Nikesha Breeze sculpture featured in The New York Times
Gallery artist Nikesha Breeze recreated her piece 108 Death Masks in bronze for the Freedom Monument Sculpture Park opening in Montgomery, Alabama in 2024. Read all about it in The New York Times article Alabama Sculpture Park Aims to Look at Slavery Without Flinching.
Jennifer Lynch featured in Albuquerque Journal
Read Kathleen Roberts’ interview with gallery artist Jennifer Lynch in Artist Jennifer Lynch creates an alchemy between the familiar and the abstract.
Manjari Sharma • Darshan Limited Edition Portfolio Release
Marking the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Manjari Sharma’s iconic project Darshan, Richard Levy Gallery is delighted to announce the launch of a limited edition portfolio containing prints of all nine deities in the series. The 11″ x 14″ prints are housed in a clam shell case and encased in an ornate lattice-work slipcase which was designed by the artist. The design on the slipcase is reminiscent of ancient Indian motifs.
Southwest Contemporary includes Richard Levy Gallery’s 30th anniversary in their Field Guide article 2021 Anniversaries in New Mexico Arts!
Gallery Artist Nikesha Breeze was featured as one of Southwest Contemporary’s 2021 12 New Mexico Artists to Know Now. Read the full article here.
Gallery Artist Shoshannah White was featured as one of Southwest Contemporary’s 2021 12 New Mexico Artists to Know Now. Read the full article here.
Domestic spaces are in the air! Join Form & Concept Director and Family Room curator Jordan Eddy as he explores our current exhibition Land of Plenty, featuring the boundary-blurring work of Philly-based artist Jackie Riccio, while Richard Levy Gallery’s Director Viviette Hunt steps inside Family Room at Form & Concept, an immersive installation showcasing the chosen family within the queer community .
The Creative Independent interviews visual artist Paula Wilson on her daily studio rituals, embracing multiplicity, moving through doubt and insecurities, and the self-awareness of a painting in On being mindful of where we put our attention.
Listen to insightful conversations with the curator, Kianah Jay as she interviews Noé Barnett, Nikesha Breeze, Karsten Creightney, and Paula Wilson, and view works from this show. The video was produced by Richard Levy Gallery, co-directed by Kianah Jay and Richard Levy Gallery, and edited by Chocolate Strawberry Productions.
Katie White interviewed Rania Matar about making the work in SHE and what she’s doing now in article: Rania Matar’s Captivating Photographs of Young Women Around the World Capture the Transitory Beauty of Adolescence.
The article With window portraits, a photographer can “forget a little the sadness” in The Boston Globe showcases Rania Matar‘s current and timely body of work in which she photographs people through their windows during quarantine.
Article entitled Double Take: Mary Ellen Bartley and Dylan Hausthor reviews the gallery exhibition 2020 Vision and is featured on the cover of Pasatiempo in the Santa Fe New Mexican.
Isa Leshko’s monograph Allowed to Grow Old featured in the New York Times 2019 Holiday Gift Guide. Signed copies available through the gallery.
Emi Ozawa chosen for Alcoves 2020, a tradition of a series of exhibitions featuring the work of artists living in New Mexico right now.