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Richard Anuszkiewicz: Translumina Series (1989-1993)

enter site "The ideas I work on are essentially timeless. If you're working with present-day matter, your work can grow old and unimportant. Working with basic ideas will always be exciting, and if color or form is visually exciting in any profound sense, it will be that way ten or twenty years from now also.” –Richard Anuszkiewicz

Loretta Howard Gallery is pleased to present Richard Anuszkiewicz: Translumina Series (1989-1993), opening February 15th, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm, running through March 17th, 2018. The Translumina Series focuses on the artist’s shaped geometric paintings on wood panels. The Anuszkiewicz paintings shown in this exhibition are sculptural low relief wood constructed paintings of intertwined boxes that induce cerebral illusions of transparency and solid forms. Richard Anuszkiewicz’s conception of the Translumina series was derived from his involvement with three-dimensional works after the creation of the Temple series.

Richard Anuszkiewicz trained at the Cleveland Institute of Art before receiving his masters of Fine Arts from Yale University, where he studied under Josef Albers. Considered one of the founders and major forces of the 1960’s and 70’s Op-Art movement, Anuszkiewicz’s work provokes optical transformations that result from both the primary and high-intensity colors he applies to his geometric configurations. Anuszkiewicz’s work focuses on the effects of structure and full intensity color when juxtaposed.

A fully illustrated catalogue will accompany the exhibition with an essay written by Professor Emeritus at The Sorbonne and Director of the Musée d'Orsay, Serge Lemoine. For additional information and press inquiries, please contact Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle at 212-695-0164 or Christiana@lorettahoward.com.


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Richard Anuszkiewicz: Translumina Series (1989-1993)
Richard Anuszkiewicz: Translumina Series 1989-1993 opening on Thursday, February 15th - Saturday, March 17th, 2018


go here Ronald Bladen and George Sugarman works featured in Abu Dhabi leg of Historical Inventing Downtowninternational exhibition
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Ronald Bladen Japanese, c. 1956-1959 and George Sugarman's Four forms in walnut, 1959 both featured in the historical Inventing Downtown that toured this past year. NYU's Abu Dhabi Art Gallery was the exhibitions last venue, running October 4, 2017, through January 13, 2018.


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Friedel Dzubas by Patricia Lewy
The highly anticipated Friedel Dzubas Monograph written by Patricia L. Lewy will be published and available for purchase February 2018.


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Shirley Goldfarb, Untitled (64), 1957, Oil on canvas, 7 x 5 1/2 inches

Shirley Goldfarb's Untitled (64), 1957 will be included in the Rønnebæksholm exhibition this coming Spring 2018.


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Larry Poons
Loretta Howard Gallery is pleased to announce Larry Poons' featured in the Sundance nominated Documentary The Price of Everything, directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker, Nathaniel Kahn. Chronicling the role, dealers, auctioneers, and artists hold in weaving together the art worlds cultural and commercial tapestry, the film also features interviews with the likes of Jeff Koons, Gerhard Richter, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, and Larry Poons.


http://coconutcharcoalindonesia.com/?decerko=cfd-handel-%C3%BCbungsdepot-60-sekunden&8dd=e0 David Row's Split Infinitive, 1990 to included in Pepe Karmel's publication Abstract Art, Autumn 2019
Split Infinitive, 1990
David Row, Split Infinitive,1990, Oil on canvas, 88 x 116 inches

Scheduled for an Autumn 2019 publication date, Abstract Art will be a scholarly and original survey of abstract art, discussing the roots of abstraction in nineteenth-century movements as well its development in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.


Recent Installations by Loretta Howard Gallery Artists

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"The Thing Unseen: A Centennial Celebration of Nicolas Carone" curated by Ro Lohin will be on view, September 5th-October 15th, 2017, in conjunction with our exhibition, Nicolas Carone: Imaginary Portraits, September 7th-October 28th, 2017.

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Nassau County Museum of Art
Richard Anuszkiewicz's "Magenta Fire" will be featured in Nassau County Museum of Art's Fool the Eye exhibition, curated by Franklin Perrell, November 18th, 2017 through March 4th, 2018.

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Friedel Dzubas "Over the Hill" featured in the Associated Press, courtesy of Drake Anderson Interiors New York.

Cleve Gray at 717 Fifth Ave
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Works from Cleve Gray's calligraphy series, (Clash #12, Considering All Possible Worlds #9, Untitled (1990), and Untitled (1991)) installed at 717 Fifth Avenue.

David Row at Five Bryant Park
Five Bryant Park
Works from David Row's shaped paintings installed at Five Bryant Park (1065 Sixth Avenue).

Joel Perlman in Bridgehampton
Joel PERLMAN
Joel Perlman's "Sebonic Circlesteel " recently commissioned in Bridgehampton, New York.

Larry Poons at Dennis Miller Showroom
Dennis Miller
Larry Poons' "Kinderszenen" installed in Dennis Miller's New York Showroom.

George Sugarman at 1440 Broadway
1440 Broadway
George Sugarman's "Threesome" installed at 1440 Broadway.

Edward Dugmore at Greenstein Lab
Greenstein Lab
Edward Dugmore's "Aspen Quartet", "1961-R", and "1961- F" installed at The Greenstein Lab in Seattle, Washington.

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"The ideas I work on are essentially timeless. If you're working with present-day matter, your work can grow old and unimportant. Working with basic ideas will always be exciting, and if color or form is visually exciting in any profound sense, it...
Photo credit: @Nyuadartgallery Instagram page Ronald Bladen Japanese, c. 1956-1959 and George Sugarman's Four forms in walnut, 1959 both featured in the historical Inventing Downtown that toured this past year. NYU's Abu Dhabi Art Gallery was the...
The highly anticipated Friedel Dzubas Monograph written by Patricia L. Lewy will be published and available for purchase February 2018.
Shirley Goldfarb, Untitled (64), 1957, Oil on canvas, 7 x 5 1/2 inches Shirley Goldfarb's Untitled (64), 1957 will be included in the Rønnebæksholm exhibition this coming Summer 2018.
Loretta Howard Gallery is pleased to announce Larry Poons' featured in the Sundance nominated Documentary The Price of Everything, directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker, Nathaniel Kahn. Chronicling the role, dealers, auctioneers, and artists hold...