Every day of the week, Yaddo artists’ work is presented, exhibited, read, published, and performed in venues around the world. You can tell other Yaddo artist alumni and other visitors to the website about your upcoming events on this blog. Simply fill out the form here. Once the listing is approved by the communications manager, it will be posted, with the most-recently approved at the top. The maximum file size for images is 128 MB. We’ll also add events on our own, as they come to our attention.
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June 22, 2017 - September 16, 2017
514 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001
This exhibition was conceived by Jill Moser, and was organized in collaboration with Melissa Meyer. Both have long-standing relationships with gallerist Jill Weinberg Adams, and have had numerous solo shows at Lennon, Weinberg. The gallery opened in Soho in 1988, and for nearly three decades has been stalwart in support of an evolving roster of artists that includes many women, working in a wide range of mediums including painting, video, photography, sculpture, installation and printmaking.
October 20, 2016 - March 15, 2016
Museum of Arts and Design, 2 Columbus Circle, New York
Solo exhibition and curatorial selection from the permanent collection at the Museum of Arts and Design.
But if the Crime is Beautiful… Photo by Jenna Bascom. Courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.
Ana Esteve Llorens
November 11, 2016 - January 12, 2016
Women & Their Work, 1710 Lavaca Street, Austin, Texas
In this solo exhibition at Women & Their Work, Ana Esteve Llorens examines space by creating an ambitious 20-foot long structure made of interlocking panels and a new series of 10 handwoven, naturally dyed textile pieces.
Ana Esteve Llorens, Studies for Future Objects, 2016. Wood, handwoven cotton, and natural dyes.