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Caitlin MacBride
NADA x Foreland
Catskill, NY
August 28 – 29, 2021



Zoe Fisher Projects is thrilled to present a site specific installation of work by Hudson-based artist Caitlin MacBride at NADA x Foreland, a collaborative weekend exhibition in Catskill opening to the public next Saturday August 28th. Organized with Jesse Greenberg of JAG Projects in partnership with Upstate Art Weekend, NADA x Foreland will present artworks from over 100 artists, presented by 81 exhibitors from New Art Dealers Alliance’s community of galleries, non-profits, and artist-run spaces. Hung by an antique rope and pulley from the exposed beams of Foreland’s former textile mill building, MacBride’s newest large-scale oil painting will continue her longstanding interest in the history of American craft and design.
 
Working within the Foreland studio building for the last few months, Caitlin MacBride and Zoe Fisher Projects are also thrilled to invite you to join us for a solo exhibition of recent works in Caitlin MacBride’s studio in the Foreland Front Building, Studio 6F. Please text or call if you need any assistance finding us and see you there! 415 846 5861

NADA x Forelan will be on view Saturday & Sunday, August 28 and 29 from 11am–8pm.

Foreland
361 Main Street
Catskill, NY

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Maureen St. Vincent
Motherlover
Online  Only
May 20 – June 27, 2021


Zoe Fisher Projects is pleased to present Motherlover, a solo exhibition of new works by Maureen St. Vincent, on view for one moment only, in a secret location tucked into the grassy hills of Northern California, between the poppies and dandelions. In this new series, Maureen evokes the irreverent joy and blissful release of Spring in tandem with the odd and humorous erotisism of its signs and symbols. Click to continue reading press release ︎︎︎

Motherlover  will be on view to the public online only through June 27th, 2020.

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The Weekly Special
2021

The Weekly Special is a weekly email by Zoe Fisher Projects highlighting one single artwork by a young emerging artist I feel deserves your utmost attention. In a new virtual world full of choices - infinite scrolls of images and information - I have been craving singularity. Let The Weekly Special be the remedy to your choice overload, your information fatigue and more importantly, your guide to discovering new works by young artists making important and beautiful work in “these difficult times”.

Adam Alessi
NADA House
Governors Island, NY
May 8 – August 1, 2021



Zoe Fisher Projects is thrilled to present a site specific installation of works by Los Angeles-based artist Adam Alessi for the first time in New York at NADA House. In a new suite of oil and flashe paintings paired with never before seen ceramic works and sculptures, Alessi depicts the archetype of the trickster and his various uncanny surrogates. Mischievous masked figures dance across washy dreamlike canvases and ghoulish faces emerge from ceramic pots and doll figures. Suspended in their object or frame, these tricksters taunt us with stories and magic untold, and within the context of the uncanny domestic space of the Governors Island houses, these images just may come alive.
 
NADA House  will be on view May 8 – August 1, 2021.

House 403, Floor A
A Colonels Row,
Governors Island
New York, NY

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ART MAZE Mag 
Guest Curator
Anniversary Issue 20
2020

It was an absolute pleasure to be selected as guest curator for the Anniversary Issue  of Art Maze  Magazine. Art Maze Magazine is an independent artist-run international print publication dedicated to discovering and promoting experimental and progressive contemporary art, which reflects modern society and its environment, provokes conversation and action; fosters innovation and diversity of mediums which make today’s art scene so intriguing and versatile. It isis published five times per year online and in print and announces a competition-based curated call for art for each issue every 2-3 months. Curators are selected from internationally renowned galleries as well as independent art professionals to select works for each issue’s curated section of works. 

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