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bird + Richard, Albuquerque / Belin, Albuquerque location. May-June 2023,
Art on Paper New York, September 8-11, Richard Levy Gallery, Do You Find This Spiritual? (Unknown Location for Baptism; Outside Charlston, Mississippi, 1965), 2022, Charcoal, ink, pastel, on synthetic Yupo paper,60 x 60 in ,152.4 x 152.4 cm
TREND art + design + culture, Summer 2022 -Spring 2023, p. 104
Feature Architecture: art house, Placitas couple crafts a modern live / work space with roots in the local region's counter culture. By Rena Distasiol , photos by Kate Russell
Power Pumps and Super Sprays: Weapons of the Anthropocene, Solo exhibition, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, August 4th-September 17th, 2021
Closing reception August 18th 4-6pm
A solo exhibition of 3D -printed plastic and mixed media sculptures from the series Power Pumps and Super Sprays: Weapons of the Anthropocene. This body of work was created long before the pandemic and reimagines everyday domestic habits and norms as an observation of the social habits during climate crisis, a cult of cleanliness, and hygiene theater.
Virtual walk through: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLKBi21qokE
Lines, birds + Richard, Albuquerque/Berlin, exhibition Albuquerque, NM July 9th-September 11, 2021
Opening: July 9th, 6-9pm
Are LINES only the shortest connection between two points on a surface or in a space? Six artists define lines in their work.
Reset, curated by ak5_berlin, an onsite and online exhibition with 23 international artists; birds + Richard, Albuquerque, NM, May 21st- October 17th, 2020
PlayThings, The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission Community Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, March 13-October 1, 2020
The Community Gallery may be rescheduling the PlayThings exhibit once Santa Fe is open, hopefully this spring 2021.
A Table ! l'Ecole d'art Claude Monet, Aulnay sous Bois, France, November 2- December 2 , 2019
12 New Mexico Artists to Know Now, Southwest Contemporary Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, February-March 2019
12 New Mexico Artists to Know Now: Jennifer Vasher, Southwest Contemporary: The Magazine, volume XXVII, issue VII. Read the article.
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