CURRENT GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Joan Didion: What She Means
Pérez Art Museum Miami
Miami, FL
Curated by Hilton Als
July 13, 2023 – January 7, 2024
(Originated at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, 2022)
https://www.pamm.org/en/exhibition/joan-didion-what-she-means/

 


RECENT GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Think Pinker
GAVLAK Los Angeles
Curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody
February 11 – April 29, 2023
https://www.gavlakgallery.com/exhibitions/think-pinker?view=slider#21

The Conquest of Space: On Hannah Arendt
Richard Saltoun Gallery
London
Curated by Gavin Delahunty
February 15 – April 2, 2022
https://www.richardsaltoun.com/exhibitions/95-the-conquest-of-space-on-hannah-arendt/

 


RECENT PRESS

Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell. “Citing Her Sources: Elaine Reichek’s New Clothes at Shoshana Wayne,” Observer, July 8, 2023.
https://observer.com/2023/07/citing-her-sources-elaine-reicheks-new-clothes-at-shoshana-wayne/

Jody Zellen. “Elaine Reichek: ‘Frock-Conscious’: Critiquing and Celebrating Modes and Methods of Representation.” ArtNowLA, July 2023. https://artnowla.com/2023/06/23/elaine-reichek-frock-conscious/

 


RECENT CATALOGUES & PUBLICATIONS

2023

Hilton Als. Joan Didion: What She Means (Los Angeles: Hammer Museum), 35, 123.
https://store.hammer.ucla.edu/collections/hammer-publications/products/joan-didion

Mark Godfrey and Katy Siegel, eds. Making Their Mark: Art by Women in the Shah Garg Collection (New York: Gregory R. Miller & Co.). Katy Siegel, “Some Women,” 31; Allie Biswas, “Elaine Reichek,” 234–35, plate 47.
https://www.grmandco.com/titles/making-their-mark-art-by-women-in-the-shah-garg-collection

2022

Stephan Kunz and Susann Wintsch, eds. Venedigsche Sterne: Kunst und Stickerei [Venetian Stars: Art and Embroidery] (Chur, Switzerland: Bündner Kunstmuseum, with Scheidegger & Spiess). Susann Wintsch, “Elaine Reichek,” 199–206; “Der Aufstieg der Stickerei zur Politischen Kunst” [“The Rise of Embroidery to Political Art”], 227–32.
https://kunstmuseum.gr.ch/de/shop/Seiten/Shop.aspx?opcode=details&ProductID=10335&catID=492

Howard A. Zar. Women’s Work (Tarrytown, NY: Lyndhurst and National Historic Trust for Preservation).
Rebecca R. Hart, “Spinning a Fragile Thread over Time,” 17; “Exhibition Gallery,” 22–23, 32–34. “List of Works in the Exhibition,” 102.

2021

Joseph McBrinn. Queering the Subversive Stitch: Men and the Culture of Needlework (London: Bloomsbury Visual Arts), xix, 7–8, 120, 166 n.30–31, plate 1. https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/queering-the-subversive-stitch-9781472578044/

Lauren O’Neill-Butler. “Elaine Reichek,” in Let’s Have a Talk: Conversations with Women on Art and Culture (New York: Karma Books), 116–19. https://bookstore.karmakarma.org/product/lauren-oneill-butler-lets-have-a-talk/