ROGER BROWN VIRTUAL STILL LIFE

Roger Brown: Virtual Still Lifes brings together, for the first time, a vast grouping of the artist’s “Virtual Still Life” paintings (1995–97) made near the end of his career. By positioning these works alongside others that highlight their development, including early paintings demonstrating his interest in the stage and installations conveying the centrality of collecting to…

CARRIE MOYER AT THE ART SHOW

DC Moore Gallery is proud to present Carrie Moyer: More Joy, a one-person booth of recent paintings by Carrie Moyer. Carrie Moyer’s paintings extend the narrative of American Abstraction while engaging the legacies of its key female figures, including Georgia O’Keeffe, Helen Frankenthaler, and Elizabeth Murray. The work is both knowing and playful. Some pieces…

THE QUIET EVOLUTION OF BEAUFORD DELANEY

“Keep the faith and trust in so far as possible. Love humility and don’t mind the insinuations that cause sorrow…and loneliness and limitations. We learn self-reliance and to hear the voice of God, too…and how to…not break but bend gently. Learning to love is learning to suffer deeply and with quietness.” Beauford Delaney Beauford Delaney…

SUSAN CHRYSLER WHITE IN (OF) OUR WORLD

                Susan Chrysler White explores issues of global dysfunction through the fusion of the baroque filigree that is a hallmark of her sculpture and the colorful geometric patterning fundamental to her painting vocabulary. This new work includes highly expressive reliefs that pour off the wall in cascading waterfalls…

KATHLEEN WHITE CLOSING AT MARTOS AND SHOWING AT PIONEER WORKS

       Martos Gallery presented A Year of Firsts, the gallery’s first solo exhibition with The Estate of Kathleen White. White’s practice was in many ways about “the story of a gift.” Before passing away in 2014, much of her work was in response to her love for the family of friends she surrounded herself…

GRANDMA MOSES AT THE WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW THIS WEEK

Anna Mary Robertson Moses (September 7, 1860 – December 13, 1961), known by her nickname Grandma Moses, was an American folk artist. She began painting in earnest at the age of 78 and is often cited as an example of an individual who successfully began a career in the arts at an advanced age. Her works…

ARSHILE GORSKY’S LANDSCAPE

Abstraction allows man to see with his mind what he cannot physically see with his eyes… Abstract art enables the artist to perceive beyond the tangible, to extract the infinite out of the finite. It is the emancipation of the mind. It is an explosion into unknown areas. Arshile Gorky’s diverse body of work was…

A GLIMPSE OF LOUISE FISHMAN

                          Cheim & Read presented another exhibition of new paintings by Louise Fishman. It opened on September 7th and ran through October 28th, accompanied by a catalogue with an essay by Aruna D’Souza. This was the artist’s eighth solo exhibition at the gallery….

NEW WORKS BY JEFF SONHOUSE

Tilton Gallery presented Masked Reduction, an exhibition of new works by Jeff Sonhouse, from September 14th through October 28th, 2017.  This was the artist’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. Sonhouse’s subject is the African American male within Western culture. In Masked Reduction, he continues his focus on the figure, more specifically, the African American…

CARO & OLITSKI: 1965–1968

                 Caro & Olitski: 1965 – 1968, Painted Sculptures and The Bennington Sprays, an exhibition that celebrates the dialogue, exchange of ideas and lasting friendship between British sculptor, Sir Anthony Caro and American painter, Jules Olitski. The exhibition will feature painted steel sculptures by Caro and never-before exhibited…

NEW SHOW ON ALEXANDER CALDER

    Calder: Hypermobility focuses on the extraordinary breadth of movement and sound in the work of Alexander Calder. This exhibition brings together a rich constellation of key sculptures and provides a rare opportunity to experience the works as the artist intended—in motion. Regular activations will occur in the galleries, revealing the inherent kinetic nature…

SEAN SCULLY AT CHEIM & READ

                   Sean Scully has a new exhibition right now in Chelsea but State of the Arts NYC thought it would be good to look back on a past exhibition to allow our followers to learn more about the artist and to see how his work is evolving….