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Lauren Halsey

May 6 – June 11, 2022

New York

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ART BASEL HONG KONG 2022
ART BASEL HONG KONG 2022

Fairs

Lesley Vance & Anna Zemánková
May 25 – 29, 2022

Our Art Basel Hong Kong presentation features new paintings by Lesley Vance and a selection of works from the 1960s and ’70s by Czech artist Anna Zemánková (1908–1986). The presentation marks not only the first time that these two artists have been shown together, but also the most focused exhibition of each of their respective works in Asia to date. 

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THE NEW YORK TIMES
THE NEW YORK TIMES

PRESS

Lauren Halsey Brings Her Vision of South Central Los Angeles to New York

Lauren Halsey sat down with Robin Pogrebin for a major feature in The New York Times on her solo exhibition inaugurating David Kordansky Gallery’s New York gallery, on view through June 11. The artist's first solo exhibition in New York honors and documents Halsey's neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles, her generational home.

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VALENTIN CARRON
VALENTIN CARRON

Gallery Exhibitions

Barking Panting Sighs Heavenly
May 27 – July 1, 2022

Barking Panting Sighs Heavenly, an exhibition of new sculptural works by Valentin Carron, explores the romanticized loneliness often associated with the lives of artists. A group of sculptures in which humanoid figures are accompanied by dogs reflects his ongoing interest in motifs whose appeal is universal but whose roots are local or personal. As some of their titles indicate, these figures are distinguishable as either adults or children, but show no other legible markers of identity. 

CHRIS MARTIN
CHRIS MARTIN

Gallery Exhibitions

Recent Paintings
May 27 – July 1, 2022

Chris Martin: Recent Paintings features paintings made in the Catskill Mountains, New York, where the artist has maintained a lifelong connection. While some pictures in this exhibition include appropriated images of recognizable Martin forms like the planet Saturn, cannabis leaves, and mushrooms, even the works that remain entirely non-objective are full of palpable moods and a sense of place. The works in Recent Paintings serve as a reminder that the natural world is never far away from Martin’s eye, process, or ethos.

DANIELLE BRATHWAITE-SHIRLEY
DANIELLE BRATHWAITE-SHIRLEY

Gallery Exhibitions

GET HOME SAFE
May 27 – July 1, 2022

GET HOME SAFE, Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley's immersive, interactive installation, is part of an ongoing archival project where the artist endeavors to remedy the state of erasure in which Black Trans lives have been removed from records of the past, accounts of the present, and visions of the future. In GET HOME SAFE, technology is combined with references to very real human qualities, and therefore, becomes a way to imagine Black Trans lives in environments that prominently center their bodies—those living, those that have passed, those that have been forgotten, and those that have yet to be born.

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