Hasted Kraeutler

National Gallery of Art
Sep 22, 2023


The Land Carries our Ancestors: Contemporary Art by Native Americans

September 22, 2023 – January 15, 2024

East Building, Upper Level, West Bridge

Washington D.C.

Curated by artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith (Citizen of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation), this exhibition brings together works by an intergenerational group of nearly 50 living Native artists practicing across the United States. Their powerful expressions reflect the diversity of Native American individual, regional, and cultural identities. At the same time, these works share a worldview informed by thousands of years of reverence, study, and concern for the land. 

Through a variety of practices—including weaving, beadwork, sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, photography, performance, and video—these artists visualize Indigenous knowledge of land/landbase/landscape. Together, the works in The Land Carries Our Ancestors underscore the self-determination, survivance, and right to self-representation of Indigenous peoples. 

Elephant Magazine: Issue #48
Aug 16, 2023

Elephant Magazine: Issue #48

Micaiah Carter: What’s My Name is available for preorder now. Available October 3rd. Words by Shaquille Heath

Micaiah Carter’s Debut Monograph What’s My Name Carries on the Legacy of the Honoured Black Photographer

Carter is a young blood. At only 28 years old, his work is prolific, having appeared in publications like Vogue, Vanity Fair, and The New York Times; with top brands such as Nike, Lancome, and Thom Browne; and featuring celebrities such as Pharrell, Daniel Kaluuya, Tracee Ellis Ross and so, so much more. It is no wonder that Prestel Publishing approached Carter to create his debut monograph, What’s My Name? Which will be released later this Fall. 

"That is the legacy of photographers such as Gordon Parks and Carrie Mae Weems. They conspire within their minds, seeing the tendrils of outlines and shadows, blinking softly until their eyes adjust to the darkness, and they make art. It is a legacy poured down from one cup to another and has filled the very vessel that is in the hands of Micaiah Carter."

What's My Name
Aug 11, 2023

MICAIAH CARTER: WHAT'S MY NAME published by Penguin Random House

Available on Amazon October 2023!

Hardcover – October 3, 2023
Micaiah Carter's first monograph will be published by Prestel Penguin Random House in Fall 2023. His first book, will be an archive, that includes images from his father and mother who inspired his vision.


Hardcover (engl.), Pappband, 224 Seiten, 24,0 x 30,0 cm, 110 farbige Abbildungen
ISBN: 978-3-7913-8926-4

By Micaiah Carter (Author), Sarah Hasted (Editor), Tracee Ellis Ross (Contributor)


SWR Television Highlights Exhibition at Sammlung Klein in Germany
Feb 09, 2023

Images of the Indigenous people of America in Nussdorf

The Klein Collection in Nussdorf shows two different perspectives of the representation and perception of the indigenous population of America - that of the photographer Edward S. Curtis and that of the multimedia artist Will Wilson.
Co Curated by Valeria Waibel and Sarah Hasted
Photograph by Will Wilson
Co Curator with Valeria Waibel: Kunstwerk Sammlung Klein - Germany
Feb 05, 2023

... as if only these pictures would remain

Edward S. Curtis and Will Wilson

February 5 – July 30, 2023

The KUNSTWERK Collection Klein in Eberdingen-Nussdorf will open the new exhibition "... as if only these pictures would remain" on February 5th.

With two artistic positions about 100 years apart, it conveys different perspectives on the representation and perception of the "Indians" of North America. Around 60 photo engravings, historical photo prints and rare gold tone prints by Edward S. Curtis (1842-1952) are in dialogue with works by Santa Fe-based multimedia artist Will Wilson (*1969), who himself is a member of the Navajo/Diné Nation.

Valeria Waibel and Sarah Hasted Co Curators

Los Angeles County Museum: Unframed
Feb 04, 2023

Celebrating Black Joy and Liberation for Juneteenth

Micaiah Carter, Family, 2020, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, purchased with funds provided by the Ralph M. Parsons Fund, © Micaiah Carter, photograph courtesy of the artist and Sarah Hasted/International Art Advisory

Micaiah Carter
Family, 2020

Micaiah Carter created Family in the neighborhood in South Los Angeles where his mother lived in her early adult life. The artist worked with models to represent his own family members, with a version of himself as a boy pictured at the center. Carter studied photography at Parsons School of Design and has made a growing oeuvre of Black celebrities and youth, inspired by the ideals of the “Black is Beautiful” movement of the 1960s and 1970s. Carter's father, Andrew Carter, a retired Air Force Sergeant, matured during the age of Black Power. Carter pored through his father’s scrapbooks, which led him to discover the work of John H. White. The Chicago photojournalists’ ability to capture his subjects with dignity, regardless of their social station, left an impression on Carter’s image making. “I’m using the past as a compass,” Carter has said, “while at the same time shooting new trajectories.”

Now on view in Family Album: Dannielle Bowman, Janna Ireland and Contemporary Works from LACMA.


Editor of new monograph by Micaiah Carter: Random House Publisher
Jan 31, 2023

Penguin Random House names Sarah Hasted Editor of Micaiah Carter's new monograph titled "What's My Name" due out Fall of 2023. Introduction by Tracee Ellis Ross.

Sarah Hasted works with both emerging and established artists to place works in collections, edit and curate exhibitions, secure, edit and promote monographs and publications. Hasted has consulted for many private collectors and has placed artwork with numerous major museums and corporate collections. Hasted founded and directed her own gallery in New York in 2005 for over 10 years. Regarded as a showcase for emerging international talent and established artists, Hasted’s gallery became a highly recognized venue for contemporary art worldwide, and was home to singular, pioneering exhibitions that has helped foster the careers of some of the most original, wide-ranging, and international artists working today.

New Monograph by PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE Fall 2023
Dec 13, 2022

Micaiah Carter: What's My Name

Micaiah Carter's first monograph will be published by Prestel Penguin Random House in Fall 2023. His first book, will be an archive, that includes images from his father and mother who inspired his vision. 

Micaiah Carter’s work is a singular alchemy of
contemporary youth culture, fine art, street
style, and the certainty that the simple act of
representation can be a force for change.

Hardcover (engl.), Pappband, 224 Seiten, 24,0 x 30,0 cm, 110 farbige Abbildungen
ISBN: 978-3-7913-8926-4
Erscheint am 24. September 2023
A Picture Gallery of the Soul at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota
September 13th - December 10, 2022

Rightly viewed, the whole soul of man is a sort of picture gallery, a grand panorama, in which all the great facts of the universe, in tracing things of time and things of eternity, are painted. — Frederick Douglass

The exhibition is organized by independent curator Herman J. Milligan, Jr. and Howard Oransky, Director of the Katherine E. Nash Gallery.


About the Exhibition

The Katherine E. Nash Gallery presents A Picture Gallery of the Soul, a group exhibition of over 100 Black American artists whose practice incorporates the photographic medium. Sampling a range of photographic expressions from traditional photography to mixed media and conceptual art and spanning a timeframe that includes the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, the exhibition honors, celebrates, investigates, and interprets Black history, culture, and politics in the United States.

From the daguerreotypes made by Jules Lion in New Orleans in 1840 to the Instagram post of the Baltimore Uprising made by Devin Allen in 2015, photography has chronicled Black American life and Black Americans have defined the possibilities of photography. Frederick Douglass, a former enslaved person, and nationally prominent abolitionist recognized the quick, easy and inexpensive reproducibility of photography. He presciently developed a theoretical framework for understanding the implications of photography on public discourse in a series of four lectures. The exhibition title comes from Douglass' Lecture on Pictures, delivered in Boston in 1861 during the Civil War.

Photo credit: Kwame Brathwaite, Self Portrait, 1964

Regis Center for Art  

405 2st Avenue South

Minneapolis, MN  55455

A Picture Gallery of the Soul curated by Howard Oransky
Sep 13, 2022

In 2022, a portrait titled Alvin Ailey and May, 2019 by Micaiah Carter will be featured in an exhibition curated by Howard Oransky at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The exhibition will open September 13th, 2022 and will have an accompanying catalog.

The exhibition includes works by Devin Allen, Rev. Henry Clay Anderson, Jean Andre Antoine, Thomas E. Askew, Radcliffe Bailey, J. P. Ball, John L. Banks, Anthony Barboza, Ronald Barboza, Miranda Barnes, Leslie Jean-Bart, C. M. Battey, Endia Beal, Romare Bearden, Arthur P. Bedou, Hugh Bell, Dawoud Bey, Mark Blackshear, Kwame Brathwaite, Sheila Pree Bright, Nakeya Brown, Kesha Bruce, Micaiah Carter, Charles Chamblis, Albert Chong, Tiffany Clark, Mark Clennon, Tameca Cole, Magdalena Compos-Pons, Bill Cottman, Adger Cowans, Gerald Cyrus, Roy DeCarava, Louis Draper, David Driskell, Barbara DuMetz, Mara Duvra, Cyndi Elledge, Awol Erizku, Albert R. Fennar, Nona Faustine, Adama Delphine Fawundu, Alanna Fields, Lola Flash, Krista Franklin, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Russell Frederick, Tia-Simone Gardner, Courtney Garvin, Bill Gaskins, John Glanton, Kris Graves, Allison Janae Hamilton, Lucius Harper, Charles “Teenie” Harris, Daesha Devón Harris, L. Kasimu Harris, LeRoy Henderson, Chester Higgins, Earlie Hudnall, Ayana V. Jackson, Rashid Johnson, Caroline Kent, M. H. Kimball, Dionne Lee, Kya Lou, Whitfield Lovell, Cecil McDonald, Jr., Ozier Muhamad, Nancy Musinguzi, Bruce Palaggi, Gordon Parks, Howardena Pindell, John Pinderhughes, Carl Robert Pope, Jr., G. K. Proctor, Deborah Roberts, Herb Robinson, Bobby Rogers, Keris Salmon, Addison Scurlock, Jamel Shabazz, Harry Shepherd, Lorna Simpson, Marvin Smith, Jovan C. Speller, Elizabeth Sunday, Arthur C. Teal and Elnora Teal, Hank Willis Thomas, James VanDerZee, Shawn Walker, Augustus Washington, Carrie Mae Weems, Deborah Willis.

TOURISM at Dries Van Noten The Little House
Jun 04, 2022

Dries Van Noten The Little House
Presented by Brackett Creek Exhibitions
451 N. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles.
June 4th through July 16th.

This exhibition is an immersive presentation of TOURISM.

Feb 15, 2022

BEAR, by artist Marie Vic opens Tuesday February 15th, from 6pm at ALAÏA, 5 rue Marignan, 75008 Paris.

MARIEVIC [b. Paris, France] is a visual artist currently living and working in New York City. She graduated from École Spéciale d’Architecture and received an MFA from Parsons The New School for Design. MARIEVIC’s work varies widely in its medium; upon projects, her studio produces sculpture, photography, video and installations. She considers the fetishized cultures of consumption and gives a careful look to changing conceptions of luxury and disposability. She often employs a decidedly absurdist sense of humor and always aims to explore how the self is performed in different contexts, at the same time individually, globally, and politically.

American Black Beauty, Vol. 1
Feb 11, 2022

SN37 is pleased to announce the second show in their not-for-profit gallery at the Seaport in New York City: American Black Beauty, Vol. 1 by Micaiah Carter. The work will be on view from February 11 through March 27, 2022, and is a heartfelt exhibition that brings together Carter’s fashion work, recent personal work, and archival ephemera from his late father.

Carter’s father, a Vietnam veteran, died of prostate cancer in 2021 and the heart of this show and Micaiah’s new work is a creative response to this loss. The inclusion of Carter’s home videos and his father’s archival photographs is an ode to the role his father played in his life; he was a constant supporter of his work. Following his passing, Carter turned to photography to reconnect more deeply with his family, bringing a new vehicle for joy as he works through his grief. This show honors his father’s life and impact, while looking ahead to the future of young Black generations.


Family Album Exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Jan 13, 2022

Family Album  will be on display in LACMA's Charles White Gallery. The work explores how contemporary makers of color have adopted the form of family photographs and/or challenged their aesthetic conventions. Artists such as Dannielle Bowman, Janna Ireland, Laura Aguilar, Delilah Montoya, LaToya Ruby Frazier and Leslie Hewitt explore themes of interiority, domesticity, gender, labor, self-representation, performance, and documentation as a form of activism. Works by Mark Bradford and Tony Cokes explore the legacy of redlining in the United States in shaping the neighborhoods where communities of color live today. Primarily a photographic display–the exhibition considers the promise and importance of photography for Black Americans to control their own image, and preserve pictures of their families. 

30 New Emerging Photographers to Watch
Jan 13, 2022

Spandita Malik selected as one of the 30 Emerging Photographers to Watch

We’re delighted to announce the latest edition of The 30: New and Emerging Photographers to watch. Delve into portfolios of images by the 2022 honorees and read about their work and careers via the link in our bio.

Adrian White on Kulture Hub
Jan 01, 2022

White has a way of capturing a moment that feels steady and the works that he creates will hold viewers far into the future. He regards his work as a living breathing archive that his decedents will be able to view and interact with. This act of preservation is once more a prominent concept in his practice.

While speaking with White I felt this overwhelming sense of familiarity. Though it may be our Southern upbringings that made me feel connected to him. Nonetheless, his work calls to mind a quote I came across in 2020, “Black People exist in the future.”

Buzzfeed Review of new series "Vadhu: The Embroidered Bride"
Nov 09, 2021

Malik’s show at Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York, Vadhu: The Embroidered Bride, is a perfect example of her specific style of photography. “It's a photograph transferred onto fabric and there's women embroidered on top of the image; there's a whole fieldwork that is behind it,” she said.

Her embellished photography prints on fabric are stunning and collaborative, including and amplifying the voices of the Indian women she works with, many of whom have or are experiencing violence close to home. Highly publicized gang rapes in India have occurred before and received media attention, but have not prompted any lasting change in policies or attitudes.

LACMA acquires Micaiah Carter work for permanent collection
Oct 26, 2021

Los Angeles County Museum of Art has acquired the work titled "Family, 2020"  by artist Micaiah Carter for their permanent collection. 

This work will be exhibited in a show titled "Family Album" at the Charles White Gallery in November of 2022.



Vadhu: The Embroidered Bride at Baxter Street
Oct 13, 2021

Spandita Malik featured in solo exhibition Vadhu: The Embroidered Bride at Baxter Street in New York

Baxter St is pleased to present Vadhu: The Embroidered Bride, a solo exhibition of new work by 2020 Workspace Resident Spandita Malik. A New York-based artist from Chandigarh, India, Malik often addresses women’s rights and gendered violence through her lens-based interdisciplinary practice. The works in Vadhu: The Embroidered Bride use wedding portraits as a departure point for exploring the nuanced relationship between time, gender, and memory. On view from October 13 to November 10, 2021, the exhibition is composed of embroidered photographic portraits created in collaboration with women in India and drawn from the artist’s ongoing project, Nā́rī

128 Baxter Street, New York, NY 10013

October 13th - November 10th, 2021


Exhibition at the Naughton Gallery in Northern Ireland Summer 2021
Jul 15, 2021

A portrait of reknown tennis player, Naomi Osaka taken by Micaiah Carter will be featured in an exhibition at the The Naughton Gallery at Queens University in Belfast, Norther Ireland. The exhbitioin will open in July 2021 and run through August 2021.



ARTSY: 6 Rising Contemporary Artists Using Traditional Craft Techniques by Charlotte Jansen
Jun 08, 2021


6 Contemporary Artists recount how and why they work with traditional crafts and what the techniques they use—often inherited through their families—mean to them.

4 Spandita Malik works included in new exhibition at Sammlung Klein Collection in Germany
Mar 21, 2021

"Zwischenzeit" (In Between)
March 21 - May 2, 2021

KUNSTWERK presents works from the Klein collection that have never been presented before or that have not been presented for a long time. The selection of pieces is dominated by the pandemic, which has created a year of existential breaks in and brought fundamental changes to everyday life. On the other hand, a departure from familiar ways also offers the opportunity to reconsider what came before and to outline a new life plan through different eyes. Regardless of all the evaluative portents, for many people the prolonged phase of restricted public life has been connected with the experience of being forced to rely upon themselves.

Kunstwerk Sammlung Klein
Siemensstraße 40
71735 Eberdingen-Nussdorf


Project for Empty Space
Feb 13, 2021

Project for Empty Space is pleased to present What We Become When We Are Unbound, a group exhibition of work by Jillian M Rock, Mimi Bai, Sarah K. Khan, Spandita Malik, and Priscilla Dobler Dzul. This exhibition is a culmination of work created by the artists during their residency in the annual Feminist Incubator.

February 13 - April 20, 2021

Project for Empty Space
800 Broad Street
Newark, NJ 07102

Threads of Identity Exhibition at Visual Arts Center New Jersey
Feb 08, 2021

Spandita Malik is a New York-based artist from India, whose work often addresses women’s rights and gendered violence. Her ongoing project, Nā́rī, features embroidered photographic portraits made in collaboration with women in India. Nā́rī is a Sanskrit word meaning woman, wife, female, or an object regarded as feminine, but it can also mean sacrifice. Malik explores these ideas in a series of intricate and intimate portraits, nine of which are on display here.

February 6 – April 25, 2021

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey
Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery
68 Elm Street
Summit, NJ 07901

MUSÉE Magazine Issue No. 24 "Identity"
Oct 15, 2020

Spandita Malik's series Nā́rī published in MUSÉE Magazine Issue No. 24: Identity

British Journal of Photography’s Ones to Watch for 2020
Aug 31, 2020

Each year, British Journal of Photography reaches out to its global network of photography experts, to deliver a magazine devoted to new talent: Ones To Watch. This year, we presented 18 photographers drawn from across Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas, nominated by an extensive list of curators, editors, agents, festival producers and photographers.

British Journal of Photography’s Ones to Watch for 2020
Aug 31, 2020

Each year, British Journal of Photography reaches out to its global network of photography experts, to deliver a magazine devoted to new talent: Ones To Watch. This year, we presented 18 photographers drawn from across Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas, nominated by an extensive list of curators, editors, agents, festival producers and photographers.

Pickled Memories at Sola Contemporary
Aug 29, 2020

August 29 – September 26, 2020

Opening day August 29th, 11am-7pm
To attend, please RSVP to info@solacontemporary.org

Concerned with inter-generational memory and trauma, photographer ADRIAN WHITE has created a series of photographs documenting his family’s past and present, while imagining a better future.

SoLA Contemporary
3718 West Slauson Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 90043
Thursday-Saturday, 11a-4p, and by appointment

PROTEST IN PLACE: SoLA Contemporary Black Lives Matter Exhibition
Jul 01, 2020

ADRIAN WHITE'S artwork included in Protest in Place, an exhibition at SoLA Contemporary in Los Angeles, California.

An open call installation of protest posters floating throughout the gallery at varying heights, clearly visible through its windows from historic Slauson Avenue. We encourage gallery visitation and offer interactive participation for reflection and idea-sharing.

Join us in continuing the protests by showing your posters for a duration of time in place at SoLA Contemporary, located on West Slauson Ave / Crenshaw Blvd in South Los Angeles. Proceeds support Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, Inc.

If sold, artist receives 40%, Black Lives Matter 40%


SoLA Contemporary 3718 Slauson Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90043

Exhibition: Pickled Memories at PH Gallery
May 29, 2020

Adrian White: Pickled Memories

PH Gallery (online)

May 29 - June 26, 2020

“My photographic process places as much an emphasis on preserving memories as it does creating images. Memories have the power to heal. We just have to pay attention to what they’re trying to tell us.”  - Adrian White

Spandita Malik featured in Harper's Magazine
Apr 01, 2020

SPANDITA MALIK'S work will be published in the Readings section of the April issue of Harper’s Magazine

Image: Kosar, heat transfer print on khadi, gota patti and zardozi embroidery, by Spandita Malik, recently acquired by the private museum collection, Kunstwerk Sammlung Klein in Germany

Musee Magazine Interview
Mar 12, 2020


SPANDITA MALIK interviewed by Yuhe Yao

Feb 28, 2020

Photo show and t-shirt release

4565 Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, Californa

Opening Reception
February 28th, 2020
7 – 9pm

The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion
Dec 23, 2019


“Two things that inspired me within my work...have been my family and my family legacy,” explains fashion photographer Micaiah Carter, whose central inspiration comes from his father, a retired Air Force Sergeant who came of age in the ‘70s, a period defined by the “Black is Beautiful” movement and disco. His compositions often evoke the era’s revolutionary aesthetics—exploring the ways politics, beauty, and fashion influence the Black community today. “I really want it to feel free to what our imagination can be and what we can be. Breaking the barriers of what Blackness is and making it feel like we’re people versus a trend.”

Carter's work appears in The New Black Vanguard, and has also been featured in TIME, King Kong, Wonderland, Adweek, and Cultured magazine, among others.

Bass Museum presents MICKALENE THOMAS: Better Nights
Dec 01, 2019


Exhibiting artists include: painting and photography by Nina Chanel Abney, Derrick Adams, David Antonio Cruz, Lyle Ashton Harris, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Xaviera Simmons, John Edmonds, Alexandria Smith, Adrienne Raquel, Arielle Bobb-Willis, Micaiah Carter; and video work by Christie Neptune, Devin N. Morris, Brontez Purnell; and a video work by Ja’Tovia Gary selected by Jasmine Wahi from Project for Empty Space. With the prop-like tableau echoing the collage-like compositional style of Thomas’ paintings and essential to this project, Thomas has created a program of live performances and appearances featuring Jody Watley, Meshell Ndegeocello, QUIÑ, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Mashonda Tifrere, Devin Tracy, CHIKA, among others, as well as live DJ sets by Derrick Adams, YSL, Mel, Val, Dimples, Wavy Fox, and Papi Juice, among others.

Nov 19, 2019

The panel will include Antwaun Sargent and photographers and New School alumni Quil Lemons and Micaiah Carter. The event will be moderated by educator Kimberly Jenkins.

Tuesday, November 19
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The New School, Alvin Johnson/J. M. Kaplan Hall
66 West 12th Street
New York, NY

MFA Photography Grad, Spandita Malik, Represented by Parsons Faculty & Art Advisor Sarah Hasted
Oct 17, 2019

Spandita Malik is an MFA Photography graduate and NY based artist from India. Her work focuses on the  current socio-political climate with an emphasis on women's rights and violence against women. Malik's work has been featured internationally in China, France, India, Italy, New York, and New Zealand. She is now being represented by Art Advisor Sarah Hasted.

String as Fine Art: The Woven Tale Press
Oct 11, 2019

Inside the Studio with Manuel Knapp

Inside the Studio offers a behind-the-scenes peek into the work environments of WTP artists, as well as insight into their creative process within these resonate spaces. See Manuel Knapp’s work in WTP Vol. VII #8.

By Jennifer Nelson, WTP Feature Writer

Oct 08, 2019

SPANDITA MALIK, an artist from India who recently graduated from Parsons School of Design with an MFA in Photography has created some of the most powerful portraits of women I have ever seen. In her new series, titled Nā́rī (Sanskrit for woman, wife, female or an object regarded as feminine – also meaning sacrifice), Malik takes portraits of women in India and prints them on fabric from their various regions. She then asks them to embroider on their own portraits, giving them no guidelines as to what they can or cannot embroider.

The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion
Oct 02, 2019

MICAIAH CARTER will be included in the exhibition, The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion curated by Antwaun Sargent

Opening reception October 24th, 7-8:30 pm

547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10001

HERE, NOW: Jim Kempner Gallery, New York City
Sep 19, 2019

The first exhibition in the U.S. of German artist, MANUEL KNAPP, titled "HERE NOW" curated by art advisor SARAH HASTED and recognized art collector, PETER W. KLEIN.

Opening reception September 19th, 6-8pm

501 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011

Being Bare: A Photographic Salon in conversation with Sarah Hasted and Parsons MFA Photography 2019 graduating class
Aug 29, 2019


Place: 66 5th Avenue New York, NY

Time: 5pm 

Thesis Exhibition opening will begin immediately after at 6pm at Sheila Aronson Gallery.
— with Victoria QianJune KimMadeline Louise,Peng LyuSarah HastedSpandita MalikMiguel A Gonzalez and Parsons MFA Photography at Parsons School of Design.

School of Art, Media & Technology: Parsons Part-Time Professor Sarah Hasted is Now Representing Parsons Alum Micaiah Carter
Apr 25, 2019

"Micaiah’s portraits are sincere, dignified representations of the sitters while staying true to his distinctive aesthetic – a modern day combination of Roy DeCarava’s poetic, lyrical, emotional photographs – and the proud, regal and formal portraits by Harlem Renaissance photographer, James Van Der Zee – all of them achingly beautiful."

- Sarah Hasted

Humble Arts Foundation: Micaiah Carter's Achingly Beautiful Portraits
Mar 19, 2019

To celebrate her new representation of Micaiah Carter, acclaimed art advisor Sarah Hasted speaks with the photographer about his lyrical portraits of celebrities and everyday people.

Sarah Hasted Introduces the Next Generation: Photographer Micaiah Carter
Mar 12, 2019

"The first time I saw the photography of Brooklyn based artist Michiah Carter in the fall of 2016 at Parsons School of Design…I knew he was going to be successful. A self described recluse, he was not social in college, he just put his head down and quietly got to work. Mentoring and guiding him through his senior year was one of the true joys of my long teaching career. The unique gift that 30 years of experience in the art world and 16 years teaching at one of the most prestigious art schools in the world has given me, is the ability to spot artistic talent and potential - immediately."

- Sarah Hasted

Martin Schoeller's newest publication "Close" announced on L'oeil de la Photographie
Oct 01, 2018

Close presents 120 portraits of the world’s most famous and influential people across the arts and entertainment industries, politics, business and sport—from Julia Roberts and Adele, to Frank Gehry and Marina Abramović, Barack Obama, Julian Assange and Roger Federer. Between 2005 and 2018 Schoeller photographed his subjects, in his words “to create a level platform, where a viewer’s existing notions of celebrity, values, and honesty are challenged.” Schoeller realized this goal by subjecting his sitters to equal technical treatment: each portrait is a close-up of a face with the same camera angle and lighting. The expressions are consistently neutral, serious yet relaxed, in an attempt to tease out his subjects’ differences and capture moments “that felt intimate, unposed.” Schoeller’s inspiration for Close was the water tower series of Bernd and Hilla Becher, his ambition to adapt their systematic approach to portraiture. Amidst Schoeller’s famous subjects are also some unknown and unfamiliar ones, a means to comprehensively make his project an “informal anthropological study of the faces of our time.”

- Sarah Hasted

Presents new portraits by Martin Schoeller
Sep 25, 2018

The new portraits, (most have never been seen, exhibited or sold before), were taken between 2005 and 2018, and are included in Martin's soon to be released monograph titled, Close (Steidl, 2018). Close features 120 portraits of the world's most famous and influential people across the arts and entertainment industries, politics, business and sports. The new work and book are cause for celebration and a true milestone moment for the artist, spanning 14 years of his illustrious career.

Always Protect Yourself: An Interview with Artist MARK MANN
May 22, 2018

With dozens of exhibitions under his belt, including one at the Corcoran Museum in Washington D.C., and notable New York galleries, like Laurence Miller Gallery, his work has been recognized and collected by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Sir Elton John Collection, Yale University, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and the Progressive Collection to name a few.

Art Advisor Sarah Hasted wears fashion designer Mimi Plange
May 15, 2018

Sarah is one of those great women who always knows how to make you feel good. She's charming, and has a warm spirit that is uplifting and extremely generous.  Beyond her charm and quiet strength, she has an in depth knowledge of beauty and an exquisite taste for art. 

Sarah is a Part-time Assistant Professor at the Parsons School of Design and dedicates a significant portion of her time to the non-profit, Moving Mountains, where she serves as the President of the Board.

Sarah wears our hand embroidered silk capelet and custom print floral maxi skirt.

School of Art, Media & Technology: Part Time Faculty Sarah Hasted Interviews German artist Manuel Knapp
Apr 23, 2018

Part Time Faculty Member Sarah Hasted has recently published her interview with Manuel Knapp titled: “STRINGING THE ART WORLD ALONG: Art Dealer SARAH HASTED Interviews German Artist MANUEL KNAPP”. You can read the introduction to the interview below and watch a video of audio excerpts.

Stringing the Art World Along: An Interview with German artist Manuel Knapp
Apr 19, 2018

"Manuel Knapp's artworks have been acquired by private and public art collectors, and the permanent collections of some of the most prestigious private museums in the world, Kunstwerk: Sammlung Klein and the Museum Ritter:Sammlung Marli Hoppe Ritter, and the Collection Pforzheim, additionally, he has been commissioned to do site specific works, and his art career is just beginning.

Perhaps I am attracted to Manuel's intricate and meticulously hand woven works because they remind me of the American Indian textiles that I grew up with in New Mexico, or simply because they are a perfect combination of what happens when organic materials meet an obsessive mind. Whatever the reason for the attraction, the works are undeniably magnetic."

- Sarah Hasted

Book Launch: Dog Days
Sep 18, 2017

We are excited to announce the publication of Andrea Stern’s new book “Dog Days”, an uncompromisingly honest and poetic look at a period of her life, long ended. Dredging her photography archives, she discovers a store of past observations in a new light.

Embossed clothbound hardcover in a silk screened carton slipcase, 96 pages, 63 duotone plates, 27cm x 22cm. Edition of 500. Text by Andrea Stern, edited by Joan Liftin. English. Published by bookdummypress (bdp). Printed in Japan, 2017.

Sep 15, 2017


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New York art dealer and President of the Board of Moving Mountains, SARAH HASTED with founder of Harlem Children's Zone, GEOFFREY CANADA
Jun 06, 2017

New York art dealer, curator, and President of the Board of Moving Mountains, Sarah Hasted welcomes founder of Harlem Children's Zone, Geoffrey Canada, and actors Steve Buscemi, Michael K. Williams and Isaiah Whitlock, to the annual Moving Mountains honoree award dinner on June 6th, 2017 

An Honest Interview with a Normal Artist: Daniel Voelker
Apr 04, 2017

"Everyone should care about art. Art is a reflection of what is going on in the world. Art is a very powerful tool, maybe even more powerful than politics. It makes people think, and inspires people to change things for the better. Art brings people together. The Internet is great for research but to experience real art you need to get off your ass and go see a show or go visit a museum."

"Art is essential to being human."

- Daniel Voelker

Sarah Hasted on Linkedin
Jan 04, 2017


President: Sarah Hasted. After several years of donating her time and expertise to the expansion of Moving Mountains Sarah Hasted was elected PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS in January 2017. 




Image In Progress Magazine interviews Sarah Hasted
Sep 10, 2016

"Collectors, galleries and dealers, we are all looking for the thing we have never seen before"

- Sarah Hasted from her interview with Emanuele Cucuzza, Editor and Chief of Image in Progress Magazine


With Sarah we talk about price fluctuations in the art world, the effects of an artist’s death and how photography is changing. Interesting reflections with many insights for artists and collectors. 


Erwin Olaf solo exhibition at Museo Castagnino in Argentina
Apr 30, 2015

Erwin Olaf will have a solo exhibition, El Imperio de la Ilusón, at the Museo Castagnino in Argentina beginning April 30 through August 3, 2015.

Curated by Paco Barragán

Artist Reception: Living Together
April 30, 2015
Paolo Ventura debut as scenic designer at Lyric Opera of Chicago
Apr 10, 2015

From Lyric Opera:

Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel at Lyric is the most eagerly anticipated musical event of the spring season. This brand-new production is helmed by eminent director/choreographer Rob Ashford and features the Lyric debuts of conductor David Chase (a New York favorite and longtime collaborator of Ashford's) and artist Paolo Ventura as set designer, plus costumes from Catherine Zuber, the acclaimed designer who has won multiple Tony Awards and who costumed Ashford's delightful Barber of Seville in Lyric's 2013-14 season.

Carousel is on stage at Lyric from April 10 through May 3, and this page is your source for all of the behind-the-scenes info. 

Kwang Young Chun at the Venice Biennale
Mar 27, 2015

Hasted Kraeutler's artist Kwang Young Chun will exhibit a new monumental sculpture in Frontiers Reimagined, A Collateral Even of the 56th International Art Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia, curated by Sundaram Taore and Marius Kwint.

From Frontier's Imagined:

The phenomenon of globalization, where cultures are colliding and melding as never before, offers rich and complex sources of inspiration for artists. Frontiers Reimagined examines the results of these cultural entanglements through the work of forty-four painters, sculptors, photographers and installation artists who are exploring the notion of cultural boundaries. These emerging and established artists—who come from a vast geographical landscape stretching from the West to Asia to Africa—share a truly global perspective, both in their physical existence, living and working between cultures, and their artistic endeavors. Each demonstrates the intellectual and aesthetic richness that emerges when artists engage in intercultural dialogue.

Retrospective in Macau
Mar 26, 2015

From press release:

20 Years Retrospective exhibited at the Oriente Foundation (Fundacao Oriente) in Macao will include:

In his earlier work on the subject of social exclusion Olaf was deliberately disturbing with the intention of raising awareness and he was dedicated towards exploring issues of class, race, sexual taste, beliefs, habits and grace. In the series Rain (2004), Hope (2005), Grief (2007) and Fall (2008) Olaf challenges the notion of domestic bliss. Dusk (2009) and Dawn (2010) show how culture can become repression, despite a beautiful appearance. A similar disengagement takes place in Olaf's Hotel (2010) series in which he explores the subtle range of detached melancholic emotions in dimly-lit exquisitely furnished timeless hotel rooms. 

March 26 – April 27, 2015
ORIENTE FOUNDATION: Praça Luís de Camões, 13, Macau. Tel. www.foriente.pt

The Frances Foundation honors the Dutch artist Erwin Olaf
Mar 21, 2015
From the Frances foundation:

In 2015, the Frances Foundation honors the Dutch artist ERWIN OLAF.

The 16th Exhibition about the work of the artist in two stages, one dedicated to aesthetics "LIGHT BOX", the other to the human comedy "JUKE BOX".

LIGHT BOX will present works from the GRIEF series, HOPE, SEPARATION, RAIN and ROYAL BLOOD. Immersion into the artist's world will give an understanding of his treatment of light and artistic influences.


Guided Gallery Tour
Mar 07, 2015

Hasted Kraeutler invites you to join us on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 2 p.m. for a guided gallery tour by Pierre Gonnord through his exhibition, The Dream Goes Over Time.

Join Sarah Hasted & Joseph Kraeutler as they discuss the exhibition with the artist.

The guided tour will start promptly at 2 p.m, and an RSVP is strongly recommended.
To RSVP, please contact the gallery at info@hastedkraeutler.com or 212-627-0006.

The Dream Goes Over Time - Reception
Mar 05, 2015
Kim Dong Yoo's retrospective at Daejeon Museum of Art
Feb 28, 2015

Kim Dong Yoo currently has a retrospective titled "Horizon of War Art" at the Daejeon Museum of Art in South Korea.

The exhibition began February 28 and runs through April 19, 2015. 

Exhibiting in "Icon(s)" at Maison Particuliére
Feb 26, 2015

Hasted Kraeutler's Jean-Paul Goude's photograph Twins, New York, 1979 will be exhibited in Icon(s) at Maison Particuliére art center in Brussels, Belgium, from April 23 - July 5, 2015.

From Maison Particuliére's press release:

Emblematic figure, venerated image, status of an idol or a powerful mental representation – an icon embodies the deep soul of an era, its timeless character.

Interpreting our times and questioning the semantic function of the icon, this exhibition aims to present and highlight the confrontations and analogies between contemporary and ancient icons.

These icons are an endless source of inspiration for contemporary artists, who reinterpret and reclaim them to create new images, new icons – while being iconoclastic.


Albert Watson Retrospective at the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow
Feb 18, 2015

An Albert Watson Retrospective will be exhibited at the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow beginning from February 28 through May 10, 2015. 

Photographer Pierre Gonnord received the International Prize for Photography
Feb 09, 2015

From Europress:

Photographer Pierre Gonnord received Monday from the mayor of Alcobendas, Ignacio García de Vinuesa, International Photography Prize awarded by the City Council of [Alcobendas].



Albert Watson exhibits Silver Linings at Izzy Gallery
Feb 05, 2015

Albert Watson exhibits film prints of some of the photographer’s favorite pictures, as well as some of his classic work in fashion, beauty and portraiture at Izzy Gallery, Toronto.

Exhibition runs from February 5 - March 28th, 2015.

Short Stories exhibition at Gallery Baton, Seoul Korea
Feb 04, 2015

From Gallery Baton:

Gallery Baton is pleased to showcase the third solo exhibition of Paolo Ventura (b. 1968) Short Stories from February 4th to March 6th at the Apgujeong exhibition space.

The artist's new body of work in this exhibition, Short Stories is a series of images consisting of listed stories that resemble the structure of short story books. A notable characteristic of show stories is that the artist along with his identical twin brother Andreas Ventura (b. 1968) and his son appears as the main protagonists in every story. 

Exhibits "Corona" at L.A. Galerie in Frankfurt, Germany
Jan 31, 2015

Julian Faulhaber's exhibition Corona will be exhibited at L.A. Galerie from January 31st through March 28, 2015

From L.A. Galerie:

Corona, Julian Faulhaber’s new photographic series made in Cairo, was inspired by the large illuminated advertising panels throning high above the city’s traffic arteries. These billboards dominate their environment not only through sheer size, but also through their glaring colors, which provide a stark contrast to the
smog and desert dust engulfing the city.

Jan 22, 2015

From The William Benton Museum:

In the Paint: Basketball in Contemporary Art

January 22 –March 29, 2015

The exhibition will feature artworks in a variety of media that explore the world of basketball.  Concepts of performance, competition, branding, and spectacle are central to the work of contemporary artists who engage with the sport as subject matter.  Their work reveals structural similarities between the spheres of athletics and art, where athletes and artists alike are constantly engrossed in practice, promotion, and play to refine their skills and dominate their chosen fields.

Albert Watson's photographs featured in Taschen's book of photographs, "The Rolling Stones"
Jan 17, 2015

Reviewed in the New York Times, the newly released Taschen epynonymous book of photographs of the Rolling Stones, features photographs by Hasted Kraeutler's Albert Watson, along with Annie Leibovitz, Ethan Russell, David Bailey, Gered Mankowitz and Anton Corbijn. 

Exhibits, "Catalogue" at Walzwerk Null in Duesseldorf
Jan 15, 2015

From Walzwerk Null:

WALZWERK NULL, Exhibit Space for Photography and Video Art, invites you to the opening of the exhibition Julian Faulhaber Catalogue on Thursday, January 22nd. As part of Dusseldorf Photo Weekend, the exhibition is also open on January 30 - February 1.

Waiting: Selections from Erwin Olaf: Volume I & II - Reception
Jan 10, 2015
Guided Gallery Tour
Jan 09, 2015

Hasted Kraeutler invites you to join us on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at 12 p.m.
for a guided tour by Erwin Olaf through his exhibition.

Join Sarah Hasted & Joseph Kraeutler as they discuss the exhibition with the artist.

The guided tour will start promptly at 12 p.m, and an RSVP is strongly recommended.
To RSVP, please contact the gallery at info@hastedkraeutler.com or 212-627-0006.

Erwin Olaf Waits It Out in the Wall Street Journal
January 05, 2015

“It speaks to a level of patience that people don’t seem to have any more,” said Sarah Hasted, Mr. Olaf’s New York dealer, of the film’s conceit. “Maybe it’s due to social media and technology and hundreds of TV channels, but a lot of the time people just react. It’s very hard to capture that emotional state right before you react.” - Sarah Hasted about Erwin Olaf's exhibition at her gallery in the Wall Street Journal

Guided Gallery Tour and Book Signing
Dec 12, 2014

Hasted Kraeutler invites you to join us on Saturday December 13, 2014 at 2 p.m. for a guided gallery tour with Martin Schoeller of his current exhibition, Portraits.

This will be followed by a book signing of Portraits (teNeues, 2014), a monumental monograph spanning 15 years of his illustrious career. Featuring a written introduction by Jeff Koons, the latest monograph is a cause for celebration and a true milestone moment for the artist.

The guided tour will start promptly at 2 p.m., and an RSVP is strongly recommended.

To RSVP, please contact the gallery at info@hastedkraeutler.com  or 212-627-0006.

Erwin Olaf: Talk and Book Signing at Aperture
Dec 10, 2014

Join Aperture and internationally celebrated Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf for a talk and book signing of his most recent work, Erwin Olaf: Volume II, the follow-up to the best-selling Aperture book Erwin Olaf (2008).

Wednesday, December 10
6:30 pm
Aperture Gallery and Bookstore
547 West 27th Street
New York, NY

The Museum of New Art presents Erwin Olaf's Breakfast in America
Dec 07, 2014

The Museum of New Art presents Erwin Olaf's Breakfast in America

The Museum of New Art | Photography is located at 2501 Rochester Court, Troy, MI 48083.

Opening Reception: Sunday, December 7 from 3pm to 7pm.

Exhibition runs from December 7 through February 15, 2015.
Hours: 12pm to 5pm Tuesday through Saturday.

Nov 25, 2014

Hasted Kraeutler's artist Nick Brandt's foundation, Big Life seeks to protect and sustain East Africa’s wild lands and wildlife, including one of the greatest populations of elephants left in East Africa.

Big Life's co-founder and Director of Operations in Africa, Richard Bonham, was awarded The Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa at the Tusk Conservation Awards.

This lifetime achievement award recognises outstanding dedication and exceptional contributions to conservation in Africa.

Erwin Olaf : B&W. Early Works.
Nov 15, 2014

Erwin Olaf's early black and white photographs are being exhibited at Espacio Minimo Gallery in Madrid, Spain.

The exhibition runs through January 17th, 2015. 

Go Behind TIME’s Taylor Swift Cover With Photographer Martin Schoeller
Nov 14, 2014

Richard Conway

For this week’s issue of TIME, photographer Martin Schoeller traveled from New York to photograph Taylor Swift for our cover. The location? Forest Hills, Tennessee near the star’s adopted base of Nashville. The studio? Swift’s family home.


Portraits - Opening Reception
Nov 14, 2014
Paper Magazine
Nov 12, 2014

Hasted Kraeutler's artist Jean-Paul Goude shoots the cover of Paper Magazine with Kim Kardashian. He recreates one of his most famous images of Carolina Beaumont from 1976.

From Paper Magazine:

For our winter issue, we gave ourselves one assignment: Break The Internet. There is no other person that we can think of who is up to the task than one Kim Kardashian West. A pop culture fascination able to generate headlines just by leaving her house, Kim is what makes the web tick.

We tapped legendary French photographer Jean-Paul Goude to recreate his iconic "Champagne Incident" shot (an image also known as Carolina Beaumont, New York for the name of the model and the location in which it was taken) and all we can say about the images inside, which we'll be releasing this Thursday, is...holy fucking shit. 

Book launch for Erwin Olaf : Vol II at Rijksmusuem Amsterdam
Nov 08, 2014

Book launch for Erwin Olaf's latest monograph, Erwin Olaf : Vol II (Aperture, 2014) at Rijksmuseum Amsterdamn. 

Erwin Olaf Volume II
Oct 31, 2014

Erwin Olaf's latest monograph Erwin Olaf Volume II (Aperture, 2014) to be released October 31, 2014.

From Aperture: 

Erwin Olaf’s approach to storytelling is uniquely evocative and enticingly ambiguous. According to critic Francis Hodgson, Olaf’s images “lead us to a Stimmung (a sense of atmo­sphere) which is broad enough to repay many second readings of the pictures and so keep us viewers interested.”

In this presentation of his most recent work, Olaf expands on his established style of highly polished and stylized color studio images to include a series drawn from his sculptural video installation, Keyhole; a group of black-and-white images he has exhibited as carbon prints; and photographs created on location in Berlin—a departure from the constructed mise-en-scènes of earlier work produced in his Amsterdam studio.

Erwin Olaf: Volume II showcases the artist at the height of his powers as an artisan of atmosphere and a craftsman who uses high polish to both perverse and seductive effect.

Nathan Harger photography included in American Scene Photography: Martin Z. Margulies Collection
Oct 30, 2014

Nathan Harger's photograph, Untitled (Overpass), Queens, New York, 2007, will be exhibited in the upcoming exhibition, “American Scene Photography: Martin Z. Margulies Collection" at Nova Southeastern University Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale. His work will be exhibited alongside works from 20th century photography masters such as Walker Evans, Lewis Hine, Dorothea Lange, William Eggleston, Lee Friedlander, Weegee, Gregory Crewdson, Ed Ruscha, Alec Soth and Hank Willis Thomas. The exhibition opens on October 30, 2014 and will run through March 22, 2015. 

Solo exhibition at MODEM in Debrecen
Oct 26, 2014

Erwin Olaf – Karussell

25 October 2014 – 1 February 2015

The comprehensive, large-scale exhibition of Erwin Olaf, Dutch photo artist and experimental film-maker can be seen for the first time in Hungary in MODEM. The centre will introduce a representative photo and video selection from the artist whose works were represented in several exhibitions and who is also known as the designer of the Dutch Euro coin.

Olaf’s works with their perfect compositions, scenic and striking design vividly capture the essence of our everyday life. His unconventional style never fails to deliver dramatic visual and emotional impact. Most of his images are made in his large studio in Amsterdam, assisted by a host of decorators, make-up artists and hair stylists. The set up interiors present a slice of the real world. Olaf prefers his own dream-world to the real one; he translates the happenings of the external world and the taboos of society to his unique visual language. His photos implicitly visualises the unspoken, the overlooked, that typically resists easy documentation. At the first glance, Olaf seems to act more like a stage director than a photographer, every image is as carefully blocked as a film sequence.

Pierre Gonnord: GAIA
Oct 22, 2014

Pierre Gonnord's exhibition at FORO art fair 2014, GAIA.

Curated by Carmen F. Ortiz.

Thanks to the generosity of its owners and the occasion of the exhibition of works by artist Pierre Gonnord you can access the beautiful Renaissance courtyard of the Palacio de Ovando or House of Ovando, one of the best preserved palaces Cáceres.

Pierre Gonnord (Cholet, France 1963), began his personal project about the human face in the late 90s, built over the years a body of identifiable portraits. Gonnord Pierre (France 1963), lives and works in Madrid since 1988 Your own project has become a lifestyle, traveling the back roads in search of characters belonging to social groups with strong cultural identity. Addresses, lives and works with tribes, clans, but especially individuals away from our urban landscape in the era of globalization and therefore doomed to disappear.

As a guest artist at FOROSUR 2014, presents a solo exhibition in the historic Palacio de Ovando: GAIA, which shows the latest work in the Portuguese Alentejo and Extremadura. A tribute to people living with animals, living and working in nature. Twenty large format photographs, which can see the latest Gonnord work and commitment to the land.

Exhibits work at 6th European Month of Photography Berlin
Oct 16, 2014

Erwin Olaf participates in the 6th European Month of Photography, Berlin.

The European Month of Photography Berlin is the largest German festival for photography. Since 2004, it has been taking place every two years in Berlin, presenting a wide range of exhibitions and events on historic and contemporary photography. The festival is organized by Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH in collaboration with museums, cultural institutions, galleries, embassies, project spaces, and photography schools in Berlin and Potsdam.

October 16 – November 16, 2014

Cosmigraphics: Picturing Space Through Time
Oct 14, 2014

Michael Benson releases a new book Cosmigraphics (Abrams, 2014).

From Abrams:

Michael Benson tells the thrilling story of the discovery and description of the universe in a new way. Selecting artful and profound illustrations and maps, many hidden away in the world’s great science libraries and virtually unknown today, he chronicles more than 1,000 years of humanity’s ever-expanding understanding of the size and shape of space itself. He shows how the invention of the telescope inspired visions of unimaginably distant places and explains why today we turn to supercomputer simulations to reveal deeper truths about space-time.

Cosmigraphics explores the visual side of our great­est imaginative achievement as a species: the unveiling of a vast universe that is largely invisible to our senses. It will be a revelation to space-struck Earthlings, art lovers, and readers interested in the history of science, the visualization of information, graphic design, and mapping.

Read more about the artist and the book at the New York Times.

The war which is coming is not the first one Great war 1914-2014
Oct 03, 2014

Paolo Ventura exhibits a site specific installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto for the exhibition, "The war which is coming is not the first one Great war 1914-2014" starting from October 03,  2014 running through September 20, 2015

''The war which is coming is not the first one. Great War 1914-2014'' exhibition, realized under the patronage of the Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri – Struttura di missione per gli anniversari di interesse nazionale, in collaboration with leading Italian cultural institutions, constitutes the main part of a major project called Mart/The Great War 1914-2014 involving the three sites of the museum and including a collateral program of events, meetings, conferences and appointments.



Sarah Hasted –by Stéphanie de Rougé
Sep 21, 2014

Sarah isn’t the sort of woman you forget. She’s like a lioness, wearing her ambition on her sleeve. She has a huge love for photography and, it seems, real guts. She welcomes me into one of the four rooms of her enormous gallery on 24th Street in Chelsea. Two chairs have been brought in, placed underneath Pierre Gonnord’s unflinching portrait of Konstantina. Around us the gallery is alive, breathing, moving about…. “Sarah, what was your first experience with photography ? The very first ?” “Oh, well, that’s easy….”

Imagine Architecture
Sep 20, 2014

Hasted Kraeutler's artist Andreas Gefeller's latest series of photographs, Blank, featured in Imagine Architecture : Visions of the Urban Realm.

Editors:  Lukas Feireiss, Robert Klanten
Release Date: August 2014
Format: 24 × 30 cm
Features: Full color, hardcover, 240 pages

Exhibition: Silver Linings, at Young Gallery in Brussels
Sep 18, 2014

Silver Linings, the Albert Watson exhibition at the Young Gallery in Brussels, features film prints of some of the photographer’s favorite pictures, as well as some of his classic work in fashion, beauty and portraiture.


Silver Linings, d'Albert Watson
Until November 1st 2014
Young Gallery
Ave Louise 75B
Brussels, Belgium



Andreas Gefeller photograph included in new photobook "Landmark"
Sep 14, 2014

From Thames & Hudson

Landscape photography has traveled far from its origins in the picturesque or pastoral. It is at the cutting edge of contemporary image-making with leading photographers creating work that transcends definitions of “art” or “documentary.” This is the first truly international survey of a vibrant, burgeoning field of photography, its masterful image-makers, and their work.
William A. Ewing has selected more than 230 photographs by over 100 photographers, ranging from renowned figures such as Susan Derges, Edward Burtynsky, and Simon Norfolk, to younger rising stars including Pieter Hugo, Olaf Otto Becker, and Penelope Umbrico. Each of them represents an individual viewpoint of a shared concern for our changing landscape and environment.


"A Menagerie of Metaphors" at the Maier Museum of Art.
Sep 12, 2014

See Nick Brandt's photographs alongside works by Kiki Smith and Louise Bourgeois in the exhibition, "A Menagerie of Metaphors" at the Maier Museum of Art. 

Marc Dennis painting to be exhibited at The Japanese American National Museum
Sep 12, 2014

Hasted Kraeutler artist, Marc Dennis will be represented in "Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty" at The Japanese American National Museum (JANM) in Los Angeles, CA. This will be the first-of-its-kind exhibition in honor of the 40th anniversary of pop icon Hello Kitty, beginning October 11, 2014. The exhibition will combine a product-based historical and sociological examination of Hello Kitty, including rare and unique pieces from Sanrio’s archives, with an installation of mixed media works by artists demonstrating Hello Kitty’s influence on contemporary art. Christine Yano, author of Pink Globalization: Hello Kitty’s Trek Across the Pacific, will serve as curator for the retrospective component of the exhibition. Jamie Rivadeneira, founder and owner of pop culture-inspired boutique JapanLA, will curate the contemporary art component.

Exhibiting in "Between Heaven and Earth" at Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando
Sep 10, 2014

Hasted Kraeutler's artist PIerre Gonnord, exhibiting works in,"Between Heaven and Earth", an exhibition organized by the General Department of Promotion of Fine Arts of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, which is part of the acts commemorating the fourth centenary of the death of Greco.

The exhibition runs from September 10 through November 8, 2014

Kwang Young Chun opening reception on MBC news
Sep 09, 2014

Kwang Young Chun's opening reception at Hasted Kraeutler covered by Korea's premiere broadcasting station MBC News.

Hasted Kraeutler artists included in Shaquille O'Neal's booth at Expo Chicago
Sep 08, 2014

Hasted Kraeutler artists, Marc Dennis, Awol Erizku and Martin Schoeller will be represented in the upcoming EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary and Modern Art. Works included are Marc Dennis painting "Three Jews Walk Into a Bar," Awol Erizku's photograph, "Teen Venus," and a selection of Martin Schoeller photographs from his series, "Female Body Builders," in an the exhibition titled "SHAQ LOVES PEOPLE," presented by the Flag Art Foundation and curated by Shaquille O'Neal, 15-time NBA All-Star, 4-time NBA Champion, film and video game star, comedy tour host, and a platinum status rapper. The exhibition, according to the press release, will feature "portraits of people of various races, cultures and ethnic backgrounds by both emerging and established international artists."

EXPO CHICAGO/2014 will take place September 18–21.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon visits Hasted Kraeutler's exhibition, Kwang Young Chun
Sep 06, 2014

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon visits Hasted Kraeutler to tour the exhibition Kwang Young Chun.

2014 Exhibition Catalog
Aug 30, 2014

2014 Exhibition Catalog for Kwang Young Chun is now available at Hasted Kraeutler. 

Aug 29, 2014

Exhibition: Erwin Olaf: The Empire of Illusion
Opening: September 5, 7 p.m.                        
Duration: September 6 till November 9, 2014
Conference and guided tour: September 6, 12:30 p.m.
Venue: MAC Quinta Normal

Renowned Dutch artist presents a selection of his most recent photographs and videos, curated by Spanish curator Paco Barragán

September 6, 2014 the curator will give a conference on Erwin Olaf’s work and a guided tour of the exhibition

A$$holes on Cell Phones, exhibition of new drawngs by Marc Dennis
Aug 29, 2014

Zane Bennett Contemporary Art is pleased to announce A$$holes on Cell Phones, an exhibition of work by Marc Dennis. The opening is Friday, August 29, at the gallery, 435 South Guadalupe Street, across from the rail station, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm to coincide with the Railyard Arts District Last Friday Art Walk. A book of the drawings, including the essay by Peter Frank, will be available at the opening.
The artist will be present. 

Julian Faulhaber's work in the Cora Museum, "The Hidden Picture"
Aug 27, 2014


Collecting Art at ING 13 September through 4 January

Het Cobra Museum and ING Art Management have made an exciting and extensive selection from the works in their international collections. More than 50 works show the new face of 40 years of collecting art, including Julian Faulhaber, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Ossip Zadkine, Iris van Dongen, Ad Dekker, Piet Mondriaan, Ossip Zadkine, Pyke Koch, Richard Deacon, Carel Willink, Cristian Boltanski, René Daniëls, Roni Horn, Jessica Diamond, Michael Raedecker, and many more.

One work deserving special note is the triptych by Jaap Hillenius (1934-1999). This work was specially commissioned in 1987 for the iconic ING headquarters building in Southeast Amsterdam. The architecture was even adapted to give the work the best possible light. This work is now on public view for the first time.

Pierre Gonnord solo exhibition COAL at Museum of Mining and Metallurgy
Jul 16, 2014

The Museum of Mining and Metallurgy Sabero opened the exhibition 'Coal' (Coal), in which the French artist Pierre Gonnord poignantly reveals the latest faces of the mine yesterday.

Odd Volumes: Book Art from the Allan Chasanoff Collection
Jul 16, 2014

Odd Volumes: Book Art from the Allan Chasanoff Collection
Friday at Yale University Art Gallery

November 7, 2014–Sunday, February 1, 2015

Drawn from a major collection given to the Gallery by Allan Chasanoff, B.A. 1961, Odd Volumes showcases a selection of experimental and innovative works of book art from the 1960s to the present. This student-curated exhibition considers the transformation of books into sculptural objects from multiple perspectives: the history of book art, the relationship between form and content, and the interaction between the viewer and the work. Featuring approximately 100 works by more than 80 artists, including acclaimed figures such as Olafur Eliasson, Yoko Ono, and Dieter Roth, this exhibition offers a rare opportunity to discover the world of book art. The exhibition is produced in collaboration with Artspace, a nonprofit arts organization in New Haven’s 9th Square. From November 7, 2014, through January 31, 2015, Artspace presents a companion exhibition, Connecticut (un) Bound, featuring additional works from Chasanoff’s collection as well as responses by local artist 

Paperdome Art Museum
Jul 15, 2014

Kwang Young Chun's Paperdome Art Museum, a museum that will illuminate internationally emerging and established artists in various fields,  is slated to open in Korea, Fall 2015. 

Dip + Drop Pop Up Video Installation at Rivington Design House
Jul 10, 2014

Opening reception for Awol Erizku's pop up video installation Dip + Drop at Rivington Design House. One week only, July 10 - July 17.

Jean-Paul Goude Exhibit Opens at Issey Miyake Museum
Jul 04, 2014

July 4 - October 5, 2014

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT holds an exhibition titled "Image-Makers", inviting Hélène Kelmachter, curator and expert of Japan-France cultural exchange, as exhibition director.
To invent a world of images and fantasy, to cross diverse fields of creation and then to drive people elsewhere far from here while telling them about the world of today... Sharing such a vision, image-makers in Japan and abroad gather in this exhibition to reveal their extraordinarily visionary works.

Jean-Paul Goude, known as an outstanding image-maker, has always been redesigning, metamorphosing and enchanting the world since the 1970's in his capacity as creator of advertising images, illustrator, designer and inventor of dreams and hybrid artworks. His sophisticated but powerful images have become icons and his singular aesthetics have been recognized throughout the world, influencing countless numbers of creators.

The exhibition also has other participants who are all working in the same image-maker spirit as Goude: Jun Miyake, Robert Wilson, David Lynch, Noritaka Tatehana and Photographer Hal. Their works - photographs, drawings, video installations and kinetic sculptures - as well as their creation processes, which have close links with the worlds of fashion, performance, design and cinema, will provide visitors with multiple perspectives, enabling them to embark on a journey into an imaginary world in a moment.

There should be no definitions for design and art; there is a real need for unconventional ideas free from worn-out methods of expression and beyond the boundaries of disciplines. This is the way to enable world-shakingly fascinating works to see the light of day, which broaden horizons and break down barriers between fields, is it not? Demonstrating that any classification is unnecessary for creations, the exhibition "Image-Makers" certainly offers visitors an evocative experience, awaking a sense of wonder and innocent feelings of joy that they used to find as a child.

The Only Way is Up, Artist's Reception
Jun 19, 2014
Jun 12, 2014

In conjunction with his upcoming exhibition ,The Only Way Is Up, Awol Erizku releases an eponymous mixtape with DJ Kitty Ca$h.

To listen to the mixtape, click below:
The Only Way Is Up

Exhibition: L’Homme à la valise at Studio Fotokino, Marseille
Jun 10, 2014
Paolo Ventura
L'Homme à la Valise, at Fotokino Gallery
Marseille, France
June 14 - July 27 2014
Opening Saturday June 14, 11 am
The artist will be present
New York art dealer and President of the Board of Moving Mountains, SARAH HASTED with founder of Moving Mountains, Jamie Hector and her students
Jun 04, 2014

Jamie Hector, actor and founder of Moving Mountains Theater Company, a mentorship organization, honors Pastor A.R. Bernard and Sarah Hasted for their contributions to their community in New York. 


Honored at Annual Moving Mountains Award Ceremony
Jun 04, 2014

Sarah Hasted honored at Annual Benefit Award ceremony Moving Mountains Theater Company: June 4th, 2014

Exhibiting in DEEP END, Yale MFA Photo 2014
May 27, 2014

DEEP END will be presented at both FLAG Art Foundation, New York City and Diane Rosenstein Fine Art, Los Angeles, summer 2014.

Featuring the artists: Erin Desmond, Awol Erizku, Genevieve Gaignard, Hannah Hummel, Fumi Ishino, Casey McGonagle, Tyler Moore, Hannah Price, Billie Stultz and Evan Whale.

DEEP END: Yale MFA Thesis Exhibition
Flag Art Foundation
545 West 25th Street, 9th floor
New York, New York 10001
June 5th - 20th

DEEP END: Yale MFA Thesis Exhibition
Diane Rosenstein Fine Art
831 N Highland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
July 19th - August 23rd

May 23, 2014

Jeff Barks’ Lucifer Falls Plate V, 2010 has been acquired into the permanent collection of the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, North Carolina. Jeff Bark is represented exclusively by Hasted Kraeutler in the United States. 

Nathan Harger exhibits works at Kahmann Gallery, The Netherlands
May 15, 2014

Hasted Kraeutler's artist Nathan Harger will exhibit his works in the group exhibition, "New York, New York," at Kahmann Gallery in The Netherlands, alongside works by artists Walker Evans, William Klein, Arnold Newman, Helen Levitt, Ralph Gibson, Barry Kornbluh, Duane Michals, and Maura Sullivan.

This exhibition will run through June 28th, 2014.

Kwang Young Chun: Mulberry Mindscapes
May 13, 2014

The first monograph on Korean artist Kwang Young Chun, renowned for exquisite handmade mulberry paper sculptures and textured surfaces that represent harmony and conflict in the unity of many. Covering the entirety of Kwang Young Chun’s career from his early abstract paintings to his famed Aggregation series—complex structures and canvases created from the antique, handmade mulberry paper pages of literary and academic texts and tinted with teas, fruits and flowers—this book documents a highly influential contemporary artist whose work, writes the New York Times, “…makes you sense something fundamental about great art that is too often forgotten or overlooked in today’s age of instant everything….

GoldenBoy, artist's reception
Apr 24, 2014
Apr 18, 2014

Titled “13 Artists,” the exhibition features the work of David Alekhuogie, Joseph Buckley, Jordan Casteel, Brandon Cox, Aaron Fowler, Genevieve Gaignard, Andrew Hawkes, Lauren Halsey, Hannah Price, Tschabalala Self, Devan Shimoyama, Samantha Vernon, and Erizku. The short show at Yale School of Art’s student experimental space 24/6 Gallery has an opening party tomorrow night and ends on Sunday.

Apr 15, 2014
Spend an evening with one of the world's iconic fine art, commercial and fashion photographers, Albert Watson. 

ROOT(Drive in)
Wednesday, May 7th 2014 | 6pm - 9:30pm

Albert Watson is a Scottish photographer well known for his fashion, celebrity and art photography, and whose work is featured in galleries and museums worldwide. He has shot more than 100 covers of Vogue around the world and 40 covers of Rolling Stone magazine since the mid-1970s. Albert will speak about his innovative style, and how he still continues to push the photographic boundaries. He will show us a special preview of his most recent Isle of Skye Project. 

Phase One CEO, Henrik Håkonsson from our Danish Headquarters will be with us to kick off the event. Join us a for an amazing artist talk, hors d'oeuvres and drinks at ROOT(Drive-In) on May 7th, 2014: 5:45pm to 9:30pm. 

This is an exclusive event. RSVP is required to reserve a seat. The Phase One and Digital Transitions Team look forward to seeing you!


Erwin Olaf exhibiting at the National Museum in Gdansk
Apr 10, 2014

Erwin Olaf, Choreography of Emotions
Exhibition Opening April 24th, 2014

The exhibition of Erwin Olaf, one of the most important Dutch photographers and ‘Artist of the Year 2014’ according to the Dutch foundation Week for Arts, for the first time brings to the Tri-city his interesting and, for some, controversial art. A journalist by profession, an advertising photographer and artist by choice, Olaf masterfully combines the world of mainstream with high art. Boldly and often somewhat perversely, he plays a game with both the viewer of the exhibition and the consumer of the advertised product. In his art projects, he speaks of extreme emotions, sexuality, and artificiality of the world, yet without abandoning humour or the grotesque. His works are characterised by sophisticated elegance and pragmatism; the intricate stage designs which he creates for individual cycles do not leave room for accident. Thus, the models are more like actors in these conceptualised performances, like protagonists of the artist’s stories.

Paolo and Andrea Ventura at Die Galerie
Mar 26, 2014

DIE GALERIE is pleased to present the first joint exhibition of the Italian brothers, Andrea & Paolo Ventura – Dreams.
The twins were born in 1968 in Milan and shared a childhood marked by the stories about the Second World War told by their grandmother, and the military relics that could be found buried beneath the surface of the idyllic Italian countryside. Since then, the brothers have shared a fascination with the past of their homeland, a fascination which even today germinates within their heads into individual fantasy worlds that flow into their artwork. One special shared trait is the great interest in costumes, as costumes alone are able, according to Paolo Ventura, "to define a person in appurtenance, rank, time, geography or ethnicity."
Paolo Ventura, who studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan from 1989-91, quickly realized that photography was his medium of preference. His brother Andrea, in turn, began making his name as an illustrator and classical painter. In 1991, the brothers set up ateliers in New York and Brooklyn; their work is now found in major international collections and they have had solo and group exhibitions throughout Europe, Asia and the USA.

Lecture at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Mar 25, 2014

Event will be held at the Guggenhiem Museum on April 26th, 2014 at 1:30pm.

Held as part of Carrie Mae Weems LIVE: Past Tense/Future Perfect, this discussion features practitioners from the fields of visual arts, literature, fashion, and education whose work focuses on questions of image and identity. The photographer, curator, author, and educator Deborah Willis, a 2000 MacArthur Fellow, leads the conversation with Michaela Angela Davis, Awol Erizku, Gerard Gaskin, Sandra Jackson-Dumont, Maaza Mengiste, and Richard J. Powell.

This program will be livestreamed at guggenheim.org/live.

Mar 02, 2014

The Palais für aktuelle Kunst/Kunstverein Glückstadt presents a solo exhibition of Andreas Gefeller's works.

For the first time, works from the artist's series Soma, Supervisions, The Japan Series and Blank can be seen in one exhibition.

Feb 25, 2014

Through May 25, 2014, the Théâtre de la Photographie et de l’Image in Nice will present the exhibition Une Introspection by Jean-Paul Goude. As Alain Sayag points out in introduction to the event, “this exhibition only makes sense as a narrative… It is indeed an ‘introspection’ because every Jean-Paul Goude exhibition is a personal narrative. Not because his life is ‘like a novel’ (as the trite expression has it), but because the path he has taken is exemplary of its time.” With 236 photographs and a film made specifically for this exhibition, this exhibition differs from previous ones. Perhaps because of its layout or the environment, it seems to give the photographs a more prominent place.

The 52-minute recreates the world and style of Goude’s multifaceted body of work. He has expressed himself through photography, film, drawing, image doctoring, music, filmmaking, events, posters and video. I hope he won’t hold it against us if we overlook a few fantasies the world that Edgar Morin first described as “feeling” before inventing the term “Goudemalion” to refer to this “manipulator” behind Grace Jones, the “Style Beur” and the “Kodakettes.”

For the past thirty years, the characters created by Jean-Paul Goude, says Alain Sayag, “continue to undermine the rules of representation… They are now a part of our Pantheon.” The exhibition in Nice reminds of these timeless icons, reflections of an era.

Jean-Paul Goude, "Une Introspection"
Until May, 25 2014
Théâtre de la Photographie et de l'Image
27, Boulevard Dubouchage

10 am - 6 pm
+33 (0)4 97 13 42 20

Feb 19, 2014

Gallery Baton presents “Supervisions & Beyond”, the first solo exhibition in Asia of German photographer Andreas Gefeller (b. 1970) from February 19th to March 27th at the Apgujung exhibition space.


Jan 25, 2014

Hasted Kraeutler's Marc Dennis is exhibiting in Cat Art Show Los Angeles with his painting A Great Big Giant World, 2013.

On Saturday, January 25th, 2014, the exhibition will debut with over 70 globally recognized artists, including Tracey Emin, Gary Baseman, FAILE, Shepard Fairey and Ray Caesar.

Jan 10, 2014

Spanish artist Rómulo Celdrán (b. 1973) brings exquisite technical skill, a fastidious eye, and a scientific attention to detail to both his mixed-media drawings on board and his larger-than-life sculptures of quotidian objects. His works place him firmly within the trajectory of Photorealism while offering a new take on the fetishistic esthetic of Pop Art, engaging in particular with Claes Oldenburg’s playfully monumental sculptures. But rather than existing exclusively as impersonal objects, Celdrán integrates a subtle human presence—implied, but never obvious—into his drawings and sculptures: the bottle cap has been pried off; the ice cube tray was filled and spilled; the pencil was recently sharpened.

Works by Celdrán are held in esteemed public and private collections such as the Art Collection HypoVereinsbank, Germany; Artphilein Foundation, Liechtenstein; Artium Museum, Spain; Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection, USA; The National Library of Spain, Spain; Biedermann Museum, Germany; Caja Madrid Collection, Spain; Genty Latimer Collection, United
Kingdom, and Testimonio Collection, LaCaixa, Spain.

Hasted Kraeutler's inaugural exhibition begins February 13, and runs through April 12, 2014. 

Jan 04, 2014

Due to its popularity, Hasted Kraeutler is extending Marc Dennis' An Artist, A Curator And  A Rabbi Walk Into A Bar... through February 8, 2014. 

An Artist, A Rabbi And A Curator Walk Into A Bar... Artist's Reception
Nov 07, 2013
Nov 04, 2013

It has recently been announced that Erwin Olaf's designs have been selected for the new national side of the Dutch euro coin, in honor of the Netherlands' first king since 1890, Willem-Alexander, who was sworn in April 2013. Olaf's designs are to be released at the beginning of 2014.

Oct 11, 2013

Andreas Gefeller has been awarded Silver in the category "Best Still-life and Architecture Photograph of the Year" at the Lead Awards 2013 for his series Blank, published in Vice Magazine No. 7 in 2012.

Oct 05, 2013

Hasted Kraeutler's Awol Erizku curates an exhibition of Wayne Lawrence's images, titled Images of Venus from Wayne Lawrence's Orchard Beach: The Bronx Riviera.

The exhibition is on view at the FLAG Foundation from October 5 - December 14, 2013. 

Oct 01, 2013

Marc Dennis will be exhibiting at FLAG's 5th Anniversary Group Exhibition, October 5 - December 14, 2013. The 5th Anniversary Group Exhibition includes 15 emerging and established artists, the majority of whom have previously shown at the FLAG.

Sep 30, 2013

In conjunction with Louisville’s second Photo Biennial, 21c Museum will present a trio of exhibitions exploring contemporary photography from around the world. The lobby gallery will feature Pierre Gonnord, Portraits. Large-scale, highly detailed, and dramatically lit, with dark, blank backgrounds, Gonnord’s images recall the paintings of Goya, Caravaggio, Velasquez and other old masters. Gonnord’s subjects belong to communities on the margins of conventional society—homeless urban youth, gypsies, tattooed Japanese gang members, miners’ families in rural Spain. Gonnord’s art transforms each into a vision of compelling, unexpected beauty and dignity. Face to face with the viewer, these evocative, eloquent portraits are intended, says the artist, “to narrate unique, remarkable stories about our era. Sometimes hostile, almost always fragile, and very often wounded behind the opacity of their masks, they represent social realities and sometimes another concept of beauty.”

Sep 12, 2013
Moving Mountains Theater Company founded by actor Jamie Hector celebrates their 1st Annual Fund Raiser at Sarah Hasted's Gallery
June 11, 2013

Gallery owner, Sarah Hasted hosts 1st annual Moving Mountains for the Arts Awards Dinner, founded by actor Jamie Hector from the HBO series The Wire, honoroing NFL football player, Curtis Martin, Harlem Children's Zone founder Geoffrey Canada.

The Infinite City, Artist reception
May 02, 2013
SURFACE: die Poesie des Materials
Mar 18, 2013

Hasted Kraeutler's Kwang Young Chun debuts work at the Kunstwerk Museum in Eberdingen-Nussdorf

, Germany, along side Anselm Kiefer and Gotthard Graubner, in the exhibition SURFACE: die Poesie des Materials. It will be on view March 18, 2012 - February 3, 2013.

Berlin, Artist reception
Mar 14, 2013
Planetfall, Artist reception
January 24, 2013
Identical Book Release Party
January 22, 2013
VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHS, Cyclops, artist's reception
Oct 25, 2012
Sep 13, 2012

Andreas Gefeller's book The Japan Series achieved Gold at the German Photo Book Awards 2012. Prizes are awarded for the outstanding achievements by photographers, writers and publishers. The Japan Series is available for purchase at Hasted Kraeutler.

Artist reception
Sep 06, 2012
On this earth, a shadow falls, Artist reception
Mar 29, 2012
Artist Reception
Feb 09, 2012
Jan 01, 2012

Julian Faulhaber is nominated for a photography award from The Society of Publication Designers for his work in The New York Times Magazine May 2011 issue, "Bloom and Bust". The SPD Competition recognizes the highest examples of design, photography and illustration excellence in both print and digital platforms.

Relatos, Artist Reception
Dec 08, 2011
Dec 1, 2011

Hasted Kraeutler will exhibit the work of its contemporary artists at Pulse Miami 2011, which runs from December 1 - 4 at the Ice Palace in Miami, Florida. Artists exhibited will include Jeff Bark, Michael Benson, Nick Brandt, Marc Dennis, Kim Dong Yoo, Julian Faulhaber, Andreas Gefeller, Nathan Harger, Erwin Olaf and Paolo Ventura.

Nov 11, 2011

Hasted Kraeutler is pleased to announce the representation of Kim Dong Yoo in the United States. Born in 1965 in Kongju, Korea, Kim Dong Yoo is one of Korea's best known and most widely exhibited artists. Hasted Kraeutler will exhibit his paintings for the first time in the United States from February 9 - March 24, 2012.

Nov 11, 2011

Jean-Paul Goude’s exhibition will be the artist’s first retrospective spanning over 40 years and the largest collection of his art ever seen. The work exhibited will include many never-before-seen photographs, sketches, paintings, storyboards, and documentation for stage and street shows. The exhibition will also feature the locomotive that opened the 1989 Bicentennial Parade in Paris to mark the 200th anniversary of the French Revolution, famously choreographed by Jean-Paul Goude.

Honey Bunny, Artist Reception
Oct 20, 2011
Sep 15, 2011

The work of Marc Dennis will be exhibited in Art² at the Flag Foundation. The exhibition opens on Friday, September 23, 6 - 8 pm and will be on view until December 17. The title of the exhibition, Art², refers to the use of a specific work of art in the visual language of an original work of art. Whether a literal transcription or a point of departure, the featured artists quote from artists ranging from those of their own generation to those from decades, and even centuries before. This exhibition will coincide with the first exhibition of Marc Dennis's paintings at Hasted Kraeutler from October 20 to December 3, 2011.

Sep 14, 2011

Hasted Kraeutler is pleased to announce representation of Nick Brandt in New York. Born and raised in London, England, in 1966, Brandt studied painting and film at St. Martins School of Art. He now lives in California. Brandt photographs wildlife in Africa. His photographs both portray natural beauty and refer to the diminishing of the natural world at the hand of humanity's poaching and environmental devastation. In September 2010, Brandt founded the non-profit Big Life Foundation, dedicated to the conservation of Africa's wildlife and ecosystems.

Automaton of Venice and Behind the Walls- Opening Reception
September 08, 2011
Aug 01, 2011

The 2011 Johannes Vermeer Award, Netherlands' state prize for the arts, has been awarded to Erwin Olaf, for the continuous high quality of his oeuvre.

Jul 01, 2011

Paolo Ventura has been selected by curator Vittorio Sgarbi for the Italian National Pavilion of the Venice Biennale's 54th International Art Exhibition. Photographs from the artist's Winter Stories series will be exhibited along with new photographs from his Venice series. The exhibition, curated by Bice Curiger with the title "Illuminazioni - Illuminations", will be accessible to the public from June 4th – November 27th, 2011.

Apr 15, 2011

Hasted Kraeutler will donate to the American Red Cross Japan and Pacific Tsunami Relief Efforts. 5% of the profits for every print by Andreas Gefeller sold until May 14, 2011 and all profits from a special edition of Untitled (Cherry Blossoms), 2010, 17 x 22 inches, Edition of 30, $300.

The Japan Series, Artist Reception
Mar 31, 2011
Mar 25, 2011

Paolo Ventura: Automaton & Selected Works (Winter Stories) will be exhibited at Gallery Baton in Seoul, Korea, from April 13 - May 21, 2011.

Mar 01, 2011

New York: A Photographer's City (Rizzoli, 2011) is a compilation of photographs of New York City and includes works by Nathan Harger and Andreas Gefeller.

Beyond, Artist's Reception
Feb 03, 2011
Artist's Reception
Dec 09, 2010
Artist's Reception
Oct 21, 2010
Sep 09, 2010

Albert Watson received the Royal Photographic Society's Centenary Medal at a ceremony in London on September 9, 2010. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the art and science of photography. 

Lucifer Falls, Artist's Reception
Sep 09, 2010
Sep 01, 2010

Born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland, Albert Watson studied film and television at the Royal College of Art in London before he moved to the United States in 1970. Over the span of his prolific career, Watson has expanded the possibilities for artistic, commercial and fashion photography. Photo District News named Albert Watson one of the twenty most influential photographers based on a readers’ poll. Watson has also received a Lucie Award for lifetime achievement in photography, a Grammy Award for the cover of the Mason Profitt album, Come and Gone (1975), and three ANDY Awards for creativity in advertising. In an exhibition scheduled for Fall 2010, Hasted Kraeutler will present photographs by Albert Watson coinciding with the publication of two new books of his work. 

Aug 26, 2010

Martin Schoeller achieved a new auction record at Christie's London on November 26, 2010. The photograph, Angelina with Blood, 2003, realized a price of 30,000 British Pounds or approximately $47,000. 

Jul 30, 2010

Three photographs by Martin Schoeller are on view in the Americans Now exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. until July 10, 2011. 

Body Builders, Artist Reception
Jul 01, 2010
Lowdensitypolyethylene II, Artist's reception
May 06, 2010
Hotel & Dawn/Dusk, Artist Reception
Jan 28, 2010
Galleries Banding Together
August 18, 2009

A new photography exhibition may be a model for a collective approach to running a gallery. Sarah Hasted, curator, dealer, and co-founder of the Hasted Hunt Gallery talks about the exhibition of New York Photographs and how the co-op structure is helping to cut costs. Watch the WNYC Culture Department's Video on the group show:

Jan 01, 2009

Nathan Harger’s Untitled (Billboard),Elizabeth, NJ 2008 has been acquired into the permanent collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Nathan Harger is represented exclusively by Hasted Kraeutler world-wide.

Curators Voice: SARAH HASTED
August 27, 2008

ARTINFO asked some industry insiders — photography curators and dealers from around New York — to share their thoughts about the Brooklyn Museum's "crowd-curated" show Click!” Below is the interview with Sarah Hasted, photography dealer and co-founder of Hasted Hunt Gallery. To see the other interviews, click on the links to the left.

Jan 01, 2008

Julian Faulhaber’s Tankstelle, 2008 has been acquired into the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC and the Harvard Art Museum in Boston. Julian Faulhaber is represented exclusively by Hasted Kraeutler in the United States. 

Hope, Rain at HASTED HUNT
January 05, 2006

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