2 April – 29 May 2022
curated by Dominika Tylcz as part of Interference, CCS Bard, Hessel Museum of Art.
Bat-Ami Rivlin, K.R.M. Mooney, Cudelice Brazelton IV
Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000
Interviewed by Daniel Sharp, March 2022
Public Parking publication
10 December 2021 – 12 February 2022
Bat-Ami Rivlin, Dominic Palarchio, Elzie Williams III
M 2 3
24 Henry Street
New York, NY 10002
Anna Holtz and Bat-Ami Rivlin
6 August – 10 September 2021
Opening Friday, August 6, 2021 from 4 – 8 pm
Copenhagen, DK 2200
Untitled (inflatable house, zip ties, blower)
6 August – 5 September 2021
155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Artforum, Bat-Ami Rivlin / M 2 3 by Jeffrey Kastner
April 27 – May 30, 2021
Viewing by appointment
Backyard Ghost Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
No Can Do
12 February – 21 March 2021
Opening Reception – Friday, 12 February 2021, 4 to 8 pm
M 2 3
24 Henry Street
New York, NY 10002
New Art Dealers Alliance returns to Governors Island’s Colonels Row this year, where they have previously hosted the seasonal exhibition, NADA House, to participate in the Governors Island Residency Initiative. NADA’s 2020 Artists in Residence include Michael Bilsboro, Tony Chrenka, Will Corwin, Ginny Huo, Mo Kong, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, and Bat-Ami Rivlin.
In/Between 2020: TRANSFIGURE
Artists Abril, Castro and DeltaDawn developed the 2020 theme, TRANSFIGURE, before the pandemic and uprisings. At the time, they were considering the upcoming U.S. elections and the call not just to strengthen democratic principles but to affect a transformation. There was/is a need for radical change towards a further completion of the democratic experiment, to equitable and just participation. Immigrant artists are among those at the crux of these conversations.
A.I.R. Gallery and Public Swim are pleased to announce SOFT WINDOWS, a collaborative residency and online platform that the two spaces will be partnering on from August 12 through September 27, 2020.
From August 12 through September 8, Public Swim will host 12 collaborative pairs of artists drawn from the A.I.R. fellowship group and collective. One artist from each pair will use Public Swim as an experimental studio space, creating interventions that will be accessible via the gallery’s front window, while their partner will respond digitally from a separate location.
The collaborative pairs participating in the residencies and exhibition include:
The A.I.R. Fellowship Program was established in 1993 by former artist member, Stephanie Bernheim, in order to support underrepresented and emerging self-identified women and non- binary artists in New York City. Each year, six artists are awarded a year-long fellowship to develop a project at A.I.R.
In the last 27 years, more than 100 artists have had the opportunity to have their first solo exhibition in New York City with the support of the A.I.R. community. The 2020-2021 Fellowship Program received over 300 applications which were reviewed by a panel consisting of artist Gina Beavers, poet and critic Monica de la Torre, and Chapter NY director Nicole Russo. Today, we are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020-2021 A.I.R. Fellowship:
KYOUNG EUN KANG
Seven Artists/Seven Works
M23 inaugural show in the gallery’s new home at 24 Henry Street, Chinatown
The show will include works by:
R. Blair Sullivan
On view March 7 – April 5, 2020
Opening reception Friday, March 6, 7-9pm
Performing Authorship: 31 Days in March
Collaboration with Russell Maltz, curated by Saul Ostrow
Open to the public with new works every weekend of March 2020
A project organized at PS122 Gallery by Saul Ostrow for Critical Practices Inc.’s curatorial program, CPI_CURRICULA. The exhibition assembles the work of eight collaborative teams to author works that are either hybrids, syntheses, or amalgams of the teams’ members sensibilities.
Closing event: Sunday, March 29, 4-7pm
PS122 Gallery, 150 First Avenue, New York, NY
Performing Authorship Publication:
Aesthetically Functional Only, the 2019 Columbia MFA Summer Show is curated this year by Fireplace Project’s director, Edsel Williams.
The show will be up from July 24 through August 10, 2019
1675 Broadway, New York, NY
Summer School, a group show hosted by LatchKey Gallery, will be up at the Core Club June 15 to August 30.
The Core Club is located at 66 East 55 Street, New York NY 10022
The show will host these two RSVP required events:
Artist Reception – Wednesday, June 19, 6-8 pm
NEXT GEN ART Panel discussion – Tuesday, June 25, 6-8 pm
Battleship Potemkin, a group show held at Fredric Snitzer Gallery in Miami. Curated by Rafael Domenech and opening June 28. The show is up through August 24, 2019
Fredric Snitzer Gallery is located at 1540 NE Miami Court, Miami, FL 33132
Landmarks, a three-person show hosted by Bahnhof Gallery will feature works by Greg Allen-Müller, Alexander Muret and myself. Opening Thursday, June 13, 6-8 pm, the show will be open every day 11am to 7pm through June 23st at their beautiful space at 55 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11249.
NARS Foundation Open studios, part of Sunset Park’s Wide Open Spring Edition event, NARS will host installations and open studios on Friday, June 7, 6-9 pm and Saturday, June 8, 12-5 pm.
Bat-Ami Rivlin: It All Trembles
Curated by Nicole Kaack
NARS Foundation, May 3 – 22, 2019
201 46th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11220
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday: 12-5 pm
Columbia MFA Theiss Exhibition, April 27 – May 26, 2019
Curated by Regine Basha
The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
Lenfest Center for the Arts, Columbia University
615 West 129th Street
New York, NY 10027
Gallery hours: Wednesday – Friday, 12-8 pm
Saturday – Sunday, 12-6 pm
Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything
Curated by Chris Gartrell and Jenna Weiss
May 5, 2019
The Jewish Museum
In Response: Leonard Cohen Press:
Photo by Will Ragazzino