Opening on Saturday, August 4, from 5-7pm, BUSHEL is pleased to present a two-person show with Lisa Sanditz and A.L. Steiner. Sanditz will present ‘Man Caves and Volcano Vases’ (paintings, drawings, ceramics), and Steiner will present ‘Appendage’ (photo-based collage).

Lisa Sanditz‘s recent shows include ‘The Color Show’ at The Thomas Cole House (Catskill, NY), curated by Kate Menconeri and Kiki Smith, and ‘Oscillation,’ a project of Prospect New Orleans curated by Dan Cameron, at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, NOLA. Sanditz has shown widely both domestically and internationally. Reviews of solo shows have been published in The New York TimesThe New YorkerArtforumNew York MagazineModern PaintersFrieze, and The Los Angeles Times, and a recent interview appeared last fall in BOMB. She is a 2015 Anonymous Was a Woman grant recipient and a 2008 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, and has been a Visiting Assistant Professor at Bard College since 2008. She lives in Tivoli, NY.

A.L. Steiner utilizes constructions of photography, video, installation, collage, collaboration, performance, writing, and curatorial work as seductive tropes channeled through the sensibility of a skeptical queer ecofeminist androgyne. Steiner is co-founder of Ridykeulous and Working Artists and the Greater Economy (W.A.G.E.), and collaborates with numerous writers, performers, designers, collectives, activists, and artists. She is based in New York and Los Angeles, serves as faculty in Photography at Yale University, and is featured in permanent collections such as the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Hammer Museum, and Museum of Modern Art. Steiner is currently on strike from producing commercial work for US galleries and large-scale institutions in fascist and genocidal Amerikkka.


August 4 – September 1, 2018
Opening Reception:
Saturday, August 4, 5-7PM

Open for viewing during Open Hours and events (see the Calendar for event listings), and by appointment. Contact:

left: Lisa Sanditz, “Long Island Backyard Paradise,” acrylic on canvas, 54 x 41, 2018
right: A.L. Steiner, “Appendage” (detail), photographs, 2018