As a spotlight artist in residence for The California Studio: Manetti Shrem Artists Residencies, Lynn Hershman Leeson will show her films TeknolustElectronic Diaries, Shadow Stalker, and Logic Paralyzes the Heart on May 23 and 24. Film screenings will be shown in Main Theatre, Wright Hall and will be followed by a Q&A with the artist.





In “Art, Surveillance & Investigation: Trevor Paglen & Eyal Weizman,” part of the Studio B: Unscripted series on Al Jazeera, Architect Eyal Weizman and artist Trevor Paglen discuss how art and architecture can be harnessed to challenge structures of power and state control.





City Arts & Lectures presents Richard Mosse in conversation with Steven Winn to discuss Mosse’s career documenting some of the world’s most significant environmental and humanitarian crises.





Liam Everett is included in “Before it Becomes Words” at Et al. Gallery’s Chinatown space.⁠ Organized by 1599fdT, the show runs through April 29, 2023.






Troy Lamarr Chew II’s “Invisible Man in Hollywood” (2022) is currently on view in “Imperfect Paradise,” a group exhibition by Los Angeles artists, at Barbati Gallery, Venice.⁠ The exhibition continues through May 6, 2023.






“These Are Called Holdings” (2023) by Zarouhie Abdalian is currently available to screen online as part of Art Review Magazine’s “Art Lover’s Movie Club” series. ⁠






“Bells for Baku, London, Louisiana,” Zarouhie Abdalian’s first solo exhibition in the UK, is now on view at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London.⁠





Works by Lynn Hershman Leeson are now on view in “A Leap into the Void. Art beyond Matter” at GAMeC Bergamo through May 28, 2023





Liam Everett’s solo exhibition, “the sun is their drum,” is on view at Kamel Mennour in Paris through March 18, 2023.⁠





Didier William is interviewed by Charles M. Schultz for the Brooklyn Rail.





Shannon Ebner’s “Leaning Tree” (2008) is included in “Taylor Davis Selects: Invisible Ground of Sympathy” on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston through January 7, 2024.





Koak’s exhibition, “Letter to Myself (when the world is on fire)” is featured in the February issue of the Nob Hill Gazette.





Fog Design+Art presents Troy Lamarr Chew II and Sickamore in conversation with Dr. Andreanna Clay, PhD, to explore the way the originators of hip-hop developed and used specific coded language to communicate shared experiences, looking at the way slang commonly functions within alternative cultures. The talk is available to stream on Facebook.





Fog Design+Art presents Larry Ossei-Mensah and Trevor Paglen in conversation with Kate Crawford, author of the award-winning book, “Atlas of AI,” to discuss a new category of artificial intelligence called “Generative AI” and its implications for creativity, art, and culture-at-large. The talk is available to stream on Facebook.





Alex Olson is included in “A Brief Survey Of Shapes And Colors Observed In The Greater Los Angeles Basin” on view at Timothy Hawkinson Gallery through February 11.





Chris Johanson and Johanna Jackson’s exhibition “The Chimes We Find” is on view at Gallery 12.26 from December 10, 2022 to January 28, 2023





Altman Siegel is pleased to announce the inclusion of Simon Denny’s “Virtual Property” in this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach Meridians sector (Booth M9). The installation will be presented in conjunction with Petzel Gallery, New York.





⁠K.R.M. Mooney’s “extence,” is on view at Miguel Abreu Gallery from November 4th to January 8th, 2023.





“Didier William: Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè,” the artist’s largest retrospective to date, is on view through April 16, 2023 at MOCA North Miami.





Lynn Hershman Leeson’s “Twisted Gravity” (2021) is currently on view in “K̶i̶n̶g̶d̶o̶m̶ of the Ill” at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Bozen-Bolzano.


1 October 2022 – 5 March 2023





The 21st Century Consort presents a special performance inspired by Armenian-American artist Zarouhie Abdalian’s work “threnody for the unwilling martyrs” and the exhibition “Put It This Way: (Re)Visions of the Hirshhorn Collection,” which highlights works from the Hirshhorn’s collection by 49 women and non-binary artists.





Troy Lamarr Chew II is featured in Juxtapoz.





“Creation Stories” by Simon Denny and Karamia Müller is on view in Auckland at Michael Lett Gallery through September 10, 2022 and Gus Fisher Gallery through October 22, 2022.⁠





⁠Laeh Glenn’s “The Nothing Thing” is on view at The Vanity Gallery from September 3rd to October 30th.⁠





K.R.M. Mooney is included in “An Insular Rococo” on view at Hollybush Gardens in London through September 24. ⁠





Lynn Hershman Leeson’s “Room #8” (2006-2018) and “Agent Ruby” (1998-2002) are included in “Speculative Portraits,” currently on view at SFMOMA through September 5.⁠





Koak is included in “A Few Small Nips” on view at Mrs. Gallery through August 12, 2022.





Chris Johanson will sign copies of Considering Unknow Know With What Is, And at the SF Art Book Fair on July 16 at 1 PM. Stop by Altman Siegel, booth A20, for the signing.





Join us for the SF Art Book Fair at Minnesota Street Project from July 15 – 17. Browse artists’ books, monographs, artists’ multiples, and more.





Altman Siegel and Bridget Donahue are thrilled to announce Water Women, a presentation of work by Lynn Hershman Leeson for this year’s edition of Art Basel.⁠





Zarouhie Abdalian’s solo exhibition Interregna is on view at Haynes Court through July 31.





Trevor Paglen’s “Untitled (Reaper Drone)” (2013) is currently on view in “Highlights from the Photography Collection” at The Nelson-Atkins Museum through April 30, 2023.





Shannon Ebner will be joined at Altman Siegel on June 2 at 6pm by David Senior, Head of Library and Archives at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, to discuss the artist’s recent work.

This event is free and open to the public. To RSVP, please email





Koak will be presenting her first solo show in Asia at Perrotin in Hong Kong. The Driver, opening on Saturday, May 21, will feature a new body of paintings and sculpture which Koak developed over the past year.⁠






K.R.M. Mooney is included in I heard myself close my eyes, then open them, on view at Braunsfelder in Cologne through August 13.





Kikuo Saito is featured in T Magazine’s the T List.





Lynn Hershman Leeson’s groundbreaking video work The Electronic Diaries is on view at Simian, Copenhagen, through June 25.





Join us at the gallery or on Zoom on Saturday, May 7 at 2pm PDT as Alexander Nemerov, Reiko Tomii, and Joshua Cohen discuss the ongoing significance of Kikuo Saito’s life and practice.

View the event recording.





Read “Lynn Hershman Leeson Thinks It’s Time That Her Work Is Recognized” by Emily Wilson for Hyperallergic.






On Friday, April 8, as part of Art Bash, SFMOMA will be auctioning off an NFT from Lynn Hershman Leeson, Final Transformation, a 35mm film converted to 4k video.





Lynn Hershman Leeson is featured in the SF Chronicle Datebook: “At 80, artist Lynn Hershman Leeson is more relevant than ever” by Tony Bravo.⁠






Richard Mosse is the subject of a solo exhibition on view at Kunsthalle Bremen from March 26 – July 31, 2022.





Alex Olson is featured in Xtreme Guest: place settings designed in collaboration with Kristin Dickson-Okuda on view at Kristina Kite Gallery from March 9-19, 2022.





Join McEvoy Arts for Person. Woman. Camera. TV., a lively panel discussion on technology and the female body. The free conversation features pioneering media artist Lynn Hershman Leeson and feminist scholar Peggy Phelan and is moderated by curator Corey Keller. Saturday, March 5, 3-4pm.





The Roof is on Fire, a solo exhibition by Troy Lamarr Chew II, is featured on Contemporary Art Daily.





Faces of ImageNet by Trevor Paglen is included in Barcelona’s festival of light, Llum BCN, illuminating streets, squares, building façades and other public spaces in the Poblenou neighborhood February 4-6, 2022.





Simon Denny and Trevor Paglen are among the artists included in INFORMATION (Today) at the Astrup Fearnley Museet from February 4 – April 24, 2022.





Liam Everett discusses his exhibition of new paintings, ticklepenny lemon phosphate, with curator, writer, and critic Natasha Boas.

Thursday, February 10, 2022, 12:00-1:00 PM PST. Stream the recording HERE.





Altman Siegel is thrilled to announce that Lynn Hershman Leeson has been invited to the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia curated by Cecilia Alemani.

Read “A Venice Biennale Informed by the Pandemic Will Spotlight Women” by The New York Times.





Altman Siegel is pleased to announce our participation in OVR:2021, Art Basel’s edition of Online Viewing Rooms dedicated to works produced in 2021.

OVR: 2021 launches on February 9, 8am ET and remains live until February 12, 6pm ET, with public days running from February 10-12. Our presentation will feature “ticklepenny lemon phosphate”, an exhibition of new paintings by Liam Everett.





Check out “Multilayered Paintings That Pay Tribute to Hip-Hop Dances,” a feature on Troy Lamarr Chew II’s new body of work currently on view at Altman Siegel, for The New York Times Style Magazine.





The Roof is on Fire, a solo exhibition by Troy Lamarr Chew II, is featured in “What to See During San Francisco Art Week” for Frieze.





The work of Chris Johanson is featured in “Open your mind to meditative art” in the Financial Times.





Troy Lamarr Chew II’s solo exhibition at Altman Siegel, The Roof is on Fire, is featured on Juxtapoz.





FRET SCAPES, a solo exhibition by Shannon Ebner, is on view at Kaufmann Repetto, New York from January 7 – February 19, 2022.


Alex Olson’s solo exhibition with Park View/Paul Soto is on view from November 20, 2021 – February 19, 2022.





K.R.M. Mooney is interviewed by Maddie Klett for BOMB Magazine.






Beta Space: Trevor Paglen will feature the artist’s first sound piece, a new public commission titled, There Will Come Soft Rains (2021), installed in San Jose Museum of Art’s historic clocktower from Friday, November 5, 2021–Sunday, November 6, 2022.





Considering Unknow Know With What Is, And, a solo exhibition by Chris Johanson, is on view at Mitchell-Innes & Nash from November 4 – December 18, 2021.⁠





Didier William’s solo exhibition at Altman Siegel, Siklon, is reviewed by Sarah Hotchkiss for KQED.





Lynn Herhsman Leeson is featured in the online exhibition Lynn Hershman Leeson: Women Artist’s in KADIST’s and Videobrasil’s Collections streaming at through November 28.⁠, 2021.





Paula Burleigh covers Lynn Hershman Leeson for Artforum.





Richard Mosse’s solo exhibition, Broken Spectre, is on view at Carlier Gebauer from September 17 – October 30, 2021.





K.R.M. Mooney’s solo exhibition, Partials, will be on view at Konrad Fischer Galerie from September 17 – December 18, 2021.





Lynn Hershman Leeson’s Conceiving Ada, Teknolust, and Strange Culture are now available to stream on the Criterion Channel.





Lynn Hershman Leeson is featured in the July/August 2021 issue of The Brooklyn Rail in conversation with Monika Fabijanska.





Lynn Hershman Leeson’s solo exhibition at the New Museum, “Twisted,” is a New York Times Critic’s Pick.





Simon Denny and Trevor Paglen are featured in INFORMATION (Today) on view at Kunsthalle Basel from June 25 – October 10, 2021.






Liam Everett’s Blanketing the Bay is featured in Datebook.





Lynn Hershman Leeson is featured in The New York Times discussing her over 50-year exploration of the relationship between the body and technology.





Richard Mosse’s solo show, “Incoming,” is on view at Butler Gallery from June 11 through August 29, 2021.






Trevor Paglen’s solo show, A Thousand Flowers, is on view at Pace Gallery from June 10 through June 27.





Richard Mosse’s first retrospective, Migration Conflict Climate Change, is on view at Fondazione MAST from May 7 through September 19, 2021.





We are pleased to announce our participation as a founding partner of Contemporary Art Library, a new online repository of contemporary art documentation from the nonprofit organization that publishes Contemporary Art Daily.





Emily Wardill’s solo show, “Soft Spot,” is on view at carlier | gebauer from May 22 through June 26, 2021.





Join ICA LA for a discussion with artists Kelly Akashi, Hann Hur, Steffani Jemison, and K.R.M. Mooney about their work in the exhibition The Inconstant World. Moderated by Jamillah James, ICA LA Senior Curator.

Hosted by ICA LA, Thursday, May 20, 2021, 11:00 AM PT






Blanketing the Bay: Liam Everett, a facade project collaboration between ICA San José + Altman Siegel + Minnesota Street Project, offers a safe, socially distanced art experience broadening the audiences that can engage with outstanding contemporary artistic practice in the public realm. The facade project will be on view from May 13 through August 28, 2021.






Lindsay Preston Zappas, artist, writer, and the founder and editor of chief of Contemporary Art Review will be in conversation with artists Andrea Chung, Alex Olson and Analia Saban discussing materiality, surface, and the ways in which mark-making translates into meaning in their works across painting, collage, and sculpture.

Hosted by Venice Family Clinic, Thursday, May 6, 2021, 12:00 PM PT





Join us at Altman Siegel for the final viewing hours of “Cascadence.” “Invocations II” by John T. Gast will be played continuously in the gallery on Saturday, May 1, 2021, from 1-4pm.⁠





Gray Area in conjunction with City Lights Booksellers and Yale University Press present Kate Crawford in conversation with Trevor Paglen, celebrating the launch of Crawford’s new book Atlas of AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence.

Friday, April 30, 2021, 6:00pm PT





Altman Siegel is pleased to participate in Frieze Viewing Room, New York Edition, on view May 5 through May 14, 2021. Our presentation will include new paintings by gallery artists Troy Lamarr Chew II, as well as photographs and early drawings from Lynn Hershman Leeson. Our viewing room will also include brand new paintings from Liam Everett, Koak, and Shinpei Kusanagi.

Wednesday Preview, May 5, 11am EST – Invitation only
Thursday Preview, May 6, 11am EST – Invitation & Frieze members only
Friday, May 7, 11am EST – Friday, May 14, midnight EST – Free access to all





Maggie Dethloff, curator of When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art, will be discussing the work of Richard Mosse, Carlos Motta, and Issac Julien regarding the use of time-based media to communicate stories of migration.

Hosted by The Cantor Arts Center, Tuesday, April 20, 2021, 5:30pm PT



































Cascadence is featured in Art Viewer.





Lynn Hershman Leeson is featured in the 13th Gwanju Biennial, “Minds Rising, Spirits Tuning,” directed by Defne Ayas and Natasha Ginwala.





Altman Siegel and Inventory Press are delighted to present Matt Keegan and David Senior, Head of Library and Archives at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, discussing Keegan’s artist’s book, “1996.”⁠

Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 3:00pm PT

View the recording here.



Richard Mosse’s solo show, “Tristes Tropiques,” is on view at Jack Shainman Gallery from April 8 through May 15, 2021.





Altman Siegel is thrilled to host a public discussion over Zoom with New Orleans based artist Zarouhie Abdalian and curators Jackie Clay (Coleman Center), Jenny Gheith (SFMOMA), and Xiaoyu Weng (Guggenheim). We can decide, Zarouhie Abdalian’s solo exhibition currently on view at the gallery, will act as a prompt for this group conversation amongst friends and colleagues. Pieces featured in the show will be discussed in context of work the participants have done together.

Thursday, April 8, 2021, 4:00 PM PT

View the recording here: link





Join us for a VIP Walk-through of Art Basel OVR: Pioneers, hosted by Annina Brunner, VIP Representative Switzerland and Sabine Himmelsbach, Director, HeK, Basel.

Wednesday, March 24, 2021, 11 AM PT





Trevor Paglen discusses the history and evolution of his revolutionary practice with long time friend and social advocate Dennis Scholl.

Hosted by Art Basel, Friday, March 26, 2021, 12:00 PM PST

View the recording here.





Lynn Hershman Leeson’s solo show, “Staged Intimacy,” is on view at Rozenstraat from March 20 through May 29, 2021.





Simon Denny’s solo show, “Mine,” is on view at Petzel Gallery from March 18 through May 15, 2021.





Nate Boyce and Daniel Lopatin’s collaborative NFT, Excess/Harvest, goes live on Foundation on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. The auction is open for 24 hours from the first bid placed.⁠⁠





Lynn Hershman Leeson is featured on the podcast, Mirror with a Memory, in conversation with Martine Syms and American Artist discussing how AI can complicate our relationship to pictures we would otherwise think of as visual “proof.”





Join Omar Kholeif in conversation with Trevor Paglen and special guests Lynn Hershman-Leeson and Saira Ansari for a special online book launch, discussion and signing for Art in the Age of Anxiety.

Sunday, February 14, 2021, 2:00 PM PST






Lynn Hershman Leeson is featured in Living Content in conversation with Adriana Blidaru.





Altman Siegel is pleased to present artist Alex Olson in conversation with art historian and critic, Suzanne Hudson. The two will discuss Olson’s current solo exhibition at the gallery, A Platypus Glows Under Blacklight, and more broadly how it sits within the painter’s broader practice.

Saturday, January 30, 2021, 3:00pm PT

View the recording here.





Altman Siegel and soft network, a cooperative platform for collective arts programming, are pleased to present Reclaiming Network, a public, open forum discussion in which the project’s ideas will be workshopped and discussed as part of a meditation on the significance of collectivity. The content that each artist has contributed to the Altman Siegel online viewing room as well on Rachel Comey’s website and in her NYC store will be introduced by each participant. The group will also workshop new methods of activating online spaces and marketplaces as a means of addressing shifting concerns of cultural production and survival during this transformational time.

Conversation Participants:
Rachel Comey, Fashion Designer
Gwen Smith, Artist
Chelsea Spengemann, Director, Stan VanDerBeek Archive
Sara VanDerBeek, Artist
Yelena Yemchuk, Artist
Moderated by Claudia Altman-Siegel

Friday, January 29, 2021, 1:00pm PT

View the recording here.





Altman Siegel is pleased to participate in 4 x 8-bridges – an expansion of the 8-bridges website to include thirty-six Northern California art galleries, each showing four carefully selected works as well as a series of talks, webinars, and Zoom walk-throughs the week of January 25-31, 2021.





Matt Keegan is featured in Artforum in conversation with Domenick Ammirati about his artist book 1996 and the past and future Democratic Party.





We are pleased to announce that Lynn Hershman Leeson and Richard Mosse are 2020 VIA grant recipients!





Richard Mosse is featured in The Monocle Weekly in conversation with Augustin Macellari.





Chris Johanson’s solo show, “Subject Matter, Unblivion, Peace Train of Thought | How I figured Out How to Have a Show in 2021,” at The Modern Institute is now on view.





!Women Art Revolution by Lynn Hershman Leeson is featured in SFMOMA’s five-part program of films by women that foreground the possibilities of resistance and activism as it critiques power structures. The film will be available to stream online from December 16-22, 2020.





Richard Mosse is featured in VICE discussing his infrared images capturing the mass destruction of the Amazon rainforest





Emily Wardill’s film I gave my love a cherry that had no stone is streaming from December 7-13, 2020 on eFlux Video & Film.
































I Yield My Time, Fuck you! is featured in Contemporary Art Daily.






Simon Denny has released a limited edition silk scarf titled, “Berlin Blue,” with Berlin Program for Artists. All proceeds benefit next year’s program for this free, peer to peer artist mentoring initiative founded in 2016 by Denny, Angela Bulloch, and Willem de Rooij.





Altman Siegel is pleased to announce our participation in Art Basel OVR: Miami Beach taking place December 2 – 6, 2020.





Trevor Paglen is featured in e-flux in conversation with Alessandra Franetovich.



























Emily Wardill’s solo exhibition at Secession, “Night for Day,” is featured on Contemporary Art Daily.




















Lucy Ives discusses Matt Keegan’s “1996” for Art in America.

























Zarouhie Abdalian is a recipient of the 2020 Painters & Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation.



























Williams College Museum of Art is hosting a lecture with Trevor Paglen discussing his body of work regarding surveillance, data collection, and artificial intelligence.

November 6, 2020 at 6:00 pm ET. To RSVP, kindly register here: link























Matt Keegan is featured in “Artists’ Artists: Part One” in Frieze nominating Democracy: A Project by Group Material, 1987 – 1989, as an artwork that has been influential to him.





















SculptureCenter is hosting a book launch for the release of Matt Keegan’s “1996” on October 10, 2020, at 6:00 pm ET. Visit SculptureCenter’s website to learn more.




























For the inaugural edition of 8-bridges, Altman Siegel is pleased to announce new works addressing the mask as an identity construct by legendary Feminist artist Lynn Hershman Leeson. 8-bridges is a new online enterprise connecting Bay Area art and culture.




























Lynn Hershman Leeson will be in conversation with Apsara DiQuinzio, Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art and Phyllis C. Wattis MATRIX Curator at Berkeley Museum of Art Pacific Film Archive, as they tour Hershman Leeson’s exhibition. The event will take place on Friday, September 25, 3:00 pm PT.





















Emily Wardill’s exhibition, “Night for Day,” at Vienna Secession is on view from September 17 – November 8, 2020.





Trevor Paglen is featured in The New York Times discussing the history of photography and its relationship to state surveillance.
























Lynn Hershman Leeson will be in conversation with New Museum Curator Margot Norton on August 6, 2020 at 4:00 pm PT in anticipation of her upcoming exhibition, “Twisted.” Visit the New Museum website to learn more.



























Lynn Hershman Leeson is featured in Frieze discussing her experiments with digital avatars and viral antibodies.



















Altman Siegel is pleased to announce our participation in UNTITLED, ART Online, a virtual-reality art fair experience, taking place July 31 – August 2, 2020.





Artists Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson, and Trevor Paglen join Claudia Schmuckli, Curator-in-Charge of Contemporary Art and Programming, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and curator of Uncanny Valley: Being Human in the Age of AI, in a conversation about the political stakes of artificial intelligence. The event will take place via Zoom on Tuesday, July 28, 11:00 am PT. Visit the UNTITLED, ART Online website to learn more.























To celebrate his solo exhibition at Altman Siegel, Trevor Paglen will discuss his new work and its relationship to 19th Century photography with noted historian and author, Tyler Green. The event will take place on Thursday, July 30, 4:00 pm PT.



























Simon Denny is featured in Frieze discussing his update of Class Struggle, a socialist alternative to Monopoly, originally published in 1978.



















For Fondamenta, an online project presented by Artissima, Altman Siegel is pleased to feature a solo presentation with K.R.M. Mooney.  Fondamenta is on view from June 5 – July 5, 2020.



















Altman Siegel is pleased to present work by Matt Keegan, Liam Everett, Laeh Glenn, and Chris Johanson for FAIR, an online art fair initiative hosted by the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) in partnership with Artlogic. FAIR is on view from May 20 – June 21, 2020.






















Dispatch from New Orleans, by Zarouhie Abdalian – April 22, 2020






Trevor Paglen is featured in The New York Times discussing his work on AI.






















la voie lactée – Liam Everett – April 1, 2020





Touch – Koak – March 19, 2020





Koak’s solo exhibition, “Return to Feeling,” is featured on Hypebeast.





Ann Binlot interviews Simon Denny on his exhibition “Security Through Obscurity” for Document.





Simon Denny’s exhibition “Security Through Obscurity” is covered by Vanessa Friedman for The New York Times.





Simon Denny’s solo exhibition “Security Through Obscurity” is featured in the San Francisco Chronicle Datebook.

Zarouhie Abdalian is featured in Art Viewer for her participation in “Higher! Higher! Lower, Lower, Louder! Louder! Softer, Softer” at Shimmer in Rotterdam.





Shannon Ebner’s solo exhibition, “WET WORDS IN A HOT FIELD” at Altman Siegel is featured in Contemporary Art Daily.





Amanda Dalla Villa Adams interviews Zarouhie Abdalian for Sculpture Magazine.






Richard Mosse’s exhibition, “Incoming,” is now on view at the National Gallery of Art through March 22nd, 2020.






Emily Wardill’s solo show, “Bi,” at Kohta is on view from November 14 through December 21, 2019. Photo: Jussi Tiainen.





Chris Johanson’s solo show, “Paintings,” at Galleri Nicolai Wallner is now on view starting November 8, 2019. Photo: Anders Sune Berg





Richard Mosse’s solo presentation, “Incoming,” at SFMOMA is now on view from October 26, 2019 through February 17, 2020. Photo: Kramlich Collection; NGV Triennial, National Gallery of Victoria, Southbank, Australia





K.R.M. Mooney’s solo exhibition, “Ores,” at David Dale Gallery, is featured in Contemporary Art Daily.





SF Weekly covers Richard Mosse’s concurrent exhibitions at SFMOMA and Altman Siegel. “Incoming” is on view at the museum from October 26, 2019 through February 7, 2020.





Richard Mosse’s solo exhibition, “Ultra,”on view at Altman Siegel was reviewed by Hannah Maier-Katkin for The Brooklyn Rail.





Trevor Paglen’s exhibition, Machine Visions, is now on view at the Nam June Paik Art Center from October 16, 2019 through February 2, 2020. Trevor Paglen is the winner of the 2018 Nam June Paik Art Center Prize.





Trevor Paglen’s new commission for The Curve at the Barbican Centre, “From ‘Apple’ to ‘Anomaly’,” opens on September 26, 2019 is on view through February 16, 2020. Image: ©️ Tim P. Whitby / Getty Images





Liam Everett’s solo exhibition, “Get Up With It,” is on view at the Galerie Art & Essai from September 20 – October 24, 2019. The show is produced in collaboration with the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Rennes, which will present a solo exhibition of Everett’s work from October 6 – November 10, 2019.





Zarouhie Abdalian and Joseph Rosenzweig are featured in the 5th Ural Biennial in Russia curated by Xiaoyu Weng. The Biennial is on view September 12 — December 1, 2019. Image: “Rhymes and Reckonings (for Sverdlovsk and Yekaterinburg),” 2019, Fixtures, tools, motors, electronics, and text, dimensions variable.





Richard Mosse’s upcoming exhibition at SFMOMA, “Incoming,” is featured in “Here Are 23 Outstanding Museum Shows Across the US That You Won’t Want to Miss This Fall” by Artnet.





Trevor Paglen’s solo show, “The Shape of Clouds,” opens on September 4, 2019 at Pace Gallery, Geneva. The show will be on view through October 19, 2019.





Sara VanDerBeek’s solo exhibition, “Roman Women,” was reviewed by Emma Drew for KQED.





Sara VanDerBeek is included in a feature for Photograph Magazine by Glen Helfand on three notable shows in Northern California this summer providing examples of how sculpture, and the idea of sculpture, are explored in photo-based work.





Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in the SF Art Book Fair held July 19 – July 21, 2019 at Minnesota Street Project. We will be showcasing unique objects, publications, artworks, and special editions from Zarouhie Abdalian, Jessica Dickinson, Shannon Ebner, Liam Everett, Johanna Jackson, Chris Johanson, Matt Keegan, Koak, K.R.M. Mooney, Richard Mosse, Alex Olson, Trevor Paglen, Will Rogan, and Emily Wardill.

Preview – Friday 6-10pm
Saturday 11am-6pm
Sunday 11am-5pm

1275 Minnesota Street
San Francisco, CA 94107





Trevor Paglen and the Kronos Quartet will be presenting “Sight Machine,” a multimedia performance putting a string quartet under the gaze of machine-vision and artificial intelligence, at the Barbican Centre in London on Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 8:30pm.






Hyperallergic covers “Stray: A Graphic Tone” the new, gate-fold LP from Fonograf Editions produced by Shannon Ebner. The vinyl pairs recordings and archival material of poets Susan Howe and Nathaniel Mackey spanning from 1991-2018. LP available for purchase here.

LP cover image: A SIDE by Shannon Ebner (2018). Original floor design by Elizabeth LeCompte from The Wooster Group’s production EARLY SHAKER SPIRITUALS: A RECORD ALBUM INTERPRETATION. Photographed at The Performing Garage, New York, New York on July 5th, 2018.





Fanny Singer reviews Matt Keegan’s solo exhibition at Altman Siegel, “Use Your Words” (February 28 – April 20, 2019), for the summer issue of Frieze.





The SS issue of Kaleidoscope Magazine features Richard Mosse in conversation with Forensic Architecture.

Garth Weiser’s forthcoming solo show opens May 15, 2019 at Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong. The show will be on view through June 27, 2019.





Matt Keegan has been named the Sculpture Center’s 2019 Public Commissions Artist. Keegan’s what was & what is distills real estate development’s rhetorical and visual devices in an object that speaks the language of urban development while prompting opportunity for reflection on the fastest-growing neighborhood in New York City. The sculpture will be on view from May 12 – August 28, 2019.





Koak’s first solo show in London at Union Pacific, “Holding breath,” opens May 3, 2019 and runs through June 2, 2019





K.r.m. Mooney will be lecturing at the California College of Arts Timken Hall, co-hosted by Graduate Fine Arts and Jewelry + Metal Arts on April 17, 2019 from 7:30 – 9 pm.





The University of Georgia, Lamar Dodd School of Art names Trevor Paglen  as the 2019-2020 Dodd Chair. Paglen will also be in residence, developing a new body of work that will be exhibited in Athens, Georgia in the Fall of 2020.





Shannon Ebner will be in conversation with artist Zoe Leonard on March 27th, 2019 at Pratt Institute’s Higgins Hall Auditorium, Brooklyn Campus. The public lecture takes place from 7 pm  – 8:30 pm.





Women & Museums” pairs Sara VanDerBeek’s photographs with a selection of objects that the artist culled from Mia’s collection, objects that resonate with her experiences. The exhibition is on view at Minneapolis Institute of Art’s Harrison Photography Gallery through July 28, 2019.





Shannon Ebner’s solo museum show “Stray: A Graphic Tone” is currently on view at Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University through June 16, 2019.





The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego will open Trevor Paglen: Sites Unseen ThursdayFebruary 21. The exhibition will run through Sunday, June 2, 2019.





K.r.m. Mooney’s solo exhibition Näcre is an Artforum Critic’s Pick.





LE Artadia 2019-web

Artadia will present a limited edition of 20 sculptures designed by Liam Everett at Untitled, San Francisco 2019. The unique ceramic pieces were made on the occasion of Artadia’s 20th Anniversary Benefit. Included in their booth is work by 2018 Awardee K.r.m. Mooney.





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Altman Siegel is pleased to present a solo booth of work by photographer Richard Mosse for FOG Design+Art Fair 2019.






Koak’s solo exhibition “Breaking the Prairie” is on view at Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles

December 15 through January 19, 2019.





Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in the 2018 SF Art Book Fair July 20 – July 22
at Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco. We will be showcasing unique objects, catalogues,
newly-published artist monographs and special editions from Zarouhie Abdalian, Jessica Dickinson,
Shannon Ebner, Liam Everett, Chris Johanson, Matt Keegan, Alex Olson, Trevor Paglen, Will Rogan,
Sara VanDerBeek and Emily Wardill.






Altman Siegel is pleased to present a solo presentation by Matt Keegan for CONDO New York
at David Lewis, 88 Eldridge St, 5th Floor, June 29 – July 27, 2018.





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Will Rogan is included in Artwork for Bedrooms, curated by CCA’s Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice
2018, at The Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, March 15 – May 12, 2018.





Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in The Dallas Art Fair, April 12 – April 15, 2018, Booth B6.
We will be featuring new work by Liam Everett, Shinpei Kusanagi, Alex Olson and Trevor Paglen.





Shinpei Kusanagi is included in “Black & White & In Between: Contemporary Art from the Frederick
R. Weisman Art Foundation,” on view March 11 through May 27, 2018 at the Carnegie Art Museum,
Oxnard, California.






Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in ADAA: The Art Show 2018 with a solo presentation
of new work by Liam Everett. February 28 – March 4 at the Park Avenue Armory, New York.






Claudia Altman-Siegel will participate in the ArtsWest panel Women Who Transformed Art in the West
February 24, 2018 at Minnesota Street Project. The symposium also features Arnold J. Kemp,
Claudia Schmuckli, Guerilla Girl Käthe Kollwitz, Renny Pritikin and Hung Liu.





Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in Art Los Angeles Contemporary, January 25 – 28, 2018,
at The Barker Hangar, Santa Monica. Presenting a selection of new work by Shannon Ebner, Laeh Glenn,
Chris Johanson, K.r.m. Mooney, Alex Olson, Trevor Paglen and Sara VanDerBeek.







Liam Everett’s new monograph, Without an Audience, published by Altman Siegel and kamel mennour,
Paris/London, and designed by Colpa Press is currently available for sale at the gallery or via email.
The publication includes contributions by Jenny Gheith, Jonathan Griffin, Hope Mohr and Liam Everett.





Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in FOG Design+Art 2018 at Fort Mason, San Francisco,
January 11 – 14, 2018, booth 102. Presenting work by Chris Johanson, Matt Keegan, Shinpei Kusanagi
and Alex Olson.







Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in Art Basel Miami Beach 2017: December 7 – 10,
Galleries Section, Booth H10 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Presenting work by Zarouhie Abdalian, Liam Everett, Laeh Glenn, Devin Leonardi, Alex Olson,
Trevor Paglen, Sara VanDerBeek and Emily Wardill.





Matt Keegan: Replicate is on view at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge
opening October 19 and on view through January 7, 2018







In conjunction with Liam Everett’s 2017 SECA Art Award exhibition at SFMOMA on view through
September 17:
Durational performance with Tyler Cross every Tuesday 3:30–4:30pm
Open rehearsal with Hope Mohr Dance every Thursday 4–6pm





Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in the 2017 SF Art Book Fair with selected books and
editions by the gallery artists:

1275 Minnesota Street
San Francisco, CA 94107

Preview – Friday, July 21st – 6pm – 10pm
Saturday, July 22nd – 11am – 6pm
Sunday, July 23rd – 11am – 5pm






Altman Siegel hosts a panel discussion for the exhibition From Counterculture to Cyberculture
on July 22 at 12:00 pm. The panel features the exhibition curator, David Lewis, as well as Fred Turner,
K.r.m. Mooney and Jon Winet and will be moderated by Natasha Boas.






Altman Siegel is participating in LISTE, Art Fair Basel, June 13 – 18 with work by Shinpei Kusnaagi,
Will Rogan and Sara VanDerbeek





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Emily Wardill’s exhibition “It’s not what it looks like,” at Altman Siegel is an Artforum Critics’ Pick





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Emily Wardill is included in the Biennale of Moving Images, curated by Faena Art and on view at the
Faena Art Center in Buenos Aires May 23 – 30. Traveling from Miami Beach, the biennale is co-produced
with the Center d’Art Contemporain Genève and curated by Andrea Bellini in collaboration with
Cecilia Alemani, Caroline Bourgeois and Elvira Dyangani Ose.






Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in Frieze New York 2017
at Randall’s Island Park, May 5 – 7, Booth D40. Including work by Zarouhie Abdalian,
Jessica Dickinson, Liam Everett, Laeh Glenn, Matt Keegan, Devin Leonardi and
Trevor Paglen as well as an installation by Shannon Ebner conceived specially for Frieze.






Chris Johanson’s solo exhibition Possibilities opens April 6 at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York
and runs thru May 13






Shannon Ebner’s new publication, A Public Character, published by Roma Publications on occasion of her
solo exhibition at The ICA Miami. Publication includes texts by Alex Gartenfeld, Bruce Hainley, Laura Hoptman,
Eileen Myles and Ellen Salpeter. click to Purchase.





Matt Keegan’s solo exhibition, Generation, on view at Participant Inc., New York, is on view through
February 12 and was recently reviewed in The New York Times.






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Altman Siegel will exhibit new work by Sara VanDerBeek and Trevor Paglen at FOG Art+Design, Fort Mason,
San Francisco, January 11 – January 15, booth 116.






Nate Boyce is included in Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 short film program “Best Dressed Chicken in Town”
Wednesday, November 30 – Saturday, December 3 at the SoundScape Park, Miami





Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in the inaugural San Francisco Art Book Fair. Join us
July 22nd through July 24th at the Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco. We will be featuring
publications from our gallery artists as well as limited editions and a selection of works on paper.






Trevor Paglen is nominated for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016
and is included in the exhibition of nominees at The Photographers’ Gallery, London
open now and up through July 3






K.r.m. Mooney’s solo exhibition Oscine at Reserve Ames, Los Angeles, opens April 10 and on view through
June 5. A curated library by Anthony Huberman will accompany the exhibition.







Painting: For and Against
A panel discussion regarding the continued relevance of painting as a contemporary art form
With Liam Everett, Andrew McClintock, K.r.m. Mooney and John Zurier.
Moderated by Leigh Markopoulos
Saturday April 23, 2016 at 3pm at Altman Siegel
In conjunction with the final day of Liam Everett’s exhibition The Elephant Calf







Claudia Altman-Siegel quoted in the Observer on digital art and the newest trends
in domestic design






Liam Everett’s The Elephant Calf reviewed in SF Weekly and on view at
Altman Siegel through April 23






Trevor Paglen featured in the new issue of Kaleidoscope





Matt Keegan’s new publication OR recently published by Inventory Press.
The monograph expands on his recent solo exhibition at Rogaland Kunstsenter,
Norway and features contributions from Tom McDonough, John Miller,
Sara VanDerBeek, Anna Craycroft, Uri Aran, Leslie Hewitt and James Richards.
Hardcover, 124 pages, color illustrations, 7.5 x 10 inches. Purchase






Altman Siegel is participating in FOG Design+Art 2016 with a solo presentation of work by Trevor Paglen
January 14-17, 2016  Fort Mason Festival Pavilion, San Francisco – Booth 110.  The San Francisco Chronicle
previews Altman Siegel’s presentation as well as 7×7.

Sunday, January 17 join Claudia Altman-Siegel at 1:00 pm in the FOG theater for a conversation about
the Changing Face of San Francisco’s Art Scene.  Also speaking is Alison Gass, associate director
of collections, exhibitions, and curatorial affairs, Cantor Arts Center; Jonn Herschend, co-founder,
The Thing Quarterly and Deborah Rappaport, co-founder, Minnesota Street Project.






Laeh Glenn in Background/Foreground at Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm
January 14 – February 20







Installation view of Liam Everett’s exhibition 1970-1974 at Office Baroque, Brussels
October 30 – December 12, 2015






Altman Siegel at NADA Miami Beach 2015.  Solo presentation by Laeh Glenn
December 3 – 5, 2015  The Fontainebleau Miami Beach Booth 3.14
4441 Collins Ave  Miami Beach, FL  33140






Zarouhie Abdalian at the Exploratorium, San Francisco
October 29 – December 13
October 29: Functions Enactments
November 8: Situational Music Concert
November 15: Functions Enactments
December 10: Functions Enactments
December 13: Functions Enactments





Liam Everett interviewed in Cultured Magazine for his new, limited edition artist’s book, Inutile,
published by Altman Siegel, On Stellar Rays and RITE Editions. Book launch, performance
and talk at Kadist, San Francisco, Wednesday, October 21






Installation view of Clocks and other problems
Will Rogan’s solo exhibition at Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
October 4 – November 15





Shannon Ebner: Auto Body Collision
A new catalogue published by Carnegie Museum of Art.
Essays by Alex Klein, Tina Kukielski and Mark Owens,
as well as 150 never-before-published photographs.






















Trevor Paglen debuts a trailer for his upcoming exhibition at Metro Pictures, New York

Artist talks regarding the exhibition:

Tuesday September 8, 6:30-8 PM:
Trevor Paglen in conversation with Negar Azimi, senior editor of Bidoun.
NeueHouse 110 East 25th Street, New York, NY
RSVP essential:

Wednesday September 9, 7-8 PM:
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Nan Tucker McEvoY Auditorium
8th and G Streets, NW, Washington, DC

Saturday September 12, 1 PM:
Metro Pictures
519 West 24th Street, New York, NY







Inutile by Liam Everett 

Artist’s book printed by RITE EDITIONS, Altman Siegel and On Stellar Rays. Clay pigment printed, hard cover and stitch bound in an edition of 45. With text by Bruno Tollon and an essay by Rabih Alameddine.







Zarouhie Abdalian in Figure 8

Zarouhie Abdalian, Luis Miguel Bendaña, Joshua Citarella, Mariah Dekkenga,
Channa Horwitz, Karin Sander, Siebren Versteeg, Mike Yaniro
June 26 – August 7, 2015
Clifton Benevento
New York, NY






Matt Keegan in Over & Under

Babette Mangolte & Trisha Brown, Bill Jenkins, Charles Harlan, Diane Simpson,
Haim Steinbach, Kay Rosen, Matt Keegan, Tony Feher, Virginia Overton
June 4 – July 24, 2015
Sikkema Jenkins & Co.
New York, NY





Jessica Dickinson, “Under / Press. / With-This / Hold- / Of-Also / Of/How / Of-More / Of:Know” 

Published by Inventory Press. Under / Press. / With-This / Hold- / Of-Also / Of/How / Of-More / Of:Know
presents eight paintings and their “remainders”—graphite rubbings made of the paintings. Every time the
surface of the paintings changes significantly, a graphite impression is made to transcribe the surface.
These works in turn map the transitive passages of the paintings, becoming their indexes, unfolding time
in a sequence while asserting the materiality of the paintings.  Purchase




Sara VanDerBeek
April 12 – September 20, 2015
Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore, MD





Robert Breer, 69, 1968

YBCA and San Francisco Cinematheque present a screening curated by Nate Boyce

March 3, 2015, 7:00 pm

Nate Boyce curates a screening of short films that have influenced his practice ranging
from the structuralist films of Paul Sharits to experimental animation by Robert Breer,
and many others. The artist provides an introduction and context to the works screened.






Chris Johanson in “A blur, a beautiful blurry blur”
curated by Giti Nourbakhsch

with Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Berta Fischer, Simone Gilges,
Chris Johanson, Stefan Marx, Mike Ploog, Vincent Tavenne, Ina Weber

Galerie Karin Guenther
Hamburg, Germany
Opening January 29, 2015




==#2 edited by Matt Keegan

==#2 is a non-thematic arts publication contained in a box with a 96-page bound volume featuring
artist-to-artist interviews, texts, and transcriptions. Six loose multiples are also included.

Contributors include: Sam Anderson, Uri Aran, Fia Backström, Darren Bader, Judith Barry, Stefania
Bortolami, Daniel Bozhkov, Milano Chow, Anna Craycroft, Lucky DeBellevue, Cristina Delgado,
Haytham El-Wardany, Jake Ewert, Vincent Fecteau, Corrine Fitzpatrick, Harrell Fletcher, Rachel
Foullon, Aurélien Froment, Kenny Greenberg, Calla Henkel, Leslie Hewitt, Jaya Howey, Adelita
Husni-Bey, Iman Issa, Ruba Katrib, Jill Magid, Jo Nigoghossian, Aaron Peck, Max Pitegoff, David
Placek, Olivia Plender, Lisa Robertson, Andrew Russeth, Amy Sillman, Diane Simpson, Greg Parma
Smith, Jessica Stockholder, Martine Syms, and Anicka Yi.




Chris Johanson elucidates the great confluence of Sun, Tree, and Taco over at KQED’sArt School



December 5, 2013 

Trevor Paglen on The Creators Project 

“Trevor Paglen Documents Government Secrecy
Through Photography”


Zarouhie Abdalian review in Artforum 

by Gwen Allen, Artforum, December 2013


November 1, 2013 

Nate Boyce at MoMA PS1 

“R Plus 6 / Affect Index,” November 3, 4 – 7pm,
MoMA PS1, New York


May 18, 2013 

Chris Johanson at MOCA 

“Within The River of Time Is My Mind,”
June 29 – September 22, 2013,
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles


April 30, 2013 

Matt Keegan at Galeria Pedro Cera 

“Horizon,” April 12 – June 1, 2013, Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisboa, Portugal


March 29, 2013 

Shannon Ebner review in Artforum 

by Lauren O’Neill-Butler, Artforum, April 2013


Trevor Paglen review in Artforum 

by Eva Diaz, Artforum, April 2013


March 19, 2013 

Shannon Ebner on Bernd and Hilla Becher 

Artists on Artists Lecture Series, March 25, 2013,
Dia Art Foundation, New York


Liam Everett is recipient of the 2013
Richard Diebenkorn Teaching Fellowship at
San Francisco Art Institute 

Art & Education, March 2013


Liam Everett receives 2013 Artadia Grant 

Gallerist NY, February 2013


Trevor Paglen ‘The Last Pictures’ review in
The New York Times

‘The Last Pictures,’ by Holland Cotter, The New York Times, February 28, 2013


Garth Weiser at Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum 

‘Pattern: Follow the Rules,’ March 22 – June 23, 2013,
Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI


January 31, 2013 

“New Year’s Day Swimmers” reviewed on
Daily Serving

by Amelia Sechman, Daily Serving, January 31, 2013


December 14, 2012 

Trevor Paglen in Frieze 

“Horror Vacui,” by George Pendle, Frieze, January 2013


Shinpei Kusanagi at Taka Ishii 

“where water comes together with other water,” January 25 – March 9, 2013, Taka Ishii, Tokyo, Japan


December 14, 2012 

Liam Everett on Frieze 

“If I could sleep I might make love. I’d go into the woods. My eyes would see… the sky, the earth. I’d run, run, they wouldn’t catch me.”
November 1 – January 5, 2013, Altman Siegel, San Francisco


Emily Wardill at ARTES 

“The Third Person,” December 7, 2012 – February 10, 2013,
ARTES – Fundação Manuel António da Mota, Lisbon, Portugal


December 8, 2012 

Matt Keegan chosen as Best of Art Basel
Miami Beach

“Best of Art Basel Miami Beach 2012,”


December 5, 2012 

Liam Everett on Artforum Critics’ Picks 

“If I could sleep I might make love. I’d go into the woods. My eyes would see… the sky, the earth. I’d run, run, they wouldn’t catch me.”
November 1 – January 5, 2013, Altman Siegel, San Francisco


November 9, 2012 

Trevor Paglen on Artforum Critics’ Picks 

“The Uninvited Guest,” September 15 – November 25, 2012, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, United Kingdom


November 6, 2012 

Emily Wardill on the cover of Art in America 

“Borderlands,” by Kirsty Bell, Art in America,
November 2012


October 16, 2012 

Trevor Paglen in The New Yorker 

“Prying Eyes,” by Jonah Weiner, The New Yorker,
October 22, 2012


October 5, 2012 

Nate Boyce and Liam Everett 

Nominated for SFMOMA SECA Art Award 2012


Shannon Ebner 

“Things, Words and Consequences,” curated by Sanya Kantarovsky and Stas Shuripa, September 15 – October 14, 2013, Moscow Museum of Art, Russia


Shannon Ebner and Sara VanDerBeek 

Daegu Photo Biennale, curated by Charlotte Cotton, September 20 – October 28, 2012, Daegu, South Korea


Chris Johanson 

Feature in Artforum, written by Jon Raymond, October 2012


Matt Keegan 

“Y? O! G… A.” with Eileen Quinlan, curated by Matthew Lyons, October 31-December 22, 2012, The Kitchen, New York


Trevor Paglen 

“The Last Pictures” book launch and speaking tour


“In the Holocene,” curated by Joao Ribas, October 19 – January 6, 2013, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts


“How Much Fascism?” September 29 – December 23, 2012,
BAK basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht


Guangzhou Triennial 2012: “The Unseen,” curated by Jiang Jiehong and Jonathan Watkins, September 28 – December 16, 2012, Guangzhou, China


Liverpool Biennial: “The Unexpected Guest,” September 15 – November 25, 2012, Cunard Building, Liverpool


“More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness,” July 8, 2012 – January 6, 2013, SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico


Will Rogan 

9th Shanghai Biennale, San Francisco Pavilion, curated by Chris Fitzpatrick, October 2, 2012 – March 31, 2013, Shanghai, China


“When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes,”
curated by Jens Hoffmann, September 13 – December 1, 2012,
Wattis Contemporary Art Center, San Francisco

Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit in 2013


Will Rogan and Sara VanDerBeek 

“Terrain Shift,” November 2, 2012 – February 2, 2012,
The Lumber Room, Portland, OR


Sara VanDerBeek 

2012 Smithsonian Contemporary Artist Award Nominee


October 31 – November 24, 2012, Fondazione Memmo, Rome


Emily Wardill 

“The Third Person,” December 2012, ARTES, Lisbon, Portugal


September 20, 2012 

Will Rogan artist talk at Wattis Institute 

Wednesday, October 17, 7:00 pm, Wattis Institute,
San Francisco, CA


August 2, 2012 

Trevor Paglen on Artforum Critics’ Picks 

“Image Counter Image,” June 10 – September 16, 2012,
Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany


July 25, 2012 

Nate Boyce at San Francisco Film Society 

July 28 – August 11, 2012, San Francisco Film Society,
San Francisco, CA


July 12, 2012 

Trevor Paglen’s The Last Pictures is going to Outer Space this fall 

Commissioned and presented by Creative Time, New York, NY


June 26, 2012 

Chris Johanson and Matt Keegan at Josée Bienvenu 

“Yeah we friends and shit,” June 28 – September 8, 2012, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York, NY


June 5, 2012 

Altman Siegel wins Alice Award 2012 

“Best Emerging Private Gallery,” 1st Annual Alice Awards: Artistic Landmarks in Contemporary Experience


May 25, 2012 

Chris Johanson at Louisana Museum of Modern Art 

“Pink Caviar,” May 24 – August 19, 2012, Louisana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark


May 10, 2012 

Emily Wardill at National Gallery of Denmark 

May 11 – September 16, 2012, National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen


Chris Johanson and Will Rogan at Luggage Store 

“Streetopia,” curated by Erick Lyle, Chris Johanson and Kal Spelletich, May 18 – June 23, 2012, Luggage Store,
San Francisco


May 3, 2012 

Liam Everett at Wattis Institute 

“K,” curated by Juan A. Gaitán, May 31 – June 30, 2012, Wattis Institute, San Francisco, CA


Matt Keegan at Michèle Didier 

“==”, May 12 – June 30, 2012, Michèle Didier, Paris


April 20, 2012 

Trevor Paglen at Adam Art Gallery 

“Dark Sky,” curated by Geoffrey Batchen with Christina Barton, May 1 – July 8, 2012, Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand


April 18, 2012 

Emily Wardill at Serpentine Gallery 

“Fulll Firearms,” Screening April 26, 2012


April 12, 2012 

Shannon Ebner Dia Web Project 

“Language is Wild,” Launching April 12, 2012


April 3, 2012 

Trevor Paglen at Haus der Kunst 

“Image-Counter-Image,” June 10 – September 16, 2012, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany


March 23, 2012 

Will Rogan at Objectif Exhibitions 

“Curtain,” curated by Chris Fitzpatrick, April 21 – June 9, 2012, Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp, Belgium


February 21, 2012 

Garth Weiser at LAND 

“Nothing Beside Remains,” curated by Shamim Momin,
December 10, 2011 – March 10, 2012, Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND), Marfa, TX


February 8, 2012 

Shinpei Kusanagi Exhibitions 

“Fuyu no Tabi,” curated by Jeffrey Rosen, February 13 – April 23, 2012, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL


“Pandemonium,” February 11 – March 3, 2012, XYZ collective, Tokyo, Japan


February 3, 2012 

Nate Boyce at IMO Projects 

February 4 – March 17, 2012, IMO, Copenhagen, Denmark


January 21, 2012 

Emily Wardill at FRAC Champagne-Ardenne 

“The Hands Of A Clock, Even When Out Of Order, Must Know And Let The Dumbest Little Watch Know Where They Stand, Otherwise Neither Is A Dial But Only A White Face With A Trick Mustache”

February 3 – April 22, 2012, curated by Florence Derieux, FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Rheims, France


January 10, 2012 

Emily Wardill at Badischer Kunstverein 

“Fulll Firearms,” January 27 – April 4, 2012, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany


December 15, 2011 

Nate Boyce performing at MOMA and featured in Modern Painters 

Modern Painters, “100 Artists to Watch,” December 2011

“Reliquary House: An Evening with Oneohtrix Point Never
and Nate Boyce,” Saturday, December 17, 2011, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY


December 10, 2011 

Emily Wardill featured in Afterall 

“Circuits and Subterfuge: Emily Wardill and the Body Imaginary,” by Melissa Gronlund

“The Allegorical Impulse, Revisited: Emily Wardill, in Fragments,” by Dieter Roelstraete

Afterall, Issue 28, Autumn/Winter 2011


Matt Keegan, Trevor Paglen, Sara VanDerBeek, and Emily Wardill featured in Artforum Best of 2011 


Trevor Paglen listed as Best of 2011 Critic’s Pick 


December 3, 2011 

Trevor Paglen interview in October 

“Negative Dialectics in the Google Era: A Conversation with Trevor Paglen,” with Julian Stallabrass, October, Fall 2011


December 2, 2011 

Shannon Ebner Exhibitions 

“September 11,” September 11, 2011 – January 9, 2012, curated by Peter Eleey, MoMA PS1, Long Island City, NY


“Ecstatic Alphabets,” May 6 – August 27, 2012, curated by Laura Hoptman, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY


Dia Art Foundation, Spring 2012, Artists’ Web Project


October 18, 2011 

Trevor Paglen at Arts Santa Mónica 

October 14, 2011 – March 4, 2012


October 11, 2011 

Garth Weiser in Art in America 

September 2011


Will Rogan at Art In General 

“Walking Forward-Running Past”
September 23 – December 10, 2011


October 7, 2011 

Will Rogan at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 

December 9, 2011 – April 3, 2012


Emily Wardill at Contemporary Art Museum
St. Louis

September 9, 2011 – December 30, 2011


October 6, 2011 

Chris Johanson Exhibition and Performance 

“Le Printemps de Septembre: Another World,” Curated by
Anne Pontégnie, September 23 – December 17, 2011,
Toulouse, France


SECA Awards 50th Anniversary Reception, March 15, 2012,
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Chris Johanson will be curating music for the event, including a performance by the artist’s band Sun Foot


Matt Keegan Exhibitions 

“Found in Translation,” January 28 – April 9, 2012, Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin, Germany


“Circulate,” November 4 – December 7, 2011,
Fotografie Museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands


“Short Stories,” November 12 – December 4, 2011, SculptureCenter, Long Island City, NY


“The Air We Breathe,” November 05, 2011 – February 20, 2012, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art


“Exposure: Matt Keegan, Katie Paterson, Heather Rasmussen,” September 3, 2011 – March 4, 2012,
The Art Institute of Chicago


October 5, 2011 

Chris Johanson at Malmo Konsthall 

September 10 – November 27, 2011


Sara VanDerBeek at the Hammer Museum,
Los Angeles

September 10, 2011 – January 8, 2012


Shannon Ebner at the Hammer Museum,
Los Angeles

July 16 – October 9, 2011


May 6, 2011 

Trevor Paglen featured on the cover of Artforum, May 2011 

Open Secret: The work of art between disclosure and redaction
by Pamela M. Lee


Trevor Paglen is a recipient of the 2011-2012 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow Grant 

Trevor Paglen in After the Gold Rush:
photographs from the collection

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
March 22, 2011 – January 2, 2012

The exhibition’s title, After the Gold Rush, is taken from a classic 1970 song by Neil Young, whose verses contrast a romanticized past with a present of squandered plenty and an uncertain future. Inspired by the recent political and economic upheavals in America and abroad, this selection juxtaposes new photographs that take the long view of the world’s current condition with prescient works from the 1980s and 1990s that remain startlingly relevant today… PRESS RELEASE 

Trevor Paglen exhibition at Vienna Secession reviewed in Frieze, May 2011 


New Exhibition Catalogue from Secession available 

Images of the Black World
with essay by Brian Holmes 

Trevor Paglen featured in Art Review Future Greats, March 2011 


Shannon Ebner upcoming solo project at the Hammer Museum in collaboration with LAX Art 

Los Angeles, CA
July 2011



Altman Siegel to exhibit at Liste 16

Featuring new work by Shannon Ebner, Emily Wardill,
Will Rogan and Devin Leonardi
Basel, Switzerland
June 13-19, 2011



Chris Johanson featured in Art Parcours

Art Basel 42, curated by Jens Hoffman, June 15-19, 2011, Basel, Switzerland



Shinpei Kusanagi solo show at
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery

April 9 – June 16, 2011, Tokyo, Japan




Matt Keegan in Frieze Focus

“Historical, social and political questions: ‘how did we get here?'” by Naomi Fry

Frieze Magazine, May 2011




Matt Keegan and Sara VanDerBeek in
The Anxiety of Photography

May 13 – July 17, 2011, Aspen Art Museum




March 10, 2011

Will Rogan at the Luggage Store Gallery

“BULLET TRAIN LA/SF Round Tripp,” curated by Ruby Neri and Julia Leonard, March 12 – April 16, 2011




February 12, 2011

Shannon Ebner and Emily Wardill to be included in the 54th Venice Biennale

“Illuminations,” curated by Bice Curiger, June 4 – November 27, 2011, Arsenale, Venice, Italy




Matt Keegan at D’Amelio Terras

April 23 – June 04, 2011




Devin Leonardi at Broadway 1602

Spring 2011




Garth Weiser at Casey Kaplan

May 10 – June 25, 2011



November 26, 2010 

Trevor Paglen at Kunsthall Oslo 

November 6th-December 3rd 2010
Kunsthall Oslo, Trelastgata 3, 0191 Oslo

Please join us for the opening on Friday
November 5th at 7pm

Marte Eknas – Overlay
Trevor Paglen – The Other Night Sky
Mierle Laderman Ukeles – Hartford Wash
Dziga Vertov – Kino Pravda


October 26, 2010 

Will Rogan in Artforum, November 2010 

Will Rogan’s “Stay Home” at Altman Siegel by Franklin Melendez. Download the article here

Emily Wardill nominated for Futures Generation Art Prize 

On October 30 the PinchukArtCentre presents a group show of the 21 shortlisted artists for the Future Generation Art Prize

The PinchukArtCentre has the honour to present an exhibition of the 21 artists shortlisted for the Future Generation Art Prize 2010. The group show features works submitted for the competition as well as brand new works specially made for the show. It will open on October 30 and will last till January 9, 2011…

An international jury will chose and announce the winner of the main prize on December 10, 2010 in Kiev. The jury includes Daniel Birnbaum (Sweden), Okwui Enwezor (Nigeria), Yuko Hasegawa (Japan), Ivo Mesquita (Brazil), Eckhard Schneider (Germany), Robert Storr (USA) and Ai Weiwei (China). The winner will receive a generous prize of $60,000 in cash and $40,000 to be invested in the production of new work…


Will Rogan at Laurel Gitlen, New York 

New Problems
Will Rogan
October 29 – December 19, 2010 

October 5, 2010 

Emily Wardill Wins Jarman Award 

Film London and Channel 4 in association with the UK’s Whitechapel Gallery have announced that the winner of this year’s Jarman Award is Emily Wardill.

Wardill was announced as the winner of the award at an event at the Whitechapel on Tuesday, October 5, following screenings of work by Wardill and the other 2010 shortlisted artists Spartacus Chetwynd, Ben Rivers, and Zineb Sedira.

Wardill receives a $15,900 cash prize and a broadcast commission to make four artworks for Channel 4’s Three Minute Wonder strand. The rest of the shortlist receive $1,600 each. This year’s jury included: John Akomfrah, filmmaker; Iwona Blazwick, director of the Whitechapel Gallery; Avi Grewal of Channel 4 documentaries; Mark Rappolt, editor of ArtReview; artist Gillian Wearing; and Stuart Comer, film curator at Tate Modern. 

Matt Keegan solo show at Neon Parc, Melbourne 

The Story of a Window
Matt Keegan and Dane Mitchell
October 20 – November 20, 2010 

September 24, 2010 

Sara VanDerBeek in The New York Times, September 19 2010 

Feature article by Carol Kino: Putting Memories to New Use 

September 7, 2010 

Emily Wardill featured on the cover of Frieze Magazine, September 2010 

With feature article by Jennifer Higgie: Chaos Theory 

Sara VanDerBeek solo show at the Whitney Museum 

Curated by Tina Kukielski
September 17, 2010 – December 5, 2010

Sara VanDerBeek’s quiet semi-abstract photographs are based predominantly on sculptural forms created by the artist. In the past, she has collected pictures from various sources, including art history books, archives, magazines, and newspapers, incorporating them into sculptures that are made only to be photographed in the artist’s studio. (After being photographed, the sculptures are immediately dismantled, and VanDerBeek’s pictures provide the only remaining evidence of the temporary structure.) In her work on view in this exhibition, VanDerBeek continues this practice, yet she couples it with ventures outside the studio to explore the subtle perceptual shifts of the sun…


Chris Johanson: Backwards Towards Forwards 

September 10 – October 16, 2010
Solo exhibition Kavi Gupta, Chicago 

The Color of Black & White: Curated by Chris Johanson 

September 10 – October 16, 2010
Julia Asherman, Gary Groves, Dave Schubert, Masao Yamamoto at Kavi Gupta, Chicago
This exhibition celebrates the beauty of and between black and white. Sometimes when the palette is reduced a vibrant emotional spectrum emerges… PRESS RELEASE 

Matt Keegan and Sara VanDerBeek featured in Image Transfer 

Curated by Sara Krajewski
Henry Art Gallery, Seattle
October 2, 2010 – January 23, 2011

This exhibition spotlights evolving attitudes toward the appropriation, recuperation, and repurposing of extant photographic imagery. Artists, as both producers and consumers in today’s vast image economy, freely adopt and adapt materials from myriad sources. Images culled from the Internet, magazines, newspapers, advertisements, television, films, personal and public archives, studio walls, and from other works of art are all fair game. Image Transfer brings together artists who divert commonplace, even ubiquitous, visual materials into new territories of formal and idiomatic expression.
Featured artists: Sean Dack, Karl Haendel, Jordan Kantor, Matt Keegan, Carter Mull, Lisa Oppenheim, Marlo Pascual, Amanda Ross-Ho, Sara VanDerBeek, Siebren Versteeg, Erika Vogt, Kelley Walker 

Devin Leonardi now works with Broadway 1602, New York 

Broadway 1602 is pleased to announce the addition of Devin Leonardi to their gallery program and will be exhibiting his work at the Frieze Art Fair and Fiac. An upcoming exhibition is planned for February, 2011. 

Shannon Ebner at the Frieze Art Fair 

October 14 – 17, 2010
Shannon Ebner will create two new projects for the upcoming Frieze Art Fair.
Frieze Projects a collaborative installation with Dexter Sinister
Frieze Frame “Agitate” Solo Booth with Altman Siegel [R8] 

Shannon Ebner at Kaufmann Repetto, Milan 

October 10, 2010
Francesca Kaufman will open her new exhibition space at Via di Porta Tenaglia 7, Milan, with an exhibition featuring Shannon Ebner and Thea Djordjadze. 

Trevor Paglen featured in Free
at The New Museum, New York

Curated by Lauren Cornell
October 20, 2010 – January 23, 2011

Today, culture is more dispersed than ever before. The web has broadened both the quantity and kind of information freely available. It has distributed our collective experience across geographic locations; opened up a new set of creative possibilities; and, coextensively, produced a set of challenges. This fall, the New Museum will present “Free,” an exhibition including twenty-three artists working across mediums-including video, installation, sculpture, photography, the internet, and sound -that reflects artistic strategies that have emerged in a radically democratized landscape redefined by the impact of the web…


Trevor Paglen solo show at Vienna Secession 

November 26, 2010 – January 2011
Trevor Paglen’s works offer complex cartographies of US military policy. Using extensive series of photographs, often in large format, he reveals military machinations that are kept hidden from public view… 

Will Rogan included in the 2010 Califonia Biennial 

Curated by Sarah Bancroft
October 24, 2010 – March 13, 2011

The Orange County Museum of Art today announced the artists participating in the upcoming 2010 California Biennial. The Biennial exhibitions are a cornerstone of OCMA’s program and highly anticipated by art enthusiasts and the art world alike. The biennial exhibition continues OCMA’s four-decade history of presenting new developments in contemporary art and identifying new talent on the verge of national and international recognition…


Emily Wardill solo show at the MIT List Visual Arts Center 

Curated by Joao Ribas
October 22, 2010 – January 2, 2011

The MIT List Visual Arts Center is pleased to announce Emily Wardill: Gamekeepers without Game, the first U.S. museum presentation of the work of British artist Emily Wardill. The exhibition will consist of Wardill’s recent feature length film Gamekeepers without Game (2009), as well as screenings of two of the artist’s 16mm films, Ben (2007) and Sick Serena and Dregs and Wreck and Wreck (2007)…


Emily Wardill “windows broken, break, broke together” 

Solo Exbibition
De Appel Museum, Amsterdam
September 18 – November 28, 2010

Opening Friday September 17, from 6 pm onwards Structured around an ongoing dialogue between British artist Emily Wardill and artist/curator Ian White, the solo exhibition “windows broken, break, broke together” is the most extensive exhibition of Wardill’s films to date. Described as ‘brilliant cinematic labyrinths. Visually striking and playfully rigorous’ the films occupy wildly different stylistic positions as a means of re-animating the ways in which form can become the unquestioned carrier of meaning – by the way in which meaning is implied through metaphor or example, inscribed by case studies, fictionalized in props or interpreted in art criticism, status symbols and as the evidence of crime …


We are behind by Emily Wardill & Ian White 

This publication is launched as part of Emily Wardill’s exhibition “windows broken, break, broke together” at de Appel Arts Centre, Amsterdam, 17 September – 28 November 2010. In the beginning, middle and end of the exhibition Emily Wardill and Ian White will give Public Lectures that are conceived as a triptych evolving around essential themes in Wardill’s work. This triptych is the structure on which this book is built…


Garth Weiser at White Flag Projects 

Solo Show
White Flag Projects, St. Louis, MO
September 11 – October 23, 2010

Garth Weiser is best known for his highly graphic paintings that compress the vocabulary of abstraction into dense pastiches of history and technique. For his exhibition at White Flag Projects, Weiser presents three paintings of differing form, each emphasizing their discrete intentionalities and temporal relationships to their substrates and mediums. The works include Wall Painting for White Flag Projects, a temporary mural which occupies the gallery’s largest wall; a second painting rendered in water-soluble media on the exterior of the gallery; and an installation of 150 pages torn from I wouldn’t have worn mascara if I knew I was going to be taking a trip down memory lane, an artists book reproducing Weiser’s 2008 painting of the same title…


August 2010 

Invisible: Covert Operations and Classified Landscapes Trevor Paglen’s first photographic monograph 

With essay by Rebecca Solnit
Published by Aperture, NY

Social scientist, artist, writer, and provocateur, Paglen has been exploring the secret activities of the U.S. military and intelligence agencies-the “black world”-for the last eight years, publishing, speaking, and making astonishing photographs…


Why Not 100 Faces by Chris Johanson 

Cherry Sprout Produce Market, Portland, OR 

July 2010 

Shannon Ebner featured in Rencontres d’Arles Discovery Award 2010 

Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist
July 3 – September 19, 2010

Arles, France traveling to Garage Center for Contemporary Culture from 22th October 2010 to 6th February 2011. 

June 2010 

Shannon Ebner featured in the 6th Berlin Biennial For Contemporary Art 

“What is Waiting out There”
Curated by Kathrin Rhomberg
June 11 – August 8, 2010
KW Institute for Contemporary Art

Chris Johanson is now represented by Altman Siegel Gallery 

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April 2010 

Shannon Ebner on the cover of Artforum 

April, 2010 issue of Artforum features Shannon Ebner’s photograph Erratum Cum Laude on the cover with a feature article, Concrete Poetry: The Art of Shannon Ebner by Tom McDonough. P. 148.

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March 1, 2009 

The Sun as Error by Shannon Ebner 

The Los Angeles based artist Shannon Ebner extends her exploration of photography, sculpture and language in this remarkable book, The Sun as Error. In collaboration with Dexter Sinister (design duo David Reinfurt and Stuart Bailey), The Sun as Error re-investigates the meaning and language of photographs, creating both an open-ended reading of her practice and also rethinking the idea of an artist’s monograph. Far from straightforward, the book interweaves her bodies of work, previously unseen one-off pieces, with the language of technical diagrams, optical illusions, and graphic design. One of the persistent motifs through the book’s sequence is an asterisk and, specifically, one imbued with the legacy of the graphic designer Muriel Cooper. As the first design director for MIT Press and the cofounder of the Visible Language Workshop, Cooper’s legacy for reorienting and repositioning the direction of an artist’s monograph is imaginatively explored in the creative partnership of Dexter Sinister and Shannon Ebner. Artist’s book published by The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Department of Photography, and co-ordinated by Dexter Sinister, New York. Distributed by RAM publications.

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