Archive for February, 2015

Paris – Bjarne Melgaard: “The Casual Pleasure of Disappointment” at Galerie Thaddeus Ropac Through March 14th, 2015

Bjarne Melgaard, The Casual Pleasure of Disappointment (Installation View), all images courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac On view at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac’s location in the Parisian neighborhood of Marais is the first solo exhibition from the controversial, yet highly respected Norwegian painter Bjarne Melgaard. Entitled The Casual Pleasure of Disappointment, The exhibition is a... | Read More

IN PRINT: March 2015

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Stolen Picasso Lost for Over a Decade Discovered in Newark

La Coiffeuse, a 1911 Pablo Picasso painting stolen from a Centre Pompidou storage room in 2001, has been recovered, after customs officials at the Port of Newark found it in a package marked with the words Merry Christmas.  “A lost treasure has been found,” said US Attorney Loretta Lynch.  “Because of the blatant smuggling in this case […]... | Read More

Solo exhibition by French artist Marie Jacotey on view at heike moras art

heike moras art is presenting Get over it! Move on! a solo exhibition by French artist Marie Jacotey. Continuing Jacotey's long-standing interest in relationships seen through the prism of comics, the exhibition is comprised of a series of new works on dust sheets and plaster tiles as well as an assembly of drawings. Marie Jacotey's explorations into young adult relationships share a formal and... | Read More

Solo exhibition of work by Chantelle Stephenson on view at 43 Inverness Street

43 Inverness Street is presenting TANk, a solo exhibition of work by Chantelle Stephenson. The untitled art works in TANk are referred to by the artist as ‘painted objects’; they act as sculptures and contain a tactility that make them stand in their own space. They may appear minimal and delicate in their colour palette and materials used, but they contain an undercurrent of... | Read More

Exhibition of works by Nick Mauss opens at 303 Gallery

303 Gallery presents its third solo exhibition with Nick Mauss. For this exhibition, Mauss creates a mirrored garden in the gallery, in which his singular relationship to the line of drawing moves across and through space and mediums. Mauss' work takes the mode of drawing, found at the interstices of various media, processes, and histories, and dilates, twists, folds, intensifies, and loosens... | Read More

Exhibition of three pioneering Bronx photographers captures social activism and change in the 20th century

The Bronx Museum of the Arts presents the work of Jules Aarons, Morton Broffman, and Joe Conzo—three Bronx-born photographers who captured significant moments of societal and urban change in the borough and across the country during the 20th century. The exhibition features over 80 works, from depictions of daily life in the Bronx and Far Rockaways in the early 1950s, to images of the Civil... | Read More

Jasmina Danowski’s most recent body of work on view at Heather Gaudio Fine Art

Heather Gaudio Fine Art presents Jasmina Danowski: Taking in the Obscenery, being held February 21th through April 11th. This is the artist's first exhibition with the gallery and features her most recent body of work. Danowski translates personal situational experiences onto canvas and paper, creating vibrantly harmonious poetic abstractions that are filled with a richness of color and texture. ... | Read More

‘Hayley Tompkins. Technicolor Hamburger’ on view at the Drawing Room in Hamburg

The Glasgow-based artist perceives herself to be a painter. However, she creates her “paintings” from objects that painters would normally never consider basing their representations on. Instead of the conventional canvas, Tompkins uses a wide range of different everyday objects as image carriers, for example mobile phones, knives and chairs, sunglasses or small branches, which she... | Read More

Maloney fine Art opens exhibition of works by Malick Sidibé

Maloney Fine Art presents Malick Sidibé: Studio Malick, Bamako, Mali, the photographer’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, in collaboration with Jack Shainman Gallery, New York. Featuring vintage prints in original hand-painted glass frames, the exhibition celebrates more than forty years of Malick Sidibé’s photographs of the lives of young people in Mali since the... | Read More
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