Artist Heidi Hahn will now be represented by Kohn gallery in Los Angeles and Nathalie Karg Gallery in New York.
Kohn will host its first solo show with the New York–based artist in the spring of next year, and Karg has a solo show on tap with her for March of 2020.
The Painting department presents Between the Clock and the Bed, a group exhibition in the Memorial Hall Gallery curated by faculty members Jackie Gendel and Jennifer Packer.
Gender is a constantly shifting, mutating, and expanding concept. How do you tackle something constantly in flux, shifting in perceptions and expectations? A few recent exhibitions have seen the art world take on gender, particularly “Trigger: Gender as a Weapon and as a Tool” at the New Museum.
Some social justice warriors wield brushes. The Kohn Gallery’s latest exhibition, Engender, features 17 contemporary artists who are approaching a study of gender binaries through the classical form of painting. Much of today’s dialogue surrounding equality and acceptance involves the dissolution of strict binaries, and Engender‘s artists are adding a much-needed layer of contemplation to the ongoing conversation about what it means to challenge labels of being.
Born 1982 Los Angeles, CA
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
2014 MFA in Painting, Yale University, New Haven, CT
2006 BFA, The Cooper Union, New York, NY