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Sara Cwynar: Gilded Age - Installation Photos

Posted 06/21/19

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum will host the New York-based Canadian artist Sara Cwynar’s (b. 1985, Vancouver) first solo museum exhibition on the East Coast, Gilded Age. Cwynar’s practice spans photography, installation, book-making, and film, and surveys the transitory object-life of visual matter in our time of image infatuation. The exhibition will be on view at The Aldrich June 9 to November 10, 2019.

Photos by Jason Mandella

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Tucker Nichols: Almost Everything on the Table – Installation Images

Posted 07/20/18

Tucker Nichols’ Almost Everything on the Table presents an array of tabletop hybrid objects/models composed from mostly found items, in which the artist employs a wide range of materials to query both broad and topical questions about the cosmos. On view May 20, 2018, to January 13, 2019. Photos: Jason Mandella

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Handheld – Installation Images

Posted 07/20/18

Handheld is a group exhibition that explores the contemporary meaning of touch by charting artists’, designers’, and makers’ various responses to objects scaled to the hand. Organized by Elizabeth Essner. On view May 20, 2018 to January 13, 2019. Photos: Jason Mandella

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Richard McGuire: The Way There and Back – Installation Images

Posted 07/20/18

The Way There and Back is a sit-specific installation of all new objects by artist and illustrator Richard McGuire. Just over a hundred pieces, each presenting an abstracted sculptural evocation of a shoe, The Way There and Back highlights McGuire’s personal long-standing conversation with New York City’s culture and history. On view May 20, 2018 to January 13, 2019. Photos: Jason Mandella

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Analia Segal: contra la pared – Installation Images

Posted 07/20/18

contra la pared is Argentinean artist Analia Segal’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States. The presentation brings together a selection of sculpture, video, furniture, and textile works to create an environment that resonates with both the familiar and the disquieting. On view May 20 to September 23, 2018. Photos: Jason Mandella

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A Place at the Table

Posted 06/6/18

Thank you to all who joined us at A Place at the Table on June 1, 2018. It was a wonderful evening filled with amazing food and interesting conversation – we hope you enjoyed it, and we look forward to seeing you at the next event!

Photos by Renea Dayton

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Opening for The Domestic Plane and Analia Segal

Posted 05/29/18

Opening reception for The Domestic Plane: New Perspectives on Tabletop Art Objects, including Objects Like Us, Jessi Reaves: Kitchen Arrangement, On Edge, Almost Everything on the Table, and Handheld, plus Richard McGuire: The Way There and Back; Analia Segal: contra la pared. May 20, 2018. Photos: Michele Williams.

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Benefit Bash 2018

Posted 04/23/18

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New Limited Edition Jewelry by Beth Campbell

Posted 07/27/17

These pieces of conceptual jewelry mark Beth Campbell’s first time working in wearable art. Based on two of her mobiles, both currently on view at The Aldrich, My mother’s house (necklace), and You’ve really fucked up this time (earrings), they provide another form for her “drawings in space” focusing on the structure and lines from her Potential Future Drawings and Potential Past Drawings series. These are a diagrammatic exploration of the potential latent within everyday experience rendered in solid 14K gold. Both the earrings and necklace were produced in an edition of ten with one artist’s proof and a prototype.

For sales inquiries, please contact Lisa Ivorian-Jones at lisa@ivorianjones.com or 917.744.6787

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Photos from the 2017 Gala

Posted 05/11/17

Thank you to all who joined us at the Gala on May 6, 2017 for a special evening at The Aldrich. The spirit, warmth, and energy of the gathering made for a memorable and successful event. We hope you enjoyed meeting the artists, dining with friends and fellow supporters, and honoring the remarkable Jack Whitten.

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Beth Campbell: My Potential Future Past – Installation Images

Posted 04/4/17

Explore Beth Campbell’s first museum survey, My Potential Future Past, on view at The Aldrich March 5 to September 4, 2017. Photos: Tom Powel Imaging.