Anthony Meier Fine Arts is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings, drawings and sculptures by New York based artist Kate Shepherd. News from Biathlon highlights discrete trains of thought in Shepherd’s work.
Gorchov’s distinctive and assertive saddle-like stretchers were created in the late 1960s as an alternative to the pervasive Greenbergian formalism of the time, evidenced in the dominance of minimalist sculpture. The stretchers offered a foil to the novel images, as yet seldom seen in contemporary painting.
The exhibition will include a range of geometric and organic abstract paintings made between 1958-1991, as well as over twenty unique lithographs from 1949-1950.
Mamie Holst distances her subject matter with the use of a limited palette of black, white, and gray. This helps the paintings close down on notions of illustration and, as well, expand out into diagrams.
Marc Selwyn Fine Art is pleased to announce a unique exhibition of sculpture by Mel Bochner. In this show, Bochner recreates a seminal 1991 Milan exhibition in which he added luminous color to his historic 1970's sculptures.
Allegra LaViola Gallery is pleased to present Grid List, curated by Patrick Morrissey and Mark Sengbusch. Grid List presents 16 artists, 13 working in geometric abstraction, and three working quite “gridless”. Their conceptual fodder ranges from sports to math and science to film, graphic design and video.
In his essay for the exhibition catalogue, William Agee describes Hofmann as going against the grain of the artistic canon of the day; “His art was too big, too bold, to be encapsulated in a few years after 1945, the years we generally identify as the heyday of abstract expressionism.”
Organized by artists Matthew Deleget (New York) and Emi Winter (Oaxaca), the exhibition MINUS SPACE en Oaxaca: Panorama de 31 artistas internacionales features 31 reductive artists from around the world associated with MINUS SPACE in Brooklyn, New York.
Edouard Malingue Gallery is delighted to announce that it will hold the first solo exhibition in Asia by the renowned Scottish artist Callum Innes.
Rachel Uffner Gallery is pleased to present a show of new work by Sam Moyer. For her second solo show at the gallery, Moyer will exhibit pieces that continue her examination of the liminal space between the two- and three-dimensional, albeit in a larger, more imposing scale than her work has explored before.
The meticulous nature of Wilson’s work as a whole, combined with his very personal use of color and surprising structural relationships, garners the imagination of the viewer and rewards those who are willing to slow down and look.
Donald Moffett: The Extravagant Vein marks the first comprehensive survey of Donald Moffett’s investigations into art history, paint, and form, providing insight into the breadth and range of his practice over the past twenty years.
Rhodes’ work carries strong reference to post-painterly and hard-edge abstraction in addition to the deep influence of pop appropriation spanning from commercial signage to the guerilla tactics of amateur street advertising. As with his previous bodies of work, Rhodes channels the aesthetic practices of public visual economy into his abstractions.
Gary Snyder Gallery is pleased to announce Max Gimblett: The Holy Grail, an exhibition of paintings and drawings at 529 West 20th Street. Opening on March 1, 2012, the exhibition is Gimblett’s first in a New York gallery since 2005.
Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers are pleased to present the second solo exhibition by Robert Morris in Berlin. The American artist is displaying a selection of space-related works which offer an historical overview of his involvement with sculpture.
Exploring the process of making something from nothing, Finch presents a series of works, across a broad range of media, inspired specifically by the actuality of his studio. At the core of Finch’s practice is his on-going investigation into the nature of light, colour, memory and perception: he uses scientific method to poetic effect, examining the mechanics and mystery of perception.
March 2 - April 21, 2012
MINUS SPACE is delighted to announce the exhibition Russell Maltz: The Ball Park Series, 1977-2012. This is the New York-based artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery and his first in New York in over a decade. The exhibition presents the first comprehensive overview of the artist’s ongoing Ball Park Series spanning the past 25 years.