Chase Biado

Chase Biado said bridging fantasy and art once felt off limits, asif he were“smuggling childhood interests into a contemporaryconversation.”In reality, fantasy is a critical facet of adultlife.“We’re having these epic mythological experiences—inourheads and in our relationships,”he said.“But on the exterior,we’re going about our daily lives.”Biado’s style, draped injubilation, entices viewers to imagine, for a second, […]

Chase Biado

Chase Biado said bridging fantasy and art once felt off limits, asif he were“smuggling childhood interests into a contemporaryconversation.”In reality, fantasy is a critical facet of adultlife.“We’re having these epic mythological experiences—inourheads and in our relationships,”he said.“But on the exterior,we’re going about our daily lives.”Biado’s style, draped injubilation, entices viewers to imagine, for a second, […]

Dapper Bruce Lafitte

Dapper Bruce Lafitte (b. 1972 New Orleans) is a self-trained artist who began making and showing work in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to commemorate the then-decimated street culture of parades and marching bands of New Orleans. He has exhibited locally, nationally and internationally, notably at the Prospect Biennial, New Orleans, and in solo shows […]

Mathieu Malouf

“I am genuinely trying to make beautiful paintings. Not beautiful by contemporary standards of beauty, but something more atemporal or enduring. My paintings are not anchored in any particular period. I like art that is beautiful, even if that makes no sense in our era. No one discusses whether things are beautiful or not anymore. […]

Tom Burckhardt

Tom Burckhardt was born in New York City in 1964. He attended SUNY Purchase and graduated with a BFA in painting in 1986, after which he attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. His work has been the subject of over thirty solo exhibitions at institutions including the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, […]

Ad Minoliti & Catalina Schliebener Muñoz

BARRO NY is pleased to present “Manifesto of Immature Abstraction,” an exhibition featuring the works of Ad Minoliti and Catalina Schliebener Muñoz. This show explores queer approaches to abstraction through the use of colors and shapes that articulate non-binary narratives which counter the coloniality of gender, sexuality, age, and interspecies life. The gallery space transforms […]

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), […]