Torben Giehler: Lateralus, Leo Koenig Gallery, New York, NY

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Torben Giehler, Pyrite, 2011 Acrylic on canvas 27.5 x 27.5 inches May 12 – June 18, 2011 Leo Koenig Inc. is pleased to announce the fifth solo exhibition of new paintings by Torben Giehler. Giehler is known for his geometric abstractions, influenced by futuristic universes, and finished with mathematical precision. In a departure from the vibrant color palette and electrified vortex of his previous paintings, these new works extend a zen-like calm, alchemically fusing the […]

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Elspeth Pratt: NONETHELESS, David F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, Portland, OR

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Elspeth Pratt, Implantation, 2007 Mat board 18 x 32 x 8 inches February 1 – March 6, 2011 The Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, is proud to present NONETHELESS, the first U.S. solo exhibition of Vancouver B.C. artist Elspeth Pratt, an artist who has had a deep impact on Vancouver’s internationally recognized visual arts culture. In the words of writer Robin Laurence, “Elspeth Pratt is one of Canada’s most accomplished and possibly […]

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Art and Architecture: An Interview with Brad Cloepfi (Part I), PORT, August 11, 2008

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  Allied Works Architecture Maryhill Overlook, 1999 Photo by Sally Schoolmaster  “Brad Cloepfil is the principal of Allied Works Architecture in Portland, Oregon. Allied Works is a nationally recognized architecture firm that has recently completed projects like the extension to the Seattle Art Museum, the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis and is currently finishing the Museum of Art & Design at 2 Columbus Circle in New York. PORT recently sat down with him to […]

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Frelinghuysen Morris House & Studio

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    George L. K. Morris and Suzy Frelinghuysen, prolific abstract artists since the late 1930s, were a remarkable couple at the leading edge of the national and international art scene. Collectors and intellectuals, they created a Berkshire home that reflected their aesthetic worlds. Frelinghuysen and Morris are today being widely rediscovered and evaluated as significant figures in the history of American art. Now you can tour their world, preserved just as it was when […]

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Interview with Richard Bottwin, by Rossana Martinez

The following interview was published on MINUS SPACE in March 2004 in conjunction with Richard Bottwin’s spotlight exhibition.   Rossana Martinez: I would like to start our interview at the beginning of your career. You came of age as an artist during the early 1970s in and around New York City. What kind of work were you making at that time? Were there any specific artists, exhibitions, or events that had a profound impact on […]

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