Browse previous exhibitions below. Further information and press releases can be found on the respective gallery websites.
Redfern Gallery presents
LINDA KARSHAN: Retrospective Drawings - 1992-2019, Book Launch and Films
MAY 17 - 19, 2019
Duke of York's Headquarters
London SW3 4RY
NINE ARTISTS FOR RECONSTRUCTION | NOVE ARTISTI PER LA RICOSTRUZIONE
THE LIBRARY FOR L’AQUILA BY LINDA KARSHAN
La Biblioteca per L’Aquila di Linda Karshan
Curated by Roberta Semeraro & Carmelo Grasso
Installed on FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 13:30
Equilibrio - Linda Karshan: Art, Architecture & Sacred Geometry in Conversation
San Giorgio Maggiore Abbey, Venice, Italy
August 26 - October 7, 2018 | Vernissage August 25, 2018
Selection and Constellation by Elisabetta Bresciani, Revd Dr. Richard Davey, Carmelo Grasso and Linda Karshan. With accompanying catalogue texts by Elisabetta Bresciani, Revd Dr. Richard Davey, Carmelo Grasso and Norberto Villa.
To learn more about the exhibition please click here for a pdf of the Equilibrio exhibition handout.
LINDA KARSHAN: Kaltnadelradierungen und Farbholzschnitte 2016
Galerie Biedermann, Munich, Germany
February 20, 2018 – April 27, 2018
Linda Karshan - Studio View:
Prints and Drawings, 1983 - 2017
Redfern Gallery, London
October 3 - 17, 2017
A three-part book, Studio View, has been published by the artist to mark her 70th birthday.
New texts by Matthias Bärmann and Elizabeth Tomos have been written to mark the occasion, while Helen Higgins has introduced the jottings in Part II.
Tessa Jaray, Linda Karshan, Jeanne Masoero
Group show at Megan Piper gallery, London
October 3 - 27, 2017
"Linda Karshan creates work saturated with intuitive energy. Karshan’s performative method of working began in 1994. Her methodical, yet visceral, monochromatic drawings are an example of Karshan listening to her ‘inner choreography’. Like each artist in this exhibition, Karshan’s configuration of intersecting lines, grids and repetitive marks, take inspiration from Plato’s theory that our universe is one of numerical order. Every mark is a direct reaction to her rhythmic breathing and counter-clockwise turning of the paper, resulting in abstract footage of the ritualistic way her body experiences time and space."
KARSHAN - SCHLITZ: IN DIALOGUE
Silas von Morisse / Art 3 Gallery, Brooklyn
September 13 - October 29, 2017
With Artist Talk: GLENN KURTZ in conversation with Linda Karshan and Frauke Schlitz, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 4 - 5 PM
Linda Karshan at the Reform : Marks & Traces
Reform Club Exhibition, London, January 2017
Special exhibition of Karshan's work at the Reform Club, London
Linda Karshan - Intensity - Drawings & Prints
Werner Klein Gallery, Cologne
November 12 - December 10, 2016
Signs of Men
Art 3/Silas von Morisse Gallery, Brooklyn
March 4 - April 5, 2015
Click here for the full Press Release.
Sunday, March 29, 4-5 PM: A conversation with Linda Karshan and Dr. Mark McDonald, Curator of Prints, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Signs of Men
Redfern Gallery, London
January 9 - 29, 2015
A exhibition of drawings from the last two decades, and a new edition of prints by Karshan, Footfalls: a series of twenty-seven etchings in an edition of ten copies.
According to Vitruvius, and to Cicero, too, the fourth-century Greek philosopher, Aristippus, found himself ‘shipwrecked and cast on the Rhodian shore.' He despaired.
He then happened to notice some geometrical figures scratched into the sand–triangles, perhaps, or circles, or lines suspended from points. He said to his companions, ‘We can hope for the best, for I see signs of men.' (Marcus Vitruvius Pollio. De Architectura. Book VI circa 15 BC)