10002 New York
Miguel Abreu, Justin Adain, Peggy Ahwesh, Diana AlHadid, Adam Ames, Saul Anton, Michele Araujo, Elliot Arkin, Michael Ashkin, Perry Bard, Agnes Barley, Javier Barrera, David Baskin, Lisa Beck, Amy Ben-Ezra, Elyse Benenson, Teddi Benezra, Liz Berg, Julien Bismuth, Joianne Bittle, Lisa Blas, Barbara Bloom, Aaron Bobrow, Suzanne Bocanegra, Jennifer Bolande, Richard Bosman, Leslie Brack, Paul Branca, William Eric Brown, Shiva Lynn Burgos, Luisa Caldwell, Matteo Callegari, JUANLI CARRION, Antoine Catala, Annie Collinge, Olivier Compte, Maureen Connor, Jeri Coppola, Francisco Correa Cordero, Anne Couillaud, Jean-Pierre Criqui, Tai Cruz, Jodi Culkin, Jennifer Dalton, Thierry de Duve, Lucky DeBellevue, Jared Deery, Liz Deschenes, David Deutsch, David Diao, Noah Dillon, Chris Dorland, Paul D’Agostino, Satoru Eguchi, Joy Episalla, Michela Ar ero, Barbara Ess, Hal Foster, Jan Frank, Matt Freedman, Zipora Fried, Devin Friedrich, Julie Fuchs, Julien Gardair, Joy Garnett, Ashley Garrett, Jonas Geduldig, Jeff Gibson, Olivia Gilmore, Jennifer Golub, Juan Eduardo Gomez, Kathleen Goncharov, Oscar Gracida, Dan Graham, Agnieszka Gratza, Tracy Grayson, Ethan Greenbaum, Marilyn Greenberg, Julio Grinblatt, Giorgio Guidi, Wade Guyton, Lisa Hein, David Helbich, Patrice Helmar, Daniel Hill, Perry Hoberman, Laura Hoffmann, David Humphrey, Shirley Irons, Gina Jankowski, Neil Jenney, Susan Jennings, Jamie Jensen, Suzanne Joelson, Bill Jones, Ronald Jones, Werner Kaligofsky, Craig Kalpakjian, Dennis Kardon, Alex Katz, Joseph Keckler, Mathias Kessler, Paulina Kim, Hilary Kliros, Nicholas Knight, John Kramer, Fawn Krieger, Nitzan Krimsky, Christina Kruse, Sarah Kurz, Alex Kwartler, Stephen Lack, Justen Ladda, Paul Laster, Simon Leung, Elissa Levy, Wenxiao Li, Miranda Lichtenstein, Judith Linhares, Simon Linke, Scott lliams, Sarah Lucas, Stephen Maine, Lenore Malen, David Markus, Kai Matsumiya, Sean Meehan, Sarah Meister, William Menking, Thomas Micchelli, Jenny Monick, Erik Moskowitz, Diane Nerwen, Lauren Nickou, John Oakes, John Opera, Saul Ostrow, Bill Owens, Neil O’Brian, Paul Pagk, Laura Parnes, Ester Partegàs, Stephan Pascher, Gelah Penn, Paul Pfeiffer, Katherine Pickard, Chloe Piene, Jeff Preiss, Eileen Quinlan, Lee Ranaldo, Asad Raza, Ligorano Reese, Calvin Reid, Walter Robinson, Benjamin Rosenthal, Irina Rozovsky, Victoria Sambunaris, Keith Sanborn, Magda Sawon, Ken Saylor, John Schabel, Heidi Schlatter, Nadine Schmied, Michael Scott, Dennis Sears, Bob Seng, Anne Katrine Senstad, Trevor Shimizu, Raphaele Shirley, James Siena, Susan Silas, Hayley Silverman, Adam Simon, Leah Singer, Olivia Smith, Claudia Sohrens, Tom Sperry, Steel Stillman, Richard Sullivan, Jichao Sun, Carol Szymanski, Jude Tallichet, Sikay Tang, David C. Terry, Tom Thayer, Austin Thomas, Taliesin Thomas, Cheyney Thompson, Yulia Topchiy, Amanda Trager, Pegi Vail, Fred Valentine, Ali Van, Philip Vanderhyden, Virginia Inés Vergara, Christiane Voegeli, Julia Wachtel, Brett Wallace, Lindsay Walt, Daniel Walworth, Lotte Walworth, Zwi Wasserstein, Christian Wassmann, Barbara Weissberger, Thea Westreich, Pam Widener, Lila Williams, Agata Winter, David Winter, Brian Wood, B. Wurtz, Jessica Wynne, MIE YIM, H. Spencer Young, Jordana Zeldin, Xueer Zeng, Jiajia Zhang, Ying Zhang
Through presenting primarily group exhibitions, carriage trade will function not as a means to promote the careers of individual artists, but to provide contexts for their work that reveal its relevance to larger social and political conditions prevalent today. A project of the artist / curator Peter Scott, whose exhibitions have attempted to highlight this relevance over the value of any given artist's work within the hierarchy of the art market, these projects will intentionally combine well known with lesser known artists, and historical pieces (60's, 70's, 80's) with very recent work. Originally influenced by the approach of magazines like The Baffler and Harper's which combine fact based readings with editorial commentary, Scott's curatorial approach often integrates relevant found material as a means to broaden the scope of an art exhibition by positioning the "evidence" of everyday experience in direct relation to an artist's mediation of social conditions.
Some themes to be addressed in upcoming shows include issues of propaganda in mass media, the effect of neo-liberal policies on the built environment and social relations, as well as the concept of "mistaken identity" and likeness within the realm portraiture. The location of Soho, a neighborhood that could be seen as a now historical model for the intense gentrification taking place in cities everywhere, provides an appropriate setting for addressing the cyclic nature of urban transformation, (Soho enjoyed a previous incarnation as a high-end shopping district in the mid -1800's during America's Gilded Age) due to seismic shifts in economic relations.