Humour Then

September 3 – November 1, 2020

Kunstverein Nürnberg – Albrecht Dürer Gesellschaft
Kressengartenstraße 2, 90402
Nürnberg, Germany
TuesdayFriday, 2–6pm 
Saturday & Sunday, 1–6pm

Not Working: Artistic Production and Matters of Class 

September 12 – November 22, 2020

Kunstverein München
Galeriestr. 4, 80539
München, Germany
Tuesday–Sunday, 12–6pm

Read Made in Art School, a new text included in the Not Working reader.

The Mandelbrot Set 

July 9 – August 2, 2020

77 Madison Street, New York
Thursday–Saturday, 12–6pm and by appointment. 

Discovered by B.B. Mandelbrot in 1980, The Mandelbrot Set is a complex fractal that combines aspects of self-similarity with properties of infinite change.


The Mandelbrot Set included six paintings made between 2006 and 2020, as well as a free limited edition publication produced for the exhibition by Michael Pollard and Svetlana, available at the gallery or downloadable here

The Work 

An Exhibition in Two Chapters

May 17 – July 12, 2019

The Mishkin Gallery at Baruch College, CUNY

135 E 22nd Street, New York

Chapter 1: May 17 – June 21
Chapter 2: June 24 – July 12


An illustrated booklet containing new writing was produced as part of The Work and can be downloaded here

Thoughts about the exhibition by Pujan Karambeigi in Frieze

Thoughts about the exhibition by Ilana Napoli in Artblog

UGG! and other problems

On view at The Middler from October 18 – December 23, 2018, UGG! and other problems brought together four paintings dating back to 2003. Loosely concerning alcohol, women, and the everyday violence of American whiteness, this exhibition was conceived before Brett Kavanaugh’s problems began. But because Kavanaugh’s problems have always been the problems of women, and because painting has always been the domain of men, a connection cannot help but be made.

Yes, we painted. My friends and I, the boys and girls. Yes, we painted. I liked painting. Still like painting. We painted. The painting age, as I noted, was 18, so the seniors were legal, senior year in high school, people were legal to paint, and we—yeah, we painted, and I said sometimes—sometimes we probably painted too much, and sometimes other people painted too much. I liked painting. I still like painting.

(b)light, derived from a painting by Michael Patterson
50 x 38"