Recently on view: (Sept 29-Dec 8, 2019)At Sea
Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs.
11-03 45th Ave., Long Island City, NY 11101
Exhibition brochure & checklist for At Sea.Artists: Zalika Azim, Esteban Cabeza de Baca, Heide Fasnacht, Scherezade Garcia, Shirin Kazemi, Franck Lesbros, Roger Clay Palmer, Sky Pape, Jennifer Wynne Reeves, Charlotte Schulz, Adrien Segal, and Eve K. Tremblay.
Curated by Zeljka Himbele.

(Aug/Sept, 2019):  Works on view at
Gilman Contemporary, 661 Sun Valley Rd, Ketchum, ID 83340Sky Pape at Gilman Contemporary[Above two on right by Sky Pape. Those on left by Kelly Ording.]

Featured in: art & poetry journal LiveMag! Issue 16, 2019.

Earlier in 2019: El Alto/The Heights Printmaking Project, group exhibition
Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria
2113 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10032, 347-688-4456
December 2018 through February 2019

ARTISTS: Diógenes Abreu, Jerise Fogel, Reynaldo García Pantaleón, Alex Guerrero, Inju Kaboom, Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez, Rosa Naparstek, Gregory Rafael Nuñez, Sky Pape, Mary Ely Peña-Gratereaux & Virginia Ayress Moreno, Dister Rondon, Rene De Los Santos, Elizabeth Starčević, Rider Ureña, Cindy Vasquez

THE HEIGHTS / EL ALTO is a commissioned portfolio of prints that asks visual artists who are longtime residents of the Washington Heights and Inwood neighborhoods in New York City to capture, reflect, represent, interpret, and/or process the changing population and landscape—in all its economic, social, and civic complexity—of Washington Heights/Inwood today. Washington Heights/Inwood has been the site of immigration—and attendant real estate turmoil—ever since Mannahatta was purchased from the Lenape in what is now Inwood Hill Park. For decades, urgent conversations have taken place around housing, socioeconomics, race and ethnicity, city infrastructure and preservation, and displacement and change—dialogues that became all the more constant leading up to the ratification in 2018 of the City’s plan to rezone Inwood. The Heights/El Alto contributes an artistic response to this neighborhood-wide—and citywide/nationwide/global—issue.

The Heights/El Alto is organized by Realengo Studio and Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria, and made possible in part with funding from the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation and administered by LMCC.
For press inquiries or more information: Carolina Valencia, carolina.valencia13@gmail.com

Passing Through, by Raine Kidder, SVPN Magazine

Works on Paper from the Collection of the Sheldon Museum of Art, museum catalog essay by Cynthia Nadelman

ARTnews Magazine, Volume 113, No. 2, Page 92,  Review by Doug McClemont “SKY PAPE — June Kelly