Mark Dagley: Radical Structures on Hyperallergic

Posted 1 January, 2018

Mark Dagley: Radical Structures reviewed by Stephen Maine for Hyperallergic. "The show is both focused and freewheeling, underscoring the recursive nature of Dagley’s pursuit; the artist revisits material, compositional, and conceptual ideas over the long haul, turning them over in his mind to see if there’s so... Continue reading

Stefan Hirsig at Haverkampf Galerie

Posted 1 July, 2017

Stefan Hirsig to feature new work in a solo exhibition at Haverkampf Galerie, Berlin. Titled "Schnee Von Heute" (Today's Snow), Haverkampf writes, "Today, when the course of the world imposes a dull resignation upon the artist, when rationality no longer wants to master its feelings, ... Continue reading

Jesse Chun Public Commission at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Posted 25 April, 2017

For a site-specific commission by Brooklyn Bridge Park, Jesse Chun's "Twenty Five Hours" presents a diverse body of work including new prints, paintings, and a wall decal that transforms data about the Brooklyn waterfront and the East River’s tides into visual poetry. Join artist Jesse Ch... Continue reading

Jesse Chun, Group Show at Lehman College Art Gallery

Posted 23 March, 2017

Jesse Chun will be exhibiting works from On Paper including three Landscapes and a grid of Blueprints in "Alien Nations". The group show at Lehman College Art Gallery features contemporary work exploring concepts of home, immigration, travel, and alienation from society -ideas especially pertinent at this ... Continue reading

Jane South’s “Deep Cuts” at Currier Museum of Arts

Posted 25 February, 2017

Jane South included in "Deep Cuts", a group exhibition at the Currier Museum of Arts in Manchester, NH, showcasing contemporary artists that continue to explore, and redefine, the art of paper cutting. Other artists featured include: Elizabeth Alexander, Noriko Ambe, Hina Aoyama, Doug Beube, Ambreen Butt, ... Continue reading

Martin Wohrl new work in “Short Time”, Cham, Germany

Posted 21 January, 2017

Martin Wöhrl is exhibiting new sculptures and wall pieces in "Kurze Zeit Lang" at Galerie Cordonhaus Cham, a space for public projects in Cham, Germany. "In the exhibition "Kurzzeit Lang", the focus is on Martin Wöhrl's refined subversive language. His sculptures an... Continue reading

Jeff Gabel at Anomaly, Ottumwa, IA

Posted 28 September, 2016

After his extensive in-situ drawing installation at SBG, Jeff Gabel will be exhibiting his second mural work at Anomaly Gallery in Ottuna, alongside fellow Brooklyn based artist, Seren Morey. Jeff's wall covering work, comprised of stream of consciousness images, stories, and quotes, are informed by his interests in ... Continue reading

Jesse Chun: On Paper featured on Artforum Critic's Pick

Posted 16 September, 2016

SBG is pleased to announce our SUMMER/16 exhibition's feature in ARTFORUM Critic's Picks. JESSE CHUN: ON PAPER will be extended through Saturday, October 8th. Artforum Critic's Pick "Mother. Father. ALL sons and daughters, regardless of age or place.” This expression of humankind’s interconnectedness is especially powerful, cons... Continue reading

Martin Wohrl, Museum Fur Konkrete Kunst

Posted 11 September, 2016

Munich based, SBG artist, Martn Wöhrl will be presenting a recently completed wall installation commission on the ground floor of the Museum of Concrete Art in Ingolstadt. The piece, in commemoration of the now 500 year old Bayerisches Reinheitsgebot Beer, features stylized beer glasses cut from old doors. 12 H... Continue reading

Martin Wohrl on TV, Südlicht, Germany

Posted 11 September, 2016

Martin Wöhrl featured on German network television, Südlicht, for his exhibition at the Museum fur Konkrete Kunst celebrating the 500th year anniversary of the Reinheitsgebot Beer Laws of Germany that regulated the ingredients and launched the German and craft beer traditions we enjoy today. Click here to... Continue reading

Fred Eerdekens Features “Thoughtless” at First Yinchuan Biennial

Posted 1 September, 2016

Yinchuan, China will be hosting its first Biennale in the Yinchuan Museum of Contemporary Art. Titled For an Image, Faster Than Light, the biennale will witness more than 80 international artists representing all facets of the global spectrum and from all parts (east–west, north–south) of the world work... Continue reading

Review of Jesse Chun: On Paper, VICE's The Creators Project

Posted 29 August, 2016

Great review of our SUMMER/16 show, Jesse Chun: On Paper by VICE's The Creators Project. "From the bland terror of a tax form to the labyrinthian intricacies of customs papers, bureaucratic paperwork can elicit instinctive reactions. Brooklyn artist Jesse Chun’s new show On Paper, which hangs in... Continue reading

Skip Arnold at Salzburger Kunstverein

Posted 23 July, 2016

Skip Arnold to participating in The People's Cinema at Salzburger Kunstverein. "Involving the creative input of over sixty participants, The People’s Cinema includes an exhibition by contemporary artists; three cinema pavilions, a lecture series, and side projects." Participating artists include: Gabriel Abrantes (US/PT), John Ak... Continue reading

Fred Eerdekens Arts & Metaux 2016

Posted 28 June, 2016

For the second edition of the Arts & Metaux exposition at the parks and gardens of the Jehay castle in Liège, Belgium, Fred Eerdekens is to show Lucide. The new outdoor large-scale work employs circular mirrors attached to poles of varying heights to reflect light and spell o... Continue reading

SUMMER/16: Jesse Chun, On Paper

Posted 16 June, 2016

SBG is excited to announce our SUMMER/16 solo exhibition titled On Paper featuring three bodies of works by Jesse Chun. Chun (born 1984, South Korea) is a Brooklyn-based conceptual artist from Seoul, Hong Kong, New York, and Toronto. She reinterprets the visual rhetoric of bureaucratic paperwork involved in the ... Continue reading

Ariel Orozco at Galerie Perrotin, Paris

Posted 10 June, 2016

SBG is pleased to announce Ariel Orozco's inclusion in ¿Cómo te voy a olvidar? (How Could I Forget You), a group show at Galerie Perrotin featuring sixteen contemporary artists who are from, or exhibit a strong connection to, Mexico and its culture. "Some artists are established an... Continue reading