Curated Exhibitions

Below is a selection of exhibitions that we have recently curated. These exhibitions take place in galleries, private homes and non-profit organizations. Organizing these exhibitions expands the network of artists whom we work with.

 
 
 
  Present Bodies  exhibition during New York Print Week, 2017

Present Bodies exhibition during New York Print Week, 2017

PRESENT BODIES | NY PRINT WEEK

Tauba Auerbach, El Anatsui, David Byrne, Lisa Di Donato, Stefan Gunn, Jean-Pierre Hébert, Amber Heaton, Eric Juth, Jennifer Mahlman, Caleb Nussear, Beverly Semmes, Do Ho Suh and Amanda Thackray

Present Bodies, curated by LRC STUDIOS, brings together the talents of both emerging and established artists and highlights editions produced by Ribuoli Digital.

  Future Past Perfect  at Project722, New York, NY

Future Past Perfect at Project722, New York, NY

Future Past Perfect | nYC & L.A.

MICHAEL AMBRON, MARY JONES, RACHEL KLINGHOFFER, JOHN O'CONNOR, BAYNE PETERSON

This exhibition that was shown in two parts, the first in New York City and the second in Los Angeles. The Future Past Perfect indicates that an action will have been completed at some point in the future and simultaneously acknowledges that the action has already taken place. Future actions and forms are recontexualized versions of the past.

 
 Painting by Virginia Wagner

Painting by Virginia Wagner

COSMOLogY FOUND | SALON IV

TYLER GONLAG | RACHEL GROBSTEIN | VIRGINIA WAGNER

The hidden geometry behind events as common as a dripping faucet or a moving cloud is what the new mentality of chaos dynamics brings forth. For us moderns, it is this edge between chaos and order that is most fascinating, and we search for just the right spot where a momentary stability can provide...

 
 Photography by tasisto

Photography by tasisto

to seize your silence: Portraying Saudade

TASISTO | SOLO EXHIBITION | PRESENTED BY POINTB

How does one translate a word that doesn’t exist in English? How is one able to depict a mood through visual language? Described as ‘the love that remains’, the Portuguese word saudade refers to a specific elusive melancholic feeling, an incompleteness or profound longing for something absent.