2019
EXHIBITIONS
Nate Lewis
Paris Photo
November 7–10, 2019
Anton Ginzburg and
Dasha Shishkin
October 20–November 20, 2019
ruby onyinyechi amanze and Wura-Natasha Ogunji
you are so loved and lovely
September 8–October 12, 2019
Heather Dewey-Hagborg
At the Temperature of My Body
June 26–August 9, 2019
Heather Dewey-Hagborg's second exhibition with the gallery is a meditation on intimacy and obsession in an emerging world of biotechnological rituals.
Tajh Rust
Passages
May 22–June 21, 2019
Tajh Rust's first solo exhibition examines the lasting impression of transitions and showcases new paintings tracing the passage of time, of bodies through space, and of ideas through text.
Donna Conlon
Grandpa
April 14–May 19, 2019
Donna Conlon’s second exhibition with the gallery features the premiere of her short film "Grandpa" (2015), which pivots around a stream-of-consciousness monologue by Conlon’s father-in-law, afflicted with an advanced stage of Alzheimer’s or dementia.
David Haxton
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April 14 - May 19, 2019
The artist's first exhibition with the gallery will survey his films and photographs from the 1970s through the present. Haxton's work is in numerous museum collections, including MoMA, the Whitney, and the Pompidou.
Nina Katchadourian
IFICATION
February 24 - March 31, 2019
The first New York exhibition of selections from the prominent conceptual artist's traveling museum show, Curiouser, originally organized by the Blanton Museum of Art.
John Driscoll
Slight Perturbations
January 16 - February 16, 2019
For his first solo exhibition with the gallery, John Driscoll installed a series of playful ultrasonic sculptures that employ robotics and kinetic instrumentation to heighten viewers' understanding of the surrounding space. 
In the media room: Dana Levy
The Weight of Things
January 16–February 16, 2019
The NY premiere of “The Weight of Things”, a two channel animated video installation that depicts two interior rooms of the Palace of Versailles in the midst of an earthquake.
ART FAIRS
EXPO Chicago
Remy Jungerman
September 19 – 22, 2019
Booth #355
The Armory Show
Nate Lewis
March 7 - 10, 2019
The gallery's debut appearance in the Armory will feature new hand-sculpted works on paper by Nate Lewis.
TALKS & EVENTS
Anton Ginzburg and Dasha Shishkin // Tamio Shiraishi and Nina Dante
Saturday, November 16, 5–8pm: Anton Ginzburg and Dasha Shishkin will give a talk about their current exhibition, "Partial Eclipse." Following the discussion will be an improvised performance by saxophonist Tamio Shiraishi and vocalist Nina Rosalind Dante.
Abigail Levine: Restagings No.3: Fall (C.A.)
Sunday, October 13, 2pm-12:30am: Choreographer Abigail Levine will lead a community of performers, writers, and their witnesses in a collective ritual in a 10 1/2 hour performance.
Daniel Neumann: Resounding the Tower
Sunday, June 30, 1:30pm: Daniel Neumann will use the Hill Hall tower as a large vertical filter, playing sounds into it, and picking up the acoustic responses with various microphones at different heights and placements.
greyfade label launch + bleckmann/branciforte album release
Friday, June 21, 8pm: greyfade partners with Fridman Gallery and CT::SWaM to present an evening of spatial sound works, where the distribution and localization of sounds is a primary compositional parameter and a central feature for the listener.
The Brandon Lopez Trio
Tuesday, June 18, 6pm: Brandon Lopez, Gerald Cleaver (drums), Steve Baczkowski (saxophone)
Sylvie Simmons
Wednesday, June 12, 7pm: Ukulele performance by singer-songwriter, Sylvie Simmons. An author and songwriter, Simmons is one of the rare women included in the predominantly-male rock writing elite.
Marina Rosenfeld and Ben Vida
Friday, May 17, 8pm: Marina Rosenfeld and Ben Vida will perform at the gallery to celebrate the release of their new album, Feel Anything
Byron Westbrook and Eve Essex
Tuesday, April 23, 8pm: Fridman Gallery presents two solo sets from performer-composers Byron Westbrook (Los Angeles) and Eve Essex (NYC). Eve Essex presents new and recent songs, combining avant-pop vocals with open-ended combinations of synthesizer and woodwinds. Byron Westbrook performs new works in just intonation for laptop and electronics.
ElSaffar - Fujiwara - Mathisen Trio
Wednesday, April 3, 8pm: Nate Wooley (trumpet) and ElSaffar (trumpet), Fujiwara (drums), Mathisen (saxophone)
Kvasova Band and Chingis Dub
Tuesday, April 2, 7 pm: Throat-singing dub from the central plains of the outer planets and Slavic Neo-Folk Electronica.
David Grubbs & Oren Ambarchi
Wednesday, April 3, 7:30 pm: Public Records and Fridman Gallery present an intimate night of music from author, composer, and former member of Gastr Del Sol, David Grubbs (Drag City) along with Australian experimental electronic guitarist and percussionist, Oren Ambarchi (Black Truffle).
Premiere of Muyassar Kurdi's "Field Dances" + Baird/Onda, Kurdi/Vitkova, Bertucci
Wednesday, March 13, 8 pm: "Field Dances" is a short 16mm dance film ruminating on space, scale, micro-movements, and anatomy, featuring movement by Eryka Dellenbach and Kurdi, and music by Ka Baird. Additional performances by Ka Baird, Aki Onda, Lucie Vítková, Muyassar Kurdi, and Lea Bertucci.
Ikue Mori & Ami Yamasaki; Jake Meginsky
Sunday, February 17, 7pm: Ikue Mori - live video, electronics, Ami Yamasaki - vocals; Jake Meginsky - electronics
New Ear Festival 2019
January 9-13, 2019
The gallery's fourth annual New Ear Festival will feature a screening of "Milton Graves Full Mantis" and performances by Mary Lucier, Luke Stewart, Leila Bordreuil, Charmaine Lee, Susie Ibarra, Brian Chase, Stephen Vitiello, Taylor Deupree, The New York Theremin Society, and others.
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