Curated by Sophie Olympia Riese

@ Slag Gallery

All the things she said, this is not enough. Against the backdrop of paintings by LaTonia Allen, Ranee Henderson, Laurel Richardson, and Paige Twyman, the 2002 hit All The Things She Said by pop-duo t.A.T.u., takes on new meaning. A rallying cry in a world that consistently tells women they are not enough, that they must change - their looks, their personality, their preferences, their taste - to fit into a set of expectations that have nothing to do with the individual. In a world where only 30% of artists represented by commercial galleries in the United States are women, to be a woman painter is itself a radical and risky proposition and one that these artists take up with gusto and determination.

Through January 2, 2021



Congratulations to Nate Burbeck and Emily Somoskey for their inclusion in the online exhibition Hedges and Houses and Mothers and Children, hosted by I Like Your Work, curated by Pennylane Shen on Dazed and Confucius.

October 2020

Marking Time:

Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration

Curated by Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood, Professor of American Studies and Art History at Rutgers University

September 17, 2020 - April 4, 2021

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Spaces within Space

Fridman Gallery is honored to announce the representation and the first gallery exhibition of Ethiopian painter Hana Yilma Godine.

September 27 - November 1, 2020

Artist Profile:

Nate Burbeck: Sublime Mystery

Vast Art Magazine Issue nº1

September 2020

A zine from Pomegranate Press celebrating accessibility and community.

Edition 1, press of 150 copies.


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