Sheida Soleimani (solo-2018) is included in group show Messengers: Artists as Witness, at the Museum of Art at the University of New Hampshire, Durham NH, Jan. 24 - March 30, 2019.
CUE Art Foundation is one of the 57 recipients of the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation 2019 art and social justice Grant. Organizations are selected for their commitment to social justice through activities like artistic activism, arts education, programming in community-based museums, and emerging artistic practices.
Cal Siegel: I am the box no roof can cover is featured in Artforum Critics’ Picks, reviewed by Wallace Ludel.
Cal Siegel, Artforum Critics’ Picks in Artforum International written by Wallace Ludel on Jan. 25, 2019.
Peter Williams (solo-2018) solo show River of Styx, at Luis de Jesus in Los Angeles was reviewed by The Brooklyn Rail.
Peter Williams: River of Styx in The Brooklyn Rail by Daniel Gerwin on Dec 11th, 2018.
Beverly Fishman is selected for an Anonymous Was a Woman 2018 Grant which recognize women artists who are over forty years old and have made significant contributions to their fields, as announced in Artforum.
Judy Linn’s (solo-2018) solo show at CUE Judy Linn: LUNCH is chosen by Nancy Shaver as part of “The Artists’ Artists” list in Artforum, a yearly roundup where Artforum asks an international group of artists to select a single exhibition or event that most memorably captured their eye.
The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University has been awarded a $10,000 grant from The Robert Lehman Foundation in support of a group exhibition titled "Strange Attractors,” an extension of a forward-thinking symposium of the same name originally hosted by CUE in November 2017.
CUE Art Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the Aon-CUE Artist Empowerment Award, an annual art prize issued in partnership with Aon, a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. The Aon-CUE Artist Empowerment Award recognizes one emerging artist annually with an honorarium and a year-long exhibition. The first recipient of the award is visual artist Beverly Acha, who is exhibiting a series of eight contemporary paintings inspired by her observations of the physical environment and the psychological aspects of space in an exhibition titled Interlude.Read More