Rose B. Simpson exhibition “Legacies” at ICA Boston

The Institute for Contemporary Art in Boston recently opened a solo show in their Fotene Demoulas Gallery for Rose B. Simpson. The show consists of predominately figurative ceramics from 2019 to the present including “Genesis Squared” pictured below, which was one of the first major pieces to incorporate lazer cut steel lines and forms with … Read more

Duane Slick: “There Are No Endings”

Santa Fe- As part of Chiaroscuro’s Annual Contemporary Native American exhibitions we pleased to present our featured solo exhibition of new paintings and prints from Duane Slick (Meskwaki/Ho-Chunk Nations) titled There Are No Endings. The exhibition is on view from August 12 through September 10 in the main downstairs gallery at 558 Canyon Road. Please … Read more

Daniel Brice: Pacific

Santa Fe- Chiaroscuro is pleased to present a solo exhibition titled Pacific, by California based abstract painter Daniel Brice. Pacific is on view from July 8 through August 6 in the main downstairs gallery at 558 Canyon Road. Please join us for an artist opening reception on Friday, July 8 from 5-7pm. Pacific is a … Read more

Gayle Crites, “Murmuring Skies”

Santa Fe, NM– Chiaroscuro is pleased to present the 2022 season opener with a solo exhibition by abstract painter Gayle Crites titled, Murmuring Skies. The new exhibition brings together approximately a dozen larger scale works on tapa paper. This body of work explores the artist’s ideas and feelings about climatic change and global warming through … Read more

Rose B, Simpson Awarded a Joan Mitchell Fellowship

Congratulations Rose on receiving a 2021 Joan Mitchell Fellowship award! From “The selection of the 2021 Joan Mitchell Fellows was initiated by 88 nominators, 44% of whom are themselves artists, and nearly a quarter of whom were participating in the process for the first time. The nominators reflect broad geographic diversity—representing 47 states, Washington, … Read more

RENATE ALLER “The Space Between Memory and Expectation”

Exhibition Review, written by Trevor Bishai for Musée Magazine Plate 124, Patagonia, Chile, 2019. Archival pigment print The German-born visual artist Renate Aller has long been interested in the intersections between memory and landscape. Made up of large-scale images of remote natural forms such as Patagonian glaciers and the Himalayan mountains, her latest series, The Space … Read more