Bridget Donahue

New York

7 Jan
25 Feb

Two films and a dance piece focus on our shifting postures in light of connective technology

Highlights from the first edition of Condo New York, a collaborative exhibition by 36 galleries across 16 city-wide locations

Frame Prize at Frieze New York 2017. Left to right: Anna Gritz (Curator, KW Institute for Contemporary Art), Alex Gartenfeld (Deputy Director and Chief Curator, ICA Miami), Bridget Donahue, Laura Copelin (Curator and Interim Director, Ballroom Marfa) and

Bridget Donahue's survey of Susan Cianciolo's collages receives the Frame Prize, supported by Stella Artois

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Susan Cianciolo,Two Women, 2002-2004, watercolor on paper, painter's tape, 150 x 71cm). Courtesy: the artist and Bridget Donahue, New York (c) Susan Cianciolo. Photograph: Marc Brems Tatti

Leading curators select some stand-out presentations at Frieze New York 2017

Recently awarded a USA Artist Fellowship, Lynn Hershman Leeson speaks about cultural technologies, personal narratives and alter egos 

Frame

Bridget Donahue, New York, B25

A Twitter academic, a science fiction writer and a Wells Fargo debit card: Martine Syms shares some images that are important to her

John Russell, Transformational Joy, 2014, wood, metal, mixed-media sculpture, 2.3 x 1.1 x 1 m

Bridget Donahue, New York, USA