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Leah Oates, Transitory Space, Nova Scotia, Canada, Point Pleasant 1
Leah Oates, Transitory Space 2
Leah Oates, Transitory Space 3
Leah Oates, Transitory Space 4
Leah Oates, Transitory Space 5
Leah Oates, Transitory Space 6

This series was featured in the MTA Arts and Design Light Box Project at 42nd Street/6th Avenue and is on view from 2016- 2017. Leah Oates recently had her second solo show of this series at Susan Eley Fine Art, NYC. 

This year and in 2015, Leah Oates has shown in the NYC area in group shows at The Pen and Brush, BRIC Media Gallery, Gallery Aferro, Pierogi Gallery, Moments Gallery, Nurture Art Gallery, The Center for Book Arts, Open Source, Associated Gallery, 440 Gallery, Islip Art Museum, and nationally at Bob Rauschenberg Gallery in Florida, Unsettled Gallery in New Mexico, the Bridgeport Art Center, Illinois. 

Leah Oates has had over fourteen solo shows at venues such as The Arsenal Gallery in Central Park, The Brooklyn Public Library, The Center for Book Arts, A4L Gallery, Henry Street Settlement, A Taste of Art Gallery and locally at Tomasulo Gallery in New Jersey, Real Art Ways in Connecticut, Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill, Long Island and the Sol Mednick Gallery at the Philadelphia University of the Arts. Oates has had solo shows nationally at Anchor Graphics, Artemisia Gallery and Woman Made Gallery in Chicago and internationally at Galerie Joella in Turku, Finland. 

Recently her work was featured in Gulf Stream Magazine, Irreversible Magazine, Postit 1 Journal of Literature and Art, Artvoices Magazine, Brooklyn Magazine, Vasa Online Journal, New Jersey Star Ledger, Beautiful Decay, Phaidon Club Online, Eyesin Magazine, Bomb Magazine Blog, Diffusion Magazine, NY Arts Magazine, Daily Constitutional and Art Squeeze. 

Leah Oates works on paper are in many the private collections and are in numerous public collections including the National Museum of Women in the Art, The Brooklyn Museum Artists’ Book Collection, The British Library, The Walker Art Center Libraries, The Smithsonian Libraries and Franklin Furnace at MoMA. 


February 2018

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