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Angela Dufresne at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art

Work by Angela Dufresne will be featured in the group exhibition Omniscient at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art in New York, NY from June 18, 2021 - January 2, 2022. The show will examine intersections between queer identity and contemporary digital image culture through three major themes: popular culture as queer iconography, images in the public sphere and mass media, and representation beyond the body. For more information, please visit the Leslie-Lohman website.

Shikeith in Artsy Online Show

Shikeith is featured by Artsy's Editorial team in a recent online group show, "8 LGBTQIA+ Artists on Self-Portraiture and Expressions of Pride," alongside words from the artist about his sculpture, Vessel of Possibility (Self Portrait) III. Other artists include Tommy Kha, Laurence Philomene, Chiffon Thomas, and Zachary Drucker. To read the interview and see the full exhibition, please see the Artsy website.

Mark Ruwedel at Stanford University

A solo exhibition, Between: Artist Books, Albums, and Portfolios from the Mark Ruwedel Photography Archive at Stanford, is on view from May 27 – September 26, 2021, at Stanford University. The exhibition celebrates the university’s recent acquisition of Ruwedel’s archive. A Zoom event featuring Ruwedel, curators Ann Thomas and Peter Blank, and Emeritus Professor Richard White, took place on May 27. For more information, please see the Stanford University website.

Angela Dufresne and Doron Langberg at RISD Museum

Works by Angela Dufresne and Doron Langberg will be included in Any distance between us at the RISD Museum in Providence, RI, from July 17, 2021 – March 13, 2022. The show expands upon co-curator Stephen Truax’s 2018 exhibition at Yossi Milo Gallery, Intimacy. Other artists in the exhibition include Louis Fratino, Deana Lawson, Catherine Opie, and Salman Toor. For more information, please see the museum website.

Shikeith at Crystal Bridges

Work by Shikeith is included in a group exhibition, This Is the Day, from April 24 – August 16, 2021 at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AR. Focusing on the Black church and its role in providing spiritual and political leadership, This Is the Day brings together artistic representations of faith, resilience, and spiritual community across Black communities and history. Other artists in the exhibition include Aaron Turner, Faith Ringgold, and Bruce Davidson. For more information, please see the Crystal Bridges website.

Pieter Hugo at Museum of Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean

Works from Pieter Hugo's series, There’s a Place in Hell for Me and My Friends, are included in a group exhibition at the Museum of Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean in Marseilles, France, from May 19 - June 28, 2021. The exhibition, “Civilization – The Way We Live Now,” draws together a plural portrait of our contemporary world through the work of more than one hundred photographs across five continents. For more information, please see the museum website.

Meghann Riepenhoff at the High Museum of Art

Meghann Riepenhoff is included in a group exhibition, Underexposed: Women Photographers from the Collection, on view at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA through August 1, 2021. The exhibition charts arenas of the photographic medium where women have significantly contributed and often pioneered the field, from photojournalism to process-based work. For more information, please see the museum website.

Angela Dufresne at the Nerman Museum

Angela Dufresne is featured in Evocations from April 20 - December 22, 2021, at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS. The exhibition is a celebration of the museum's diverse permanent collection, organized by former Executive Director and Chief Curator Bruce Hartman. To learn more, please visit the Nerman website.

Alison Rossiter at Carnegie Museum of Art

Work by Alison Rossiter is on view in Controlling the Chaos at Carnegie Museum of Art from November 20, 2020 – June 27, 2021. Exhibited in the museum’s first-ever galleries devoted to photography, the show gathers works from the permanent collection featuring a range of responses to the complexity of contemporary life. For more information, please visit the museum’s website.

Shikeith in The Criterion Collection

Shikeith's film, #blackmendream (2014), is featured in The Criterion Channel’s June 2021 Lineup in celebration of Pride Month. The film is additionally featured alongside a special box set of works by seminal filmmaker and Black gay rights activist Marlon Riggs (1957 – 1994), which comes out later this month. To learn more, please see The Criterion Channel website.

Kyle Meyer at Montclair Art Museum

Work from Kyle Meyer’s Interwoven project is on view in New York to New Mexico: New Acquisitions at Montclair Art Museum, in New Jersey, from February 7 – August 8, 2021. The exhibition showcases American and Native American art and objects recently acquired or donated to the museum’s permanent collection. Other featured artists include Alfred Stieglitz, Norman Lewis and Salvatore Mancini. For more information, please visit the museum’s website.

Kohei Yoshiyuki in Numéro Magazine

Kohei Yoshiyuki’s The Park is featured in Numéro Magazine by writer Alexis Thibault, who describes the dynamics of voyeurism within these scenes of “nocturnal coitus.” Thibault also looks back at the London Tate Modern's 2010 group exhibition, Exposed - Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, which included several of Yoshiyuki’s works. To read the full review, please see the magazine website.