Friday, May 28
Simon Lee Gallery Now Represents Sonia Boyce
Sonia Boyce, who will be the first Black woman to represent Britain at the Venice Biennale in 2022, is now represented by Simon Lee Gallery, which has locations in London and Hong Kong. Boyce’s socially engaged practice has spanned performance, drawing, photography, video, and other mediums. Simon Lee will present an exhibition of the artist’s work in London in fall 2022, and the artist will continue to work with Apalazzo Gallery in Italy.
Nicelle Beauchene Now Represents Lucy Puls
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery in New York now represents multidisciplinary artist Lucy Puls. Since the early 1980s, Puls has interrogated materiality, capitalism, and memory through sculpture and photography. Her work is often comprised of discarded or lost objects as a statement on what people assign value. She has shown at the Jewish Museum in New York, SculptureCenter in Queens, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, among other venues. The gallery will present her work during Art Basel’s “OVR: Portals” in June, and will mount a solo exhibition of her work at the gallery in December.