Tschabalala Self

Tschabalala Self builds a singular style from the syncretic use of both painting and printmaking to explore ideas about the black female body. The artist constructs exaggerated depictions of female bodies using a combination of sewn, printed, and painted materials, traversing different artistic and craft traditions. The exaggerated biological characteristics of her figures reflect Self’s

David Shrigley: To Be Of Use

Take a video tour of the exhibition, narrated by David Shrigley! David Shrigley: To Be Of Use showcases practical objects, each with a twist that undermines its anticipated function. Among the objects are selections from a series called Problem Guitars, each of which can be played, but in an altered capacity. An oversized telephone allows viewers to make

Katherine Bernhardt: GOLD

Opening reception Saturday, April 6, 2019, 2 – 4 p.m. Nike Panther, a limited Katherine Bernhardt edition, is available starting 12 noon EST on Tuesday, May 21 exclusively at Art+Culture Projects. A portion of proceeds from the sale of this print benefit Art Omi. GOLD Art Omi is situated in the beautiful Hudson River Valley in

Betty Parsons: Blue sky very high

Championing abstract expressionists like Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, and Barnett Newman, Betty Parsons remains best known as the founder and driving force behind the Betty Parsons Gallery, which played a pivotal role in the history of modernism. But Parsons also was herself a painter, and continued her practice throughout her long life. On view in

Tim Youd: The 100 Novels Project

The 100 Novels Project is an ongoing performance art piece in which Youd retypes novels from beginning to end in locations that play a central role in the novels. From April through July 2018, Youd will undertake the Hudson Valley Cycle, which features novels set in and around the Hudson Valley. From July 23 – 26

Rachel Hayes: Kindred Spirits

This newly commissioned work by Rachel Hayes continues a series of interventions in the Benenson Center, where art is inserted into areas not typically conceived of as exhibition space around the grounds of Art Omi. An alum of Art Omi: Artists, Rachel Hayes has gained recognition for her architectural textile installations for settings including museums,

Sheena Rose: The Black Lagoon, Stranded Island

A three-hour site-specific performance at Omi Pond House for Fields Opening Day 2018. Rose explored themes of identity and place through dialogue and movement. Sheena Rose is an alum of Art Omi: Artists 2013.

Thomas Nozkowski: Paintings

An exhibition of 22″ x 28″ paintings. Thomas Nozkowski (b. 1944, Teaneck, New Jersey) received a B.F.A. from The Cooper Union Art School, New York in 1967. Known for his richly colored and intimately scaled abstract paintings, Nozkowski began exhibiting in group shows in 1973 and made his solo debut in 1979. By 1982, the

Ana Tiscornia

Art Omi held simultaneous solo exhibitions featuring the work Liliana Porter and Ana Tiscornia in March 2018. These two artists have resided together and shared studio space for decades (currently in Rhinebeck, NY) and while they have their own individual artistic practices their relationship has created a zone where their artistic processes, materials, subjects and themes overlap.

Liliana Porter

Art Omi held solo exhibitions featuring the work Liliana Porter and Ana Tiscornia. These two artists have resided together and shared studio space for decades (currently in Rhinebeck, NY) and while they have their own individual artistic practices their relationship has created a zone where their artistic processes, materials, subjects and themes overlap. The exhibition at