"Urban Alchemy: Wave" by Nancy Goldring, 2013-2014 Ink jet print, on view in Miami

Gallery Diet—that bright outpost of “contemporary art” docked in Miami—is being overrun by pirates in an affectionately hostile take-over: a new name, a new direction, and a new flag will be raised for three months: NIGHT TIDE.


For May, June and July Gallery Diet will be gone, washed away in the NIGHT TIDE as writer and curator Jarrett Earnest brings artworks, events, and texts together in a new sensibility—apocalyptic frivolity, Anthropocene Rococo.


NIGHT TIDE is feeling—densely layered—lapping wave upon wave—an atmospheric film set with attentive objects by: Nancy Goldring, Elizabeth Jaeger, Prajakti Jayavant, Sam McKinniss, Leigha Mason, Nathlie Provosty, Gaby Collins-Fernandez, Nicole Wittenberg and Ann Liv Young.

 
NIGHT TIDE  I opens May 17th 6-9pm



NIGHT TIDE II opens June 21st 6-9pm
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"Urban Alchemy: Wave" by Nancy Goldring, 2013-2014 Ink jet print, on view in Miami

Gallery Diet—that bright outpost of “contemporary art” docked in Miami—is being overrun by pirates in an affectionately hostile take-over: a new name, a new direction, and a new flag will be raised for three months: NIGHT TIDE.



For May, June and July Gallery Diet will be gone, washed away in the NIGHT TIDE as writer and curator Jarrett Earnest brings artworks, events, and texts together in a new sensibility—apocalyptic frivolity, Anthropocene Rococo.



NIGHT TIDE is feeling—densely layered—lapping wave upon wave—an atmospheric film set with attentive objects by: Nancy Goldring, Elizabeth Jaeger, Prajakti Jayavant, Sam McKinniss, Leigha Mason, Nathlie Provosty, Gaby Collins-Fernandez, Nicole Wittenberg and Ann Liv Young.

 

NIGHT TIDE  I opens May 17th 6-9pm



NIGHT TIDE II opens June 21st 6-9pm

Super excited about our artist Accra Shepp’s Islands of New York photographic series appearing in The New York Times (In print - March 30, 2014)!

You can see this beautiful collection at the Queens Museum, up until May 11, 2014.

Please contact Gallery 138 about this series and other work by Accra Shepp.

Pictured above: Hillary Clinton presenting the Hillary Rodham Clinton Award for Advancing Women in Peace and Security to Dr. Denis Mukwege, with Georgetown University president John DeGioia.

“For Panzi: Peace Should Not Be So Fragile” has recently raised over 1,000,000.00 USD for Panzi Hospital in Congo. “For Panzi” will be opening at the Graffiti Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada on March 27, 2014. Dr. Mukwege, director of Panzi Hospital, who was nominated for the Noble Peace Price in 2013, and won the Hillary Rodham Clinton Award for Advancing Women in Peace and Security in 2014 will be attending. Also in attendance will be foundation directors Peter Frantz and Lee Ann DeReus. 

We are proud to announce that Brookie Maxwell’s work has been commissioned by the Herbert Museum in Coventry, UK! 

The Herbert Museum is commissioning a second edition of Brookie Maxwell’s “Due Diligence”, for their permanent Peace and Reconciliation Gallery. The work will be featured in “100 Days: The Rwandan Genocide 20 Years Later”. The exhibition opens on April 7th 2014, and runs through December. 

The first edition of “Due Diligence” has been touring American museums and galleries including The Virginia Holocaust Museum at Richmond and The Florida Holocaust Museum with the Panzi Foundation exhibition since 2011. 

Due Diligence is part of Maxwell’s teaching exhibition, Rwanda Mon Amour. For information about the artist, the work, or the Panzi Foundation please email or call Gallery 138.

Here’s to Ben Affleck popping up in places randomly

The famous actor/director spoke out against violence in DRC in Washington recently, after he cofounded Eastern Congo Initiative, a nonprofit organization which works on providing aid to the people in Congo.

Go Batman!

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Panzi Foundation Event: Right Her Future

The Panzi Foundation continues their North American Holocaust museum tour of the exhibition Peace Should not be This Fragile: A Portrait of Panzi, featuring Brookie Maxwell, Peter Franz and others.
Congratulations to the Panzi Foundation for raising over $1,000,000 to date! We are so proud to be a part of this project. If you’re in Winnipeg, MB, please attend the opening for Right Her Future on March 27, 2014 and meet the founder of the Panzi Hospital Dr. Denis Mukwege. Local Congolese performers will also be featured, it should be awesome!

Accra Shepp’s Islands of New York photographic series will be exhibited at the Queens Museum February 2, 2014 - May 11, 2014. We encourage everyone to come by the exhibition to see the striking large-scale paneled images, some spanning more than 10 ft in length!

Please contact Gallery 138 if you’d like to know more about Accra Shepp and his work.