Felix Art Fair
Mrs. Gallery
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
Los Angeles, CA

February 28, 2024 - March 3, 2024

Works by Sarah Bedford, Megan Bogonovich, Emily Mullin, Rose Nestler, and Sarah Palmer

All the Years, 2020
Dye-sublimation print on aluminum
10” x 8”
Edition of 10
from the series The Startling Reality of Things

(pictured here with ceramics by Megan Bogonovich)

In Whispers, 2020
Dye-sublimation print on aluminum
12 x 8”
Edition of 10

from the series The Startling Reality of Things

To Give the Universe, 2020
Dye-sublimation print on aluminum
8 x 10”
Edition of 10

from the series The Startling Reality of Things

Land of Night (fragment), 2023
Dye-sublimation print on aluminum
8 x 10”
Edition of 10

from the series Knotted Spiral

The Savaged City, 2020
Dye-sublimation print on aluminum
8 x 12”
Edition of 10

from the series The Startling Reality of Things

CULT Turns 10
Group Exhibition
CULT Aimee Friberg
1401 16th Street (at Carolina) San Francisco, California

Wednesday - Friday 11am - 5 pm
Saturdays - By Appointment

January 19, 2024 - March, 2 2024

To Sing of Distances, 2022
Pigmented inkjet print
26” x 21”
Edition of 5 + 2AP

from the series The Wind Is No House

Exhibition X:
An Utterly Incomplete Examination of Collage in Contemporary Art

Group Exhibition
The Carnegie
1028 Scott Boulevard, Covington, KY

October 21, 2023 – February 3, 2024

Curated by Scott Speh + Matt Distel

age of earth and us all chattering, 2022
Dye-sublimation print on aluminum
26.25” x 32”
Edition of 1 + 1AP

from the series Knotted Spiral

M’Shinda Imani Abdullah Broaddus, Marshall Brown, Thomas Dozol, Edie Fake, Krista Franklin, Dianna Frid, Greenwich Village Book Desecration League, Terence Hammonds, Julia Schmitt Healy, Joseph Heidecker, CT King, Thomas Kong, Dutes Miller, Ayanah Moor, Erin Jane Nelson, Paul Nudd, Sarah Palmer, Breyer P-Orridge, Hubert Posey, Kathryn Réfi, Michael Scheurer, Dean Smith, Hannah Smith, Deb Sokolow, Stan Squirewell, Michael Stipe, Erykah Townsend.

Exhibition X
is a loose examination of collage strategies and techniques across a range of media. Rather than organizing the exhibition from a particular thematic point of view, the curators opted for a messier, open-ended approach to bringing work together under one building. The exhibition itself adopts a collage strategy to the overall process of assembling an exhibition by piecing together elements that may seem disparate but create a balanced whole. Collage is often a pragmatic process, grabbing elements at hand to create unexpected images, a quick technique to upend the more formal elements of Fine Art. The strategies of collage are evident across multiple media and art-making communities since the early parts of the 20th Century. Current trends in collage both embrace digital processes and signal a return to handmade objects. A thing versus a file suggesting a thing. Exhibition X leans into physicality, celebrating the objectness of the object. This is what emerges from artists pasting and assembling pieces of this and elements of that into something that resembles a whole idea.

Holding, Group Exhibition
Van Doren Waxter and Kristen Lorello
23 East 73rd Street, NYC

July 12 – August 18, 2023

Curated by Kristen Lorello

Serpentinas (shreds of broken music), 2023
Dye-sublimation print on aluminum
30” x 24”
Edition of 1 + 1AP

from the series Knotted Spiral

Ann Agee, Emma Amos, Amy Brener, Brianna Rose Brooks, Judy Chicago, Theresa Daddezio, Florencia Escudero, Pixy Liao, Lucia Love, Judith Linhare, Anastasia Komar, Senga Nengudi, Lorraine O’Grady, Tura Oliveira, Sarah Palmer, Mariah Robertson, Jackie Saccoccio, Katy Schimert, Erika Somogyi, Xin Son, Maria Stabio, Jessica Stoller

As a unifying theme, the act of holding serves as an evocative lens where abstract interrogations of the physical and cultural experiences of womanhood are observed. The artists interrogate the role of women as builders, archivists, preservers. The subjects of these works are depicted in a multitude of roles, from carriers of human cultural traditions to vital supports for the natural world. These interrogations of gender and womanhood are as mystical as they are corporeal. Meditative abstract works by artists such as Jackie Saccoccio, Theresa Daddezio, and Maria Stabio will be included in the exhibition alongside figurative works by Judy Chicago, Lorraine O'Grady, and Emma Amos, each of whom express their understanding of gender through an embodied physicality of subject. Twenty-two artists will be included in the group exhibition.

Gaze Interrupted, Group Exhibition
CULT Bureau, Oakland, CA

September 17, 2022 - November 19, 2022

Fall of Two Bodies, 2022
Archival Pigment Print
26” x 22”
Edition of 5 + 2AP

Works from the series The Wind Is No House and Darklight

Nafas, Group Exhibition
The Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, NY

September 10, 2022 - October 15, 2022

Birth of the World, 2009
Digital Chromogenic Print
24” x 30”
Edition of 5 + 2 AP

From the series As A Real House

Relentless Melt, Group Exhibition
Launch F18, New York, NY

March 5 – 26, 2022

Certain Obscure Things, 2018
Dye-Sublimation Print on Aluminum
22 1/2 x 15 in (57.1 x 38.1 cm)
Edition of 3

From the series “Rose with Nails for Petals”

Aneta Bartos, Sasha Phyars-Burgess, Barbara Ess, Tommy Kha, Yamamoto Masao, Armando Nin, Sarah Palmer, Ben Renert, Frankie Rice, Hannah La Follette Ryan, Gus Van Sant , Akilah Townsend and John Waters