For Art Brussels 2017, Shulamit Nazarian is pleased to present a two-person booth of recent sculptures by Brooklyn/Tel Aviv-based Reuven Israel and new paintings by Los Angeles-based Wendell Gladstone. In each artist’s work, viewers are confronted with deceptive mediums that test one’s conventional understanding of form and surface.
Booth D16 Barker Hangar 3021 Airport Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90405 For Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Shulamit Nazarian presents new works by Theodore Boyer, Sarah Meyohas, and May Wilson. Through their respective media each artist explores the notion of infinite space and the physicality of the unknown.
Booth C23 Ocean Drive and 12th Street South Beach, Miami 33139 For UNTITLED Miami, Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles presents a two-person booth with work by New York-based Reuven Israel and Los Angeles-based Fay Ray. Both artists draw from the familiar language and form of architecture and design to mine specific cultural significance embedded in everyday […]
Genevieve Gaignard: Apt. #3104 March 2 – 7, 2016 Skylight at Moynihan Station 421 Eighth Avenue, New York NY 10001 Room 3104 Shulamit Nazarian presents Apt#3104, a solo installation of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Genevieve Gaignard, curated by gallery director Renée Fox. Gaignard’s practice focuses on diverse self-portraits of constructed archetypal characters. Inspired […]
Shulamit Gallery is proud to announce Elham Rokni’s first exhibition in the United States, and our first fair with NADA. Born in Iran in 1980 and immigrated to Israel at age nine, Rokni’s drawings and mixed-media works on paper deal with personal biographical narratives, intertwined with myths and regional history. Following Rokni’s well received Solo show at the Tel Aviv Museum last year, the artist was invited to participate in 18th Street art residency program in Santa Monica, CA this coming fall where she will create new work for her upcoming solo exhibition at Shulamit gallery.
Shulamit Gallery (Booth D20) is pleased to participate in Volta NY from March 5-8. with two solo booths showcasing work by Miri Chais and Sanaz Mazinani. Both artists’ work touches upon the role of iconography in the economy of the post-internet age.