Group Exhibition at Cristina Grajales Gallery, curated by Stephanie Ingrassia

Encounters I, curated by Stephanie Ingrassia
Cristina Grajales Gallery
April 25-June 28, 2019

Three bronze sculptures by Bo Joseph are included in this inaugural annual guest-curated exhibition dedicated to the meeting of minds, spirit, and soul. For the inaugural installment, renowned collector and philanthropist Stephanie Ingrassia works with pieces from the gallery collection and beyond to create an environment that celebrates the fuzzy intersection between art and design.

Cristina Grajales Gallery
152 West 25th Street
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10001
(212) 219-9941

Work exhibited at Dallas Art Fair with McClain Gallery

At the Dallas Art Fair this year, April 11-14, the large work on paper Souvenirs from Nowhere: Rovelli's Antelope, 2018, and a bronze sculpture Caput Mortuum: Create Yourself from Darkness, 2018, both pictured above, were exhibited in McClain Gallery's booth along side works by Dorothy Hood, Louise Nevelson, Anne Deleporte and Julia Kunin.

Work included at Design Miami 2018

In the "Curio" section of Design Miami, December 4-9, 2018, Malcolm James Kutner presented re:construction, "a dynamic collaboration among makers and collectors, this presentation accommodates makers’ preoccupation with creating functional forms and collectors’ fascination with telling aesthetic stories. re:construction not only energizes a cross-disciplinary design dialogue, it also expands our understanding and appreciation of simultaneously formal, intuitive, and malleable relationships."

Derivative 1, 2015, a manipulated antique Chinese rug, was be presented alongside French Reconstruction furniture from René Gabriel, Marcel Gascoin, and Gustave Gautier, as well as a textile by Laura Kaufman, a mirror by Maureen Fullam and Radisay/Szarek, and a site-specific intervention by Aleksandar Duravcevic.

re:construction was presented by Malcolm James Kutner with Simone Joseph of SGJ Fine Art, New York, and with special thanks to Jean-Baptiste Bouvier, Paris.

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Group Exhibition at albertz benda, New York

Under the Night Sky
October 25-December 15, 2018

In a unique group exhibition combining art, design and tribal rugs, this new bronze sculpture will be presented along side such artists as Baselitz, Bengston, Doig, Goldin, Guston, Katz, Kusama, Sherman, Tobey, Wool and others.

Under the Night Sky explores the numerous ways in which the frontier of the night sky influences the human psyche and continues to hold artists in its grip. Curated by New York based private dealer and collector Michael Black and spanning the spaces of Friedman Benda and albertz benda, the exhibition brings together significant works by modern, post-war, and contemporary artists and designers with a selection of seminal Central Asian rugs. The works in the exhibition engage with the night sky on both conscious and unconscious levels, featuring the interplay between literal homages to the night sky and works with looser interpretations of the theme, whose makers innately channel the emotive presence of night.

Albertz Benda
515 W 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
(212) 244-2579

Bo Joseph
bronze, 20 1/4 x 24 5/8 x 11 inches
State Proof outside the edition of 3 plus 2 APs
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