Past Exhibitions
SUSAN ANTHONY

"RURAL AMERICA" RX&SLAG - Paris

December 02, 2023 to January 13, 2024
RX&SLAG - Paris is pleased to announce Susan Anthony's solo show "Rural America," on display at RX&SLAG - Paris from December 2nd to January 13th.
DUMITRU GORZO

"FORMS" RX&SLAG - Paris

December 02, 2023 to January 13, 2024
“They are friendly and protective, and they are utterly strange – at once majestic and ominous. In this sense, they’re like hulking amulets carrying a kind of superstitiously derived, talismanic portentousness.” - Paul D’Agostino
OSARETIN UGIAGBE

"A VIEW FROM AMMAN" SLAG&RX - New York. EXTENDED

October 26, 2023 to January 13, 2024
SLAG&RX is pleased to announce "A View from Amman," the first solo exhibition of artist Osaretin Ugiagbe at SLAG&RX Gallery.
TIRTZAH BASSEL

"LITTLE DEATHS" RX&SLAG - Paris

October 14, 2023 to November 17, 2023
RX&SLAG is delighted to present Little Deaths a solo exhibition featuring recent works by Tirtzah Bassel. This is Bassel's first solo show at RX&SLAG, Paris.
VINCENT GICQUEL

"AUTOPSY" SLAG & RX - New York

September 08, 2023 to October 14, 2023
SLAG & RX is delighted to announce "Autopsy" featuring a new body of work by French artist Vincent Gicquel. This highly anticipated show will mark Gicquel's first solo exhibition with the gallery in New York, and his debut solo exhibition in the United States.
TAMARA KOSTIANOVSKY

"TROPICAL ABATTOIR" RX & SLAG - Paris

September 02, 2023 to October 07, 2023
RX & SLAG is delighted to present Tropical Abattoir, a solo exhibition featuring a new body of work by Tamara Kostianovsky. This is Kostianovsky's second solo show at RX & SLAG, Paris.
Chellis Baird and Megan Dyer

COMING CLOSE

June 15, 2023 to August 19, 2023
SLAG & RX is pleased to announce "Coming Close," a two-artist exhibition curated by Seph Rodney. The exhibition will showcase works by Chellis Baird and Megan Dyer.
Axel Geis

Serendipity

May 04, 2023 to June 10, 2023
Slag & RX is pleased to announce Serendipity the first solo exhibition of work by the painter Axel Geis at the gallery. The show features a selection from Geis' most recent paintings.
David Henderson

Disturbances

May 04, 2023 to June 10, 2023
Slag & RX is pleased to announce Disturbances, the first solo exhibition of work by the sculptor David Henderson at the gallery. The show features a selection of significant works dating from 2019 to present.
Vincent Gicquel, Fabrice Hyber, Alain Kirili

Selected Works

March 18, 2023 to April 29, 2023
Slag & RX are pleased to present a group show bringing together three French artists from three different generations. "Selected Works" gathers works by Alain Kirili (1946-2021), Fabrice Hyber (b. 1961) and Vincent Gicquel (b. 1974).
Marius Ritiu

Go With The Flood _ at the Le Marais location, Paris

March 04, 2023 to April 15, 2023
SLAG & RX are pleased to present a solo show with recent works by Marius Ritiu.
Stella Waitzkin

Stella Waitzkin: These Books Are Paintings

February 02, 2023 to March 11, 2023
Slag Gallery proudly announces Stella Waitzkin: These Books Are Paintings, the first solo exhibition of work by the sculptor Stella Waitzkin (1920-2003) at the gallery. The show features a selection of significant works dating from the late 1970s to the early 1990s. In these works, we see a range of compositional approaches the artist applied to her idiosyncratic use of the cast book form: single sculptural objects, assemblages, and rows of cast resin books set upon shelves. Waitzkin’s powerful artworks explore themes of transformation, memory, gender roles, and the disruption of expectations. Exhibition curated by Craig Hensala. Exhibition text by Eleanor Heartney (click on the image for full exhibition text).
Ariane Lopez-Huici

Exuberant Bodies

February 01, 2023 to March 11, 2023
Slag Gallery proudly announces Exuberant Bodies, the first solo exhibition of work by Ariane Lopez-Huici at the gallery. The show will feature a selection of compelling photographic work dating from the mid 1990s to the late 2010s. Her work concentrates on the human body, disrupting the conventional canon of beauty. Accentuating the shadowy areas of human experience, Lopez-Huici uses black and white photography with pronounced grain and deep blacks. Exhibition text by Barry Schwabsky