Adrianne Rubenstein

Adrianne Rubenstein (b. Montreal, 1983) is a painter based in New York. Solo exhibitions include Magic Show at Broadway Gallery, New York; Blue at Tanya Leighton, Los Angeles; Little Shop of Horrors at Tif Sigfrids, Athens, GA; and Ruby in the Dust at Deli Gallery, New York. Rubenstein will curate an exhibition at Venus, New […]

Ryan Wallace

RYAN WALLACE’s (b. 1977) mixed media paintings conjure an ethereal space between the material and intangible. Repurposing fragments from earlier and developing pieces, the artist seams, layers, excavates, and manipulates the surface of his work to incorporate a wealth of textures and techniques. By limiting his resources, Wallace has developed a rich process-based practice whereby […]

Elizabeth Hazan

Elizabeth Hazan is a New York based visual artist. Hazan was awarded a fellowship to the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and has twice been a resident of Yaddo. Recent shows include High Noon, at the Duck Creek Art Center in Springs, NY, Heat Wave at Johannes Vogt Gallery, NY, Body to Land at […]

Asud Ruza

Asad Raza (born in Buffalo, USA) creates dialogues and rejects disciplinary boundaries in his work, which conceives of art as a metabolic, active experience. Diversion, first shown at Kunsthalle Portikus in 2022, diverted a river through the gallery. Absorption, in which cultivators create artificial soil, was the 34th Kaldor Public Art Project in Sydney (2019), […]

Devon Reina

Devon Reina (b. 1996) is a Brooklyn, New York-based artist and designer. Devon’s cross-disciplinary background inspires his curiosity for materiality and process. His paintings celebrate a range of versatile media, from thick paint impastos, to expressive ink washes and delicate wax pastel line-work. Across his various bodies of work, Devon is interested in how marks […]

Mark Yang

Mark Yang’s colorful, incongruous arrays of anonymous limbs entangled together investigate the nuances of human interaction through a critical lens of art history. Morphing and distorting idealized figures into conglomerates of body parts, Yang’s forms exhibit a sculptural quality, the result of the artist’s thoughtful rendering of plane, dimension, and space. Reducing, dismantling, and reassembling […]

Andrew Edlin

Andrew Edlin, Director of Andrew Edlin Gallery and owner of the Outsider Art Fair talks about the current show at the gallery and the upcoming fair. Unaccompanied Conversations explores the work of three artists: the now acclaimed Outsider James Castle, Pearl Blauvelt, and John Byam, all of whom were untrained and from modest circumstances, yet […]

Tiril Hasselknippe

Tiril Hasselknippe is a sculptor working with steel, concrete, fiberglass, and resin who proposes object-based solutions to evade humanity’s downfall and whose sculptures command authority of physical presence through their sheer volume, scale, and weight. Her sculpture is rooted in material and textual world that balances deeply personal exploration with socio-political underpinnings—at times seeming to […]

Emma Safir

Emma Safir (b. 1990 NYC) Safir makes paintings that utilize fabric manipulation, lens–based media, smocking, rasterization, upholstery, and digitization. Her paintings function as screen simulations, proxies and portals. Safir is interested in hierarchies of labor in relation to gender and digitization. Safir holds a BFA from RISD in Printmaking and an MFA from Yale in […]

Sandi Haber Fifield

The Thing in Front of You, an exhibition of unique photocollages and small-scale wall sculptures by artist Sandi Haber Fifield, will be on view at Yancey Richardson from January 11 through February 17, 2024. Sandi Haber Fifield was born in Youngstown, Ohio in 1956. She holds an MFA in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology. […]