Current Exhibition

  • Nina Chanel Abney
  • Rita Ackermann
  • Alex Bag
  • Jean-Michel Basquiat
  • Katherine Bernhardt
  • Joe Bradley
  • Sarah Braman
  • Bread and Puppet Theater
  • Lizzi Bougatsos
  • William N. Copley
  • Thornton Dial
  • Jason Fox
  • Keith Haring
  • Wally Hedrick
  • Lonnie Holley
  • Sadie Laska
  • Chris Martin
  • Jeanette Mundt
  • Laura Owens
  • A.R. Penck
  • Joyce Pensato
  • Carol Rama
  • Tyson Reeder
  • Bill Saylor
  • Peter Saul
  • Kenny Scharf
  • Julian Schnabel
  • Josh Smith
  • Agathe Snow
  • Spencer Sweeney
  • Henry Taylor
  • Don Van Vliet
  • Sue Williams

Animal Farm

Greenwich May 14th to October 1st, 2017

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  • Sadie Laska
  • Katherine Bernhardt
  • Nina Chanel Abney

Additional elements of the exhibition include a curated selection of puppets and theatrical banners in the foundation’s Library space, exhibited in collaboration with Bread and Puppet Theater. The Honey Badgers—a musical group consisting of artists Jack Hanley, Phil Grauer, Tyson Reeder, and Michael Mahalchick—will activate Sarah Braman’s large-scale sculpture with a musical performance.  The opening reception will also feature live musical performances by Lonnie Holley and LOBOTOMAXXX.

Participating Artists

Nina Chanel Abney, Rita Ackermann, Alex Bag, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Katherine Bernhardt, Lizzi Bougatsos, Joe Bradley, Sarah Braman, Bread and Puppet Theater, William N. Copley, Thornton Dial, Jason Fox, Keith Haring, Wally Hedrick, Lonnie Holley, Sadie Laska, Chris Martin, Jeanette Mundt, Laura Owens, A.R. Penck, Joyce Pensato, Carol Rama, Tyson Reeder, Peter Saul, Bill Saylor, Kenny Scharf, Julian Schnabel, Josh Smith, Agathe Snow, Spencer Sweeney, Henry Taylor, Don Van Vliet and Sue Williams.

About Sadie Laska

Sadie Laska is a visual artist and musician living in Queens, New York. She received her MFA from Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts in 2014. Laska’s work has been shown internationally, with solo shows at CANADA, New York; Office Baroque, Brussels; KS Art, New York; and Galerie Bernard Ceysson, in Paris, Luxembourg and Geneva. Her work has also been included in exhibitions at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, White Columns, Marlborough Gallery, Zürcher Gallery and Harper’s Books. Laska’s band, I.U.D., has performed at international venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, The Brant Foundation, The Kitchen, ISSUE Project Room, Astrup Fearnley and the Kunsthalle Zürich.

 

Selected Press:

ARTnews Announces The Brant Foundation’s upcoming exhibition, Animal Farm, curated by Sadie Laska

Animal Magnetism: A New Exhibition Channels Orwell (and the Eighties Art Scene) by Pac Pobric

Artist Sadie Laska Curates Animal Farm at The Brant Foundation Art Study Center by David Graver

Peter’s Farm by Trinie Dalton

 

Join in the conversation with The Brant Foundation and Animal Farm on Instagram via @TheBrantFoundation and the hashtag #AnimalFarm.

 

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Animal Farm

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