‘Surface Sensible’ Emanuel Proweller. Venus Over Manhattan

Forty years after his death, French artist of Polish descent Emanuel Proweller (1918-1981) is the subject of a first U.S. solo presentation since 1963. Celebrated for bright, geometric paintings that announced the arrival of La Nouvelle Figuration in Paris, Proweller pioneered a style that presaged the bold, iconic Pop works of his American…

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Susumu Kamijo – Venus Over Manhattan

Known for his graphic compositions that feature abstracted poodles, Susumu Kamijo will present a suite of new paintings at Venus Over Manhattan’s Great Jones Street location, beginning on 12 October 2022. For his first project with the gallery, Kamijo introduces a series of new elements into his much loved visual lexicon: birds and foliage will…

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Myrlande Constant: ‘Drapo’. Fort Gansevoort NYC

In December, Fort Gansevoort will debut its first exhibition with celebrated Haitian textile artist Myrlande Constant. Featuring a suite of new works, Drapo follows the presentation of Constant’s work in the 59th Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition: The Milk of Dreams, curated by Cecilia Alemani. Based in Port-Au-Prince, Constant is best known for her…

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Keiichi Tanaami. Venus Over Manhattan

Revered in Japan as a leading figure of postwar art and progenitor of the Japanese Pop and Superflat movements, 86 year-old Keiichi Tanaami will unveil an optically dazzling suite of new large-scale paintings in his first exhibition with Venus Over Manhattan. Tanaami’s art is celebrated for its unbridled approach to…

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Barking At A Knot: Trying The Impossible, Yee-Haw!

There are few subjects in American history that can ignite the imagination as much as the mystery, adventure, and mythology associated with the American Frontier. A romanticized and often misunderstood period of US history, the Old West utilized a vernacular perfect for the dusty and gritty lifestyles of the region’s…

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Sebastiano Ricci at Christopher Bishop Fine Art

NEW YORK – Christopher Bishop Fine Art will exhibit a long-lost work of art from the 18th century by Italian master Sebastiano Ricci from September 16 – October 15, 2022. The painting, titled Diana and Endymion, generated great excitement during its debut at the prestigious art fair TEFAF Maastricht, The Netherlands, from…

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Edward Lear – Moment to Moment. Ikon Gallery

Ikon presents Edward Lear: Moment to Moment, the first exhibition dedicated solely to Edward Lear’s landscape sketches, running 9 September – 13 November 2022. It comprises 63 works – many exhibited for the first time – borrowed from various private and public collections, including the Yale Center for British Art, Houghton…

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Barkley L. Hendricks: Portraits at the Frick

New York (July 13, 2022)—Since opening to the public in 1935, The Frick Collection has inspired generations of artists, writers, and other makers, offering a singular experience of historic European art within the evolving culture of New York City. Barkley L. Hendricks (1945–2017) was one such artist. In the fall…

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