Gallery hours: Thurs-Sat 12-6pm or by appointment email: jacob@fieldprojectsgallery.com

 

opening Thursday Jan 10th, 6-8pm

Show #55

No Place LIke

Curated by AN/OTHER NY (Asuka GotoNicole MaloofNaomi ReisCrys Yin,  Heidi LauSun You)

Featuring: Mitsuko Brooks, Naomi Cohn, Yewen Dong, Valery Jung Estabrook, Mariano Del Rosario, Maria Fragoso, Emily Kettner, Amanda Konishi, John Lee, Padma Rajendran, Dana Robinson, Jia Sung, Taro Takizawa, and Connie Zheng

Opening Reception: January 10th, 6-8

Dates: January 10th to February 9th, 2019  

Left: Maria Fragoso,  Bendito deseo , 2018. Oil on canvas. 20 x 24 inches. Right: John Lee,  View From Chair , 2018. Oil on panel. 36 x 48 inches.

Left: Maria Fragoso, Bendito deseo, 2018. Oil on canvas. 20 x 24 inches.
Right: John Lee, View From Chair, 2018. Oil on panel. 36 x 48 inches.

 

ONLINE EXHIBITION SHOW #55: NO PLACE LIKE

Selected by curators Rachel Frank, Kristen Racaniello Jacob Rhodes, Ellen Hersey and Mikela Wesson.

Featuring: Sara Anstis, Genevieve Cohn, Julia Cseko, ERIDAN, Julie K. Gray, Rachel Guardiola, Fukuko Harris, Julia Jueun Jo, Stuart Lantry, Rebecca Levitan,Cynthia Lin, Michela Martello, Jeffrey Morabito, Alison Mustokoff, Kimberly Nam, Alex Paulus, Corinna Ray, Judd Schiffman & Athena Witscher , Svetlana Shigroff, Brett Stano, Sarah Wertzberger, Julie Yeo, Flora Zhai

 

Recent exhibition

 

HIEROPHANT HYSTERIA

Curated by Kris Racaniello

One Night Screening : Tues, Dec. 18th, 6:30pm.

Featured Filmmakers:

Katy McCarthy

Joiri Minaya

Rose Nestler

Mavi Philips

Jennifer May Reiland

Hierophant Hysteria presents work by five female filmmakers. These films rupture the mirage of a smooth, canonical, singular female body in visual history. Instead, they present a plurality of perspectives, giving voice to the body, rejecting the conception of womanhood that generations of reclining nudes have created. The figures in the films of Hierophant Hysteria are energized, not complacent or recumbent. They are makers, hunters, athletes, protagonists, and doers. The women of these films stare back at the audience, calling on us to see the world with active eyes.

 

Show #54

Hot Farce

An exhibition about bad faith meta-figuration and sexual satire.

Curated by Kristen Racaniello

Featuring: Natalie Frank, Paul Gagner, Rebecca Morgan, Daniel Morowitz, Gahee Park, Anastasiya Tarasenko, Patricia Renee Thomas

Dates: November 1 to December 15, 2018  

 

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

 
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Material

Art Fair

7-10 Feb 2019

Juan Capistran

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WORKS AVAILABLE

 

 

 

Loren Britton

Rachel Frank

Paul Gagner

Karen Lederer

Sarah Alice Moran

 

Opportunities 

 

Summer Open Call 2019

Deadline: July 13th, 11:59pm

Guest Curators: Tess Schwab (Director Jenkins Johnson Gallery)

All submissions will be considered for

  • The Summer Exhibition

  • The Online Exhibition

  • Solo Exhibitions at Field Projects

  • Group Exhibitions at Field Projects

  • Art Fairs

  • Off Site Exhibitions

  • Featured in Field Magazine

  • Featured on our Social Media

  • Our Studio Visit program for NYC artists

 

CURATORIAL PROPOSALS

  • All types of exhibitions are welcome: Group, Solo, 2 person, 3 person, etc.

  • All art disciplines are welcome: painting, sculpture, new media, audio, film, etc

  • We accept submission on an ongoing basis.

  • We meet 3 times a year to look over the proposals and pick out shows.

  • We schedule exhibition a year in advance.

  • We are looking for conceptually rigorous projects, and themes that are innovative, challenging, and engaging.

 

Gallery News

 

Get your copy today!

Field Magazine

Issue 3

Featuring:

Ashleigh Deosaran on Marlon Griffith

Jen Schwarting interviews Courtney Puckett

Kristen Racaniello on Auto(Arto)phasia

Artist Project by Louis Cameron

Personal History by Tom Brauer

Comics by Aharon Levy

Milkmade curated by Mikela Wesson

 

 

Copies are available at Field Projects, Chelsea

 

 

Gallery Gender and Ethnic Statistics.

In an effort to be aware of our role in an art world that is inclusive and transparent we have created gender charts of artists and curators who have shown with us from 2011 to the present and starting from January 2017 a self-identified ethnicity chart of artists and curators.

Our hope is that these charts will keep us and our community aware of the issues of inequality within us and around us. And give us all agency to do something about it.

 

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