Wilder Alison (b. 1986)  Untitled, 2023  Dyed wool and thread  62 x 108 cm | 24 1/2 x 42 1/2 in
Wilder Alison (b. 1986)  Untitled, 2023  Dyed wool and thread  63 x 70 cm | 25 x 27 1/2 in
Wilder Alison (b. 1986)  Untitled, 2023  Dyed wool and thread  62 x 104 cm | 24 1/2 x 41 in
Wilder Alison (b. 1986)  Untitled, 2023  Dyed wool and thread  2 parts, each 140 x 77 cm | 55 x 30.5 in Total: 140 x 154 cm | 55 x 61 in
Wilder Alison (b. 1986)  Untitled, 2023  Dyed wool and thread  2 parts, each 140 x 77 cm | 55 x 30 1/2 in Total: 140 x 154 cm | 55 x 61 in
Jagoda Bednarsky (b. 1988)  Under the Weather (wind power), 2022  Oil, acrylic and gouache on canvas  140 x 110 cm | 55 x 43 1/2 in
Jagoda Bednarsky (b. 1988)  Under the Weather (double), 2022  Oil, acrylic, and gouache on canvas  135 x 105 cm | 53 x 41 1/2 in
Wendy White  Bildpunkt (Pink Pixel Heart), 2023  Acrylic on canvas, PVC  57 x 57 x 2.5 cm. | 22 1/2 x 22 1/2 x 1 in.
Wendy White  Aero, 2023  Acrylic and inkjet on canvas, dibond, wood  102 x 102 cm. | 40 x 40 in
Wendy White  Alone In Public (Yellow Situation), 2022  Wood, recycled glass tile, aluminum, epoxy resin  Overall: 92.5 x 91.5 x 60 cm | 36 x 36 x 23 1/2 inch Pedestal: 54.5 x 60 x 91.5 cm | 21 1/2 x 23 1/2 x 36 inch Seated sculpture: 61 x 33 20 cm | 24 x 13 x 8 in Lying sculpture: 20.5 x 23 x 41 cm | 8 x 9 x 16 1/2 inch
Wendy White  Nascar (with Atmospheric Perspective), 2023  Acrylic on canvas, PVC  213.5 x 244 x 4 cm | 84 x 96 x 1 1/2 in
Wendy White  Alone in Public (Lavender Situation), 2022  Wood, recycled glass tile, aluminum, epoxy resin, paper cigarettes  Overall: 141 x 124.5 x 63.5 cm | 55 1/2 x 49 x 25 inch Pedestal: 53.5 x 63.5 x 124.5 cm | 21 x 25 x 49 inch Standing sculpture: 128.5 x 57 x 28 cm | 50 1/2 x 22 1/2 x 11 inch Ashtray: 10 x 10 x 2.5 cm | 4 x 4 x 1 inch

Press Release

For the 2023 edition of the Dallas Art Fair, Gaa Gallery is pleased to present new works by Wilder Alison, Jagoda Bednarsky, Autumn, Wallace, and Wendy White. The fair runs April 20 - 23, with an opening preview (by invitation only) Thursday, April 20, from 12 - 4 pm and public days Friday and Saturday, April 21 and 22 from 11 am - 7 pm and Sunday, April 23 from 11 am  - 5 pm. The fair will take place at Fashion Industry Gallery, 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75201.


Wilder Alison (b. 1986, Burlington, VT) is an interdisciplinary artist whose work includes painting and works on paper. In recent years, Alison has exhibited work with Gordon-Robichaux, Rachel Uffner, FIERMAN, CUE Foundation, 247365, Primetime, and Garden Party Arts, among others. Recent solo shows include A Ripe Blackberry Murmurs to the Wall at FIERMAN, New York, BY, the faucethe drain breach\ a new /ife at Gaa Gallery, Provincetown, MA, Slit Subjects at White Columns, New York, NY; $PLIT $UBJECT at Marlboro College, Marlboro, VT; and new wools at the Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Provincetown, MA. Alison was a fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in 2016-17 and 2018-19 and has also participated in residencies at Akademie Schloss Solitude, Fellowship, Stuttgart, Germany, Triangle France-Astérides, Lighthouse Works, Fire Island Artist Residency, and Lower East Side Printshop. Alison performs in collaboration with psychoanalyst and musician Monroe Street as N0 ST0NES, with recent engagements at SUBLIMATION Projects, H0L0 NYC, CUE Foundation, and LaKAJE in New York. Alison is currently a resident at the Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY, and is a graduate of the Bard MFA Painting program. In 2023, Alison will present solo projects at Lateral Roma, Rome, Italy, and KAJE, Brooklyn, NY.


Jagoda Bednarsky (b. 1988, Zlotoryja, Poland) is a Berlin-based painter whose work expands the symbolic and personal into surreal narratives that oscillate between object and image. Addressing questions about the history and role of contemporary painting, Bednarsky's recent work explores themes of womanhood, identity, and motherhood. Bednarsky studied at the Kunsthochschule Kassel, Germany, and the Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien, Vienna, Austria, before graduating from the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Städelschule in Frankfurt, Germany in 2014. Her work has been exhibited internationally in Europe and in the United States, including institutional exhibitions at Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Germany; Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany; Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, Germany; Museum Wiesbaden, Germany; Kunstverein Oldenburg, Germany; Kunstverein Heppenheim, Germany; Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Germany; Museum für Moderne Kunst Zollamt, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Kunsthalle Lingen, Ems, Germany; and Kunstverein zu Assenheim, Assenheim-Niddatal, Germany. Bednarksy's work is featured in the permanent collections of the DekaBank Kunstsammlung, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; and Muzeum Narodowe w Gdańsku, Danzig, Poland.


Autumn Wallace (b. 1996, Philadelphia, PA) is a visual artist whose paintings and sculptures examine human sexuality, gender, and the black femme experience. Influenced by 90's cartoons, Byzantine aesthetics, Baroque Style, and what Wallace describes as "low-quality adult materials", Wallace's work generates a sense of fluidity whereby figures defy spatial, social, physical, emotional, and psychological boundaries. Wallace's work has been featured in solo exhibitions at The Armory Show (Gaa Gallery), New York; the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA; Gaa Gallery, Provincetown, MA; Gaa Projects, Cologne, Germany; and in Philadelphia, PA at the Portside Art Parlor; HOUSE Gallery; and Stella Elkins Gallery. Wallace's work has also been included in group exhibitions at Blum and Poe, Los Angeles, CA; Clearing, Brooklyn, NY; Da Vinci Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA; Gaa Gallery, Provincetown, MA; Lauren Powell Productions, Los Angeles, CA; Margot Samel, New York, NY; the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM), Provincetown, MA; Smithsonian Museum of the African Diaspora, Washington, DC; and Vacancy Gallery, Shanghai, China, among others. Wallace graduated from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in 2018 and since has been the recipient of numerous fellowships, including residencies at the LungA School, Iceland, the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA; Mass MoCA, North Adams, MA; Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY; and the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT, among others. In 2021 Wallace's work was acquired by the Studio Museum in Harlem. Wallace's work will be the subject of an upcoming solo exhibition at Gaa Gallery, New York, in the fall of 2023.


Wendy White (b.1971, Deep River, CT) is a visual artist whose work encompasses painting, sculpture, and installation and often references symbols and iconography of contemporary advertising, branding, American pop culture, and twentieth-century art history. Through juxtaposing gestural mark-making and fabricated elements, White uses sculptural and spatial interventions to defy and expand the boxed-in limitations of the traditional canvas. White’s work has been featured in solo exhibitions at Gaa Gallery, Provincetown, MA; Kaikai Kiki, Tokyo; Leo Koenig Inc., New York; Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles; COUNTY, Palm Beach; Maruani Noirhomme, Brussels; VAN HORN, Düsseldorf; Denny Dimin Gallery, New York; David Castillo, Miami; Eric Firestone Gallery, New York; Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago; Galerie Jérôme Pauchant, Paris; Sherrick & Paul, Nashville; and Galeria Moriarty, Madrid. White’s work has been featured in numerous institutional exhibitions, including, Low Pressure at Museum Goch, Germany; The World’s Game: Fútbol and Contemporary Art at Perez Art Museum, Miami, FL and LACMA, Los Angeles, CA; Full of Peril and Weirdness, M Woods, Beijing, China; Globe as a Palette: Contemporary Art from the Taguchi Collection, Hokkaido Obihiro Museum of Art; The Art Show: Art of the New Millenium in Taguchi Art Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, Japan; Taguchi Hiroshi Art Collection at The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu, Japan; American Idyll at SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GA; EXPEDITION at The Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro, VA; and So Athletic, Kunstverein Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin, among others.