Libby Rothfeld (b. 1990 in New Brunswick, New Jersey) lives and works in New York, USA.
Solo exhibitions include: Libby Rothfeld, Pumpkin Head, Red Hook, New York, (2017); Libby Rothfeld, First Continent, Baltimore, Maryland, (2015); Good To Think With, Good To Think Against, Kimberly-Klark, Ridgewood, Queens, (2015).
Group exhibitions include: In The Hopes of Not Being Considered, Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY, (2017); Homestead, Carl Louie, London, Ontario, Canada, (2017); 1999, Marsèlleria Permanent Exhibition, curated by Siliqoon, Milan, Italy, (2017); A Dumb Sound, A Sweet Bell, 315 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, (2017); AAa:Quien, Erica Baum and Libby Rothfeld, Bureau, New York, NY, (2017); 189 Beach 86th St, curated by Justin Caguait and Irina Lotarevich, Rockaway, NY, (2016); Daydream 2013, Canada Gallery, New York, NY, (2016); Return Policy, Howard St., New York, NY, (2016); 2000, Sydney-Sydney, Sydney, Australia, (2016); Boil the Ocean, Bodega, New York, NY, (2016); Welcome to Earth, The Story So Far… High-Tide Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, (2015); Plain Sight, Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery, West Michigan University, (2015).
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Felix Bahret, Sholto Dobie, Christopher Garrett, Lucas Mascatello, Libby Rothfeld, Godai Sahara and Richard Seaholme
Can art be a vehicle for alchemy and magic? The seven artists behind Ascending Delight pose this question, bringing together diverse ideas about exchanges in contemporary culture as our world becomes ever more digitised and connected at the price of a diminished sense of place and security.
The works aim to find a way to navigate this increasingly linked, yet dissociative culture. A coinciding project at The Laurieston Bar sees a photo-based publication on display alongside the pub’s customer photo albums.
Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sat, 9am-5pm