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Devan Shimoyama Garmenting February II, 2019

Devan Shimoyama

Upcoming ‘Garmenting’ Exhibition at MAD Featured in WWD

In the upcoming global survey at MAD, 35 artists take the concept of dress as a critical tool to address aspects of subjectivity including gender, class, race, and ethnicity.

Posted 1 week ago | 2 min read
Zak Ové New York Times Roundtable Tate Britain

Zak Ové

Zak Ové Featured in New York Times Round-Table on the Tate’s Landmark Caribbean and British Art Show

On the event of the watershed exhibition, “Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s – Now” at the Tate Britain, the New York Times hosted a round-table discussion between four of the artists featured in the show.

Posted 1 week ago | 3 min read
Zak Ové

Zak Ové

Zak Ové in Tate Britain’s Show Celebrating 70 Years of Caribbean-British Art

Tate Britain’s new exhibition ‘Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s – Now’ explores British art history in the 20th and 21st centuries from a Caribbean perspective.

Posted 1 month ago | 2 min read
FUTURES installation view, Devan Shimoyama's The Grove, Smithsonian Arts + Industries Building, Courtesy Albert Ting..jpg

Devan Shimoyama

Devan Shimoyama’s Smithsonian Commission, Now On View, Invites Viewers to Breathe and Heal

Shimoyama’s Swarovski crystal-encrusted installation, The Grove, invites viewers to enter a meditative forest-like space to forgive, breathe, pause, and heal.

Posted 1 month ago | 1 min read
Stephen Towns

Stephen Towns

Stephen Towns Among Cultured’s Six Discoveries to Make at Untitled Miami 2021

Cultured Magazine’s Jacoba Urist selected De Buck Gallery’s showcase of works by Stephen Towns among the fair’s ‘six standout presentations that shouldn’t be missed.’

Posted 2 months ago | 1 min read
INstallation view of 'Skin in the Game'

Sheena Rose

Sheena Rose Featured in Zoe Lukov’s Sensational Miami Exhibition ‘Skin in the Game’

Sheena Rose is among 35 artists in an exhibition about ‘touch, transmission, and skin’ that also features work by Isabelle Albuquerque, Raúl de Nieves, Theaster Gates, and a historic work by Lynda Benglis.

Posted 2 months ago | 4 min read
Untitled Art Fair

Untitled Art Fair

artnet Selects Natasha Becker’s ‘Reinvention’ Among Its Curatorial Projects Not to Miss at Untitled Art Fair

Reinvention, features galleries whose curatorial outlook offers an inter-cultural dialogue between artists from Africa, Latin America, Europe, and America.

Posted 2 months ago | 1 min read
Zak Ove in his studio

Zak Ové

Announcing Representation of Zak Ové

De Buck Gallery is delighted to announce the representation of artist Zak Ové. 

Posted 2 months ago | 2 min read
Julie Crooks and Zak Ove

Zak Ové

Zak Ové and Curator Julie Crooks in Conversation

Watch artist Zak Ové in conversation with curator Julie Crooks, of the Art Gallery of Ontario, about Ové’s new commission for the AGO

Posted 2 months ago | 1 min read
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Zak Ové

Zak Ové in Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition Curated by Yinka Shonibare

Zak Ové is among the artists selected for the Royal Academy’s 253rd Summer Exhibition, curated this year by British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare RA

Posted 2 months ago | 2 min read
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Sheena Rose

Sheena Rose Profiled in Whitewall Art

Timed with the launch of Spotlight: Sheena Rose, the multi-disciplinary artist’s debut presentation with De Buck Gallery, we take a look back at a profile on Rose in Whitewall.

Posted 3 months ago | 2 min read

Zak Ové

Zak Ové Commission Unveiled at Art Gallery of Ontario

The Art Gallery of Ontario has unveiled Zak Ové’s latest commission, an 18-foot Carnival-inspired sculpture titled Moko Jumbie that welcomes visitors to the show “Fragments of Epic Memory.”

Posted 3 months ago | 2 min read
Zak Ove LACMA Invisible Men

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Zak Ové at Christie’s ‘Bold, Black, British’ Private Sale

British-Trinidadian artist Zak Ové’s work Invisible Man has been selected as part of Christie’s exhibition and private sale Bold, Black, British curated by Aindrea Emelife.

Posted 3 months ago | 1 min read
Gommaar Gilliams

Gommaar Gilliams

Gommaar Gilliams Featured at Salon Sittard

Gommaar Gilliams is among 44 artists featured in “Landscape 2.1,” Salon Sittard’s biennial exhibition, organized this year by curators Marjo Boesten and Arjen van Prooijen.

Posted 4 months ago | 1 min read

Annan Affotey

Annan Affotey Mural Project with Tommy Hilfiger Unveiled

Congratulations to Annan Affotey whose work was selected by Tommy Hilfiger for a mural project marking the launch of capsule collection TommyXRomeo.

Posted 5 months ago | 1 min read

Jackie Milad | Press

Jackie Milad Featured in BMore Art

In the feature published in BMoreArt, art historian Jordan Amirkhani explores the innovative techniques and visual effects in Jackie Milad’s vibrant mixed media work.

Posted 6 months ago | 3 min read
Devan Shimoyama Open Studio Crop

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Devan Shimoyama Open Studio in Saint-Paul de Vence

After completing his residency at De Buck Gallery Saint-Paul de Vence, the artist is opening the doors to his workspace.

Posted 6 months ago | 1 min read
Scantland Collection at Columbus Museum of Art

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Columbus Museum of Art Unveils Scantland Collection Featuring Work by Devan Shimoyama

The exhibition, Present Generations, is a showcase of the first wave of promised gifts to the museum and includes works by 26 artists representing a broad swath of contemporary art practice.

Posted 7 months ago | 2 min read
Hiba Schahbaz Self Reflection

Press

Hiba Schahbaz Is Among Artsy’s Rising Female Artists Reimagining Miniature Painting

Through exploration of the stylistic and representational possibilities of the genre of miniature painting, Schahbaz and her fellow artists narrate a dialogue between past and present, tradition and innovation, reality and transcendence.

Posted 7 months ago | 1 min read

Stephen Towns

Stephen Towns Discusses His Series ‘A Songbook Remembered’ with Teri Henderson

In this insightful interview with Teri Henderson of BMoreArt, Stephen Towns discusses his series ‘A Songbook Remembered,’ growing up as a Jehovah’s Witness, and how he got himself through the difficult times of 2020.

Posted 7 months ago | 7 min read
Futures Smithsonian

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Devan Shimoyama to Create Site-Specific Installation for the Smithsonian’s 175th Birthday

Shimoyama’s installation will invite viewers to enter a meditative forest-like space to forgive, breathe, pause, and heal.

Posted 7 months ago | 2 min read

Gallery News

Marielle Plaisir Awarded South Arts Southern Prize 2021

The prize acknowledges, supports, and celebrates the highest quality artistic work being created in the American South.

Posted 7 months ago | 1 min read
Zak Ove, Autonomous Morris

Gallery News

Zak Ové’s Autonomous Morris On View at the Kensington + Chelsea Art Week 2021

Autonomous Morris, a monumental sculpture made from deconstructed car parts, will be on view from June 24 to July 4.

Posted 7 months ago | 2 min read
Stephen Towns I Am Glory Crop

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Stephen Towns Is an Artist-in-Residence at Fallingwater

During his residency, Towns will research the life of Elsie Henderson, the long-time cook for the Kaufmanns, the family that once owned the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home.

Posted 8 months ago | 1 min read
Artist Stephen Towns, photographed for Baltimore Magazine, 24 April 2018, in Baltimore MD.

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Stephen Towns in Conversation with Mark Bradford

In conjunction with our presentation of Stephen Towns’s quilt works at 1-54 New York, we offer this illuminating artist talk during his exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Posted 8 months ago | 1 min read
Tina Williams Brewer Cry In

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Omar Berrada Selects Tina Williams Brewer Among His 1-54 Curated Highlights for Artsy

Berrada curated the 2018 editions of Forum 1-54, in Marrakech and in New York.

Posted 8 months ago | 1 min read
Crop Kilolo Luckett

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Tina Williams Brewer in Conversation with Curator Kilolo Luckett

The talk, which is in conjunction with 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, will happen Wednesday, May 19 at 1pm.

Posted 8 months ago | 1 min read
Devan Shimoyama, Cry Baby, The Andy Warhol Museum. Image courtesy of the museum.

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De Buck Gallery Announces Devan Shimoyama as First Artist in Residence

De Buck Gallery is thrilled to announce that Devan Shimoyama will be the gallery’s first Artist in Residence at Saint-Paul de Vence, France.

Posted 8 months ago | 1 min read
Tina Williams Brewer, I Come From The Root, Over Yonder, 2017

Press

The Art Newspaper Features Tina Williams Brewer in 1-54 Fair Preview

This year, the fair is presented online by Christie’s and will have an in-person showcase called Knotted Ties in the lobby gallery at the auction house.

Posted 8 months ago | 1 min read

Gallery News

Marielle Plaisir Receives South Arts State Fellowship Award

The fellowship is awarded to one artist per state in the South Arts Region.

Posted 9 months ago | 1 min read

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Take a Virtual Studio Visit with Ardeshir Tabrizi and The Fowler Museum’s Amy Landau

Find out how Tabrizi works a 1970s family photo and a painting from the Safavid dynasty into one richly layered textile using gouache, fabric and pages from the Koran.

Posted 9 months ago | 1 min read

Press

De Buck Gallery Artists Among Artnews’ ‘Reigning’ Emerging Talent at EXPO Chicago

Art market reporter Angelica Villa assesses the turnout among the 98 exhibitors at the digital-only fair.

Posted 9 months ago | 1 min read

Press

Artsy Chooses De Buck Gallery as One of its Top 10 Booths at Expo Chicago

De Buck Gallery is among the top 10 standout booths on Artsy at Expo Chicago’s online edition.

Posted 9 months ago | 1 min read
Eric Shiner

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Eric Shiner Picks Tina Williams Brewer for His Curated Selection at EXPO Chicago

The Pioneer Works executive director tapped Brewer for an enticing selection of artists.

Posted 10 months ago | 1 min read

Press

Stephen Towns Painting Is One of Artsy’s Top 10 In-Demand Works of the Week

Artsy’s curatorial and editorial teams look at the stats and see what’s gaining traction among collectors.

Posted 10 months ago | 1 min read

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Tina Williams Brewer Featured in Huntington Museum Exhibition of African-American Artists

The Huntington Museum features Tina Williams Brewer in a group show culled from its distinguished collection.

Posted 10 months ago | 1 min read
Stephen Towns, We Shall Pass through the Combahee, 2019

Gallery News

Stephen Towns Receives Maryland State Arts Council’s 2021 Independent Arts Award

Stephen Towns is among 66 artists being recognized for artistic achievement and promise.

Posted 10 months ago | 1 min read

Press

Artsy: Profile of Collector Carla Shen Featuring Stephen Towns

Shen opens up about how she began collecting and why Stephen Towns’ art works in her collection.

Posted 10 months ago | 2 min read

Press

artnet highlights Raelis Vasquez at Museo del Barrio’s New Survey of Contemporary Latinx Art

artnet highlights Raelis Vasquez and other Latinx artists at Museo del Barrio’s new Triennial.

Posted 10 months ago | 1 min read
Tina Williams Brewer Portrait Photograph

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Announcing Representation of Tina Williams Brewer

De Buck Gallery is delighted to announce representation of textile artist Tina Williams Brewer.

Posted 10 months ago | 1 min read

General

The Story Quilts of Tina Williams Brewer

In conjunction with the release of Tina Williams Brewers’ online viewing room, we take a look back at a thoughtful essay exploring her work.

Posted 10 months ago | 1 min read
Turi Simeti David De Buck

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De Buck Gallery Remembers Turi Simeti

Turi Simeti was an icon of the Zero movement whose work represents a cornerstone of Twentieth Century art.

Posted 10 months ago | 3 min read
Turi Simeti Primary Form of Painting

Turi Simeti

Turi Simeti, The Primary Form of Painting

In this 2014 essay, Elena Forin explores the work of Turi Simeti as his first solo show in New York opened at De Buck Gallery.

Posted 10 months ago | 7 min read

Marielle Plaisir

Marielle Plaisir Offers Socio-Cultural Critique as Performance Art in ‘Sacred Fire’

‘Sacred Fire’ is a program of music, poetry and performance art in celebration of Black History Month.

Posted 11 months ago | 2 min read
Esmaa Mohamoud

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Esmaa Mohamoud Selected for Kehinde Wiley’s Black Rock Senegal Artist Residence

Artist Esmaa Mohamoud is among the 16 artists selected for the 2021 residency at Black Rock Senegal, Kehinde Wiley’s studio in Dakar.

Posted 12 months ago | 1 min read

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De Buck Gallery Launches New Exhibition Space in Saint-Paul de Vence, France

De Buck Gallery is thrilled to announce the opening of a new exhibition space and artist residency in Saint-Paul de Vence, France in March 2021.

Posted 12 months ago | 2 min read
Divine Plan Tina Williams Brewr

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The Westmoreland Museum Acquires Work by Tina Williams Brewer and Stephen Towns

The Westmoreland Museum bolsters its permanent collection with works by Tina Williams Brewer and Stephen Towns.

Posted 1 year ago | 1 min read
Hiba Schahbaz Rockefeller Center Art Production Fund

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‘Hiba Schahbaz: In My Heart’ at Rockefeller Center Is an artnet News Editors’ Pick

A new installation by artist Hiba Schahbaz at Rockefeller Center is the latest offering from the Art Production Fund.

Posted 1 year ago | 2 min read
Artsy Trendes to Watch Craft Figuration

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Stephen Towns and Devan Shimoyama Featured in ‘Trends to Watch 2021: Craft Figuration’ on Artsy

Devan Shimoyama and Stephen Towns are showcased in Artsy’s feature Trends to Watch 2021: Craft Figuration

Posted 1 year ago | 1 min read

Press

Juan Garaizabal’s ‘Ever Time Gate’ Among Top 10 Works of Shanghai Exhibition

Juan Garaizabal’s ‘Ever Time Gate’ has been selected as one of the top 10 works in the 2020 Jing’an International Sculpture Project, Shanghai.

Posted 1 year ago | 1 min read
Chris Nyssa Lee Devan Shimoyama

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Artsy: Profile of Collectors Chris Lee and Nyssa Fajardo Lee Featuring Devan Shimoyama

Collectors Chris Lee and Nyssa Fajardo Lee tell Artsy how they started collecting and why Shimoyama’s work speaks to them.

Posted 1 year ago | 3 min read
Marielle Plaisir

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Curators Select Marielle Plaisir, Hiba Schahbaz and Devan Shimoyama as Top Picks of UNTITLED Miami Beach

Susanna Temkin, Leilani Lynch, Sarah Arison, Elizabeth Denny and Heike Dempster select their top picks of UNTITLED.

Posted 1 year ago | 1 min read
Hiba Schahbaz New York Magazine I Voted Cover

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Hiba Schahbaz Tapped by New York Magazine for Special ‘I Voted’ Cover

Hiba Schahbaz was among the 48 artists invited to contribute to the magazine’s project, which included the distribution of 500,000 stickers across the country.

Posted 1 year ago | 4 min read

Hiba Schahbaz

48 Artists Reimagine the ‘I Voted’ Sticker for New York Magazine

More Americans than ever are voting by mail this year. Millions more are voting early compared to the last national election. All of them deserve…

Posted 1 year ago | 6 min read

Hiba Schahbaz

The Boldly Feminine Gaze of Hiba Schahbaz

Schahbaz’s large-scale paintings, on view in her latest exhibition Dreaming, assert the right to claim and occupy space as a woman. Women of color, especially immigrants…

Posted 1 year ago | 1 min read

Juan Garaizabal

Opening of Juan Garaizabal’s new sculpture installation, Ever Time Gate

De Buck Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Juan Garaizabal’s new sculpture installation, Ever Time Gate (2020), at the Jing’an Sculpture Park in Shanghai. Info:…

Posted 1 year ago | 1 min read

Hiba Schahbaz

Hiba Schahbaz Studio Visit by Christina D. Bartson

Turning the gaze around. On a muggy Sunday on the last weekend of July, Hiba Schahbaz greeted me at the entry of her studio complex…

Posted 1 year ago | 3 min read

Devan Shimoyama

Works for the Now, by Queer Artists of Color

Pride Month may have come to a close, but the wide-ranging pieces shown here have staying power. … By Devan Shimoyama, 30, based in Pittsburgh…

Posted 1 year ago | 1 min read

Devan Shimoyama

Devan Shimoyama’s Dazzling Paintings Reimagine Black Masculinity

Devan Shimoyama constructs worlds of mythology and fantasy that refuse to accept the monolithic narratives of Black trauma and despair. His shimmering and multi-layered characters…

Posted 1 year ago | 4 min read

Hiba Schahbaz

5 Artists on Our Radar This September (Hiba Schahbaz – Artsy)

“Artists on Our Radar” is a monthly series produced collaboratively by Artsy’s Editorial and Curatorial teams. Utilizing our editors’ art expertise and our Curatorial team’s…

Posted 1 year ago | 7 min read

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Editors’ Picks: 14 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From All-Day Chelsea ‘Openings’ to a Van Gogh-Themed Corn Maze (Hiba Schahbaz | artnet)

“Back to school” for the art world looks a little different this year. Each week, we search New York City for the most exciting and…

Posted 1 year ago | 10 min read

Stephen Towns

Stephen Towns in conversation with Larry Ossei-Mensah

Acclaimed Baltimore-based artist Stephen Towns in conversation with International Curator and ARTNOIR Co-Founder, Larry Ossei-Mensah which took place on August 25th, 2020.

Posted 1 year ago | 1 min read

Marielle Plaisir

Multimedia Installation By Marielle Plaisir Has Plenty to Say

Multimedia Installation By Marielle Plaisir Has Plenty to Say Locust Projects Opens Exhibit This Weekend Friday, February 21, 2020 Angela Shlyakhov Marielle Plaisir, a French-Caribbean…

Posted 2 years ago | 3 min read

Gommaar Gilliams

Gommaar Gilliams at the La Brea Studio Artists Residency

Belgian artist, Gommaar Gilliams has been creating a series of dynamic new paintings at The La Brea Studio Artists Residency. Gommaar has been exhibiting this body of…

Posted 2 years ago | 1 min read

Devan Shimoyama

New Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Profiles Revolutionary African American Men

A new traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian presents the narrative of a nation through the profiles of significant African American men who are icons in…

Posted 3 years ago | 2 min read

Rashaad Newsome

Rashaad Newsome | 2019 Art + Technology Lab Grant Recipient

The Art + Technology Lab at LACMA is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2019 Art + Technology grants. Emphasizing iteration and risk-taking over the completion…

Posted 3 years ago | 2 min read

Devan Shimoyama

Devan Shimoyama featured in ‘After & Because Of’ at IU’s Herron School of Art + Design

The Galleries at Herron School of Art and Design will kick off another summer season Wednesday, June 5, with two group exhibitions – "The Alchemy...

Posted 3 years ago | 1 min read

Rashaad Newsome

Rashaad Newsome in ‘Radical Love’ at the Ford Foundation Gallery this Summer

We are pleased to announce that Rashaad Newsome’s #1stPlace (2016) and Look Back At It (2016) will be featured in the upcoming exhibition, Radical Love, at the…

Posted 3 years ago | 1 min read

Stephen Towns

Stephen Towns featured in Baltimore Museum of Art’s ‘Every Day: Selections from the Collection’

We are please to announce that Stephen Towns will be featured in BMA's upcoming exhibition, Every Day: Selections from the Collection, on view from July...

Posted 3 years ago | 1 min read

Devan Shimoyama

The New York Review of Books | Devan Shimoyama’s Vision of a Dazzling Black Future | by Antwaun Sargent

Devan Shimoyama, Midnight Rumination, 2019   A reading list for black futurity—what might it contain? The paintings in Devan Shimoyama’s “Shh…,” a small recent show…

Posted 3 years ago | 8 min read

Devan Shimoyama

GQ.com | Artist Devan Shimoyama Takes on Race and Sexuality With Glitter and Rhinestones

Philadelphia Native Shimoyama is now based in Pittsburgh, where he teaches at Carnegie Mellon University. A Yale M.F.A. graduate, his paintings borrow materials from drag culture—glitter,…

Posted 3 years ago | 3 min read

Devan Shimoyama

5 Outstanding Discoveries at Miami Art Week’s Satellite Fairs | Devan Shimoyama

When you’ve gotten your fill of blue chip contemporary art and seven-figure masterpieces from the mother of all fairs—Art Basel Miami Beach—there are plenty of…

Posted 3 years ago | 7 min read

Robert Lazzarini

Robert Lazzarini | Mint Museum

Robert Lazzarini's show the flowering will be on view in Mint Museum Uptown’s Level 5 Expansion Space from November 16 through December 30, 2018. His show...

Posted 3 years ago | 1 min read

Devan Shimoyama | General

NY Times | Seven Artists on the Warhol Influence | Devan Shimoyama

WARHOL’S LEGACY Seven Artists on the Warhol Influence How the Pop master’s experimentation helped them find their own voice. Three decades after Andy Warhol’s death,…

Posted 3 years ago | 14 min read

Gommaar Gilliams

Gommaar Gilliams featured at MoMu in Antwerp, Belgium

This Autumn, MoMu will present the exhibition “Soft? Tactile Dialogues” on location at the Maurice Verbaet Center in Antwerp. This will mark the first time that MoMu…

Posted 3 years ago | 2 min read

Zevs

Zevs | Eiffel Phœnix public and monumental art piece

As part of the 2018 Nuit Blanche which will be held on October 6, the artist ZEVS will take over the Eiffel Tower, the symbol…

Posted 3 years ago | 3 min read

Rashaad Newsome

Rashaad Newsome | Shade Compositions at Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh, PA

Rashaad Newsome, renowned New York based artist, will make his Pittsburgh debut of Shade Compositions, an ongoing performance project that launched in 2005. Throughout the Fall...

Posted 3 years ago | 1 min read

Rashaad Newsome

New York Live Arts to receive $366K for Rashaad Newsome’s project FIVE

As an ever expanding regional arts organization with a dedication to conceptual rigor, formal experimentation, and active socio-cultural engagement, New York Live Arts is honored…

Posted 3 years ago | 2 min read

Devan Shimoyama

NY Times | A Good Year for Younger Artists, Immigrant Citizens and Outrage

Photo: “Snake Baby” (2016), by Devan Shimoyama, whose solo show at the Andy Warhol Museum opens on Oct. 13. In 2018, the United States stands with…

Posted 3 years ago | 6 min read

Devan Shimoyama

Devan Shimoyama’s solo exhibition at The Andy Warhol Museum opens this Fall

Devan Shimoyama: Cry, Baby will mark the first museum solo exhibition of Devan Shimoyama, Philadelphia-born painter and professor at Carnegie Mellon University. Spanning his burgeoning career,…

Posted 4 years ago | 2 min read

Rashaad Newsome

Rashaad Newsome Unveils Video Installation at Westfield World Trade Center

The Brooklyn based artist is showing his "ICON" video art in collaboration with Art Production Fund. For the next month, you can meet Rashaad Newsome...

Posted 4 years ago | 3 min read

Rashaad Newsome

AISH premiers music video directed by Rashaad Newsome on Tidal

Aish, the Rising San Franciscan artist, is touted one of the more experimental and engaging pop artists around and TIDAL is fortunate to premiere the…

Posted 4 years ago | 2 min read

Devan Shimoyama

NY Times | From the Personal to the Political, 19 Artists to Watch Next Year

Devan Shimoyama’s painting “Shape Up and a Trim” (2017) is on view at the Studio Museum in Harlem’s survey of work by emerging artists. Credit De Buck…

Posted 4 years ago | 5 min read

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Artnet news | Late ‘Star Trek’ Actor Anton Yelchin Had a Secret Passion for Photography. Now See His Work for the First Time.

At the time of his tragic and untimely death in 2016, at just 27 years old, actor Anton Yelchin was revered for his roles in…

Posted 4 years ago | 2 min read

Joseph Cohen

Houston Chronicle | Artist Cohen shines lights on what we cannot see

Joseph's Cohen's two-part art exhibition "Looking at a flower" involves no botanicals but presents some fascinating florescence. One of the objects is an elaborate electrified...

Posted 4 years ago | 6 min read

Rashaad Newsome | General

Layering Time: On Rashaad Newsome by Emmanuel Iduma for Bomb Magazine

Rashaad Newsome, Running, 2017. Park Avenue Armory. Photo © Da Ping Luo. Photo courtesy Rashaad Newsome Studio.   At the beginning of November I attended the…

Posted 4 years ago | 3 min read

Rashaad Newsome

McNay Art Museum announces major acquisitions of African American art

SAN ANTONIO, TX. - Richard Aste, Director of the McNay Art Museum, announced today the acquisition of three major works – all collages -- by three African...

Posted 4 years ago | 3 min read

Devan Shimoyama | General

NBC News | Gay artist reimagines the ‘hyper-masculine’ black barbershop

As a young, black kid growing up in a predominately white neighborhood in Philadelphia, Devan Shimoyama first remembers hearing the term “sweet” being used in...

Posted 4 years ago | 5 min read

Anton Yelchin

Hypebeast | Rare Photos by Late Actor Anton Yelchin Will Be Featured in Upcoming NYC Exhibit

De Buck Gallery in New York City will present a new exhibition dedicated to the photographic work of the late actor, Anton Yelchin. Entitled “Anton Yelchin: Provocative Beauty,” the...

Posted 4 years ago | 1 min read

Rashaad Newsome

Elements of Vogue opens in Madrid, featuring an immersive video installation by Rashaad Newsome

ELEMENTS OF VOGUE  A CASE STUDY IN RADICAL PERFORMANCE 17 NOVEMBER 2017 – 6 MAY 2018 CURATED BY: SABEL GAVALDÓN & MANUEL SEGADE Bodies are both...

Posted 4 years ago | 4 min read

Rashaad Newsome

Hyperallergic | Rashaad Newsome’s “Running,” Reaching for Transcendence with Voice and Light

Image above: Rashaad Newsome, “Running” (2017) Park Avenue Armory (all photos by Da Ping Luo and ©Da Ping Luo) In Rashaad Newsome’s “Running,” a vocal...

Posted 4 years ago | 2 min read

Devan Shimoyama

Devan Shimoyama’s current exhibition makes the top of the list for Artnet’s unmissable shows this month.  

 2. “Devan Shimoyama: Sweet” at De Buck Gallery Devan Shimoyama’s self-portraiture is a joyous representation of the black queer male body. In his first show at De...

Posted 4 years ago | 1 min read

Rashaad Newsome

Rashaad Newsome announced as part of CTM 2018 first acts

This January CTM Berlin Festival returns and De Buck Gallery is proud to announce that Rashaad Newsome will be participating with his electric FIVE performance....

Posted 4 years ago | 1 min read

Rashaad Newsome

Rashaad Newsome’s new performance piece “RUNNING” premiers at Park Avenue Armory

Rashaad Newsome is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice is deeply invested in how images used in media and popular culture communicate distorted notions of power and...

Posted 4 years ago | 1 min read

General

Whitehot Magazine | Robert Lazzarini on His New Show at De Buck Gallery

By NOAH BECKER, SEPT. 2017 I spoke to artist Robert Lazzarini about his new show at De Buck Gallery in New York's Chelsea arts district....

Posted 4 years ago | 4 min read

General

De Buck Loft Series at TriBeCa’s Six Cortlandt Alley

De Buck Gallery is pleased to present the De Buck Loft Series at Six Cortlandt Alley, a restored 19th century Italianate building with five full-floor...

Posted 4 years ago | 1 min read

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De Buck Gallery Announces New Representation of Artists Juan Garaizabal, Robert Lazzarini, and Devan Shimoyama

From left to right: Robert Lazzarini, Devan Shimoyama, Juan Garaizabal NEW YORK—De Buck Gallery is pleased to announce the representation of contemporary artists Juan Garaizabal,...

Posted 4 years ago | 2 min read

General

Rarely seen Gutai artworks arrive in London

Pieces by members of the avant-garde Japanese group will be on show at The Arts Club from September 13 “Do what no one has done...

Posted 4 years ago | 2 min read

Rashaad Newsome

The McNay | Rashaad Newsome: KNOT

On view at the McNay from August 8, 2017 to January 5, 2018 Combining baroque grandeur, hip-hop swagger, and black and LGBTQ subcultures, Rashaad Newsome...

Posted 4 years ago | 1 min read

Pino Pinelli

Princess of Monaco selects Pino Pinelli for the Annual Artist Award

We are excited to announce that Pino Pinelli was awarded the annual artist award, selected by Princess Charlene of Monaco on the occasion of the...

Posted 4 years ago | 1 min read
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