May, 2017

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Announces Kate Rhoades: Karen

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Announces Kate Rhoades: Karen

In Kate Rhoades: Karen, on view June 25 – September 3, 2017, Oakland-based artist Kate Rhoades brings attention to the Junk Lady, the memorable supporting character in Jim Henson’s 1986 cult classic film Labryinth. In the original movie, the Junk Lady appears as a surly woman who obsessively collects rejected furniture, pots, pans, and children’s […]

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440 Gallery Introduce Two New Artists

440 Gallery Introduce Two New Artists

Janet Pedersen finds inspiration in color and patterns of light and dark in a landscape. If she decides to add a figure, she directs an angle or gesture of the pose so that it becomes part of the landscape, reinforcing the overall design. She moves through the painting process fairly quickly with bold, loose brush […]

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PAINTINGS BY FRITZ BULTMAN FOR BRUNEAU & CO.’s SALE

PAINTINGS BY FRITZ BULTMAN FOR BRUNEAU & CO.’s SALE

Featured lots will include five paintings by the American abstract expressionist Fritz Bultman (1919-1985) A Summer Antiques & Fine Art Auction featuring over 400 lots of original artwork, vintage lamps, American and European bronze sculptures, and a broad selection of fine art glass will be held Saturday, June 3rd, by Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, online […]

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New world records for Dale Nichols and Alice Mattern paintings

New world records for Dale Nichols and Alice Mattern paintings

A large-format oil on canvas painting by Dale Nichols (Am., 1904-1995), titled Mid-Nation Winter, sold for $120,000 – a new record price for the artist at auction – at a Fine Art Auction held May 4th by Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers, online and in the gallery at 354 Woodmont Road in Milford. The work dated […]

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The Glass House Presents Robert Indiana ONE through ZERO

The Glass House Presents Robert Indiana ONE through ZERO

The Glass Housepresents the first public installation world-wide of the complete set of Robert Indiana’s ONE through ZERO, ten 6-foot-high COR-TEN steel sculptures that were conceived in 1980 and executed in 2003. Visitors will find these monumental works located in a field just to the south of the Glass House itself, where they have been […]

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BMA Presents the Photographic Work of Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind and Minor White

BMA Presents the Photographic Work of Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind and Minor White

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) explores abstraction through more than 40 photographs by three of the most important and influential American photographers of the 20th century: Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind, and Minor White. Black, White & Abstract: Callahan, Siskind, White, on view May 17-October 1, 2017, is drawn from the museum’s Prints, Drawings & […]

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ARTIST GLENN LIGON CURATES BLUE BLACK EXHIBITION EXPLORING MULTIPLE MEANINGS AND USES TWO COLORS ACROSS ARTISTIC PRACTICES

ARTIST GLENN LIGON CURATES BLUE BLACK EXHIBITION EXPLORING MULTIPLE MEANINGS AND USES TWO COLORS ACROSS ARTISTIC PRACTICES

The Pulitzer Arts Foundation announces Blue Black, an exhibition guest-curated by influential American artist Glenn Ligon. With more than 50 works ranging from abstraction, to portraiture, to “outsider art,” experimental film, textiles, and more—and including examples by Ligon—Blue Black explores a multiplicity of meanings and uses of the two colors. These include their deployment as […]

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