April 10th – June 22nd, 2019
Vincent Tiley | How Bats Drink Water
The exhibition focusses on a group of works executed between 2016 and 2019 that are firmly tied to ideas of the body, its absence, and the material elements of sexuality. In these works, known as Rope Paintings, Tiley evokes the body without relying on figuration or narrative while referencing particular modernist touchstones like abstract expressionism, minimalism and geometric abstraction. By using knots and binding methods of Shibari, a form of erotic bondage with origins in 18th- and 19th-century Japan, Vincent Tiley forcibly ties these works to notions of exquisite control and performed eroticism.
September 20th – December 22nd, 2019
Eduardo Chillida | On Paper
As a well-known master of post-war sculpture, Chillida's work on paper as a draftsman and printmaker still remains an underappreciated field of interest. This exhibition will bring together more than 20 rarely seen works by the Spanish master. The show will present Chillida as a radical inventor that used paper to reformulate collage, to explore the figurative expression of his work, to expand the possibilities of monumental etchings and the intimate scale of woodcuts, as well as to create unique tridimensional structures made of this fragile material, his Gravitations.
January 24th – March 16th, 2019
Minimal Means: Concrete Inventions in the US, Brazil, and Spain
Minimal Means focuses on a group of artists originating in the late 1950s and 1960s in the United States, Brazil and Spain. The artists in this exhibition expanded the legacy of constructivism and geometric abstraction into a new era. They attempted to transform the modes of sensory perception through radical formal investigation.
September 25th – December 28th, 2018
Zoe Walsh | Remote Light
This online exhibition presents Walsh’s high-chroma acrylic paintings featuring atmospheric compositions in which figures ripple and repeat across scattered horizons. Walsh’s paintings derive from their engagement with networks of queerness, photographic archives, and recurring typologies of gender performance.
December 26th – February 23rd, 2018
Bryson Rand: The Floating Bridge
The Floating Bridge is the first online show by Bryson Rand. This selection photographs from 2014 to 2016 attempts to access a world that is out of reach –to give it visual form. The images reflect on the history of gay people and its weight in constructing a queer identity.
October 20th – December 2nd, 2017
Julia Rooney | Assembly
Assembly is the first online show by Julia Rooney. This selection of works explore the construction of domestic space, as it is both physically built, and socially performed through habitation. They investigate the limits of the illusionistic and the real space they occupy.
September 3rd – October 14th, 2017
Eddie Aparicio explores the visual and conceptual possibilities of globally ubiquitous raw materials and products of indigenous knowledge of Latin America. This exhibition focuses on works produced in recent years with monumental rubber casts that document the social and economic relationships between Latin America and the United States through specific use of material, multiplicity of site and metaphorical gesture.