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6/10/2017: DAVID SCHUTTER

Congratulations to David Schutter for his inclusion in "Documenta 14", curated by Adam Szymczyk. "Documenta 14" opened today in Kassel, Germany and will run through September 17. Click here for more information.

6/9/2017: JACOB HASHIMOTO

Congratulations to Jacob Hashimoto, whose solo exhibition "Giants and Uncertain Atmospheres" opens today and runs through September 24 at the Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Art in Turku, Finland! Click here for more information.

6/8/2017: SPENCER FINCH

Congratulation to Spencer Finch for his participation in The Modern Art Notes Podcast No. 292! To listen to the podcast click here.

6/6/2017: DERRICK ADAMS

Congratulations to Derrick Adams, whose solo exhibition "Future People" is now on show at the Stony Island Arts Bank in Chicago! Click here for more information.

5/27/2017: SPENCER FINCH

Congratulations to Spencer Finch on his inclusion in the group exhibition "The Western: An Epic in Art and Film" at the Denver Museum of Fine Art! The exhibition will travel to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in October of 2017. Click here for more information.

5/13/2017: JACOB HASHIMOTO

Congratulation to Jacob Hashimoto on his participation in "The End of Utopia: Jacob Hashimoto and Emil Lukas"! This official collateral event to the Venice Biennale will be on show through July 30th. Click here for more information.

5/13/2017: DERRICK ADAMS

Congratulations to Derrick Adams for his inclusion in "Body and Soul. Performance Art - Past and Present"! This group exhibition is an official collateral event of the Venice Biennale and will run through November 26. Click here for more information.

5/13/2017: DEANA LAWSON

Deana Lawson at Rhona Hoffman Gallery is featured as a Critic"s Pick on Visual Art Source! To read more click here.

5/3/2017: NATALIE FRANK

Congratulations to Natalie Frank, whose drawings are included in Bowdoin College Museum of Art"s exhibition "Why Draw? 500 Years of Drawings and Watercolors"! Click here for more information.

5/3/2017: DERRICK ADAMS

Congratulations to Derrick Adams, whose solo exhibition "Patrick Kelly: The Journey" opened today at The Studio Museum in Harlem! Click here for more information.

4/1/2017: SPENCER FINCH

Congratulations to Spencer Finch, whose installation "The Western Mystery" was unveiled today at the Olympic Sculpture Park in the Seattle Art Museum! Click here for more information.

3/15/2017: DEANA LAWSON

Congratulations to Deana Lawson on her inclusion in the Whitney Biennial 2017, co-curated by Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks!! Click here for more information.

3/7/2017: SUSAN HEFUNA

Congratulations to Susan Hefuna on her inclusion in The Guggenheim Abu Dhabi"s group exhibition "The Creative Act: Performance, Process, Presence", which will run through July 29th, 2017! Click here for more information.

3/2/2017: DERRICK ADAMS

Congratulations to Derrick Adams for his solo exhibition "Derrick Adams: Network" at the California African American Museum! The exhibition was curated by Mar Hollingsworth and will run through June 11th, 2017. Click here for more information.

3/1/2017: NATALIE FRANK

Congratulations to Natalie Frank on the release of "The Sorcerer"s Apprentice, An Anthology of Magical Tales"! This collaborative endeavor with Jack Zipes includes twenty black and white illustrations and cover art by Natalie Frank. Click here for more information.

2/5/2017: NATALIE FRANK

Congratulations to Natalie Frank for her inclusion in "Inspired by Matisse" at the Montclair Art Museum! The exhibitions runs through July 29, 2018. Click here for more information.

1/21/2017: DAVID SCHUTTER

Congratulations to David Schutter for his inclusion in "Material Life", a group exhibition curated by Davide Ferri at The Goma in Madrid! Click here for more information.

1/19/2017: NATALIE FRANK

Congratulations to Natalie Frank on her inclusion in the group exhibition "Piss and Vinegar: Two Generations of Provocateurs" curated by Peter Drake and George Adams at New York Academy of Art! Click here for more information.

1/6/2017: NATALIE FRANK

In protest of the election of Donald Trump, RHG artist Natalie Frank, together with Zoe Buckman, will install "We Hold These Truths to Be Self Evident," a mural of egregious, disgusting and humiliating quotes by our politicians about women and our bodies from the past years, alongside a gorgeous, inverted Ingres odalisque, at NY Live Arts. Click here for more information.

1/5/2017: JULIA FISH

Congratulations to Julia Fish for her solo exhibition "Julia Fish: Selected Work" at James Harris Gallery! The exhibition will be up from January 5th to February 11th, 2017. Click here for more information.

1/5/2017: RICHARD REZAC

Congratulations to Richard Rezac for his solo exhibition "Richard Rezac: Selected Work" at James Harris Gallery! The show will be up from January 5th to February 11th, 2017. Click here for more information.

12/10/2016: SPENCER FINCH

Congratulations to Spencer Finch, whose long-term light based installation titled "Cosmic Latte" will go up at MASS MoCA in May 2017! Click here for more information.

12/3/2016: DAVID SCHUTTER

Congratulations to David Schutter for his inclusion in "Der Funk soll in Dir sein" curated by André Butzer! The exhibition runs from 3.12.16 to 14.1.17 at Salon Dahlmann. Click here for more information.

10/15/2016: RICHARD NONAS

Congratulations to Richard Nonas, whose large scale installation "Richard Nonas: ridge (out, away, back)" will be on display in the Bluhm Family Terrace at the Art Institute of Chicago until April 2017. Click here for more information.

10/5/2016: RICHARD NONAS

Congratulations to Richard Nonas, whose powerful sculpture transforms MASS MoCAs largest gallery for "Richard Nonas: The Man in the Empty Space"! Click here for more information.

9/23/2016: RICHARD REZAC

Congratulations to Richard Rezac for his participation in "Faculty Projects" at the Sullivan Galleries! Click here for more information.

9/1/2016: Nathaniel Mary Quinn

Nathaniel Mary Quinn was featured in Whitewall Magazine"s summer design issue as an "An Artist to Watch." Click here for more information.

8/17/2016: DERRICK ADAMS

Derrick Adams curated “The Beat Goes On,” an exhibition featuring work by Elia Alba, Kevin Beasley, Paul D. Miller, a.k.a. D.J. Spooky, and Tameka Norris, a.k.a. Meka Jean. Click here for more information.

8/11/2016: SPENCER FINCH

Congratulations to Spencer Finch, whose public sculpture titled "Spencer Finch: Lost Man Creek" will be installed at MetroTech Commons in downtown Brooklyn! Click here for more information.

8/11/2016: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

"The Flesh Is Yours, The Bones Are Ours" at Rhona Hoffman Gallery and The Graham Foundation was featured in Contemporary Art Daily! Click here for more information.

7/28/2016: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Richard Holland and Duncan Mackenzie featured Michael Rakowitz in a two-part interview featured on Bad at Sports - Contemporary Art Talk. Rakowitz talks about the trajectory of his work and his current exhibition at The Graham Foundation and Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Click on part 1 and part 2 to listen to the 2 part interview.

7/25/2016: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

"The Flesh Is Yours, The Bones Are Ours" exhibition of work by artist Michael Rakowitz was reviewed by NewCity Art. Click here for more information.

7/20/2016: JAMES WINES

Congratulations to James Wines for his interview with Trish Hall in the New York Times. Wines discusses public space in New York and how to transform it. Click here for more information.

6/9/2016: Derrick Adams

Derrick Adams was featured in an interview with Tess Thackara in Artsy Editorial. Adams speaks on his practice, influences, and views on contemporary media and culture, among other things. Click here for more information.

6/9/2016: Derrick Adams

Congratulations Derrick Adams who was featured in both the New York Times. Derrick is participating in "Message in the Streets" this weekend, with a talk between Derrick and Allison Glenn on Sunday at 5pm. Click here for more information.

6/7/2016: Nathaniel Mary Quinn

Nathaniel Mary Quinn"s recent exhibition "Highlights" is currently on view at M + B Gallery. The exhibition was reviewed in the Los Angeles Times. Click here for more information.

6/7/2016: Gordon Parks

Congratulations to Gordon Parks whose current exhibition "Invisible Man: Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison in Harlem" is currently available for viewing at the Art Institute of Chicago. The exhibition was reviewed in The New Yorker and click here for more information.

6/2/2016: Gordon Parks

Artist Gordon Parks" current exhibition "Invisible Man: Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison in Harlem" at The Art Institute of Chicago was reviewed in The New York Times. Click here for more information.

5/31/2016: Nathaniel Mary Quinn

Congratulations to Nathaniel Mary Quinn whose current exhibition "Highlights" at M+B Gallery was reviewed in ArtSlant. Click here for more information.

5/31/2016: Derrick Adams

Derrick Adams" current exhibition "Culture Club" at the Project for Empty Space Gallery was featured in Forbes Magazine. Click here for more information.

5/26/2016: JAMES WINES

Artist James Wines was featured in an interview on "Bad at Sports." Reflecting on the gallery"s 2015 exhibition of Wines" works, this interview looks back at his career, views on architecture, and more. Click here for more information.

5/18/2016: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Congratulations to Judy Ledgerwood whose exhibition "Judy Ledgerwood: Pussy Poppin’ Power," open at Tracy Williams through June 16th, was reviewed in Hyperallergic. Click here for more information.

5/17/2016: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Congratulation to Michael Rakowitz whose upcoming exhibition, "Michael Rakowitz: The Flesh Is Yours The Bones Are Ours" opens Thursday, May 19th, at Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Rakowitz"s exhibition was listed in NewCity Design as the number one event to attend this week in their "Design Top 5" listing. Click here for more information.

5/17/2016: TODD CHILTON

Congratulations to Todd Chilton whose work is included in the group exhibition "Geo Necro" at Ada Gallery.Click here for more information.

4/27/2016: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Artist Michael Rakowitz"s exhibition "The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist" opens Friday April 19th at Barbara Wien Galerie in Berlin. Click here for more information.

4/22/2016: Nathaniel Mary Quinn

Congratulations to Nathaniel Mary Quinn to being named one of the 11 Artists To Have A Break Out Year by Jerry Saltz! Click here for more information.

4/12/2016: JOHN PREUS

Congratulations to John Preus for his exhibition "The Relative Appetite of Hungry Ghosts" being listed as the "Editorial Recommendation" by Visual Art Source. The exhibition is open through April 16th at Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Click here for more information.

4/1/2016: Spencer Finch

Spencer Finch was interviewed in the Telegraph on his art practice and life in the studio. Click here for more information.

3/22/2016: DAVID SCHUTTER

David Schutter"s exhibition "Cinque Mostre" (Five Shows) at the American Academy in Rome was reviewed in ArtForum stating, "for the final exhibition of Rome Prize winners and invited artists, Ilaria Gianni and Saverio Verini have conceived and curated a group using the idea of memory and the past as resource and inspiration." Click here for more information.

3/20/2016: DEANA LAWSON

Deana Lawson"s "Cowboys" and "The Garden" is featured in group exhibition "Non-Fiction" at the Underground Museum, Los Angeles. Click here for more information.

3/10/2016: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch"s exhibition "Saturated Sight" was reviewed in New City Arts. Be sure to see the exhibition at Rhona Hoffman Gallery along with John Preus: The Relative Appetite of Hungry Ghosts. Click here for more information.

2/16/2016: NATHANIEL MARY QUINN

Artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn is included in the group exhibition "Still/Moving: Photographs and Video Art from the DeWoody Collection" at the Norton Museum of Art. The exhibition is open through May 15, 2016. Click here for more information.

2/4/2016: TENSPEED HERO

Artist Luke Batten"s cycling company Tenspeed Hero is having a fashion show, resort wear launch, and 10 year anniversary event at Rhona Hoffman Gallery on Saturday, February 6 from 6-8pm. Click here to RSVP through the Tenspeed Hero website.

2/4/2016: DERRICK ADAMS

Artist Derrick Adams" solo exhibition "Crossroad, A Social Sculpture" opens today, February 4, at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. The exhibition includes Adams" third iteration of his radio station, the Crossroad radio station, which will broadcast every Thursday and Saturday between 12pm and 2pm. Adams will be giving an artist talk at the exhibition tonight from 6-7pm. Click here for more information.

1/28/2016: RICHARD REZAC

Richard Rezac is featured in the exhibition "Dianna Frid & Richard Rezac: Split Complementary" at the Depaul Art Museum. The exhibition opens January 28th and will remain open through April 24th. Click here for more information.

1/27/2016: NATHANIEL MARY QUINN

Nathaniel Mary Quinn is featured in the group exhibition "Like-Ness" at Albertz Benda, New York, NY. The exhibition is open through February 13. Click here for more information.

1/27/2016: DERRICK ADAMS

Artist Derrick Adams is featured in a solo exhibition, "In Black and White, and in Color" at Anne de Villepoix, Paris, France. The exhibition is open through March 19. Click here for more information.

1/27/2016: DAVID SCHUTTER

Artist David Schutter is in the group show "Winter Time" at Aurel Scheibler Gallery, in Berlin. The exhibition will be open through February 20, 2016. Click here for more information.

1/27/2016: DAVID SCHUTTER

Artist David Schutter is in the group exhibition "Native Set Theory" at P420 Arte Contemporanea. The exhibition opens January 30 and will remain open through March 26. Click here for more information.

1/27/2016: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch is included in the group exhibition "Another Minimalism: Art After California Light and Space," by The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland. The exhibition is open through February 21st. Click here for more information.

1/18/2016: Susan Hefuna

Susan Hefuna is included in the group exhibition "Walls and Margins" at the Barjeel Art Foundation Maraya Art Center, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. The exhibition is open through February 1st. Click here for more information.

1/12/2016: Gordon Parks

Gordon Parks: A Segregation Story, 1956 was reviewed in New City Art by Noah Hanna. Hanna states, "these photos are not about segregation as much as they are about capturing the lives of a family within a system of pervasive injustice." The exhibition will be open through February 20th. Click here for more information.

1/7/2016: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson is featured in the solo exhibition "Drawings and Objects" at James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA. The exhibition is open through February 13. Click here for more information.

1/5/2016: Gordon Parks

Time Out Chicago listed "Gordon Parks: A Segregation Story, 1956" as one of the top 10 exhibitions to check out in January. The exhibition opens Friday, January 8th from 5:00pm - 7:30pm. Click here for more information.

12/30/2015: DAVID SCHUTTER

David Schutter is included in the group exhibition Conversation Piece, Part II at Fondazione Memmo Arte Contemporanea. The exhibition opens February 6 and remains open through April 3. Click here for more information.

11/17/2015: DAVID J. GETSY

Rhona Hoffman Gallery and Lisa Wainwright from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Invite you to Chicago launch and book-signing event for David J. Getsy"s new book: Abstract Bodies: Sixties Sculpture in the Expanded Field of Gender Location: Rhona Hoffman Gallery Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 Time: 5pm - 7pm Focusing on artists such as Dan Flavin and David Smith, David Getsy"s Abstract Bodies rewrites the history of abstract sculpture in the 1960s by pursuing questions of genders and their transformability. Getsy is the Goldabelle McComb Finn Distinguished Professor of Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Abstract Bodies was published by Yale University Press in Fall 2015. Click here for more information.

11/12/2015: Anne Wilson

Congratulations to Anne Wilson for being named United States Artists 2015 Distinguished Fellow! Click here for more information.

11/12/2015: DAVID SCHUTTER

Artist David Schutter was featured in the journal Art in Print regarding his work "Study for Autograph Repetition" (2013). The essay was written by Art in Print editor Susan Tallman. Click here for more information.

11/5/2015: NATHANIEL MARY QUINN

Congratulations to artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn. His exhibition "Nathaniel Mary Quinn: Back and Forth" was named the "Best Commercial Gallery Show in the Last Year" by New City Chicago. Click here for more information.

10/28/2015: JAMES WINES

Architect James Wines was interviewed in Blouin ArtInfo regarding his recent exhibition, James Wines: SITE Specific, at Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Click here for more information.

10/28/2015: STEPHANIE BROOKS

Artist Stephanie Brooks has a new edition of works that is available through Art and Culture Projects. The work is an edition of 10 and the work addresses "her deceptively modest shifts in the language or visual content one expects from the signs, nameplates, and other phenomena that structure our cultural and social experience prompt larger questions about the authoritative systems we have elected to live within." Click here for more information.

10/14/2015: NATHANIEL MARY QUINN

Nathaniel Mary Quinn"s exhibition "Back and Forth" was reviewed in New City Chicago. The exhibition is open until October 24th. Click here for more information.

10/7/2015: JAMES WINES

The exhibition "James Wines: SITE Specific Architecture" was featured in The Guardian"s article "Chicago Architecture Biennial secures the city"s place as a mecca for building buffs." The exhibition, along with "Susan Hefuna: Afaz" and "Nathaniel Mary Quinn: Back and Forth" will be on view at Rhona Hoffman Gallery until October 24th. Click here for more information.

10/2/2015: TODD CHILTON

Todd Chilton is in a group show "Structured: New Works by Ann Pibal and Tood Chilton" at Philip Slein Gallery. The exhibition will run October 2 - 31. Click here for more information.

10/2/2015: Spencer Finch

Artist Spencer Finch"s work "Trying To Remember the Color of the Sky on That September Morning," at the National September 11 Memorial Museum was viewed by Pope Francis during his visit to NYC. Click here for more information.

10/2/2015: ANNE WILSON

Artist Anne Wilson is exhibiting work in the exhibition "Pathmakers: Women in Art, Craft and Design, Midcentury and Today" at The Museum of Arts and Design. The exhibition was reviewed in Hyperallergic by writer Allissa Guzman. Click here for more information.

9/28/2015: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Artist Michael Rakowitz is participating in the exhibition "In Search of Matisse,” at the Henie Onstad Kunstsenter museum in Norway. The exhibition was reviewed in the New York Times by Julia Gronnevet. here for more information.

9/10/2015: NATALIE FRANK

Artist Natalie Frank was visited in her studio by Art News" "Habitat" series. In the article, which touches on Frank"s practice, she states “A really important touchstone for me through the years have been mentors—mostly women who have supported me and my work, encouraging its development in often unexpected and highly personal ways.” Click here for more information.

9/9/2015: DEANA LAWSON

Artist Deana Lawson was featured in the New York Times article "The Male Muse, Depicted by Women" which is a selection of works curated by Leanne Shapton exploring eight women who capture the mysterious, beloved, scrutinized subject still rare in the art world: men. Click here for more information.

9/2/2015: RHONA HOFFMAN

Rhona Hoffman was interviewed in Chicago Gallery News where she speaks about her past in the arts, contemporary art, and the gallery"s upcoming exhibition "Nathaniel Mary Quinn: Back and Forth." Click here for more information.

9/2/2015: NATHANIEL MARY QUINN

Upcoming exhibition "Nathaniel Mary Quinn: Back and Forth" was listed in Chicago Magazine as the one of the top 10 best art shows to see this month. Come see the exhibition opening night, Friday Sept 11th, from 5:00 - 7:30 pm. Click here for more information.

9/2/2015: DEANA LAWSON

Congratulations to Deana Lawson on the exhibition opening "Deana Lawson: Ruttenberg Contemporary Photography Series" at the Art Institute of Chicago! The exhibition is open September 5th - January 10, 2016. Click here for more information.

7/8/2015: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Michael Rakowitz was reviewed by the College Art Association (CAA). The CAA addressed Expo Chicago 2014 and Michael Rakowitz"s work at In/Situ projects. Click here for more information.

7/8/2015: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

Artist Siebren Versteeg is featured in the article "Art 2.0" in W-Magazine. The article addresses the relationship between art and digital technology or new media. Click here for more information.

7/8/2015: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Artist Michael Rakowitz received the Graham Foundation"s 2015 "Grant to Individuals" award for his project "The Flesh is Yours, The Bones are Ours." In total, the Graham Foundation awarded $495,350 to 63 projects by individuals. Click here for more information.

7/2/2015: Holiday

Rhona Hoffman Gallery will be closed tomorrow, July 3rd, in observation of July 4th! The gallery will reopen normal summer hours on Tuesday July 7th. Happy Holiday!

6/30/2015: ABSTRACTION: A VISUAL LANGAUGE

Rhona Hoffman Gallery"s current exhibition "Abstraction: A Visual Language" was reviewed in New City Art by Alan Pocaro. The exhibition is open now through July 31st. Click here for more information.

6/25/2015: SUMMER HOURS AT RHONA HOFFMAN GALLERY

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is starting summer hours. From June 25 through July and August the gallery will be closed on Saturday. See below for a fully schedule and be sure to come by the gallery to see the exhibitions "Abstraction: A Visual Language" and "The Ceramics Gallery: featuring the Haas Brothers and Tom Sather." Summer Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm Saturday - Monday: Closed

6/3/2015: NATALIE FRANK

The exhibition Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm, at The Drawing Center (April 10–June 28, 2015), was reviewed in Hyperallergic by writer John Yao. Commenting on Frank"s exhibition, Yao stated, "Frank’s drawings jettison the saccharine in favor of the original weirdness and base irrationality that animates the versions that the Brothers Grimm collected together in a number of volumes published." Click here for more information.

5/21/2015: RHONA HOFFMAN GALLERY

Rhona Hoffman Gallery will be closed on Saturday May 23rd for Memorial Day weekend. The gallery will re-open, normal hours from 10am - 5:30pm, on Tuesday May 26th. Have a great Memorial Day weekend!

5/19/2015: SPENCER FINCH

Artist Spencer Finch is participating in the Creative Time project "Drifting in Daylight: Art in Central Park." His public artwork, "Sunset Soft Serve," is located at the Central Park Conservancy, Manhattan, New York and is open Fridays and Saturdays 12 - 6 pm. According to Creative Time, "After painting a watercolor of the sunset over Central Park, Finch meticulously extracts its hues to color cones of soft-serve ice cream, served free to park-goers in a series of what the artist calls an “edible monochrome.” Each ice cream cone becomes a deliciously poetic gesture in reverence of summer sunsets." Click here for more information.

5/12/2015: ANNE WILSON

Artist Anne Wilson is in the group exhibition "Pathmakers: Women in Art, Craft and Design, Midcentury and Today" at The Museum of Arts and Design, New York. The exhibition is open April 28 - September 27th. The exhibition was featured in ArtForum as their New York critic"s pick. Click here here for more information.

5/12/2015: RHONA HOFFMAN

Congratulations to Dr, Rhona Hoffman on receiving her honorary doctorate from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago yesterday, May 11, 2015! As Rhona said in her acceptance speech, "be true to your convictions, stay fierce, and don"t forget to have a good time."

5/7/2015: DAVID SCHUTTER

Congratulations to artist David Schutter on receiving the 2015-2016 Jules Guerin/Jacob H. Lazarus-Metropolitan Museum of Art Rome Prize. Honorees travel to Rome where they work in an atmosphere ripe for intellectual and artistic experimentation and interdisciplinary exchange. David Schutter was accepted with his proposal Drawing on Drawing to study Baroque drawings in the collection of the Accademia Nazionale di San Luca and the Villa Farnesina. Click here for more information.

5/7/2015: NATALIE FRANK

Artist Natalie Frank is featured in Vulture Magazine for her current exhibition "Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm" at the Drawing Center in New York. The accompanying book, published by Damiani and distributed by D.A.P, is available for pre-order on amazon.com. Click here for more information.

5/1/2015: DAVID SCHUTTER

David Schutter is featured in the solo exhibition "David Schutter: Glove in Hand" at Aurel Scheibler, Berlin. The exhibition opens May 2 - June 27, 2015. Click here for more information.

4/16/2015: GORDON MATTA-CLARK

The exhibition "Gordon Matta-Clark: Circus" was reviewed by New City Chicago. The exhibition is open at Rhona Hoffman Gallery until April 18th. Click here for more information.

4/3/2015: PAULA HAYES

Artist Paula Hayes was featured in Hyperallergic for her exhibition "Gazing Globes" at the Manhattan Madison Square Park. The exhibition is open until April 19. here for more information.

3/28/2015: DOUGLAS DAWSON

Rhona Hoffman Gallery"s upcoming exhibition, Keeping Secrets: The Fetish in African Art, was featured in Tribal Art Magazine Spring edition. The exhibition is open from April 24 - May 30. Click here for more information.

3/26/2015: DERRICK ADAMS

Artist Derrick Adams was featured in the Huffington Post for his exhibition "The Holdout." The exhibition included a pyramid sculpture which housed an online radio station. Click here here for more information.

3/25/2015: JULIA FISH

Artis Julia Fish is exhibiting in her first solo show in New York since 2005. The exhibition "Threshold" presents five new paintings and two earlier paintings and drawings relating to her in-progress series "Threshold." In her threshold series, Fish aligns her focus on various thresholds or transitional spaces. The exhibition is open from March 19 - April 25, 2015. Click here for more information.

3/25/2015: DEANA LAWSON

Artist Deana Lawson is exhibiting in the group show "City Limit." The exhibition is open from March 19 - May 3, 2015. Click here for more information.

3/25/2015: NATALIE FRANK

Artist Natalie Frank is speaking in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York"s "The Artist Project." The project explores the question "what artists see when they look at The Met?" Season one of the web series opens today, March 25th. Click here for more information.

3/1/2015: DERRICK ADAMS

Artist Derrick Adams is featured in a solo exhibition, "The Hold Out," at Aljira: A Center for Contemporary Art. The exhibition consists of a pyramid-like sculpture, with photography and text-based work, and includes a radio station with music, special guests and programming selected by Derrick Adams and the exhibition’s curator, Dexter Wimberly. The exhibition is open from February 12 - April 25, 2015. Click here for more information.

2/13/2015: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Artist Michael Rakowitz was reviewed in the New York Times. Rakowitz is part of the group exhibition "From Ancient to Modern: Archeology and Aesthetics" at New York University. The exhibition was reviewed by Ken Johnson in the New York Times. Click here for more information.

2/6/2015: DERRICK ADAMS

Artist Derrick Adams is featured in a solo exhibition, "The Hold Out," at Aljira: A Center for Contemporary Art. The exhibition consists of a pyramid-like sculpture, with photography and text-based work, and includes a radio station with music, special guests and programming selected by Derrick Adams and the exhibition’s curator, Dexter Wimberly. The exhibition is open from February 12 - April 25, 2015. Click here for more information.

2/6/2015: PAULA HAYES

Paula Hayes is shown in her first outdoor solo exhibition at Mad. Sq. Art. part of the Madison Square Park Conservancy. The exhibition, "Gazing Globes," features eighteen crystal balls that hold the detritus of contemporary culture, including used batteries, computer parts, and other remnants of technology sprinkled with fairy dust made of pulverized CDs. The exhibition is open from February 19 - April 19, 2015. Click herefor more information.

2/6/2015: NATALIE FRANK

Artist Natalie Frank completed the artist book "Tales of the Brothers Grimm" which reinterprets 36 lesser-known unsanitized Grimm fairy tales. The book contains 75 gouache and chalk pastel drawings, cast in a Surrealist dreamscape. The book includes essays by Linda Nochlin, Claire Gilman, conversation with Julie Taymor and an introduction by Jack Zipes. Designed by Marian Bantjes, published by Damiani, and edited by Karen Marta, this volume is the largest collection of Grimms illustrated by a fine artist. The book is available for pre-order on Amazon and Artbook. Click here for more information.

2/6/2015: NEW CATALOGUE

New Catalogue"s current exhibition at Rhona Hoffman Gallery, "This is a Present from a Small Distant World," was reviewed in New City Chicago by Michael Weinstein. The exhibition is open until February 28. Click here for more information.

2/6/2015: SUSAN HEFUNA

Susan Hefuna is exhibited in the group show "Bibliothecaphilia" at MASS MOCA. Bibliothecaphilia explores the medium and ethos of libraries: institutions straddling the public and private spheres, the escapism that libraries offer, libraries’ status as storehouses for physical books — and thus for experiences and knowledge — and the way that these objects circulate and are re-used. The exhibition is open from January 24, 2014 - ongoing. Click here for more information.

2/6/2015: Julia Fish

Artist Julia Fish is featured in the group exhibition "Apparitions: Frottages and Rubbings from 1860 to Now," which opens tomorrow, February 7, 2015, at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition explores the French verb "frotter" meaning "to rub" and is the first museum exhibition to unpack both the historical roots and the contemporary impact of this technique. Click here for more information.

2/1/2015: NATALIE FRANK

Natalie Frank was interviewed in the Huffington Post for her upcoming exhibition "Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm" at the Drawing Center in New York. The accompanying book, published by Damiani and distributed by D.A.P, is available for pre-order on Amazon. Click here for more information.

1/20/2015: SPENCER FINCH

Artist Spencer Finch is speaking at the Hirshhorn Museum in their "Meet the Artist Series" on Thursday, January 22. The talk is at 7pm. Click here for more information.

1/20/2015: NATALIE FRANK

Artist Natalie Frank is in a panel discussion tomorrow, January 21st, at the New York Public Library. Featuring renowned art critic Donald Kuspit, other artists, and moderated by Peter Drake, "The Art of the Figure" panel explores the genesis and progression of figurative art through the ages. Click here for more information.

1/6/2015: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Artist Michael Rakowitz is featured in the group show "Zones of Contention: After the Green Line" at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. This exhibition focuses on artists who examine issues related to the boundaries of Israel and Palestine. The exhibition is open from February 8 - May 3, 2015. Click here for more information.

1/1/2015: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Tonight at the Museum of Modern Art artist Michael Rakowitz will talk as part of the museum"s "Artists Experiment initiative. The talk starts at 6 p.m. Click here for more information.

12/29/2014: SUSAN HEFUNA

Susan Hefuna is part of the group exhibition "Islamic Art Now: Contemporary Art of the Middle East" at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. The exhibition is open from February 1 - ongoing. Click here for more information.

12/29/2014: DERRICK ADAMS

Art in America named Derrick Adams" exhibition "Boroughs" at Rhona Hoffman Gallery as one of the best exhibitions in Chicago in 2014. Click here for more information.

12/22/2014: HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Rhona Hoffman Gallery will be closed for the holidays from December 24, 2014 - January 5, 2015. The gallery will re-open with normal business hours on January 6, 2015. Have a happy holiday from Rhona Hoffman Gallery.

12/20/2014: DERRICK ADAMS

Artist Derrick Adams is featured in Vulture as one of 10 artists commenting on the relationship between their work and Ebony and Jet Magazine. Click here for more information.

12/17/2014: RICHARD HUNT

Artist Richard Hunt is being honored for his sixty year art career at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Hunt turns eighty in 2015, and the MCA celebrates his life and artistic achievements with an MCA DNA exhibition of his sculptures and drawings, dating from the 1950s through the 1990s. Click here for more information.

12/17/2014: RICHARD HUNT

Artist Richard Hunt is being celebrated at the Chicago Cultural Center for his sixty year sculpture career. The exhibition features 60 objects dating from 1954 to 2014, drawn mostly from the artist’s own collection. The exhibition is open until March 29, 2014. Click here for more information.

12/10/2014: MATERIAL GESTURES

The current Rhona Hoffman Gallery group exhibition Material Gestures: Cut, Weave, Sew, Knot was reviewed in New City Art. The exhibition is open until December 23rd. Click here for more information.

12/10/2014: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Artist Michael Rakowitz was featured in Page Six of the New York Post for his work exhibited in the Rhona Hoffman Gallery booth at Art Basel Miami Beach. Rhona Hoffman is quoted describing his project as “....about conflating the break-up of the Beatles with the break up of President Nasser’s Middle East talks." Click here for more information

11/19/2014: DEANA LAWSON

Artist Deana Lawson is participating in the symposium "Un-suspending Disbelief: The Subject of Pictures" at The University of Chicago. The all day symposium takes place on Friday, November 21 with Deana Lawson speaking from 11:30 - 1pm. Click <"http://dova.uchicago.edu/node/1415">here for more information.

11/18/2014: DERRICK ADAMS

Artist Derrick Adams is exhibiting in the group show "Go Stand Next to the Mountain." The exhibition includes artists whose works examine "a personal "lived experience" or Phenomenology: the study and interpretation of structures, events and objects in one"s consciousness and life." The exhibition is open at Hales Gallery from November 28 - January 24, 2015. Click here for more information.

11/15/2014: NATALIE FRANK

Artist Natalie Frank is on the panel discussion "Women Collectors and "Matrons" in Today"s World" on women artists, patrons, and collectors in today"s art world. The discussion is held at the Jewish Museum on Monday, November 17th at 7pm. Click here for more information.

11/4/2014: JUDY LEDGERWOOD AND TODD CHILTON

Artists Judy Ledgerwood and Todd Chilton are part of the group exhibition, Rocket Run: Abstractions from Chicago, curated by artist Alexander Herzog. The exhibition is open from October 22 - November 23 at the Elder Gallery, Nebraska Wesleyan University. Click here for more information.

11/4/2014: PAULA HAYES

Artist Paula Hayes is exhibited in the group show "The Objects Biennial," at R and Company. The exhibition will be on view November 18, 2014 through January 10, 2015. Click here for more information.

10/28/2014: KUTLUG ATAMAN

Kutlug Ataman"s film "The Lamb,” was awarded the top prize at the 51st Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival. The work is described as drama infused with humor set in poverty-stricken Anatolia. Click here for more information.

10/23/2014: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

Artist Siebren Versteeg is featured in a group exhibition "By Proxy." The exhibition addresses the ways in which technology, other artisans, context, chance and culture have a role in the making of the work. Click here for more information.

10/22/2014: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Artist Michael Rakowitz examined the disappearance of Arab Jewish identity in the context of his recent project Dar Al Sulh, a temporary restaurant serving Iraqi Jewish cuisine in Dubai, for Creative Time Reports’ Summit Series. Click here for more information.

10/16/2014: NATALIE FRANK

Congratulations to artist Natalie Frank who was selected for the Dieu Donne artist residency. The residency is offered to four New York State emerging artists each year to create new work in handmade paper. The artists learn and make paper from master papermakers over the course of a year concluding with an exhibition. Click here for more information.

10/16/2014: NATALIE FRANK

Artist Natalie Frank will be participating in the panel discussion "Women Collectors and Patrons in Today¹s Art World" at the Jewish Museum, New York, on Monday, November 17 at 7 pm. Click here for more information.

10/14/2014: DERRICK ADAMS

Artist Derrick Adams was interviewed for the Arts and Culture section of the Huffington Post. The interview explores Adams" current exhibition "Derrick Adams: Live and in Color," opened at the Tilton Gallery, and his past exhibitions and art practice. Click here for more information.

10/10/2014: DERRICK ADAMS

Derrick Adams is performing "Derrick Adams: The Entertainer" tonight, October 10th, at 7:30 p.m. as part of the group exhibition Szalon at the Logan Center for the Arts. The artist will perform a musical interpretation of white, gray, and black noise composed by Philippe Treuille with video projection by Ramon Silva. Using live sound and video, The Entertainer uses graphic imagery inspired by Russian Constructivism and propaganda to comment on media bombardment. Click herefor more information.

10/10/2014: ROBERT HEINECKEN

Robert Heinecken is featured in the exhibition "Robert Heinecken: Object Matter" at the The Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Culture Center at UCLA. The exhibition is a focused presentation of his major works, emphasizing early experiments that investigated technique and materiality and sought to destabilize the very definition of photography. The exhibition is open from now until January 18th, 2014. Click here for more information.

10/10/2014: SPENCER FINCH

Artist Spencer Finch is featured is the exhibition "Spencer Finch: Ulysses (September 19, 2014)" at Marfa Contemporary. Titled after James Joyce"s novel, whose events famously unwind on a single day, Spencer Finch"s new work is a conceptually condensed chronicle of one day"s journey, recorded as a series of fleeting color sensations. The exhibition is open until January 4th, 2014. Click here for more information.

10/10/2014: DERRICK ADAMS

"Since first appearing on the scene over a decade ago, Derrick Adams has been multidisciplinary with a vengeance." - Roberta Smith reviews Derrick Adams in The New York Times. Adam"s exhibition ‘Live and in Color’ at the Tilton Gallery is open through October 18th. Click here for more information.

10/10/2014: DEANA LAWSON

Artist Deana Lawson is part of the group exhibition, "Exhibitions: Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Beyond." The exhibition reflects the rich creative diversity of Brooklyn, and presents work by thirty-five Brooklyn-based artists or collectives." The exhibition is open until January 4th, 2014. Click this text wrapped in the Atag will link ">here for more information.

10/9/2014: DAVID SCHUTTER

Artist David Schutter is featured in an article reviewing his recent exhibitions at Rhona Hoffman Gallery, "What is Not Clear is Not French," and the Logan Center for the Arts, "Rendition." His work is described as, "quasi-monochromatic oil paintings, both luminous and grey, a deft riposte to Wittgenstein’s claim that the two cannot co-exist." Click here for more information.

10/3/2014: KEHINDE WILEY

Kehinde Wiley is interviewed about his recent exhibition, "An Economy of Grace," and coinciding documentary. The documentary has garnered recognition from the Toronto Reel Artists Film Festival and South By Southwest Film Festival, where it won the Jury Prize for Best Documentary Short. Click here for more information.

9/26/2014: RICHARD TUTTLE

Richard Tuttle was interviewed about his upcoming exhibition, "Richard Tuttle: I Don’t Know, or The Weave of Textile Language," at the Tate Modern. The exhibition opens October 14th, 2014. Click here for more information.

9/26/2014: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson is featured in the New York Observer for her performance piece "To Cross (Walking New York)," which runs concurrently with the group show "Thread Lines" at The Drawing Center. "Meticulously layered in a standard weaving cross pattern around the four twelve-foot columns in the center of the main gallery, the work is to be created over the duration of two months as performers walk around the columns carrying a spool of neon colored threads." Click here for more information.

9/26/2014: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch has created a new site specific installation, "There is Another Sky," which was unveiled this week. The installation is a glass canopy along with 100 choreographed LED lights. Click here for more information.

9/23/2014: JENNY HOLZER

Jenny Holzer is featured in the exhibition "Dust and Paintings" at Cheim and Read in New York. The exhibition is open until October 25th. Click here for more information.

9/18/2014: ART50 BY NEW CITY

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to announce that Michael Rakowtiz, Anne Wilson, Julia Fish, Richard Rezac, and Judy Ledgerwood are named in this year"s Art50 by Newcity. The article highlights they"re accomplishments, and we are delighted that they are receiving recognition for their efforts. Click herefor more information.

9/18/2014: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

Michael Rakowitz and Alfredo Jaar are featured in Newcity"s article discussing the involvement of socially based art in this year"s EXPO Chicago. here.

9/10/2014: ANDRE BUTZER AND DAVID SCHUTTER

Andre Butzer is curating the group exhibition, "Hyperions Jugend," at Gallery Hammelehle and Ahrens, Cologne, Germany. David Schutter and Andre Butzer"s works will be exhibited, along with other artists. The exhibition is open from September 5th - October 30th, 2014. Click here for more information.

9/10/2014: DAVID SCHUTTER

David Schutter is part of the group exhibition "Der Kubist Marcel Duchamp mag nicht malen," at Galerie Thomas Schulte. The exhibition is open until September 27th, 2014. In this exhibition, his "main interest is the painterly process, which he investigates as a scientist, studying the technicality and the metaphysical. In this case not the medium should be questioned, but the painted picture itself." Click here for more information.

9/9/2014: DERRICK ADAMS AND DAVID SCHUTTER

Derrick Adams and David Schutter are featured in a group exhibition at the Logan Center for the Arts, Chicago. In conjunction with the exhibition, Derrick Adams will be performing a musical interpretation on October 10th. Click here for more information.

9/5/2014: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

We are excited to exhibit Judy Ledgerwood"s new "Captiva" series in our EXPO Chicago booth and our upstairs gallery space during the Natalie Frank/Paula Hayes exhibitions, opening September 12th. Read more about Ledgerwood"s residency at Robert Rauschenberg"s beach house in the link here .

9/4/2014: MICHAEL RAKOWITZ

We are pleased to feature three different artworks by Michael Rakowitz at EXPO Chicago, 2014. Two artworks, "May the Arrogant not Prevail" and "The Invisible Enemy Should not Exist," will be exhibited In/Situ EXPO Chicago. His third artwork, “Every Weapon Is A Tool If You Hold It Right,” will be exhibited in the In/Situ outside section of EXPO. For more information on the In/Situ outside section click here.

9/4/2014: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson is part of a group exhibition at The Drawing Center, New York. The exhibition, "Thread Lines," opens September 19th, 2014 and features artworks that "activate the expressive and conceptual potential of line and illuminate affinities between the mediums of textile and drawing." In conjunction with the exhibition, Wilson is performing a site-specific piece that transforms the gallery space into a weaving loom. On September 25th, curator Joanna Kleinberg Romanow, will lead a walkthrough talk of the exhibition. See here for more information.

9/4/2014: ROBERT HEINECKEN

Robert Heinecken is participating in the Gwanju Biennale. His artwork "Waking Up in News America" will be exhibited and the Biennale, which opens tomorrow, September 5th. Click here for more information.

9/4/2014: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Judy Ledgerwood will have artworks publicly displayed on billboards in downtown Chicago, River North, Gold Coast and along major expressways during Expo Chicago. The works will debut on September 13th, and can also be seen on Expo Chicago shuttles. Click here for more information.

8/14/2014: SUMMER VACATION

The gallery will be closed from August 16th - September 1st for summer vacation. Enjoy the rest of the summer!

8/5/2014: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson will have work featured in the exhibition "Fiber: Sculpture 1960-Present" at The Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. The exhibition also includes works by Ernesto Neto, Olga de Amaral and Eva Hesse. It opens October 1, 2014 and is on view until January 4, 2015. Click here for more information.

7/29/2014: DERRICK ADAMS & DEANA LAWSON

Derrick Adams and Deana Lawson will be featured in a group exhibition this coming fall at the Brooklyn Museum. "Crossing Brooklyn" will "feature work in virtually every medium, including, painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, installation, video, and performance". It opens on October 3, 2014. Click here for more information.

7/17/2014: SUSAN HEFUNA

Susan Hefuna is featured in a group show at the New Museum in New York. "Here and Elsewhere" is a major exhibition of contemporary art from and about the Arab world. It is open until September 28, 2014. Click here for more information.

7/10/2014: DERRICK ADAMS

Derrick Adams has work featured in a group exhibition titled, "Relevance: Perspectives of the African-American Experience" at Quintenz Gallery in Aspen, Colorado. There will be an artist talk on July 15 and the show will remain open until September 8, 2014. Click here for more information.

5/28/2014: TODD CHILTON

Todd Chilton will have new work in a group exhibition entitled "This One"s Optimistic: Pincushion", at the New Britain Museum of American Art in Connecticut. The show opens June 7th. Click here for more information.

5/27/2014: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch has created a site specific installation for his solo exhibition at Turner Contemporary in Margate. The show also features others work that are accompanied by a group of JMW Turner’s watercolours selected by Finch from the Tate collection. The show is open until September 21, 2014. Click here for more information.

5/13/2014: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch will be speaking at Tate Modern as part of the American Artist Lecture Series on Thursday, May 29th. Click here for more information.

5/13/2014: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch will exhibit new work at The Morgan Library and Museum in New York. The installation will feature panes of glass with films of color on the 4-story windows to "create a kind of calendar based on the movement of the sun". The exhibit will be on display June 20, 2014 - January 11, 2015. Click here for more information.

4/25/2014: DERRICK ADAMS

Derrick Adams is the most recent artist to participate in The Laundromat Project. Adams has created a limited edition print available for purchase that supports the community oriented, non-profit arts organization. Click here for more information and to order your print!

4/9/2014: SPENCER FINCH

New and recent works by Spencer Finch will be on display at Turner Contemporary alongside a selection of JMW Turner"s watercolors (chosen by Finch) from the Tate in London. This is Finch"s first solo exhibition in an English Gallery in over 5 years. It will be on display from May 24 - September 21, 2014. Click here for more information.

3/28/2014: KARTHIK PANDIAN

Karthik Pandian presents new work in a solo exhibition at Betonsalon in Paris, France. "Confessions" marks Pandian"s residency at the Centre international d’accueil et d’échanges des Récollets. Click here for more information.

3/13/2014: JACOB HASHIMOTO

Jacob Hashimoto"s "Gas Giant" is on view at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art Pacific Design Center. "Gas Giant" was first exhibited at the gallery in Fall of 2012. It is on display until June 8, 2014. Click here for more information.

3/13/2014: SUSAN HEFUNA

Hefuna"s solo exhibition "Another Place" opens at the Sharjah Art Foundation in the United Arab Emirates on March 15. The show features over 200 works created since 1984. Congratulations Susan! Click here for more information.

1/24/2014: RICHARD REZAC

Yale University has acquired a bench by Richard Rezac for their department of American Decorative Arts. The wooden bench was manufactured in Chicago and can be seen in this catalog.

1/17/2014: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich"s "Copia—Retails, Thrift, and Dark Stores, 2001-2011" will be on view at the Haggerty Museum of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This is the 4th showing of the traveling exhibition and will be on view until May 18, 2014. Click here for more information.

1/15/2014: TODD CHILTON

Todd Chilton has new geometric abstract works on display at Feature INC. in New York. "Stairs and Ramps" is up until February 16th, 2014. Click here for more information.

1/10/2014: DERRICK ADAMS

On January 15th, 2014, chef and restauranteur, Marcus Samuelsson will sit down with Derrick Adams to discuss art and food at Ginny"s Supper Club in New York City. This intimate dinner will be honoring Adams, as much of his work is installed at Samuelsson"s restaurant, Red Rooster. Click here for tickets.

1/9/2014: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch will reveal a new work at the Montclair Art Museum"s 100th Anniversary Celebration on January 15th. "Yellow" is composed of various colored slides light by LEDs, creating a warm and inviting light to viewers. Click here for more information.

1/3/2014: LAMOCA to present Jacob Hashimoto: "Gas Giant"

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Jacob Hashimoto"s installation "Gas Giant," first shown at Rhona Hoffman Gallery in his fall 2012 solo exhibition. The LAMOCA exhibition marks Hashimoto"s first solo museum exhibition in California and be on view March 1 to June 8, 2014 at MOCA Pacific Design Center. For more information, click here.

1/3/2014: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Ledgerwood will be featuring new work in "Chromatic Paintings for the Graham Foundation". Opening January 23rd, the solo show will feature Ledgerwood’s large scale works that incorporate fluorescent paint and her signature floral patterns. The show is open until April 5, 2014. Click here for more information.

12/11/2013: DERRICK ADAMS

Congratulations to Derrick Adams on his first solo exhibition at Hales Gallery in London. "Aestheticized Reductions of Self-Representation" features a selection of new mixed media collages and is open until January 11th, 2014. Click here to see images of the show.

12/11/2013: XAVIERA SIMMONS

XAVIERA SIMMONS Xaviera Simmons has a solo exhibition entitled "Open" at David Castillo gallery in Miami, Florida. On view until January 31th, 2014. Click here for more information.

11/13/2013: MCA CHICAGO

Artists Michael Rakowitz, David Schutter and Siebren Versteeg all have works on display at MCA Chicago as a part of the exhibition "The Way of the Shovel: Art as Archaeology". The show is open until March 9, 2014.

11/12/2013: FRED SANDBACK

Fred Sandbacks sculptures will be on view alongside painter Martin Barre"s work at Galerie Hubert Winter in Vienna, Austria until November 23rd. Click here for more information.

11/9/2013: SPENCER FINCH

Finch"s new light installation, "Back to Kansas" is on display at a storefront in Los Altos, California as part of "Project Los Altos: SFMOMA in Silicon Valley" until March 2 as SF MoMA renovates. Click here for more information.

11/6/2013: HAMISH FULTON

Hamish Fulton has a new exhibition entitled "Walking" at the Regional Center of Contemporary Art in the South of France. The show focuses on Fulton"s primary practice of creating art through walking. The exhibition is on view until February 2, 2014. Click here for more information.

11/5/2013: JULIA FISH + SHIFTER

Julia Fish is a contributing author in "Other Spaces"- Shifters 21st issue, "considers the body as a site where architecture’s traditional polarities of private and public collapse." The launch party is Friday, November 8. Or you can purchase the book online here.

10/22/2013: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Judy will be giving a lecture as part of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Visiting Artist Series. Click here for more information.

10/22/2013: DERRICK ADAMS

On Saturday, November 9th, Derrick Adams will be performing as a part of Performa 13 in New York City. Commissioned by the Calder Foundation and hosted by Salon 94, the performance features an original score by composer Philippe Treuille. Click here for more information.

10/1/2013: SPENCER FINCH

Our current exhibition, Spencer Finch: Study for Disappearance has been featured on the Architectural Digest website. The exhibition is on display until October 19th. Click here to read the feature.

9/27/2013: CARRIE MAE WEEMS

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation has awarded Carrie Mae Weems a Lifetime Achievement Award. Congratulations, yet again, Carrie!

9/26/2013: SPENCER FINCH

For three more days, Spencer Finchs work will be on display as part of a group show at the Henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington. The Ghost of Architecture: Recent and Promised Gifts, "focuses on contemporary works that invoke architecture without citing it directly". Click here for more information.

9/23/2013: CARRIE MAE WEEMS

Congratulations to Carrie Mae Weems, who has been awarded a MacArthur Foundation Grant! Weems will be exhibiting new work in a solo exhibition at the gallery beginning October 25th. Click here for a full list of grantees.

9/20/2013: JULIA FISH

Julia Fish will be featured in the group exhibition "Under Investigation: Recent work by Jim Lutes, Laura Letinsky, and Julia Fish" (September 20- November 2, 2013), at Valerie Carberry Gallery. Artist reception September 20, 6-8pm.

9/14/2013: JULIA FISH

There will be a gallery talk with artist Julia Fish on Saturday, September 14th, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. She will discuss her work in the exhibition "Homebodies", as well as the domestic site as both subject and context for art-making, with architect Dan Wheeler. Click here for more information.

9/12/2013: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson is featured in a group exhibition at the Monroe-Brown Gallery at Western Michigan University. "Division of Labor: Anne Wilson, John Paul Morabito, and Fernando Orellana" is up until October 11, 2013. Click here for more information.

9/11/2013: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich will be featured in group show at the Faulconer Gallery at Grinnell College in Iowa. "Stocked: Contemporary Art from the Grocery Aisles" will be on view from September 20 to December 15, 2013. Click here for more information.

9/10/2013: ARTSY

We have been featured as 1 of 5 Galleries to Follow by the Artsy Editorial Team. Thank you Artsy! Click here for the rest of the list.

9/6/2013: 500 Best Galleries Worldwide

We are excited to announce that we have been selected as one of the Best 500 Galleries Worldwide by Modern Painters Magazine! Click here for the entire list.

9/4/2013: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

Locust Projects in Miami will feature a collaborative exhibition including new works by Siebren Versteeg. The exhibition is on view from September 19th to October 12th. A conversation with the artists and Chicago"s Zachary Cahill will take place on September 19th. Click here for more information.

9/3/2013: DERRICK ADAMS

Derrick Adams will have a solo exhibition of performance based photography and video work at Louis B. James in New York. "In the Company of Others" will be on display from September 8th to October 19th. Click here for more information.

7/30/2013: MEL BOCHNER

Mel Bochner returns to the Serralves Museum with another solo exhibition entitled "If the Colour Changes", following last years "Circa 1968" show. His work will be on display until October 2013. Click here for more information.

7/25/2013: KARTHIK PANDIAN

Karthik Pandian has been chosen by curator of the New Museum, Gary Carrion-Murayari to be included in One Torino, a new annual initiative produced by Artissima. The project will feature 5 group exhibitions in 5 venues throughout the city of Torino, Italy. Karthiks work will be on display at Palazzo Cavour. Click here for more information!

7/23/2013: SUSAN HEFUNA

From September 16 - 18, Susan Hefuna and choreographer Luca Veggetti will collaborate in NOTATIONOTATIONS at the Drawing Center in New York City. These performances, will feature Hefuna drawing a series of webs and lines while dancers move throughout the space, erasing the drawn surface. The collaboration is followed by a week long exhibition of Hefunas new video work. Click here for more information.

7/17/2013: VITO ACCONCI

A selection of Vito Acconci"s body of work will be featured along side Franco Vaccari during the Venice Biennial at the Palazzo Pesaro Papafava. The exhibition runs until September 1, 2013. Click here for more information.

7/12/2013: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Judy Ledgerwood will be creating a site-specific wall painting for the Smart Museum of Art, here in Chicago. The three-wall piece will occupy the museums reception hall and is on display from December 23, 2013 to December 7, 2014. Click here for more information!

7/11/2013: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson will be included in the first Hangzhou Triennal of Fiber Arts, taking place this September in Hangzhou, China. Click here for more information.

6/29/2013: JULIA FISH

Julia Fish is featured in the Museum of Contemporary Art"s "Homebodies" (June 29-Oct 13, 2013). Curated by Naomi Beckwith, the exhibition presents contemporary artists for whom "home" is an integral site for making art. Fish"s painting diptych "East Stair with West Stair," 2008-09, comes from her ongoing studio investigation into her home and studio"s physical details.

6/23/2013: CARRIE MAE WEEMS

"Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video" opens at the Cleveland Museum of Art on June 30th, where it will be on view through September 29th. Click here for more information.

6/18/2013: GORDON MATTA-CLARK, SUZANNE HARRIS, AND TINA GIROUARD: THE 112 GREENE STREET YEARS

Newcity profiled 112 Greene Street curator Jessamyn Fiore. Read it here.

6/18/2013: SUSAN HEFUNA

Rose Issa Projects is featuring new work by Susan Hefuna. This is her second solo exhibition in London. Click here for more information.

5/18/2013: JULIA FISH AND RICHARD REZAC

Julia Fish and Richard Rezac are included in the Museum of Contemporary Art"s "MCA DNA: Conceptual Abstraction," curated by Lynne Warren. The exhibition centers on Chicago-based artists whose work in the late 1980s and early 90s shows Minimalist and Conceptual influences. On view May 18- Sept 29, 2013; read more here.

5/7/2013: JACOB HASHIMOTO

Jacob Hashimoto"s "Gas Giant" will be on display in Venice at Fondazione Querini Stampalia beginning May 28th. "Gas Giant" was first exhibited at RHG in September 2012. Click here for more information.

5/7/2013: MEL BOCHNER

Beginning May 10th, Mel Bochner will be revisiting his sculptural past at Peter Freeman, INC, in NYC in a show entitled Proposition and Process: A Theory of Sculpture (1968 -1973. It runs until July 29th. Click here for more information.

4/26/2013: JULIA FISH

Julia Fish will be exhibiting new works in a group show at the Federica Schiavo Gallery in Rome, May 22 - July 31, 2013. Click here for more information.

4/19/2013: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch will be exhibiting new work at the James Cohan Gallery in "Fathom", beginning May 2. For more information click here.

4/12/2013: SUSAN HEFUNA

CONGRATULATIONS to Susan Hefuna who was awarded the Daniel and Florence Guerlain Foundation 2013 Drawing Prize today!

4/2/2013: TODD CHILTON

Todd Chilton is featured in a group show entitled "Introductions" at the Philip Slein Gallery in St. Louis, Missouri. The show is open until April 27, 2013.

3/27/2013: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich"s work is currently included in a group show at the Ulrich Museum of Art in Wichita, Kansas. The show, entitled, "Stocked: Contemporary Art from the Grocery Aisles" will be open until April 14th, 2013. Click here for more information.

3/26/2013: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch"s A Cloud Index has been selected to be built into the canopy of the Paddington Crossrail Station in London. Click here for more information.

3/26/2013: KARTHIK PANDIAN

Karthik Pandian will be exhibiting recent works in a group exhibition entitled Film as Sculpture at the Wiels Contemporary Art Center in Brussels, Belgium from June 8 until August 18, 2013. Click here for more information.

2/27/2013: Rhona Hoffman Gallery at The Armory Show March 6-10

We are very excited to be participating in the centennial edition of The Armory Show, beginning next week March 6th until March 10th in New York City. Click here for a preview!

1/9/2013: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich will be exhibiting two, extensive bodies of work at VCU Anderson Gallery in Richmond, VA. Copia—Retails, Thrift, and Dark Stores, 2001-2011 & Retail, Relics and Ephemera opens January 18th. Click here for more information.

1/4/2013: RICHARD REZAC

Richard Rezac is currently exhibiting new works at the James Harris Gallery in Seattle. The show is up until February 16. Click here for more information.

12/21/2012: SUSAN HEFUNA

We are pleased to announce that artist Susan Hefuna has been nominated for the French Foundation Guerlain"s Drawing Prize for 2013! Read morehere.

12/19/2012: HOLIDAY HOURS

We wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season! The Gallery will be closed Saturday December 22 and will resume regular hours on Wednesday January 2, 2013

11/14/2012: KEHINDE WILEY

A review of Kehinde Wiley"s "The World Stage: France 1880-1960" at Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris appeared in Fjords Review. Read the review online here

11/9/2012: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch will be showing new works in a solo exhibition entitled "Not precisely knowing, not precisely knowing not" at Lisson Gallery. The exhibit opens on November 16. Click here for more information.

10/26/2012: VITO ACCONCI

We are pleased to announce that Vito Acconci has been named Designer of the Year by Design Miami. Click here for more information about his acclaimed work.

10/19/2012: LUIS GISPERT

Luis Gispert will be speaking as part of the Form Fit Lecture Series at Gallery 400 this coming Tuesday, October 23rd at 7:00PM. Click Here for more information.

10/16/2012: RICHARD REZAC

Richard Rezac is currently showing in a solo exhibition in the Laura Mesaros Gallery at West Virgina University. Entitled Richard Rezac: Sculpture 2003-2012, this retrospective is open until December 6.

10/12/2012: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich will be giving a lecture at Columbia College for the Filter Photo Festival Thursday, October 18 at 7:30pm. Click here for more information about the Filter Photo Festival.

9/7/2012: CHRIS DORLAND

Chris Dorland will be showing new works at Winkleman Gallery in a solo exhibition entitled, Permanent Vacation, September 7 - October 20, 2012.

CHRIS DORLAND
PERMANENT VACATION
September 7 - October 20, 2012
Opening Reception: Friday, Sept 7, 6-8pm
Winkleman Gallery
621 West 27th Street
New York, NY 1000

8/28/2012: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson is currently featured in DALLAS BIENNIAL12 VOLUME 2, an online exhibition. You can see her feature here: Anne Wilson: Walking the Warp>.

8/25/2012: RICHARD REZAC

Richard Rezac will be showing work in the exhibition, "Drawings for Sculpture," at the School Art Institute of Chicago"s Sullivan Galleries. The show will be up from August 25th - October 6th with a reception on September 14th from 4:30-7:00pm.

8/21/2012: MICKALENE THOMAS

Mickalene Thomas has been featured in the September Issues of Vogue and W Magazine, and Rolling Stone Germany August issue.

Her retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum was listed in Jerry Saltz" Fall Picks, it opens on September 20th- January 20.

8/12/2012: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

Siebren Versteeg will be showing new works at The Suburban this August. For more information please visit: http://www.thesuburban.org/

8/10/2012: MICKALENE THOMAS

A review of "tête-à-tête" organized by Mickalene Thomas at Yancey Richardson Gallery appeared in The New York Times. Read the review online here

7/10/2012: JULIA FISH

Julia Fish will be engaging in a public conversation with James Rondeau, Curator and the Frances and Thomas Dittmar Chair of the Department of Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago, at the Arts Club, “A Conversation about Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective”, on Tuesday July 10, 2012 at 11:30 am. For more information please visitThe Arts Club Chicago.

6/27/2012: SUSAN HEFUNA

We are pleased to announce that Susan Hefuna will be exhibiting at the 18th Biennale of Sydney, June 27th - September 16th, 2012. Hefuna facilitated several exchanges between London and Cairo from 2009–11 as part of the Serpentine Gallery Edgware Road Project. The Project was joined by students from a local school in London and Egyptian participants from the SAWA workshops at the Townhouse Gallery in Cairo. The work consists of several tents created in Cairo and a ‘wishing structure’ of handwritten wishes on cotton ribbons from participants in London and Cairo, which are attached to the palmwood structure from Egypt. The installation also contains video interviews with 40 Egyptian participants about their personal experiences and lives in Cairo since January 2011, together with a sound component, bringing the atmosphere of Cairo to Sydney. Biennale visitors are invited to contribute their personal wishes and knot these to the palmwood structure. For more information please visit: http://bos18.com/artist?id=54

6/14/2012: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson"s work is included in the Dublin Biennial! Please click here for more information.

6/6/2012: ROBERT OVERBY

Robert Overby"s exhibitions at Andrew Kreps Gallery and Fredericks & Freiser are reviewed in the Artforum Summer Edition on p. 313.

5/22/2012: SUSAN HEFUNA

Please follow the link for a review of Susan Hefuna"s current exhibition in Art New City: Recomended: Susan Hefuna at Rhona Hoffman Gallery.

5/17/2012: ROBERT OVERBY

Robert Overby"s exhibition at Marc Selwyn is reviewed in the LA Times. Please follow the link to read the full article: Review: Attraction at play in "Robert Overby" at Marc Selwyn

5/1/2012: DERRICK ADAMS

We are pleased to announce Derrick Adam"s participation with The Studio Museum in Harlem in celebrating the Frieze Art Fair with a special evening including a site-specific performance of his ongoing solo project Communicating with Shadows. For more information please visit: Studio Museum: Frieze Uptown Friday featuring Derrick Adams and Edgar Arceneaux.

4/27/2012: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

We are pleased to announce Judy Ledgerwood"s particition in Spectral Landscape at Gallery 400 Chicago, opening on Friday April 27. Please follow the link for more information: Spectral Landscape (with Viewing Stations)Curated by Pamela Fraser and John Neff

4/25/2012: tête-à-tête

Our current exhibition, tête-à-tête, curated by Mickalene Thomas is revied in Time Out Chicago. Please follow the link to read the full review: Mickalene Thomas curates Tête-à-Tête at Rhona Hoffman Gallery

4/25/2012: LUIS GISPERT

We are pleased to announce Luis Gispert"s participation in the exhbition Out Of Focus at Saatchi Gallery, London, April 25 - July 22, 2012. Please visit Saatchi Online for more information.

4/20/2012: Mickalene Thomas"s show reviewd in L.A. Times

A review of Mickalene Thomas recent show at the Santa Monica Museum of Art appeared in the Los Angeles Times. Please follow the link to read Mickalene Thomas, up close and very personal

4/18/2012: MICKALENE THOMAS

We are pleased to annouce the first major solo museum exhibition for highly acclaimed multi-media artist Mickalene Thomas at The Santa Monica Museum of Art. he exhibition opened at SMMoA on April 14, 2012 and continues through August 19, 2012. It will then travel to the Brooklyn Museum for display from September 28, 2012 to January 20, 2013. More Information: http://www.artdaily.org/index.asp?int_sec=11&int_new=54814[/url] Copyright © artdaily.org More Information: http://www.artdaily.org/index.asp?int_sec=11&int_new=54814[/url] Copyright © artdaily.org Please follow the link for more information:

4/18/2012: KEHINDE WILEY

A review of Kehinde Wiley"s recent show at the Jewish Museum appeared in the magazine"s monthly edition. Please follow the link to read “The Head Must be Proud” Kehinde Wiley’s The World Stage: Israel at The Jewish Museum, New York by Sarah Hassan.

4/17/2012: tête-à-tête

Our current exhibition "tête-à-tête" is reviewed on Sixty Inches from Center. Please follow this link to read the full review with images: Experiencing Tête-à-tête: An Engagement with Performative Processes and Black Identity

4/11/2012: ANDRÉ BUTZER

We are pleased to announce a solo exhibition by André Butzer at Galerie Christine Mayer opening April 13, 2012. For more information please visit: http://www.galeriechristinemayer.de/

Butzer is featured on Modern Edition: Artometer - ups, down, highs and lows of the art world. You can read it here: A new buzz around Butzer

4/6/2012: LUIS GISPERT

We are pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Luis Gispert at OHWOW, Los Angeles. Please follow this link for more information: Luis Gispert: All Oyster, No Pearl.

Luis Gispert
All Oyster, No Pearl
April 7 - May 12, 2012
937 North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90069
Opening reception: Saturday, April 7, 7 – 9 PM.

3/30/2012: CHRIS GAROFALO

Chris Garofalo is featured on T Magazines website, take a look at her studio in this interactive view : T Magazine: A New Leaf.

3/29/2012: MICKALENE THOMAS

Mickalene Thomas is featured on the New York Times website with her video, “ReVay.” Please follow the link to view the video feature: "Art Breaks": Mickalene Thomas.

3/22/2012: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich"s 3rd solo exhibition with the Julie Saul Gallery, entitled "Is This Place Great or What: Artifacts and Photographs," will be on view from March 22-May 5, 2012. Is This Place Great or What: Artifacts and Photographs March 22-May 5, 2012 Opening reception, Thursday, March 22, 6 to 8 p.m. Julie Saul Gallery 535 West 22 Street 6th Floor New York, NY 10011

3/15/2012: ANDRÉ BUTZER

André Butzer will be exhibiting in "LUBOK: Grafica contemporanea y libros de artistas"
Museo Nacional de la Estampa, Mexico City, Mexico

March 15 - June 3, 2012

3/11/2012: ROBERT OVERBY

Robert Overby is featured in the New York Times Evening Hours fashoin feature for the 2012 Armory show. Please follow the link to view the full spread: Art And Light by Bill Cunningham

3/9/2012: KEHINDE WILEY

Kehinde Wiley will be exhibiting paintings from the series The World Stage: Israel at The Jewish Museum in New York from March 09, 2012 - July 29, 2012. For more information please visit: The Jewish Musuem.

3/8/2012: ARMORY FAIR 2012

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is featured on the Huffington Post as one of 15 must-see installations in New York this week. Please follow the link to read the view: 10 Art Fairs, 300+ Exhibitions? Here Are 15 Must-See Installations On View This Week

3/7/2012: LUIS GISPERT

Hotel Particulier [Under Construction] presents an exhibit in collaboration with Monique Meloche, Nicole Klagsbrun, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Baro Galeria, and On Stellar Rays, featuring works by: Justin Cooper, Laleh Khorramian, Luis Gispert, Courtney Smith, and Maria Petsching.
March 7 - March 11 2012
Hotel Particulier. Armory Show
2-4 Grand Street
NYC


2/28/2012: LUIS GISPERT

Luis Gispert is featured on the cover of Flaunt Magazine. Please follow the link to read the article: Luxury Remixed Luis Gispert

2/28/2012: ANDRÉ BUTZER

Our current exhibition: André Butzer - was selected as a critic"s pick on Artforum. Please click th link to read the article: André Butzer - artforum.com / critics" picks

2/25/2012: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson’s new movement performance will be staged February 25, 2012, from 1-5 pm at The Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester, England. Working with composer Shawn Decker, 18 dancers from the Lowry’s Centre for Advanced Training, and textile students from Manchester Metropolitan University, Wilson choreographed accumulations of repetitive movements relating to the weaving process. The interaction of bodies in space metaphorically becomes both a textile and a soft machine, responding to the absence of actual textile production in NW England at this time.
The Whitworth will also present Wilson’s "Local Industry Cloth" and projections of 2 past movement performances (Chicago and Houston). A selection of 1st millennium Egyptian cloth fragments, curated by Wilson from the museum’s extensive collection of world textiles, frames her new projects historically.
Wilson’s work is part of the larger exhibition entitled “Cotton: Global Threads” (February 11 – May 13, 2012) which includes projects by 6 other artists: Yinka Shonibare MBE, Lubaina Himid, Abdoulaye Konaté, Aboubakar Fofana, Grace Ndiritu, and Liz Rideal.

For more information please visit: http://www.whitworth.manchester.ac.uk/

2/22/2012: SPENCER FINCH

We are pleased to announce Painting Air by Spencer Finch at the Rhode Island School of Design Musuem of Art.

Opening Party: Wednesday, February 22, 5:30-8pm
Artist Conversation at 5:30pm
The exhibition is on view February 24 - July 29, 2012
For more information please visit: RISD Museum

2/20/2012: LUIS GISPERT

Take a look at Spank Rock"s new music video for Car Song, featuring Santigold, directed by Luis Gispert!
View Here: RollingStone.com

2/15/2012: STEPHANIE BROOKS

We are pleased to announce that Stephanie Brooks will be part of a group show "Acts of Recognition" opening at the Kendall Galleries on February 20, 2012. For more information, please visit Kendall Galleries website.

2/3/2012: VIP Art Fair

We are excited to participate in the 2012 VIP Art Fair: February 3-8, 2012. VIP Art Fair stands apart as the innovative platform for sophisticated art collectors and enthusiasts to connect with leading international contemporary art galleries. For more information please visit: http://www.vipartfair.com/

2/2/2012: ANDRE BUTZER

André Butzer"s lecture has been reviewed in Chicago Weekly. Please click here to read

2/2/2012: Brian Ulrich review on Artforum - February 2012

Brian Ulrich exhibition "Copia—Retail, Thrift, and Dark Stores, 2001–11" has been reviewed in the February 2012 Artforum issue. You can read the text in the printed issue

1/27/2012: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

Siebren Versteeg in included in the exhibition, Passing Time, at Center for the Arts, Wesleyan, with Guest Curators: Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox of c2, curatorsquared. The exhibition will be on view Friday, January 27 through Sunday, March 4, 2012. For more information please visit: Wesleyan Center for the Arts.

1/24/2012: ANDRÉ BUTZER

ANDRÉ BUTZER
Artist Lecture at University of Chicago
Wednesday January 25th, 2012
6:30pm
Cochrane-Woods Art Center
5540 South Greenwood Ave, Room 157

1/21/2012: JULIA FISH

Julia Fish is included in the exhibition Anagram City at Golden Gallery, Chicago. For more information please visit: Golden Gallery

Anagram City
January 21 - March 3, 2012
Chicago

1/20/2012: CHRIS DORLAND

Chris Dorland"s exhibition, Corporations are People too, at Winkleman Gallery has been reviewed in Time Out New York and White Hot Magazine. Please follow the links below to read the reviews:

Critics Pick, Time Out New York
whitehot - January 2012: Corporations are People Too

1/13/2012: TODD CHILTON

We are pleased to announce Todd Chilton"s participation in NEW FORMALISMS 2 at 65 Grand this January:

NEW FORMALISMS 2: Curated by Abraham Ritchie
featuring: Samantha Bittman, Todd Chilton, Steven Husby, Melissa Oresky
(JAN 13 - FEB 11, 2012)
65 Grand, Chicago
For more information please visit: 65 Grand

1/4/2012: CHRIS DORLAND

Chris Dorland is included in an exhibition at Winkleman Gallery: Corporations Are People Too, A group exhibition featuring work by Berenice Abbott, Ian Davis, Chris Dorland, Kota Ezawa, Louis Faurer, Yevgeniy Fiks, Jacqueline Hassink, Lewis Hine, Dorothea Lange and Phillip Toledano. For more information please visit: http://www.winkleman.com/

1/1/2012: LUIS GISPERT

We are pleased to announce the release of Luis Gispert: Deception. The book will be available for purchase from the gallery beginning this January.

1/1/2012: KEHINDE WILEY

We are pleased to announce the release of Kehinde Wiley: World Stage: India-Sri Lanka. The book will be available for purchase from the gallery beginning this January.

12/28/2011: ROBERT OVERBY

Our current exhibition of Robert Overby is featured this month in Time Out Chicago. Please follow the link to read the full article: Robert Overby At Rhona Hoffman Gallery.

12/16/2011: CHRIS DORLAND

Chris Dorland is included in the exhibition SCRIPTURES at Galereria Bonomo Bari. The exhibition features a range of work that explores the use of writing in art as imagery and signs distinctive of their meaning as words. For more information please visit: http://www.galleriabonomobari.it/

12/13/2011: ANNE WILSON

We are pleased to announce that Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind Weave won the Trade Illustrated category and was runner-up for Best in Show in the 2011 Chicago Book Clinic awards competition. The book will be at the 2012 CAA book fair in Los Angeles, February 22nd-25, 2012. For more information about Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind Weave, please visit: The University of Chicago Press

12/8/2011: ROBERT HEINECKEN

We are pleased to let you know that Robert Heinecken"s exhibition "Copywork" at Petzel has received critical praise in the following periodicals: -The New Yorker -The Village Voice -Time Out New York

11/30/2011: ART BASEL MIAMI

Rhona Hoffman Gallery will be participating in Art Basel Miami 2011. Please visit us at booth B16.

11/18/2011: MEL BOCHNER

Mel Bochner will be a panelist in the post-opening discussion for Contemporary Drawings from the Irving Stenn Jr. Collection. For more information please visit the website for the Art Institute of Chicago.

11/11/2011: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich discusses the relevance of EF Schumacher"s notion "small is beautiful" to his own work. Follow the link to view images and listen to the Big Ideas podcast:

Is big beautiful? Brian Ulrich"s decaying shopping malls - in pictures

11/10/2011: ROBERT HEINECKEN

Works by Robert Heinecken will be on exhibition this month at Fredrich Petzel Gallery.

Robert Heinecken
November 10 - December 22, 2011 537 West 22nd Street

11/5/2011: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

The Subversive Artist: Siebren Versteeg in Conversation with Naomi Beckwith. We are pleased to announce the participation of Siebren Versteeg to the Chicago Humanities Festival as part of The Richard Gray Visual Art Series on November 5, 2011. More information

11/4/2011: MEL BOCHNER

Mel Bochner"s current exhibition at the National Gallery of Art has been reviewed in The Washington Post. Please click here to read the full review.

11/1/2011: TODD CHILTON

We are pleased to announce that Todd Chilton"s current exhibition Angled has been included as of of 10 Must See Painting Shows from the Huffington Post. For more information please visit: The Huffungton Post: 10 Must See Painting Shows in the U.S.: November.

10/29/2011: ANDRÉ BUTZER

We are pleased to announce André Butzer"s exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum and CAC Contemporary Art Club in Vienna. For more information please visit: Freidens Siemense.
André Butzer
29 October - 18 December 2011
Kunsthistorisches Museum and CAC Contemporary Art Club at Theseustempel, Vienna, Austria

10/29/2011: KEHINDE WILEY

We are pleased to announce Kehinde Wiley"s upcoming exhibition at the Savannah College of Art and Design Museum of Art. A conversation with the artist and Andre Leon Talley will take place on the Friday before the opening.
Kehinde Wiley: Selected Works
SCAD Museum of Art
October 29, 2011 - January 29, 2012
Conversation with Andre Leon Talley & Kehinde Wiley
Friday, October 28th, 4pm


10/21/2011: MICKALENE THOMAS

Mickalene Thomas"s exhibition More Than Everything at Lehmann Maupin is reviewed in the New York Times. Read the review online here.

10/8/2011: SPENCER FINCH

We are very pleased to announce the unveiling of Lunar by Spencer Finch at the Art Institute of Chicago"s Bluhm Family Terrace: It"s been over 40 years since man first set foot on the moon, but that nocturnal glowing orb still holds a powerful fascination. Get ready to be mesmerized every day as a full moon will soon be illuminating the museum"s Bluhm Family Terrace during evening hours with the installation of Spencer Finch: Lunar. Finch, known for his works exploring memory and perception, has employed a colorimeter, a device that measures the color and temperature of light, to create a solar-powered "lunar lander module" that glows the exact luminosity of the full moon over Chicago as measured this past July. Catch these midsummer moonbeams beginning October 8. Click here for more information.

10/1/2011: ANDRÉ BUTZER

André Butzer is featured on the cover of Flash Art this month. Please visit Flash Art Online for more information.

10/1/2011: ROBERT HEINECKEN

Robert Heinecken is featured in this month"s Artforum with an essay by Matthew Biro.

9/30/2011: STEPHANIE BROOKS

Stephanie Brooks will be showing new work in the exhibition Write Now: Artists and Letterforms at the Chicago Cultural Center.

Write Now: Artists and Letterforms
September 30, 2011 – April 29, 2012
Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago Rooms
For as long as there have been alphabets artists have explored the letterform, employing the fundamental element of written communication in many ways other than the setting of text. This exhibition presents recent works using letters and text in painting, printmaking, sculpture and video. Included in this exhibition is a Fluxus project with international submissions of mail art and concrete poetry.

9/26/2011: LUIS GISPERT

Luis Gispert"s photographs are mentioned this month in The New York Times, NYTimes Blog, and Art+Auction. Read the review of his current show at Mary Boone Gallery, Decepción, on the NYTimes Blog Here: A New York Artist Takes the Long View of Customizer Culture

9/16/2011: GALLERY WEEKEND

We are pleased to be participating in this year"s Gallery Weekend Chicago: A select group of Chicago’s premier contemporary art galleries have come together to organize Chicago’s first ever Gallery Weekend on September 16-18, 2011. The weekend will include viewings of new exhibitions and artist receptions at Chicago’s top galleries and access to hard-to-secure reservations at Chicago’s top restaurants. Private VIP events include a collector’s dinner, Director’s tour at the Museum of Contemporary Art, and an exclusive boat cruise all by invitation only. For more information and participating artists please visit: Gallery Weekend Chicago.

9/15/2011: MICKALENE THOMAS

We are pleased to announce new work by Mickalene Thomas at Lehmann Maupin Gallery. Click here for more information.

Mickalene Thomas
More Than Everything
15 September - 29 October, 2011
201 Chrystie Street

9/14/2011: JULIA FISH

Julia Fish is showing work in the exhibition Papertails curated by Valerie Hammond and Kiki Smith at the 80WSE Galleries at NYU.

Papertails
80WSE Galleries, NYU
September 14th - November 5th, 2011
opening reception: Wednesday, September 14th, 6-8 pm

9/13/2011: LUIS GISPERT

Luis Gispert"s current exhibition "decepción" is featured this week on the huffington post. To view the article and images please follow this link: Huffington Post: Luis Gispert Captures The Subculture Of Knockoffs In His Exhibition "decepción"

9/8/2011: LUIS GISPERT

We are pleased to announce Luis Gispert"s upcoming exhibition, Decepción, at Mary Boone Gallery.

Luis Gispert, decepción
September 8th - October 22nd, 2011
Reception for Artist: Thursday September 8th, 2011, 5pm - 7pm

9/1/2011: RICHARD REZAC

We are pleased to announce two exhibitions for Richard Rezac this month. Twig Gallery presents a solo show in Brussels exhibiting recent sculptures by Rezac, and Feature Inc. presents the group show self-referral, nonobjective.

Richard Rezac: Sculpture
Twig Gallery in Brussels, Sept. 10 - Oct. 22,
http://www.twiggallery.com/

Feature Inc. Self-Referral Nonobjective
1 September thru 1 October 2011; opening reception 1 September 6-8pm
http://featureinc.com/

9/1/2011: CHRIS GAROFALO

We are pleased to annouce Chris Garofalo"s exhibition Uberzootany at Ralph Arnold Fine Arts at Loyola University.

Chris Garofalo, Uberzootany
September 1st - October 8th, Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex
Reception: Thursday September 1st, 5:00-6:30pm

For more information please visit Loyola University Arts.

8/30/2011: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich is currently featured in two photo essays on TIME magazine"s LightBox. Please Follow the links to view the articles:

Brian Ulrich: Bringing Down the House
Retail Therapy: Brian Ulrich’s Copia

8/27/2011: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich will be showing 50 color photographs at the Cleveland Museum of Art from August 27, 2011 to January 16, 2012, from his Copia series (2001–10), a three-part project that confronts viewers with an in-depth examination of consumerism in American culture. The exhibition features haunting images of the impact of the 2008 financial crisis, highlighted by the exteriors and interiors of dark stores, ghost boxes, and dead malls. For more information please visit: Cleaveland Museum of Art. Brian Ulrich Copia—Retail, Thrift, and Dark Stores, 2001–11 August 27, 2011–January 16, 2012 East Wing, Photography Galleries Cleveland Museum of Art

8/1/2011: JACOB HASHIMOTO, RICHARD REZAC

Jacob Hashimoto and Richard Rezac will be included in the exhibition Toward the Third Dimension at David Floria Gallery, Curated by Barbara Berger.

August 2 - September 5, 2011
Opening Reception Tuesday August 2, 6-8pm
Curated by Barbara Berger
David Floria Gallery
525 East Cooper Ave, Suite 205, Aspen Colorado

7/21/2011: CHRIS DORLAND

Chris Dorland will be included in MAKE SKATEBOARDS at I-20 Gallery, a group exhibition and pop-up skate shop conceived as a throwback to the days when art took precedence over branding and a welcoming vibe met you at the door. The show will be a playful take on running a skateboard shop, transforming I-20 into a functional retail space offering a custom line of artist-designed skateboards, skate-related ephemera and accessories, original artwork, vintage objects, custom furniture and clothing by up-and-coming New York designers. For more information please visit: I-20 Gallery.

MAKE SKATEBOARDS
I-20 Gallery
July 21 – September 17, 2011
Shop Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, Noon – 8 P.M.
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 21, 6 – 9 P.M.


7/19/2011: CHRIS GAROFALO

We are pleased to announce that Chris Garofalo will be included in the exhibition La Carte d"après Nature at Matthew Marks Gallery, curated by Thomas Demand.

La Carte d"après Nature
An exhibition curated by Thomas Demand
Matthew Marks Gallery
July 19 - October 8, 2011
522 W 22 Street, New York, NY 10011
Opening: Tuesday, July 19, 6:00 to 8:00 P.M.

7/8/2011: CHRIS DORLAND

We are pleased to announce that Chris Dorland will be debuting his first ever video piece Restoration Hardware in collaboration with Art Production Fund in The 24/7 Projection at The Standard, Downtown LA and The Standard, Hollywood. For more information and an interview with Chris Dorland please visit The Standard

Chris Dorland
Restoration Hardware
24/7 Projection Series
The Standard Hollywood
The Standard Downtown LA
07.08.2011/ 10.01.2011


7/1/2011: STEPHANIE BROOKS

Stephanie Brooks is exhibiting new work in a group exhibition at threewalls in Chicago titled Either/Or/Both. The exhibition opens Friday July 1st.
For more information please visit threewalls.org

Either/Or/Both July 1-30th, 2011 threewalls Chicago, IL

6/28/2011: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

We are pleased to announce that Judy Ledgerwood"s current exhibition, April Showers, at Tracy Williams has been reviewed in The New York Times. Please follow the link to read the full review: Judy Ledgerwood "April Showers"

6/25/2011: SPENCER FINCH, HAMISH FULTON

Spencer Finch and Hamish Fulton will be showing new work as part of the Folkestone Triennial 2011, A Million Miles from Home. 19 international artists have been commissioned to create new works for the Folkestone Triennial 2011, which will take place from June 25th – September 25th. The selected artists have been invited to develop new works for Folkestone’s streets, squares, beaches and historic buildings to create a cutting-edge contemporary art exhibition in the public domain. For more information please visit http://www.folkestonetriennial.org.uk/

6/22/2011: NEVER LET ME GO

Never Let Me Go is included in Artforum critics picks. Please click below to read the review by Zach Cahill. click here

6/17/2011: CHRIS DORLAND

We are pleased to announce that Chris Dorland is included in a group exhibition titled To Tell the Truth, at Monya Rowe Gallery curated by Joe Pflieger, featuring Ethan Breckenridge, Zachary Buchner, Alexander Carver, Chris Dorland,Karl Erickson, Andrew Falkowski, Alex Kwartler, Jose Lerma, John Opera, Joe Pflieger and Philip Vanderhyden, Matt Stolle and Danna Vajda. To Tell the Truth includes video, sculpture, painting, installation and photography.
TO TELL THE TRUTH
June 17- July 29, 2011
Opening: Friday, June 17, 6-8 PM
For more information visit: Monya Rowe Gallery.

6/8/2011: FRED SANDBACK

Fred Sandback"s sculptures are currently on view at White Chapel Gallery in London. Fred Sandback: May 25 - August 14, 2011, Gallery 2. For more information please visit http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/

6/3/2011: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson is featured on the Art21 blog in an interview by Caroline Picard called Threading Infrastructure. In addition to discussing her work, the interview also mentions her forthcoming catalogue, Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave (White Walls/Knoxville Museum of Art). You can read the interview at the Art21 blog.

6/3/2011: SOL LEWITT

The Public Art Fund unveiled an exhibit featuring Sol LeWitt at the City Hall Park in New York on May 25th, 2011. The park is storing a collection of LeWitt’s 27 most famous pieces of art throughout his career. It is the first outdoor exhibit detailing his extraordinary career. For more information and images of the installation, please visit Public Art Fund.

6/2/2011: RICHARD REZAC

We are pleased to announce Richard Rezac"s solo exhibition entitled Indicative: Scuplture 1982 to 1994, June 2 - July 2, 2011 at James Harris Gallery in Seattle.
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 2nd, 6-8pm

5/21/2011: MICKALENE THOMAS, LUIS GISPERT

Mickalene Thomas and Luis Gispert will be included in an exhibition at the Ringling Museum of Art, entitled Beyond Bling, opening this May.

"This exhibition will bring together artists who, in the first decade of the 21st century, have incorporated signifiers of hip-hop/street culture into their oeuvre in provocative manners which incite further questions and expand our ideas of what it means to speak with a particularly urban voice int this age of advanced globalization and capitalism." -Matthew D. McLendon, PhD, curator at Ringling Museum of Art

Beyond Bling
Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota Bay, Florida
May 21 - August 14, 2011

5/21/2011: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

We are pleased to announce that Siebren Versteeg is included in The Cinema Effect, currently travelling to three venues in Spain in three installments, made up of slightly different works, but all reflecting the original content of the combined show at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

The Cinema Effect
Illusion, Reality, and the Moving Image
Essays by Kerry Brougher, Anne Ellegood, Kelly Gordon and Kristen Hileman. With a chronology of the moving image by Tony Oursler

Madrid, 27 January–24 April 2011
Barcelona, 17 May–21 August 2011
Palma, 25 October 2011–15 January 2012

5/18/2011: CHRIS DORLAND

Chris Dorland is currently featured on 10 ANSWERS, with a brief interview that you can find here: 10 Answers - Chris Dorland.
Dorland is also included in the FOCUS Video Festival at the Nikolaj Contemporary Contemporary Arts Center. Visit Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center

5/14/2011: JACOB HASHIMOTO

We are pleased to announce that Jacob Hashimoto has an exhibition at Studio La Citta in Verona, Italy opening May 14, 2011. Visit Studio La Citta for more information.

5/12/2011: ANNE WILSON

The Knoxville Museum of Art presents two exhibitions, one reception:
Anne Wilson: Local Industry and Ai Weiwei: Dropping the Urn
Opening Reception Thursday, May 12, 5:30-7:30pm
Anne Wilson: Local Industry is the first public exhibition of the Local Industry Cloth, produced in 2010 by 2,100 volunteers alongside 79 experienced weavers at the Knoxville Museum of Art. The cloth, 75"9" long, was created over the course of three months during the artist"s project Local Industry, part of the exhibition Anne Wilson Wind/Rewind/Weave.
For more information please visitThe Knoxville Museum of Art.

5/10/2011: The Subversive Artist: Siebren Versteeg in Conversation with Naomi Beckwith

We are pleased to announce the participation of Siebren Versteeg to the Chicago Humanities Festival on November 5, 2011 as part of the Richard Gray Visual Art Series. The artist will discuss his work with Naomi Beckwith, curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago. More info

5/10/2011: The Subversive Artist: Siebren Versteeg in Conversation with Naomi Beckwith

We are pleased to announce the participation of Siebren Versteeg to the Chicago Humanities Festival on November 5, 2011 as part of the Richard Gray Visual Art Series. The artist will discuss his work with Naomi Beckwith, curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago. More info

5/7/2011: CHRIS DORLAND

Chris Dorland is creating a site-specific piece for the exhibition After Hours: Murals on the Bowery, part of the Festivals of Ideas for a New City in New York. Murals can be seen as stores close at 6pm along the Bowery from Houston to Grand, from May 7 - July 2, 2011.

5/6/2011: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Judy Ledgerwood has an upcoming solo exhibition of painting and ceramics at Tracy Williams, Ltd., New York, entitled April Showers. The show is comprised of eight large paintings in the main gallery and a wall painting filling the north gallery alongside painted ceramics made in collaboration with Chicago-based artist, Nancy Gardner. April Showers will be open from May 6th – July 1st, 2011. For more information please visit Tracy Williams Ltd.

5/4/2011: HAMISH FULTON

Follow the link below to view a short film of Hamish Fulton"s recent walk at Tate Modern in support of Ai Weiwei. Click here to view video.

5/1/2011: BROOKS, FISH, LEDGERWOOD, REZAC

Stephanie Brooks, Julia Fish, Judy Ledgerwood, and Richard Rezac will be in an exhibition at the Suburban in Oak Park titled Two Fold, curated by Ethan Greenbaum and Colleen Asper. The exhibition opens on May 1st from 2-4pm and runs through July 5th, 2011. For more information visit The Suburban.

4/30/2011: HAMISH FULTON

Fulton will present Slowalk (In support of Ai Weiwei) at Tate Modern as a collective action created specifically in response to the iconic architecture of the Turbine Hall and in the context of the recent disappearance of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, whose work Sunflower Seeds is currently on display in the east end of the Turbine Hall as the eleventh project in the series of Unilever Commissions.

April 30, 2011, 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Turbine Hall, Tate Modern

4/29/2011: ANNE WILSON

We are pleased to announce that Anne Wilson will be exhibiting in Kanazawa Japan and Zurich Switzerland this month. She will also be a visiting artist at Northwestern University in late April.

Wilson"s wall piece "A Chronicle of Days" will be included in the exhibition Silent Echoes, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa,Japan, April 29 - July 18, 2011.

Wilson"s video installation entitled "Errant Behaviors" is part of the exhibition: A New Hook, Museum Bellerive, Zurich Museum of Design, Zurich, Switzerland, April 29 - July 24, 2011.

4/22/2011: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson will be giving a talk at Northwestern University this Friday, April 22. The lecutre will be held at Kresge Hall Room 3-365 @ 1880 Campus Dr, Evanston, IL 60208 22 April 2011, 6:00pm Visit the Northwestern University website for more information.

4/19/2011: ANNE WILSON

We are pleased to announce that Anne Wilson"s new book, Wind/Rewind/Weave, will be published by University of Chicago Press this fall 2011

3/25/2011: CHRIS DORLAND

New work by Chris Dorland is included in a group exhibition "American Dream" at Valentina Bonomo Gallery in Rome. Please click here for installation images

3/11/2011: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich is featured in the latest issue of The Highlights! with 5 photographs accompanied by fiction writing by Brooklyn based writer Cian O"Day. You can view the feature entitled N/A, or On the Dark Stores of Brian Ulrich by Clicking This Link

3/3/2011: KEHINDE WILEY

Kehinde Wiley mentioned in the New York Observer article entitled "Everybody Switch! Armory Art Week Begins Amid Epidemic of Gallery Swapping" See the article by clicking here.

3/2/2011: LUIS GISPERT

We are pleased to announce that Luis Guispert"s "Turbo Burbo" will be included in ARTPROJX CINEMA, in association with The Armory Show and Volta, NY. The screening will take place at the SVA theatre on the following dates: Wednesday March 2 - 18.05 - 19.55 Thursday March 3 - 15.35 - 16.55 Friday March 4 - 13.50 - 15.40 ARTPROJX CINEMA at the SVA Theatre 333 West 23rd Street New York, NY 10011

3/2/2011: THE ARMORY SHOW

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to announce that we will be participating in The Armory Show from March 2nd- March 6th, 2011. We will be located on Pier 94, Booth 1125. For more information please click here for a link

2/15/2011: Robert Heinecken

Robert Heinecken: Object Matter Cherry and Martin and Marc Selwyn Fine Art are pleased to present the most major gallery exhibition of Robert Heinecken’s work in the last 10 years. The exhibition at Cherry and Martin opens on February 19 and continues through March 26, 2011. The exhibition at Marc Selwyn opens on February 18 and continues through early April. Cherry and Martin, 2712 S. La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles, 310.559.0100 Marc Selwyn Fine Art, 6222 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, 323.933.9911

2/12/2011: ANNE WILSON

We are pleased to announce that Anne Wilson will be the Discussant on the panel entitled "Textiles and Social Sculpture" at the College Art Association conference in New York on Saturday February 12. "Textiles and Social Sculpture" Saturday February 12th, 9:30-12pm Sutton Parlor Center, 2nd Floor Hilton, New York

2/9/2011: KEHINDE WILEY

An Evening with Kehinde Wiley will take place at the Phoenix Art Museum on February 9th at 7pm. The Phoenix Art Museum is located at 1625 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 602-257-1222 In this talk Wiley will speak about his large, figurative painting “Marechal Floriano Peixoto” from the World Stage: Brazil series, which depicts black- and brown-urban men worldwide in a style normally used to portray the powerful or wealthy. Seating is first-come, first-served.

2/8/2011: ANNE WILSON

We are pleased to announce that Anne Wilson is currently featured in artforum.com"s "Critics" Picks" section, a select review of shows worldwide. You can find the review, written by Claudine Ise, Online Here

2/5/2011: WILSON & LEDGERWOOD

Anne Wilson and Judy Ledgerwod are reviewed in Chicago art blog "Chicago Critical" Click here to read

2/4/2011: FRED SANDBACK

Works by Fred Sandback are currently on display at the Pori Art Museum in Finland. Click here for more information

1/26/2011: Hamish Fulton: Bad At Sports Episode

Please Click Here to listen to the latest Bad At Sports episode featuring Hamish Fulton.

1/26/2011: Anne Wilson: Review in New City Art

Anne Wilson"s current exhibition at Rhona Hoffman entitled "Rewinds," was reviewed on Art New City by Laura Fox on January 24th. You can read the full review by Clicking Here. The show is on view through February 19th.

1/26/2011: Judy Ledgerwood: Review in New City Art

Judy Ledgerwood"s current installation at Rhona Hoffman entitled "Chromatic Patterns for Chicago and Blob Paintings," was reviewed on Art New City by Janina Ciezadlo on January 17th. You can read the full review by Clicking Here. The show is on view through February 19th.

1/22/2011: CHRIS DORLAND

Chris Dorland"s work will be featured in the group exhibition, "Large Abstractions" which includes work by Philip Vanderhyden, Zach Formalt, and Danna Vajda at the Suburban in Oak Park. The show opens on the 22nd of January. Click here for a link

1/22/2011: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch is included in a group exhibition, "What"s New Pussycat?" at the Torrence Art Museum, curated by Tim Nye and Max Presneill. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, January 22, 6pm- 9pm and the exhibition will run though March 5, 2011. What"s New, Pussycat? brings together a selection of established California based artists who gained prominence and/or were developing important bodies of work during the 1960"s, presenting current works where possible, to highlight their continued practice - alongside ongoing investigations by some emerging artists working today who deal with related concerns. Click here for additional information

1/12/2011: VIP Art Fair

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to be participating in the first VIP Art Fair. The VIP Art Fair allows art collectors the opportunity to view artwork online from January 22 - January 30, 2011.

1/5/2011: KEHINDE WILEY

As part of a collaboration between Show Media and the nonprofit Art Production Fund, re-imagined versions of art like Kehinde Wiley"s "The Virgin Martyr St. Cecilia" will read atop taxis for the month of January. Click here to view a few examples

12/8/2010: Hamish Fulton: Walk 3 in Art Review

Please click here to read the article in Art Review on Hamish Fulton.

12/2/2010: Art Basel Miami Beach 2010

Art Basel Miami Beach will be held on December 2, 2010 until December 5, 2010.

11/18/2010: CHRIS DORLAND & JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Both Chris Dorland & Judy Ledgerwood are in a group exhibition curated by Philip Vanderhyden and Joe Pflieger at the Middlesex College in Edison, New Jersey. The exhibition will run from November 18 through December 22. Hours are 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., weekdays. Please click here for more information

11/17/2010: KEHINDE WILEY

Kehinde Wiley"s painting "Samuel Eto"o" will be included in the Museum of Arts and Design"s Global Africa Project Exhibition, November 17, 2010 - May 15, 2011. Click here for more information

11/12/2010: HAMISH FULTON

Hamish Fulton"s exhibition is reviewed by Lori Waxman in the Chicago Tribune! Click here to read

11/6/2010: MICKALENE THOMAS

Work by Mickalene Thomas was featured in an article on the print fair. Please click here to view

11/2/2010: ANNE WILSON

An early weaving by Anne Wilson is included in an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago on the topic of historical "fiber art." Please stop by to take a look!

10/28/2010: RICHARD REZAC

There is a review of Richard Rezac"s exhibition at Feature in the Wall Street Journal! Click here for a link

10/28/2010: HAMISH FULTON

***Please note the new location for Hamish Fulton’s Chicago Art Walk: Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to invite you to Hamish Fulton Chicago Art Walk, 28 October 2010 On Thursday, October 28, at 12 pm, Hamish Fulton will conduct an artist walk in Chicago. Open to any and all individuals interested in participating, this walk will illuminate the importance of a local community’s involvement in Fulton’s artistic practice as a walking artist. Interested participants are asked to meet at Jackson & Michigan Avenue by the bust of Sir George Solti (located exactly East of S. Michigan Avenue, south of E. Jackson Drive) The walk will last approximately one hour and fifteen minutes. Those who arrive after noon are welcome to observe the walk in progress but will not be able to participate so prompt arrival is important. This walk is in conjunction with Hamish Fulton’s solo exhibition at Rhona Hoffman Gallery which opens on Friday, October 29 and will be on view until December 18. There will be an opening reception for the artist on Friday, October 29 from 5 -7:30 pm. For more information on the artist walk or the exhibition please contact rhoffman@rhoffmangallery.com or visit www.rhoffmangallery.com.

10/27/2010: CHRIS DORLAND

Chris Dorland participates in VOR GOTT IST ALLE KUNST SCHEISSE curated by 1981er Andreas Banderas Beni Bischof Alexander Binder Magnus Clausen Chris Dorland Max Frintrop Béla Pablo Janssen Shawn Kuruneru Landon Metz Adrien Missika David Ostrowski Michail Pirgelis Neil Rumming Thorsten Schneider Travess Smalley Luke Barber-Smith Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010, 7pm Oktober Ackerstrasse 5 40233 Düsseldorf info@1981er.com www.1981er.com

10/22/2010: ANNE WILSON

Friday October 22, 3:00- 4:30 pm DOVA Temporary Gallery 53rd and Harper, Chicago Free Kathryn Hixson (University of Texas at Austin, PhD Art History) and Anne Wilson (Artist, Professor, Fiber/Material Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago) WORKING OVER TIME: CROSS COLLABORATIONS IN THE MUSEUM FACTORY Art historian and critic Kathryn Hixson and artist Anne Wilson will present the many collaborative relationships that revolved around the artist"s 2010 exhibition "Wind/Rewind/Weave" at the Knoxville Museum of Art. Presented as part of "Communicating Forms: Aesthetics, Relationality, Collaboration," the Fifth Annual English Language & Literature and Art History Graduate Conference, University of Chicago, October 21-22, 2010. For further information and updates, click here

10/21/2010: KEHINDE WILEY

Kehinde Wiley will be giving a lecture on October 21 at the High Museum. Please click here for more information

10/21/2010: LUIS GISPERT

Please check out Luis Gispert"s films at the Gene Siskel Film Center at Conversations at the Edge. Click here for a flavorpill review

10/19/2010: MICKALENE THOMAS

ART in Embassies Exhibition United States Mission to the United Nations, New York 2010 - 2012 Established in 1963, the U.S. Department of State"s office of ART in Embassies plays a vital role in our nation"s public diplomacy through a culturally expansive mission creating temporary and permanent exhibitions, artist programming, and publications. Virginia Shore and Claire D"Alba curated the exhibition at the United States Mission to the United Nations. Artists in addition to Thomas include Lorna Simpson, Nick Cave, Carrie Mae Weems, Barkley Hendricks, Julie Mehretu and Shinique Smith.

10/14/2010: CHRIS GAROFALO

Chris Garofalo in the New York Times: Click here for a link

10/14/2010: CHRIS GAROFALO

Click here for more on Chris Garofalo"s work in Thomas Demand"s Monaco exhibition!

10/13/2010: NANCY SPERO

Nancy Spero"s exhibition opens at the Centre Pompidou! this text wrapped in the Atag will link

10/11/2010: BRIAN ULRICH IN TIME MAGAZINE

Brian Ulrich has an image accompanying the article, "How Blockbuster Failed at Failing" in Time Magazine. View article at Time Magazine Online .

10/7/2010: RICHARD REZAC

RICHARD REZAC: Recent Sculpture opening reception thurs 7 oct 6-8pm 7 oct - 7 nov 2010 wed-sat 12-6pm, sun 1-6pm FEATURE GALLERY : 131 ALLEN ST NEW YORK NY 10002 USA 212.675.7772

9/8/2010: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch"s work is reviewed in the Washington Post. Click here to read!

9/7/2010: Stephanie Brooks has a new website

Visit Stephanie Brooks" new website. http://stephaniebrooks.com

9/1/2010: CHRIS DORLAND

As a winner of the second Juilliard Visual Arts Competition, Chris Dorland"s mural will be installed at the June Noble Larkin Lobby at the Juilliard School of Music this September. Please stop by this fall to view it!

8/11/2010: CHRIS DORLAND

Work by Chris Dorland is included in "Gradation", a special exhibition that is a component of Portugal Arte 10 in Lisbon, curated by Garth Weiser. Click here for more information on Portugal Arte 2010!

7/12/2010: Brian Ulrich in the New York Times

Brian Ulrich"s photograph titled "Rolling Acre"s Mall 1" is featured in Roger Lowenstein"s article titled "Paralyzed by Debt" in the New York Times.

7/7/2010: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

Recess Activities, Inc. Presents Spirit Tours 11 Dave Hardy & Siebren Versteeg July 7 - September 2, 2010 Dave Hardy and Siebren Versteeg will begin two months of work at Recess. Recess invites resident artists to use its storefront as a studio, exhibition venue and grounds for experimentation; under Hardy and Versteegʼs direction, Recess will become the site of an ongoing sculptural event. please click here for the press release

6/27/2010: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson"s Wind-Up: Walking the Warp will take place ath the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston in conjunction with Hand+Made. Wilson will partner with local dance ensemble Hope Stone Dance to restage this conceptual choreographic work based upon weaving. In an endurance work, dancers literally walk the warp of a 17-foot long stainless steel frame, threading as they skillfully move in an out of the warp. Performance: Wind-Up: Walking the Warp Sunday, June 27, 2010 12:00 - 5:00 p.m. Contemporary Arts Museum Houston 5216 Montrose Blvd. Houston, Texas

6/16/2010: BRIAN ULRICH IN ART IN AMERICA

Brian Ulrich is in Art in America"s June/July 2010 issue in an article titled "Dispatches from the Brink. Houston"s 13th Fotofest biennial trained a lens on contemporary photography in the U.S." By Jean Dykstra.

6/3/2010: Siebren Versteeg and Dave Hardy

Siebren Versteeg is working with Dave Hardy again in their collaboration titled Sprint Tours. The opening is Thursday, June 3, 6-9pm at La MaMa La Galleria in New York. The group exhibition is titled To Believe, and will be up from June 3 - June 27, 2010.

5/29/2010: MEL BOCHNER

Mel Bochner will have his second solo exhibition at the Galerie Nelson-Freeman from May 29 through July 31.

5/22/2010: ROBERT HEINECKEN

The exhibition They Have Not the Art to Argue with Pictures will be showing at Cherry and Martin Gallery from May 22 - July 3, 2010. The group show includes Robert Heinecken, Erik Frydenborg, Nicolás Guagnini, Wade Guyton, Leigh Ledare, Amanda Ross-Ho, and Collier Schorr.

5/16/2010: Anne Wilson, Performance of Wind-Up Walking the Warp at Houston

Anne Wilson performs with Hope Stone Dance Company CONTEMPORARY ARTS MUSEUM HOUSTON Hand+Made: The Performative Impulse in Art and Craft Opening reception: Friday, May 14, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. Artists/Scholars Talk: Saturday, May 15, 2:00 p.m. On view: May 15 - July 25, 2010 Hand+Made: The Performative Impulse in Art and Craft features twenty artists who innovatively expand the traditions of art and craft through the incorporation of performance. The exhibition features a series of on- and offsite performance events, including crochet nights at the Museum in which visitors are invited to crochet works from an installation created by Sheila Pepe, a performance of Anne Wilson"s Wind-Up: Walking the Warp, and a series of public events around the city in which Gabriel Craig creates small articles of jewelry for those he encounters. A complete schedule of dates and locations will be available on the Museum"s website. Participating artists include B Team, Conrad Bakker, Nick Cave, Cat Chow, Gabriel Craig, Lauri Faggioni, Theaster Gates, Cynthia Giachetti, T. Ryan Gothrup, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Lauren Kalman, Christy Matson, James Melchert, Yuka Otani, Sheila Pepe, Michael Rea, Anne Wilson, Saya Woolfalk, and Bohyun Yoon.

5/14/2010: STEPHANIE BROOKS

Stephanie Brooks" will be in the upcoming exhibition, Reflection along with John Beech, Walead Beshty, Helmut Federle, Alex Fleming, Robert Irwin, Jacob Kassay, Rosey Keyser, Yves Klein, Yayoi Kusama, Justen Ladda, John McCracken, Robert Ryman, and Ben Vautier. It will be on view May 14 2010 - July 30 2010 at Peter Blum Gallery in Soho.

5/11/2010: JULIA FISH

A monographic installation of work by Julia Fish will open this month in the Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago.

5/4/2010: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Please visit Art Review to read about Judy Ledgerwood"s current exhibition at 1301PE Gallery in Los Angeles.

5/4/2010: JULIA FISH WHITNEY BIENNIAL VIDEO

Julia Fish"s video is part of an ongoing series of short videos focusing on the artists, curators, events, and production of the 2010 Whitney Biennial.

5/2/2010: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich will be in two upcomming panel discussions this May. The first is at Art Chicago with Curtis Mann, Lesley Martin and Karen Irvine at the Merchandise Mart on Sunday May 2nd at 3pm. The second panel discussion is hosted by Aperture and is entitled "Emerging Artist Support Systems". Other artists included are Hank Willis Thomas, and Will Steacy. This event will take place at the New York Photo Festival, on Thursday, May 13th from 4:30 to 5:20 pm.

4/30/2010: SPENCER FINCH

SPENCER FINCH Opening Friday, April 30, 18:00-21:00 Galerie Nordenhake is exhibiting new works by Spencer Finch in an exhibition entitled "Amabilis Insania". The exhibition will open during the Gallery Weekend Berlin on April 30th and run through June 5th. Please contact the gallery for more information

4/29/2010: ART CHICAGO

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in ART CHICAGO 2010, which takes place from April 29th -May 3rd. Click here to visit the site for more information

4/29/2010: DZINE AT ART CHICAGO

Dzine"s Majestics Bike will be on display in the lobby of the Merchandise Mart during Art Chicago, April 29 through May 3,2010, courtesy of Rhona Hoffman Gallery.

4/26/2010: SOL LEWITT IN ART SLANT

The Sol LeWitt Exhibition has an article in ArtSlant.

4/20/2010: SPENCER FINCH ARTIST TALK

Aperture and the Photography Program in the School of Art, Media, and Technology at Parsons The New School for Design present a talk with Brooklyn-based artist Spencer Finch. Tuesday, April 20, 2010 FREE Aperture Gallery & Bookstore 547 West 27 Street, 4th floor New York, New York (212) 505-5555

4/20/2010: JULIA FISH

Julia Fish is interviewed on Bad at Sports. Please click here for a link

4/15/2010: ANNE WILSON

"Topologies: Made at the V&A" is now part of the permanent collection of the the Victoria and Albert Museum in London! Anne Wilson Topologies: Made at the V&A, 2008 Lace, thread, insect pins 54" x 74" base Topologies: Made at the V&A extends from the larger Topologies installation created for the debut of the exhibition "Out of the Ordinary" at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, in 2007-08. Wilson made this smaller iteration for the traveling part of the exhibition. Made in the spring of 2008 in a studio created at the V&A, this piece responds to the floral motifs in textiles from India and South East Asia that surrounded Wilson each day as she worked at the museum. As a contemporary work of art, Topologies: Made at the V&A is currently installed along side historical laces in the V&A"s Lace Gallery.

4/6/2010: JULIA FISH

"Julia Fish, Selected studies + drawings: 1996-2010" will be on view at the University Galleries of Illinois State University in Normal, IL. This exhibition will run from April 6th-May 9th. A reception will be held on Tuesday, April 6th from 5-7pm. For more information please visit the gallery website.

3/23/2010: JULIA FISH

We are pleased to announce Julia Fish as one of the Whitney Biennial winners. You can visit the Whitney Museum"s website to view and read about her pieces in the show, as well as hear an audio tour of the exhibition.

3/19/2010: SPENCER FINCH

Spencer Finch"s exhibition "Between the moon and the sea" is currently on view at the Frac des Pays de la Loire in Carquefou, France. please click here for more information

3/18/2010: MICKALENE THOMAS

The Photography and Art + Design Departments of Columbia College Chicago present artist Mickalene Thomas on Thursday, March 18th at 6 PM. The lecture will be held at Columbia"s Stage Two, 618 S. Michigan Avenue, second floor. There will be a reception for the artist immediately following the lecture that will be hosted by the Ellen Stone Bellic Institute for the Study of Women and Gender in the Arts and Media.

3/11/2010: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

Siebren Versteeg will be at Columbia College Chicago"s Conaway Center on March 11, 2010 to lecture on his ideas and work. This is in conjunction with the Glass Curtain Gallery"s group exhibition titled "FAIR USE: Information Piracy and Creative Commons in Contemporary Art and Design" curated by Brandon Alvendia. The opening is March 11 from 5-8PM. Siebren"s piece is titled "New York Windows" that will be in the exhibition.

3/6/2010: STEPHANIE BROOKS

Stephanie Brooks is part of the artists lecture series "Artists Connect" at the Art Institute of Chicago. Her lecture, in which she connects with the work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres, will take place at 12pm at the Price Auditorium.

3/4/2010: JACOB HASHIMOTO

Jacob Hashimoto is included in a group exhibition, "Let there Be Geo" at Columbia College"s A + D Gallery. The show is curated by Elizabeth Burke Dain and will run through April 24th.

3/3/2010: THE ARMORY SHOW

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in The Armory Show 2010, March 3-7. We will be featuring works by Art & Language, Mel Bochner, Tania Bruguera, Spencer Finch, Julia Fish, Luis Gispert, Jacob Hashimoto, Robert Heinecken, Sol Lewitt Robert Overby, Richard Rezac, Fred Sandback, and Mickalene Thomas. We are located in New York City on Pier 94, booth 1120.

2/19/2010: ART & LANGUAGE INTERVIEW/WALKING TOUR

Kathryn Born"s interview with Art & Language can be downloaded from click here for a link In the interview the artists discuss each work in the exhibition.

2/14/2010: TANIA BRUGUERA

Tania Bruguera was written up in an article in the New York Times titled, "A Performance Artist and Her Greatest Hits" about her performance art that is on display at the Neuberger Museum of Art.

2/13/2010: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Judy Ledgerwood, along with Susanna Coffey, Anoka Faruqee, Richard Hull, and Sabina Ott are in a group show at Western Exhibitions titled "ON PGT: CAA Panel and Exhibitions" organized by Michelle Grabner. The exhibition is on display February 13, 2010 to March 20, 2010.

2/12/2010: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson will be the Discussant on the panel entitled "Textiles and Social Sculpture" at the College Art Association conference in New York on Saturday February 12, 9:30 - 12 pm, Sutton Parlor Center, 2nd Floor, Hilton New York.

2/11/2010: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

A new exhibition of work by Judy Ledgerwood opens on February 11th at Hausler Contemporary in Munich.

2/5/2010: MICKALENE THOMAS

Mickalene Thomas is featured in Lipsticktracez.

1/28/2010: TANIA BRUGUERA opens at the Nueberger Museum

TANIA BRUGUERA: ON THE POLITICAL IMAGINARY January 28, 2010 - April 11, 2010 Tania Bruguera: On the Political Imaginary is the first survey of the artist"s interdisciplinary work focusing on the relationship among art, politics, and life. The exhibition features her powerful, innovative installation and performance work created for international venues over the past twenty years and will include multiple daily performances throughout the run of the show.

1/26/2010: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson completed her piece for the exhibition titled "Wind/Rewind/Weave" organized by the Knoxville Museum of Art. Please visit here to view some of the work.

1/15/2010: JACOB HASHITOMO

Jacob Hashimoto"s Otero Plassart exhibition, "Forests Collasped Upon Forests", is reviewed in Art in America"s January 2010 issue.

1/15/2010: SIEBREN VERSTEEG "NEVER CAN SAY GOODBYE"

Former Tower Records is having an exhibition titled "NEVER CAN SAY GOODBYE" opening January 15, 2010 through February 13, 2010. Siebren Versteeg will be one of the featured artists.

1/6/2010: MICKALENE THOMAS

Mickalene Thomas has updated her website. Make sure to look at her current image galleries, press page and news updates.

12/18/2009: RICHARD REZAC

The Art Institute of Chicago has installed a monographic room of work by Richard Rezac from the museum"s collection. This installation will be presented through April 2010.

12/10/2009: JULIA FISH

The New York Times has just posted the full list of participants for the 2010 Whitney Biennial which includes Julia Fish. Congratulations to Julia!

11/24/2009: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson"s exhibition "Portable City" at Paul Kotula Projects is reviewed in The Detroiter click here for a link

11/12/2009: SIEBREN VERSTEEG "En Masse"

AIB Boston 700 Beacon Street November 12 - December 17

11/7/2009: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson"s "Portable City" will be on display from November 7 - January 9 at Paul Kotua Projects. There will be a reception for the artist from Saturday, november 7, 5 -8 pm. Paul Kotua Projects is open from Friday - Saturday 11am - 5pm and by appointment. It is located at 23255 Woodward ave Ferndale, MI 48220 (248) 544-43020.

11/6/2009: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson"s work is included in an exhibitiona at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan. Shift - Field of Fluctuation, runs from September 12, 2009 - April 11, 2010 "Errant Behaviors" is presented in its own gallery and a commissioned lace sculpture will be in close proximity. Other articipating artists include: Francis Alÿs, Olafur Eliasson, Gordon Matta-Clark, Murayama Ruriko, Peter Newman, Patrick Tuttofuoco, and Suda Yoshihiro.

10/31/2009: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

In celebration of Judy Ledgerwood"s new publication 1301PE is pleased to present a selection of works from Saturday October 31st - Saturday November 14th. 1301PE is located at 6150 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA

10/24/2009: SPENCER FINCH

The Brain is wider than the Sky — an exhibition of new work by Spencer Finch- will be on view at Postmasters Gallery. The exhibition will take place from October 24 until November 28, 2009. The reception is scheduled for Saturday, October 24, between 6 and 8pm.

10/21/2009: E.V. DAY

On Wednesday, October 21st from 6-8pm, there is a special-preview reception for E.V, Day"s site-specific installation at the New York City Opera Promenade at the David A. Koch Theater (formerly known as the New York State Theater) in Lincoln Center hosted with Deitch Projects. There will be a second public opening of the installation on Friday November 6th from 5-9pm.

10/19/2009: STEPHANIE BROOKS

Stephanie Brooks is included in the group exhibition "Because the Night" at the Chapman University Guggenheim Gallery. The exhibition was curated by Sabina Ott and runs from October 19-November 13th. Chapman University is located at One University Drive in Orange, CA. Click here for a link to the gallery homepage

10/18/2009: Nancy Spero (1926-2009)

It is with deep and personal sadness Rhona Hoffman Gallery announces the passing of Nancy Spero. A great and inspiring artist and friend, she will be missed. Click here to read her obituary in the New York Times.

10/15/2009: JUDY LEDGERWOOD

Hatje Cantz has published a new monograph on Judy Ledgerwood edited by Christa and Wolfgang Hausler. It includes an interview with the artist by Suzanne Ghez, and essays by Roland Waspe and Philip Vanderhyden.Please contact the gallery for more information.

10/15/2009: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson just returned from lectures at California College of the Arts in SF and Reed College in Portland. Click here for a short online interview

10/15/2009: E.V. DAY

E.V. Day has an exhibition opening this Thursday, October 15, from 6-8PM at the Manhattan paper mill Dieu Donne, which will be exhibiting a selection of works that Day made during her Lab Grant Residency there. Dieu Donne is located at 315 West 56th Street (between 8th and 9th Aves.)

10/9/2009: Rhona Hoffman Gallery at Art Basel Miami Beach 2009

Rhona Hoffman Gallery will participating in Art Basel Miami Beach from December 3 - 6, 2009, Booth E-27.

9/1/2009: SIEBREN VERSTEEG

Review in Sculpture by Michelle Heinz

7/23/2009: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich has a new website. Click here to view:

7/1/2009: NEW CATALOGUE

See new projects every week by New Catalogue Click here

7/1/2009: SPENCER FINCH

Two light installations by SPENCER FINCH will be included in "Making Worlds" Daniel Birnbaum"s exhibition for the 53rd Venice Biennale

6/25/2009: JACOB HASHIMOTO

Jacob Hashimoto"s work is featured in the New York Times. Click here for a link

6/17/2009: ANNE WILSON

Anne Wilson is included in "Selected Works from MCA Collection" on the 4th floor Turner gallery of the MCA curated by Julie Rodrigues Widholm.

6/12/2009: SIEBREN VERSTEEG "Identifying Hedges" at Hallwalls, Buffalo

exhibition continues through July 19

6/4/2009: TANIA BRUGUERA

TANIA BRUGUERA PRESENTS AUTOSABOTAGE 5 JUNE - 15PM 4 JUNE - 4 OCTOBER 2009 Opening hours: from 4 to 7 June, open 10am to 8pm From 8 June to 4 October, open from 10am to 6pm. Closed on Tuesdays Collateral event of the 53rd International Art Exhibition -La Biennale di Venezia Curated by Jota Castro Artists invited: Tania Bruguera, Fernando Bryce, Jota Castro, Martin Dammann, Regina José Galindo, Rainer Ganahl, goldiechiari, Hans Haacke, Alfredo Jaar, Jesus Martinez Oliva, Jesus Segura, Ann-Sofi Sidén The world has changed in the last six months. Many of our convictions have collapsed, and we get hit by a new reality everyday. One thing can be sure: our society is governed by fear. Fear is an emotional response to threats and danger. The capacity to fear is part of human nature but the experience of fear is affected by historical and cultural influences. What do people fear most? Change, the other, financial chaos, spiders, death, terrorist attacks, unemployment, being a failure, immigration, being alone, the future...

6/2/2009: JACOB HASHIMOTO

Jacob Hashimoto will be included in IN-FINITUM curated by Axel Vervoordt, Giandomenico Romanelli, Francesco Poli, and Daniela Ferretti at the Palazzo Fortuny Musei Civici Venezia

5/28/2009: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich"s new exhibition in New York is entitled Thrift & Dark Stores and is currently on view at Julie Saul GalleryThis exhibition will present works from Ulrich"s series Thrift (2005 - 2008) and the currently in progress Dark Stores, Ghostboxes and Dead Malls. Opening Thursday, May 28 5:30 -7pm Julie Saul Gallery 535 West 22 Street 6th Floor New York, NY 10011 Phone: 212 627-2410 http://www.saulgallery.com/

5/20/2009: RICHARD REZAC

Click here for a link to Richard Rezac"s new website

5/3/2009: DAWOUD BEY

Class Pictures, Photographs by Dawoud Bey Talk and Book Signing Sunday, May 3, 2009 3:00 pm Art Chicago Art Spot The Merchandise Mart 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza,12th Floor Chicago, Illinois For the past fifteen years, Dawoud Bey has been making striking, large-scale color portraits of students at high schools across the United States. Depicting teenagers from a wide economic, social, and ethnic spectrum—and intensely attentive to their poses and gestures—he has created a highly diverse generational group portrait that intentionally challenges teenage stereotypes. Join Bey at Art Chicago to hear him discuss this series, followed by a book signing. Click here for link

5/3/2009: JACOB HASHIMOTO

Jacob Hashimoto is in the New York Times Click here for a link

4/30/2009: BRIAN ULRICH

Photograph Magazine features the upcoming show at Julie Saul Gallery featuring Brian Ulrich. Click here for a link

4/23/2009: DAWOUD BEY

CLASS PICTURES by Dawoud Bey opens at the Milwaukee Art Museum on Thursday, April 23rd. Click here

4/21/2009: STEPHANIE BROOKS

University Galleries at Illinois State University has published "Stephanie Brooks" Poems and Poem Forms." Brooks designed the book in conjunction with her solo exhibition, Distance Intimacy, presented at University Galleries of Illinois State University from February 24 through April 5, 2009. In addition to book features an essay by Rachel Furnari. Retail price: $10. Click here for a link

4/12/2009: MICKALENE THOMAS

Mickalene Thomas is in the Sunday New York Times. Please click here for a link

4/11/2009: LUIS GISPERT

The Museum of Contemporary Art presents the first comprehensive solo museum exhibition of Luis Gispert. The exhibition features large-scale photographs, videos, sculpture and film, dating from 1999 to the present. The exhibition is organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami and is curated by MOCA Executive Director and Chief Curator Bonnie Clearwater. Click here for a link

4/9/2009: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich is awarded a 2009 Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography! Ulrich will be taking advantage of this award to continue his Copia project which will culminate in a ten year photographic project which addresses one of our biggest challenges at the dawn of the 21st century; our relationship to our consumption and the potential reassessing of its role as purpose in our lives. Edward Hirsch, the president of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, announced today that in its eighty-fifth annual competition for the United States and Canada the Foundation has awarded 180 Fellowships to artists, scientists, and scholars. The successful candidates were chosen from a group of almost 3,000 applicants. Guggenheim Fellows are appointed on the basis of stellar achievement and exceptional promise for continued accomplishment. One of the hallmarks of the Guggenheim Fellowship program is the diversity of its Fellows. The ages of this year’s Fellows range from twenty-nine to seventy; their residences span the world, from Waipahu, Hawaii, to New York City and from Toronto to Glasgow; and their Fellowship projects will carry them to every continent. In all, sixty-two disciplines and sixty-eight different academic institutions are represented by this year’s Fellows.

4/1/2009: SIEBREN VERSTEEG in "Broadcast Yourself" a free public symposium

Siebren Versteeg is in the group exhibition "Broadcast", guest curated by Irene Hofmann. In conjunstion with the exibition, Pratt Manhattan Gallery will present "Broadcast Yourself," a free public symposium at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 in Lecture Hall 213 at 144 West 14th Street. Speakers will include NPR "On The Media" host Brooke Gladstone, "Broadcast" curator Irene Hofmann, and "Broadcast" participating artists Gregory Green, Angel Nevarez and Valarie Tevere of neuroTransmitter, and Siebren Versteeg.

3/13/2009: BRIAN ULRICH in TIME Magazine

Click here to read the article

3/12/2009: ROBERT HEINECKEN

Robert Heinecken will be included in Starburst: Color Photography in America 1970-1980. This exhibition offers the first historical survey of what critics in the seventies called "The New Color Photography." The exhibition is scheduled to open in 2010 at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

3/6/2009: E.V. DAY

E.V. Day is included in the group exhibition HARD/SOFT, co-curated by Brigitte Stepputtis, Head of Couture Vivienne Westwood, and Stacy Engman, Chief Curator Contemporary Art. The exhibition is on view through April 5th 2009 at The National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY.

3/6/2009: The Armory Show 2009

Click here to view the New York Times article on The Armory Show; featuring Rhona Hoffman Gallery and Mickalene Thomas.

12/18/2008: E.V. DAY

Click here to watch a video of E.V. Day working on one of her suspension pieces!

12/11/2008: ART CHICAGO

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is participating in Art Chicago. The fair will run from May 1- 4, 2009.

12/11/2008: ARTE FIERA

Rhona Hoffman Gallery will participate in Arte Fiera/Art First in Bologna Italy, January 23-26, 2009.

12/11/2008: DALLAS ART FAIR

February 5-8, 2009, Rhona Hoffman Gallery will participate in the Dallas Art Fair.

12/11/2008: THE ARMORY SHOW

Rhona Hoffman Gallery will participate in The Armory Show -International Fair of New Art from March 5-9, 2009.

12/4/2008: MICKALENE THOMAS

The National Portrait Gallery recently acquired the print "Michelle O" by Mickalene Thomas.

12/2/2008: ANNE WILSON

Documentation from "Wind-Up: Walking the Warp" by Anne Wilson will be shown at the Triennale Design Museum of Milan, Italy. The exhibition is entitled "Dritto Rovescio" and will take place from the 24th February to the 29th March 2009.

11/20/2008: MICKALENE THOMAS

Mickalene Thomas was recently featured in Time Out Chicago. “Girlfriends, Lovers, Still Lifes and Landscape” opens Friday, November 21 and continues through January 10.

11/15/2008: BRIAN ULRICH

Work by Brian Ulrich is featured in the group exhibition "SIGN/AGE: Lost in the Supermarket" that opens at Armand Bartos Fine Art on November 21st and is on view through December 19th, 2008.

11/6/2008: CHRIS DORLAND

CHRIS DORLAND/ TEST SITE in cooperation with Marc Selwyn Fine Art opens at RENTAL in New York City on Saturday, November 8, 2008.

11/6/2008: NEW CATALOGUE

New City recently reviewed the New Catalogue exhibition "Sergio Vieira De Mello: Rally Paris-Darfur"

10/9/2008: INDUSTRY OF THE ORDINARY

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago , recently opened an exhibition in the UBS 12 x 12 New Artists/New Work Gallery of work by the collaborative group Industry of the Ordinary. The exhibition is on view through November 2.

10/9/2008: NEW CATALOGUE

Their exhibition Sergio Vieira de Mello: Rally Paris-Darfur is featured in Flavorpill.

10/3/2008: Chicago Tribune Review

The exhibition "Angles in America", curated by Terry R. Myers, was recently reviewed in the Chicago Tribune. Click here to read the review.

10/2/2008: Angles in America

Time Out Chicago recently reviewed our current exhibition, Angles in America. Click here to read the article!

10/2/2008: ANNE WILSON

Errant Behaviors by Anne Wilson will be the main exhibition in the Bowdoin College Museum of Art New Media Gallery through January 19, 2009. The soundtrack for the piece is composed by Shawn Decker. Click here for more information.

9/18/2008: KEHINDE WILEY

Kehinde Wiley received the prestigious Americans for the Arts Awards. Other recipients include Julie Andrews, Joan Harris Yoko Ono and Phil Ramone.

8/5/2008: BRIAN ULRICH

Brian Ulrich has several exhibitions opening this fall including Thrift at The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art , NOISE: Young American Photography at TH Inside, and Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes at the Carnegie Museum of Art .

7/17/2008: KEHINDE WILEY

Kehinde Wiley, The World Stage: Africa, Lagos ~ Dakar opens at the Studio Museum in Harlem. The World Stage: Africa, Lagos ~ Dakar is Kehinde Wiley’s first solo exhibition at The Studio Museum in Harlem which opened July 17 and will be on view until October 26th. The exhibition features ten new paintings from his multinational “The World Stage” series. Visit The Studio Museum for more information.

6/11/2008: Kehinde Wiley Catalog: Columbus

Kehinde Wiley Catalog available for $25 + shipping. Published by Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio and Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, California.

1/22/2008: Chris Dorland Catalogues

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to offer limited edition hand silk-screened Chris Dorland catalogues for purchase. They were completed in conjunction with Tiny Vices in New York. The price is $40 plus shipping. A signed copy is also available for $65 plus shipping.

1/2/106: DAVID SCHUTTER

David Schutter is included in the group exhibition, "Native Set Theory," at P420 Arte Contemporanea. The exhibition opens January 30 and will remain open through March 26. Click here for more information.



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