Joel Perlman Featured in Dan's Paper
A Chat With Joel Perlman in Dan's Paper
This week’s cover of Dan’s Papers features a sculpture by renowned Water Mill sculptor Joel Perlman. Here, he discusses the creation of his “Big Round II” cover sculpture, his favorite metals to sculpt with and his latest project debuting this winter.
Cleve Gray in Connecticut Modern: Art, Design, and the Avant-Garde, 1930–1960 at the Bruce Museum
For three decades, Connecticut was a true international center of innovation in the arts. Although turn-of-the-century landscape painting has been justly celebrated at the Bruce and elsewhere, the significance of the state’s place in the history of 20th century modernism has gone largely unnoticed. September 23, 2023 to January 7, 2024.
Richard Anuszkiewicz: Knots and Concatenations, 1986-2020
The “Knots” series are among the last paintings that Richard Anuszkiewicz (1930-2020) worked on in his studio at the time of his death. This group of five, presented here for the first time, are perfect examples of illusionism-shattering flatness. As John Dorfman points out in the forthcoming catalogue, the third dimension is present, but in an ambiguous, even paradoxical way. The squares and rectangles are made up of strips that overlap, going over and under each other. Colors seem to oscillate back and forth, each seeming to be in front for a moment and then recede to allow the other to come forward.
Ronald Bladen: Angle/Edge/Plane at SUNY Westchester Community College
This fall, The WCC Art Gallery presents Angle / Edge / Plane, The Sculpture of Ronald Bladen (1918-1988), on view from September 8, 2022, through November 30, 2022. Ronald Bladen was an American painter and sculptor renowned for his large-scale sculptures. On exhibit are scale models of Bladen's larger work, accompanied by hand-drafted engineering drawings.
Art and Spirituality at the Fourth Universalist Society - Kiki Smith and Faith Ringgold
The Fourth Universalist Society in the City of New York is pleased to present its second art installation with works by world renowned artists; Faith Ringgold and Kiki Smith. Installed above the altar and in the chapel, the artworks seek to align the values of the congregation with the sacred space. The Fourth Universalist Society is located at 160 Central Park West, at 76th Street.
Richard Anuszkiewicz featured in Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Richard Anuszkiewicz’s Centered Green (1979) is featured in Going Global: Abstract Art at Mid-Century at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.
Remembering Maureen Howard, 1930 - 2022
In well-reviewed works like “Natural History” and “A Lover’s Almanac,” she was intent, a fellow writer said, on “making the novel do and hold more.”
Maureen Howard, who first drew wide attention in 1965 with her novel “Bridgeport Bus,” which came to be regarded as a precursor to second-wave feminism, and went on to write ambitious, well-regarded books for 45 more years, died on Sunday in Manhattan. She was 91.
Architectural Digest: Central Park Tower in Association with Lauren Rottet Studios
Today Architectural Digest takes you high above Midtown Manhattan to tour a $38.5 million home on the 92nd floor of Central Park Tower, the tallest residential building in the world. Designer Lauren Rottet explains the choices she made in creating the interiors as we have a look around this super-luxurious New York property with eye-popping views of Central Park.
Loretta Howard Gallery specializes in classic Post War American art with an emphasis on artists who came to prominence in the 1950s and 1960s.
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.
David Row: The Shape of Things at CMCA, 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.”
In his teen years, Row’s family began summering on Cushing Island in Casco Bay, first in a series of rented cottages, then purchasing a house in 1968. Accessible only by private boat and with no vehicular traffic allowed, Cushing is a world apart. In the early 1990s, Row and his wife Kathleen built their own house and studio on the island. “The studio became a major part of my working life from the summer of 1994 to the present,” Row says, “I live and work there now for five months each year.”
A Tribute to Barbara Rose in the Brooklyn Rail
A Tribute to Barbara Rose
Ronald Bladen Traveling Exhibition
Angle/Edge/Plane: The Sculpture of Ronald Bladen is a collection of models, drawings, and photographs from the estate of Ronald Bladen and the Loretta Howard Gallery in New York. This exhibition was organized The Ewing Gallery of Art + Architecture, University of Tennessee Knoxville, and has travelled to Herron School of Art + Design, Purdue University, Indiana, Peoria Riverfront Museum, Peoria Illinois, and The Sarah Moody Gallery of Art , University of Alabama.
Richard Anuszkiewicz in Art & Antiques Magazine
Richard Anuszkiewicz featured in the February 2021 issue of Art & Antiques Magazine. PDF available for download below.
Joel Perlman in Field of Dreams at the Parrish Art Museum
WATER MILL, NY 8/17/2020—The Parrish Art Museum announces Field of Dreams—part of the new Art in the Meadow initiative created to activate the Museum’s extensive outdoor spaces, enlivening them with performances, projections, and an extensive sculpture exhibition that engages and responds to the Parrish’s architecture and landscape.
The Life & Work of Ronald Bladen: A Live Discussion Panel
Join us at 1pm ET for a live conversation over ZOOM with sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard, author Dr. Robert S. Mattison, and painter Torkwase Dyson, to discuss the life and work of Ronald Bladen. The discussion will be lead by William Corwin and we'll conclude with a poetry reading by Simone White.
In Memory of Richard Anuszkiewicz, 1930-2020
Loretta Howard Gallery is saddened by the passing of our dear friend and gallery artist, Richard Anuskiewicz. Richard died on May 19, 2020 in Englewood, New Jersey.
The Wall Street Journal - A Crush That Led To a Brush - Larry Poons
The Wall Street Journal article about Larry Poons, featuring "Rock and Roll" which was featured in Specific Forms, in March 2020
Larry Poons, 82, is an abstract painter best known for his “dot” and “throw” paintings. “Larry Poons” (Abbeville), a book-length monograph of his work from the 1950s to the present, will be published in September. He spoke with Marc Myers.
Specific Forms Review in Two Coats of Paint
On its own terms: “Specific Forms” at Loretta Howard - Two Coats of Paint, contributed by Kim Uchiyama
Stephen Antonakos: Late Light/Gold Works 2010 - 2013 Review by Mary Ann Caws in the Brooklyn Rail
This past Friday the 13th of December, in the dismal rain, was a deliciously gilded day for anyone who went to Chelsea to contemplate the undismal sheen of these “late light gold works.” Created late in the life of Stephen Antonakos, and luminous, all these radiant outpourings and inpourings of a sun inside a mind shine forth.
Bringing Cleve Gray’s Threnody to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine
An initiative to bring the Threnody murals to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City is underway for 2021. The Cathedral, a sacred architectural landmark, is renowned for presenting significant works at the intersection of art, faith, and the struggle for human rights.
Ronald Bladen Book Launch at NYU
In celebrating the completion of Ronald Bladen: To Conquer Space we invite you to a book launch party at NYU. Author Robert S. Mattison in conversation with artist Dorothea Rockburne, curator and author Melissa Rachleff Burtt, and Loretta Howard.
STEPHEN ANTONAKOS: A MODERNIST’S BYZANTIUM
At the Morgan Library
Please join us on Wednesday, November 20th at 7:00 PM for the Hellenic-American Cultural Foundation’s presentation of STEPHEN ANTONAKOS: A MODERNIST’S BYZANTIUM, at the Morgan Library and Museum, 225 Madison Ave. The dialogue between Helen Evans, Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator for Byzantine Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Robert Storr, artist, curator, and writer, will be preceded by Idith Meshulam Korman playing Nikos Skalkottas’s Piano Pieces.
This catalogue was published on the occasion of the 2019 exhibition, ANGLE/EDGE/PLANE: The Sculpture of Ronald Bladen, organized by Sam Yates, Director of Galleries at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
George Sugarman on view at Consortium Museum; Dijon, France
May 16th, 2019 - October 20th, 2019
Curated by Franck Gautherot et Seungduk Kim
Hyperallergic - Edith Schloss admires Edward Dugmore in a letter to Basquiat
Hyperallergic publishes an honest letter from Edith Schloss to Jean-Michel Basquiat - she refers to Edward Dugmore as “a master who knows what to do with his craft and his troubles”
Joel Perlman "Roundhouse" at The Scalpel, London
Loretta Howard Gallery congratulates Joel Perlman on his completed sculpture "Roundhouse", commissioned for The Scalpel, 52 Lime Street, London EC3
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Richard Anuszkiewicz featured in "Bauhaus and America. Experiments in Light and Movement"
Westphalian State Museum of Art and Cultural History; Münster, Germany
November 9, 2018–March 10, 2019
Richard Anuszkiewicz works on view in "Bauhaus and America. Experiments in Light and Movement" at Westphalian State Museum of Art and Cultural History in Münster, Germany. Anuszkiewicz is featured along with artists such as Anni Albers, Robert Rauschenberg, Bruce Nauman, etc.
Francine du Plessix Gray 1930-2019
The New Yorker
Loretta Howard Gallery remembers Francine with great love and admiration.
KinoSaito is a nonprofit organization and art space dedicated to all forms of abstract art, in the interdisciplinary spirit of its founding muse, Kikuo Saito.
David Row's "Split Infinitive" to be included in Pepe Karmel's publication "Abstract Art"
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.
David Row Counter Clockwise Review in Art Critical
George Sugarman at MAMCO, Geneva in group show: Pattern, Decoration & Crime
MAMCO returns through this important collective exhibition on an artistic movement from the 1970s to the 1980s entitled "Pattern & Decoration", which enjoyed international success in the 1980s, then recession in the following decades.
Nicolas Carone Solo Exhibition at Boca Museum of Art
Images from 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.
We remember Irving Sandler with great fondness and respect.
Larry Poons and Roberto Caracciolo to be included in Barbara Rose's "Painting after Postmodernism"
"Edward Dugmore, Abstract Expressionist Inspired by nature"