Loretta Howard Gallery is pleased to present David Row: Counter Clockwise on view through Saturday, October 20th, 2018.
David Row: Counter Clockwise
David Row in studio


Currently on view at Loretta Howard Gallery's Window Project (291 Grand Street)
David Row's Tools.
david row window

Loretta Howard Gallery Artist Updates:
Larry Poons featured in documentary film The Price of Everything

The Price of Everything premiered at 2018 Sundance Film Festival and is directed by Nathaniel Kahn. Coming to theaters in October.

HBO poster

Nicolas Carone Solo exhibition at the Boca Raton Museum of Art
Nicolas Carone's ' Shadow Dance' on view April 24th- July 22nd, 2018 at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Photos by Jacek Gancarz/ Courtesy of the Boca Raton Museum of Art.

Nicolas Carone: Shadow Dance


Gallery View

Ronald Bladen Monograph to be released Fall 2018
Ronald Bladen TABF Cover

Official Monograph Press Release from The Artist Book Foundation

Ronald Bladen


Ronald Bladen (1918–1988) occupies a unique position in the history
of postwar art. Best known for his monumental sculptures, Bladen was
regarded as an artistic forerunner by Minimalist artists such as Donald
Judd, Sol Lewitt, and Carl Andre. Distinct from the matter-of-fact work
of these artists, Bladen’s pieces are tributes to the monumentality of
sculpture, what the artist called “presence.” His large objects fill entire
rooms, pressing outward against the walls and ceilings; themes include
the force of gravity, the dynamism of planar surfaces, the impact of scale,
and the emotional power of confrontation with the viewer.

Bladen’s early career took place in San Francisco where he became
friends with Allen Ginsburg, Jack Kerouac, and Al Held. During those
years, he created Earth Drawings made from soil and water, as well as
powerful, densely textured paintings that suggest topographical forces. At
Held’s suggestion, Bladen came to New York City in 1956, where he became
a founding member of the cooperative Brata Gallery.

In New York, Bladen produced collages of folded paper followed
by plywood reliefs that were exhibited at Green Gallery. He then devoted
his attention to grand, freestanding sculptures constructed of black
plywood panels that covered complex wooden armatures. He exhibited
Three Elements (1965) in the breakthrough exhibition Primary Structures
at The Jewish Museum in 1966, a steel version of which is in the collection
of the Museum of Modern Art, and presented his enormous sculpture X
(1966) in the courtyard of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC,
with sculptures by Barnett Newman and Tony Smith.

During the later 1960s and 1970s, Bladen received important public
commissions for towering steelworks in New York City, Seattle, Albany,
New York, Buffalo, Baltimore, Düsseldorf, Germany, and Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia. In the 1980s, he created geometrically intricate and reflective
wall reliefs that have never been exhibited, and he taught young artists at
Parsons School of Design. The physical power of his art is highly regarded
by a generation of sculptors, including Mark di Suvero, Richard Serra,
and Ursula von Rydingsvard.

This first monographic study of Bladen’s art connects him to the
artistic, intellectual, and social forces of his age. Copiously illustrated,
it presents a comprehensive record of his oeuvre and documentary
photographs of his working process, in addition to a complete chronology,
bibliography, and exhibition list.

Robert S. Mattison, Marshall R. Metzgar professor at Lafayette College,
Easton, PA, is the author of numerous books, articles, and exhibition
catalogues on modern art, including Franz Kline: Coal and Steel, Arshile
Gorky: Works/Writings, and Robert Rauschenberg: Breaking Boundaries.
Mark di Suvero builds large-scale sculptures out of industrial materials.
His work has been shown across the US and Europe, and is in many
prominent permanent collections including the Museum of Modern Art,
New York, NY, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY.

Friedel Dzubas Monograph by Patricia L Lewy, Ph.D forthcoming release by Skira Milan, 2018
Friedel Dzubas by Patricia Lewy
The highly anticipated Friedel Dzubas Monograph written by Patricia L Lewy Ph.D will be published by Skira Milian, 2018. The exhibition Friedel Dzubas: Gestural Abstraction will be held in conjunction with the celebration of its forthcoming release. For more information on the release date please visit Friedeldzubas.org.

Shirley Goldfarb to be included in Denmark exhibition A Short History of Abstraction, Spring 2018.
Goldfarb's Untitled (64)
Unititled, 1957
Shirley Goldfarb, Untitled (64), 1957, Oil on canvas, 7 x 5 1/2 inches

Shirley Goldfarb's Untitled (64), 1957 is currently on view through September 2nd, 2018 in A Brief History of Abstraction – curated by Julie Sass at the Rønnebæksholm.

Please visit www.roennebaeksholm.dk for more information.

Larry Poons featured in Sundance 18' Documentary The Price of Everything
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.

Recent Installations by Loretta Howard Gallery Artists

Richard Anuszkiewicz at 499 Park Avenue
Centered square paintings by Richard Anuszkiewicz are on view in the lobby of 499 Park Avenue in New York City from September 29, 2016 to January 13, 2017. The exhibition, titled Richard Anuszkiewicz: Line and Space, includes Anuszkiewicz's 1979 series Metamorphosis of Cadmium Red along with two other large-scale paintings.

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

Cleve Gray at 780 Third Avenue
Blue Circles, 1980
Untitled, 1968
Cleve Gray's Blue Circles(1980) and Untitled (1968) are currently on view at 780 Third 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'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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