Matthew Brandt in Collector Daily

Matthew Brandt's solo exhibition Carbon, Birch, Silver, Rooms was reviewed in Collector Daily by Loring Knoblauch, who praises Brandt's unique approach to photography, stating that “he has continually pushed the medium beyond its normal boundaries, making photographs that incorporate the physical attributes and context of his subject matter into the very fabric of the art objects he creates.” To read the full article, please visit the Collector Daily website.

Shikeith in i-D

Shikeith was featured in conversation with Cherise Smith in i-D's The Darker Issue. At the crux of the interview, Smith and Shikeith discuss how the artist's practice has developed and transformed over the course of the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Shikeith states, "I had to really reorganise how I thought. The spaces became a lot more meditative and allowed audiences to go within themselves more, which in the end, thanks to the pandemic, I think was super beneficial." Shikeith's work continually explores themes of space, history, the body, and touch--ranging in form from sculpture, film, photography, and performance. To read more, please visit the i-D website.

Shikeith in Artsy

Multidisciplinary artist Shikeith was featured in Artsy as part of The Artsy Vanguard 2021—the fourth installation of a series recognizing the most promising artists working today. Nicole Martinez elaborates on Shikeith’s multidisciplinary approach, observing that “Shikeith occupies multiple aesthetic realms at once. Working across film, photography, sculpture, and installation, the visual artist presents work that is edgy, yet sensitive to unspoken truths about identity, transformation, trauma and healing. Shikeith explores complex feelings in a relatable way, building off his experience as a queer Black man.” To read more, please visit the Artsy website.

Pieter Hugo in i-D

In an article for i-D, Ryan White wrote about photographer Pieter Hugo’s ongoing project, Solus Vol.I: a collection of portraits from full-body to headshots. The article explored Hugo's new photographic series and the thematic continuities found throughout his work, from heritage to the steady Pieter Hugo gaze; what White describes as "a piercing look that bores deep inside of you...". To read more, please visit the i-D website.

Kyle Meyer at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Kyle Meyer’s Unidentified 48 was on view in Connecting Currents at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, throughout 2021. Featured in the museum’s new Nancy and Rich Kinder Building, this inaugural show gathered contemporary works from the museum’s permanent collection, including painting, sculpture, craft and design, video and immersive installations. For more information, please visit the museum’s website.

Shikeith at Dhondt – Dhaenens

Works by multidisciplinary artist Shikeith are on view in A Beautiful America at the Museum Dhondt – Dhaenens, Belgium, from November 7, 2021 through January 23, 2022, in one of four exhibitions highlighting the collection of Vermeire-Notebaert. Along with work by a variety of African-American artists, the exhibition features some of Shikeith’s dreamlike portraits that blur the line between sacred and secular encounters with ecstasy. For more information, please visit the Dhondt – Dhaenens website.

Angela Dufresne at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art

Work by Angela Dufresne was featured in the group exhibition Omniscient at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art in New York, NY from June 18, 2021 - January 2, 2022. The show examined intersections between queer identity and contemporary digital image culture through three major themes: popular culture as queer iconography, images in the public sphere and mass media, and representation beyond the body. For more information, please visit the Leslie-Lohman website.

Sarah Anne Johnson at Yale University Art Gallery

Works by Sarah Anne Johnson were on view in On the Basis of Art: 150 Years of Women at Yale at the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven, CT from September 10, 2021 - January 9, 2022. Honoring the 50th anniversary of coeducation at Yale and the 150th anniversary of the first enrollment of women students in the university’s fine arts program, On the Basis of Art was comprised of artworks by women from the Art Gallery’s collection. Other featured artists included Jennifer Bartlett, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Eva Hesse and Maya Lin. For more information, please visit the Yale University website.

Nevet Yitzhak at Wilfrid Israel Museum

A solo exhibition featuring Nevet Yitzhak, Re-collection, is now on view through January 2022 at the Wilfrid Israel Museum for Asian Art and Studies, Kibbutz HaZorea, Israel. In light of the museum's 70th anniversary, Yitzhak draws on the kibbutz archives to reassemble the museum's original collection of Asian art, playing with conventional museum categories and notions of provenance, fact, and fiction. For more information, please visit the museum website.

Daniel Gordon at Rose Kennedy Greenway

Daniel Gordon is featured in a public art installation, Daniel Gordon on The Greenway, at the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston, MA, on view through May 2022. Past featured artists in the Rose Kennedy’s Public Art Program include Yinka Shonibare, Juan Travieso, and Andy Li. For more information, please see the Rose Kennedy website.

Angela Dufresne and Doron Langberg at RISD Museum

Works by Angela Dufresne and Doron Langberg are included in Any distance between us at the RISD Museum in Providence, RI, from July 17, 2021 – March 13, 2022. The show expands upon co-curator Stephen Truax’s 2018 exhibition at Yossi Milo Gallery, Intimacy. Other artists in the exhibition include Louis Fratino, Deana Lawson, Catherine Opie, and Salman Toor. For more information, please see the museum website.

Yossi Milo Gallery at Paris Photo 2021

Yossi Milo Gallery participated in Paris Photo 2021, which took place at the Grand Palais Éphémère from November 11 - 14, 2021, with a presentation of work by Matthew Brandt, Hassan Hajjaj, Sarah Anne Johnson, Ken Light, Kyle Meyer, Meghann Riepenhoff, Alison Rossiter, and Shikeith. For more information, please visit the Paris Photo website.

Yossi Milo Gallery at The Art Show 2021

Yossi Milo Gallery presented works by Sarah Anne Johnson and John Gill in the ADAA's The Art Show 2021 at Park Avenue Armory from November 3-7, 2021. Though disparate in painterly approaches, both artists enhance the basic forms of their disciplines through color. Gill’s ceramics emphasize tension between the stability of the vessel and the variation of geometric pattern and color. Johnson hand-applies paint, ink, glitter, and stickers to photographs of forest scenes, creating a visual representation of what is both seen and unseen in nature. Together, these artists bring refreshed perspectives on the effects of color across different media. For more information, please visit the ADAA website.