Featured Dieu Donné Artists News
Nancy Cohen has work included in an exhibition of works on paper presented by Accola Griefen and VanDeb Editions at the Standard Motors Building in Long Island City through April 30.
Current Workspace Program artist Natalie Frank just opened a beautiful exhibition at The Drawing Center featuring works on paper created for her book, Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm, featuring essays by Linda Nochlin, Claire Gilman and others. The show is on view through June 28 then traveling to the Blanton Museum in Austin, and has been profiled in Vogue, Interview, and numerous other publications.
Our founder Susan Gosin was recently honored by the Center For Book Arts at their 2015 Annual Benefit. Congrats to Sue, and also to the Center for Book Arts in celebrating their 40th anniversary!
The group exhibition Textual opens at ODETTA Gallery in Brooklyn on April 25 and features works combining textiles and paper pulp by Elana Herzog.
Earlier this month, Glenn Ligon opened a solo exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary in the U.K., as well as a concurrent group exhibition that he curated, featuring the work of previous Dieu Donné artists Melvin Edwards and Robert Gober. We are also thrilled for Edwards and Ligon and their inclusion in the 2015 Venice Biennale curated by Okwui Enwezor.
This weekend is the last chance to see new sculptures by James Siena at Pace Gallery, closing April 25.
In addition to our gallery exhibition you can also catch work by B. Wurtz on view at the Kunstverein Freiburg in Germany, and closer to home at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Connecticut.