On the occasion of our recent solo exhibition with EJ Hauser, the catalog Song of Summer was published, featuring all paintings and drawings of the show as well as conversations between EJ Hauser, Melissa Brown and Kathy Butterly.
From October 20, 2023 to February 11, 2024, Kunsthalle Nürnberg, together with Kunsthaus Nürnberg, presents the exhibition WHO'S AFRAID OF STARDUST?, featuring works by 30 artists* who address aspects of queer life and make a substantial contribution to the current debate on diversity through their specific perspectives on social power structures, including six works by artist Katherine Bradford.
X Museum in Beijing, China, presents its inaugural exhibition ‘X PINK 101’ in its new location from May 28 to August 6, 2023. Centred around the colour pink, the exhibition brings together 49 works from the museum collection in its newly restored historic building, marking a fresh chapter of the museum’s inspiring programs.
Never before has such a monumental work been on display at the Emder Kunsthalle as the painting "Beyond the void" by artist Jan Pleitner. Under the German title of the same name, "Jenseits der Leere" ("Beyond the void"), several works by the artist, who lives in East Frisia, have recently been on display - the main work, measuring 3.70 by 7.40 meters, fills one wall in the atrium.The abstract colorful painting was made especially for the exhibition on a canvas in the empty hall of a shipping company in Emden and delivered in its entirety by truck, according to the Kunsthalle. To bring the work into the museum, the window of a side entrance was removed.
The inaugural Ostfriesland Biennale will take place from June 4 until September 4, 2022 and features artworks by about thirty internationally renowned as well as promising contemporary artists at historic locations in the region.
On the 30th anniversary of its presence along the Museum Mile, the Kunstmuseum Bonn is offering a comprehensive view of its collection of contemporary art, which is being freshly presented from new perspectives in twenty rooms. The exhibition includes works that are important for the profile of the collection along with new acquisitions, gifts and loans from private collections.
From Mar 31 – Sep 5, 2022, the ICA Boston presents the exhibition A Place for Me. It celebrates a new generation of artists at the vanguard of contemporary painting. David Antonio Cruz, Louis Fratino, Doron Langberg, Aubrey Levinthal, Gisela McDaniel, Arcmanoro Niles, Celeste Rapone, and Ambera Wellmann are propelling figurative painting’s recent revival by depicting what they love—their friends, lovers, and family; studio spaces and homes; and the scenes that make up their everyday.
The group exhibition picks up on the discourse around the concept of the „non-player character,“ which was originally borrowed from the world of computer games and refers to characters that do not directly follow the will and actions of a player, but are controlled by computer algorithms. These non-player characters act schematically, they run in loops, following pre-programmed instructions.