Miguel Abreu Gallery

In the Iranian artist’s work, memory is smudged, an accretion of sorrows or nameless longings, a pile of waterlogged books in a flooded library

By Chris Wiley
Raha Raissnia - Galvanization

New York

13 Jan
24 Feb

New York

4 Nov
23 Dec

A recent show in New York of the filmmaker’s maquettes highlights his insights into contemporary life

By Negar Azimi
Sam Lewitt, Stranded Asset, 2017

New York

9 Mar
22 Apr
Milton Resnick, Dying for Love, 1989

New York

18 Mar
25 Apr

Jean-Luc Moulène's enigmatic responses to creativity and labour

By Vivian Sky Rehberg
Weak Local Lineament (ICF 03), 2013, etching on copper- clad plastic, steel brackets, etching: 322 × 50 cm; brackets: 2 × 15 cm. Courtesy: the artist, Miguel Abreu  Gallery, New York, and Galerie Buchholz, Berlin and Cologne.

Material production and the march of history

By Joseph Akel
Jean-Luc Moulène, Blown Knot 632 Borromean, Varia 03 (CIRVA, Marseille, 2012), 2012, glass, 30 × 30 × 19 cm

Miguel Abreu, New York, USA

By Mitch Speed
Eileen Quinlan Women's Business, 2010

Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, USA

By Kristin M. Jones