Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to present Victoria Crayhon’s exhibition It Says We’re Not Real, an ongoing body of photographs and video entitled Thoughts on Romance from the Road 2001-2017. The images are a series of text interactions with historic and abandoned movie marquee and motel signs conceived while the artist traversed the roadways and Find out more »
Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to announce a new exhibition of sculptures by Nick Hollibaugh. Between You and Me is Nick Hollibaugh’s second solo exhibition of new work at Cade Tompkins Projects. Earlier work, shown in his first exhibition at the gallery in 2010, embraces the simplicity of Shaker furniture as well as the houses, Find out more »
NOVEMBER 3-6, 2016; Thurs-Sat, 12-8pm; Sun 12-5pm; Park Avenue and 67th Street, New York City Cade Tompkins Projects will exhibit works by represented artists with a focus on contemporary fine art prints in a beautiful Airstream International 28, parked for four days on Park Avenue and 67th Street during the 2016 IFPDA Print Fair, steps Find out more »
Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings and prints. The show features two distinct bodies of work: the Dartmouth Collection, works completed during Daniel Heyman‘s prestigious artist residency at Dartmouth College and In Our Own Words: Native Impressions, a collaborative portfolio with Lucy Ganje, an outstanding project of 26 prints Find out more »
Cade Tompkins Projects presents and exhibiton of new work by Sophiya Khwaja. Khwaja’s recent pieces use her familiar iconography, this time encased in embroidery hoops not only for their obvious association with women’s work, but also for their shape. The hoops trap the figure in a never ending bind, where intricate patterns are drawn and Find out more »
Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to announce a printmaking exhibition by a group of artists whose work expands the boundaries of mokuhanga, the traditional Japanese woodcut process. Mokuhanga is achieved with use of water-based inks, hand-printing techniques and Japanese-style printing papers. The prints selected for this show present contemporary imagery and vernacular. Some works adhere Find out more »
Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Dan Talbot. In his paintings, dense spaces keenly combine abstraction with a sensibility of realism akin to the works of Fairfield Porter and Pierre Bonnard. Talbot’s compositions rely less on traditional modes of pictorial structure and more on voluptuous color, poetic allusions Find out more »
Cade Tompkins Projects presents new work by Aaron Pexa. Pexa is a multi-disciplinary artist who creates work exploring a broad scope of themes stemming from a place of wonder and bewilderment with the natural world.