Mathias Kessler (AP '13) is participating in the group show "Visions of Nature" opening tomorrow at Kunst Haus Vienna.
Nice shout out from Gothamist to our alumnus Ben Quesnel (AP '17) for his installation at the 4heads fair on Governors Island!
Angela Conant (AP '13) is showing work in "How to Draw the Human Figure" opening tomorrow at Agency in DUMBO.
Ben Quesnel (AP '17) will participate in the 10th annual Governors Island Art Fair- New York's largest independent exhibition- Opens Saturday, September 2nd, featuring 100 artists in 100 individual spaces- located in and outside of the grand, historic homes of Colonels Row. The exhibition will be open every Saturday and Sunday from September 2- October 1st, 11am- 6pm.
"The artist’s most recent exhibition in New York returns to the question that has always haunted her work – Where are the women in mythology?"
This week, the MFA Art Practice class of 2017 presents their thesis projects in spaces throughout New York.
Pop-up show this Saturday July 1 featuring several members of the AP community: Nat Castañeda (AP '14), Sarah Grass (AP '16), Alexandra Hammond (AP '15), Alfonso Ponce de León (AP '18) and Robin Winters (AP Faculty).
Kate Harding (AP '14) presents "Uphill Downhill Conversation, (Sister)," a solo show opening at 3A Gallery this Sunday, June 11.
Christine Stiver (AP '17) presents Tender Picking at the CHM Sculpture Park in Baltimore this Saturday, June 3.
Dawn DeDeaux (AP Mentor) and Lonnie Holley present "Thumbs up for the Mothership," opening May 28 at MassMOCA.
Conversations: Art + Ideas
Ivava Olenick joins the MFA AP Faculty this summer to lead the Fibers Workshop.
AP faculty member Tim Rollins responds to the AP Questionnaire.
Thyrza Nichols Goodeve writes about fellow Art Practice faculty Robin Winters’ current exhibition at Present Company, in Brooklyn, New York.
Alexis Rockman in conversation with Bryan Anthony Moore
In her contribution to the catalog for the upcoming exhibition “Highways and Rest Stops: Passages in Current Practice,” co-curator Jacquelyn Strycker discusses the ontology and imagination of the American highway.