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Current + Past Exhibitions

gallery interior with chair and framed artworks
31 May - 28 June 2019

Philip Kuznicki: Parade

Parade includes collage and assemblage work by Philip Kuznicki created in the past couple of years after a long pause in the artist’s creative practice. This is the first ever solo presentation of Kuznicki’s work.

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11 April - 10 May 2019

Here We Are: Katherine McMahon, Gordon Shadrach, Adam Weekley

Here We Are, a show of painted portraits by Katherine McMahon (New York, NY), Gordon Shadrach (Toronto, Ontario), and Adam Weekley (Buffalo, NY).

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artwork hung on white gallery wall
21 February - 5 April 2019

Millie Chen: Matter

Millie Chen: Matter focuses on a body of work created in the past year, following the death of Chen’s mother. Included are works on paper and clayboard with abstract and figurative imagery created entirely of partially used cosmetics found in Chen’s mother’s home during the process of organizing and clearing her belongings. Chen has created...

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Current + Past Exhibitions

23 March - 29 April 2018

DEVIATING LINES: Lyn Carter, Pam Glick

Deviating Lines explores the gesture of the line in Pam Glick’s most recent geometric abstractions, painted and drawn on canvas and cardboard and Lyn Carter’s fabric-based sculptural works. In both Carter and Glick’s included work, the line is the protagonist. Glick’s gestural paintings on canvas explore the expressive potential of the line, while her works...

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10 February - 17 March 2018

Susan Reedy: Urban Passage

Anna Kaplan Contemporary (formerly BT&C Gallery) announces Urban Passage, a solo exhibition of new work by Susan Reedy. The focus of Urban Passage is Reedy’s mixed media works on canvas that lie at the intersection of painting, drawing, and collage. Reedy’s practice is process oriented, involving many layers of material and visual information. The result...

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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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