Hayden Dunham is an interdisciplinary artist whose sprawling assemblages move from organic to synthetic. Tracking energy through different states of materiality, Dunham investigates a human relationship to systems that both embrace and neutralize environmental toxicity.
Sidsel Meineche Hansen‘s practice consists of Computer Generated Imagery in Augmented and Virtual Reality formats, video documentaries, sculptures, prints, drawings… Read More
It’s Frieze Week New York and there’s a lot going on so we (FAD) have chosen five shows you should go and see maybe if you can all on the same day – hire a motorbike.
My Private Hell an exhibition that evokes feelings of anxiety, frazzled nerves and existential panic
Company Gallery has opened My Private Hell, an exhibition featuring Robert Bittenbender, Tobias Bradford, Cole Lu and Aleksandra Waliszewska whose works on view evoke feelings of anxiety, frazzled nerves and existential panic.
Between 1972 and 1983, the artist Colette transformed her Lower Manhattan loft into an immersive, ever-evolving installation and inhabited it as a living sculpture. Covering the ceilings and walls with ruched silks, blush satins, mirrors, cascading ropes and light boxes, Colette obsessively created a complete Living Environment in which every surface was a work of art.
Centring on a selection of works that demonstrate the range of Hammer’s technical, figurative and abstract investigations in 16mm film, collage,… Read More
Women’s History Museum was founded by Mattie Barringer (b. 1990) and Amanda McGowan (b. 1990) in 2015 out of the desire… Read More
Company Gallery has announced an upcoming expansion and move to a new home at 145 Elizabeth Street in September 2021.