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Various Artists
Rites of Spring
April 27 – June 08 2024

Various Artists
Rites of Spring
April 27 – June 08 2024

Recently:
Myoung-Ae Lee & Isabel Rower
at NADA New York

From May 02 – 05, in a booth on the 4th Floor of the former Dia building in New York’s Chelsea, Marta had the pleasure of presenting new and existing works by Korean painter Myoung-Ae Lee alongside new functional sculptures in stoneware by New York-based artist Isabel Rower. This was the gallery’s inaugural participation in the New Art Dealers Alliance’s New York fair. The gallery has been a member of NADA since 2023. View the presentation and its works HERE.

Recently:
Bennet Schlesinger
In Tune With Itself

From February 24 – April 03, Marta hosted Bennet Schlesinger’s In Tune With Itself, the artist’s inaugural solo exhibition with the gallery. Comprising formally adventurous lighting works in ceramic, bamboo, and paper—materials now quintessential of Schlesinger’s California-based practice—the presentation also featured new works realized in walnut with inlaid ceramic. View the exhibition and its works HERE.

Recently:
George Sherman
On Fire

From January 06 – February 17, the gallery had the pleasure and honor of presenting new works from George Sherman. Entitled On Fire, the exhibition showcased monumental new floor and wall works in septuagenarian Sherman’s signature high-fire stoneware. The ceramic sculptures—which are intended for placement both indoors and out, in gallery or garden—mark a shift towards earthwork-adjacent scales, highlighting Sherman’s mastery of craft engineering. View the exhibition and its works HERE.

Marta

Marta is a Los Angeles-based, globally-engaged art gallery. Founded in 2019, the gallery makes space for artists to experiment with the utility of design, and for designers to explore the abandonment of function. Marta’s curatorial and publication programs take interest in the process of a work’s creation as well the narrative of its creator(s). Marta embraces the intersection of and the transition between disciplines, advocates for diversity in design, and promotes broad access to the arts.