Katie Michel of Victory Garden Collective – Podcast by New Faces of Democracy

New Faces of Democracy, Episode 25, features a conversation with Katie Michel, owner of Planthouse Gallery in New York City and a member of Victory Garden Collective, a group of women artists using their craft to exercise their patriotic duty. Nancy Bynum and Katie talk about the power of political art to unite, console and...

Planthouse at E/AB Fair | October 14–28, 2020

  Join Planthouse at the E/AB Fair from October 14–28, online at www.eabfair.org. Featured artists includes Victory Garden Collective Martin Mazorra Matt Magee Victoria Burge Tiny Pricks Project (Diana Weymar Studio) Margaret Garrett

Victory Garden featured by Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University

CREATIVITY IN ACTION The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University asked artists in the Victory Garden Collective to reflect on creativity in 2020 – they shared this statement of Creativity in Action, exploring their work over four years.  A comprehensive archive of Victory Garden projects from 2016-2020 is featured in the full write up...

Planthouse at VOLTA New York 2020

Planthouse is thrilled to participate in VOLTA New York 2020 from March 4-8 at Metropolitan West. We will feature works by artist, Rachel Ostrow.    Metropolitan West 639 West 46th Street @12th Avenue New York, NY 10036 Guest of Honor & Press Preview Wednesday, March 4, 2 – 4 PM VIP Preview Wednesday, March 4,...

E/AB Fair

Join Planthouse at the E/AB Fair from October 24–27 at The Caldwell Factory, NYC. Featured artists includes Anders Bergstrom, Philip Taaffe, Ross Bleckner, Ruth Lingen, Zeljka Blakšić, Matt Magee, Victoria Burge, Lanie McNulty, Katie Merz, and the exhibition Victory Garden.   The Caldwell Factory: 547 W 26th St, New York, NY 10001 Thursday, 10/24, 5–6...

4th of July Art Submission Winner – Matt Magee

    Matt Magee Fragmentation Nation, 2019 Pencil and acrylic 72 x 192 inches   Fragmentation Nation equals divisive speech, divisive tweets, divided families, divided migrant families, fragmented politics, fragmented political parties, a star spangled symbol of red, white and blue in disarray. -matt magee   Planthouse is pleased to announce that Matt Magee has...

VOLTA 2019 Postponed

    VOLTA New York, 2019 has recently announced that the Fair will be postponed due to safety issues at the event’s location. Planthouse will have works featured on Volta’s “online preview” available through artnet on Monday, March 4th.

Naho Taruishi Selected for IPCNY’s New Prints 2019/Winter

Naho Taruishi, Papyrus, 2018, Etching and aquatint on Japanese gampi-faced paper, 12 5/8 x 22 1/8 inches, Edition of 20, Printed by Derick Wycherly. Planthouse is so pleased to announce that Naho Taruishi’s Papyrus has been selected for IPCNY’s group exhibition Forms of Enclosure: New Prints 2019/Winter. The show was selected by May Castleberry, Elleree Erdos, Tatana Kellner, David Sandlin. Forms...

Volitia in Spring | Melissa Marks & Victoria Loustalot

Melissa Marks. Volitia Changes Course. Color pencil on paper. 17 x 11 inches. 2018. Volitia in Spring | Melissa Marks & Victoria Loustalot Conversation & Reception: Wednesday, May 30, 6—8PM Join us for champagne in the garden to celebrate Planthouse’s new broadside poster Meeting Volitia, an essay by Victoria Loustalot, published in conjunction with the exhibition Melissa Marks: Volitia Returns.”In a...

Juliet Jacobson’s “With All of its Predicates” Featured on Publicide

Publicide Inc. recently published an article on Planthouse’s upcoming exhibition With All of its Predicates, a solo exhibition by Juliet Jacobson. The article was inspired by postcards recently printed in letterpress and offset for this exhibition by Publicide, and is available to read here.

“Say a Little Prayer for U.S.” featured in Art in Print

Say a Little Prayer for U.S. (Deluxe Edition), 2017 Twelve flags with connecting ribbon printed silkscreen on natural linen and letterpress broadside on archival newsprint. By Victory Garden: Louise Eastman, Jess Frost, Tara Geer, Katie Michel, Wendy Small, and Janis Stemmermann Edition of 10 $750   “It’s All Political”, written by Susan Tallman in the...

Miss 2017 featured in the New Haven Register

Miss 2017 has been recently featured in the New Haven Register’s article “Beinecke Library in New Haven opens exhibit on Art of Collaboration“. The group exhibition at Yale University will be on view from January 19-April 15, 2018. Click here to read the full article. Miss 2017 is a boxed portfolio of 11 embroidered sashes and a letterpress...

Anders Bergstrom featured at Southern New Hampshire University

Three works on paper by Anders Bergstrom will be featured in THINGS, a group exhibition on view at the McIninch Art Gallery at Southern New Hampshire University from January 25-February 24th, 2018. A panel discussion, followed by the opening reception will occur on Thursday, January 25, 2018 from 5:00-7:00pm.

Miss 2017 featured at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Miss 2017 will be featured in the Art of Collaboration at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University from January 19-April 15, 2018. The exhibition will open January 26, 2018 at 5pm. Miss 2017 is a boxed portfolio of 11 embroidered sashes and a letterpress poster, designed by the Victory Garden Collective (Louise Eastman, Jess Frost,...

Melissa Marks: Double Self Split Film

Planthouse presents Double Self Split, a film featuring Melissa Marks at work during her 2016 exhibition and installation inside the Castle of Vélez Blanco, Andalucia, Spain. The project and film were realized in collaboration with Joya: arte + ecología. Learn more about Double Self Split.

Planthouse at the E/AB Fair, October 26–29, 2017

Booth D17 Planthouse is thrilled to participate in this year’s E/AB Fair, open October 26 – 29. On view will be selected works by: Anders Bergstrom Heather Woods Broderick Victoria Burge Richard Dupont Greg Foley Martha Lewis Rachel Ostrow Benjamin Swett Philip Taaffe Heather Watkins Victory Garden The Tunnel in Chelsea 269 11th Ave New York, NY 10011 Thursday, October 26...

Person Place Thing Airs: Benjamin Swett

“Diane Arbus’s old contact sheets include images she never meant us to see, so would perusing them violate her rights as an artist?” Benjamin Swett discusses this answer with Randy Cohen on his podcast, Person Place Thing, taped at the gallery in May. Interview link.   Person Place Thing is produced with the JCC in...

Home Winds Featured in Gardenista

“How to leave behind land that your family has tended for four decades?” This and other musings by reviewer Margot Guralnick for Gardenista in her exploration of the story behind the recent Planthouse publication, Home Winds. Gardenista – Required Reading: Home Winds, A Mother’s Garden – Margot Guralnick    

Home Winds featured on Live Culture Podcast

Photographer Benjamin Swett and singer songwriter Heather Woods Broderick will be in discussion with Live Culture host Martha Willete Lewis about Planthouse’s latest fine art book project, Home Winds. Follow this link to tune in. Live Culture is a discussion of ideas in and around contemporary art, with monthly themes and guests. Join host Martha...

Heather Woods Broderick – “Home Winds” Video

The video for Heather Woods Broderick’s song “Home Winds,” premiered on Stereogum. The video, directed by Jeffrey Rowles, is part and parcel of the recent Planthouse publication and exhibition: Home Winds, uniting photographs by Benjamin Swett and lyrics and music by Heather Woods Broderick. Stereogum, Premiere: Heather Woods Broderick – “Home Winds” Video  

Planthouse at the Philadelphia Book Fair, May 5 – 6

Planthouse is pleased to be participating at this year’s Philadelphia Book Fair where we will be exhibiting some of our most recent publications, including Neon, Miss 2017, and Home Winds. Friday, May 5: 12:00pm – 8:00pm Saturday, May 6: 10:00am – 6:00pm Twelve 27 1227 N. 4th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122 (North 4th Street, North of...

Live at Planthouse: Interview with Benjamin Swett, May 8th

Planthouse is once again pleased to host Randy Cohen’s radio show Person Place Thing on May 8th at 7 PM. For this installment, Randy Cohen will be interviewing photographer Benjamin Swett, whose photographs will be on display at the gallery as part of the publication of the art book project, Home Winds. Please email kplusb@planthouse.net...