Jesse Darling presents solo exhibition Support Level at New York’s Chapter NY opening January 26 and running to March 11.
Showing new paintings and sculptures, the works will draw from ‘the clinical as a structural and social form of abjection.” Mobility aids, hygiene curtains, health posters and chairs to name a few embody a form of uncertainty and vulnerability that sit as a “precarious force somewhere between marked resilience and physical decline.”
The first ever Condo New York is on at galleries around the city, running June 29 to July 29.
The collaborative exhibition acts as a space of collaboration and exchange: founded in London in 2016 by Vanessa Carlos of Carlos/Ishikawa, the project was set up to offer international galleries an opportunity to show in London-based galleries. This year, New York opens its gallery doors to host 36 visiting galleries across 16 spaces and is organized by Nicole Russo of Chapter NY and Simone Subal of Simone Subal Gallery.
The project “arose from a reevaluation of existing exhibition models, a desire to pool resources and act communally, and the need to activate the gallery space in a different manner, ” with a strong focus on experimental exhibitions.