Recommended Viewing

Recommended Viewing, is a feature on newartdealers.org in which a NADA Member lists their favorite Member exhibitions currently on view.

In the fourth edition, Alex Ahn of AA|LA shares exhibitions from Company, DOCUMENT, Entrée, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Night Gallery, and Jessica Silverman Gallery.

AA|LA is a contemporary art gallery located on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. The gallery works with emerging artists and curators to showcase conceptually innovative art through exhibitions, performance, and collaborations. The gallery was founded in the fall of 2015 by Alex Ahn and joined NADA as a Gallery Member in 2018. Their current exhibition, Rindon Johnson, “Well Covered,” presents new work by the multidisciplinary artist and writer, on view through April 21.

Company, New York
Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Quiet Storm
Through May 6th

Image: Installation view of Jonathan Lyndon Chase at Company Gallery

Document, Chicago
Paul Mpagi Sepuya
April 14 – May 26

Image: Paul Mpagi Sepuya, “Mirror Study for Joe (_2010980),” 2017, Archival Pigment Print, 46h x 34w in, Edition 1/5

Entrée, Bergen
Ian Giles, After BUTT
Through April 8th

Image: Ian Giles, After BUTT (2018). Film still.

Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Blue State
Through April 14th

Image: Installation view featuring work by Paul Kremer and Divya Mehra

Jessica Silverman Gallery
Matthew Angelo Harrison, Prototype of Dark Silhouettes
Through April 21st

Image: Matthew Angelo Harrison, “Dark Silhouette: Seated,” 2018, wooden sculpture from West Africa, polyurethane resin, anodized aluminum, acrylic, 9 5/8 x 20 3/8 x 3 1/8 inches

NADA UKS
Norwegian
Residency
Recipient

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Rhea Dall (UKS), Kyle Jacques (SIGNAL), Marit Gjelten (Norwegian Consulate General), Heather Hubbs (NADA), Ingrid Moe (Norwegian Consulate General) at NADA New York 2018

Congratulations to Kyle Jacques of SIGNAL for receiving the 2018 NADA UKS Norwegian Residency.

This annual program is open to NADA Gallery Members and is organized in collaboration with Young Artists’ Society, Oslo (UKS) and with generous support from the Norwegian Consulate General in New York. The residency, will take place during May 2018, offering an opportunity to explore the cultural scene, visit UKS Member Artist’s studios, and tour the museums and institutions of Norway.