Exhibitions

A Glitter of Seasby Rita Ackermann, Allison Baker, Julie Buffalohead, Tamar Ettun, Christina Fernandez, Krista Franklin, Nan Goldin, Nicole Havekost, Sarah Irvin, Laurel Nakadate, Frida Orupado, Sheilah ReStack, Melanie Schiff, Amy Wong

Jun 5 – Aug 8, 2021

Camille Henrot

Wet Job I, 2019

46½ x 34 11⁄₁₆ inches

Watercolor on heavy Somerset Velvet paper

Courtesy of Metro Pictures

Christina Fernandez

Lavenderia #2, 2002-2003

Achival Pigment Print Mounted to Dibond

30 x 40 inches

33 x 43 inches (framed)

Edition AP 1 / 6 + 2AP

Courtesy of Gallery Luisotti

Frida Orupabo

Girl with Stone, Vase, and Head, 2020

Collage with Paper Pins

46½ x 31½

57 x 42⅜ (framed)

Courtesy of Stevenson

Julie Buffalohead

Mother Superior, 2010

Acrylic, Ink, and Pencil on Lokta Paper

19 x 31½ inches

Courtesy of Bockley Gallery

Nicole Havekost

Burrow, 2021

Wool felt, thread, paper, electrical conduit pipe, hooks and eye

30 x 80 x 90 inches

Laurel Nakadate

The Kingdom #25, 2018

Inkjet Print

11 x 8.5 inches

Edition 8 + 2AP

Courtesy of Leslie Tonkonow

Amy & Rudi Wong

Breastmilk Watercolours Series, 2019

Watercolour pencil crayon, watercolour crayon, marker, hi-lighter and breastmilk on paper

9 x 11 inches

Melanie Schiff

Waning, 2018

Pigmented Injket Print Mounted to Dibond, Natural Walnut Frame with Color Gel Face Mount

17⅜ x 23⅜ x 1½

Edition 3+2AP

Courtesy of Night Gallery

Tamar Ettun

Lilit’s Owl, 2020

Handmade oil sticks, felt and thread on paper

11 x 8.5 inches

Nan Goldin

Rebecca at the Russian Baths, NYC, 1985 (printed 2021)

Archival Pigment Print mounted on Dibond

30 x 45 inches

Edition of 25

Courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery

Sarah Irvin

Paratext No. 3, 2020

Pigment on Paper

11 x 7½ inches

Courtesy of the Artist

Sheilah Restack

Rabbit, 2020

Felt blanket, fiber walking prints, acetate, note on

FGT paper, chalk line, cement wedge, thread

32 x 52 x 6.5 inches

Allison Baker

Night Mother, 2021

Fire branding on carpet

85 x 143 inches

Camille Henrot

Wet Job I, 2019

46½ x 34 11⁄₁₆ inches

Watercolor on heavy Somerset Velvet paper

Courtesy of Metro Pictures

Christina Fernandez

Lavenderia #2, 2002-2003

Achival Pigment Print Mounted to Dibond

30 x 40 inches

33 x 43 inches (framed)

Edition AP 1 / 6 + 2AP

Courtesy of Gallery Luisotti

Frida Orupabo

Girl with Stone, Vase, and Head, 2020

Collage with Paper Pins

46½ x 31½

57 x 42⅜ (framed)

Courtesy of Stevenson

Julie Buffalohead

Mother Superior, 2010

Acrylic, Ink, and Pencil on Lokta Paper

19 x 31½ inches

Courtesy of Bockley Gallery

Nicole Havekost

Burrow, 2021

Wool felt, thread, paper, electrical conduit pipe, hooks and eye

30 x 80 x 90 inches

Laurel Nakadate

The Kingdom #25, 2018

Inkjet Print

11 x 8.5 inches

Edition 8 + 2AP

Courtesy of Leslie Tonkonow

Amy & Rudi Wong

Breastmilk Watercolours Series, 2019

Watercolour pencil crayon, watercolour crayon, marker, hi-lighter and breastmilk on paper

9 x 11 inches

Melanie Schiff

Waning, 2018

Pigmented Injket Print Mounted to Dibond, Natural Walnut Frame with Color Gel Face Mount

17⅜ x 23⅜ x 1½

Edition 3+2AP

Courtesy of Night Gallery

Tamar Ettun

Lilit’s Owl, 2020

Handmade oil sticks, felt and thread on paper

11 x 8.5 inches

Nan Goldin

Rebecca at the Russian Baths, NYC, 1985 (printed 2021)

Archival Pigment Print mounted on Dibond

30 x 45 inches

Edition of 25

Courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery

Sarah Irvin

Paratext No. 3, 2020

Pigment on Paper

11 x 7½ inches

Courtesy of the Artist

Sheilah Restack

Rabbit, 2020

Felt blanket, fiber walking prints, acetate, note on

FGT paper, chalk line, cement wedge, thread

32 x 52 x 6.5 inches

Allison Baker

Night Mother, 2021

Fire branding on carpet

85 x 143 inches

A glitter of seas explores maternity through painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and video by contemporary female artists. A program of films will run concurrently in the cinema. Gallery partner Rebecca Heidenberg curated the exhibition through the lens of her personal experience as a new mother during the pandemic, which followed multiple miscarriages and a late term abortion. A glitter of seas presents a wide spectrum of maternal experiences while foregrounding the urgent self-representations of BIPOC women and mothers. The exhibition features deeply intimate and personal work, unflinching explorations of the maternal body, conceptual projects, and work grounded in broader socio-political realities. A glitter of seas will culminate in a publication to be released in late summer.

Artist(s)

Rita Ackermann, Allison Baker, Julie Buffalohead, Tamar Ettun, Christina Fernandez, Krista Franklin, Nan Goldin, Nicole Havekost, Sarah Irvin, Laurel Nakadate, Frida Orupado, Sheilah ReStack, Melanie Schiff, Amy Wong

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Opening Reception

Pas De Deux

6/26, 7–9PM