Cristin Tierney Gallery is a contemporary art gallery committed to the development and support of established and emerging artists. The international exhibition program emphasizes critical theory and art history, with an attendant interest in under-recognized artists and art movements of the twentieth and twenty-first century.
Significant past exhibitions include “Post-Movement: Art of the Seventies;” “Concrete Remains: Postwar and Contemporary Art from Brazil;” “Dear Mr. Thanatos: Modern and Contemporary Art from Latin America;” “Helen Lundeberg: Classic Attitude;” and “peter campus: pause."
The gallery’s many printed and digital publications comprise “peter campus: dredgers;” “Meet Me Halfway: Selections from the Anita Reiner Collection;” “The Architectural Impulse;” and "Melanie Baker: The Optimates," among others. Virtual projects in 2020 included livestream performances with Tim Youd and Janet Biggs, a digital residency with Malia Jensen, and a retrospective viewing room with John Wood and Paul Harrison.
Upcoming exhibitions include solo shows with Victor Burgin, Wood and Harrison, and Malia Jensen.
Contact: Candace Moeller, Director
Email | Website | Phone: 212-594-0550
Fundraising Print Now Available: Vote Biden by Dread Scott
Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to partner with artist Dread Scott to release the fundraising print Vote Biden. The screenprint, which references Andy Warhol’s Vote McGovern print from 1972, is available in a limited edition of 100.
Donations are being directed to Black Voters Matter, a 501c4 organization that supports voter registration, policy advocacy and organizational development in Black communities. To donate and receive a print, contact the gallery at 212.594.0550 or email@example.com.
In this final stretch before the presidential election, every action counts, whether it is donating, knocking on doors, registering people to vote, exercising your right to protest, educating yourself on the issues, or calling your representatives. Cristin Tierney Gallery is funding the prints’ production and will ship the unframed works directly to donors. Vote Biden is available for minimum $250; the net amount less sales tax and shipping fees will be given to Black Voters Matter.
Dread Scott is an interdisciplinary artist whose work encourages viewers to re-examine ideals of American society. In 1989, the US Senate outlawed his artwork and President George H. W. Bush declared it “disgraceful” because of its transgressive use of the American flag. His work has been exhibited at The Whitney Museum, MoMA/PS1, The Walker Art Center, and in galleries and on street corners. He is a 2019 Open Society Foundations Soros Equality Fellow and has received grants from United States Artists and Creative Capital Foundation. Artnet.com highlighted his 2019 performance, Slave Rebellion Reenactment, as one of the most important artworks of the decade.
For more information please contact Candace Moeller at firstname.lastname@example.org.