Yearly Archives: 2014
Luke Diiorio featured on Artsy’s 15 Artists to Watch in 2015. Margo Wolowiec featured on the Huffington Post’s 15 Artists to Watch in 2015. Luke Diiorio‘s solo show highlighted by atractivoquenobello. Margo Wolowiec reviewed in October issue of Frieze by Jonathan Griffin for group show “The History of Technology“ at Jessica Silverman, San Francisco.
Elias Hansen‘s solo exhibition “You can cry all you want, but it ain’t changing shit“ at Jonathan Viner, London. Nicholas Pilato included in a group exhibition Different Things From Different Places at Annarumma Gallery, Naples, and the group exhibition “Summer & sUMMER“ at Michael Jon, Detroit. Joe Reihsen featured in Modern Painters June Issue Joe Reihsen included in the group show, “Forms of Abstraction: American Abstraction from the 1950s to Today”, curated by Suzanne van Hagen, and the group show, “Next“ at Arsenal Montreal. Margo Wolowiec included in the group show, “The History of Technology“ at Jessica Silverman, San Francisco, and in Read More »
Margo Wolowiec reviewed by Leah Ollman for the Los Angeles Times Margo Wolowiec featured on the Textile Arts Center Blog Margo Wolowiec featured on 2-Times Margo Wolowiec picked by Elevine Berge for My Art Guides Elias Hansen‘s I’m a long way from home and I don’t really know these roads reviewed in Art in America’s April issue by Leah Ollman. Elias Hansen featured on This Long Century Nicholas Pilato featured on Dust Magazine
The Undulation of Something Faintly Familiar March 1- April 5 Featured on MutualArt “10 Opening Exhibitions to Watch” Featured on SFAQ Pick: The Undulation of Something Faintly Familiar Elias Hansen‘s I’m a long way from home and I don’t really know these roads reviewed in the art ltd. magazine’s March/April issue. Margo Wolowiec‘s solo exhibition Following at Johansson Projects reviewed by San Francisco Arts Quarterly. Elias Hansen I’m a long way from home and I don’t really know these roads. January 11- February 22 Featured on SFAQ Pick:I’m a long way from home and I don’t really know these roads Read More »