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LAST UPDATED: March 5, 2014

Please feel free to read about Francie Shaw's show!

Rex Works. Francie Shaw, Feb. 5- Mar 2, 2014, at On View New York.

Visit overviews of Erica Stoller and Melissa Murray's exhibition, "Traverse":

"Traverse" at A.I.R. Gallery, on Art In Brooklyn. Erica Stoller and Melissa Murray Walk the Line with New Brooklyn Exhibition, on Arch Paper Blog.

View an article reviewing Mira Schor's curation of AIR Gallery's Currents series exhibition:

Mira Schor Investigates What The Home Means To Contemporary Women Artists, on The Huffington Post. A "Womanhouse" or a Roaming House? "A Room of One's Own" Today Curated by Mira Schor, on Theresa Anderson. A "Womanhouse" or a Roaming House? "A Room of One's Own" Today, on The Brooklyn Rail.

Enjoy a review of Linda Keuhne's exhibition, "Suburban Landscape: The Architecture of Nowhere":

Linda Keuhne, Artist, on Musee Magazine.

Explore more about Jane Swavely's exhibition, "Purlieu":

Jane Swavely, Artist, on Les Femmes Folles.

Read about Rachel Farmer's exhibition, "Ancestors":

Rachel Farmer, Artist, on Les Femmes Folles. Queer Mormon Pioneers Camp out In Brooklyn, on Feminist Mormon Housewives.

Read about Nancy Storrow's exhibition, "Understory":

Nancy Storrow, Artist, on Les Femmes Folles.

Read an article from Joan Snitzer's exhibition, "The Red Studio":

Joan Snitzer: The Red Studio at A.I.R. Gallery, for On-Verge.

Read an interview with Belle Shafir discussing her exhibition, "Nuchal Translucency":

Belle Shafir, Artist, on Les Femmes Folles.

Read about Shanti Grumbine's exhibition, "The Glittering Point":

Shanti Grumbine, Artist, an interview on Les Femmes Folles and In The Pursuit of the Glittering Point, an article on Hyperallergic.

Read an article from Nancy Lasar's exhibition, "Lines of Light":

New Show Has Washington Artist Nancy Lasar at the Top of Her Game, on Litchfield County Times.

Read an interview with Barbara Roux discussing her exhibition, "Growing Evidence":

Barbara Roux, Artist, on Les Femmes Folles.

Read some articles on fellow, Lillian Gerson's exhibition, "Rock Jetty Deli & Food Corp":

Lillian Gerson at A.I.R. Gallery, on Publicide, Rock Jetty Deli & Food Corp, on Kid Made Modern, and Rock Jetty Deli & Food Corp on Seagull Salon NYC's Beauty and culture blog.

The A.I.R. Gallery’s 10th Biennial Exhibition, curated by Ingrid Schaffner, attracted a lot of attention from the media:

This Week’s Art Events / Miami Fun Week, in the L Magazine and the Brooklyn Magazine.

Art Rx, Dec. 4, 2012 in Hyperallergic.

A review in the New Yorker, Goings On About Town: Art “The A.I.R. Gallery Biennial,” and a publication of our curator's essay in the Conversations Section of NY Arts Magazine.

A.I.R. was a part of #SuckItSandy Art Crawl on Friday November 9, 2012. Since Hurricane Sandy affected the usual First Thursday openings in DUMBO, the galleries at 111 Front Street banded together to fundraise for the art spaces which were damaged by the storm.

ArtInfo.com mentioned this in a post, as did Dumbo.is.

Joan Snitzer's piece, Crossword IV, was printed as an accompanying image to an article titled "How My Daughter Became My Son" in the Jewish feminist Magazine Lilith.

Lilith Magazine features Joan Snitzer's work alongside an article. Summer, 2012.

Image:
Joan Snitzer
Crossword IV,
Mixed Media on Paper, 2012

Read an article on A.I.R. artist Barbara Siegel featured in the University of Connecticut's publication Naturally.

Learn about Siegel's fascinating artwork inspired by horticulturist Sid Waxman and see images from her recent show at A.I.R.

New York artist plays tribute to the work of horticulturist Sid Waxman. Spring/Summer, 2012.

Image:
Barbara Siegel
Dr. Waxman's Arboretum, Detail,
2011

Read articles about "Anomalistic Revolution" & A.I.R.'s annual benefit Postcard Exhibition on Tania Fuentez's blog, A Journalist's Journey, and On-Verge.com.

"A.I.R. Gallery Celebrates Women in the Visual Arts", June 26, 2012.

Closing Time: Part II July 10, 2012

Image:
Elizabeth Biddle
Big Oil
2012
Collage on Paper

Read an article about National artist Phyllis Ewen in The Somerville News.

"Phyllis Ewen: An artist of water. An artist of pouty.", July 11, 2012.

Image:
Phyllis Ewen
Thinking Like a River
2009

A.I.R. artist Susan Bee is featured in a story about politics and art in the Huffington Post:

Nomads Occupy the Global Village: Left Political Art Timeline, 2001-2012 by G. Roger Denson, Huffington Post, May 1, 2012

"Creature Features" photography exhibition of new works by Jeanette May & Jocelyn Chase receives praise from New York to California:

Crime Scenes by Mohammed Chowdhury, The New York Photo Review, May 16, 2012

Photo of the Day on PDN Photo District News: Jeanette May's "Mouse," May 11, 2012

Jeanette May's Photos Show Stuffed Animal Crime Scenes by Will Bredderman, Brooklyn Paper, April 25, 2012

A.I.R. Gallery Presents Photographs by Alumna Jeanette May by Christine N. Ziemba, CalArts Blog, April 19, 2012

Image:
Jeanette May
Morbidity & Mortality: Mouse, 2012

2012 A.I.R. Fellowship Artist, Katherine Tzu-Ian Mann's exhibition, "Slurry" at Rice Gallery in McDaniel College is reviewed by the local press.

Artist Only Gets Better by Pam Zappardino In the Arts, Carroll County Times, March 1, 2012

Image:
Katherine Tzu-Ian Mann
Weft, detail
2011

Jeanette May's solo show, "Bachelor Pads" attracted attention from print and online media:

Direct Your Longing Gaze at These Men in Their Bachelor Pads by Dave Hogarty at Curbed, NY, January 18, 2012

Things to do this week in New York, February 1 - 12 by Time Out New York Magazine, February 1, 2012

The 5 Best Things to do in NYC Tonight, February 1 by CBS, NY, February 1, 2012

Image:
Jeanette May
Bachelor #9 Luke
2011

2011-12 A.I.R. Fellow Regine Romain's solo show, "Portraits for Self Determining Haiti" received attention from:

VoicesfromHaiti InnerView with Régine Romain by VoicesFromHaiti, January 19, 2012

Who To Watch series: Regine Romain by Hip. Modern. Motivated. on Vimeo, January 17, 2012

Portraits for self-determining Haiti by Chudi Chukwudi in Carribean Life, December 28, 2011

Listing in the New York Daily News, January 4, 2012

Image:
Regine Romain
Thank you for the flag
2010

Glowing review of A.I.R. Alumnae Artist Katsura Okada's solo show, "The Re-Origin: After the Last First".

Every day is like a small typhoon, Focus on Katsura Okada by Stefono Posquini, Autumn/Winter 2012-13 (page 10).

Press for "Illegitimate and Herstorical", curated by Emily Roysdon as part of the A.I.R. Currents exhibition series.

Queer Art Grows in Brooklyn by Kate Wadkins on Hyperallergic, January 18, 2012

Do this Tonight: Thursday is for Michael Fried and Feminism by Will Brand on Art Fag City, January 5, 2012

This Week: Must-See Arts in the City by Carolina A. Miranda on WNYC's Arts Datebook, January 4, 2012

Image:
Barbara Hammer
Protege II
1971

To view earlier press and reviews: Press Archive