NEWS

  • Sunset Park Wide Open 2022
    Yi Gallery is delighted to participate in Sunset Park Wide Open 2022, organized by NARS Foundation. From October 14 to 16, over fifteen organizations and individual artist studios are opening their doors to the public, offering an opportunity to meet artists, see exhibitions, and explore a variety of spaces to see what is being created and presented here in the Sunset Park community. Eye Contact, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Lilou (Li Xia), is currently on view. Yi Gallery will be open all weekend from 12 - 6 PM.
  • Kate Casanova: Gut Feeling

    An Essay By Pamela Meadows
    Kate Casanova: Gut Feeling

    This essay appears in the  exhibition catalog, published by YI GALLERY on the ocassion of Kate Casanova's solo exhibition Gut Feeling.

     

  • Artist Talk (ONLINE) Kate Casanova: In Conversation with Pamela Meadows

    Kate Casanova joins curator Pamela Meadows for a conversation. The artist talk will be live streamed on preview.art. 

     

    WED, JUNE 8 
    3PM EST
     
     

    Casanova's solo exhibition Gut Feeling is on view at the gallery through July 9. The exhibition of is accompanied by a forthcoming catalog with an essay by Pamela Meadows.

  • This Brooklyn Exhibition Is a Love Letter to Text-Based Art

    Featured by Artnet Gallery Network editor
    This Brooklyn Exhibition Is a Love Letter to Text-Based Art

    The current exhibition is recommended by artnet team in its latest gallery network editorial.

  • Installation view: Lionel Cruet - Rhetorics of an Uncertain Future, Yi Gallery Project Room, 2021
    Installation view: Lionel Cruet - Rhetorics of an Uncertain Future, Yi Gallery Project Room, 2021

    Curatorial text written by  Dianne Brás-Feliciano, Ph.D., on the occasion of Lionel Cruet's three-part transmedia exhibition "Rhetorics of an Uncertain Future".

  • YI GALLERY NEW SPACE

    INDUSTRY CITY, BROOKLYN
    YI GALLERY NEW SPACE

    YI GALLERY is moving to Industry City, Brooklyn with an inaugural exhibition in October, 2021.

     

    More information coming soon.

  • Exhibition Review: Leah Harper’s “Mitosis” A Triumph

    Leah Harper's solo exhibition was recently reviewed by ANTE MAG.

  • Exhibition review: Artists for #StopAsianHate

    ELENA MARTINIQUE, WIDEWALLS
    Exhibition review: Artists for #StopAsianHate

    WIDEWALLS recently featured our online exhibition Artists for #StopAsianHate in their online publication. Read the review here.

  • Lionel Cruet: Layers of Place

    Artist Lionel Cruet creates unique artworks which inhabit that divide, using digital tools to reference “places” which can exist in multiple “spaces” at once. Splitting his time between San Juan, PR and New York City, Cruet possesses a sophisticated relationship to these terms. Audio and visual installation, digital printing, found objects, and complex sound arrangements are combined in his practice to reference the layered postcolonial identities and geopolitics of the Caribbean, and to imply connections between that region and other parts of the world.

  • Inner Space: Recent Works by Annesta Le

    An Essay by David Ebony
    Caress, Glass, Krypton, Wire, 2019. © Annesta Le Studio
    Caress, Glass, Krypton, Wire, 2019. © Annesta Le Studio

    This essay appears in “Annesta Le - Inner Space” exhibition catalog, a limited edition publication by Yi Gallery. A signing event will be held at the gallery project room at 56 Bogart Street.