VI, VII is thrilled to participate in the 10th anniversary edition of ALAC with works by four outstanding female artists: Eva LeWitt, Martine Poppe, Jorunn Hancke Øgstad and Amy Yao.
Eva LeWitt (b. 1977) lives and works in New York City. Her work will next be seen in a group exhibition at the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Her solo exhibition at the Aldrich Museum opens in November 2019.
Martine Poppe (b. 1988) lives and works in Oslo and London. Poppe's works are in the collections of the House of St. Barnabas, Benneton, University of Oxford and KODE, Bergen. Her work was recently exhibited at Trafo Kunsthall in Asker, Norway.
Jorunn Hancke Øgstad (b. 1979) lives and works in Oslo, Norway. Øgstad's works were recently the focus of a solo exhibition at the Kunsthall Oslo, part of 'Munch on the Move,' exhibition series initiated by the Norway's Munch Museum.
Amy Yao (b. 1977, Los Angeles) lives and works in Los Angeles and New York.
Selected solo exhibitions include: Bay Of Smokes, Various Small Fires, Los Angeles; Boom Time Ecosystems, Mathew Gallery, Berlin; Two Weeks, (with Carissa Rodriguez), Indipendenza Studio, Rome;Any Body In The Attic, Important Projects, Oakland; I don't care about anything else, Paradise Garage, Venice, CA, Skeletons on a Bender, 47 Canal, New York; Kawaii, Green Tea Gallery, Pahoa, Hawaii;Mistress, oooof! Les Bourses…, Green Gallery, Milwaukee and The Real Housewives, New Jerseyy, Basel.
Recent group exhibitions include The November Issue, Mathew, Berlin, Looking Back: The Eighth White Columns Annual, selected by Pati Hertling, White Columns, New York; Home and Gardens, Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles; Emergency Cheesecake, Whitney Museum of Art, New York; Looking Back: The Sixth White Columns Annual, selected by Ken Okiishi and Nick Mauss, White Columns, New York and Greater New York, P.S.1/ MoMA, New York.
Her work will next be seen in the Honolulu Biennial.