October 05, 2019 to October 30, 2019
Slag Gallery is pleased to present "The Edge" showcasing recent paintings by the Polish artist Anna Szprynger. This will be Szprynger's first exhibition with the gallery and the artist's first solo show in the United States.
August 01, 2019 to October 01, 2019
July 27, 2019 to September 01, 2019
Slag Gallery is pleased to present Adam Brent's Preserver, a solo show which consists of new work from the past year as well as a series of collaborations with the artist Jamison Carter.
Nina Bellucci, Todd Bienvenu, Matt Bollinger, Dawn Clements, Josephine Halvorson, EJ Hauser, Sharon Horvath, Sharon Madanes, Sangram Majumdar, Leeza Meksin, Walter Price.
The Practice of Everyday Life
May 24, 2019 to June 23, 2019
Slag Gallery is pleased to present The Practice of Everyday Life, a group exhibition which brings together eleven painters whose work is rooted in close observation of their daily surroundings.
We Are Invisible Here
April 18, 2019 to May 19, 2019
Slag Gallery is pleased to present We Are Invisible Here, an exhibition of paintings, photographs, and videos from a new body of work by Afghan-American artist Amanullah Mojadidi. This is his first solo show with Slag Gallery.
Between Objects & Actions
March 15, 2019 to April 14, 2019
William Buchina is an artist driven by a curiosity in ritualized human behavior. His new paintings in Between Object & Action further his deconstructions of social norms and conventions, but mark a new body of work that, while continuing to feature his surrealism-infused social realism, incorporates a collage-like technique that gives the work new layers of multi-dimensionality, painterly and conceptual.
Close One Eye
February 08, 2019 to March 10, 2019
Slag Gallery is pleased to present Close One Eye, a new body of work by Tirtzah Bassel. This exhibition is the artist's second solo exhibition at Slag Gallery. Tirtzah Bassel's paintings are glimpses of life in public that concentrate the politics of space. In the works featured in Close One Eye, the artist renders ideology and power through color and composition with candid, humanistic depictions of everyday actions in shared spaces. Conceived through observation, they reveal their energy through disparate color juxtapositions combined with perspective shifts and figuration that redefine the viewer's connection with the works' subjects.