Sharon Brant: Sideswiped

Installation view of Sharon Brant: Sideswiped, MINUS SPACE, Brooklyn, NY, 2012

November 9 - December 22, 2012

MINUS SPACE is pleased to announce the exhibition Sharon Brant: Sideswiped. This is the Beacon, New York-based artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery and it will feature a suite of new paintings and works on paper.

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National Endowment for the Arts Issues Research Note on Women Artists: 1990 to 2005


  The artists of A.I.R. Gallery, NYC, early 1970s Among the key findings: * Female artists earn less than male artists. * Women make up just under half of all artists nationwide (46 percent), yet they are underrepresented in many artist professions. * Women have achieved a greater presence in some artist occupations. * Women artists are as likely to be married as female workers in general, but they are less likely to have children. […]

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The History Show: Work by A.I.R. Artists from 1972 to the Present, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

  October 2 — November 1, 2008 Participating Artists: Sheila Manion Artz, Dotty Attie, Nancy Azara, Rachel Bas-Cohain, Susan Bee, Judith Bernstein, Liz Biddle, Maude Boltz, Agnes Denes, Sari Dienes, Daria Dorosh, Mary Beth Edelson, Jessie Nebraska Gifford, Barbara Grinell, Harmony Hammond, Louise Kramer, Pat Lasch, Carolyn Martin, Rosemary Mayer, Louise McCagg, Patsy Norvell, Howardena Pindell, Ann Pachner, Jill Parisi, Beatrice Riese, Barbara Roux, Ursula Schneider, Ann Schaumburger, Barbara Siegel, Sylvia Sleigh, Nancy Storrow, Tenesh […]

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Sharon Brant & Lynne Harlow in Material Matter, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

  September 8 — October 8, 2007 Sharon Brant, Untitled, 2000  Enamel on canvas under handmade glass, framed, 24 x 24 x 2.25 inches Curated by Kat Griefen, Director of AIR Gallery, from the membership of American Abstract Artists, the artists in Material Matter affirm the group’s openness to difference, both in form and theory, and its non-party line approach. Here, the organization’s legacy is manifested in the artists’ use of unlikely materials or use […]

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Sharon Brant interview with Chris Ashley

  introduction Sharon Brant’s paintings and drawings embody a consistency of vision and persistence. Her work is the result of a long commitment to abstraction; it is structured and perceptual, human and beautiful, quiet and sensitive. Her career is distinguished by her long history as an exhibiting painter, by her support of the work by other artists, and by her position in the community.  — Chris Ashley, June 2005    The following interview with Chris […]

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