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March 2024

Anne Samat in The Guardian

The Guardian features Anne Samat's Cannot Be Broken and Won't Live Unspoken #2, 2024, in their recent article "Sydney Biennale 2024: Armageddon is met with joy and subversion in epic art feast."
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February 2024

Anne Samat: Artist to See at Biennale of Sydney

Ocula Advisors named Anne Samat one of 8 artists to see at the 24th Biennale of Sydney: Ten Thousand Suns, which runs from March 9 – June 4, 2024. Samat will debut her new piece, "Cannot Be Broken and Won't Live Unspoken #2", at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
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February 2024

Jeanne Silverthorne in THE KITE

Rosanna Albertini wrote about Jeanne Silverthorne’s 2023 exhibition at MARC STRAUS, And the Unfathomable Night of Dreams Began for THE KITE. Albertini writes: “In the middle of the incredibly noisy reality hovering with too many words, too loud, often unreasonable and pretentious, the only existence...
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January 2024

Katrina Andry in UT Daily Beacon

The UT Downtown Gallery presents an installation of Katrina Andry’s woodblock prints: “The Promise of the Rainbow Never Came” and “Colonial Colorism Influences in the Black Community.” “Andry's work is not only powerful, extremely well-crafted and explores the Black experience … but her work, from a purely formal standpoint, is rich, layered and jewel-like, thus very engaging to simply look at,” says Julie Lohnes, Director and Curator of the UT Downtown Gallery.
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January 2024

Marie Watt Opening at Print Center New York

Storywork: The Prints of Marie Watt opens January 25, 2024  at Print Center New York. The exhibition, featuring over 50 works from the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, is the artist’s first traveling retrospective and the first to reflect on the role of printmaking in her ambitious interdisciplinary work.
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October 2023

Ozioma Onuzulike Featured in The New York Times

The New York Times reviewed Ozioma Onuzulike's show at Marc Straus Gallery, open through October 29, 2023. John Vincler writes: "His assemblage 'Of Harvest and Mixed Feelings' (2023)... brings to mind both the rows of a farmer’s field as well as minimalist paintings like Agnes Martin’s masterwork “Friendship” (1963), at MoMA, with its grid of gold leaf and oil paint rectangles..."
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September 2023

Marie Watt Interviewed in BOMB Magazine

Marie Watt met with Tess Bilhartz to discuss her neon sculpture, Chords to Other Chords (Relative), 2023, now on view at Converge 45. Bilhartz introduces the interview:”In Watt’s words, the neon text is meant to ‘blaze like a sunrise.’ There is an element of...
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September 2023

Omar Rodriguez-Graham in ArtsLife

Omar Rodriguez-Graham's exhibition, La Struttura della certezza (The Structure of Certainty), on view now at Fondazione MACC, was recently featured in ArtsLife. Carlo Maccioni writes: Omar Rodríguez-Graham projects himself towards a universe of nebulous and gaseous chromaticisms, where tonal games paint transformed materials and incandescent melting pots, crossed by energetic and rapid fireballs of light."
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September 2023

Ozioma Onuzulike Named Artist to Watch by Artnet

Ozioma Onuzulike was named one of ten Artists to Watch in a September, 2023 article by Artnet News. Annikka Olsen writes, "Onuzulike takes inspiration from everyday natural elements and then produces them en masse in clay. These individual, basic elements are then meticulously woven and constructed into tapestries and hanging sculptures, metaphorically and symbolically referencing the many cultures and histories of Africa—ranging from the slave trade and its aftermath to revered textile and clothing traditions and Africa’s natural resources."
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