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291 Grand Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10002
212 563 7821
Nathalie Karg opened her eponymous gallery in 2013, the gallery is focused on an exhibition program of international contemporary artists, punctuated by key historical shows.
Artists Represented:
Peter Barrickman
Lisa Beck
Nina Childress
Jessica Craig-Martin
Jim Drain
Dorian Gaudin
Paul Hosking
Vera Iliatova
Sunny Kim
Simon Ko
Rannva Kunoy
Amir Nikravan
Sarah Peters
Nathlie Provosty
Gamaliel Rodriguez
Elsa Sahal
Katja Strunz
Tim Wilson

Past Exhibitions

127 Elizabeth Street, New York⁠ NY 10013

Games People Play

January 10, 2024 - March 2, 2024
Please join us for the inaugural opening reception on Wednesday January 10, 6-8pm at 127 Elizabeth Street, New York⁠ NY 10013⁠! ⁠ Participating artists include Colleen Barry, Emma Beatrez, Rachael Bos, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Nina Childress, Angela Dufresne, Red Grooms, Lyle Ashton Harris, Shaun Krupa, Sean Landers, Mike Lee, Aks Misyuta, Gabriel Orozco, Paul Pfeiffer, Borna Sammak, Augustas Serapinas, Tao Siqi, Ryan Steadman, Jansson Stegner, and Harumi Yamaguchi.⁠

Sarah Peters


October 24, 2023 - December 16, 2023

Marta Pierobon


September 6, 2023 - October 7, 2023
Nathalie Karg is pleased to present CREATURES, an exhibition of new sculptures by Marta Pierobon. Pierobon’s work is concerned with memory, death, spirituality, identity, and a never-ending search for meaning in what surrounds her. The artist invokes iconography in her playful and dream-like style, and regularly uses mediums like clay and plaster; calling upon themes of tradition and identity that relate to the very use of the material itself. Pierobon brings us close to objects of the intimate and the immediate, and investigates them in a way that is unexpected; suggesting that they can all be “invested, distorted and reinvented.”

Lisa Beck

Balancing Act

September 6, 2023 - October 7, 2023
Nathalie Karg is pleased to present Balancing Act, an exhibition featuring new paintings by Lisa Beck. Lisa Beck’s work is driven by her preoccupations and obsessions concerning the relationship of the particular and the universal. For Beck, “the particular” is a shorthand for the observable aspects of reality, such as the landscape and our bodies. “The universal” is a shorthand for things that are too vast or too tiny for us to grasp completely, like space and atomic physics, which become a kind of abstraction. Her most prevalent motif has been the circle in all its forms and references: atoms, solids, voids, cells, selves, stars, specificity, and eternity. The artist’s work is defined by the combination of opposing but related visual phenomena like positive and negative, pattern and randomness, flatness and depth, referential and abstract imagery. Much of her work involves the integration of these opposites, emphasizing their interaction, rather than the divide.

Sangram Majumdar and Miko Veldkamp

Confetti in the Shade

September 6, 2023 - October 7, 2023
"How can a body be present but also have the autonomy to choose how it is seen?” The question, asked by Sangram Majumdar himself, remains to be ever-present throughout his works in Confetti in the Shade. He sees this question as an urgent necessity against the constant pressure of easy categorization and expected essentialization. Using psychological metaphors such as shadows, reflections, and windows, Miko Veldkamp delves into his personal memories. The figures in his paintings - often after his own image, family members or non-descript and ghost-like - are in a constant state of transition, as a commentary on the genre of self portraiture.

Unrequited Love

June 21, 2023 - July 20, 2023
Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present Unrequited Love, curated by Vera Iliatova and Sarah Peters. On view from June 21st to July 20th, 2023, the exhibition features work by Ann Agee, Inna Babaeva, Nina Childress, Jennifer Paige Cohen, Jenny Dubnau, Dana Frankfort, Louis Fratino, Rema Ghuloum, Ryan Johnson, Alex Jackson, Dennis Kardon, Craig Kucia, Julia Kunin, Susan Lichtman, Jennifer Macdonald, Shari Mendelson, Ohad Meromi, John Newman, Keiko Narahashi, Enrico Riley, Elsa Sahal, Matt Saunders, Michelle Segre, Jeremy Stenger, Alessandro Teoldi, Hannah van Bart, Jenna Westra, and Alan Wiener. In this exhibition, one’s “unrequited love” stands as a metaphor for the artists’ yearning to grasp at something in their work that remains forever outside of their reach.

Emerald Rose Whipple

Summer Crush

June 21, 2023 - July 20, 2023
Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present Summer Crush, a solo presentation by Emerald Rose Whipple (b. 1989, California, USA). Summer Crush is composed of oil paintings from her early 2010s archive, each originating from a series of hers: Genesis: Let there be Light (2015), Eden (2013), or Natural High (2014). Whipple's practice carries a subtle undertone of patience. Enamored by the techniques of the Pointillists, her interrupted brushstrokes asks the viewer to stay with them just a few moments longer, and it feels romantic to adjust your eyes to the scenery it offers.

Katja Strunz

Restored Spalls

April 25, 2023 - May 27, 2023
Nathalie Karg is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Berlin-based artist Katja Strunz. Restored Spalls: Unfolding While Falling is Strunz’s first solo-exhibition with the gallery. Falling and folding are integral to the work of Berlin-based artist Katja Strunz. As in the English language, the German word Fall denotes vertical movement, often suggesting chance, but in German it also describes an event or case, and builds compounds, so that an Einfall can be an idea that falls upon you or possibly even an invasion. In this way, Fall entails coincidence but also precision, it transgresses boundaries. To fold (falten) is to generate forms, it can bring points together and produce entanglement. For Strunz, it is a horizontal movement, without directional or temporal limitation—potentially infinite.

Tim Wilson

Pictures Aside

March 7, 2023 - April 15, 2023
Nathalie Karg is pleased to present Pictures Aside, a solo show of new paintings by Tim Wilson. Pictures Aside is Wilson’s second solo-exhibition with the gallery. “Everything is deceptive, only the mask never lies.” —Pierre de Marivaux. On the surface, Wilson presents a group of paintings depicting an assortment of mirrored reflections, paintings, prints, photographs, and reproductions. These pictures within the paintings adorn a variety of provisional spaces; foyers, waiting areas, bedside tables, drawing rooms, and motels. Like his previous work, Wilson recasts images of interior spaces and set dressing found in the seemingly endless availability of streaming television and film. These repurposed screen grabs are then filtered through the historical lens of premodern tendencies in representation.

Simon Ko


January 10, 2023 - February 25, 2023
Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present Sparks, Simon Ko's first solo show in the United States. Displaying brand new paintings, Sparks draws upon the central themes of Ko's practice: interpersonal relationships and their highs and lows.

Heidi Hahn

Flex, Rot, and Sp(l)it

October 27, 2022 - December 10, 2022
Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present Heidi Hahn's second exhibition at the gallery, the first having been cut short by the Covid-19 lockdown. The show presents a new body of large-scale paintings created by Hahn this year.

Dorian Gaudin

Siren on the Landline

September 20, 2022 - October 22, 2022
Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present Dorian Gaudin's third solo exhibition in the space, Siren on the Landline, featuring a large-scale kinetic installation and wall-hanging sculptures.

Lisa Beck, Blinn and Lambert, Robert Bordo, Sarah Braman, Theresa Daddezio, Dennis Delgado, Martha Diamond, Olivia Drusin, Rochelle Feinstein, J.A Feng, Meena Hasan, James Hyde, Olivia Jia, Marina Kappos, Caroline Kent, Jaena Kwon, Benny Merris, Elizabeth McIntosh, Oren Pinhassi, Nathlie Provosty, Craig Taylor, and Dan Walsh

Painting As Is II

June 28, 2022 - August 26, 2022
Nathalie Karg Gallery is thrilled to present our summer group show, Painting As Is II, curated by Heidi Hahn and Tim Wilson, two of the gallery's artists.

Cathleen Clarke

Hungry Soul

June 28, 2022 - August 26, 2022
Nathalie Karg Gallery is excited to present Cathleen Clarke's Hungry Soul, a Viewing Room with both in-person and online components displaying recent works by Clarke inspired by the film Night of The Hunter.

Sunny Kim


May 10, 2022 - June 18, 2022
Nathalie Karg Gallery is thrilled to present our inaugural presentation with Sunny Kim, Islands, an Online Viewing Room with an in-person component: Installed in the Back Room of the gallery are Kim's six transporting paintings.

Nathlie Provosty

[a partial list of falling]

May 10, 2022 - June 18, 2022
Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present [a partial list of falling], an exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Nathlie Provosty. The show will be accompanied by an artist's book of the same name.