Yearly Archives: 2016


Anat Ebgi: Ethan Cook | Artillery Magazine Amie Dicke | Sucking Stones | Looiersgracht 60 Visiting Artists Series: Chris Coy | Otis College of Art and Design Neil Raitt | Kenny Schachter Comes Out to Play at Frieze London | artnet  Neil Raitt | Sunday Art Fair: Gallery Picks | Elephant Magazine Neil Raitt | TOP 6 ARTISTS AT SUNDAY ART FAIR. | FAD Magazine Neil Raitt | Sunday Art Fair 2016 | aqnb Neil Raitt | 5 Artists to Watch at the Sunday Art Fair 2016 | Artspace Neil Raitt | Sunday, the Young Fair in London During Frieze, Opens with Solid Sales, Chill Vibes | ARTnews Chris Coy | Flaunt Magazine Jibade-Khalil Huffman  | What to See in New York Galleries This Week | The New York Times  


Jibade Khalil-Huffman | Critic’s Guide: Los Angeles | Frieze Jibade-Khalil Huffman: Verse Chorus Verse | Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions Miranda | Contemporary Art Daily Miranda | Art Viewer Miranda | ARTnews Magazine Eli Hansen | I thought I had a dog in this fight, but it ain’t seem like it. | Jeffrey Stark, New York Miranda | A SELECTION OF OPENINGS, LOS ANGELES |SFAQ Jen DeNike performative lecture at Sparta / Kunstakademie Düsseldorf.  


Amie Dicke solo show reviewed by Alicia Eler for CraveOnline. Amie Dicke interviewed about her work in the show Once in a Lifetime at Oude Kerk, Amsterdam by de Volkskrant. Amie Dicke’s solo show Quote Unquote featured by Fruit of the Forest. Jen DeNike’s videos The Cat, 2015 and Girls Like Me, 2006 featured in group show Love, Devotion and Surrender at 22 London in Asheville, NC. Artillery Magazine covers opening of Amie Dicke’s solo show Quote Unquote. Anat Ebgi interviewed in Spring issue of Whitewall Magazine on her year of programming shows by women artists. Martin Basher interviewed by Fruit of the Forest. Neil Raitt interviewed by Fruit of the…

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Samantha Thomas | Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2016: Through the Eyes of a Painter | The Huffington Post Martin Basher | Subliminal Shifts | Tracy Williams, New York I love Aby Warburg’s ideas of re-establishing pathos: an interview with Amie Dicke | Conceptual Fine Arts