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3/14/2020

Dear Friends,

Due to the conditions regarding COVID-19, Ethan Cohen Gallery will be open by appointment only beginning March 14.

We are taking this measure to ensure the safety of our friends, artists, staff, and communities, in keeping with the recommendations from the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control, due to the rapid progression of the virus in New York. 

During this closure, we encoura...

2/19/2020

Ethan Cohen Gallery is proud to announce Mina Cheon’s participation in the inaugural Asia Society Triennial 2020, opening June 5, that will take place in New York across multiple venues including the Asia Society Museum, Governors Island, NY Historical Society, Times Square, Lincoln Center, and more; while exhibiting a focused artist list of 40+ contemporary Asian artists from 19 countries including Xu Bing, Kimsooja, and ot...

Taking Your Shit | Tony Shore

“They don’t photograph well,” Tony Shore says, laughing, “so I need to get people in front of them.” Looking at the image printed on the press release, then looking at the work itself, it’s easy to see how right he is. Each work is done on black velvet. A harsh source of light softly diffuses to an edge of darkness where it is swallowed into an all-consuming black such that the scenes appear to float...

From Warhol to Wahlstrom: From 60s Celebrity to Today’s Social Media, Part II at Ethan Cohen KuBe and Johan Wahlstrom: Collisions at Georges Bergès Gallery

Ethan Cohen KuBe
October 18, 2018 to August 31, 2019
211 Fishkill Avenue, between Verplanck Avenue and Kent Street
Beacon, New York, ecfa.com

Georges Bergès Gallery
June 6 to June 30, 2019
462 West Broadway, between Houston and Prince streets
New York City, bergesgallery.co...

6/18/2019

Ethan Cohen Gallery would like to thank Kelsey Ables and Artsy for the thoughtful article, "How the Tiananmen Square Protests Forever Changed Chinese Contemporary Artists".

"In a 1991 video by artist Zhang Peili, what appears as an ordinary Chinese state news broadcast quickly descends into nonsense as a well-known anchor reads the definitions of the Mandarin word for water. The work, Water: Standard Version from the “Cihai” Dicti...

5/10/2019

Ethan Cohen Gallery is pleased to congratulate Jeffrey Hargrave on his upcoming solo exhibition at the Waterworks Visual Arts Center in his hometown of Salisbury, NC.

"Artistic Translations" which will feature solo exhibitions by three artists will be on view at the Waterworks Visual Arts Center May 28 – August 30, 2019. The opening reception will take place Friday, May 31, 6–8 pm.

For more information please visit:

 http://www...

4/4/2019

Artnet writer Julia Halperin discusses the rise of African artists and collectors in the wake a Sotheby's Contemporary African Art Auction:

"Art market forecasters would do well to pay attention to yesterday’s auction of modern and contemporary African art at Sotheby’s London. The fourth such sale by the auction house generated a total of £2.3 million ($3 million), just above the pre-sale estimate of £1.5 million to £2.2 million....

3/26/2019

Interview with John Aslanidis and write up in Life Style Asia for his new work at Ovolo Central. 

"The recently re-launched Ovolo Central has partnered with the award-winning Melbourne-based Mars gallery to curate some spectacular artworks in its premises, starting with a commissioned piece by John Aslanidis for the terrace space at vegetarian bar and restaurant Vega. The multi-media artist is known for his fascination with sound...

3/22/2019

Ethan Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce our collaboration with Eazel, an online platform for virtual reality tours of art exhibitions. Fears of Art is now live on Eazel.net! Follow the link below to take a look: Eazel.net

2/23/2019

Thank you to Anthony Haden-Guest for this great article discussing Johan's Wahlstrom's solo exhibition at Ethan Cohen KuBe. 

"There are artists who like to investigate what they can do with current tech, the way Warhol made movies, as David Hockney has used video and seemingly just about any device that comes his way, as Richard Prince uses Instagram and as a slew of artists are using Photoshop but not that many artists have thoug...

2/21/2019


ABOUDIA

Born in Abidjan (the capital of Ivory Coast) in 1983, ABOUDIA produces lively and childlike paintings that seem loosely inspired by the works of Jean Dubuffet and Jean-Michel Basquiat. ABOUDIA is one of the few African Contemporary artists to have gallery representation in both Britain (the Jack Bell Gallery in London) and the US (the Ethan Cohen Gallery in New York). His giant mural-like paintings are borrowed from the g...

1/31/2019

Yu Hanyu's solo exhibition "The Majesty of Tibet' is open at the Islip Art Museum from January 15 - March 30, 2019. This exhibition is curated by Gan Yu and co-curated by Mary O’Malley and Stephanie Lee.

https://www.newsday.com/entertainment/long-island/museums/majesty-of-tibet-islip-art-museum-1.26597189

1/17/2019

"Tonight New York's Ethan Cohen Gallery is opening its first solo exhibition of the groundbreaking Turkish textile artist, Belkıs Balpınar, who pioneered the art of contemporary kilim making. Balpınar asks her weavers to defy gravity by bringing curvilinear shapes into her flatweave designs. In this short essay, the gallery beautifully sums up Balpınar's remarkable art."

Read more on Cornucopia:

http://www.cornucopia.net/blog/cosmi...

12/18/2018

"As part of the Document Journal x Prada Mode conversation series at Art Basel in Miami Beach, we highlight six visionary artists changing the future of image making, and transporting us from untenable presents to unimagined futures."

http://www.documentjournal.com/2018/12/mina-cheon-is-sending-art-lessons-into-north-korea-and-sharing-choco-pie-with-the-world/

12/7/2018


Thank you to artnet news for including Chi Ming as an artist to see at this years Art Miami!

"Amid the many splashy works on view at Art Miami, Ming’s diminutive, diamond-shaped canvases with deft brushstrokes stand out. His subject matter homes in on ordinary, everyday scenes of life in China. He also paints scenes from his childhood, and fading memories of his family which impart a melancholy, nostalgic air."

https://news.artnet...

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