States Of Being


A ‘Cross-Fertilization of Ideas’: El Anatsui on the Growing Spotlight on Non-Western Art and Bringing Up the Next Generation of Ghana’s Art Stars Artnet News For Barkley Hendricks, Finally a Seat at the Head of the Table The New York Times For $18.65, famous artist designs racial justice windows for National Cathedral The Washington Post Hank Willis Thomas Speaks on the Work That Remains Surface Magazine Carrie Mae Weems and George C. Wolfe on Defiance and Claiming Space The New York Times Style Magazine He Shined a Light on Other Artists. Now the Light Turns to Him. The New York Times Discovering the Late Michael Snow Frieze Jack Shainman Gallery Takes on the Estate of Emanoel Araújo, a Giant of the Brazilian Art Scene ARTnews How Carrie Mae Weems sees herself i-D Artist and Activist Jesse Krimes, Whose Work Reflects His Experience While Incarcerated, Has Joined Jack Shainman Artnet The radical roving gallery breaking through institutional art space i-D How Carrie Mae Weems keeps making her presence felt Apollo Magazine In Moving Images, Michael Snow Teases the Eye and the Mind The New York Times The Terrible Beauty of Richard Mosse’s Portrait of the Amazon The New York Times At The School, Jack Shainman Gallery pays tribute to the legacy of the prolific, artistic polymath Michael Snow The Berkshire Eagle The Artists Depicting the Power and Strangeness of Breasts The New York Times Style Magazine Nick Cave Prevails in Legal Battle Over Artwork in Upstate New York ARTnews Jack Shainman's Gallery The School Opens with a Dazzling Show by Nick Cave Architectural Digest "Stressed World" at Jack Shainman Gallery Chronogram In Boston, ‘The Embrace’ Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy The New York Times Michael Snow’s work was finding wonder in a moment seen and lost in the same instant The Toronto Star Michael Snow, Prolific and Playful Artistic Polymath, Is Dead at 94 The New York Times Step Inside the Studio of Painter Odili Donald Odita, Who Couches Political Issues in Colorful Abstractions Artnet News Bringing Up he Bodies The New York Review of Books Kerry James Marshall: Exquisite Corpse: This is Not the Game The Brooklyn Rail Nina Chanel Abney Talks Big Butch Energy & Tracing Her Life Through Collage W Magazine Nina Chanel Abney’s Solo Show at ICA Miami Queers the Frat House ArtNews A Nick Cave Survey: Brutality, Bedazzled The New York Times Jack Shainman Will Open Up a New Gallery in Tribeca’s Historic Clock Tower Building Next Year, Turning a Landmark Bank Lobby Into an Exhibition Space Artnet News In the Gallery Race, Shainman Expands Beyond Chelsea to TriBeCa Landmark The New York Times