"Gallery 104 is pleased to present Handle with Care, a solo exhibition of thirteen works by New York-based artist and designer Christian Boss. Curated by Gallery 104 Director Beth Hughes, this show brings together acrylic and aerosol painted works that explore interrelated ideas about mass media, the cult of celebrity, and notions of authenticity in the digital age."
"Ultimately, 1stdibs’s partnership with Christie’s means that a new subset of collectors will be browsing the diverse offerings on display, both at its physical showroom and on its digital marketplace. This will increase buyer traffic and directly benefit the artists who exhibit at 1stdibs, including the current group who are part of Gallery 104’s June exhibition: Harold Barnard, Jane Sinclair, Olga Feshina, Sirenes, Jill Nonnemacher, Adrienne Anbinder, Sherry Krivosheev, Susan McKenna List, Ashley Vanore, M. Clark, Blakelee Harmon, Mae Jean, and Michail Papavalodoukas."
"NYA Gallery and Gallery 104 are pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new work by Olga Feshina. Curated by Shane Townley, the show will feature a total of eight paintings, many of which have not been previously exhibited. These works explore core motifs related to the artist’s ongoing “New Tech Girls” series, namely beauty, image construction and distortion, identity, self-fashioning, and presentation."
"NYA Gallery is pleased to be participating with more than 20 other cultural institutions in lower Manhattan in order to highlight a diverse and stimulating range of contemporary media, including fine art, design, fashion, dance, music, VR, video, and craft."
“Specifically, she offers a compelling critique of how the paradigms of contemporary feminine beauty are created, distributed, and absorbed across digital devices and platforms.”
"Each work in the show touches upon the idea of nurture, visualizing approaches to reciprocal processes of caring for self and others. In a range of media, these cultural producers thoughtfully prompt viewers to consider the formative nurturing experiences and forces that have had an impact on their own development and construction of identity."