Altfest is currently working on her next exhibition scheduled for late 2009/ early 2010 at Bellwether.

In conjunction with her recent exhibition, Paintings, at White Cube, Hoxton Square, London, White Cube and Bellwether are proud to release Altfest's first monograph. The catalogue includes images of Altfest's newest pieces as well as works from throughout her career and is accompanied by an essay by Barry Schwabsky.


This fall, The Sonambulists: A Compendium of Source Material, the book edited by Zoe Beloff and published by Christine Burgin will be available for purchase.

Beloff's solo exhibition titled Freud in Coney Island is scheduled to open in June, 2009, at the Coney Island Museum in Brooklyn, New York, and it will be accompanied by a new book and DVD also published by Christine Burgin.


Berkeley will have new work in Pretty is as Pretty Does at Site Santa Fe from February 14 through May 10, 2009.

Bellwether and Scott Kasen’s KED, recently published “The Frequency”, a book of Berkeley’s photo installation of the same name. It is now available at Bellwether. Please contact the gallery if you would like a copy.


Conaway just completed her first solo exhibition in the project room at Bellwether titled Some New Work.


Cvijanovic’s mural, Same Day Delivery, originally commissioned for the Walker Art Center’s exhibition Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes, is now at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburg, through January 18, 2009.

Cvijanovic currently has a large installation in the Dan Cameron curated PROSPECT.1, the first New Orleans Biennial, which opened November 1st, 2008.

Cvijanovic also recently participated in International 08: MADE UP, the Liverpool Biennial at the Tate Liverpool, curated by Lawrence Sillars.


Fitzpatrick curated a group show titled, Duck Soup at La Mama Galleria in New York. The exhibition will be on view from November 21 – December 21, 2008.

Fitzpatrick will also be featured in Phaidon Press’ upcoming book, “Vitamin 3-D”, a survey of contemporary sculpture and installation from around the globe.


Frankfort recently had a solo exhibition at Aurobora Press in San Francisco titled Faith/Yes/Blah Blah: New Works on Paper By Dana Frankfort.

Frankfort will have a solo exhibition at Greener Pastures Contemporary Art in Toronto this Winter. Dates are TBD.

Frankfort's work will be included in the Saatchi Gallery's forthcoming Abstract America: New Painting from the U.S..


Groeneboer currently has a drawing in Sonata for Executioner and Various Young Women, curated by Nicholas Weist, at Andre Schlectriem Contemporary until December 20, 2008.

He also recently participated in “O CANADA” a show curated by Miriam Katz at Gallery MC in New York.


Hall will have a solo show at Richard Gray Gallery in Chicago next Fall, and recently participated in From Giacometti to Grotjahn: A Selection of Works on Paper, at Richard Gray Gallery in New York.


Hardy is currently included in Untitled (Vicarious): Photographing the Constructed Object, at Gagosian in New York, which is on view until December 20, 2008.

Her work is also featured in the Helsinki Biennale until January 25, 2009.

She will also have a solo exhibition at Maureen Paley Gallery in the spring.


Hobbie is currently working on her next solo exhibition. Dates TBD.


In May, Paglen was awarded the SFMOMA 2008 SECA Award and will be included in the accompanying exhibition from February 12 through May 10, 2009 at SF MOMA.

Claudia Altman-Siegel in San Francisco now also represents Paglen. The first exhibition at her new gallery will be a solo show by Paglen.

Paglen is participating in the 2008 Taipei Biennial from September 13 through January 11, 2009.

He has also been selected for the 11th International Istanbul Biennial, 2009 and Vienna Secession 2010.

Paglen's work will be included in Experimental Geography, a traveling exhibition curated by ICI, from August 2008 through September 2010. The show will travel from the Richard E. Peeler Art Center at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, to The Albuquerque Museum in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to the Colby College Museum of Art, in Waterville, Maine.

Paglen will participate in Ours: Democracy in the Age of Branding, at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School, from October 15 through January 30, 2009.

Paglen will have 4 pieces included in Scenes of Secrecy: Visual Studies on Suspicion, Intelligence, Security at The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Durham, NC, from October 16 through January 4, 2009.

Paglen's third book, "Blank Spots on a Map: State Secrets, Hidden Landscapes, and the Pentagon's Black World" will be published by Penguin Publishing (Dutton/NAL/Penguin), and is scheduled for a Spring 2009 release.

Paglen recently earned a doctorate in experimental geography at UC Berkeley.

He is also included in The New Normal, curated by Michael Connor, which will be exhibited at Artist Space, New York and the Centro Huarte, Navarre, Spain.

Paglen's second book, "I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have to Be Destroyed by Me: Emblems from the Pentagons Black World", published by Melville House Publishing, has just been released and is available here.


Peng will have a project room show at Bellwether in March, 2009.


Pheobus was awarded the 2008/2009 Workspace Program Residency from Dieu Donne.

She will also be participating in Lost in Your Eyes, a collaborative exhibition at the Neiman Gallery at Columbia University, NY.

Pheobus will have her first solo show at Bellwether this January.


Stegner recently had a solo exhibition at Sorry We're Closed in Brussels from June through August, 2008.


Swanson recently had a solo show titled Hurry on Sundown: The Multimedia Work of Marc Swanson at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

He is participating in Cryptoreal- Art and Myth, at the Frances Lewis Gallery @ St. George’s Church, curated by Darren Jones from November 22- January 11, 2009.

Swanson will have a solo exhibition at Richard Gray Gallery next year.


Williams is participating in Muted- part of the Video Studio project at the Studio Museum in Harlem . The show will run form February 13- March 15, 2009.

She will also have a solo show at Bellwether in April.


Wilson’s first solo show The Stained Glass Ceiling, was a huge success and nearly every work was sold despite the economy slipping into recession.

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"Moonlight Sonata", Barbara Pollack, ARTnews 2005.

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