February 9th, 2018
At This Time opens at the Burchfield Penney Art Center

featuring work by
Kyle Butler
Adele Henderson
Jay Carrier
Pam Glick
Peter Stephens
William Maggio

Through May 27th

detail of Reveling in the undue implications of a tangential catastrophe
2018, graphite and acrylic on panel, 96 x 192"

March 1st, 2018
Winter group exhibition at Nina Freudenheim Gallery

Featuring work by
Kyle Butler
Sam Gilliam
Duayne Hatchett
Amanda Means
Peter Stephens
Allyson Strafella

through April 4th




October 6th - November 12, 2017
Map of Dead Ends is on exhibit at the Rochester Contemporary Art Center as part of Points of Departure; Meditations on Mapping, a multi-venue group exhibition curated by Karen Sardisco and Colleen Buzzard. The work uses an artist-made map of the dead ends of Buffalo, NY as a prompt, which resulted in drawings, a painting, a wall installation, and an animation where the dead ends are reconstituted, reconfigured, and allowed to wander.

See the show HERE

July 8th - October 15th, 2017
Drawing: The Beginning of Everything is on exhibit at the Albright Knox Art Gallery. Drawn from the gallery's collection, the group exhibition features a work by Kyle Butler along with works by Tacita Dean, Olafur Eliasson, Nancy Rubens, Jacob Kassay, Ellen Gallagher, and more.
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July 5th - 31st
Several works are in the summer group exhibition at the Nina Freudenheim Gallery, alongside work by John Coplans, Duayne Hatchett, Joan Linder, Peter Stephens, John Torreano, and Robert Swain.
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May 6th - June 14th
Roil, an exhibition of recent painting and drawing work at the Nina Freudenheim Gallery.
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Winter 2017
Amid/In WNY exhbition catalogue released alongside the eighth and final iteration of the exhibition series at Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center. Co-curated by John Massier, Rebecca Wing and Kyle Butler, the series was a two-year project that involved over 200 studio visits. From those visits, over 70 artists were exhibited over 8 exhibitions. The 124 page catalogue documents the exhibitions and includes writing on the artists, exhibited works, and on the series as a whole by Massier, Wing and Butler.
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Fall 2016
An upcoming collaborative performance by Kyle Butler and Dietmar Krumrey was awarded a Franklin Furnace Fund Grant.

Summer 2016
Posture Alternatives, A site specific installation exhibited at the Box Gallery in Buffalo, NY