An exhibition featuring works by Larry Poons and Jules Olitski is on view March 16th - April 1st in Islamorada, Florida. Click here to read the exhibition press release.
Click here to read Leslie Rankow on Edward Dugmore.
Click here to read "Revisiting Abstract Expressionism: Edward Dugmore, opening tonight at Loretta Howard Gallery"
Click here to read "The Subtle Madness of Larry Poons and Jean Dubuffet" by Robert C. Morgan.
Inventing Downtown: Artist Run Galleries in New York City, 1952 - 1965 will be on view at the NYU Grey Art Gallery from January 10 - April 1, 2017. The exhibition is curated by Professor of Art Management Melissa Rachleff and includes works by...
Through February 2017, paintings by Cleve Gray are on view in the lobby of The Corning Glass Building at 717 Fifth Ave. The installation is a collaboration between Loretta Howard Gallery and Art Assets. For images and further information, see http...
Threesome (1968 - 1969) by George Sugarman is currently on view at 1440 Broadway in New York's garment district. Curated by Art Assets, Sugarman's sculpture is joined by works by Emilio Cavallini.
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Gallery artists Ronald Bladen and George Sugarman are featured in the exhibition Chromatic Space at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center in downtown Manhattan. Curated by Jonathan D. Lippincott, the exhibtion is on view through November 5th.
Click here to read "Man of Steel" by Peter Malone.
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...
Paintings by Larry Poons are included in Painting After Postmodernism, Belgium - USA at the Vanderborght in Brussels. Curated by art historian Barbara Rose, the exhibition is in collaboration with the Roberto Polo Gallery. It is on view from...
Click to read Jonathan Lippincott on Painted Sculpture
Click to Read Stephen Maine on 4 x 1
David Row from SVA MFA Fine Arts on Vimeo.
Quicksand: Judy Pfaff at Loretta Howard and Pavel Zoubok
Read the interview with Jan Garden Castro.
Read the review of Out of 10th Street and Into the 60s.
Take Another Look: Irving Sandler, Out of 10th St and Into the 60s.
The International Sculpture Center has named Judy Pfaff and Ursula von Rydingsvard as its 2014 recipients of the Lifetime Achievement in Sculpture Award.
Read about Alice Aycock's most recent installation on Park Avenue as featured in the New York Times. Park Avenue, the Art Gallery by Ted Loos
Read the review by Holland Cotter in The New York Times.
Read the review by Albert Mobilio here.
Read Embracing the Whole: John Ashbery and his things by Chris Randle
Excerpted From: Review of Exhibitions in New York, London & Madrid
Modern and Contemporary Exhibitions
New York, London and Madrid
by DAVID ANFAM
In complete antithesis to any mechanistic aura, Larry Poons’s fourteen new abstract canvases at...
View a video walkthrough of DNA: Strands of Abstraction by James Kalm.
"[A] show that mingles classic modernism with contemporary modernism is “DNA: Strands of Abstraction,” curated by Paul Sinclaire and staged by Loretta Howard (through August 2). The first painting that hit me as I walked through the door was a very...
Joel Perlman’s sculptures will be on display in the Frieda and Roy Furman Sculpture Garden, open daily, and the Wasserstein Family Gallery at Guild Hall from Saturday, June 15 - Monday October 14th, 2013.
Read Randee Silv's review of Shirley Goldfarb: A Retrospective on Resolve 40
Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories Are Worth Repeating is on view untill July 13, 2013 at the Grey Art Gallery at NYU and the Parish Art Museum
Shirley Golfarb reviewed by The New York Social Diary
"Half of a two-gallery show is better than none in the case of this maverick formalist’s recent efforts. Four paintings left up past the original closing date attest to his latest version of “all-over” surface compositions, painted one relatively...
T Bone Burnett named Larry Poons as one of his influences. Read the profile here in New York Magazine.
Larry Poons reveiwed by Robert C. Morgan in The Brooklyn Rail
Larry Poons: New Paintings was included in Art in America's The Lookout
Larry Poons: New Paintings
By Peter Plagens
With his big Color Field "dot" paintings, Larry Poons was one of the stars of the Museum of Modern Art's 1965 "op art" exhibition, "The Responsive Eye." The same sort of work got him included as the...
Franz Kline Coal and Steel, curated by Robert Mattison will be on view at Baruch College's Sidney Mishkin Gallery from February 8 to March 5th, 2013
A diptych by Richard Anuszkiewicz is on view at Galeria Nara Roesler until February 16, 2013 as part of the exhibition Buzz, curated by artist Vik Muniz.
Read the feature on Ronald Bladen in artdeal magazine
Read the review by Franklin Einspruch here.
Read the review by Phillis Ideal here.
Read the full review here.
Read the review in On-Verge.
Read the Review in Garage Magazine
Read the review in Art in America
Read the review of the exhibition at articritical.com
Franklin Einspruch reviewed Friedel Dzubas, Arrested Motion: 1961-1971 in the New York Sun. Read the reviewonline.
You can read the review online here.
Join us on Saturday, October 22 at 4:00pm for an afternoon with independent curator Jason Andrew, as he discusses his recent exhibition and publication: JACK TWORKOV: Accident of Choice, The Artist at Black Mountain College 1952.
Mr. Andrew will...
Please join us Wednesday, October 19th at 6:00 pm at Loretta Howard Gallery for a reading of poetry from Black Mountain College. Light refreshments will be served. Seating is limited.
Francine du Plessix Gray
“Freidel Dzubas / Dan Christensen Color Field Painters” is on view in the Lobby Gallery of 499 Park Avenue through December 30, 2011.
Listen to WAMC Radio’s September 9th audio tour of Art Omi Sculpture park, featuring commentary on the work of Ronald Bladen.
David Ebony of Art in America recently reviewed Velocity: Larry Poons, at Sam & Adele Golden Gallery. Read his review “Hard-Won Dues: A Mini-Retrospective for Larry Poons.”