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5 Artists on Our Radar in June 2024

5 Artists on Our Radar in June 2024

Artsy Editorial

June 3, 2024

At the Galleries in Palm Beach for May 26, 2024

At the Galleries in Palm Beach for May 26, 2024

May 26, 2024

Where to Find Great Art in Denver This Weekend

Where to Find Great Art in Denver This Weekend

By Susan Froyd for Westword

May 23, 2024

Chloë Sevigny, Joan Jonas and More: A Who’s Who of Dia Art Foundation’s Spring Benefit

Chloë Sevigny, Joan Jonas and More: A Who’s Who of Dia Art Foundation’s Spring Benefit

By Christa Terry for Observer

May 14, 2024

Two Must-See Palm Beach Art Shows This Spring

Two Must-See Palm Beach Art Shows This Spring

By Whitney Schott for Palmer

May 14, 2024

Julianne Moore, Frances McDormand, and Others Celebrated 50 Years of the Dia Art Foundation

Julianne Moore, Frances McDormand, and Others Celebrated 50 Years of the Dia Art Foundation

By Zachary Schwartz for Vogue

May 13, 2024

GAVLAK representing Jessica Cannon

GAVLAK representing Jessica Cannon

By Phillip Barcio for Art Media Agency

May 8, 2024

Painting with Nature: Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A)’s Art

Painting with Nature: Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A)’s Art

Stream Jose’s episode now on PBS.org/gardenfit

Photography Show Director Lydia Melamed Johnson’s Artists to Watch

Photography Show Director Lydia Melamed Johnson’s Artists to Watch

By Jenna Adrian-Diaz for Surface Magazine

April 26, 2024

Padma Lakshmi Walks Into a Bar

Padma Lakshmi Walks Into a Bar

By Helen Rosner for The New Yorker

April 23, 2024

Blurring the Lines Between Technology and Old-School Art

Blurring the Lines Between Technology and Old-School Art

By Josef Woodard for Santa Barbara Independent

April 22, 2024

Five-Minute Tours: Anthony Sonnenberg at Rockport Center for the Arts

Five-Minute Tours: Anthony Sonnenberg at Rockport Center for the Arts

By Glasstire

April 19, 2024

Michael S. Smith’s Latest Project Is a Masterclass in Indoor-Outdoor Living

Michael S. Smith’s Latest Project Is a Masterclass in Indoor-Outdoor Living

By Andrew Farren for Veranda

April 18, 2024

At the Galleries in Palm Beach for April 14, 2024

At the Galleries in Palm Beach for April 14, 2024

By Palm Beach Daily News

April 14, 2024

Jane Fonda Proves She's the Ultimate Gallery Girl by Raising $10 Million in a Single Night at Gagosian Beverly Hills

Jane Fonda Proves She's the Ultimate Gallery Girl by Raising $10 Million in a Single Night at Gagosian Beverly Hills

By Samantha Brooks for Vogue

April 10, 2024

Gavlak Palm Beach gallery hosting exhibition of work from New York-based artist Nir Hod

Gavlak Palm Beach gallery hosting exhibition of work from New York-based artist Nir Hod

By Jodie Wagner for Palm Beach Daily News

April 5, 2024

No Amount of Rain and Wind Could Stop New Yorkers From Feteing George Condo and Mickalene Thomas at the New Museum’s Spring Gala

No Amount of Rain and Wind Could Stop New Yorkers From Feteing George Condo and Mickalene Thomas at the New Museum’s Spring Gala

By Maia Torres for Vogue

April 4, 2024

Artist Wynne makes poetry with poured glass

Artist Wynne makes poetry with poured glass

By Sandra Schulman for Palm Beach Arts Paper

March 14, 2024

The Society of the Four Arts: Commissions in Art

The Society of the Four Arts: Commissions in Art

GAVLAK is pleased to announce Nancy Lorenz's participation with The Society of the Four Arts as their featured lecturer discussing Commissions in Art.

March 6, 2024

amfAR Gala

amfAR Gala

GAVLAK and Nancy Lorenz are pleased to announce our support of The Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) with the donation of the artist's work, Cieli e Terra, 2023, to this year's fundraising gala in Palm Beach.

March 2, 2024

Space race fakery, a CIA manual and a 10ft man: group show in Florida reveals the art of deception

Space race fakery, a CIA manual and a 10ft man: group show in Florida reveals the art of deception

Torey Akers for The Art Newspaper

December 8, 2023

Boca Raton Museum of Art to Out Fakes and Frauds

Boca Raton Museum of Art to Out Fakes and Frauds

By Sam Gaskin for Ocula Magazine

September 28, 2023

The World Premiere of the Teiger Award-winning Exhibition Smoke and Mirrors: Magical Thinking in Contemporary Art

The World Premiere of the Teiger Award-winning Exhibition Smoke and Mirrors: Magical Thinking in Contemporary Art

By Premier Guide Miami

October 2, 2023

Deception Perception

Deception Perception

By Missy Schwartz for The Wrapbook | Photography by Marilyn Minter

February 21, 2024

A Closer Look: A Roundup of Art Happenings in Palm Beach

A Closer Look: A Roundup of Art Happenings in Palm Beach

By Whitney Schott for Palmer

February 20, 2024

Independent New York Names Exhibitor List for 2024 Edition in May

Independent New York Names Exhibitor List for 2024 Edition in May

By Maximilíano Durón for Artnews

January 31, 2024

4 Must-See Art Shows in Palm Beach This Winter

4 Must-See Art Shows in Palm Beach This Winter

By Annabel Keenan

January 22, 2024

Take 5: Henri’s Red, Embroidery Art, 34 Basketball Hoops, + More

Take 5: Henri’s Red, Embroidery Art, 34 Basketball Hoops, + More

By Vy Yang for Design Milk

December 14, 2023

Art Basel Miami Beach's 21st Edition Marks a Milestone in the Fair's History

Art Basel Miami Beach's 21st Edition Marks a Milestone in the Fair's History

By J. Scott Orr for White Hot Magazine

December 2023

As the Art World Contends With Political Discord, Art Basel Miami Beach Marks an Optimistic Turn for the Markets

As the Art World Contends With Political Discord, Art Basel Miami Beach Marks an Optimistic Turn for the Markets

By Jacoba Urist for Cultured

December 8, 2023

Film stars showcased as part of new art exhibition at Gavlak gallery in Palm Beach

Film stars showcased as part of new art exhibition at Gavlak gallery in Palm Beach

By Jodie Wagner for Palm Beach Daily News

December 6, 2023

Five gallery shows not to miss in South Florida during Art Basel Miami Beach

Five gallery shows not to miss in South Florida during Art Basel Miami Beach

By Laurie Rojas for Art Basel

December 1, 2023

Andrew Brischler: Self Portraits

Andrew Brischler: Self Portraits

By Whitewall

November 30, 2023

Creation for Creation’s Sake: A Review of Ruth Duckworth at Smart Museum

Creation for Creation’s Sake: A Review of Ruth Duckworth at Smart Museum

By Ally Fouts for Newcity Art

October 23, 2023

Want to Be an Artist? We Asked 9 Famous Figures How to Turn Your Passion Into Your Profession

Want to Be an Artist? We Asked 9 Famous Figures How to Turn Your Passion Into Your Profession

By Camilia Fateh for Cultured

October 16, 2023

New Gallery and Education Space Opens in Wimberley, Texas

New Gallery and Education Space Opens in Wimberley, Texas

By Jessica Fuentes for Glasstire

October 6, 2023

After Two Decades as an Art World Outlier, Marc Dennis’s Time Has Come

After Two Decades as an Art World Outlier, Marc Dennis’s Time Has Come

By Daniel Cassady for ARTnews

October 6, 2023

A New Intensive Career Development Program at the Art Students League of New York Aims to Mint the Next Generation of Art Stars

A New Intensive Career Development Program at the Art Students League of New York Aims to Mint the Next Generation of Art Stars

By Artnet Gallery Network

October 4, 2023

Rob Wynne: AFTERGLOW

Rob Wynne: AFTERGLOW

By William Corwin for The Brooklyn Rail

October 4, 2023

Awilda Sterling Duprey: The Body Dances As It Paints

Awilda Sterling Duprey: The Body Dances As It Paints

By Edra Soto for Hispanic Executive

October 2, 2023

10 Art Shows to See in Chicago This Fall

10 Art Shows to See in Chicago This Fall

By Zoë Lescaze for Hyperallergic

October 2, 2023

Three Jews and a Painting

Three Jews and a Painting

By Jerry Saltz for Vulture

September 26, 2023

Fall Museums Guide: Art Across Hyde Park

Fall Museums Guide: Art Across Hyde Park

By Max Blaisdell for Hyde Park Herald

September 1, 2023

Can’t-Miss Art Events (Fall Arts Preview 2023)

Can’t-Miss Art Events (Fall Arts Preview 2023)

By Brian Hieggelke for Newcity Art

August 31, 2023

Architect Charles Renfro bought the simple, first house Horace Gifford designed on Fire Island and only added outdoor rooms.

Architect Charles Renfro bought the simple, first house Horace Gifford designed on Fire Island and only added outdoor rooms.

By Wendy Goodman for Curbed

August 29, 2023

Uncommon Clay at Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Uncommon Clay at Santa Barbara Museum of Art

By Josef Woodard for Santa Barbara Independent

August 7, 2023

Beauty-Inspired Home Care From Courteney Cox, Stylish Beverages, And Other New Products We Loved in July

Beauty-Inspired Home Care From Courteney Cox, Stylish Beverages, And Other New Products We Loved in July

By Audrey Lee for Architectural Digest

August 4, 2023

This Too Shall Pass - The Power of Flora

This Too Shall Pass - The Power of Flora

By David Valero for Metal Magazine

August 1, 2023

What I Buy and Why: Curator Roya Khadjavi on Celebrating the Next Generation of Iranian Women Artists, One Work at a Time

What I Buy and Why: Curator Roya Khadjavi on Celebrating the Next Generation of Iranian Women Artists, One Work at a Time

By Lee Carter for Artnet News

August 1, 2023

Women Artists Who Are Not Barbie

Women Artists Who Are Not Barbie

By Alexandra Bregman for Forbes

August 1, 2023

Immerse Yourself in "Vibrant Escape: An Ode to Summer" at WOAW Gallery's Hong Kong Outpost

Immerse Yourself in "Vibrant Escape: An Ode to Summer" at WOAW Gallery's Hong Kong Outpost

By Keith Estiler for Hypebeast

July 27, 2023

What to do in Hong Kong this month: August 2023

What to do in Hong Kong this month: August 2023

By Gemma Shaw for Hong Kong Living

July 27, 2023

Mum, dad, other: intimate photographs of parents – in pictures

Mum, dad, other: intimate photographs of parents – in pictures

By The Guardian

July 26, 2023

Tour 9 Palm Beach Houses That Will Immediately Make You Crave a Sunny Vacation

Tour 9 Palm Beach Houses That Will Immediately Make You Crave a Sunny Vacation

By Rachel Davies for Architectural Digest

July 25, 2023

I Know What You Did Last Summer

I Know What You Did Last Summer

By Art Plugged

July 23, 2023

Intimate Strangers | Yancey Richardson Reviews

Intimate Strangers | Yancey Richardson Reviews

By Simran Tuteja for Musee Magazine

July 21, 2023

BMA Contemporary Installations Feature Baltimore Artists & Tiona Nekkia McClodden

BMA Contemporary Installations Feature Baltimore Artists & Tiona Nekkia McClodden

By Phinesse Demps for The Baltimore Times

July 20, 2023

Vibrant Escape: An Ode to Summer

Vibrant Escape: An Ode to Summer

By Woaw Gallery for Hong Kong Art Gallery Association

July 20, 2023

Short Cuts

Short Cuts

By Josie Long for BBC

July 18, 2023

'Intimate Strangers' at Yancey Richardson to feature the photographs and videos of 16 artists

'Intimate Strangers' at Yancey Richardson to feature the photographs and videos of 16 artists

By Jose Villarreal for Artdaily

July 13, 2023

Praz-Delavallade presenting relationships between our unconscious and 'phantasmal' in 'SUMMER SPIRITS'

Praz-Delavallade presenting relationships between our unconscious and 'phantasmal' in 'SUMMER SPIRITS'

By Artdaily

July 13, 2023

Intimate Strangers

Intimate Strangers

Yancey Richardson

July 12, 2023

This Too Shall Pass

This Too Shall Pass

By Art Plugged

July 12, 2023

DMV Artists Flourish at Venus Over Manhattan Gallery Exhibition

DMV Artists Flourish at Venus Over Manhattan Gallery Exhibition

By Andrew S. Jacobson for The Washington Informer

July 12, 2023

Venus Over Manhattan opens 'This Too Shall Pass', a group exhibition curated by Racquel Chevremont

Venus Over Manhattan opens 'This Too Shall Pass', a group exhibition curated by Racquel Chevremont

By Artdaily

July 11, 2023

Artist Spotlight with Taha Heydari

Artist Spotlight with Taha Heydari

By ArteEast

July 10, 2023

Delta Voices

Delta Voices

July 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

July 8, 2023

AMFA to Host Free 'Delta Voices' Artist Talk

AMFA to Host Free 'Delta Voices' Artist Talk

By Josie Burnett for Little Rock Soiree

July 7, 2023

Crates and all: Kathy Grayson’s Hole gallery unearths rarely seen art from around L.A.

Crates and all: Kathy Grayson’s Hole gallery unearths rarely seen art from around L.A.

By Jessica Gelt for LA Times

June 30, 2023

Does your next project need an art consultant? Here’s what to know

Does your next project need an art consultant? Here’s what to know

By Haley Chouinard for Yahoo Life

June 29, 2023

Gavlak Palm Beach Unveils “Tupelo Honey”

Gavlak Palm Beach Unveils “Tupelo Honey”

By Site Staff for Palm Beach Illustrated

June 29, 2023

Braxton Garneau, Artist – Edmonton

Braxton Garneau, Artist – Edmonton

By Akimbo

June 29, 2023

ADAA Names Exhibitors for 35th Anniversary Art Show in November

ADAA Names Exhibitors for 35th Anniversary Art Show in November

By Maximilíano Durón for Artnews

June 22, 2023

Artists Plan to Gather in Front of NY Museums and Meta Offices to Protest Censorship of Art on Social Media

Artists Plan to Gather in Front of NY Museums and Meta Offices to Protest Censorship of Art on Social Media

By Widewalls

June 21, 2023

It's as sweet: GAVLAK Palm Beach 's 'Tupelo Honey' evokes the hot days of summer

It's as sweet: GAVLAK Palm Beach 's 'Tupelo Honey' evokes the hot days of summer

By Palm Beach Daily News

June 13, 2023

Braxton Garneau's exhibition Procession on view until July 1 at GAVLAK

Braxton Garneau's exhibition Procession on view until July 1 at GAVLAK

By Artdaily

June 12, 2023

Tupelo Honey

Tupelo Honey

By Meer

June 12, 2023

Anthony Sonnenberg: Cannons Buried in Flowers at GAVLAK, Los Angeles

Anthony Sonnenberg: Cannons Buried in Flowers at GAVLAK, Los Angeles

By Ceramics Now

June 5, 2023

The Artist Jake Clark Has Many Muses, and They’re All Classic Restaurants

The Artist Jake Clark Has Many Muses, and They’re All Classic Restaurants

By Emily Wilson for Resy

June 2, 2023

Afro-Caribbean Artist Awilda Sterling And Her Captivating Exhibition Gets An Extension

Afro-Caribbean Artist Awilda Sterling And Her Captivating Exhibition Gets An Extension

By John Liang for Culturs Mag

June 2, 2023

Tiffany & Co.’s Legendary New York Flagship Receives a Lustrous Reinvention

Tiffany & Co.’s Legendary New York Flagship Receives a Lustrous Reinvention

By Jill Newman for Elle Decor

May 29, 2023

Puerto Rican artist/dancer's works featured at Gavlak gallery

Puerto Rican artist/dancer's works featured at Gavlak gallery

By Jodie Wagner for Palm Beach Daily News

May 23, 2023

In Pictures: The Museum of Arts and Design’s ‘Funk You Too!’ Exhibition Traces the Irreverent Roots of the Contemporary Clay Craze

In Pictures: The Museum of Arts and Design’s ‘Funk You Too!’ Exhibition Traces the Irreverent Roots of the Contemporary Clay Craze

By Artnet News

May 20, 2023

Newport Art Museum weaves textiles and apparel in two outstanding exhibitions

Newport Art Museum weaves textiles and apparel in two outstanding exhibitions

By James Baumgartner for The Publics Radio

May 18, 2023

Down to a Fine Art

Down to a Fine Art

By Stephanie Davis Smith for Lifestyles South Florida

May 18, 2023

Awilda Sterling Works On View at Gavlak

Awilda Sterling Works On View at Gavlak

By Site Staff for Palm Beach Illustrated

May 18, 2023

The Book Column : Marilyn Minter : Elder Sex

The Book Column : Marilyn Minter : Elder Sex

By Zoé Isle De Beauchaine for The Eye of Photography

May 16, 2023

Racine Art Museum celebrates 20th anniversary in 2023

Racine Art Museum celebrates 20th anniversary in 2023

By Journal Times

May 15, 2023

Exploring the Power of Language: Black Writing Exhibition at Spencer Museum of Art Showcases the Intersection of Visual Art and Literature

Exploring the Power of Language: Black Writing Exhibition at Spencer Museum of Art Showcases the Intersection of Visual Art and Literature

by Elaine Gonzalez for Sugarcane Mag

May 11, 2023

Art Attack: Galleries Cultivate Mother's Day Florals and More

Art Attack: Galleries Cultivate Mother's Day Florals and More

By Susan Froyd for Westword

May 11, 2023

Marilyn Minter's Uninhibited Portrayal of Elder Sex

Marilyn Minter's Uninhibited Portrayal of Elder Sex

By Juxtapoz

May 11, 2023

The Great Women Artists » Marilyn Minter

The Great Women Artists » Marilyn Minter

By Katy Hessel for The Great Women Artists Podcast

May 9, 2023

Marc Dennis in Conversation with Shalini Passi

Marc Dennis in Conversation with Shalini Passi

By Shalini Passi for MASH Magazine

May 9, 2023

What I Buy and Why: Collector Lisa Fayne Cohen on Acquiring Her Cecily Brown and the Joan Mitchell That Got Away

What I Buy and Why: Collector Lisa Fayne Cohen on Acquiring Her Cecily Brown and the Joan Mitchell That Got Away

By Artnet News

May 8, 2023

PHOTOS: AMFAR Gala to benefit The Foundation for AIDS Research at a private home

PHOTOS: AMFAR Gala to benefit The Foundation for AIDS Research at a private home

By Palm Beach Daily News

May 4, 2023

8 Must-See Gallery Shows Around the U.S. This May

8 Must-See Gallery Shows Around the U.S. This May

By Paul Laster for Galarie Magazine

May 2, 2023

Los ritmos de Awilda Sterling-Duprey

Los ritmos de Awilda Sterling-Duprey

By Elnuevodia

May 2, 2023

Awilda Sterling’s Dance of Colors: A Fusion of Art, Culture, and Movement

Awilda Sterling’s Dance of Colors: A Fusion of Art, Culture, and Movement

By Barion McQueen for South Florida Digest

April 29, 2023

Exhibit at Hammonds House creates conversation about black, Blackness

Exhibit at Hammonds House creates conversation about black, Blackness

By Sawyer Buccy for PeachTreeTV

April 27, 2023

Lizzo and Lady Gaga as provocative muse in Marilyn Minter’s steamy new portraits

Lizzo and Lady Gaga as provocative muse in Marilyn Minter’s steamy new portraits

By Happy Mag

April 26, 2023

An Inside Look at Christian Louboutin’s New Boutique Hotel in Portugal

An Inside Look at Christian Louboutin’s New Boutique Hotel in Portugal

By Britney Eschelman for Hotels Above Par

April 25, 2023

Lizzo and Lady Gaga Star in Marilyn Minter’s New Steamed-Up Portraits

Lizzo and Lady Gaga Star in Marilyn Minter’s New Steamed-Up Portraits

By Jessica Allen for Artsy

April 25, 2023

Depictions of Home at the Dallas Art Fair

Depictions of Home at the Dallas Art Fair

By Jessica Fuentes for Glasstire

April 24, 2023

Proving you CAN be sexy after 70: Artist captures VERY erotic images of elderly men and women in their underwear in a bid to champion sex positivity at any age

Proving you CAN be sexy after 70: Artist captures VERY erotic images of elderly men and women in their underwear in a bid to champion sex positivity at any age

By Raven Saunt for Dailymail

April 23, 2023

The Story is in the Soil

The Story is in the Soil

By Cory Schachtel for Edify

April 25, 2023

Paul Stephen Benjamin explores the color black and all its possibilities

Paul Stephen Benjamin explores the color black and all its possibilities

By Shelley Danzy for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

April 20, 2023

Sex positivity after 70: Marilyn Minter's sensual photographs of couples in their golden years

Sex positivity after 70: Marilyn Minter's sensual photographs of couples in their golden years

By Jacqui Palumbo for CNN

April 17, 2023

MUST SEE Luke O'Halloran

MUST SEE Luke O'Halloran

by Artforum

April 8, 2023

Longtime mural at financial exchange building moving to University of Chicago

Longtime mural at financial exchange building moving to University of Chicago

By Sun-Times staff for Chicago Suntimes

March 31, 2023

Bard College: Robert Storr Gives 25,000 volumes, The Core of His Library and Papers From His Professional Archive to Center for Curatorial Studies

Bard College: Robert Storr Gives 25,000 volumes, The Core of His Library and Papers From His Professional Archive to Center for Curatorial Studies

By Gary Price for Info Docket

March 29,2023

Art Historian Robert Storr gives Vast Archive to Bard College

Art Historian Robert Storr gives Vast Archive to Bard College

By Angelica Villa for ArtNews

March 29, 2023

PICS: A night’s stay at Christian Louboutin’s debut hotel won’t break the bank (too much)

PICS: A night’s stay at Christian Louboutin’s debut hotel won’t break the bank (too much)

By Rebecca Dore

March 20, 2023

Divine Intervention

Divine Intervention

By Stephen Wallis for Galarie magazine

March 10, 2023

The Legacy, Style, And Grace Of The Beverly Hilton

The Legacy, Style, And Grace Of The Beverly Hilton

By Allyson Portee for Forbes

March 15, 2023

The Best Art Exhibitions To See In Hong Kong This March

The Best Art Exhibitions To See In Hong Kong This March

By Alyanna Raissa J. Payos for Vogue Hong Kong

March 13, 2023

Deborah Brown Commission

Deborah Brown Commission

by amfAR

March 10, 2023

These Rare Collectibles Are on Auction

These Rare Collectibles Are on Auction

By Prestige Online Hong Kong

March 9, 2023

A New Exhibition at Rollins Museum of Art is a Call to Action by Gender Minority Artists from Across the Globe

A New Exhibition at Rollins Museum of Art is a Call to Action by Gender Minority Artists from Across the Globe

By Emilee Perdue for Flamingo Magazine

March 8, 2023

Review: Awilda Sterling-Duprey Summons Dancing Forces of Nature

Review: Awilda Sterling-Duprey Summons Dancing Forces of Nature

By Brian Seibert for the New York Times

March 5, 2023

amfAR gala to feature Krakowski, Lynch

amfAR gala to feature Krakowski, Lynch

By Palm Beach Florida Weekly Staff for Palm Beach Florida Weekly

March 2, 2023

The Peninsula Chicago Celebrates Expo Chicago With the Contemporary Art Exhibition Neo Chicago Featuring Highlights From the Beth Rudin Dewoody Collection

The Peninsula Chicago Celebrates Expo Chicago With the Contemporary Art Exhibition Neo Chicago Featuring Highlights From the Beth Rudin Dewoody Collection

By PRWeb

February 28, 2023

6 must-see art exhibitions in Hong Kong this March

6 must-see art exhibitions in Hong Kong this March

By Charmaine Ng for Lifestyle Asia

February 28, 2023

“Deborah Brown: Silent Shadows” Will Be Presented In Celebration Of Hong Kong Arts Month

“Deborah Brown: Silent Shadows” Will Be Presented In Celebration Of Hong Kong Arts Month

By ArtThat Editorial

Febuary 23, 2023

An Exclusive First Look at the 2023 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach

An Exclusive First Look at the 2023 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach

By Grace Haynes for Veranda

February 22, 2023

Bonhams Celebrates Hong Kong Arts Month in March with Contemporary Exhibition

Bonhams Celebrates Hong Kong Arts Month in March with Contemporary Exhibition

By Benedict Tsang for Bonhams

February 22, 2023

Highlights of Art Week 2023

Highlights of Art Week 2023

BY Agnes Lew for Beverly Hills Courier

February 17, 2023

Los Angeles Frieze Out: Brooklyn artists descend on Cali

Los Angeles Frieze Out: Brooklyn artists descend on Cali

Vittoria Benzine for Brooklyn Magazine

February 17, 2023

Twenty Treasures Found at LA’s Art Week 2023 – The Art Treasure Hunt, Felix

Twenty Treasures Found at LA’s Art Week 2023 – The Art Treasure Hunt, Felix

By Chris Carr for Eat Travel Go

February 15, 2023

GAVLAK at Felix Art Fair

GAVLAK at Felix Art Fair

By Lindsay Preston Zappas for KCRW

February 15, 2023

Three Top Tastemakers' Scoops on Palm Beach

Three Top Tastemakers' Scoops on Palm Beach

By Cultured Magazine for Cultured Magazine

February 11, 2023

K Contemporary exhibition sets tone for 2023

K Contemporary exhibition sets tone for 2023

By Stephanie Gates for YourHub

February 9, 2023

Marc Dennis: Dances with Old Master Paintings at GAVLAK Gallery

Marc Dennis: Dances with Old Master Paintings at GAVLAK Gallery

By Lita Barrie for Whitehot Magazine

January 28, 2023

Celebrate Autonomy and Womanhood All Year Long

Celebrate Autonomy and Womanhood All Year Long

By Anna Zanes for Office Magazine

January 27, 2023

Marc Dennis’ Once Upon a Time At The Gavlak is a Spectacle and Meditation

Marc Dennis’ Once Upon a Time At The Gavlak is a Spectacle and Meditation

By Cyan Leigh Dacasin for Gurus Magazine

January 26, 2023

This Exhibition Claims That “All Art Is Virtual”

This Exhibition Claims That “All Art Is Virtual”

By Jordan Eddy for Hyperallergic

January 24, 2023

THE THREAT OF SAYING MORE THAN WHAT IT IS

THE THREAT OF SAYING MORE THAN WHAT IT IS

By Dario Escobar for Crash

January 11, 2023

Ten More to Remember—and Not Just Because…

Ten More to Remember—and Not Just Because…

by Ezrha Jean Black for Artillery Magazine

January 19, 2023

Studio Visit with Deborah Brown and the Perfect Pandemic Paintings

Studio Visit with Deborah Brown and the Perfect Pandemic Paintings

By the Cultivist

January 5, 2023

Marilyn Minter’s Upcoming Series Reimagines Modern Feminist Icons From Lizzo to Jasmine Wahi as ‘21st-Century Odalisques’

Marilyn Minter’s Upcoming Series Reimagines Modern Feminist Icons From Lizzo to Jasmine Wahi as ‘21st-Century Odalisques’

By Annie Armstrong for Artnet News

January 4, 2023

‘There Were No Surprises’: Andrea Fraser, Paul Rucker, and Others Respond to Our Research on Representation in the Art World

‘There Were No Surprises’: Andrea Fraser, Paul Rucker, and Others Respond to Our Research on Representation in the Art World

By Artnet News

December 27, 2022

Canon in Drag: Female Artists Reimagine Famous Works by Men

Canon in Drag: Female Artists Reimagine Famous Works by Men

By Karen Chernick for ARTnews

December 26, 2022

Marilyn Minter Changed Art. She Is Still ‘Filthy’ and Fabulous

Marilyn Minter Changed Art. She Is Still ‘Filthy’ and Fabulous

Helen Holmes for The Daily Beast

December 24, 2022

Marc Dennis at GAVLAK

Marc Dennis at GAVLAK

By Lindsay Preston Zappas for KCRW

December 15, 2022

FriendsWithYou Presents "Starchild" Sculpture in Celebration of Unity

FriendsWithYou Presents "Starchild" Sculpture in Celebration of Unity

By Andrea Sacal for Hypebeast

December 13, 2022

The Met’s Annual Acquisitions Gala Raised $4 Million for New Works

The Met’s Annual Acquisitions Gala Raised $4 Million for New Works

By Zachary Weiss for Vogue

December 9, 2022

‘New Wave’ Of Artists Transform The Palm Beaches Into Pioneering Art World Destination

‘New Wave’ Of Artists Transform The Palm Beaches Into Pioneering Art World Destination

By Natasha Gural for Forbes

December 7, 2022

Pharrell eyes $100K clay piece at Art Basel

Pharrell eyes $100K clay piece at Art Basel

By Leah Bitsky for Page Six

November 30, 2022

New Wave Art Wknd returns with public events, new artist-in-residence

New Wave Art Wknd returns with public events, new artist-in-residence

By Jane Moore for Palm Beach Daily News

November 29, 2022

Art Basel to mark 20th anniversary in Miami Beach with largest event to date

Art Basel to mark 20th anniversary in Miami Beach with largest event to date

by Jane Moore for Palm Beach Daily

November 28, 2022

The Best Room At: The Esmé Miami Beach

The Best Room At: The Esmé Miami Beach

By Erik Maza

November 28, 2022

The environmental toll of the art world: how are fairs contending with Miami's fragile environment?

The environmental toll of the art world: how are fairs contending with Miami's fragile environment?

By Annabel Keenan for the Art Newspaper

November 28, 2022

'I've missed out on works simply by answering an email a little too late': collector Beth Rudin DeWoody on the art she regrets not buying

'I've missed out on works simply by answering an email a little too late': collector Beth Rudin DeWoody on the art she regrets not buying

By Benjamin Sutton for The Art Newspaper

November 25, 2022

Palm Beach Gallerist Sarah Gavlak Has a Penchant for Works on Paper by Women Artists, and the Color Pink. She Gave Us a Peek at Her Collection

Palm Beach Gallerist Sarah Gavlak Has a Penchant for Works on Paper by Women Artists, and the Color Pink. She Gave Us a Peek at Her Collection

By Maxwell Williams for ArtNet

November 23, 2022

WUM NEWS PALM BEACH–Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.): Elegy for the Venezuelan Exile at GAVLAK

WUM NEWS PALM BEACH–Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.): Elegy for the Venezuelan Exile at GAVLAK

By Jesús Manuel Rojas Torres for Whatsup Miami

November 22, 2022

The Artful Life: 5 Things Galerie Editors Love This Week

The Artful Life: 5 Things Galerie Editors Love This Week

By Galerie Editors for Galerie Magazine

November 22, 2022

The 2022 ADAA Art Show Is Back at New York’s Park Avenue Armory

The 2022 ADAA Art Show Is Back at New York’s Park Avenue Armory

by Shawn Ghassemitari for Hype Art

November 4, 2022

"TERMS OF BELONGING" GROUP EXHIBITION ON VIEW NOW AT GAVLAK GALLERY

"TERMS OF BELONGING" GROUP EXHIBITION ON VIEW NOW AT GAVLAK GALLERY

November 17, 2022

On its 60th Anniversary, The Art Dealers Association of America is Conducting its Grandest Art Expo, With 78 Different Exhibitors

On its 60th Anniversary, The Art Dealers Association of America is Conducting its Grandest Art Expo, With 78 Different Exhibitors

by Namrata Parab for Luxury Abode

July 18, 2022

MUST SEE - ARTFORUM

MUST SEE - ARTFORUM

November 11, 2022

FRIENDSWITHYOU TO UNVEIL 50FT TALL PUBLIC SCULPTURE, STARCHILD, FOR 2022 MIAMI ART WEEK.

FRIENDSWITHYOU TO UNVEIL 50FT TALL PUBLIC SCULPTURE, STARCHILD, FOR 2022 MIAMI ART WEEK.

By Mark Westall

November 8, 2022

FriendsWithYou Reveals 50-Foot 'Starchild' Sculpture for Art Basel Miami

FriendsWithYou Reveals 50-Foot 'Starchild' Sculpture for Art Basel Miami

BY Brycen Saunders for Hype Beast

November 7, 2022

Nel Park Avenue Armory di New York c’è la fiera “The Art Show”

Nel Park Avenue Armory di New York c’è la fiera “The Art Show”

By Francesca Magnani

November 5, 2022

A Fair Where the Art Shines (Grandstanding Not Required)

A Fair Where the Art Shines (Grandstanding Not Required)

By Martha Schwendener for The New York Times

November 3, 2022

Amy Phelan’s Wonderful, Art-Filled World

Amy Phelan’s Wonderful, Art-Filled World

By Judy Martel

November 1, 2022

Experiencing Art on a More Intimate Scale at the Art Show

Experiencing Art on a More Intimate Scale at the Art Show

By Abby Schultz for Penta

October 19, 2022

Billboard Companies Reject “Inflammatory” Art for Pro-Voting Campaign

Billboard Companies Reject “Inflammatory” Art for Pro-Voting Campaign

By Jasmine Liu

October 31, 2022

Female Artists Fight for Equality. It’s Not a Pretty Picture.

Female Artists Fight for Equality. It’s Not a Pretty Picture.

By Helen Holmes

October 28, 2022

I’m Jewish and I Don’t Want to Leave Again

I’m Jewish and I Don’t Want to Leave Again

by Deborah Kass for Hyperallergic

October 26, 2022

These artists challenge our comfort with our bodies and our emotions

These artists challenge our comfort with our bodies and our emotions

by Ray Mark Rinaldi for The Denver Post

October 17, 2022

Spotlight: The Group Exhibition ‘Sensitive Content’ Focuses on the Past and Future of Censorship in Art

Spotlight: The Group Exhibition ‘Sensitive Content’ Focuses on the Past and Future of Censorship in Art

Artnet Gallery Network

October 12, 2022

5 Latinx Artists Using Abstraction to Address Precolonial Histories

5 Latinx Artists Using Abstraction to Address Precolonial Histories

by Ayanna Dozier

October 6, 2022

MEET GESAMKUNSTWERK ARTIST MARNIE WEBER

MEET GESAMKUNSTWERK ARTIST MARNIE WEBER

by Shana Nys Dambrot for LA Weekly

July 18, 2022

Marilyn Minter on Art, Life & Everything In Between

Marilyn Minter on Art, Life & Everything In Between

By Artspace Editors for Artspace

August 30, 2022

Who Goes to See a Big Regional Art Show? Here Are 3 Takeaways From Prospect New Orleans’s Candid Report on Visitor Attendance

Who Goes to See a Big Regional Art Show? Here Are 3 Takeaways From Prospect New Orleans’s Candid Report on Visitor Attendance

by Ben Davis for Art Net

August 15, 2022

In Conversation with Awilda Sterling-Duprey: (Un)Drawing the Continent Blindfolded

In Conversation with Awilda Sterling-Duprey: (Un)Drawing the Continent Blindfolded

By Jose Alvarez for America Latina

July 27, 2022

As It Turns 60, the ADAA Plans Its Largest Art Fair Yet, With 78 Exhibitors

As It Turns 60, the ADAA Plans Its Largest Art Fair Yet, With 78 Exhibitors

By Maximiliano Duron for Artnews

July 14, 2022

‘It Felt Like an Overwhelming Collapse’: Artist Lisa Anne Auerbach on Why the Overturning of ‘Roe v. Wade’ Made Her Unraveling ‘Rights’ Work Go Viral Knitting becomes a powerful metaphor in the artist's work.

‘It Felt Like an Overwhelming Collapse’: Artist Lisa Anne Auerbach on Why the Overturning of ‘Roe v. Wade’ Made Her Unraveling ‘Rights’ Work Go Viral Knitting becomes a powerful metaphor in the artist's work.

By Sarah Cascone for artnet July 12, 2022

‘I'm now living in a world where young women have fewer rights than I did’: art world reacts to US Supreme Court decision ending abortion rights

‘I'm now living in a world where young women have fewer rights than I did’: art world reacts to US Supreme Court decision ending abortion rights

By Anni Irish for the Art Newspaper, June 24, 2022

How Women Artists Are Responding to the Overturning of Roe v. Wade

How Women Artists Are Responding to the Overturning of Roe v. Wade

By Ryan Waddoups for Surface, June 24, 2022

One Big Lump of Clay: On Ruth Duckworth’s Earth, Water, Sky

One Big Lump of Clay: On Ruth Duckworth’s Earth, Water, Sky

By Jack Schneider for Unsettled Ground, June 12, 2022

The Art Career Podcast Seeks to Demystify the Art World

The Art Career Podcast Seeks to Demystify the Art World

By Annabel Keenan for Art Fuse, June 11, 2022

PHOTOS: Faces and Places

PHOTOS: Faces and Places

By Meghan McCarthy for Palm Beach Daily News, June 10, 2022

Louboutin presents ‘Greekaba’, designed by Konstantin Kakanias, modelled by Nadia Matsa

Louboutin presents ‘Greekaba’, designed by Konstantin Kakanias, modelled by Nadia Matsa

By Nelly Skoufatoglou for Neos Komos, June 10, 2022

THE BRISTOL BRAINS BEHIND WORLD’S FIRST LGBTQ+ VR MUSEUM

THE BRISTOL BRAINS BEHIND WORLD’S FIRST LGBTQ+ VR MUSEUM

By Flossie Palmer for Bristol 24/7, June 9, 2022

“Wounded Knee III” in “Unsettled Ground” Destabilizes Conversations Around the Ground Beneath Our Feet

“Wounded Knee III” in “Unsettled Ground” Destabilizes Conversations Around the Ground Beneath Our Feet

By Kina Takahashi for The Chicago Maroon, June 6, 2022

MIT-Israel cooperation celebrated at MISTI event

MIT-Israel cooperation celebrated at MISTI event

By Alan Rosenbaum for The Jerusalem Post, June 2, 2022

Shop The New Christian Louboutin Greekaba Collection

Shop The New Christian Louboutin Greekaba Collection

By Breanna Crews for Town & Country, June 1, 2022

Linda Daniels: Splits

Linda Daniels: Splits

By Terry R. Myers for The Brooklyn Rail, June 1, 2022

The Art Career — Ecosystem that Breaks Down Barriers in Arts

The Art Career — Ecosystem that Breaks Down Barriers in Arts

By Anna Mikaela Ekstrand for Fine Art Globe, May 31, 2022

‘I’ll Never Be the Only Woman Again’: Two Art World Stars Discuss a Texas Show of Women Painting Women

‘I’ll Never Be the Only Woman Again’: Two Art World Stars Discuss a Texas Show of Women Painting Women

By Tessa Solomon for ARTnews May 20, 2022

Daniel Boulud's New French Comfort Food Restaurant Debuts At The Beekman

Daniel Boulud's New French Comfort Food Restaurant Debuts At The Beekman

By Stephanie Maida for Guest of a Guest May 19, 2022

Major Food Group Debuts Dirty French Steakhouse in Miami; Daniel Boulud Opens Le Gratin in New York

Major Food Group Debuts Dirty French Steakhouse in Miami; Daniel Boulud Opens Le Gratin in New York

By Shawn Zylberberg and Collin Dreizen for Wine Spectator May 19, 2022

Yo, it’s back. Philly’s Jewish museum reopens after 26 months closed

Yo, it’s back. Philly’s Jewish museum reopens after 26 months closed

By Peter Crimmins for Whyy May 13, 2022

How to Decorate Like a French Beauty Magnate

How to Decorate Like a French Beauty Magnate

By Rebecca Melinsky for the Wall Street Journal May 13, 2022

Cultured and Orlebar Brown Celebrate "Club Tropicana" Launch at the Santa Monica Proper Hotel

Cultured and Orlebar Brown Celebrate "Club Tropicana" Launch at the Santa Monica Proper Hotel

By Molly Wilcox for Cultured May 11, 2022

Legendary Noncomformists Marilyn Minter and Michele Lamy on Sex, Aging, and Beauty

Legendary Noncomformists Marilyn Minter and Michele Lamy on Sex, Aging, and Beauty

Harpers Bazar May 11, 2022

Urban Grit Meets California Cool at Pendry Manhattan West

Urban Grit Meets California Cool at Pendry Manhattan West

By Kathryn Greene for Hospitality Design May 9, 2022

‘It’s not surprising, but it’s totally shocking’: artists respond to leaked US Supreme Court document threatening abortion access

‘It’s not surprising, but it’s totally shocking’: artists respond to leaked US Supreme Court document threatening abortion access

By Annie Irish for Art Newspaper May 9, 2022

Artist and Activist Marilyn Minter on Roe Leak: This Is ‘What Minority Rule Looks Like’

Artist and Activist Marilyn Minter on Roe Leak: This Is ‘What Minority Rule Looks Like’

By Marilyn Minter for ARTnews May 5, 2022

Cedars-Sinai Open Doors Art Exhibition

Cedars-Sinai Open Doors Art Exhibition

By Devyn Bakewell for Los Angeles Sentenial May 5, 2022

‘Abortion Is Normal’ Organizers Hope To Stage A New Show In Response To Supreme Court’s Ruling on Roe v. Wade

‘Abortion Is Normal’ Organizers Hope To Stage A New Show In Response To Supreme Court’s Ruling on Roe v. Wade

By Tessa Solomon for ARTnews May 4, 2022

The Artist Guide to Supporting Women’s Rights

The Artist Guide to Supporting Women’s Rights

By Molly Wilcox for Cultered May 3, 2022

9 Artworks That Respond to the Fight for Abortion Access

9 Artworks That Respond to the Fight for Abortion Access

By Tessa Solomon for ARTnews May 3, 2022

The Artful Life: 5 Things Galerie Editors Love This Week

The Artful Life: 5 Things Galerie Editors Love This Week

By Galerie Editors for Galerie May 3, 2022

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN'S NEWEST COLLECTION IS A GREEK ESCAPE

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN'S NEWEST COLLECTION IS A GREEK ESCAPE

By Anika Ljung for V Magazine May 2, 2022

Art in Focus: "Cowries" by Braxton Garneau

Art in Focus: "Cowries" by Braxton Garneau

By Nadia Kurd for the University of Alberta Museums Art Collection

April 20, 2022

Beverly Fishman’s Relief Paintings Explore the Dark Promise of the Pharmaceutical Industry

Beverly Fishman’s Relief Paintings Explore the Dark Promise of the Pharmaceutical Industry

By Shawn Ghassemitari for HypeArt April 12, 2022

Two Artists Turn Personal Films into Powerful Physical Objects

Two Artists Turn Personal Films into Powerful Physical Objects

By Ayanna Dozier for Artsy April 1, 2022

Your Concise Los Angeles Guide for April 2022

Your Concise Los Angeles Guide for April 2022

By Caroline Ellen Liou for Hyperallergic March 30, 2022

Acquisition Announcement: Alex Anderson at the Crocker Art Museum

Acquisition Announcement: Alex Anderson at the Crocker Art Museum

COSMIC FORCES

COSMIC FORCES

By Meghan McCarthy for Palm Beach Daily News March 25, 2022

An Exploration of Black Joy: An Artist Talk with Paul Stephen Benjamin

An Exploration of Black Joy: An Artist Talk with Paul Stephen Benjamin

By Olivia Norten for The Davidsonian March 25, 2022

Shout It Out

By Keith Recker for Hand Eye Magazine

March 22, 2023

Two special exhibitions open at Gibson House

Two special exhibitions open at Gibson House

By Special To The Enterprise for Davis Enterprise March 17, 2022

New ‘The Dirty South’ exhibit now on view at Crystal Bridges

New ‘The Dirty South’ exhibit now on view at Crystal Bridges

By Dustin Bartholomew for Fayetteville Flyer March 16, 2022

8 Curators Share Insights on the Artists of the Project Healthy Minds Benefit Auction

8 Curators Share Insights on the Artists of the Project Healthy Minds Benefit Auction

By Artsy Editorial for Artsy March 15, 2022

The Andy Warhol Diaries on Netflix reveals his enduring impact on contemporary art

The Andy Warhol Diaries on Netflix reveals his enduring impact on contemporary art

By Harriet Lloyd-Smith Wallpaper March 12, 2022

Artist Marilyn Minter Turned to the Brush and Camera to Escape Childhood Woes

Artist Marilyn Minter Turned to the Brush and Camera to Escape Childhood Woes

By Marc Myer The Wall Street Journal March 8, 2022

For the First Time Ever, Palm Beach Hosted an amfAR Blowout

For the First Time Ever, Palm Beach Hosted an amfAR Blowout

By Alexis Bennett for Vogue March 6, 2022

Collector Beth Rudin DeWoody on Curating Her 10,000+ Piece Art Collection

Collector Beth Rudin DeWoody on Curating Her 10,000+ Piece Art Collection

By Sandra Hale Schulman for Artsy March 4, 2022

Brooklyn Museum’s iconic ‘OY/YO’ sculpture is wrapped in blue fabric to show support for Ukraine

Brooklyn Museum’s iconic ‘OY/YO’ sculpture is wrapped in blue fabric to show support for Ukraine

By Devin Gannon for 6sqft March 3, 2022

[Object As...] Alex Anderson

[Object As...] Alex Anderson

By Alex Anderson and Suzanne Isken for Craft Council March 2, 2022

Artist Talk with Anthony Sonnenberg

Artist Talk with Anthony Sonnenberg

ART TALKS: JOSE ALVAREZ, HUMAN TRANSFORMATION THROUGH ART

ART TALKS: JOSE ALVAREZ, HUMAN TRANSFORMATION THROUGH ART

13 contemporary art galleries to visit led by powerful women

13 contemporary art galleries to visit led by powerful women

By Julie Murphy for Dandelion Chandelier January 23, 2022

No More Rulers Launches Capturing Creativity

No More Rulers Launches Capturing Creativity

By Shawn Ghassemitari for HypeBeast December 9, 2021

5 Artists Capturing the Spirit of Nightlife

5 Artists Capturing the Spirit of Nightlife

By Osman Can Yerebakan for Artsy February 2 2022

Acquisition Announcement: Marc Dennis at the Norton Museum of Art

Acquisition Announcement: Marc Dennis at the Norton Museum of Art

Eye-catching exhibition puts nature in the limelight

Eye-catching exhibition puts nature in the limelight

By Gabrielle Antar for Luxembourg Times January 28, 2022

All that Glitters: Rob Wynne at Gavlak

All that Glitters: Rob Wynne at Gavlak

By Sandra Schulman for WPB Magazine January 26, 2022

Behind the Scenes of Worth Avenue Fashion

Behind the Scenes of Worth Avenue Fashion

By Olivia Hollaus for Boca Mag January 26, 2022

Inside the Swanky New Bar at the Pendry Manhattan West Hotel

Inside the Swanky New Bar at the Pendry Manhattan West Hotel

By Sam Cochran for Architectural Digest January 13, 2022

MSU's Broad Art Museum debuts two new murals for 10th anniversary

MSU's Broad Art Museum debuts two new murals for 10th anniversary

By Sophia Saliby for WKAR Public Media January 21, 2022

Broad Art Museum celebrates Frida Kahlo and Beverly Fishman, opens 2 new exhibits

Broad Art Museum celebrates Frida Kahlo and Beverly Fishman, opens 2 new exhibits

By Amalia Medina for The State News January 18, 2022

Prospect New Orleans: Carpetbagging the Crescent City

Prospect New Orleans: Carpetbagging the Crescent City

By Travis Diehl for Frieze January 11, 2022

Top 10 Picks of 2021

Top 10 Picks of 2021

By Ezrha Jean Black for Artillery Magazine December 28, 2021

Good as Gold: Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.) spotlights the importance of representation

Good as Gold: Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.) spotlights the importance of representation

By Mary Murray for Art & Culture of Palm Beach County, Winter 2022

Meet the Gallerist Changing the Palm Beach Art World from the Inside Out

Meet the Gallerist Changing the Palm Beach Art World from the Inside Out

By Adam Rathe for Town&Country December 22, 2021

Detroit's Library Street Collective Presents "Z E N A X"

Detroit's Library Street Collective Presents "Z E N A X"

By Shawn Ghassemitari for Hypebeast December 9, 2021

Inside Beverly Fishman and Gary Lang’s ‘Zenax’ Exhibition at Library Street Collective

Inside Beverly Fishman and Gary Lang’s ‘Zenax’ Exhibition at Library Street Collective

By Kristen Tauer for WWD December 8, 2021

How FriendsWithYou Turns Love Into Art

How FriendsWithYou Turns Love Into Art

By Paige Mastrandrea for Ocean Drive December 2, 2021

New Wave Art Wknd kicks off three days of public, private events on Friday

New Wave Art Wknd kicks off three days of public, private events on Friday

By Jane Moore for Palm Beach Daily News December 2, 2021

Can Palm Beach last as an art market hub?

Can Palm Beach last as an art market hub?

By Tess Thackara by the Art Newspaper, November 30, 2021

Art Basel is back and reflecting a turbulent world

Art Basel is back and reflecting a turbulent world

By Jane Moore for Palm Beach Daily News November 28, 2021

The pull of Palm Beach for art galleries

The pull of Palm Beach for art galleries

By Gareth Harris for Financial Times November 26, 2021

Giving Form to the Human Condition: Alex Anderson Interviewed

Giving Form to the Human Condition: Alex Anderson Interviewed

By Kennedy Horton for Variable West November 11, 2021

Dramatic Flair:Arts Calendar November 11-17

Dramatic Flair:Arts Calendar November 11-17

By Shana NYS Dambrot for LA Weekly November 10, 2021

At Gavlak, Deborah Brown mingles objects and fantasy

At Gavlak, Deborah Brown mingles objects and fantasy

By Sandra Schulman for Palm Beach ArtsPaper October 6, 2021

An Atmosphere of Threat: Betty Tompkins Interviewed by Bean Gilsdorf

An Atmosphere of Threat: Betty Tompkins Interviewed by Bean Gilsdorf

By Bean Gilsdorf for Bomb Magazine September 24, 2021

Black is a Color

Black is a Color

By J.D. for AIR MAIL, September 2021

Beverly Fishman at GAVLAK

Beverly Fishman at GAVLAK

By Neyat Yohannes for Contemporary Art Review.la, September 19, 2021

Cultural Rebels: Betty Tompkins X Marilyn Minter’s daring dual exhibition at MO.CO Montpellier, France

Cultural Rebels: Betty Tompkins X Marilyn Minter’s daring dual exhibition at MO.CO Montpellier, France

By Coco Dolle for White Hot Magazine September 1, 2021

Betty Tompkins Can’t Stand to Be Bored

Betty Tompkins Can’t Stand to Be Bored

By Annabel Keenan for Cultured Magazine August 13, 2021

Andrew Brischler Draws Inspiration from the idea of the Monster

Andrew Brischler Draws Inspiration from the idea of the Monster

By Drew Clayton for Whitewall August 10, 2021

This Mini Art Festival Is Making Aspen a Summer Destination for Galleries and Collectors

This Mini Art Festival Is Making Aspen a Summer Destination for Galleries and Collectors

By Julie Belcove for Robb Report, August 4, 2021

At Berkshire Botanical Garden, artist Marc Dennis hangs flowers on the walls

At Berkshire Botanical Garden, artist Marc Dennis hangs flowers on the walls

By Sharon Smullen for The Berkshire Eagle July 30, 2021

Felix Art Fair Proves Creativity Flourishes in the City of Angels

Felix Art Fair Proves Creativity Flourishes in the City of Angels

By Dominique Clayton for Cultured July 29, 2021

FELIX LA | 2021 ART FAIR ANNOUNCEMENT

FELIX LA | 2021 ART FAIR ANNOUNCEMENT

By Lauren Castro July 23, 2021

Marilyn Minter on Overcoming Censorship and Bringing Back Pubic Hair

Marilyn Minter on Overcoming Censorship and Bringing Back Pubic Hair

By Chloe Stead for Frieze July 21, 2021

Betty Tompkins at Gavlak Gallery

Betty Tompkins at Gavlak Gallery

By Nancy Kay Turner for Art and Cake July 21, 2021

Francesca Gabbiani and Dana Goodyear on  Fire, Water and How Los Angeles Binds Them

Francesca Gabbiani and Dana Goodyear on Fire, Water and How Los Angeles Binds Them

By Rose Leadem for Cultured Magazine, June 30, 2021

Artist Betty Tompkins Overlays Women’s Bodies With With #MeToo Testimonies

Artist Betty Tompkins Overlays Women’s Bodies With With #MeToo Testimonies

By Anya Ventura for Hyperallergic June 23, 2021

In the studio with…Betty Tompkins

In the studio with…Betty Tompkins

For Apollo Magazine June 21, 2021

ANTHONY SONNENBERG : don't lose the joy

ANTHONY SONNENBERG : don't lose the joy

The Jealous Curator: Art For Your Ear

Norton Exhibition Rewrites the Record on Women Artists

Norton Exhibition Rewrites the Record on Women Artists

By John Thomason for boca Magazine, June 18, 2021

At el Museo Del Barrio Triennial, Five Latinx Painters to Watch

At el Museo Del Barrio Triennial, Five Latinx Painters to Watch

By Beatriz Colón for Cultured June 17, 2021

In the galleries: Depicting an Energy of Constant Fluctuation and Growth

In the galleries: Depicting an Energy of Constant Fluctuation and Growth

By Mark Jenkins for The Washington Post, June 18, 2021

Designer of the Day: Anthony Sonnenberg

Designer of the Day: Anthony Sonnenberg

By Ryan Waddoups for Surface Magazine, June 16, 2021

First the Louvre’ pyramid, now the actual Pyramids—JR to create show-stopping project in Egypt

First the Louvre’ pyramid, now the actual Pyramids—JR to create show-stopping project in Egypt

By Aimee Dawson for The Art Newspaper, June 1, 2021

Old Masters influence new quarantine in Dennis show at Gavlak

Old Masters influence new quarantine in Dennis show at Gavlak

By Sandra Schulman for Palm Beach Arts Paper, May 20, 2021

‘For the Record: Celebrating Art by Women’  Exhbition Debuts at Norton Museum of Art in June

‘For the Record: Celebrating Art by Women’ Exhbition Debuts at Norton Museum of Art in June

For Artfix Daily, May 20, 2021

In Conversation: Jewelle Gomez, April Bey, and María Elena Ortiz

In Conversation: Jewelle Gomez, April Bey, and María Elena Ortiz

Happening on May 27, 2021 at 5 PM PDT

10 Latinx Artists to Watch at El Museo del Barrio’s Triennial

10 Latinx Artists to Watch at El Museo del Barrio’s Triennial

By Nicole Martinez for Artsy, May 17, 2021

Beverly Fishman’s intoxicating artworks are hard pills to swallow

Beverly Fishman’s intoxicating artworks are hard pills to swallow

By Harriet Lloyd-Smith for Wallpaper*, May 14, 2021

Estamos Bien: La Trienal 20/21

Estamos Bien: La Trienal 20/21

By Alfred Mac Adam for The Brooklyn Rail, May 2021

Artist Brings Pandemic-Themed Exhibit to Gavlak Gallery

Artist Brings Pandemic-Themed Exhibit to Gavlak Gallery

By Adriana Delgado for Palm Beach Daily News, May 4, 2021

Close-Up: Indifference and Repetition David Rimanelli on Dean Sameshima’s “Outlaw,” 2003

Close-Up: Indifference and Repetition David Rimanelli on Dean Sameshima’s “Outlaw,” 2003

By David Rimanelli for Artforum, May 2021

Marc Dennis: Love in the Time of Corona at GAVLAK

Marc Dennis: Love in the Time of Corona at GAVLAK

By Vittoria Benzine for Whitehot magazine, April 2021

Marilyn Minter: Smash at MoCA Westport

Marilyn Minter: Smash at MoCA Westport

ARTnews, April 30, 2021

4 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

4 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

The New York Times

April 21, 2020

Candida Alvarez 

Virtual Exhibition Talk with Jose de Jesus Rodriguez and Joey Lico

Virtual Exhibition Talk with Jose de Jesus Rodriguez and Joey Lico

Join us for a conversion between artist Jose de Jesus Rodriguez and Joey Lico, Global Curator & Sr. Director, Americas at The Cultivist.

Marc Dennis: Modern Master

Marc Dennis: Modern Master

Elevated Art, Spring 2021

Checking In: Marc Dennis Repels Doom by Feeding Hope and Insects to His Kids

Checking In: Marc Dennis Repels Doom by Feeding Hope and Insects to His Kids

By Eliza Jordan for Whitewall

April 7, 2020

Review - Karen Carson: Middle Ground

Review - Karen Carson: Middle Ground

Artforum, April 2021 issue.

'My pubic hair paintings could hang in your living room': the artists reclaiming women's sexuality

'My pubic hair paintings could hang in your living room': the artists reclaiming women's sexuality

The Guardian

March 3, 2021

A Woman’s Right to Pleasure is a new compendium celebrating female erotic art. We meet its contributors, including the photographer who turned her vagina into a camera

Artist Visit: Marnie Weber

Gallery Platform LA

May 21, 2020

Known for her fantastical creations, artist Marnie Weber takes us through her multifaceted practice from her beginnings in music to her current work on sea witches. Her narrative-derived process, deeply embedded in the subconscious, is highlighted here in her studio visit.

MoCA Westport's Spring Exhibition To Feature Marilyn Minter

MoCA Westport's Spring Exhibition To Feature Marilyn Minter

Patch

March 4, 2021

Pick of the Week: Karen Carson

Pick of the Week: Karen Carson

What's on Los Angeles

March 4, 2021

Karen Carson at GAVLAK

Karen Carson at GAVLAK

Contemporary Art Review LA (CAR.LA)

February 3, 2021

FRONTRUNNER Presents: Deborah Kass & Betty Tompkins

FRONTRUNNER Presents: Deborah Kass & Betty Tompkins

Frontrunner

January 29, 2021

Frontrunner editor Shauna Mason talks to two of her artistic icons: Deb Kass and Betty Tompkins; old-school conference-call style. A distinction long, long overdue: Kass and Tompkins command the cover feature of FRONTRUNNER’s Fall 2020 First Anniversary Issue.

Karen Carson, an Early California Minimalist, Has a New, Kaleidoscopic Vision

Karen Carson, an Early California Minimalist, Has a New, Kaleidoscopic Vision

Hyperallergic

January 26, 2021

Carson’s geometric paintings, inspired by the land of big sky, mimic rolling hills and valleys.

Karen Carson

Karen Carson

Frieze

September, 1996

Featured in Issue 30

Podcast: Dior Talks speaks to contemporary artist Gisela Colón

Podcast: Dior Talks speaks to contemporary artist Gisela Colón

United Fashion

January 8, 2021

In this episode, Dior Talks speaks to contemporary artist Gisela Colón about her concept and inspiration for her two ‘Lady Dior’ bags.

 
 
Norton Museum of Art January Exhibitions

Norton Museum of Art January Exhibitions

Palm Beach Illustrated

January 7, 2021

If a new year ushers in a restored resolve to visit Palm Beach County’s artistic havens, visit the three new exhibitions at the Norton Museum of Art.

I’m Gonna Dance the Way I Feel: Anthony Sonnenberg

I’m Gonna Dance the Way I Feel: Anthony Sonnenberg

By Jackie Andrews for NYCJW

January 5, 2021

While Held by US Immigration, an Artist Sketches His Fellow Detainees

While Held by US Immigration, an Artist Sketches His Fellow Detainees

Hyperallergic

December 8, 2016

Artist José Alvarez (D.O.P.A.) talks about the 30 portraits he drew while detained at the Krome Detention Center in Miami. The drawings, accompanied by each subject's story, are on view at the Boca Raton Museum of Art.

Alex Anderson

Alex Anderson

Label Magazine

Winter 2020

Lisa Anne Auerbach's Political Needles

Lisa Anne Auerbach's Political Needles

Garage

November 13, 2020

The knitter and artist, who entered the public consciousness during the Bush era, is making new work that is as politically potent as ever.

Galleries, Like Their Buyers, Make Themselves at Home in Palm Beach

Galleries, Like Their Buyers, Make Themselves at Home in Palm Beach

The New York Times

December, 1st, 2020

The city has become an art hub of its own that benefits from being near, but not in, Miami.

 

NIR HOD / THE DARK AGE OF ART

NIR HOD / THE DARK AGE OF ART

Nasty Magazine

November, 2020

Reflections about life and death (on canvas): Nir Hod, Israeli New York based artist in conversation Maria Abramenko.

Alex Anderson: Just Like Gold

Alex Anderson: Just Like Gold

Artillery Magazine - Nov/Dec. 2020 issue

November 10, 2020

Just Like Gold, by Scarlet Cheng

SERIOUSLY CUTE: Six Artists Harnessing the Power Dichotomy of Cuteness

SERIOUSLY CUTE: Six Artists Harnessing the Power Dichotomy of Cuteness

Cultured Mag

November 17, 2020

Cuteness is the first aesthetic most of us encounter in life. We are exposed to it as babies, through consumer goods, even before we are conscious of what we are seeing. Simply defined, a cute object is typically one that resembles a baby human or animal. Anthropomorphism, a strategy used since antiquity to make others, including gods, more relatable to humans, is key to cuteness’s effectiveness and requires very little to be successful. The gesture of a face combined with soft textures, rounded forms and cheerful colors produces a tender and vulnerable feeling that inspires the desire to care for and protect. Cute objects are compelling because they are approachable, but, more importantly, because they can be possessed.

Anthony Sonnenberg: Easton Pribble Visiting Artist Lecture Series

Anthony Sonnenberg: Easton Pribble Visiting Artist Lecture Series

At PRATT

November 9, 2020

Artist Lisa Anne Auerbach Knits Sweaters with Political Messages

Artist Lisa Anne Auerbach Knits Sweaters with Political Messages

Auerbach’s latest work is now on view at a new group exhibit called "Nasty Women" at GAVLAK Los Angeles

November 6, 2020

Now living in Los Angeles, Auerbach is an artist working with language and communication. She started knitting sweaters with messages after realizing they made a perfect canvas. “One of my intentions with this work is being able to have a conversation about topical issues that are less confrontational and a little more cozy like a sweater,” said Auerbach.

Beverly Fishman's virtual induction to National Academy of Design

Beverly Fishman's virtual induction to National Academy of Design

Join us to celebrate this year’s fifteen National Academicians and their entry into our vibrant artist- and architect-led community.

October 28, 2020

Congratulations to artist Beverly Fishman, one of the 2020 National Academicians! ⁣

On Wednesday, October 28, 2020, the National Academy of Design inducted fifteen new National Academicians. Becoming a National Academician (NA) is a lifetime honor and one that cannot be applied for or solicited. In a tradition dating back to 1825, current members confidentially nominate and elect new National Academicians each year, honoring the group’s remarkable contributions to the canon and story of American art. The National Academicians of 2020 join 440 living members, with over 2,387 elected since our founding.

Virtual Conversation + Studio Tour with Artist Gisela Colón

Virtual Conversation + Studio Tour with Artist Gisela Colón

October 28, 2020

Join us for a virtual conversation and studio tour with artist Gisela Colón and "A Very Anxious Feeling" Co-Curator Amethyst Rey Beaver. Gisela's sculpture "Untitled (Monolith Black)" is included in the banner exhibition "A Very Anxious Feeling: Voices of Unrest in the American Experience; 20 Years of the Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection," which is on view at the Taubman Museum of Art through February 7, 2021.

Interview: Artist Beverly Fishman

Interview: Artist Beverly Fishman

Cool Hunting

October 1st, 2020

ABSTRACT, ALLURING PIECES POPULATE HER CURRENT SOLO EXHIBITION, "I DREAM OF SLEEP," AT MILES MCENERY GALLERY

Marnie Weber brings whimsical world to Busan

Marnie Weber brings whimsical world to Busan

The Korean Times

September, 2020

Artist Marnie Weber is known for her fantastical creations combining performance, video, sculpture, music, costume and collage and blurring the boundary between reality and fantasy. The Los Angeles-based artist unravels her latest tale "Song of the Sea Witch" at the Busan 

Kathryn Garcia: Gavlak Los Angeles

Kathryn Garcia: Gavlak Los Angeles

Artillery Magazine

September 23, 2020

Exploring the potency of deep, elemental feminine power and the quality of female corporeality that for many folks evokes a certain kind of planetary magic, Kathryn Garcia joins the ranks of artists across generations whose works have sought to give tangible form to this particular kind of energy. In The Feminine Divine — a suite of paintings, sculptures, and performance-based video — we encounter resonance with canonical practitioners like Judy Chicago, Hilma af Klint, and Ana Mendieta — but with a mindfully lighter, even minimalistic, aesthetic.

Alex Anderson Zoom Lecture: SAIC Ceramics

Alex Anderson Zoom Lecture: SAIC Ceramics

Registration link to attend inside.

Thursday, October 1st at 4:00PM CST

School of the Art Institute is excited to welcome artist Alex Anderson into our ceramics department this week to give a lecture this forthcoming Thursday, October 1st at 4:00 CST.

One Thing to Fight for: Equality

One Thing to Fight for: Equality

Five Artists, Five Mediums, Five Days | Intersect Aspen

July 22-26, 2020

Alex Anderson shows three ambiguous ceramic sculptures that poetically reference the artist’s Asian-African American and gay experiences using aesthetic styles historically related to Western imperial power.
One Thing to Fight For is part of Five Artists, Five Mediums, Five Days – A Curated Selection for One Thing, featuring drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, and film/video, accompanied by a series of online talks.

Curatorial Talks: Sarah Gavlak and Terry R. Myers

Curatorial Talks: Sarah Gavlak and Terry R. Myers

Mana Contemporary

August 6, 2020

Join Terry R. Myers in conversation with Sarah Gavlak, founder of the eponymous Gavlak Gallery, which showcases female and LGTBQ artists. Gavlak is also founder of New Wave Art Wknd, which hosts an annual residency program for emerging artists from marginalized communities. Myers and Gavlak will discuss the process of creating the New Wave Art Wknd initiative, and cultivating patronage and creativity in Gavlak’s community. After the talk, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and comment on the discussion.

Alex Anderson at Gavlak

Alex Anderson at Gavlak

Contemporary Art Review LA

April 2, 2020

Alex Anderson’s exhibition of 21 ceramic sculptures, dramatically lit and arranged on pink pedestals—with additional low reliefs hanging from the gallery’s white walls—is an oblique counter-narrative to the conventions of European decorative arts

Marnie Weber: The Nineties

Marnie Weber: The Nineties

Gallery Platform LA

July 9, 2020

"In art school, I was making these big collages. I was inspired by Greek mythology. I started making work about other mythologies until I started making my own. Collage is more than a dumping ground of imagery. You just don’t put things together that don’t make sense. As I got further into collage work, I realized that I wanted to create a psychological moment. I try to make it look like a freeze frame of a movie, or as if you had walked into a play and all of a sudden, the characters had stopped. Like you walked into a scene and said, “What’s going on here? Now, my goal when I do a collage is to create an emotionally charged situation. I really believe that, over the years, I’ve found my voice." —Marnie Weber, Juxtapose (September 2016)

"My Life Right Now..." | Alex Anderson for PBS

"My Life Right Now..." | Alex Anderson for PBS

My life right now... and forever is being an artist. This is what it means for me to be an artist today.

Watch Alex Anderson's video diary entry featured on PBS's American Portrait series: A National Storytelling Project.

Konstantine Kakanias and Quarantine Diaries at Gavlak

Konstantine Kakanias and Quarantine Diaries at Gavlak

Beyond Rebels

July 28, 2020

Mrs. Tependris is not wasting her time while in quarantine. She is amusing herself and us via Konstantine Kakanias, who channels her adventures and opinions in his gouache and pencil drawings of her Quarantine Diaries. 

The Prophecies of Deborah Kass

The Prophecies of Deborah Kass

Hyperallergic

June 13, 2020

What can we say about an image that understood Trump’s root persona early on, and froze it in time?

Social Studies: 5 Artists Addressing Communal Concerns

Social Studies: 5 Artists Addressing Communal Concerns

Art & Object

April 28, 2020

A painter and ceramicist of African-American and Japanese descent, Alex Anderson makes art about the black experience using aesthetic styles historically related to western imperial power. 

Alex Anderson at GAVLAK

Alex Anderson at GAVLAK

Artforum

July 1, 2020

Andy Campbell on Alex Anderson's solo show at GAVLAK Los Angeles.

In Conversation: Alex Anderson & Diedrick Brackens | LIVE Wednesday, May 20th

In Conversation: Alex Anderson & Diedrick Brackens | LIVE Wednesday, May 20th

Presented by Gavlak Gallery and UTA Artist Space

Wednesday, May 20th at 3PM PST

Artist Talk: Gisela Colón in Conversation with Hunter Drohojowska-Philp

Artist Talk: Gisela Colón in Conversation with Hunter Drohojowska-Philp

February 15, 2020

Join Gavlak LA for an discussion and walkthrough of Meta Minimal with artist Gisela Colón and art critic Hunter Drohojowska-Philp.

The Political Side of Knitting

The Political Side of Knitting

I.O. Donna

February 2020

Read The Political Side of Knitting in this month's I.O. Donna Magazine, Italian publication. Prominently featuring Lisa Anne Auerbach's Healing America, the article discusses the revolutionary tactics of textile artists.

Gavlak Los Angeles: Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.)

Gavlak Los Angeles: Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.)

Artillery Magazine

August 7, 2019

Detention, deportation, refugee, criminal, other: these are terms that have blanketed the news in the last few years, and are thematically central to a solo exhibition by Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.) at Gavlak Los Angeles. Alvarez, who lives in South Florida, came to the United States from Venezuela in the 1980s to escape persecution as a gay man. 

If the Shoe Fits

If the Shoe Fits

Office Magazine

June 21, 2019

Willie Cole’s shoe sculptures are like warped, grinning Rubik’s cubes, complex goblins that feel like guardians of a wizardly secret—a password lies on the tips of their tongues, one that could open a gateway to a fabulous realm or, conversely, a trapdoor to a chamber deep below the gallery floor, where they keep curious gawkers who ask too many questions.

This artist’s portrait subjects: Fellow asylum seekers in the detention center

This artist’s portrait subjects: Fellow asylum seekers in the detention center

Los Angeles Times

June 22, 2019

If you’ve ever had your portrait drawn, you know how disconcerting the experience can be. In a compelling show of 28 portrait drawings by Miami-based Venezuelan artist Jose Alvarez at Gavlak Gallery, it resonates on multiple levels.

'Boyz Keep Swinging' Bowie-Inspired Exhibit Opens At Keyes Gallery

'Boyz Keep Swinging' Bowie-Inspired Exhibit Opens At Keyes Gallery

The East Hampton Press & The Southampton Press

June 18, 2019

On Saturday, June 22, Keyes Gallery at The American Hotel in Sag Harbor opens “Boyz Keep Swinging,” a group exhibition curated by artist Maynard Monrow. With its title taken from David Bowie’s “Boys Keep Swinging,” the exhibition plays out in carefree spirit, emulating summer queer culture in The Hamptons.

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Debuts Four Summer Exhibits

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Debuts Four Summer Exhibits

San Diego Magazine

June 11, 2019

Storied artists and up-and-comers display their pieces in time for the solstice

Impressions of ironing boards, honoring labor

Impressions of ironing boards, honoring labor

Boston Globe

May 22 2019

When he was young, Willie Cole repaired steam irons for his grandmother and great-grandmother, who were housekeepers. He honors them, and the backbreaking labor of legions of other women, in “Beauties,” his luminous show at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.

A Six-Hour Performance Centered on One Kiss

A Six-Hour Performance Centered on One Kiss

Hyperallergic

MAy 15, 2019

Vanessa German and her partner, Janae Brown, present an intimate exchange between Black women, a perspective absent in mainstream depictions of African-American femininity.

Vanessa German “$lang: Short Language in Soul”

Vanessa German “$lang: Short Language in Soul”

Art and Cake

May 15, 2019

“Growing up I did not fit in. I never knew the Slang of the day. I was always ‘other’ & ‘outside of’, even in my own community I was strange. This changed for me when I had no other choice but to listen to my soul, to trust it. The parts of myself that only quake from the inside of the inside of the inside.” ~Vanessa German

Vanessa German, soft: the longest kiss

Vanessa German, soft: the longest kiss

A durational performance of exquisite tenderness. 

Vanessa German: ‘$lang: Short Language in Soul’ Modern Day Deities

Vanessa German: ‘$lang: Short Language in Soul’ Modern Day Deities

By Jody Zellen, Art Now LA

Vanessa German is a Los Angeles-raised, now Pittsburgh-based artist, poet and community activist. Though self-taught, her work is extremely savvy with just the right blend of artistic and political considerations. Her visually engaging and thought provoking installation $lang: Short Language in Soul consists of five large-scale figurative assemblages that German refers to as “Power Figures” or “Tar Babies” and fifteen mixed media portraits made from vintage tennis rackets. They are presented on walls decorated with pink, black and white geometric graphics.

Gavlak Los Angeles: Vanessa German

Gavlak Los Angeles: Vanessa German

Artillery Magazine

May 8, 2019

As noted in 1001 Things Everyone Should Know about African American History (1996) by Jeffrey Stewart, Althea Gibson received her first tennis racket in 1940, being barely a teenager. She was not only the first African American to win a women’s singles at Wimbledon; but also in 1957 and 1958, she achieved status of being ranked as number one female tennis player in the world! Moonwalking forward more than six decades later, Vanessa German uses the creative tool as a weapon of agency at Gavlak Los Angeles in her exhibition, “$LANG: Short Language in Soul.” Through found tennis rackets and figurative sculpture, German honors Black femininity while simultaneously assaulting circus-mirror distorting perceptions of beauty.

Betty Tompkins Ousted from Instagram for Posting Classic Painting of Penetration

Betty Tompkins Ousted from Instagram for Posting Classic Painting of Penetration

Art News

04/29/2019

Artist Betty Tompkins, whose work frequently explores physical intimacy through a feminist lens, told ARTnews that she has been kicked off Instagram for sharing an image of her Fuck Painting #1 (1969), which is in the collection of the Centre Pompidou in Paris. The work is the first in a series of photorealistic paintings she made of sex, many of which feature genitalia.

Fall In Love with Les Amoureuses at Show Gallery

Fall In Love with Les Amoureuses at Show Gallery

LA Weekly

04/26/2019

Rollicking technicolor fauvism, intricate cut paper interiors, performance-derived photographs and flirty sculpture mix things up in the current exhibition at Hollywood’s Show Gallery. Les Amoureuses, or The Lovers, takes its title from the female form of the noun, a nod to the casual collective of female artists who have produced the installation. Works by Olivia Fougeirol, Francesca Gabbiani, Marie Peter-Toltz and Joséphine Wister Faure express ideas about love, landscape, the body, and above all, Los Angeles across mediums and styles that differ in form, but share a singular disruptive passion.

Lore Re-imagined: Shadows of our Ancestors

Lore Re-imagined: Shadows of our Ancestors

Art Asia Pacific Magazine

“Lore Re-Imagined: Shadows of Our Ancestors” focused on the preservation of cultural and personal memory. Organized by independent curator Chieko Phillips, who has a decade-long history of working both curatorially and administratively at cultural institutions in Seattle, the exhibition featured artworks by three Seattle-based artists of Asian descent: Alex Anderson, Satpreet Kahlon, and Megumi Shauna Arai.

The Future of Work: The 'Citizen Artist' Bringing Hope to Pittsburgh’s Homewood

The Future of Work: The 'Citizen Artist' Bringing Hope to Pittsburgh’s Homewood

Shondaland

04/17/2019

Vanessa German saved her own life by making art — and breathed new life into her neighborhood by inviting local kids to make it, too.

Black, female and strong: Vanessa German’s sculptures voice their power without sound

Black, female and strong: Vanessa German’s sculptures voice their power without sound

Los Angeles Times

04/13/2019

If you’ve seen “Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983,” the electrifying show at the Broad museum, you may sense a vibrant, relevant thread reaching toward Gavlak gallery, where the sculptures of Vanessa German in her first L.A. show are holding forth with commanding presence.

Seeing Beauty in the Mundane

Seeing Beauty in the Mundane

The Harvard Gazette

Artist Willie Cole uses everyday objects like ironing boards to ‘reveal the spirit’ within.

 

Contemporary sculptor, printer, and visual artist Willie Cole’s haunting works blend the familiar with the unexpected. Now that striking creative tension is on view at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study in “Willie Cole: Beauties.”

Marnie Weber at Pasadena City College

Marnie Weber at Pasadena City College

Art Talk, KCRW

“Send in the clowns… Don’t bother, they’re here.” Nodding to Sondheim, clowns abound in Marnie Weber’s art, most recently in her exhibition as artist-in-residence at Pasadena City College. Clowns are mostly appealing and Weber uses that appeal in complex, absurd and emotionally-involving sculpture and painted collages.

Shunned, Seized, and Now Celebrated: the Porn Paintings of Betty Tompkins

Shunned, Seized, and Now Celebrated: the Porn Paintings of Betty Tompkins

The Guardian

March 6th, 2019

Inspired by her husband’s porn stash, the artist’s explicit work horrified galleries and customs officials. Now the world can’t get enough. 

What do these books on a shelf say about their owner? And what does your answer say about you?

What do these books on a shelf say about their owner? And what does your answer say about you?

The Los Angeles Times

February 23, 2019

If you can’t judge a book by its cover, what can you learn about people from the books on their shelves? Quite a lot, Lisa Anne Auerbach’s calmly enthralling exhibition suggests. More important, the L.A. artist’s second solo show at Gavlak gallery asks: What do we learn about ourselves when we discover what other people are reading?

Glass Intrusions: Rob Wynne at the Brooklyn Museum

Glass Intrusions: Rob Wynne at the Brooklyn Museum

Art Critical

February 22, 2019

Pools of shimmering silver, flies alighted on walls, golden snakes slithering through museum cases: Rob Wynne’s ethereal work makes a point of being impossible to pin down. His exhibition, Float, is placed as a critical counterpoint to objects on permanent display in the Brooklyn Museum’s fifth floor American galleries. Wynne’s pieces interact well with their surroundings but would resonate on their own, thus making this a strong exhibition on many levels. The intellectual agility of the poured glass wall installations offers at times biting critique of the stodgy portraits and history paintings of the new American republic with their traditional European aspirations, but Wynne’s glass intrusions can by turns be tender and empathetic as well.

It’s All in the Cards: Lisa Anne Auerbach Offers Psychic Advisory at Frieze Los Angeles

It’s All in the Cards: Lisa Anne Auerbach Offers Psychic Advisory at Frieze Los Angeles

February 15, 2019

by Janelle Zara

As with an answer on Jeopardy!, a tarot reading must be phrased in the form of a question. At Frieze Los Angeles, the fair’s resident medium, Alpine Moon, asked me: “Are your actions in your best and highest interest?”

 

 

Where Art meets Astrology

Where Art meets Astrology

Lisa Anne Auerbach reads the future at Frieze LA

February 11, 2019

Cultured Magazine

As Frieze LA takes over Paramount Studios in February, Conceptual Artist, Lisa Anne AUerbach Presents "Psychic Art Advisor", an interactive performance offering visitors guidance, both creative and commercial. Executive Director of Frieze LA, Bettina Korek checks in with Auerbach in advance of the persentation. 

 

Maynard Monrow & William J. Simmons in Conversation

Maynard Monrow & William J. Simmons in Conversation

Gavlak Los Angeles

January 12, 2019 at 5:00pm

Please join us at Gavlak Los Angeles (1034 N. Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038) on Saturday, January 12, at 5:00pm for a conversation between Maynard Monrow & William J. Simmons regarding Monrow's solo exhibition on view.

 

William J. Simmons is Provost Fellow in the Humanities in the art history PhD program of the University of Southern California. He received his BA from Harvard University and taught art history for three years at the City College of New York. His research and writing have appeared in numerous international books, journals, monographs, and magazines.

Pittsburgh Artist Vanessa German Wins $200,000 Don Tyson Prize

Pittsburgh Artist Vanessa German Wins $200,000 Don Tyson Prize

December 18, 2018

THE CRYSTAL BRIDGES MUSEUM of American Art announced the 2018 Don Tyson Prize has been awarded to visual and performance artist Vanessa L. German. The $200,000 biannual prize recognizes an individual artist or organization for exceptional achievement in American art. German was selected for “pushing boundaries and taking risks in the field of American art, as well as positively impacting her community through art experiences.” 

Beverly Fishman and Betty Tompkins Receive Award

Beverly Fishman and Betty Tompkins Receive Award

Anonymous Was A Women Award

December 11, 2018

December 11, 2018—Anonymous Was a Woman today announced the ten recipients of its 2018 awards, which recognize women artists over 40 years of age who have made significant contributions in their fields to date, while continuing to create new work. Each recipient receives an unrestricted grant of $25,000.

In the Studio with Nir Hod

In the Studio with Nir Hod

artnet News

December 6, 2018

See a 360-degree video of the Israeli, New York-based artist Nir Hod at work as part of artnet's "In the Studio" series.

 

New Art Event Spotlights Palm Beach’s Flourishing Creative Community

New Art Event Spotlights Palm Beach’s Flourishing Creative Community

Galerie

November 30, 2018

While Art Basel makes a splash in Miami, gallery owner Sarah Gavlak is shining a light on Palm Beach's thriving arts scene

Francesca Gabbiani at Hauser & Wirth Holiday Market

Francesca Gabbiani at Hauser & Wirth Holiday Market

Performance by Francesca Gabbiani, Dimitri Chamblas, & Eddie Ruscha

Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles
Holiday Market
December 1-2, 2018

Rob Wynne: FLOAT

Rob Wynne: FLOAT

Brooklyn Rail

July 11, 2018

In his intriguing, often provocative, interpolated show at the Brooklyn Museum, Rob Wynne builds, reflects, and—more literally—reflects on connections in American art. In doing so he manages to intervene in the course of art history itself. He pulls at the museum's paintings and sculptures and activates them through light and language, transmuting the collection by means of his signature hand-poured, mirrored glass.

Rainbow Furniture, Nighties and More Things T Editors Like Right Now

Rainbow Furniture, Nighties and More Things T Editors Like Right Now

New York Times Style Magazine

July 14, 2018

Witty Watercolors by Konstantin Kakanias

 

In 2012, Deborah Needleman, then the editor of T magazine, approached the artist Konstantin Kakanias for a special commission to illustrate the standout heels of the season, from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Giorgio Armani and Christian Dior. The sketch he delivered, called “The Cat’s Meow” — in which a black cat delicately paws past a lineup of black stiletto pumps, gazing at them with bemusement — perfectly embodied Kakanias’s playful view of the fashion world.

The Disturbing Meets the Sweet in Alex Anderson’s New Sculptures at Gavlak

The Disturbing Meets the Sweet in Alex Anderson’s New Sculptures at Gavlak

L.A. Times

July 4, 2018

by Leah Ollman

 

Alex Anderson has tremendous material wisdom in his hands and a penchant for barbed beauty. The ceramic sculptures in his intriguing show "Wonderland" at the L.A. gallery Gavlak slip in and out of familiar categories, settling uneasily in memory and enduring as strong, ambivalent impressions.

SEEN: Rob Wynne activates Brooklyn Museum's period collection with dynamic mirrored-glass wall works

SEEN: Rob Wynne activates Brooklyn Museum's period collection with dynamic mirrored-glass wall works

Urban Glass

June 19, 2018

Entering the Luce Center for American Art on the Brooklyn Museum's fifth floor, one immediately encounters Rob Wynne’s ethereal glass works that activate the adjacent nineteenth-century neoclassical marble statues of Pandora, Nydia, The Lost Pleiad, and Bacchante. Rob Wynne’s work re-contextualize viewer perceptions of the historic sculptures perched atop black granite pedestals, enveloping them in a swirling timelessness of hand-poured mirrored-glass wall reliefs. On view through January 6, 2019, Wynne's 16 ephemeral glass works force a reexamination of historic American artworks and are presented in an exhibition entitled “Rob Wynne: FLOAT” curated by Brooklyn Museum chief curator Jennifer Y. Chi and assistant curator Margarita Karasoulas.

Zoe Buckman Sends Hollywood a Message With Her Public Sculpture of a Boxing Uterus

Zoe Buckman Sends Hollywood a Message With Her Public Sculpture of a Boxing Uterus

Artnet

February 27, 2018

By Sarah Cascone

 

An in-your-face reminder of the women’s movement and its newfound ability to topple men in positions of power has risen in Los Angeles. Zoe Buckman’s Champ, a glowing neon pair of ovaries clad in boxing gloves, stands 43 feet tall outside of the Standard, Hollywood, overlooking Sunset Boulevard.

 

Organized by Art Production Fund, the British artist’s first public sculpture will debut today, just ahead of the Academy Awards, and will remain on view for a year.

Zoë Buckman Packs a Punch in “Let Her Rave” at Gavlak

Zoë Buckman Packs a Punch in “Let Her Rave” at Gavlak

Art & Cake

March 26, 2018

By Lara Salmon


Zoë Buckman’s show “Let Her Rave” opened at Gavlak on March 3 to an excited crowd of Angelino feminists. The show is characteristic of Buckman’s familiar tropes: emboldened female empowerment, a battle cry against the patriarchy and celebration of femme aesthetics.


Hanging from the ceiling of the gallery are clusters of white boxing gloves, stitched over with fragments of wedding dresses. These sculptures combine two gendered archetypes, recalling the woman on her wedding day and a male-dominated sport based on punching.

Andrew Brischler

Andrew Brischler

Wall Street International Magazine

December 7, 2017

Gavlak is proud to present Lonely Planet, a major exhibition of new work by Andrew Brischler that will take place simultaneously at both the Los Angeles and Palm Beach galleries. This is the artist’s fourth solo presentation with the gallery.

 

Andrew Brischler creates bold, energetic works on paper and panel using almost exclusively colored pencil. Richly colored and laboriously hand drawn, Brischler’s work investigates the intersection of graphic design and abstraction through his devotion to drawing.

Worth Avenue art dealer launches new Palm Beach Art Weekend

Worth Avenue art dealer launches new Palm Beach Art Weekend

Palm Beach Daily News

November 30, 2017

Thanks to a quirk of the calendar, the Palm Beach Art Weekend will debut Friday through Sunday in Palm Beach and West Palm Beach.

 

The concept has been on Palm Beach gallery owner Sarah Gavlak’s to-do list for some time. Gavlak, who also operates a gallery in Los Angeles, has attended similar art weekends in Berlin and Brussels as well as ArtCrush, a multi-day fundraiser for the Aspen Art Museum in Colorado.

Andrew Brischler: Lonely Planet

Andrew Brischler: Lonely Planet

Front Runner Magazine

November 16, 2017

He’s disarmingly genteel, light, an effortless conversationalist, and endearingly candid. Like if Katy Perry and Prince Eric (from The Little Mermaid) had a lovechild. It’s official. Andrew Brischler is the closest thing you get to saccharine with a pulse. Yet, with razor-sharp execution, his paintings and color-pencil drawings are raw, undulating, boldly unflinching glimpses into the visual modalities with which we process words and shapes: loud colors, geometric tessellations, and surreal motion.

Andrew Brischler’s ‘Lonely Planet’ at Gavlak, Los Angeles

Andrew Brischler’s ‘Lonely Planet’ at Gavlak, Los Angeles

Blouin Artinfo

November 30, 2017

Gavlak is hosting Andrew Brischler’s exhibition titled “Lonely Planet” at its Los Angeles venue.

 

This major exhibition of new works by Brischler will take place simultaneously at both the Los Angeles and Palm Beach, Florida, galleries. This is the artist’s fourth solo presentation with the gallery. For this series, Andrew Brischler creates bold, energetic works on paper and panel using almost exclusively colored pencils.

New Mural by Beverly Fishman

New Mural by Beverly Fishman

Juxtapoz

May 22, 2018

BEVERLY FISHMAN'S ELECTRIFYING NEW MURAL IN DETROIT

Critic's Picks Los Angeles

Critic's Picks Los Angeles

Artforum

October 12, 2017

by Andy Campbell

 

The duo made confounding, earworm pop at a moment when executives in the record industry were seemingly wringing their hands (but secretly filling their pockets) over the “crossover” successes of Latin American singers such as Ricky Martin and Shakira.

No wallflowers here: Sparks fly when art  mingles on the walls of 'Flaming June VII'

No wallflowers here: Sparks fly when art mingles on the walls of 'Flaming June VII'

LA Times

June 27, 2017

by David Pagel

If you’ve even been to a dinner party with great food and even better conversation, you’ll know what it’s like to visit “Flaming June VII: Flaming Creatures” at Gavlak in Los Angeles. The exhibition of 34 pieces by 27 artists mixes art of all shapes and stripes to form a freewheeling feast. Lively back-and-forths take on lives of their own as they inspire, challenge and satisfy — often deeply and dramatically.

Activist Sweater Art Knits Truth to Power

Activist Sweater Art Knits Truth to Power

Vice

June 16, 2017

The sixth floor of the Beverly Center shopping mall in LA might seem like a weird spot for smart art with an activist edge, but artist Lisa Anne Auerbach is used to making powerful statements in unexpected places. She's known for knitting protest sweaters with slogans like "Keep Abortion Legal" and "My favorite thing about the war on terror is the language of the war on terror—exaggeration, obfuscation, hyperbole, sound byte, doublespeak, nonsense, bad grammar."

Text-based artist serves food for thought at Gavlak Gallery

Text-based artist serves food for thought at Gavlak Gallery

Palm Beach Daily News

There are no pictures in “Under the Influence,” Maynard Monrow’s exhibition at Gavlak Gallery.

 

Monrow works exclusively with words.

 

His pithy sayings are displayed in standardized white letters on black, grey or pink cafe boards. (Cafe boards are those black signs with white letters that communicate information such as “wait to be seated” at restaurants or room schedules at convention centers.)

Beverly Center as art gallery?

Beverly Center as art gallery?

LA Times

Stitched into the Macy’s wing of the Beverly Center — now an eyesore of construction scaffolding and detour signage due to a massive renovation — is recently installed art by Lisa Anne Auerbach to temper the clutter. The temporary, site-specific work, “Strik Strikke, 2017,” is a mural more than 1,000 feet long depicting intricate knitting patterns rendered in candy-colored hues and a pixelated effect.

Rob Wynne's Mirror Images Are A Glass Act

Rob Wynne's Mirror Images Are A Glass Act

West Palm Beach Magazine

February 25, 2017

I wanted to try it so they suited me up and I held a ladle and scooped some molten glass that was really heavy and promptly flipped it over and dropped it on the floor. They were all explaining to me what I had done wrong but I was mesmerized by the piece I dropped as it started to cool and form and had this nice dimpling texture to it. I saved this, and it became my first piece.”

 
Spiritual Revival: Marnie Weber Casts A Perverse Spell

Spiritual Revival: Marnie Weber Casts A Perverse Spell

Modern Painters

"Try it again without the death metal voice, Doug!" I'm inside a bulky latex ram-horned devil mask, wearing a swaky maroon dinner jacket and cravat, tending bar for a coven of witches in a ruinous hut in a crumbling bohemian campground in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, and Lee Lynch is getting sarcastic. Five hours earlier I'd cought a ride with my bandmate, the sculptor Daniel Hawkins, up the winding precipitous incline to Zorthian Ranch, a definitively unfurnished art environment dating from the antebellum heyday of West Coast Assemblage. Daniel was multitasking various production duties on artist Marnie Weber's first full-length feature film, which I'd been recruited to do a cameo.

"What Have You Heard?"

"What Have You Heard?"

Feminist Friday at GAVLAK Los Angeles

Friday, October 14
7 - 9 pm

Feminist Friday is a casual but directed conversation about contemporary issues related to feminism. This intersectional conversation is open to any and all community members. The purpose of Feminist Friday is to create a safe environment in which people can share questions, concerns, resources, and experiences pertaining to feminism. The ‘unofficial’ motto of Feminist Friday is “Cocktails, Conversation, and Consciousness-raising”. 

Marnie Weber: Send in the Clowns

Marnie Weber: Send in the Clowns

Juxtapoz Magazine

It's a bit of a struggle to analyze the meaning behind the work of Marnie Weber. But then, that might be the point - there is no concrete explanation. Her work is full of dazzlingly profound imagery, teetering on the brink of reality and fantasy. She has created her won world in which the viewers are invited into that void, where at times, they can lose themselves in the mystery of the subconscious.

Marnie Weber on Fairy Tales, Performance Art and Edward Kienholz

Marnie Weber on Fairy Tales, Performance Art and Edward Kienholz

Art and Cake

Entering through a white picket fence that surrounded a lush spirited garden, Ms. Weber’s studio and home are clearly an extension of her work.

We began the interview by talking about her music background and how it has influenced her work.

Review: Betty Tompkins at Gavlak

Review: Betty Tompkins at Gavlak

Artforum

Two thick brown, purple, and green globs of oil paint are dolloped onto the top half of a small white canvas—the word “erotic” is outlined in red below. Next to it are similarly sized paintings emblazoned with the words “seiki” (“genitals” in Japanese), “weich” (“soft” in German) and “fanny flange” (British slang for “clitoris”), each painted with a different treatment. 

Review: How would you describe women? Betty Tompkins asked, then painted 1,000 answers

Review: How would you describe women? Betty Tompkins asked, then painted 1,000 answers

Los Angeles Times

Since the 1970s, New York artist Betty Tompkins has created frank, unvarnished paintings and drawings of female genitalia and explicit sex acts. These, on view at Gavlak Gallery with paintings of words used to describe women, form a potent examination of our culture’s attitudes toward women and sex.

Girl talk: Betty Tompkins unveils 1,000 text-based paintings at Gavlak LA

Girl talk: Betty Tompkins unveils 1,000 text-based paintings at Gavlak LA

Wallpaper Magazine

There’s plenty of porn in Betty Tompkins’ solo exhibition, which is newly open at Gavlak’s Los Angeles gallery. But that’s the least provocative part of it.

Dean Sameshima: 647(d)

Dean Sameshima: 647(d)

LA Weekly

Artist Dean Sameshima worked in MOCA’s bookstore in 1992, when he was arrested for lewd conduct. A cop had “caught” him in a public restroom, during a sting operation (some LAPD officers had heard certain restrooms were playgrounds for pleasure seekers). For his show at Gavlak Gallery, Sameshima, who now lives in Berlin, hand painted the pages of his arrest report across five canvases

Review: Lecia Dole-Recio

Review: Lecia Dole-Recio

Art Scene

Indeed, the paintings are all about their process, they’re overflowing with it: the layering, the configuring, the re-configuring. The residual components of her paint sprayings and splatterings take center stage, and this fusion of the residual and the primary into the same field appears to provide her with a process that’s eternally rewarding, though certainly not easy to execute. 

Flower beds? Body parts? The compelling abstract paintings of Lily Stockman

Flower beds? Body parts? The compelling abstract paintings of Lily Stockman

Los Angeles Times

April 5, 2016

Lily Stockman’s strikingly simple geometric abstractions at Gavlak gallery possess a mysterious confidence. Her softly curved lozenges, U-shapes and circles, rendered in a mostly muted palette of grays, yellows and pinks, refer to 1970s feminist abstraction, but also feel strangely unique.

Lily Stockman - Studio Visit

Lily Stockman - Studio Visit

Curate Joshua Tree

Lily Stockman speaks about the work in her show "Pollinator" and how her home in Joshua Tree inspires her practice

 

"I made this series of work over the past six months while working on my desert garden, so the botanical and structural shapes – cactus pads, rock perimeters of garden beds, etc.– come through subconsciously, not because I set out to paint plants but because that’s the shape language I’ve immersed myself in."

Listen to the podcast: https://soundcloud.com/curate-joshua-tree/sets/curatejoshuatree

Cut Rice Paper Sculptures of Twisting Rollercoasters by Bovey Lee

Cut Rice Paper Sculptures of Twisting Rollercoasters by Bovey Lee

Review by Colossal.com

January 3, 2016

Christopher Jobson reviews Bovey Lee's new show Divertical

Divertical by Bovey Lee: Finding Balance in Ornate Hand-Cut Paper Works

Divertical by Bovey Lee: Finding Balance in Ornate Hand-Cut Paper Works

Gestalten review

January 12, 2016

Review of Bovey Lee's new exhibition Divertical

Gavlak Gallery show reveals the many faces of Gloria Swanson

Gavlak Gallery show reveals the many faces of Gloria Swanson

Palm Beach Daily News Review

January 5, 2016

Jan Sjostrom reviews Judith Eisler's solo exhbition 

Painting: A Love Story (Outside the Lines series)

Painting: A Love Story (Outside the Lines series)

By Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

January 18, 2014

14 Painters (+2) to Watch in 2014

14 Painters (+2) to Watch in 2014

By Steven Zevitas for Huffpost

December 20, 2013

Andrew Brischler and David Kramer: Studio Visits

Andrew Brischler and David Kramer: Studio Visits

By Liz Markus for Huffpost

May 10, 2013

Lisa Anne Auerbach

Lisa Anne Auerbach

By Rebecca Fulleylove for Dazed

January 23, 2012

Seeing Things | Studio Visit: Lisa Anne Auerbach

Seeing Things | Studio Visit: Lisa Anne Auerbach

By Brooke Hodge for T Magazine

June 23, 2011

LISA ANNE AUERBACH

LISA ANNE AUERBACH

By Patricia Maloney for Artforum

September 30, 2009

Bike Night at the Hammer Museum

Bike Night at the Hammer Museum

By Alie Ward for LA Times

April 15, 2009

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