New York’s Casey Kaplan gallery now represents the artist N. Dash, who is known for her muted post-minimal paintings, which she typically makes by applying water mixed with adobe to linen. They are resolutely spare. Kaplan, which is moving to Manhattan’s Flower District on West 27th Street next month, said that it will do a solo show with Dash next year.
Dash’s first solo museum show in the United States, at the Hammer in Los Angeles, closed on Sunday. Dash, who also works in photography, has recently been in group shows with the High Line (the impressive “Pier 54,” curated by Cecilia Alemani), and at the Maxxi Museum in Rome and the Berkeley Art Museum in Berkeley, California. In 2013 she had a solo show at the closely watched St. Louis nonprofit White Flag Projects. The artist had previously shown with the Untitled gallery in New York.
Dash’s work will appear next in “Repetition and Difference” at New York’s Jewish Museum, which is being organized by Jens Hoffman and Daniel Palmer. It opens March 13.