Marc Straus


Jong Oh Two-Person Show at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

February 18, 2018

Sculpting with Air: Ian McMahon and Jong Oh On View Apr 20, 2018 – Sep 30, 2018 Linde Gallery, Foster Galleries Sculpting with Air: two contemporary sculptors will create very different site-specific artworks at deCordova by shaping the intangible element of air. Jong Oh...

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Rona Pondick Joins MARC STRAUS

February 17, 2018

NEW YORK – It is with the utmost pleasure we announce our representation of Rona Pondick, one of the seminal artists of her generation. Her inaugural solo exhibition at MARC STRAUS Gallery will be in October 2018. Over 30 years of friendship has brought...

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Chris Jones Reviewed in The Jewish Week

February 14, 2018

The Jewish Week reviews the group show “Home(less)” at the Hebrew Union College, where Chris Jones’ work “After They Had Left” is featured. There are no people visible in Chris Jones’ large mixed-media collage, “After They Had Left,” one of the first works of...

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Otis Jones In Conversation with Glenn Adamson

February 13, 2018

Otis Jones In Conversation with Glenn Adamson Sunday, 11 March, 2018, 3pm Venue: MARC STRAUS Gallery, 299 Grand Street New York, NY 10002 On the occasion of his inaugural solo exhibition, it is our pleasure to present artist Otis Jones in conversation with Glenn...

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Marc Straus Remembers Tim Rollins in a Poem

February 4, 2018

THE WORD For Tim Rollins You see a word. It isn’t. It’s an idea, it’s letters forming a pattern that may be as incongruous as breadcrumbs, and there’s the bird that will peck at them one at a time and miss the confluence, like...

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Otis Jones Inaugural New York Solo Exhibition

January 28, 2018

MARC STRAUS is pleased to present our inaugural solo exhibition of Texas-based artist Otis Jones. The exhibition will present new works, with an opening reception on Friday February 16th from 6pm – 8pm and then remain on view until April 1st, 2018. The work...

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Barry Schwabsky’s Letter to Anna Leonhardt

January 4, 2018

To Anna Leonhardt by Barry Schwabsky Thank you for showing me your new paintings, Anna. What changes they led me through! I remember you telling me that movement in a painting is not cinematic; “it’s like a thread,” you told me, “it starts somewhere...

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Brooklyn Rail Reviews Thomas Bangsted and Jeanne Silverthorne

December 14, 2017

The Brooklyn Rail jointly reviews Thomas Bangsted‘s and Jeanne Silverthorne‘s exhibitions. Art writer Joyce Beckenstein writes: “At first glance these two wildly different exhibitions, which are in fact consigned to separate gallery spaces, have absolutely nothing to do with one another. But spend some...

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Hyperallergic Interviews Thomas Bangsted

December 1, 2017

Thomas Bangsted shares with Sarah Rose Sharp at Hyperallergic how he reconstructs moments from the past with present-day photography. “In his third exhibition of photographs at Marc Straus, photographer Thomas Bangsted presents large-scale photographs that recreate historical maritime scenes through a painstaking process of...

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Entang Wiharso Included in STPI Singapore’s First Indonesian Group Show

November 22, 2017

The satirical works of three leading Indonesian artists, Entang Wiharso, Heri Dono and Eko Nugroho, are included in STPI Singapore’s first Indonesian Group Show “Allegories and Identities”. In STPI Gallery’s first Indonesian group show, star artists Eko Nugroho, Entang Wiharso and Heri Dono are...

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Jong Oh “Half Hitch” at IDEOBOX ARTSPACE, Miami | Dec 4, 2017

November 22, 2017

Neither photographs nor descriptive language do much to clarify the spatial complexity of Oh’s installations, which appear to move abruptly between visibility and invisibility. The pieces are best experienced in person, within the installation space. Oh manipulates simple elements such as thread, graphite, wood,...

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