Sloan Fine Art presents two summer group exhibitions, Nice to Meet You and Amuse Bouche.
In Nice to Meet You, the gallery invited 22 artists who had shown in the gallery previously, in group or solo shows, and asked each of them to invite two artists of their choice.
Justin Amrhein invited Scott Campbell and Charles Clary Jennifer Coates invited Dana Carlson and Clement Coleman Roni Feldman invited Max Presneill and Jean-Pierre Roy Julie Heffernan invited Zachary Wollard and Sarah Zar Catherine Howe invited Nicole Etienne and Nicholas Rispoli David Humphrey invited Matthew Bollinger and Dider William Michael Kagan invited Jane Hamill and John Jacobsmeyer Tricia Keightley invited Anthony Castro and Elizabeth Cooper Colette Robbins invited Micah Ganske and Hidenori Ishii
Running concurrently with Nice to Meet You, in the project room, is Amuse Bouche, a collection of small works designed to give visitors a taste of the work of nine gallery artists: Mia Brownell, Clare Grill, Greg Hopkins, Elizabeth McGrath, Marion Peck, Kristen Schiele, Heather Sherman, Nathan Skiles and Aaron Smith.
Works in the show include a miniature rubber cuckoo clock sculpture by Nathan Skiles and a portrait of the Common Bushtit, one of the smallest perching birds in North America, by Marion Peck.