo show at Tate Modern, Marlborough Gallery shows a selection of works by Magdalena Abakanowicz.
Le'Andra LeSeur is featured in The MAC’s visually rich ‘Cosmic to Corporeal’ explores sexuality, identity, written by Darryl Ratcliff for The Dallas Morning News.
Magdalena Abakanowicz's Yellow Abakan, 1967-1968 is featured in Taking a Thread for a Walk at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The exhibition is a part of the new MoMA's Opening Season, Fall 2019.
Alice Aycock's retrospective Selected Works 1971-2019 takes place from June 8 - August 25, 2019 at the Sprengel Museum in Hannover, Germany.
Le'Andra LeSeur speaks with Anabel Pasarow of Refinery29 in honor of her selection as an #EmbraceAmbition Series Speaker.
The International Sculpture Center presented artists Alice Aycock and Betye Saar with the 27th Annual Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award on April 18th, 2018 at Tribeca Rooftop in New York City. It was here that friends, family, and members of the arts community came together to celebrate the lives and exemplary careers of Alice Aycock and Betye Saar at this gala event.
Maggi Hambling is featured in the Vogue article Singular Visions: Meet Seven Of Britain's Best Female Artists.
Siwin Lo of The Brooklyn Rail reviews Marlborough Gallery’s current Alice Aycock exhibition, featuring The Turbulence Series, the New York-based artist's large, swirling, white aluminum sculptures that evoke the powerful, kinetic churning hurricanes and tornados.
The Wall Street International discusses Maggi Hambling's 2015 exhibition held the Cultural Institute at King’s College London, War Requiem & Aftermath.