• Louise Despont at Drawing Room, London

    Louise Despont is included in the touring exhibition Not Without My Ghosts: The Artist As Medium, which is currently on view at Drawing Room, London until November 1, 2020.

  • Ruby Sky Stiler at Fairfield University Art Museum

    Ruby Sky Stiler's solo exhibition Group Relief is on view in the Walsh Gallery at Fairfield University Art Museum, CT through December 19, 2020. A variety of free, online public programs accompanying the exhibition are available through the museum's website.

  • Jonathan Baldock at Kunsthall Stavanger

    Jonathan Baldock's solo exhibition Me, Myself, and I is on view at Kunsthall Stavanger, Norway through November 8, 2020.

  • Bruce M. Sherman at South Etna Montauk

    Bruce M. Sherman is included in the exhibition MASS ORNAMENT: Pleasure, Play, and What Lies Beneath, curated by Alison M. Gingeras, at South Etna Montauk, NY.

  • Richard Bosman in Artforum

    Darren Jones reviews Richard Bosman's online exhibition Works on Paper for the September 2020 issue of Artforum.

  • Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Acquires Alex Bradley Cohen Painting

    The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AR has acquired Alex Bradley Cohen's painting Chanel Thomas, 2018 for their permanent collection.

  • Daniel Rios Rodriguez at Feuilleton

    Daniel Rios Rodriguez's solo exhibition Southwestern Gothic is on view at Feuilleton, Los Angeles from July 18 to August 1, 2020.

  • Eleanor Ray at Pensacola Art Museum

    Eleanor Ray is currently included in the exhibition A Question of When: Selections from the Permanent Collection at the Pensacola Art Museum at University of West Florida, on view until September 6, 2020.

  • Richard Bosman at Inman Gallery

    Richard Bosman is included in the online group exhibition Animal Crossing at Inman Gallery, Houston, which runs from July 3 to August 29.

  • Andrew Masullo at 39 Great Jones

    Andrew Masullo's painting 5959, 2014-2015, is currently on view at Ugo Rondinone's 39 Great Jones window project space in downtown Manhattan.