Past Exhibitions
Alain Kirili


May 20, 2022 to June 25, 2022
SLAG & RX GALLERIES are honored to pay tribute to Alain Kirili (1946-2021) and present a solo exhibition featuring three groups of sculptures spanning over three decades. Special thanks to Ariane Lopez-Huici, his spouse, for her assistance and trust.
Paul Wesenberg


April 14, 2022 to May 14, 2022
Slag Gallery is pleased to present "Wanderlust," featuring new works by Paul Wesenberg. Wesenberg is a German painter with a particular interest in the materiality of paint and canvas. His themes revolve around the essence of painting, the specifics of color and texture, landscape and natural phenomena, and wounds and miracles.
Fabrice Hyber, Tamara Kostianovsky, Hermann Nitsch, Naomi Safran-Hon, Paul Wesenberg


March 10, 2022 to April 02, 2022
Slag & RX are pleased to present "NATURE" a group show featuring works by Fabrice Hyber, Tamara Kostianovsky, Hermann Nitsch, Naomi Safran-Hon and Paul Wesenberg
Naomi Safran-Hon

Tight Connections

January 27, 2022 to March 05, 2022
Slag Gallery is pleased to present Tight Connections, a solo presentation of recent works by Naomi Safran-Hon.  This will be the artist's fifth solo exhibition at the gallery. In this new body of work, the Tight Connections may not be obvious. The artist embeds photographs into paintings with cement, fabric, lace, and acrylic. The oeuvre explores the space between photography and painting. The invisible seam lines between the works' disparate materials bring into focus how easy it is to overlook how we are all connected. An aspect, the artist suggests, which the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light.
Alida Wilkinson

A Self Apart

January 27, 2022 to March 05, 2022
Slag Gallery is pleased to present A Self Apart, a series of paintings by Alida Wilkinson. This will be Wilkinson's first solo show with Slag Gallery, NY. In A Self Apart, Alida Wilkinson presents three series of life size works which imagine the many selves a person inhabits, releases, and protects. These series trace the evolution of Wilkinson’s figurative work, from monochrome and unanchored installations, to layered and desaturated wall-based works, to vivid single layer portraits.