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Maccarone, Hugo Fine Arts Galerie, Akira Ikeda Gallery, Artists Space, White Columns
Wills Baker, curator
"The Shadow is Taken"
Dave Miko, Ned Vena, Antek Walczak
Adriana Lara & Gene Beery
Sebastian Black & Mathew Cerletty, curators
“Inside the Banana”
“Invitation to the Voyage”
Harris, Gareth. "Manfesta 11 works hard, plays hard". "The Art Newspaper", June 2016.
Zara, Janelle. "The Best of Manifesta 11". "BLOUIN ARTINFO", June 2016.
"Torbjørn Rødland: 'Confabulations' New Book Published by Mack is Out Now!" "purple ART", May 2016.
"Frieze Art Fair Opens With Strong Sales." Huffington Post, 2012.
"Odd Couple: Mitchell Algus and Amy Greenspon Are Showing—and, Yes, Selling—the Unknown, the Emerging, the Dead". The Observer, 2012.
"Best off-the-beaten-path art galleries TimeOut New York, 2011.
Misheff, Johnny. "Curtain's Up at New York's Newest Gallery Of Note." Stylefile July, 2010.
Gartenfeld, Alex. "Amy Greenspon and Mitchell Algus." PurpleNEWS, 2010.
Frank, Priscilla. "Artist Rebuilds Columbine's Cafeteria In A Sobering Take On Gun Violence." "Huffington Post", June 2016.
Schwendener, Martha. "Bunny Rogers' 'Columbine Cafeteria.'" "The New York Times", June 2016.
Nunes, Andrew. "A Haunting Exhibition Re-examines Columbine's Collective Trauma." "The Creators Project", June 2016.
Cruikshank-Hagenbuckle, Geoffrey. "Class Plus Sass: Bunny Rogers' 'Columbine Cafeteria.'" "Hyperallergic", May 2016.
Greenberger, Alex. "'The Eccentrics' at SculptureCenter." "Artnews", February 2016.
Krasinski, Jennifer. "Nothing's Sacred: Two Exhibitions Clown Around With Convention" "The Village Voice", 2015.
Steadman, Ryan. "These are the 7 Must-See Booths at Art Basel Miami 2015." "The Observer", 2015.
Chiaverina, John. "Presidential Campaigns and Old Camp Counselors: At the Opening of the Jewish Museum's 'Unorthodox' Show." 'ARTnews", 2015.
Prickett, Sarah Nicole. "Torbjørn Rødland." Artforum, 2015.
Rosenberg, Karen. "E-wao Kagoshima." The New York Times, 2014.
Beckenstein, Joyce. "William King." The Brooklyn Rail, 2014.
Emily Sundblad performs with Matt Sweeney at Algus Greenspon Gallery, 2013.
Smith, Roberta. "Peter Young: 'Paintings'" The New York Times, 2102.
Johnson, Ken. "Inside the Banana." The New York Times, 2012.
Johnson, Ken. "An Afterlife for a Sculptor: Bill Bollinger's Works Resurface in Two Exhibitions." The New York Times, 2012.
Smith, Roberta. "George Ortman Constructions: 1949–2011." The New York Times, 2012.
Cotter, Holland. "Anarchism without Adjectives: On the Work of Christopher D'Arcangelo." The New York Times, 2011.
Rosenberg, Karen. "Invitation to the Voyage." The New York Times, 2011.
Kley, Elisabeth. "Sunday Painter." artnet.com, 2011.
Emily Sundblad performs with Pete Drungle at Algus Greenspon Gallery, 2011.
Smith, Roberta. "Stuart Brisley." The New York Times, 2011.
Greenspon Gallery Wikipedia
Greenspon is an art gallery located in the West Village of New York City owned by Amy Greenspon.
Founded on a partnership with art dealer Mitchell Algus, the gallery opened in the Fall of 2010 with an exhibition of paintings by Gene Beery and an inaugural musical performance by Emily Sundblad and Pete Drungle. Greenspon presents emerging and mid-career artists with diverse multidisciplinary practices, as well as museum-quality exhibitions.