Skip the Beach for These Hamptons Summer Art Shows
June 13, 2022
Opening in August and remaining up through the close of summer 2022, Skarstedt’s East Hampton gallery will host a solo exhibition of work by German sculptor Stefan Rinck. This will be the first New York solo show for Rinck, who works primarily in stone and whose zoomorphic sculptures feel both humorous and archaeological, as if worthy of altar-like worship at times and
a good laugh at others.
L.A.’s Nino Mier Gallery Will Open Up New York Outpost
June 8, 2022
Nino Mier Gallery, which was founded in Los Angeles in 2015 and has quickly been growing over the past seven years, will soon add a location in New York.
Opening next January, the space will be inaugurated with a solo show of German artist Jana Schröder, who has been with the gallery since its earliest days. The New York location, located in SoHo, on Crosby Street between Spring and Broome streets, will be designed by Markus Dochantschi of StudioMDA and led by Margaret Zuckerman, who has been a director at the gallery since 2018.
In less than a decade, dealer Nino Mier has expanded at a fast clip. He currently operates five locations in L.A., comprised of a campus of four buildings in West Hollywood and a separate location in Glassell Park, as well as a six-story townhouse and annex in Brussels and a project space in Marfa, Texas.
'We've Seen a Huge Convergence'/ NADA New York Dealers Are Catering to Collectors Who Want Both NFTs
May 6, 2022
It’s hard to believe, but it’s only been just over a year since Beeple’s explosive sale at Sotheby’s changed the genetic makeup of the art market as knew it.
Over the course of that year, a split has emerged between those in the art world that embrace web3 with aplomb, and those that have been forced to make peace with its presence.
That tension was on full display at this year’s New Art Dealers Alliance fair in New York, its first in the city since 2018. Inside, digital art blended seamlessly with traditional art—which is quite a feat.
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Andrea Joyce Heimer presents 24 paintings representing each hour of the day she lost her virginity in new show 24 Hours in Great Falls, Montana at Nino Mier Gallery. Opening March 26th, the show follows that day in Heimer’s life through the lead up, through noon when the fateful event occurred, and finishing out the remainder of the disappointed hours. “I look back at that day and think that’s where the trouble began. Of course it’s not that simple, but those twenty-four hours were formative,” writes Heimer in her statement. “I still find myself downstairs when I should be up.”
24 Hours in Great Falls, Montana is open through April 9, 2022 at Nino Mier Gallery in Glassell Park.
Los Angeles Times
December 22, 2021
How Echo Park’s Old Master Is Painting the End of the World
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer is one of LA’s most sought after artists, and the art world can’t get enough of her work. She may get consumed in the process. Or simply leave it all behind
July 26, 2021
5 things to look out for in the Celeste Dupuy-Spencer edition