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The gallery is currently closed - regular galley hours resume on March 28 

Maus Contemporary will present historical drawings from the 1960s and 70s by

African American artist Eugene James Martin and a selection of works by

Spanish artist Irene Grau at Drawing Now Paris, Stand/booth C17.


German artist couple Barbara and Michael Leisgen's work

is included in Drawing Now 's special Section, MASTER NOW





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Clayton Colvin

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March 9 - April 20, 2018



Maus Contemporary | beta pictoris gallery is a contemporary art gallery and space dedicated to supporting creativity with a focus on experimental and issue driven works. Through representing emerging, established, and internationally recognized artists, the gallery is committed to bringing a global perspective to contemporary issues and practices across the visual arts. The program consists of exhibitions, print publications, and media outreach.

A rigorous gallery exhibition program, focusing on ten to twelve week long exhibitions, has become a staple of curatorial excellence in the South of the US, and the gallery has received critical attention from the press, including Art Forum and Art in America.
The exhibition Mark Flood: FACEBOOK FARM was selected as one of three finalists for the AICA-USA Award for Excellence in Art Criticism and Curatorial Achievement in the category "Best show in a commercial space nationally outside of New York".

The gallery's mission is to offer a platform for experimentation in a culturally difficult environment through four to six exhibitions a year in addition to curated projects in cities such as Madrid.

Maus Contemporary / beta pictoris gallery has released twelve publications so far, most recently for the exhibition "terreno áspero | rugged terrain, five contemporary artists from Spain", and a monographic publication on gallery artist Leslie Smith III, while currently working on a first survey publication on Spanish artist Irene Grau.


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