Mars , 1973. Acrylic on canvas, 96” x 288”. Collection Nancy Graves Foundation

Mars, 1973. Acrylic on canvas, 96” x 288”. Collection Nancy Graves Foundation

EXHIBITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Nancy Graves; Mapping

Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery

534 West 26th Street, New York, NY

February 21 – April 6, 2019

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 21 from 6 to 8 PM

www.miandn.com


Artist Dyani White Hawk Photo: David Ellis

Artist Dyani White Hawk Photo: David Ellis

Artist Sharon Lockhart. Photo: Artist

Artist Sharon Lockhart. Photo: Artist

Nancy Graves Foundation Awards Grants for 2018

The Nancy Graves Foundation awards the annual Nancy Graves Grant for Visual Artists to Dyani White Hawk, Sharon Lockhart, Carmen Argote and Joiri Minaya. Established by the artist, the Nancy Graves Grant for Visual Artists supports artists wishing to work in a technique, medium or discipline that is different from the one for which they are primarily recognized. Nominators from different parts of the country proposed several artists, who were invited to apply. A panel of independent jurors reviewed the applications and selected the grantees. 

Artist Carmen Argote. Photo Craig Kirk

Artist Carmen Argote. Photo Craig Kirk

Artist Joiri Minaya. Photo: Maxim Ryazansky

Artist Joiri Minaya. Photo: Maxim Ryazansky

Dyani White Hawk, based in Minneapolis, is known for her paintings combining modernist abstraction with Lakota art forms. She wishes to create a gallery installation of video works. Sharon Lockhart, based in Los Angeles, is known for her filmic and photographic work. She plans a collaborative project to produce a large embroidered textile work.Carmen Argote, based in Los Angeles, is known for her installations assembled from domestic, industrial and natural materials. She seeks to create a series of large paintings. Joiri Minaya, based in the Bronx, NY, is known for her videos and performances exploring tropical identities. She plans on researching the botanical materiality of pigments extracted from tropical colonies. Each artist received an award of $12,500.00. 


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Exhibition Announcement

 

Do We Dream Under the Same Sky; Prints by Cecily Brown, Nancy Graves, Jennifer Nuss, Kiki Smith

November 10 – December 1, 2017

LeRoy Neiman Gallery

Columbia University School of the Arts

310 Dodge Hall

Broadway at 116th Street

New York, NY

https://arts.columbia.edu/events/do-we-dream-under-same-sky

 


Rustle in Ripe Corn , 1992. Cast bronze, patina, resin, 34” x 18” x 34”

Rustle in Ripe Corn, 1992. Cast bronze, patina, resin, 34” x 18” x 34”

Exhibition Announcement

 

Found, Made, Cast; Sculptures by Nancy Graves, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein

November 7, 2017 – February 10, 2018

Castelli Gallery

18 East 77th Street

New York, NY

 


Artist Mildred Howard. Photo: Don Farnsworth

Artist Mildred Howard. Photo: Don Farnsworth

Artist Alex Chitty. Photo: Ashleigh Dye

Artist Alex Chitty. Photo: Ashleigh Dye

Nancy Graves Foundation Awards Grants for 2017

The Nancy Graves foundation awards the annual Nancy Graves Grant for Visual Artists to Mildred Howard and Alex Chitty. Established by the artist, the Nancy Graves Grant for Visual Artists supports artists wishing to work in a technique, medium or discipline that is different from the one for which they are primarily recognized. Mildred Howard, based in Emeryville, CA, is known for her prints and collages that incorporate a wide range of materials and techniques. She seeks to explore filmmaking. Alex Chitty, based in Chicago, IL, is known for her sculptures assembled from fabricated materials and found objects. She seeks to explore printmaking.  Each artist received an award of $12,500.00. 


Klin , 1983. Oil on canvas. 96 x 96". Collection of the Nancy Graves Foundation

Klin, 1983. Oil on canvas. 96 x 96". Collection of the Nancy Graves Foundation

EXHIBITION ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Nancy Graves; After Image

October 13 through November 11, 2017

David Richard Gallery

1570 Pacheco Street, A1

Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505

(505) 983-9555

info@DavidRichardGallery.com

http://bit.ly/2yh6IdB


Right: Myeongsoo Kim. Photo Yorgos Prinos. Left: Sam Contis. Photo courtesy the artist.

Right: Myeongsoo Kim. Photo Yorgos Prinos. Left: Sam Contis. Photo courtesy the artist.

NANCY GRAVES FOUNDATION AWARDS GRANTS FOR 2016

 

The Nancy Graves foundation awards the annual Nancy Graves Grant for Visual Artists to Sam Contis and Myeongsoo Kim. Established by the artist, the Nancy Graves Grant for Visual Artists supports artists wishing to work in a technique, medium or discipline that is different from the one for which they are primarily recognized. Sam Contis, based in Oakland, CA, is known for her photographic practice and works in a range of traditional and alternative printing processes. She seeks to explore HD video. Myeongsoo Kim, based in Brooklyn, NY, is known for building installations that include a wide range of materials. He seeks to explore working with a CNC router. Each artist received an award of $5,000.00. 

http://bit.ly/2vH0LUg

https://www.artforum.com/news/id=68760

 


From left to right,  Nike , 1983,  On the Changing Skin of the Moment , 1991, and  Converse , 1982, on view at The Nancy Graves Foundation, Long Island City.

From left to right, Nike, 1983, On the Changing Skin of the Moment, 1991, and Converse, 1982, on view at The Nancy Graves Foundation, Long Island City.

Nancy Graves Foundation RELOCATES to Long Island City

 

The Nancy Graves Foundation recently moved to a new 2,500 square foot space in Long Island City. Conveniently located near the 7 train, the new custom built facility includes an exhibition gallery to display and study the collection. The facility also houses the Foundation’s new research center, library and archive of original papers, photographs, recordings, publications as well as research materials documenting Nancy Graves' life and work, including the artist's own research archive. The research center is available to scholars by appointment. The Nancy Graves Foundation is not open to the public.