Trestle Gallery 2019: A Deeper Look

For the 2019 exhibition season, Trestle will be focussing on solo exhibitions of underrepresented artists. To this end, we have invited emerging & established curators to organize solo exhibitions of an artist of their choosing at Trestle Gallery.

For many artists, this will be their first solo show in New York and we are proud to be able to support these curators and artists by offering our exhibition space. Providing a deeper look at an individual artist’s practice will allow for more nuance and subtlety than if one were to encounter these artist’s work in a group exhibition setting. It is our hope that viewers come away from attending these exhibitions with a greater clarity of insight.

 
 
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Jason Andrew

Curator of Introductions 2019: Julia Wilson
Opening Reception: 1/11/19 | On View: 12/21/18 - 1/30/19

Jason Andrew is an independent scholar, curator, and producer. He is the Founding Partner at Artist Estate Studio, LLC, which manages the estates of Jack Tworkov, Janice Biala, and Elizabeth Murray as well as the studio of Robert Zakanitch to name a few. A prominent figure in the Brookyn art scene, Mr. Andrew is the co-founder and director of Norte Maar  a non-profit now celebrating its 15th anniversary encouraging, promoting, and presenting collaborative projects in the arts.

He can be followed on Twitter and Instagram: @jandrewARTS

For exhibition information on Introductions 2019: Julia Wilson, click here.

Check out the Introductions 2019: Applicant Exhibition here.


Jesse Bandler Firestone

Curator of Lesbian Matters, solo exhibition by Phoenix Lindsay-Hall
Opening Reception: 2/8/19 | On View: 2/7/18 - 4/3/18

Jesse Bandler Firestone (b 1992, NY) is an independent curator working between South Florida and New York. Their curatorial work looks to expand exhibition making into a collaborative practice that can bring artists, non-artists, peripheral social networks, and institutions into dialogue with one another. Firestone treats art as a nexus to open a wide range of topics and touch on issues surrounding consciousness, identity, and our fast-approaching future.

Firestone moved to New York in 2016 upon being selected as Trestle Project's Curator in Residence '16-'17, is currently pursuing their MA in Curatorial Practice at SVA, and is the assistant curator at the Miami-focused, artist-run fair Satellite Art Show. Firestone's writings have been published in Sleek Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, and D/Railed.


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