Pippa Garner will be included in the next Made in L.A. biennial, curated by Diana Nawi and Pablo José Ramírez, opening October 2023
Clifford Prince King is featured in "Long Songs: Photography and Intimacy," curated by Sara Raza, June 2–September 11, 2023
International Center for Photography
Eric-Paul Riege in "Indian Theater," curated by Candice Hopkins, June 24–November 26, 2023
Hessel Museum of Art
Cynthia Hawkins in "So let us all by citizens too," curated by Ebony L. Haynes, April 20-May 26, 2023
David Zwirner, London
André-Naquian Wheeler, "In a New Exhibition, Photographer Clifford Prince King Spotlights Lovers and Friends," March 27, 2023
Cynthia Hawkins is the recipient of the 2023 Helen Frankenthaler Award for Painting
Foundation for Contemporary Arts
Eileen Townsend, "It Is a Playground For Me: How Artist Eric-Paul Riege Is Surfacing the Indigenous Identity in His Soft Sculptures and Live Performances," February 15, 2023
Clifford Prince King: Yesterday and Beyond opens February 7, 2023 (solo)
Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum
Clifford Prince King is participating in ENGAGE Symposium on photography, fashion and black representation on February 4, 2023.
Museum of African Diaspora San Francisco
STARS included in "LA's Ambitious New Galleries to Visit During Frieze," by Jennifer Piejko, January 3, 2023.
Janet Olivia Henry included in "28 Overlooked Black Artists to Discover This Black History Month," by Ayanna Dozier, February 1, 2023.
Brit Barton, "Auto Erotics: Pippa Garner at the Kunstverein Munich," January 27, 2023.
Texte zur Kunst
Claudette Gacuti is included in "Taylor Davis Selects: Invisible Ground of Sympathy," Jan 31, 2023 – Jan 7, 2024
Taylor Michael, "What Just Above Midtown Meant for Black Artists," featuring Janet Henry, January 18, 2023.
"10 Emerging Artists to Watch at Frieze Los Angeles 2023," featuring Clifford Prince King, December 25, 2022.
Clifford Prince King's "Orange Grove" is one of the 20 best photo books of 2022, December 21, 2022
Adam Murray selects Clifford Prince King's "Orange Grove" as one of this year's "most visually arresting photo projects," December 2022
Sonya Kelliher-Combs is included in "Arctic/Amazon: Networks of Global Indigeneity," October 1–December 30, 2022
The Power Plant
Janet Olivia Henry is included in "Just Above Midtown: Changing Spaces," October 9, 2022-February 18, 2023
Clifford Prince King included in "Day With(out) Art 2022: BEING & BELONGING," December 3, 4-6pm at MOCA LA
Andrés Monzón featured in "Still to be Named / Aún por Nombrar," curated by Paolo Peña, November 12, 2022–January 15, 2023
PS122 Gallery, New York
Kate Brown, "Munich’s Art Scene Is in the Midst of a Renaissance," featuring Pippa Garner, October 6, 2022
Cynthia Hawkins in "Just Above Midtown: 1974 to Present," curated by Thomas J. Lax, October 9, 2022-February 18, 2023
Fiona Alison Duncan, "The Boldly Queer, Proudly Off-Kilter World of Pippa Garner," October 2022
Cynthia Hawkins in "Painting in New York: 1971-83," organized by Ivy Shapiro, September 21–November 5, 2022
Adam Murray, "Clifford Prince King’s Moving Portraits of Black, Queer Intimacy," September 20, 2022.
"What Does It Mean to Be a Young, Black Queer Artist Right Now?" featuring Clifford Prince King, September 16, 2022.
David Matorin, "Artists at Work: Pippa Garner 'Back to Zero Again'," September 12, 2022.
East of Borneo
Clifford Prince King in "If We Never Get Better," curated by Sydney Ellison, September 8–December 10, 2022.
Andrés Monzón in "Dirty Work," curated by Edward Salas, September 9 – October 21, 2022
Andrés Monzón in panel discussion "A Passion for Form: New Perspectives" on Thursday, August 18, 7pm BST
Matt Stromberg, "Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for July 2022," featuring Clifford Prince King
Pippa Garner "Immaculate Misconceptions," June 11-September 25, 2022 (solo)
Verge Center for the Arts
On Saturday, May 21, 2pm, Jacci Den Hartog and Ashton Cooper will be in conversation at the gallery
Clifford Prince King in the 8th edition of the Triennial, on view May 20-September 18, 2022
Hamburg Triennial of Photography
On Saturday, April 23, 3pm EST, Cynthia Hawkins will lecture on "Charles Ethan Porter’s Refusal of Marginalization"
Arts Center East
Eric-Paul Riege in "Fire Figure Fantasty," the museum's first permanent collection exhibition, May 12-October 30, 2022
On Sunday, March 20, 2pm, Cynthia Hawkins will be in conversation with curator Lauren Mackler at the gallery
Ellie Duke, "New Mexico Fiber Artist Eric-Paul Riege Sees Life as a Loom," March 26, 2022
Art in America
Caitlin Chaisson, "How the Forge Project Is Supporting Indigenous Presence Coming Home," featuring Eric-Paul Riege, issue 225.
On Monday, February 28, 1 PM EST, Beaux Mendes will be in conversation with art historian Ksenia M. Soboleva
On Monday, February 28, 6 PM EST, Cynthia Hawkins will present on "African American Abstract Art in New York during the 1960s and 1970s"
Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County
Clifford Prince King on the cover of the new issue of BUTT Magazine, launching March 3 at Palais de Tokyo
India Irving, "Applied Arts and Textile Works Steal the Show at Frieze LA," February 22, 2022
"10 Rising Stars to Discover on Frieze Viewing Room," featuring Eric-Paul Riege, February 15, 2022
Caroline Ellen Liou, "Satisfyingly Tactile Art at Frieze Los Angeles," featuring Eric-Paul Riege, February 18, 2022.
Clifford Prince King in "feels familiar," curated by Ines Sanchez de Lozada, February 17-March 6, 2022
Travis Diehl, "Pippa Garner’s gender-bending satire on America’s consumer culture," February 11, 2022
STARS is delighted to participate in the Focus LA section of the fair, curated by Amanda Hunt, February 17–20, 2022
Eric-Paul Riege included in "Snake whisky still life and other stories," curated by Todd Bockley, opening January 15, 2022
Various Small Fires
Clifford Prince King in conversation with Paul Mpagi Sepuya, January 20, 7 PM EST
Robert Giard Foundation
Clifford Prince King is included in "Subject – Object," curated by Sarah Knobel, January 19–February 26, 2022
St. Lawrence University
Eric-Paul Riege is performing on Saturday, January 22, 2022 for the closing festivities of P.5 Prospect New Orleans
Contemporary Arts Center
Fiona Alison Duncan, "The T-Shirt Oeuvre of Pippa Garner is a Future Classic," in print, December 2021.
HIGHart by High Snobiety
Pippa Garner in "Isolation is the Mother of Invention," a Benefit Exhibition Supporting Education Above All
Institute of Arab and Islamic Art (IAIA)
"Life Like," a Pippa Garner tribute show in support of JOAN is on view through January 15, 2022 in the storefront space next to STARS
Clifford Prince King in "Shattered Glass," curated by Melahn Frierson and AJ Girard, November 29–December 5, 2021
Jeffrey Deitch, Miami
Pippa Garner interviewed by Kate Wolf on the LARB podcast, November 27, 2021
Los Angeles Review of Books
Toronto Biennial of Art artist list announced, including Eric-Paul Riege, "What Water Knows, The Land Remembers," will run from March 26–June 5, 2022
Eric-Paul Riege performance as part of "Color Riot!: How Color Changed Navajo Textiles," December 11 from 11 AM–4 PM
Montclair Art Museum
Renée Reizman, "Pippa Garner’s Household Inventions Reimagine the World," November 15, 2021
Shuriya Davis included in "SURVEY," organized by Brittni Ann Harvey and Harry Gould Harvey IV, November 13 2021 - January 8 2022
Ben Davis, "In Pictures: See the Sharp, City-Spanning Art From the Long-Awaited Return of the Prospect New Orleans Triennial," featuring Eric-Paul Riege, November 11, 2021
Edward Siddons, "Two lovers kiss behind a tree: Clifford Prince King’s best photograph," October 27, 2021
"See if you can count the multitudes in these self-portraits by Clifford Prince King," October 13, 2021
Los Angeles Times
Matt Stromberg and Elise Wouk Almino, "Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for October 2021"
"Interconnected and Ever-Expanding, Los Angeles Art is Piquing Our Gallery Brain," featuring Pippa Garner, October 2, 2021
Eric-Paul Riege in "P.5 Yesterday we said tomorrow," October 23, 2021–January 23, 2022
Prospect New Orleans
Eric-Paul Riege commissioned to make a new film premiering at The Shed, New York in September 2021
Takako Yamaguchi in "The Ocean," curated by Axel Weider, August 28–October 31, 2021
Beaux Mendes in "Palai," Palazzo Tamborino-Cezzi in Lecce, Italy, July 23rd through September 15th, 2021.
"Los Angeles Art Today is Dextrous, Incisive and Unafraid," featuring Takako Yamaguchi, July 2, 2021
Takako Yamaguchi in "With Pleasure: Pattern and Decoration in American Art 1972–1985," June 26–November 28, 2021
Hessel Museum of Art
Sheila Regan reviews "Eric-Paul Riege: (my god, YE’ii [1-2]) (jaatłoh4Ye’iitsoh [1–6]) (a loom between Me+U, dah ‘iistł’ǫ́)," June 11, 2021
Liam Hess, "Inside the Intimate New York Photography Exhibition Celebrating Queer Chosen Families," featuring Clifford Prince King, June 4, 2021
Gracie Hadland, "Five Exhibitions to See in Los Angeles," featuring Takako Yamaguchi, May 26, 2021
On June 4-5, Eric-Paul Riege will perform on and around Jeffrey Gibson's installation
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Eric-Paul Riege "(my god, YE’ii [1-2]) (jaatłoh4Ye’iitsoh [1–6]) (a loom between Me+U, dah ‘iistł’ǫ́)," 2021 (Solo)
Bockley Gallery, New Mexico
"Pippa Garner and Hayden Dunham on the Struggle of Being Inside Bodies," May 19, 2021
Aruna D’Souza, "Artists in a Post-George Floyd, Mid-Pandemic World," featuring Clifford Prince King, May 13, 2021
New York Times
Gracie Hadland, "With No Type of Story: Touring the Untied Mind of Pippa Garner," March 12, 2021
Dhyandra Lawson, "Celebrating Black History Month—Photography Collection Highlights, Part 1," featuring Clifford Prince King, February 26, 2021
Eli Diner, "Five Los Angeles Shows to See this Month," featuring Pippa Garner, March 1, 2021
Marjon Carlos, "Clifford Prince King’s Intimate Photographs of Black Queer Men," June 18, 2020
Fiona Alison Duncan, "Neke Carson Painted Andy Warhol With His Ass, Then Founded a Modeling Agency," May 6, 2020