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Roberto Caracciolo: A Few Changes For a New Start
Roberto Caracciolo: A Few Changes For a New Start

Loretta Howard Gallery is pleased to present an online exhibition direct from Italy. Gallery artist Roberto Caracciolo has completed a series of 20 small canvases shown here in his studio in Rome. Available individually, or in groups, these intimate paintings are executed in the artist's signature assured and elegant style. Inspired by observing the beauty of the flowers on his terrace, but disciplined by the geometry of the square format, the ensuing suite was a constructive product of the Covid-19 lockdown.

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.” 

The Brooklyn Rail: Sacred Spaces: Art and Spirituality review by Mary Ann Caws
The Brooklyn Rail: Sacred Spaces: Art and Spirituality review by Mary Ann Caws

Loretta Howard and her gallery have planned this amazing and ongoing celebration of the way in which art can enhance an entire life of religious ritual. This immediate burgeoning of new work, relating, in the case of the great Greek artist Antonakos, to Byzantium and the sacred gold background, responds to just what we might have been suffering lately, in view of the crises in the world beyond the building whose art we are celebrating.

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