Lectures & Events
Large-scale installation, Mad Sq Park at 5th ave, NYC
Sept 25, 2018 - Apr 28, 2019
Group exhibition, Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin, TX
Jan 19 - March 30, 2019
Upcoming: solo exhibition, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects
Special commission for the permanent collection of the Jewish Museum, NYC
on view Jan 21, 2018
I realize that mid-December in New York is a shivery time and not ideal for contemplating sailing or outdoor sculpture. But Arlene Shechet has made those subjects newly topical in her brilliant maritime-themed installation…
Splinters were flying onto the floor recently as the artist Arlene Shechet wielded a tool with a whirring blade called an angle grinder. She was carving a massive block of wood that was slowly turning into a sculpture of a woman for her art installation “Full Steam Ahead,” in Manhattan’s Madison Square Park.
Pace Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of sculptor Arlene Shechet. Her first exhibition with Pace is currently anticipated for spring 2019 in Chelsea.
Susan Unterberg speaks with Arlene Shechet and Amy Sherald, both recipients of the Anonymous Was a Woman grant.
I really dig the “hybrid comic clumsiness” that she’s been
Harvesting unapologetically for quite some time. - Phong Bui
A new series of woodblock prints published by the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, Columbia University, featured at the E/AB Print Fair, 2017
Interview with Arlene Shechet, published by Phaidon in collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2017
Arlene Shechet featured in Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art, published by Phaidon, 2017