Paul Pagk, a British-American-French artist based in New York, demonstrates his mastery of color and painting. His first solo exhibition with the gallery in Lower Manhattan was on view until July 9, 2022, at Hionas Gallery.
The phrase Primero soy Boricua resonates in Juan Sánchez's solo show Ricanstructions condiciones que existen at Hutchinson Modern. Twenty-four works of collage, painting, printmaking, and mixed media, spanning from the 1980s to his most recent production in 2022, provide insight into the artist's trajectory, including his activism, political views, and lived experience as a Boricua born in Brooklyn.
In Mia, Hacmon debuts a newly developed artistic language towards Constructivism and incorporates the principles of contemporary security culture.
Paul Pagks first solo exhibition at Miguel Abreu features a selection of twelve large paintings and thirteen works on paper, mostly made over the last three years, allowing us to appreciate the artist's mature style that fluctuates between control, gesturality, and improvisation.
GHOSTMACHINEs inaugural group exhibition, Body Memory, features Bianca Abdi-Boragi, Nicki Cherry, Kyoko Hamaguchi, Calli Roche, and Yvonne Shortt. Their works range in medium, and address the concept of the body from different perspectives. They include examinations of trauma, gestures, values, and physical experiences.