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show #53:

Emilie Stark-Menneg


Curated by Jacob Rhodes


Reception: September 13th, 6-8pm

Dates: September 13th - October 20th, 2018


NEXT at Field Projects


Hic et nunc / Here and now

One-Night Screening: Weds, Oct. 24, 6:30 pm

Curated by Maurizio Marco Tozzi

Featuring: Angelica Bergamini, Sofia Bersanelli, Rachel Frank, Hope Ginsburg, Erika Lynne Hanson, Eleonora Manca, and Alberta Pellacani


Show #54

Hot Farce

A show about bad faith meta-figuration and sexual satire.

Curated by Kristen Racaniello

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

Opening Reception: Thursday, November 1, 6-8pm

Dates: November 1 to December 15, 2018  



Field magazine Issue 3.

Thurs, Nov 8, 6-8pm 

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


Recent exhibition


show #52:


Curated by Mikela Wesson

Featuring: Jaclyn Brown, Anne Buckwalter, Hilary Doyle, Sarah Fox, Dominique Fung, Lynnea Holland-Weiss 

Reception: August 9th, 6-8pm

Dates: August 9th-September 1st, 2018


Recent Online Exhibition




Selected by curators Lissa River, Jacob Rhodes, Rachel Frank, Alissa Polan, Kristen Racaniello and Mikela Wesson.

Featuring: Hannah Altman, Hannah Boone, Vincent Chen, CUNTEMPORARY ARTISTS PRESENTS (Joanne Leah and Marne Lucas), Jen Davis, Gabrielle Donofrio, Florencia Escudero, Pola Esther, Becky Flanders, Katya Grokhovsky, Zachary Z. Handler, Jaz Harold, Angela Hoener, Anna Ilsley, Nefertiti Jenkins, Amanda Konishi, Owen Lee, Joseph Liatela, Nico Mazza, Shona McAndrew, Emily Marie Miller, Naomi Nakazato, Alyssa Piro, Marc Prats, Colin Radcliffe, Selina Roman, Maja Ruznic, Kristen Sanders, Aparna Sarkar, Erin Schwinn, Chad States, Marie Tomanova, Marit van Heumen, Christian Vargas, Gabrielle Vitollo, Eva Weiss, Marcus Zilliox, Mark Zubrovich






Loren Britton

Rachel Frank

Paul Gagner

Karen Lederer

Sarah Aice Moran




Winter Open Call 2019

Deadline: December 15, 2018, 11:59pm

Guest Curators: AN/OTHER NY

All submissions will be considered for

  • The Winter 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



  • 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



Field Projects curators Alissa D. Polan and Rachel Frank are both featured in Open World curated by Blair Murphy at the Arlington Arts Center

June 16 - September 29, 2018

Arlington Arts Center 3550 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, V

Gallery Talk: Saturday, September 29, 1 - 3 pm

Press Release // Catalog // Press

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White Couch

A new project space founded and directed by Field Projects curator Kristen Racaniello opens this fall. White Couch is an alternative exhibition space, lecture hall and performance arena for artists and intellectuals.

The inaugural exhibition DUPLEX features Christina Graham.

Opening September 29th, 2018.


Get your copy today!

Field Magazine

Issue 2

Featuring :

Loren Britton, Jessica Campbell, Tlisza Juarique,

Amanda Turner Pohan, Sahana Ramakrishnan,

Tiffany Smith, Jen Schwarting, Rachel Steinberg,

Derek Stroup, Marcus Zilliox



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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