Alan Ebnother in his studio March 3 — April 1, 2007
Cover Image by MINUS SPACE artist Don Voisine Published by The Brooklyn Rail & Black Square Editions, 2006
Dan Christensen, Pavo, 1968, acrylic on canvas New York painter Dan Christensen died at his home in Easthampton on January 20. Christensen moved to New York in 1965 and became a member of the group of post-Minimalist artists associated with Lyrical Abstraction and Color Field painting. Christensen had over 60 solo exhibitions, beginning in the ‘60s and ‘70s at Andre Emmerich in New York, Nicholas Wilder in Los Angeles, and Rolf Ricke in Cologne.
thru June 24, 2007
Installation view at Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Nebraska Royce W. Smith reviews Julian Dashper’s recent traveling retrospective Midwestern Unlike You and Me: New Zealand’s Julian Dashper.
Larry Zox, Green Diamond Drill: Keokuk, 1968 Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 64 inches
(photo credit: Locks Gallery) An exhibition of paintings by Philadelphia artist Edna Andrade on the occasion of her 90th birthday. A retrospective exhibition of her works on paper will be on view at the Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia opening on March 28. Her work is also included in the upcoming survey Optic Nerve: Perceptual Art of the 1960s at the Columbus Museum of Art. Read the article An Op Art Original by Amy S. Rosenberg in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
(photo credit: McKenzie Fine Art) New work by New York abstract painters Don Voisine and Mark Dagley.
Frederick Hammersley, Costume Change, 1981 A rare exhibition by one of the defining West Coast hard-edge painters. Hammersley was included in the landmark “Four Abstract Classicists” exhibition (San Francisco Museum of Art, 1959).
Holland Cotter reviews Lester Hayes’ exhibition — an elusive and unrecognized artist — at Triple Candie, New York. PS: Lester Hayes is a fake.
(l to r) Felix Gonzalez-Torres, “Untitled” (Ross in L.A.), 1991 Oksana Pasaiko, Short Sad Text (based on the borders of 14 countries), 2004-05 Joelle Tuerlinckx, Particles particles and objects, objects objects and particles, 1994 Explores the concept of temporality and challenges the idea that the work of art is eternal, unchanging, and aethetically fixed. Features Boris Belay, Michel Blazy, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Gabriel Kuri, Oksana Pasaiko, Tomo Savic-Gecan & Joelle Tuerlinckx.
(photo credit: Douglas Healey)
(photo credit: Rudolf de Crignis Estate & Peter Blum Gallery, New York)
January 10 — February 10, 2007 Artists Chris Ashley (Oakland, CA) and Douglas Witmer (Philadelphia, PA) are mounting an exhibition of collaborative works on paper. And they have been cataloguing their collaborative process online. Check it out.