Photos by G. Various Artists.
Here are 10 art exhibits worth your time in New York in March 2014:
Sarah Lucas – “Nud Nob” at Gladstone Gallery (located at West 24th Street) through April 26, 2014.
Desire Obtain Cherish
Desire Obtain Cherish – “We Are Known By The Company We Keep” at Unix Gallery – through May 6, 2014.
Gary Taxali – “Unforget Me” at Jonathan Levine Gallery through March 22, 2014.
How and Nosm
How and Nosm – “Way Things Are” at Pace Prints through April 5, 2014.
“New Work” by Jim Campbell at Bryce Wolkowitz – through April 19, 2014
Jordan Wolfson at David Zwirner through April 19, 2014.
Julie Oppermann – “Palinopsia” at Joshua Liner Gallery through March 29, 2014.
Thrush Holmes – “More” at Mike Weiss Gallery through April 5, 2014.
Kevin Cyr – “Right Place, Right Time” at Jonathan Levine Gallery – through March 22, 2014
Various Artists – “The Last Brucennial” at 837 Washington Street through April 4, 2014.
Photos by G. Art by Gerhard Richter.
Gerhard Richter – Strip Paintings. Now showing at Marian Goodman Gallery in New York through October 13, 2012.
New York! Make sure you go and check out Gerhard Richter’s latest exhibit “Painting 2012” at the Marian Goodman Gallery. There’s no way you can see the detail in these photos as they simply must be experienced in person. I sat there for a good 30 minutes, letting my eyes lose a little focus and within seconds, I was no longer in a gallery but inside a Gerhard Richter painting!
Gerhard Richter – Strip Paintings. Partial Gallery View.
In addition to numerous strip paintings which will definitely bend your noodle, as they say, a new glass sculpture from Richter is on display. I was fortunate enough to meet the artist at the opening reception and he was gracious enough to take a photo with me as you can see below. Thanks again Mr. Richter!
Gerhard Richter and Geoffrey Dicker
“Paintings 2012” by Gerhard Richter is showing at Marian Goodman Gallery (located at 24 West 57th Street, 4th Floor) in Manhattan through October 13, 2012.
Photos by G. Art by Cindy Wright and Mark Fox, respectively.
Cindy Wright - New Works. Showing at the Mark Moore Gallery in Culver City, CA through July 9, 2011.
Los Angeles! See two cool exhibits under one roof at the Mark Moore Gallery in Culver City. First is “New Work” by Belgian artist Cindy Wright. Cindy Wright is a contemporary photorealist painter whose subject matter will startle you and her technique will wow you.
In the project room at the Mark Moore Gallery is a solo exhibition from New York artist Mark Fox entitled “Statute.” “Statute” features a combination of installation, metalwork and his trademark intricate paper cut-outs.
Mark Fox - Statute.
Both exhibits are on display at the Mark Moore Gallery (located at 5790 Washington Blvd. in Culver City, CA) through July 9, 2011.
Photos taken with my hand. Art by Don Porcella.
Don Porcella and G.
At the opening reception for Judith Schaechter’s latest exhibit Beauty and the Beef at the Claire Oliver Gallery in New York, I had an experience of art imitating life imitating art and it was really cool! Earlier this month at the Claire Oliver Gallery, I was finally able to put a name with the art I’d been seeing and enjoying for many months. The work was done by the one and only Don Porcella and he has a very interesting style where he uses pipe cleaners in his mixed media sculptures. His latest work “An Art Dealer and His Artist” was just installed at the gallery and the first time I laid my eyes on it, I fell in love. As you can see from the below picture, the art dealer has the artist on a leash (and you can draw your own conclusions about the brilliance of that statement). In the middle of my admiration for this work, Don Porcella, the artist of this fantastic sculpture appeared!
An Art Dealer and His Artist by Don Porcella.
We had a really great conversation about art and music, my favorite things, and Don Porcella was super cool! The Renaissance Man also mentioned that he’s in a band and he’ll be playing at a venue near you very soon. If his music is anything like his art, it’s going to be very awesome, according2g. As we were talking, I was professing my love for his latest work as we can all relate to being enslaved by our “owners,” yet sometimes we need to do what we’ve got to do to get to the next level. Also, the sculpture represented a picture within a picture to me as hard work sometimes turns a person from the slave to the slave-master. Seconds later, Don Porcella, imitating his art, reenacted that vision and I have to say, I loved every second of it.
An Art Dealer and His Artist and The Artist...
Thanks again to Don Porcella for creating really great art and being really cool! You can see “An Art Dealer and His Artist” at the Claire Oliver Gallery, which is located at 513 West 26th Street in New York.