Doron Langberg at Carl Freedman Gallery

Paintings by Doron Langberg will be on view in Breakfast Under the Tree, a group show curated by actor Russell Tovey at Carl Freedman Gallery in Margate, UK in Spring 2021. The exhibition gathers works depicting contemporary social scenes, group portraits and shared spaces from across media by an international group of artists, together illustrating how we live today. For more information, please visit the gallery’s website.

Hassan Hajjaj in Blind Magazine

Blind Magazine’s Sara Rosen reviews Hassan Hajjaj’s concurrent shows, “My Rockstars” at Yossi Milo Gallery and “VOGUE, the Arab Issue” at Fotografiska New York. Rosen also interviews Hajjaj about his career, from his early encounters with photography in the 1960s in northern Morocco, to his first streetwear store in 1980s London. To read the full article, please see the Blind Magazine website.

Doron Langberg in T Magazine

Doron Langberg was interviewed by T Magazine alongside fellow artist Salmon Toor. In “How Salman Toor and Doron Langberg Inspire Each Other,” Coco Romack interviews both artists about their insights into each other’s respective practices, and their shared interest in queer portraiture. To read the full feature, please see the T Magazine website.

Angela Dufresne in SOUND & VISION Podcast

Angela Dufresne was the weekly featured guest at the SOUND & VISION Podcast on April 8, 2021, with host and artist Brian Alfred. The two painters come together in an open discussion about Dufresne’s creative process, growing up in Kansas, thoughts on MFAs, and more. To listen to the full conversation, please see the podcast website.

Hassan Hajjaj in Collector Daily

Collector Daily’s Loring Knoblauch reviewed My Rockstars, observing that “Hajjaj is expanding the edges of how a 21st century photographic portrait can succeed, looking for unexpected ways to bring together layers of complex individuality that don’t normally fall neatly into line.” To read the full article, please visit the Collector Daily website.

Sarah Anne Johnson at Capture Photography Festival

Sarah Anne Johnson’s Explosions is featured in the Capture Photography Festival in Vancouver, Canada, from March 22 – May 15, 2021. Explosion is part of Johnson’s Arctic Wonderland series, which she developed in 2009 while participating in the Arctic Circle residency. The painted photographic work, presented at the festival as a pubic installation billboard, explores Johnson’s subjective experience of climate change in the Arctic landscape. For more information, please visit the festival website.

Angela Dufresne in Artforum

Artforum reviews Long and Short Shots, with writer Colin Edgington describing Dufresne's "flamboyant canvases" as "a vision of a soft but salacious utopia full of unabashed living and endless love." To read the full article, please visit the magazine's website.

Angela Dufresne in Hyperallergic

In Hyperallergic, John Yau reviews Dufresne's current exhibition at the gallery, writing: “I cannot think of another narrative painter as expansive, surprising, funny, unsettling, tender, wacky, challenging, theatrical, and radically imaginative as Angela Dufresne”. To read the full article, please visit the publication's website.

Angela Dufresne in The New York Times

The New York Times reviews Angela Dufresne’s solo exhibition, Long and Short Shots, with critic Jillian Steinhauer observing how the artist's “series of big, stunning paintings” are “the imaginings of a liberated hand and mind.” To read the full article, please visit the newspaper’s website.

Angela Dufresne, Virtual Discussion Panel

A virtual panel discussion about Angela Dufresne’s exhibition, Long and Short Shots, was hosted via Zoom on February 18. The conversation was moderated by Melissa Ragona, and included Charles Bernstein, Nayland Blake and Dufresne. To watch a recording, please visit the YouTube page.

Artist Book Featuring Matthew Brandt, Chris McCaw and Meghann Riepenhoff

As part of their Triptych series, Yoffy Press launched new books by Matthew Brandt, Chris McCaw and Meghann Riepenhoff, collectively titled Element. The publication centers on each artist's investigation of the relationship between image and environment, incorporating such elements as sunlight and lake water into their photo-based, process-driven works. The book, which includes an essay by Jon Mooallem, was released in March 2021. For more information, please visit the Yoffy Press website.

Angela Dufresne in Two Coats of Paint

In his review of Angela Dufresne's solo exhibition Long and Short Shots for Two Coats of Paint, Andrew Woolbright writes that Dufresne’s “dazzling and spectral” paintings “pose new paths forward from John Currin and Lisa Yuskavage’s discourse on figural strategies.” To read the full article, please visit the publication’s website.

Daniel Gordon at Katonah Museum of Art

Work by Daniel Gordon is included in Still/Live at the Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah, NY from March 16 – June 27, 2021. The group exhibition explores how the traditional Still Life genre is being reinvented by contemporary artists employing new technologies across photography, video and new media. For more information, please visit the museum’s website.