CLAMP is pleased to announce that Karen Gunderson’s large scale painting “Approaching High Water” has been acquired by The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Accessions Endowment Fund.
Browse all of Karen Gunderson’s work at CLAMP.
CLAMP is excited to announce participation in the inaugural PHOTOFAIRS New York edition at the Javits Center during the Armory Show (09.08 – 09.10.2023). For PHOTOFAIRS New York, CLAMP will present an examination of the natural world through the work of artists addressing the evolving relationship between humans and nature
It is with great sadness that CLAMP announces the death of Amos Badertscher at the age of 86. Born in 1936, Badertscher was a lifelong resident of Baltimore and was known for his poignant portraits of people he met on the streets and in the nightclubs of his beloved
Two solo museum shows for Meryl Meisler; “Sensibilities | Friends & Family” and “Nightlife NYC 1977-2023” at the Zillman Art Museum at the University of Maine in Bangor! “70s Suburban Sensibilities” runs through August 19th, and “Nightlife NYC” runs through September 2nd. Browse all of Meryl Meisler’s work at CLAMP.
On Tuesday, May 2nd, Aziz+Cucher gave an artist talk followed by a book launch at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Art entitled “XXX: 30 years of Art, Life and Queer Collaboration.” The artist duo was joined by Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art Head Curator Stamatina Gregory and writer/contributor Aruna D’Souza for
Jess T. Dugan will join fellow photographers Jaxpix Belmer and C. Rose Smith on June 15 at 7 PM for “The Queer Lens,” a virtual conversation moderated by WBUR’s Cristela Guerra for the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University. Each artist will discuss how they use the photographic image to
CLAMP is sad to announce the passing of three queens from Harry James Hanson and Devin Antheus’ project “Legends of Drag.” Crystal Woods, JoJo Baby, and Darcelle XV were each visionaries and their contributions to the community will live on in their absence. Browse all of Harry James Hanson and
Join Legends of Drag authors Harry James Hanson and Devin Antheus for a party at CLAMP on Saturday, March 11, from 6 – 8 PM. Photographic prints and floral arrangements by the artists will be on display. Signed copies of Legends of Drag will be available for purchase. All-star drag
Mickey Smith held a talk and discussion of her artistic practice and body of work to coincide with her current exhibition at CLAMP entitled “ARCHITETTURA.” A video of the full talk can be found on CLAMP’s YouTube channel. Browse the exhibition “ARCHITETTURA” at CLAMP. Browse all of Mickey Smith’s work
Adam Ekberg has a solo exhibition on view at the Eastman Museum in Rochester, NY, titled “Adam Ekberg: Minor Spectacles,” which runs through August 6, 2023. View the Museums’s listing for the exhibition here. From the Eastman Museum: Whatever transpires in the blink of an eye can be either a
Join us for an artists’ talk on Friday, January 27, 2023, from 6 – 8 PM, with Zachari Logan, Eric Rhein, and Adam Liam Rose, moderated by independent critic and curator Joseph R. Wolin, followed by a book signing. (RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org are appreciated, but not required.) View a video
Jess T. Dugan held an artist’s talk and exhibition walkthrough for their exhibition “Look at me like you love me” at CLAMP. View a video of the full event here. Browse Jess T. Dugan’s exhibition “Look at me like you love me.” at CLAMP. Browse all of Jess T. Dugan’s
“Transformations: A Gender Exploration by Mariette Pathy Allen,” a solo exhibition by Mariette Pathy Allen at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, will run from October 28, 2022 to March 2023. In 1978 New Orleans, Mariette Pathy Allen stumbled upon the mostly closeted world of men looking to express their
Lori Grinker and Meryl Meisler will host a reading and book signing at Mama Roux in Newburgh, NY. The event will start at 7PM Wednesday, October 12. For more information, please see the event listing below. View the event listing
© Jess Dugan, Self-portrait (blue room), 2021 CLAMP is pleased to announce that photographer Jess T. Dugan has joined the gallery’s roster of artists. The artist’s first solo show with the gallery will open on November 3, 2022. The exhibition will feature photographs from Dugan’s new book titled Look at
ClampArt will be hosting an exhibition walk-through of the gallery’s current exhibitions led by the exhibiting artists, Richard Alvarez and Mariette Pathy Allen. The event will be held in person and virtually on Zoom at 6 PM on June 17, 2022. For a link to the Zoom broadcast, please email
The Montréal launch of Chuck Samuel’s newest publication, Chuck Samuels: Becoming Photography will be held on Tuesday, June 7 from 5 – 7pm, at Librarie Le Port de tête (269 avenue du Mont-Royal Est, Montréal, H2T 1P5). Organized by Expression Centre d’exposition de Saint-Hyacinthe, this double book launch will also
Michal Chelbin took part in a discussion on April 26, 2022, of her newest work documenting Ukrainian refugees in Poland. The talk was in support of her online exhibition with Soho Photo entitled “In Their Own Words: Ukrainian Refugees Staying With Polish Families.” The online exhibition runs from April 15
© Estate of James Bidgood; “Willow Tree (Bruce Kirkman),” mid-1960s/printed later; Digital C-print. It is with immense sadness that ClampArt announces the recent death of artist James Bidgood at the age of 88. He passed away due to complications from Covid-19 on Monday, January 31, 2022. A revolutionary figure in
Image: Mikael Owunna below his mural “Playing the Cosmic Strings.” A 60-foot-wide photographic mural by Mikael Owunna was unveiled in Downtown Pittsburgh to mark the 50th anniversary of Heinz Hall. Commissioned by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership and installed in collaboration with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the mural features Marques Redd,