Jan van der Ploeg, Wall Painting No. 190, 2007 Acrylic on wall, 400 x 533 cm, Museum Prinsenhof Delft March 4 — May 13, 2007 Features MINUS SPACE artist Jan van der Ploeg.
February 24 — March 2, 2007
March 1 — April 12, 2007 Features MINUS SPACE artist Douglas Witmer.
February 16 – May 6, 2007
January 26— February 24, 2007
February 18 — March 31, 2007
(photo: Jacquelyn Martin, AP) The Dia Art Foundation has appointed Jeffrey Weiss, currently head of the department of modern and contemporary art at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, its new director. Weiss has worked at the National Gallery since 1994. There he organized such as exhibitions as Jasper Johns: An Allegory of Painting, 1955-1965; Mark Rothko; and Cy Twombly: The Sculpture.
Alexander Liberman, Sun II, 1962 Acrylic on canvas, 79.25 inches diameter, private collection Feb. 16 — June 17, 2007 The first comprehensive survey of Op Art by an American museum in more than 25 years, the exhibition examines the development and lasting influence of the international movement exploring perceptual phenomena in painting, sculpture, and light installation. Combining color and abstract patterns, the works produce optical illusions of pulsating movement through precise, mathematically-based composition. An […]
Purchase on Amazon.com A new edition of an Alber’s classic and long-unavailable publication, featuring 22 line drawings, as well as original poems.
Rivane Neuenschwander, Zé Carioca no. 4, A Volta de Zé Carioca (1960) (Edição Histórica, Ed. Abril). (detail), 2004 Synthetic polymer paint and ink on printed paper, 13 sheets, each 6.25 x 4 inches Collection Museum of Modern Art, New York March 4 — June 11, 2007
Michael Brennan, Razor Painting #2, 2006 Oil, wax and alkyd on canvas, 16 x 24 inches Time Warner channel 56, Cablevision channel 69, (Episode 31) Jan. 25, Feb. 14, Feb. 19, Feb. 23 @ 8:30pm
Gilbert Hsiao, Encounter, 2006 Sprayed acrylic on wood panel, 42 x 42 inches Gabriele Evertz, Motion Parallax, 1998 Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 72 inches March 8 — April 14, 2007 Curated by Robert C. Morgan, exhibition includes Bridget Riley, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Julian Stanczak, Victor Vasarely, Josef Albers, Sandford Wurmfeld, Robert Swain, Gabriele Evertz, Rakuko Natio, Gilbert Hsiao, Soon Ja Han, Jon Groom, Beverly Fishman, Ryszard Wasko, and Michelle Hinebrook. Curated by Robert […]
(photo credit: Phong Bui) Katy Siegel and artist David Reed discuss their groundbreaking exhibition High Times, Hard Times: New York Painting 1967-1975 at the National Academy Museum in New York with Brooklyn Rail publisher Phong Bui.
(photo credit: Barbara Parmet) Carol Becker remembers maverick curator Marcia Tucker, former Whitney Museum curator (1969-1977) and founder of the New Museum of Contemporary Art (1977-1999) in New York.
(photo credit: Michael Paoletta) Artist John Zinsser recalls his long-term friendship with artist Rudolf De Crignis.
Marsden Hartley, Painting No. 3 Fisk University in Nashvillle, TN, is planning to sell two works from its collection — Georgia O’Keeffe’s Radiator Building – Night, New York and Marsden Hartley’s Painting No. 3 — to raise funds. The works were part of Alfred Stieglitz’s personal collection and were donated to the university after his death in 1949 by Georgia O’Keeffe with the intent to challenge segregation by making the collection accessible to African-Americans […]
Andras Gal, Who’s Afraid of Yellow…, 2007 Courtesy Semmelweis University, Budapest November 9, 2006 – February 3, 2007
McKendree Key, Pier 17: Space # 2085 Divided into Cubic Yards, 2006 Artist McKendree Key’s assistants, Allie Tsypin and Slaveya Starkov, discuss the process of constructing and the experience of inhabiting Key’s new second floor installation at P.S.1. Key’s exhibition was organized by P.S.1 Curatorial Advisor Nick Stillman and is on view from February 11 – April 16, 2007.
Hans Wegner was one of the most innovative and prolific of all Danish furniture designers. His work is representative of the excellent craftsmanship and commitment to modern living that made mid-century Danish design internationally popular. His work belongs to the minimalist school, but preserves function. He is perhaps best known for his many beautifully and cleverly designed chairs using the finest of craftmanship.
Jon Poblador, Untitled (Blue) Acrylic on linen, 20 x 16 inches February 10 — March 24, 2007
thru March 10, 2007 Features MINUS SPACE artists Julian Dashper, Kyle Jenkins, Tilman & Jan van der Ploeg
Alfredo Hlito, Ritmos cromáticos III, (Chromatic Rhythms III), 1949 Oil on canvas, 39 3/8 x 39 3/8 inches February 20 — April 22, 2007
Bridget Riley, Blaze 4, 1963 Emulsion on board, 94.6 x 94.6 cm (credit: Karsten Schubert, London) February 17 — May 20, 2007 Features MINUS SPACE artist Hartmut Böhm.
Work by MINUS SPACE artist Julian Dashper (at right) thru February 10, 2007
Joe Overstreet, Purple Flight from the Flight Pattern series, 1971 February 15 — April 22, 2007