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David Row: The Shape of Things, Exhibition Catalogue
David Row: The Shape of Things, Exhibition Catalogue

David Row: The Shape of Things provides a selected survey of the artist’s shaped paintings from the mid-1970s to the present. A 96-page fully illustrated hardcover monograph, with essays by artist and critic Ken Greenleaf and art historian Karen Wilkin is now available.


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David Row: The Shape of Things Exhbition Video
David Row: The Shape of Things Exhbition Video

Loretta Howard Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition video of David Row's The Shape of Things, at The Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland, Maine.

The Shape of Things is the first major exhibition of painter and master printmaker David Row’s work in his home state. Born in Portland, in 1949, Row is a multi-generational Mainer. His father’s family settled in Perry, a small town in Washington County near the Canadian border, in the early 19th century. Row visited the family homestead many times as a child and thought of it “as the wildest place I’d ever seen.” 

Ronald Bladen on view at the Katonah Museum of Art
Ronald Bladen on view at the Katonah Museum of Art

Two outdoor sculptures by Ronald Bladen are currently on view at the Katonah Museum of Art, in Katonah New York, through December of 2021. 

Ronald Bladen (1918–1988), a pivotal figure of postwar American art, was regarded as an artistic forerunner by Minimalists like Donald Judd, Sol Lewitt, and Carl Andre. But in contrast to the matter-of-fact work of these artists, Bladen’s sculptures are charged with emotional power. ‘Grand’, ‘singular’ and ‘iconic’ are among the words used to describe Ronald Bladen’s sculptures. ‘Transcendent’ is another and perhaps more apt. Bladen’s work combines scale, geometry, and architectural form in an exchange between matter and spirit.

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