The eminent New York artist Joan Snyder will present a solo survey of works dating 1968-2022 at Frieze New York 2022. Known for her feminist practice and lauded Stroke Paintings (1969-1975), this presentation will exemplify, for the first time since the Jewish Museum’s 2005 survey exhibition, the range of Snyder’s oeuvre (Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York).
A solo exhibition of works by Daniel Turner, curated by Elena Filipovnic, will be on view at the Kunsthalle Basel (Switzerland) from September 16, 2022 – January 8, 2023.
The National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.) acquires Sylvia Snowden’s work Malik, Farewell Til We Meet Again XVII (1994).
Joan Snyder’s work Roxy Red Fugue (2017) is included in the first installation of Hunter Dunbar Projects’ (New York, NY) two-part exhibition “9th Street Beyond: 70 Years of Women in Abstraction,” on view from March 3 – April 9, 2022.
Mark Gonzales’ solo exhibition “Ready to Articulate“ is on view at HVW8 (Los Angeles, CA) from February 19 – April 3, 2022.
Anne Appleby’s solo exhibition “A Hymn for the Mother” is on view at Parrasch Heijnen (Los Angeles, CA) from February 15 – April 2, 2022. This show is an expansion of Appleby’s recent exhibition at the Missoula Art Museum (Missoula, MT), and it incorporates all facets of Appleby’s oeuvre, including painting, video, sculpture, and photography. Artforum has listed “A Hymn for the Mother” as a Must See exhibition.
Daniel Turner is the 2021 recipient of the Borlem Prize, an award founded in memory of Fernando Toscano (1986-2018) which annually recognizes the work of an “artist whose oeuvre sheds light on and brings awareness to mental health issues and struggles.”
Peter Alexander’s work Pink Green Slab (1967) is on view in “All Roads Lead to More Roads” at The Bunker Artspace, guest curated by Franklin Parrasch. This exhibition is on view by invitation or appointment only.
Sylvia Snowden’s work Maggie-M Street (1987) is on view in “All Roads Lead to More Roads” at The Bunker Artspace, guest curated by Franklin Parrasch. This exhibition is on view by invitation or appointment only.