RGB: John Gill, Daniel Gordon, Emily Mullin, Ettore Sottsass

Through Friday, August 12

 RGB: John Gill, Daniel Gordon, Emily Mullin, Ettore Sottsass
 RGB: John Gill, Daniel Gordon, Emily Mullin, Ettore Sottsass

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News

  • Yossi Milo Gallery Announces Representation of Jeremy Jaspers

    Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce the representation of German painter Jeremy Jaspers. The artist's intimate portraits of anonymous subjects offer covert glimpses into the private longings of contemporary queer men. In his work, Jaspers reexamines the repressive attitudes towards sexuality from eras past, tracing their development and persistence into the 21st century. The artist's painterly, figurative tableaux simultaneously exude queer erotic potential and the anxiety of alienation in the digital age. Jaspers' first solo show in New York City will open at the gallery this October.

  • Shikeith in The New York Times

    Shikeith’s solo exhibition grace comes violently is reviewed for The New York Times by Will Heinrich. He writes, “It’s the evocative but never overly revealing way Shikeith portions out all this information, his combination of intimacy and inaccessibility, that makes the overall show so memorable. His practice may not yet be fully rooted — I don’t know whether “grace comes violently” is a photo show with sculptures, a sculpture show with photos or a single installation — but I’m excited to see where it goes.” Read the full article here.

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