JULY 28 - 29 | Basilica Hudson | 110 Front Street | Hudson, NY
11am - 7pm | Admission is free and open to the public.

HALSEY MCKAY GALLERY is pleased to present DENISE KUPFERSCHMIDT at NADA HUDSON. Building upon her exhibiton at the gallery, Motifs, Kupferschmidt will be presenting an installation of her concrete and mortar, VASE, works. A monograph, including an essay by artist Gina Beavers, has been published my the gallery. This catalogue will be available at the event as well as for purchase here.

NADA Hudson features 48 artist projects by NADA members and affiliates. NADA Hudson is not an art fair, but rather a site-specific project organized by the New Art Dealers Alliance. The project builds upon the character of a historic venue, the Basilica Hudson, and showcases contemporary sculpture, installation and video. This year, galleries will present one piece by one artist within the Main Hall, as well as outdoor projects and a looping video program

MATT RICH and HILARY PECIS' exhibitions at the gallery were featured in Hamptons Magazine along with artist interviews by Stacey Goergen.
PECISIn Accordance can be viewed at this link.
In addition, Pecis has just been nominated for a SECA Award by the SF MoMAWe wish to congratulate her on this honor.
PATRICK BRENNAN LAUREN LULOFF are featured in Stretching Painting, curated by Veronica Roberts at Galerie Lelong. The exhibiton runs through August 3 and has been reviewed by Ryan Steadman on Artforum and by Roberta Smith in the New York TImes. Smith singled out Luloff and Brennan as standouts of the show:

The 10 artists in “Stretching Painting” at Galerie Lelong don’t so much push the medium into space as meddle with its physical properties at close quarters, on the wall. Assembled by Veronica Roberts, a New York-based curator and scholar, the works here can sometimes feel a bit small-bore. This is relieved by Patrick Brennan’s “Boomtown (A long road home),” a big, bristling collage festooned with small paintings, and Lauren Luloff’s “Flame Violent and Golden,” which seems pieced together from textile remnants that are actually hand-painted on different scraps of cloth, using bleach. It has some of the scenery-chewing exuberance of Julian Schnabel, which is quite refreshing.
EDDIE MARTINEZ is the focus of an ART 21 New York Close Up. MARTINEZ will be exhibiting new work at the gallery alongside JOSE LERMA, August 10 – 29, with an opening reception to be held on Saturday, August 11.
Please contact info@halseymckay.com for a preview.

is included in, Contemporary Watercolor, curated by Veronica Roberts, at Morgan Lehman Gallery.
TIMOTHY BERGSTROM will be headed to Puerto Rico for August as the 2012 TPP Artist in Residence.
ANDREW KUO is included in an exhibiton of new representational painting, In Plain Site, at Mitchell Innes & Nash, through August 17.
GLEN BALDRIDGE'S, Sunset, covers the facade of the Harvey Theatre as part of BAM Art's public initiative.
BRYAN GRAF has work on display at the deCordova Museum in Second Nature: Abstract Photography Then and Now.
PATRICK BRENNAN is included in Letters from Home organized by Barney Kulok, Sebastian Mcclard & Gordon Stevenson, at Ochi Gallery through August 2.
Please contact info@halseymckay.com for further information.
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