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Current + Past Exhibitions

17 November - 31 December 2017 (EXTENDED)

Julian Montague: Fictions

Fictions is an exhibition that centers on Montague’s conceptual faux books, posters and other ephemera, which have been a large part of his art practice for the last several years. In previous projects these fictional pieces functioned as a way to lead the viewer to ideas connected to the larger themes of the work— they...

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12 October - 11 November 2017

Pam Glick: Slowly I Turn

Anna Kaplan Contemporary (formerly BT&C Gallery) announces Slowly I Turn, a solo exhibition of new work by Pam Glick. Glick’s imagery and use of color are a paradox in and of themselves— the work is both chaotic and frenzied while being structured and controlled; each abstraction has a definite gridded visual support maintaining it all...

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8 September - 7 October 2017

Amanda Besl: I’ll Try Not to Breathe

I’ll Try Not to Breathe is Anna Kaplan Contemporary’s inaugural exhibition in a newly renovated gallery space at 1250 Niagara St. in Buffalo, NY. The paintings in Amanda Besl’s latest series focus on imagery of flowers, garden clippings and other botanical debris, through the veil of clear plastic garbage bags. The images are at once...

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Current + Past Exhibitions

25 October - 23 November 2018

then again: Sculpture and Drawing by Roberley Bell

then again brings together in the physical gallery space Bell’s sculptural practice and her drawing practice. Bell’s drawings have never been included in an installation alongside her sculptural work, yet she has a deep-seated practice of working out her complex ideas around color and form on paper.

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6 September - 6 October 2018

Reed Anderson: DayBreaker

DayBreaker is a solo show of recent work in varied media by Reed Anderson. DayBreaker includes work from each of the three major veins of Anderson’s practice— his large-scale cut paper works, the “PapaObject” series, and his most recent textile-based banner paintings.

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21 June - 4 August 2018

Michael Beitz: Guaranteed Painkiller

Beitz is best known for his large-scale sculptural work that confuses the line between functional furniture and sculpture. The focus of Guaranteed Painkiller is Beitz’s lesser-known, drawing-based work, an essential part of his creative practice that is rarely publicly shown. The artist considers the images in his drawings as seamlessly connected to the sculptural part...

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