The 10 Best Booths at New York’s Armory Show
Sep 10, 2021
A cofounder of the “Where We At” Black Women Artists collective, Dindga McCannon is currently the subject of the first solo show of her career at New York’s Fridman Gallery. Her works were a memorable part of the groundbreaking 2017 exhibition “We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85” at the Brooklyn Museum." – Maximilíano Durón
The New York Times
The World Catches Up With Dindga McCannon
Sep 10, 2021
"For more than five decades, McCannon has been making work rooted in who she is: an African American woman and third-generation Harlemite (although she lives in Philadelphia now). She has a longstanding reputation in Black and fiber art communities: in an interview, Michelle Bishop, the founder and director of the nonprofit Harlem Needle Arts called her “already famous.” – Jillian Steinhauer
Good Vibrations and Milford Graves’s Healing Harmonics
Jun 28, 2021
"Graves’s work hijacks and stimulates the senses, pulling you through the space ... Allowing Graves’s work to activate and overwhelm the senses was freeing, relaxing, and, just as he always said, possibly even healing." – Annabel Keenan
The Highlands Current
Memory as a Parallel Dimension
Jun 28, 2021
"After featuring the work of three artists from farther afield in its debut exhibition in May, Fridman Gallery in Beacon will show the work of Hudson Valley artists in its second show, Time Lapse, which opens July 3 at its Main Street space." – Alison Rooney
Milford Graves Mind – Body Connections
Jun 14, 2021
"The depth of mind-body connections, the scientific art behind the human heartbeat, the physical and mental reaction to thought-provoking musical beats. These are a few of the subjects explored by the late visual artist and free jazz percussionist Milford Graves in his most recent and last work, the Heart Harmonics: sound energy, and natural healing phenomena." – Sofia Balestrin
Fridman Gallery announces its second location in Beacon, New York.
475 Main Street, Beacon, NY
Apr 7, 2021
The inaugural exhibition, opening on May 1, will feature Nanette Carter, Athena LaTocha and Wura-Natasha Ogunji. Its title, Land Escape, refers to the artists’ use of a variety of media to create—rather than represent—landscapes. The opening will culminate at 8pm with an outdoor audio-visual performance by Victoria Keddie, using NASA’s live feed of space debris orbiting above Beacon.
Listening to the Heart: Jacob Kirkegaard Interviewed by Julie Martin
Mar 5, 2021
"Nothing the human ear can hear is alien to Kirkegaard, and through his recordings he confronts and captures the sounds that echo through the universe, and by making them audible renders them less forbidding."
The Art Gallery in Your Mind’s Ear
Dec 9, 2020
' “Invisible People,” is all hellfire and brimstone, part excoriating exorcism, part calculated recitation of Jonathan Edwards sermonizing (heard here in usefully creepy text-to-speech), all playing out in an atmosphere of dissolute, slow-motion chamber music.'