New York-based artist named Sam Moyer is now represented by Los Angeles-based Kayne Griffin Corcoran. This is after the artist was added to the roster list of Kayne Griffin Corcoran. Apart from that, you can even view the first solo exhibition from Sam Moyer titled as “Flowers” through July 6 at the Gallery.
Sam Moyer’s work will also be displayed this fall in Shanghai and the latest work from Sam Moyer will be displayed by the gallery at West Bund Art and Design fair as announced by Kayne Griffin Corcoran. This fair is scheduled to take place from November 7-10.
Revealing more details to ARTnews, Kayne Griffin Corcoran’s director Colleen Grennan told that she was looking at Sam Moyer since 2008 when she saw her first solo exhibition. This was at the New York gallery named Cleopatra’s which is now shuttered. She also said:
I am delighted to continue to be involved with Sam’s practice in my current role at Kayne Griffin Corcoran. We at Kayne Griffin Corcoran are beyond thrilled to formalize our relationship with Sam Moyer. Sam’s critical and material relationships to art and architectural history fit beautifully alongside the historical artists the gallery exhibits.
Although Sam Moyer is represented by Kayne Griffin Corcoran, she will still remain represented by New York’s Sean Kelly Gallery as well as Brussels’ Galerie Rodolphe Janssen. It is known that Sam’s minimal but expressionist pieces have now shifted into being repurposed stone and hand-painted canvas. However, they were historically large sculptures, textiles and drawings.
Sam Moyer’s work has already been exhibited in various reputed institutions. This includes The Drawing Center, The Bass Museum, Swiss Institute, MoMA PS1, The Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, and through the Public Art Fund.