Someone's Happy

Abby Lloyd & Alicia Gibson

May 4—July 10, 2019
167 Canal Street, New York (map)

Opening reception: May 4, 2019 - 7pm

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 Abby Lloyd, lives and works in New York City. She received her BFA in Fine Arts from The School of Visual Arts. Recent solo exhibitions include “Stephanie Goes for a Ride”, myscion.gallery, OR & “A Slight Touch”, Cleopatra’s, NY. She has participated in several two-person shows & group exhibitions in America, Europe, Asia, the UK, and Canada. She has been exhibited in Musée d’Art Contemporain, Montreal, CA and The Guggenheim Museum, NY, NY. Upcoming exhibitions include a solo show “Abby’s Room” (June 29th) Freddy, Harris, NY, “Freddy’s World", (July 18th) Fisher Parrish, Brooklyn, NY, "Summer Soup" Three Four Three Four", Brooklyn, NY & "The Burn Show" (July 20th) curated by Safe Gallery + Jonny Campolo, East Hampton, NY. She has received press from Art Forum, Art News, Art Space, Metropolis M, Gothamist, Art F City, and Paper Mag.   Alicia Gibson, a Brooklyn based artist, received her BA from Boston College, a Post-Bac from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and an MFA from Hunter College. Solo exhibitions have included Friend from Foe at Loyal Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden (2017), Backseat Bingo, Marvin Gardens, Ridgewood, NY (2017), Not in a Million Beers, Real Estate Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY (2017), Purgatory Emporium, CANADA Gallery, New York, NY (2016), and Flip the Script Turn the Tide, Julius Caesar Gallery, Chicago, IL (2016). Alicia has exhibited at The Breeder, Venus Over LA, Howard’s. Lyles and King, Rod Barton, Derek Eller, Rachel Uffner, Underdonk, TSA LA, Adams and Ollman, Zurcher, Carroll and Sons, Nevvan Gallery and Stems Gallery. Additionally, she has shown at Frieze, NY and NADA, NY. Her work has been reviewed in Frieze, NY Times, Art News, Frontrunner Magazine, Hyperallergic, MOMUS, Art Papers, and the Boston Globe. She is represented by Loyal Gallery in Stockholm, Sweden.

Abby Lloyd, lives and works in New York City. She received her BFA in Fine Arts from The School of Visual Arts. Recent solo exhibitions include “Stephanie Goes for a Ride”, myscion.gallery, OR & “A Slight Touch”, Cleopatra’s, NY. She has participated in several two-person shows & group exhibitions in America, Europe, Asia, the UK, and Canada. She has been exhibited in Musée d’Art Contemporain, Montreal, CA and The Guggenheim Museum, NY, NY. Upcoming exhibitions include a solo show “Abby’s Room” (June 29th) Freddy, Harris, NY, “Freddy’s World", (July 18th) Fisher Parrish, Brooklyn, NY, "Summer Soup" Three Four Three Four", Brooklyn, NY & "The Burn Show" (July 20th) curated by Safe Gallery + Jonny Campolo, East Hampton, NY. She has received press from Art Forum, Art News, Art Space, Metropolis M, Gothamist, Art F City, and Paper Mag.

Alicia Gibson, a Brooklyn based artist, received her BA from Boston College, a Post-Bac from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and an MFA from Hunter College. Solo exhibitions have included Friend from Foe at Loyal Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden (2017), Backseat Bingo, Marvin Gardens, Ridgewood, NY (2017), Not in a Million Beers, Real Estate Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY (2017), Purgatory Emporium, CANADA Gallery, New York, NY (2016), and Flip the Script Turn the Tide, Julius Caesar Gallery, Chicago, IL (2016). Alicia has exhibited at The Breeder, Venus Over LA, Howard’s. Lyles and King, Rod Barton, Derek Eller, Rachel Uffner, Underdonk, TSA LA, Adams and Ollman, Zurcher, Carroll and Sons, Nevvan Gallery and Stems Gallery. Additionally, she has shown at Frieze, NY and NADA, NY. Her work has been reviewed in Frieze, NY Times, Art News, Frontrunner Magazine, Hyperallergic, MOMUS, Art Papers, and the Boston Globe. She is represented by Loyal Gallery in Stockholm, Sweden.