March, 2011

Lyons Wier Gallery presents Jan Huling at SOFA NEW YORK  2011  PARK AVENUE ARMORY April 14 – 17, 2011

Lyons Wier Gallery presents Jan Huling at SOFA NEW YORK 2011 PARK AVENUE ARMORY April 14 – 17, 2011

Lyons Wier Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new sculptural work by artist Jan Huling at SOFA NEW YORK 2011, April 14-17, at the Park Avenue Armory, in New York. Neither sketched nor planned, Huling’s three-dimensional works draw inspiration from her travels to India and Mexico, as well as imagined, playful scenes […]

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MoMA Presents German Expressionism The Graphic Impulse

German Expressionism: The Graphic Impulse focuses on the explosive production of graphic art—prints, drawings, posters, illustrated books, and periodicals—associated with Expressionism, the broad modernist movement that developed in Germany and Austria during the early decades of the 20th century. The movement encompasses a host of individuals and groups with varying stylistic approaches who shared a […]

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Kurt Schwitters Color and Collage at Princeton University Art Museum

Kurt Schwitters Color and Collage at Princeton University Art Museum

Princeton University Art Museum presents Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage. On View March 26 through June 26, 2011. Kurt Schwitters (1887–1948) was an integral part of Germany’s revolutionary art and intellectual movements in the tumultuous wake of the First World War. He is one of the most enduring figures of the 20th century international avant-garde, […]

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Lisson Gallery Opens Exhibition of New Work by Angela de la Cruz

Lisson Gallery Opens Exhibition of New Work by Angela de la Cruz

Lisson Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by Angela de la Cruz. Fiercely emotive, de la Cruz’s work examines the language of painting and sculpture, challenging the established norms and testing the boundaries of both mediums. On view through April 30, 2011. Says Lisson Gallery’s Curatorial Director Greg Hilty, “De la Cruz’s fierce independence […]

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Laura Ann Jacobs Sculpture at Hal Katzen Gallery

Hal Katzen Gallery presents Laura Ann Jacobs premiere exhibition in New York. This will be her first exhibition with Hal Katzen Gallery located at 459 Washington street in Tribeca. Jacobs is known for ornate sculptural pieces, alive with color and bejewel-ment, yet buried within the ornamentation is a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the limits to which […]

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Gagosian Gallery Opens Exhibition of Paintings and Works on Paper by Richard Prince

Gagosian Gallery Opens Exhibition of Paintings and Works on Paper by Richard Prince

Gagosian Gallery presents “Richard Prince: de Kooning” an exhibition of paintings and works on paper. This coincides with “Richard Prince: American Prayer” at the Bibliothèque nationale de France, an exhibition of American literature, ephemera and artworks from Prince’s personal collection. On view MARCH 30 – MAY 21, 2011. Prince’s “de Kooning” series is a process […]

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Roy Lichtenstein Kiss V Drawing for New York Sale

Roy Lichtenstein Kiss V Drawing for New York Sale

Lichtenstein to be offered at the Post-War and Contemporary Evening Sale at Christie’s New York on May 11, 2011. The drawing was acquired for a mere $10 in 1965, is expected to realize more than one million dollars at Christie’s in May. Drawing for Kiss V (estimate: $800,000-$1,200,000), rendered in graphite and wax crayon on […]

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