Falling Through ‘n’ Going After Artists: Katya Grokhovsky, Sarah Nicole Snow Fuhrman, Sarah Lee, Aisling Hamrogue, Izabela Gola Curated by Izabela Gola April 5th - 26th 2019 Performance: Katya Grokhovsky, April 5th 8pm Panel discussion: April 26h 7pm One Eyed Studios Gallery 1639 Centre St. Ridgewood, NY 11385
BRIC Biennial February 6th - April 7th 2019 BRIC 647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217, USA
CAA - College Art Association Annual Conference Session Chair: "Contested Site: Female Body in Contemporary Art" Discussant: "NYFA: Supporting Immigrant Artists and Communities" Presenter: “The Production of Public Space: Women Artists in Performance across the Globe” Performance: “Rape, Representation, and Radicality |TFAP@CAA: The Feminist Art Project Day of Panels” February 13th-16th 2019 New York Hilton Midtown New York, NY
Art in Odd Places 2018 BODY NYC Curated by Katya Grokhovsky October 5-27th 2018 Festival Exhibition Opening Reception 4th October 6-8pm Panel: October 18th 6-8pm Closing Reception and Performances: October 27th 6-8pm Westbeth Gallery 55 Bethune St, New York, NY 10014, USA October 11-14th 2018Public Art Festival Along 14th street Manhattan
LIGHT YEAR 42: Hyperreal Video Art Exhibit projected onto the Manhattan Bridge Thursday, October 4th 2018 6 - 10pm *Best place to view: from the Pearl Street Triangle Curated by Kim Doan Quoc Participating Artists: Dario Alva, Zoé Brunet-Jailly, Kira DeCoudres, Fornax Void, Katya Grokhovsky, Paul Kusnierek-Numérobé, Malo Lacroix, Raphaël Moreira Gonçalves, Wild Torus, and Adam Zaretsky
Frieze Tag Video installation one day pop up & performance night Opening: 24th August 6-9pm On view: Saturday 25th August 12-6pm Brooklyn Playground Brooklyn Cluster Gallery 540 President St Brooklyn, NY 11215, USA
If you Have Two Legs, Borrow another Pair and Run Curated by : Santina Amato and Sarah Kathryn Skaggs Artists: Katie Hammond, Lauren Steinberg, Katya Grokhovsky, Monica Rezman, Lindsay Hutchens, Mohadeseh Rahim Tabar, Santina Amato July 19th-September 2nd, 2018 HERE Arts Center 145 6th Ave, New York, NY 10013
The program begins in The Theater at MAD, where brief presentations by the artists will illuminate perspectives on critical issues in contemporary craft, art, and design. Artists and visitors will continue the conversation in the sixth-floor Artist Studios as part of a closing reception featuring residents’ work created at MAD.