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October 2021

Renée Stout at the Speed Art Museum

Renée Stout’s work Rootworker’s Worktable is featured in an exhibition entitled, “Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art” at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, KY. The exhibition examines the artwork that has shaped our collective imagination of the supernatural and paranormal and asks...
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Renée Stout

MARC STRAUS is proud to present a reimagined and expanded version of our first solo exhibition with Washington D.C. based artist Renée Stout (b. 1958). New paintings, sculptures, and drawings will be displayed among a handful of works made over the past decade for...
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Anne Samat

Anne Samat (b. 1973, Malaysia), employs the South East Asian art of Pua Kumbu weaving, which she formally studied. She adds humble household goods from 99 cent stores to construct totemic wall sculptures. They are brightly colored and gorgeous works, heavily adorned with details,...
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October 2021

Entang Wiharso in New Exhibition at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg

Entang Wiharso’s work, Expanded Dreams Tableau (Wagon Series), 2011, is featured in a new exhibition entitled, “Oil: Beauty and Horror in the Petrol Age” at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg. The exhibition is on view now through January 9, 2022. The exhibition “takes a speculative, poetic look...
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September 2021

Marie Watt at Hunterdon Art Museum

Marie Watt’s solo exhibition at the Hunterdon Art Museum opens this Sunday, September 26th. The exhibition will “spotlight diverse textile works, including monumental tapestry, Companion Species (At What Cost), assembled from panels of cloth embroidered during sewing circles.” “This exhibition furthermore features wall text prompts...
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September 2021

Entang Wiharso Solo Exhibition at York College Galleries

Entang Wiharso’s solo exhibition “A Thousand Kilometers” at York College Galleries is now on view at both the main campus galleries and the Marketview Arts center downtown. York College Galleries wrote, “This multi-venue exhibition by Indonesian-born, US-based artist Entang Wiharso touches on the role...
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September 2021

MARC STRAUS in The Art Newspaper

The Art Newspaper covered this weekend’s Armory show, and named our booth, which featured new works by Marie Watt. The Art Newspaper wrote, “There is a notable amount of figurative work offered across the fair, especially pieces that featured or were made by people...
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September 2021

The 10 Best Booths at The Armory Show 2021 – Artsy

MARC STRAUS was named one of the ten best booths at this weekend’s Armory show, 2021. Our booth features the work of Marie Watt. Artsy wrote, “The works in the booth, including a totemic steel sculpture and a panoramic beaded work in dazzling crepuscular...
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September 2021

Rona Pondick at Yale Art Gallery

Rona Pondick’s work, Fox, is featured in a new exhibition opening at the Yale Art Gallery. The exhibition is titled, ‘On The Basis of Art: 150 Years of Women at Yale,” and celebrates the 50th anniversary of co-education at Yale College, and the 150th anniversary of...
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August 2021

Marie Watt in the Los Angeles Times

Marie Watt’s recent show, Each/Other at the Denver Art Museum was recently covered in the Los Angeles Time. Carolina Miranda writes, “I was especially intrigued by the arquitectonic ways Watt works with textiles such as blankets, an object freighted with so much historic and...
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July 2021

Marie Watt in The Denver Post

Marie Watt’s recent exhibition, Each/Other at the Denver Art Museum was recently covered in The Denver Post. Ray Mark Rinaldi writes, “Both Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska Luger are known for engaging in a creative process that brings people together to contribute both intellectual energy...
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July 2021

Renée Stout in The New York Times

Renée Stout is featured in “The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse,” a recent exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, curated by Valerie Cassel Oliver, that was recently covered by the New York Times as a Critic’s Pick....
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July 2021

Renée Stout Guest Curation at The Phillips Collection

Renée Stout is guest curating and on the jury of “Inside Outside, Upside Down,” a special exhibition at The Phillips Collection in Washington D.C. This juried invitational celebrates The Phillips Collection’s 100th anniversary in 2021, building on the legacy of founder Duncan Phillips and...
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July 2021

Marie Watt in the New York Times

Marie Watt was in the New York Times today in an article about Patricia Marroquin Norby (Purépecha), the museum’s first Native American curator and its first curator of Native American art, appointed in 2020. The article mentions  “Art of Native America: The Charles and...
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