Archive for October, 2015

Cyprus-born and –based sculptor Phanos Kyriacou exhibits at Maccarone

Maccarone presents Daily Life, its second solo exhibition with Cyprus-born and –based sculptor Phanos Kyriacou. As is characteristic of his practice, Kyriacou has assembled a new series of objects, most of which are collected from the urban and rural landscapes of his hometown of Nicosia. Kyriacou scrutinizes and experiments with certain types of things (cast-offs, fragments, tools) in an... | Read More

Marian Goodman Gallery announces first U.S. presentation of Rineke Dijkstra’s “The Gymschool”

Marian Goodman Gallery New York presents new work by Rineke Dijkstra which will be on view through December 19, 2015. In the South Gallery Dijkstra presents The Gymschool, St Petersburg, 2014 a three channel video installation originally commissioned for Manifesta, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art 2014. This is its first U.S. presentation. Beginning with her photographic portraits in... | Read More

Christie’s New York to offer important private collection of Art Deco masterpieces

Christie’s announces a single-owner sale of Art Deco masterpieces on December 17 in New York. This sale will be among a series of four design sales held on December 17 and 18. An Important Private Collection of Art Deco Masterpieces will include works by the artists universally acknowledged as the great tastemakers of their day, led by Jean Dunand, Eugène Printz, Albert-Armand Rateau,... | Read More

Artcurial announces the first ever auction dedicated to “The World of Tardi”

In Artcurial’s next major Comic Strips sale on 21 November there will be an entire section devoted to Tardi, comprising some 26 works. This is the first time that there has been an auction sale dedicated to the artist. There will be free access to the preview exhibition at Artcurial between 29 October and 4 November. Here the public will be able to view a group of important charcoal drawings... | Read More

Exhibition of significant collage works by Robert Motherwell on view at Andrea Rosen Gallery

Andrea Rosen Gallery presents an intimate exhibition of significant collage works by Robert Motherwell spanning the most prolific period of the artist’s collage practice from the late 1950s to the late 1970s. It is a particularly apt time to examine this body of work as there has been increased in depth attention on the artist with the concurrent Elegy exhibition at Dominique Levy Gallery,... | Read More

Edwynn Houk Gallery is now representing English photographer Nick Brandt

Edwynn Houk Gallery announces representation of Nick Brandt (b. 1964, London, United Kingdom). Best known for his three-part series On This Earth, A Shadow Falls, Across The Ravaged Land, Brandt has spent his career photographing the disappearing natural world of East Africa in a style that transcends expected depictions of the subject. Brandt’s direct and carefully framed images capture... | Read More

Exhibition at Allan Stone Projects features paintings and works on paper by Alfred Leslie

Allan Stone Projects announces Alfred Leslie: Abstraction 1951 – 1962 on view October 29 – December 24, 2015. The exhibition features paintings and works on paper by one of the seminal artists of the New York art world in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Early in his career, Leslie was an Abstract Expressionist who experimented ambitiously with collage, grid compositions, and gestural... | Read More

Art Gallery of Ontario hosts major exhibition of rare Joseph Mallord William Turner works this fall

This fall the Art Gallery of Ontario hosts a major exhibition celebrating the experimental and contemplative works of Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851), a giant of British art. J.M.W. Turner: Painting Set Free features more than 50 large-scale paintings and watercolours on loan from Tate Britain and makes the case that the radical works created in the final 15 years of Turner’s... | Read More

Exhibition highlights the innovative way in which Claude Monet explored the motif of the bridge

The National Gallery of Canada presents in a world exclusive Monet: A Bridge to Modernity, a dossier exhibition highlighting the innovative way in which Claude Monet (1840−1926) explored the motif of the bridge. On view until February 15, 2016, Monet: A Bridge to Modernity is the first monographic exhibition in Canada devoted to the artist in almost two decades. This focus exhibition brings... | Read More

Exhibition at Di Donna Galleries shows how the Surrealists expanded upon the genre of landscape

Di Donna Galleries is presenting Fields of Dream: The Surrealist Landscape running until December 18, 2015 at their 981 Madison Avenue galleries. This major exhibition features over six dozen artworks, several loaned from prominent foundations and private collections. Fields of Dreams includes works by Hans Bellmer, Victor Brauner, André Breton, Alexander Calder, Federico Castellón, Leonora... | Read More
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