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Issue No. 17 - Enigma

Read the List of Art Organizations Protesting for #J20

Read the List of Art Organizations Protesting for #J20

© Courtesy of Hyperallergic.com

© Courtesy of Hyperallergic.com

The following is a running list of institutions and organizations including galleries, nonprofits, museums, and schools that have decided to close on J20 (January 20), or who are responding in other ways to the call. 

GALLERIES:

  • 47 Canal
  • Miguel Abreu
  • Accola Griefen Gallery
  • Lisson Gallery
  • Andrew Kreps
  • Alexander & Bonin
  • Alexander Gray
  • ESSEX STREET
  • Black Ball Projects
  • Blum & Poe
  • bitforms gallery
  • Burning in Water
  • Canada
  • Cheim & Reid
  • David & Schweitzer
  • Dillon + Lee
  • DM Contemporary
  • Francis M. Naumann Fine Art
  • Fresh Window
  • Foxy Productions
  • Garth Greenan
  • The Hole
  • Lyles & King
  • Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery NY
  • Minus Space
  • LMAK
  • Present Company
  • Salon 94
  • Sean Kelly Gallery
  • Secret Dungeon Project
  • Station Independent Projects
  • Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects
  • Steven Kasher Gallery
  • Thomas Erben Gallery
  • Victori + Mo
  • Viridian Artists

Academic Spaces, Nonprofits & Museums 

  • A.I.R.
  • Blank Forms
  • The Carpenter Center, Harvard University
  • CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts
  • College Art Association
  • FiveMyles
  • First Street Gallery
  • Grey Art Gallery
  • Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project
  • Reed College Art Gallery
  • JOAN, Los Angeles
  • Light Industry
  • No Longer Empty
  • ODETTA
  • Pen + Brush
  • Primary Information
  • Printed Matter
  • Recess
  • SculptureCenter
  • Smack Mellon
  • Triple Canopy
  • White Columns
  • The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University
  • Queens Museum
  • Whitney Museum of American Art: Free Admission
  • New Museum: Free Admission
  • Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia: Free Admission
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles: Free Admission
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver: Free Admission

In addition to the protest, we'd like to bring to attention the Nasty Women exhibition (Jan 12-15) that made history at the Knockdown Center in Queens, NY, and raised $42,000 for Planned Parenthood by selling every piece on display. 

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