IN CONVERSATION: JASON FOX, NAOMI FRY, DAN NADEL, AND DANA SCHUTZ
Saturday, April 15 | 4:30 PM
David Kordansky Gallery | 520 W. 20th St., New York
On the occasion of Old Wrld, an exhibition of new paintings by Jason Fox, join us for a conversation discussing the recurring figures and improvisatory approach to the artist’s work. The New Yorker’s Naomi Fry, author Dan Nadel, and artist Dana Schutz will join the artist at our New York gallery.
JONAS WOOD: PLANTS AND ANIMALS
Jonas Wood: Plants and Animals, a striking new catalogue that details Wood’s artmaking process leading up to his 2022 eponymous exhibition at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, is now available for pre-order. The catalogue features full-color plates, process imagery, reference materials, and a text by Wood.
ADAM PENDLETON AT ART BASEL HONG KONG
Visit us at Booth 3C10 at Art Basel Hong Kong to view a solo presentation of new paintings and large-scale drawings on Mylar by Adam Pendleton.
CHASE HALL AT SCAD MUSEUM OF ART
The Close of Day, Chase Hall’s first solo museum exhibition, is on view at the SCAD Museum of Art from February 28 through August 21. Featuring new paintings and a dynamic installation, the exhibition addresses a range of issues, from the complexities of race and labor to the weighty histories of coffee, cotton, and other commodities, as well as personal meditations on the artist’s own place in society and history. Learn more here.
TALA MADANI IN THE NEW YORKER
In a major profile of Tala Madani in The New Yorker, Calvin Tomkins writes: "Madani is that rarity in art, a wildly imaginative innovator with a gift for caricature and visual satire, and her first great subject was the absurdity of machismo. 'I do think machismo is healthy and alive everywhere, and I was having fun upending it,' she told me last summer, when we began a number of conversations. 'You know, you want it to grow bigger, so why not water it?'"