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    Rashaad Newsome: Herald digital catalog 


    For more information on Rashaad Newsome please click here.

    Summary: View the digital catalog from Rashaad Newsome's exhibition Herald at Marlborough Chelsea, October 20-December 3, 2011

  • News

    Beverly Pepper in Sculpture Magazine  

    Sculpture Magazine's Judith Hoos Fox interviews the renowned sculptor Beverly Pepper in the article, "Space is a Living Thing." The interview, in the September issue of the magazine, coincides with the annoucement that Pepper will be honored with the International Sculpture Center's 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award alongside Nancy Holt.

    Below, is an excerpt from the interview of Pepper speaking about the interplay of the opposing forces of geomerty and organic form in her work:

    "Opposing forces are integral to any serious work of art, especially when using organic forms within geometric ones or vice-versa. These opposing forces give a dynamic to the work, with an internal dialogue. They are so integral to our lives spent immersed in urban landscapes where geometry dominates, just as they respond to tensions between experiential material and abstraction or conceptial thought, between extremes such as chaos and order, change and regime. As a maker, of course, my energies flow from and toward forces that exceed any imposed system analysis. And always, these forces are inseparable from the materials themselves- stone, iron, grass, trees, the contours of a geological stratum."

    To read the full interview, pick up the latest issue of Sculpture Magazine.

    ISC's 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award Gala | Learn more about the artist Beverly Pepper





    Summary: Judith Hoos Fox interviews Beverly Pepper in the September 2013 issue of Sculpture Magazine

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    George Rickey in ArtDaily 

    Jun 04 2013 - Oct 31 2013

    ArtDaily highlights The Mount's 16th annual SculptureNOW exhibition of outdoor sculpture, titled, "Confluence." This year's exhibition featured outdoor sculptures by George Rickey, Jonathan Prince, Tim Prentice and 19 additional artists. "Confluence" is on view at The Mount in Lenox, Massacusetts through October 31, 2013.

    ArtDaily Article | SculptureNOW Exhibition Page | Learn More about George Rickey



    Summary: George Rickey's sculptures are a part of The Mount's "Confluence" exhibition on view through October 31st

  • News

    Hunt Slonem in the Wall Street Journal 

    L'Oreal Paris celebrated the launch of their new Mascara collection by hosting a cocktail party in painter Hunt Slonem's Chelsea studio. Hunt Slonem is known for his painting of tropical birds, butteflies and rabbits; he recently had a solo exhibition at Madison Gallery in La Jolla, California.

    Click here to read the full Wall Street Journal article, "Butterflies, Birds and Black Streaks at Hunt Slonem's Chelsea Studio" by Mike Vilensky. To learn more about Hunt Slonem and his artwork click here.


    Summary: L'Oreal Paris celebrated the launch of their new Mascara collection at Hunt Slonem's studio

  • News

    George Rickey Sculptures on the Terrace at Marlborough Gallery 

    George Rickey is internationally regarded as among the most inventive and influential sculptors of the twentieth century. His iconic kinetic works were the outgrowth of experiments with wire and metal that began during his service in World War II. By the late 1950s and 1960s he reduced sculptural forms to simple, geometric shapes such as rectangles, trapezoids, cubes, and lines and largely limited his materials to stainless steel, creating a body of work that is a mesmerizing combination of minimalism and movement.
    For more informaiton on George Rickey please click here
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    Red Grooms & Stephen Hannock in Conversation at Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) 

    Sep 28 2013 - Sep 29 2013

    On Saturday, September 28th at 5:30pm the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) will host a public conversation between artists Red Grooms and Stephen Hannock. Hannock, winner of the 2013 Frederic E. Church Award, will interview Red Grooms about his life and work and his current exhibition on view at BMAC titled, "Red Grooms: What's the Ruckus?"

    Admission for the event is $10, and $8 for BMAC members.

    Exhibition Information | More artwork by Red Grooms


    Summary: Red Grooms & Stephen Hannock will participate in an artist's discussion at BMAC

  • Graphics

    Diane Tuft at the Southampton Center 

    Jul 12 2013 - Aug 04 2013

    "The Artic 2001-2008," an exhibition of Diane Tuft's stunning photographs of the effects of infared and ultraviolet light on the natural landscapes of Greenland and Iceland, will be on view at the Southampton Center in Southampton, New York from July 12- August 4, 2013.

    Tuft's photographs document the effects of high levels of these light spectrums, usually found in places suffering from ozone depletion. On view is a selection of photographs taken in 2007 of the icebergs in Greenland's Disko Bay: the color photographs record the colors of the ultraviolet light being reflected off the surface of the icebergs; the black-and-white photographs, taken with infared film, records the amount of resulting heat or infared light being reflected off the surfaces of the same icebergs. The other photographs on view, of glaciers in Iceland taken from 2001 to 2008, illustrate the effects of ultraviolet light on this landscape over time: the icebergs appear dramatically diminished in size in the later photographs.

    The exhibition opens with a cocktail reception on July 12 from 6-8pm, followed by a screening of the award-winning documentary Chasing Ice at 8:30pm. More information on the exhibition can be found here. Additional information on the artist and her work can be found here.


    Summary: An exhibition of photographs by Diane Tuft is on view at the Southampton Center from July 12- August 4, 2013

  • News

    Red Grooms in TimeOut New York  

    Jun 28 2013 - Jan 05 2014

    Tomorrow at the Children's Museum of Manhattan, Pop-artist Red Grooms's exhibition titled, "Red Grooms's New York" will open. Time Out New York calls is a "must-see" for children and art enthusiasts. Click here for a preview of what to expect at the Children's Museum of Manhattan.

    "Red Grooms's New York," is on view at The Children's Museum of Manhattan from June 28 through January 5, 2014. Click here to visit the museum's exhibition page to learn more about the exhibit.



    Summary: Red Grooms's solo exhibition, "Red Grooms's New York City" will open tomorrow at the Children's Museum of Manhattan

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    Rashaad Newsome at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) 

    Jun 21 2013 - Sep 15 2013

    Renowned video, performance and collage artist Rashaad Newsome currently has a solo exhibition, titled, Rashaad Newsome: King of Arms at the New Orleans Museum of Art. This is Newsome's first solo exhibition in Louisianna, it explores the artist's interest in ornaments, systems of heraldy and Baroque grandeur by displaying many of his large-scale collages on view to the public for the first time. In addition to the exhibition, NOMA has installed a special video presentation of Newsome's Herald (2011) in NOMA's Great Hall.

    Click the links below to read some of the rave reviews of Rashaad Newsome: King of Arms

    The Huffington Post | The Times-Picayune | NOLA Defender

    Rashaad Newsome: King of Arms is on view at the New Orleans Museum of Art until September 15th, 2013. To learn more about the exhibition, visit NOMA's website by click here.





    Summary: "Rashaad Newsome: Kings of Arms" will be on view at NOMA from June 21st through September 15th

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    Red Grooms at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) 

    Jun 29 2013 - Oct 20 2013

    From June 29th through October 20th the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) will display a solo exhibition of Red Grooms' work titled, "Red Grooms: What's the Ruckus?" The exhibition will explore the three central themes in Grooms' work- the circus, the city, and the art world. "Red Grooms: What's the Ruckus?" will offer viewers the chance to explore these themes through the various medias Grooms works in- including his life-size sculptures, "sculpto-pictoramas" and relief paintings.

    To learn more about "Red Grooms: What's the Ruckus?" visit the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center's exhibition page. Click here to learn more about the artist.


    Summary: A solo exhibition of Red Grooms' work titled, "Red Grooms: What's the Ruckus?" will be on view at BMAC