Peter Halley: Works from the 80’s, Galerie Andrea Caratsch, Zurich, Switzerland


Peter Halley, Yellow Cell with Triple Conduit, 1986 Acrylic, day-glo acrylic, and Roll-a-Tex on canvas 196 x 196 x 8.5 cm Galerie Andrea Caratsch will be showing an exhibition of works from the 80’s by the American artist Peter Halley. In 1981, one year after returning to New York, Peter Halley creates his first seminal works. The experience of urban alienation, isolation and psychological stress are reflected in gloomily painted rectangles and lines, depicting walls, […]

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Op Out of Ohio: Anonima Group, Richard Anuszkiewicz, & Julian Stanczak in the 1960s, D. Wigmore Fine Art, New York, NY


Julian Stanczak, Untitled #15, 1969 Acrylic on panel, 24 x 24 inches April 15 – July 9, 2010 D. Wigmore announces the exhibition with catalogue, Op Out of Ohio: Anonima Group, Richard Anuszkiewicz, and Julian Stanczak in the 1960s. The exhibition will feature over 30 paintings from 1959 to 1970 by Richard Anuszkiewicz (b.1930), Julian Stanczak (b.1928), and the three artists of the Anonima Group: Ernst Benkert (b.1928), Francis Hewitt (1936-1992), and Ed Mieczkowski (b.1929). […]

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Ethan Greenbaum & Katrin Siguroardottir, The Suburban, Chicago, IL


January 24 – February 24, 2010 The Suburban is pleased to present The Suburban, a solo exhibition by artist Ethan Greenbaum. Greenbaum’s work is concerned with architectural and cultural blank spots. He frequently uses ubiquitous sites like sidewalks or printer paper as his subject matter. Removing these sources from a functional context, he manipulates them to open new associative possibilities. For the exhibition, Greenbaum will be installing objects and architectural modifications that engage with the […]

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Jack Tworkov: True and False, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, NY


Jack Tworkov, Variables II, 1964-65 Oil on canvas, 60 x 80 inches January 15 – February 20, 2010 Jack Tworkov was among the central figures of New York’s Abstract Expressionist school. Throughout his more than five-decade career, he created paintings and drawings distinguished by their intensity of gesture and intellectual rigor. In the period covered by the exhibition (1960-1975), Tworkov began to move away from his interest in the purely gestural composition and toward a […]

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Maya Lin: Recycled Landscapes, Salon 94, New York, NY


Maya Lin, Trash Asteroid, 2009 Bottle caps, 26 x 26 x 26 inches September 24 – November 13, 2009 Salon 94 presents Maya Lin: Recycled Landscapes, an exhibition of small-scale sculpture made from discarded children’s toys and salvaged materials. This body of work continues Lin’s investigation into our connection to the environment, but here on a smaller, domestic scale. The exhibition is built around eight spherical objects that bring to mind a constellation of small […]

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Ad Reinhardt, by Michael Corris, Reaktion Books, January 2008, £25.00

  Purchase on Born in Buffalo, New York, Ad Reinhardt (1913–1967) was a highly influential pioneer of conceptual and minimal art. His influence as teacher, writer, activist and critic was as significant as his art – Reinhardt taught at Brooklyn College from 1947 to 1967, and during this time also lectured at the California School of Fine Arts, the University of Wyoming, Yale University and Hunter College, New York. In latter times Ad Reinhardt […]

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