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July 2023

Stereo Sights and Sounds in Hyperallergic

Stereo Sights and Sounds, our summer group exhibition curated by Josh Gosselin & Ana Stjepanović, was featured in Hyperallergic’s article, 15 Art Shows to See in New York This July. Hrag Vartanian writes, “A solid concept is the core of this show, which presents works...
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June 2023

Katrina Andry in BOMB Magazine

During her solo exhibition Into the Water and Out of the Fire at MARC STRAUS, Katrina Andry was interviewed by filmmaker and oral historian Brad Bailey for BOMB Magazine’s Oral History Project. Janée Moses, the Oral History Project Managing Editor, introduces the interview: “Throughout...
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June 2023

Unyielding: a Performance by Asia Stewart at MARC STRAUS Gallery

“Unyielding” was performed by Asia Stewart on May 25th, 2023 at MARC STRAUS Gallery, in response to Entang Wiharso’s exhibition When Rabbits Eat Meat. In “Unyielding,” Stewart returns to Abel Meeropol’s haunting “Strange Fruit,” a song made popular by Billie Holiday. Stewart’s looped and...
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May 2023

Marie Watt in Cultured Mag

Cultured Mag featured Marie Watt and her current exhibition, Singing Everything, in the article, ‘We Get the History We Are Ready For’: Meet the Native Women Artists Claiming Their Place in New York. Devorah Lauter writes, “‘Would I be here without someone like Jaune...
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May 2023

Entang Wiharso in Forbes

Entang Wiharso’s exhibition, When Rabbits Eat Meat, was reviewed in Forbes: Entang Wiharso Fluidly Expresses Complex, Glittery Narratives Across Painting And Sculpture, Flexing Boundaries Of Imagination And Nature. Natasha Gural writes, “Humor and horror collide in a glittery re-imagining of Grant Wood’s 1930 painting...
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April 2023

Marie Watt in the Brooklyn Rail

Marie Watt’s exhibition, Singing Everything, was reviewed in the Brooklyn Rail. Vittoria Benzine writes, “Hundreds of chorusing voices, hands, and stories crest across Singing Everything, the second solo show at Marc Straus by Portland-based interdisciplinary and multicultural artist Marie Watt. For twenty-five years, Watt...
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February 2023

Frieze: Renée Stout Wields Illegibility as a Form of Resistance

Renée Stout’s exhibition, Navigating the Abyss, was reviewed in Frieze: Renée Stout Wields Illegibility as a Form of Resistance. Daniel Felsenthal writes, “The fragmented phantasmagoria of ‘Navigating the Abyss’, Renée Stout’s show of recent work at Marc Straus gallery, mingles spirituality and political terror....
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February 2023

MARC STRAUS Featured on STIRpad

STIRpad recently published an article that features the gallery’s participation in India Art Fair: MARC STRAUS showcases ‘not so exposed’ artists at the 14th edition of India Art Fair “MARC STRAUS is one of the leading contemporary art galleries of New York that showcases...
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Marie Watt in W Magazine, photograph by Tommy Kha
February 2023

Marie Watt in W Magazine

Marie Watt was recently featured in the article Doing It Their Way in W Magazine. Jori Finkel writes, “But more than any material, Watt sees gathering and communal forms of storytelling as the through line of her work. She has facilitated sewing circles, loosely...
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February 2023

Renée Stout in The New York Times

The New York Times covered Renée Stout’s current solo exhibition, Navigating the Abyss, in the article “Art Gallery Shows to See in February”. Jillian Steinhauer writes, “In her current show, ‘Navigating the Abyss,’ Stout takes up the idea of a parallel universe to which...
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