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Anne Samat Featured in Colossal

November 20, 2020

Colossal recently published an article discussing Anne Samat’s piece, ‘Follow Your Heart Wholeheartedly’ at the Asia Society’s Triennial. Read the full story here: https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2020/11/anne-samat-follow-your-heart-wholeheartedly/ Image by Bruce M. White, Courtesy of the Asia Society.

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Marie Watt in Exhibition at PAFA in 2021

November 20, 2020

Marie Watt will be featured in an upcoming exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts entitled, ‘Taking Space: Contemporary Women Artists and the Politics of Scale.’ “The show examines the approaches of women artists for whom space is a critical feature of their...

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Rona Pondick at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg – The Seoul Times

October 22, 2020

Rona Pondick’s piece, Little Bathers, is included in a new exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg entitled, On Everyone’s Lips. The show features artists from Pieter Bruegel to Cindy Sherman, highlighting international art that deals with oral motifs. The The Seoul Times wrote, “the siege...

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Anne Samat in the Inaugural Asia Society Triennial – The Wall Street Journal

October 22, 2020

The Wall Street Journal covered the Asia Society’s Triennial, which features Anne Samat’s piece, Follow Your Heart Wholeheartedly. Susan Delson writes, “one of the most striking commissioned works is ‘Follow Your Heart Wholeheartedly,’ a large-scale sculptural installation by Malaysian artist Anne Samat. Trained as...

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Entang Wiharso in Unseen Art with STIR

October 22, 2020

Entang Wiharso discusses his general practice, influences, and unrevealed work with Shraddha Nair of STIR. His new work, Camouflage, employs glitter to create obscure surfaces on large canvases. The medium emphasizes the problem of perception and highlights Wiharso’s turmoil in responding to prejudice and...

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Marie Watt Listed As Must See Exhibition in New York – The Art Newspaper

October 17, 2020

The Art Newspaper listed Marie Watt’s solo show Turtle Island as one of three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend. The full article is available here: https://www.theartnewspaper.com/review/three-exhibitions-to-see-in-new-york-this-weekend-16-october “The Portland-based Seneca artist Marie Watt evokes her Iroquois heritage in a new collection of...

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Rona Pondick In Conversation at Williams College Museum of Art

October 14, 2020

Rona Pondick’s cast-aluminum work Tree (1999) was recently gifted to the Williams College Museum of Art by Eric and Fran Rosenfeld, and will be installed on the college campus soon. To mark this exciting new installation Rona Pondick joined Ursula von Rydingsvard and Alice Aycock...

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Interview with Paul Pretzer in elemmental

October 4, 2020

Paul Pretzer – Danielle Cruz September 30, 2020 The original article in Spanish: https://elemmental.com/2020/09/30/entrevista-paul-pretzer/ DC: When we look at your paintings we often feel we’re in a fairy tale. There’s always a narrative we try to figure out. Is literature an influence to your...

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Marie Watt in Whitney Museum Show, Extended

September 20, 2020

Marie Watt is included in the group show ‘Making Knowing: Craft In Art, 1950-2019’ at the Whitney Museum of American Art. This exhibition presents how artists have explored materials and methods of craft over the past several decades. Watt’s piece ‘Skywalker/Skyscraper (Axis Mundi)’ which...

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Marie Watt in Exhibition at Tang Teaching Museum, Skidmore

September 18, 2020

Marie Watt’s work ‘Companion Species (Saddle)’ is included in the new exhibition at the Tang Teaching Museum titled ‘Never Done: 100 Years of Women in Politics and Beyond’. The show celebrates the anniversary of the 19th amendment while posing the question: What has been...

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Marie Watt in Group Show at Heard Museum of Art

September 1, 2020

Marie Watt is a contemporary Indigenous artist. Her work is included in a new group exhibition opening at the Heard Museum of Art in Phoenix, Arizona on September 4, 2020 . The exhibition ‘Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Art From Indigenous North America’ presents works...

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