Left Field Gallery

1242 Monterey, St.
San Luis Obispo, CA
OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, June 2nd, 6 - 9 p.m.

Marissa Bluestone
Sophie Grant
Meena Hasan
Miriam Hitchcock

Curated by Cal Siegel



May 4 - June 15, 2017
Opening Reception: May 4th 6-9pm
Skowhegan Program Space
New York, NY

Personals is an exhibition of small objects on a large conference table. Works by 100 Skowhegan alumni spanning 65 summers and 6 countries are joined in an installation that is inherently about making room for others and connecting with one’s peers.


April 12th - May 11th 2017
OPENING RECEPTION: Wednesday April 12th, 6 - 9 p.m.

Sophie Grant
Maryam Hoseini
Eric Mack
RJ Messineo
Sophy Naess
Jennifer Packer
Rit Premnath
Em Rooney


We the Watchers are Also Bodies is a painting exhibition presenting the work of eight New York-based contemporary artists. The project is organized around four assumptions regarding the relationship between painting and the body:

First assumption: the process of paying attention—to form, to people who would otherwise suffer from invisibility, to the images that tell us what is true and how to live—is one of the most important political tasks we can engage in on a day to day basis.

Second assumption: the point of painting is really to make us aware of our capacity for attention. It doesn’t ask us to pay attention to anything in particular; it is addressed to the phenomenon of attention itself. To the very structure of our watching.

Third assumption: there is contemporary painting that insists on the fact that attention implies a body and there is contemporary painting that is still invested in an abstract, disembodied form of vision.

Fourth assumption: politics that disavow the body are vicious.

The artists in "We the Watchers are Also Bodies" conceive of painting as that which pictures the structure of watching, but their paintings remain objects that remind the viewer that watching takes place with the body.

"We the Watchers are Also Bodies" is the third iteration of NM Llorens’ on-going curatorial research on the critical value of contemporary painting. The first was a performative lecture with Marley Freeman as part of a curatorial residency at Triangle Arts Association in Dumbo. The second was a curatorial practicum seminar at Eugene Lang and an exhibition curated with the students entitled Syntagma.

Natasha Marie Llorens is an independent curator and writer based between New York and Marseille, France. She is a graduate of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College and a Ph.D. candidate in art history at Columbia University. Her academic research is focused on violence and representation in Algerian national cinema from the 1960s and 1970s.

Saturdays and Sundays
12-6pm, and by appointment

25 Park Place, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10007


Lower East Side Print Shop Keyholder Residency awarded October 1, 2016


High Desert, Inner Space at Santa Fe Art Institute, NM

August 26 - Sep 2
Participating artist:
Scott M Anderson, US
Malene Bach, DK
Jesse Chun, KR
Jesper Dyrehauge, DK
Johanne Skovbo Lasgaard, DK
Geoffrey Owen Miller, US
Sophie B Grant, US
Jason Baerg, CA

From Aug. 26th to Sept. 2nd the group show High Desert, Inner Space will be on view in the William T. Lumpkin’s Studio at the Santa Fe Art Institute in New Mexico. The exhibition is thematically inspired by William Lumpkin’s multifaceted oeuvre as an artist: his long-term devotion to the New Mexican landscape in his paintings and watercolors; his spiritual influences from Zen Buddhism and involvement with the Transcendental Painting Group; and his innovative designs within adobe architecture and passive solar technology.

The art works selected for High Desert, Inner Space relate to Lumpkin’s range of interests in each their own way and all posses a great sensitivity and understanding of color, space, light and texture. The show is organized by Harpo Fellow, Annesofie Sandal who is currently Artist in Residency with Santa Fe Art Institute.

William Lumpkins Studio
Santa Fe Art Institute
1600 St Michaels Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87505


Hercules Art Studio Program

Inaugural Exhibition, curated by Andrea Woodner
May 5 - 21, 2016
Open hours Mon-Sat 2-6pm

25 Park Place, FL 3
New York, NY


Underdonk Selects
Benefit Auction
December 5-18, 2015
Opening Saturday, Dec. 5th, 7-10pm

Underdonk Gallery
1329 Willoughby Ave #211
Brooklyn, NY 11237
L train to Jefferson St


Field Projects

Curated by Lauren Haynes

Dates: November 5th - December 19th, 2015

Opening Reception: Thursday, November 5th, 6-8pm

Field Projects is pleased to present IMPOSSIBLE GEOMETRIES, curated from Field Projects’ recent open call by guest curator LAUREN HAYNES, Associate Curator, The Studio Museum in Harlem. The exhibition features work by Cudelice Brazelton, Tom Butler, Sophie Grant, Shanti Grumbine, Robin Kang, Tina Kohlmann, Khánh H. Lê, Maria Lienaba, Megan Mueller, Alisa Ochoa, Mary Tooley Parker, Sarah Von Puttkammer, Sarah Schneider, Millee Tibbs, M. Giovanni Valderas, Fiorella Gonzales Vigil, and Stephanie Woods.


Whomsoever or Wheresoever May Rest the Present
A group exhibition with artists Sophie Grant, Changha Hwang, Zaun Lee and Geoffrey Owen Miller.

400 S 2nd St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 17th 2015 - 7-9pm

"Whomsoever or Wheresoever May Rest the Present" is a reference by Ada Lovelace, the woman who is crediting with being the first to imagine computers and AI. Ada Lovelace was an English mathematician and writer, chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage's early mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. Her notes on the engine include what is recognised as the first algorithm intended to be carried out by a machine. Ada described her approach as "poetical science" and herself as an "Analyst & Metaphysician". Her "Notes" contain what many consider to be the first computer program - an algorithm designed to be carried out by a machine. Her mind-set of "poetical science" led her to ask questions about the Analytical Engine examining how individuals and society relate to technology as a collaborative tool.


Hand, Finger, Digit
An exhibition of work by Kate Elliot, Sophie Grant, Megan Pahmier, Katie Schwab and Gabriela Vainsencher
The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Opening Reception: July 27, 2015


Art of the Northeast 65th Annual Exhibition
Silvermine Arts Center, New Canaan, CT
Curators: Michelle Grabner & Brad Killam
June 6th - July 26th, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 6th, 6-8pm


Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, FL
Artist in Residence May 18th - June 7th, 2015
Master Artist: Inka Essenhigh


Right of Window
Sophie Grant & Jenna Westra

Performances by Constance DeJong, Emmy Catedral & Sarada Rauch

May 16th - June 7th, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 16th, 7-10pm
Saturday - Sunday, 1-6pm & by appointment

87 Richardson St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211