Upcoming/Current Exhibitions
After the Contemporary, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT

Past Exhibitions

Art on Paper New York, Gallery Poulsen, NY, NY
THEM, curated by Lynn Sullivan, Spring/Break
Making Progress: Project Artspace, NY, NY
Art on Paper Bozar, Charlie James Gallery, Bozar, Brussels
, Postmasters Gallery, NY, June 24th – August 6th, 2016
POULSEN’S FIFTEEN – NEW ART FROM NEW YORK – PART VII, Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, DE June 17th – August 7th, 2016
Month2Month, a collaborative public art project with Jennifer Dalton produced by MoreArt, May 2016
‘Show Me The Money: The Image of Finance, 1700 to the Present’, The People’s History Museum, Manchester, UK
PULSE Miami, Gallery Poulsen
Mediations, Charlie James Gallery, Through December 5th, LA
Sleight of Hand, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, September 25 – November 27, 2015
Occupational Therapy, CAM St. Louis, May 1st – August 15.  Curated by Kelly Shindler.
Contextual Abstraction, Peter Blake Gallery, LA, March 21st – May 2nd. 
Dear Copenhagen, Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, Denmark. February 27th – March 28th
The Copenhagen Interpretation, Lodge Gallery, March 3rd – April 4th
PULSE Play, Pulse NY
Pay to Play, Odetta Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, January 16th – March 8th


Press: Enter “William Powhida” into Google.

How bad can gentrification really be? [The Independent]


Los Angeles and New York Artists Tackle the Inequity of Real Estate  [The Guardian]

Gentrifiers Anonymous Calls on NYC Settlers to Confess Their Sins [PIX 11]

Public Art Project Invites Gentrifiers to Confess Their Sins  [Hyperallergic]

Voien, Guelda. “Six Political Works to Check Out at Pulse Contemporary Art Fair.” Observer.com, March 5th, 2016


Butler, Sharon. “In His Own Words: William Powhida’s Paradox.” Two Coats of Paint, Nov 10th, 2015


Ollman, Leah. “William Powhida, usually a force, has surprisingly thin show at Charlie James.” LA Times, Nov 6th, 2015



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