Don Voisine, McKenzie Fine Art, New York, NY

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Don Voisine, Cross Purpose, 2011 Oil on wood 30 x 22 inches May 5 – June 11, 2011 McKenzie Fine Art is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings by Don Voisine, his second solo show with the gallery. The exhibition opens Thursday, May 5th with a reception for the artist from 6 to 8 p.m. and runs through Saturday, June 11, 2011. Voisine paints in oil on wood in a reductive, hard-edged manner within a […]

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Wall Works, The Painting Center, New York, NY

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Installation view April 28 – May 21, 2011 The Painting Center is pleased to present “Wall Works,” an exhibition of painting, drawing and installation engaging the gallery’s walls as the primary support and framing device. The participating artists are Rob Nadeau, Morgan O’Hara, Nancy Olivier, Jim Osman, Gary Petersen, Steel Stillman and Dannielle Tegeder. Opening the evening of Thursday, April 28, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, and continuing through May 21, “Wall Works” is curated […]

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Alan Shields: Something Goin’ On & On, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY

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Installation view April 28 – June 24, 2011 Curated by Jill Brienza Fully illustrated catalogue with essay by Bob Nickas Greenberg Van Doren Gallery is pleased to present Something Goin’ On & On, a solo exhibition of paintings, sculptures and works on paper by the late Alan Shields (1944-2005), curated by Jill Brienza. This is the first selected survey of Shields’ work in New York in eleven years and inaugurates the gallery’s representation of the […]

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Ron Agam, Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, New York, NY

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Ron Agam, Endless Universe, 2010 Ink and resin on canvas mounted on panel 36 x 36 inches May 5 – June 6, 2011 Bertrand Delacroix Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of paintings by Ron Agam. Agam brings fresh, new elements to his work where he further examines the interaction of colors. He seeks to expose the harmony and effective balance of these varying colors with placement and scale. Agam’s personal exploration in the […]

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John Storrs: Machine-Age Modernist, Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY

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John Storrs, Abstract Forms No. 1, 1917-1919 Granite and marble Collection of the Newark Museum of Art, NJ April 12 – July 9, 2011 John Storrs: Machine-Age Modernist is the first major museum exhibition of work by this important American sculptor in 25 years. Opening at New York University’s Grey Art Gallery on April 12, the show features most of the known works—some 40 items including sculptures, paintings, and drawings―from Storrs’s most innovative period, from […]

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Michael Rouillard: Framed Light, 2005-2011, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

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Michael Rouillard, Untitled, 2007 Oil stick on aluminum (3 panels) 96 x 36 inches April 29-May 31, 2011 A solo exhibition, Framed Light 2005-2011, by Michael Rouillard will open at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art on April 29 and extend through May 31. An Opening Reception with the artist will be held on Friday, April 29 from 5-7 p.m. The gallery is located in the Railyard Arts District at 554 South Guadalupe Street. At first glance […]

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Cries & Whispers, Sam Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

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Douglas Melini, Splendor of the Sun and the Moon, 2008 Acrylic on canvas and wood 24 x 20 inches April 23 – June 4, 2011 Sam Lee Gallery and co-curator Paul W. Evans are pleased to present Cries & Whispers, a group exhibition of 15 diverse artists whose practice centers on abstraction. Included in the exhibition are Jakob Christmas, William Conger, Jeff Gambill, Glenn Goldberg, Joanne Greenbaum, Hadley Holliday, Andy Kolar, Andrew Masullo, Douglas Melini, […]

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Richard Roth: Vernacular Modernism, Highland Institute for Contemporary Art, Inverness-Shire, Scotland

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Work by Richard Roth. May 1-June 5, 2011 Vernacular Modernism, an exhibition by the American artist Richard Roth, will open at the Highland Institute for Contemporary Art on 1 May, 2011, 2-5pm. Roth’s practice combines Minimalist abstract painting with the curating and installation of collections of contemporary artifacts. For HICA, Roth will present a substantial installation of pieces from his collections. Expanding on Minimalist ideology, these coolections extend Roth’s sense of reverence for ordinary objects […]

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Simon Ingram: Radio Paintings, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

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Simon Ingram, Untitled, 2009 Oil on canvas 77 x 77 inches April 27 – May 14, 2011 As an artist Simon Ingram is known for his collaborations with machines. Unlike most painters, Ingram takes up a position distanced from the direct act of painting and is interested in ideas of self-making painting. Through this distance Ingram opens up painting to other forces and interpretations and, as the maker of his painting machines, is able to […]

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Seeing Red: Hungarian Revolution Posters, 1919, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

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Mihály Biró, Magyarország népköztársaság (People’s Voice: People’s Republic of Hungary), 1918 Lithograph and newsprint 37 x 25 inches In the wake of the First World War many artists and writers were seized by a new sense of political purpose. It is widely recognised that the events of 1917 and after galvanised revolutionary aspirations among European avant-gardes and the intelligentsia. This installation features posters by three of Hungary’s foremost graphic artists, Mihály Biró, Sándor Bortnyik and […]

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Arp/Brancusi, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, NY

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Installation view. March 31 – May 6, 2011 Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to present Arp/Brancusi, an exhibition of sculpture and painted relief works on view at 1018 Madison Avenue, New York, March 29 – May 6, 2011. The exhibition will include a focused selection of works by Arp along with two small sculptures by Brancusi, offering a rare opportunity to view these two 20th Century masters side by side. Sculptures in wood, bronze and […]

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Liam Everett: Cura, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

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Liam Everett, Untitled, 2010 Acrylic, salt, and alcohol on panel 24 x 18 inches April 7 – May 14, 2011 Paul Kasmin Gallery Project space, in collaboration with Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco, is pleased to present a solo exhibition by the New York artist Liam Everett. Everett’s installation Cura consists of a recent group of paintings, which the artist refers to as the “eclipse paintings.” Working with acrylic, salt and alcohol, Everett’s paintings both […]

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Rachel Whiteread: Long Eyes, Luhring Augustine, New York, NY

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Rachel Whiteread, Squashed, 2010 Relief print on handmade paper 27 x 37 inches March 26 – April 30, 2011 Luhring Augustine is pleased to present Long Eyes, an exhibition of new sculpture and works on paper by Rachel Whiteread. This marks Whiteread’s eighth exhibition since the gallery began representing her in 1992. In Long Eyes, Whiteread continues her ongoing investigation of the domestic space and its significance as a potent site of memory and history. […]

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Caetano de Almeida, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY

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Caetano de Almeida, Eliseos, 2010 Acrylic on canvas 77 x 59 inches April 15 – May 15, 2011 Eleven Rivington is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Brazilian artist Caetano de Almeida, on view from April 15 – May 15, 2011. De Almeida has exhibited widely in Latin America and Europe for two decades, and this exhibition will mark his second solo exhibition in the United States. The show will feature recent […]

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Robert Barry: Recent Mirrorpieces, Sperone Westwater, New York, NY

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Robert Barry, Light and Dark, 2010 Black mirror, mirror, painted texts; 2 parts 39 x 39 inches each March 31 – April 30, 2011 Sperone Westwater is pleased to announce an exhibition of recent works by Robert Barry. Exhibiting since the early 1960’s, Barry maintains a Minimalist aesthetic while working within a Conceptual framework. In this exhibition of four recent works, Barry expands his series of Mirrorpieces, which consist of mirror and glass panels inscribed […]

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Juan Uslé: Desplazado, Cheim & Reid, New York, NY

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Juan Uslé, Inclinado (Nikritin), 2010 Vinyl, dispersion, and dry pigment on canvas 22 x 16 inches March 31 – May 7, 2011 Uslé’s abstractions are evocative of the colors, light and space of his Northern Spanish homeland and the density, energy and unpredictability of New York City. Born in Santander, Spain, in 1954, Uslé studied art in Valencia and moved to New York in the late 1980s; he had his first solo show in 1988. […]

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Jennifer Faist: Reflection, Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

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Jennifer Faist, Carousel, 2010 Resin, oil, alkyd, and acrylic on wood 17 x 52 x 1.5 inches April 23 – June 4, 2011 Jennifer Faist engages in a rigorous material process where color sets an emotional timbre and pattern anchors the conceptual and compositional core of the work. Faist begins her process on stacked plywood boards which are sanded, gessoed and then painted on with thick layers of paint. The patterns created in the first […]

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Elizabeth Murray: Painting in the ’70s, The Pace Gallery, New York, NY

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Elizabeth Murray, Möbius Band, 1974 Oil on canvas, 14 x 28 inches (35.6 cm x 71.1 cm) Collection of Ellen Phelan and Joel Shapiro March 31 – April 30, 2011 The Pace Gallery is pleased to present its eighth exhibition devoted to the work of Elizabeth Murray and the gallery’s first exhibition since Murray’s death in 2007. Elizabeth Murray: Painting in the ‘70s will feature thirty oil on canvas paintings created between 1970 and 1980, including […]

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William Lamson: Divining Meteorology, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN

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Installation / performance view April 8 – August 28, 2011 Brooklyn-based artist William Lamson (b. 1977) forges a captivating exploration of forces of nature and the passage of time through his inventive, often poetic interventions into natural and man-made environments. To create Divining Meteorology, Lamson reanimated a former communications tower by transforming it into an instrument. Originally designed to withstand the trials of nature, this monumental tower was relocated from the Missouri countryside to the […]

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Jan Maarten Voskuil: Closing the Gap, Salamatina Gallery, Manhasset, NY

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May 6 – May 31, 2011 The Salamatina Gallery in Americana Manhasset is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in the U.S., Closing the Gap, by acclaimed Dutch artist Jan Maarten Voskuil. The artist will show a selection of new works never seen before. In conjunction with Jan Maarten’s exhibition the Salamatina Gallery will present a collaborative symposium on Sunday, May 8, 2:30 – 4:30 pm including Matthew Deleget, Founder/Director, MINUS SPACE and Erik Saxon, […]

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Tomislav Nikolic: Eidos, Yuill/Crowley Gallery, Sydney, Australia

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Installation view. April 16 – May 14, 2011 Tomislav Nikolic’s paintings have always presented centralized fields of colour. In this current series of twelve works the centre is built up by several layers of transparent washes of marble dust and pigment that coalesce into a deep yet luminous colour-field. At the edges of these washes, the colours separate into fine lines, dribbles, strokes, and zips of colour that subtly reveal the underside of the surface […]

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Daniel Göttin: Angles and Edges, Factory 49, Sydney, Australia

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Daniel Göttin, Sketch for installation with colored felt pieces in corners, on edges and doors 12 x 12 cm each April 21 – May 14, 2011 Since 1990, Daniel Göttin has been examining the interaction between material, space, and visual appearance. He has conceived and developed his space installations according to the information that the given spatial situation offers. His interest is in the equal dialogue between the already existing and a specific intervention. This […]

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Minus / Plus, Galleri Kant, Esbjerg, Denmark

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Kyle Jenkins, Urban Geometry #298, 2010 Acrylic on linen 60 x 50 cm April 23 – July 10, 2011 It’s with great pleasure we cordially invite you to join us at the opening of “MINUS / PLUS”, a group exhibition presenting reductive art from two generations. Bodil Manz (1943), Leif Kath (1945), Kyle Jenkins (1974) og Michael Boelt Fischer (1975) have individual artistic practices which converge together within a shared methology of deconstructing and reconstructing […]

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Richard Serra Drawing: A Retrospective, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

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Richard Serra, out-of-round X, 1999 Paintstick on handmade Hiromi paper 79 ½ x 79 inches Private Collection April 13 – August 28, 2011 Organized by the Menil Collection, the first retrospective of the drawings of American contemporary artist Richard Serra will be on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art from April 13, 2011, through August 28, 2011. Richard Serra Drawing: A Retrospective traces the crucial role that drawing has played in Richard Serra’s work […]

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Fist City, Fowler Arts Collective, Brooklyn, NY

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E.J. Hauser, Curtains, 2011 Oil on canvas April 23 – May 7, 2011 Fowler Arts Collective is pleased to present Fist City, an exhibition of abstract paintings by EJ Hauser, Logan Grider, Matt Phillips, and Nathlie Provosty. A fist is the hand’s best attempt to organize itself. More often than not, our attempts to create order and meaning only remind us of how lawless and mysterious life actually is. What does the inside of your […]

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John Beech and Kathrin Kunz, Galerie Gisèle Linder, Basel, Switzerland

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John Beech, Small Rolling Platform #69, 2010 Plexiglas, enamel paint, cloth, and casters 5 x 18 x 6 inches April 20 – May 21, 2011 New York artist John Beech will make new sculpture on site for his upcoming exhibition at Galerie Gisèle Linder in Basel. Beech does not view this project as an installation, but rather as a group of individual works that are related yet distinct. The sculpture is fabricated from ordinary building […]

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Karlos Cárcamo: Till the Break of Dawn, Dean Project, New York, NY

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Karlos Cárcamo, Hard Edge Painting (Stan 153), 2011 Latex and enamel paint on canvas over panel 48 x 48 inches April 7 – May 14, 2011 “Combining my interest in urban culture and art history I navigate toward making work that is in constant dialog with each other. Through the use of high and low cultural iconography and art historical references I create a working space between both cultural identities in which samples could be […]

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70 Years of Abstract Painting – Excerpts, Jason McCoy Gallery, New York, NY

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Russell Roberts, I Want That Information, 2004 Oil on linen 22 x 18 inches (55.9 x 45.7 cm) April 6 – May 20, 2011 Jason McCoy Gallery is pleased to present 70 Years of Abstract Painting – Excerpts, which brings together an eclectic group of artists, including: Josef Albers, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Peggy Bates, Norman Bluhm, Giorgio Cavallon, Cora Cohen, Gene Davis, Fridel Dzubas, Joe Fyfe, James Gahagan, Al Held, Maxwell Hendler, Hans Hofmann, Sharon Horvath, Terrell James, Paul Kelpe, […]

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Manfred Mohr: parallelResonance, DAM, Cologne, Germany

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Installation view March 23 – April 21, 2011 ParallelResonance is the latest series of Manfred Mohr and the software pieces are exhibited for the first time internationally at Gallery [DAM] Cologne. parallelResonance is the 4th cycle of artwork, which Manfred Mohr produced as a software artwork, beside a series of pictures. In the series Mohr is exploring in his characteristically straight forward forms and colours the tension fields between the shifting black and white lines […]

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Kenneth Noland: Paintings, 1958-1968, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, NY

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Installation view March 17 – April 30, 2011 Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce its first solo exhibition of paintings by Kenneth Noland, on view in the Chelsea gallery from March 17 – April 30. The exhibition, “Kenneth Noland: Paintings, 1958-1968,” will feature major paintings dating from the artist’s first decade of mature work. It will include significant early examples of the circle, stripe and chevron compositions that would become Noland’s signature forms throughout […]

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Changha Hwang: Three-Fold, Benrimon Contemporary, New York, NY

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Changha Hwang, Satellite 3/3, 2010-2011 Acrylic on cotton canvas 28 x 28 inches April 7 – May 7, 2011 Benrimon Contemporary is pleased to announce Three-Fold, Changha Hwang’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Hwang creates abstract paintings that deal with spatial and temporal notions of painting. The artist’s main concern is the relationship between the “Controlled” and the “Uncontrolled” in the process of composing color, line and shape in painting. Hwang is fascinated by […]

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Nancy White, Jancar Jones Gallery, San Francisco, CA

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Nancy White, #8 (Emerald Green), 2011 Acrylic on paper mounted board 7 x 8.5 inches March 23 – April 23, 2011 Jancar Jones Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of new work by Bay Area artist Nancy White. The show will include a number of acrylic paintings on paper mounted board. This will be her second solo exhibit with the gallery. In her new body of work White continues to explore the perceptual relationship […]

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