Gordon Parks: Half And The Whole

Jack Shainman Gallery is pleased to announce Gordon Parks: Half and the Whole, on view at both gallery locations. As a photographer, film director, composer, and writer, Gordon Parks (1912-2006) was a visionary artist whose work continues to influence American culture to this day. In collaboration with the Gordon Parks Foundation, this two-part exhibition featuring […]

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ADGER COWANS

Whether you’re using film, digital, print-making, it’s all about the emotion in the photograph or painting or whatever. Capturing those feelings that come through you—if you’re honest and true, it translates so that other people can feel them. Cowans is one the most influential artists of his generation. Adger Cowans (b. 1936) was one of […]

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LORNA SIMPSON IN PLACE

A selection of collaged work by the acclaimed artist is part of a new online solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, titled “Give Me Some Moments.” The digital show encompasses works originally created for a planned solo exhibition at the gallery’s Hong Kong location for early March, as well as several works created in the […]

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TAKE THE HOUSE

Malin Gallery is presenting an exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Oliver Lee Jackson: Take the House. Based in Oakland, the 84-year-old artist has been pursuing his singular artistic vision for over five decades.Take the House is the gallery’s third solo exhibition of work by Jackson and follows his acclaimed exhibition at the National Gallery, […]

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JOHN DOWELL– PHOTO EXHIBITION ON COTTON

Laurence Miller Gallery presents the New York City debut of John Dowell’s COTTON: Symbol of the Forgotten. Dowell blends a unique mixture of spiritualism, historical awareness, racial angst and deft technique to create photographic works that inspire the viewer to recognize the injustices imposed upon the black community, especially in New York, over the past 400 […]

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WARDELL MILAN: PARISIAN LANDSCAPES, BLUE ZENITH

David Nolan Gallery presents Parisian Landscapes, Blue Zenith, an exhibition of new works by Wardell Milan. For his second solo exhibition at the gallery, the artist has created large-scale collages, paintings, and various photo-based works. The term “Blue Zenith” is borrowed from a passage in Ralph Waldo Emerson’s 1836 essay “Nature” describing “the point in […]

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY SIMONE LEIGH AT LUHRING AUGUSTINE IN CHELSEA

Luhring Augustine is pleased to present recent sculptures and a new video work by Simone Leigh, marking her first solo exhibition with the gallery. Leigh’s practice is an object-based exploration of vernacular visual traditions from throughout the black diaspora and their intersection with constructions of black female subjectivity, black feminist discourse, histories of radical resistance, […]

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NINA CHANEL ABNEY’S NEW WORKS AT JACK SHAINMAN

Jack Shainman Gallery is presenting Nina Chanel Abney’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Combining representation and abstraction, her work captures the frenetic pace of contemporary culture, broaching subjects as diverse as race, celebrity, religion, politics, sex, and art history. The series of new paintings presented here explores the tumultuous relationships between exterior and interior, […]

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WOMEN UNITE

          Michael Rosenfeld Gallery presented this summer The Time Is Now, a group exhibition featuring thirty-two artists whose work the gallery has consistently championed for three decades through thematic group exhibitions as well as multiple solo shows. The exhibition, which takes its title from a protest sign captured by Bettmann on Fifth Avenue […]

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SANFORD BIGGERS DEBUT AT MARIANNE BOESKY

                            Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present Selah, Sanford Biggers’ first solo exhibition with the gallery. Through symbolic gestures and imagery Biggers creates an experience that highlights often overlooked cultural and political narratives in American History. The artist’s expansive body of […]

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Where Art is Real & Up Close

The West Harlem Art Fund (WHAF) was selected to create a site specific installation for the Affordable Art Fair in October, 2012 at the Tunnel. WHAF will present Brooklyn based artist Iliana Emilia Garcia to create the installation “Story Piles”. Story Piles is a sculpture built up using antique wooden chairs and life stories. The […]

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