• News

    David Rodríguez Caballero: Digital Catalog 

    Press Release

    The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce an exhibition of recent work by the Spanish-born artist, David Rodríguez Caballero entitled Vinyls. This will be the first showing of the artist’s works in vinyl in the United States, a body of work that complements his established sculptural practice. Rodríguez Caballero is known for his compelling and rigorous methods of defining space, light and color using various metals in the way another artist might manipulate fabric or paper. The exhibition will open on Thursday, February 4th and will remain on view through March 5th, 2016. 

     

     

  • News

    George Rickey: Digital Catalog 

    Press Release

    The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce George Rickey: Selected Works from the Estate 1954-2000, an important exhibition of works by the artist at Marlborough Gallery opening on February 4 and continuing through March 5, 2016. The exhibition features monumental and small-scale indoor and outdoor sculptures from the artist’s estate, many of which have never before been exhibited. The exhibition consists of 34 works covering the breadth of Rickey’s career.

     

     

     
  • News

    Paula Crown Profiled in 'Art Pulse' Magazine 

    Paula Crown is profiled by Craig Drennen in the latest issue of Art Pulse magazine.  A link to the full article is available here.

    http://images.paulacrown.com/www_paulacrown_com/ArtPulseFinal.pdf
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    Summary: Paula Crown Profiled in 'Art Pulse' Magazine

  • News

    Michele Oka Doner is to be Honored as the Featured Artist at the 2016 Naples Winter Wine Fesitval 

    Jan 29 2016 - Jan 31 2016

    Press Release

    Michele Oka Doner is to be honored as the Featured Artists at the 2016 Naples Winter Wine Festival, which will be held from January 29-31 at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples, Florida.  Guests will have the opportunity to bid on a custom-designed chandelier by Oka Doner specifically for the festival.  The artist, who is originally from South Florida, has described the chandelier as “a work of art and symbolic gesture, as it is my intention to add more light to a community that ennobles itself with continuous generosity."  Proceeds from the festival go directly to the Naples Children & Education Foundation (NCEF).

    For tickets and more information regarding the 2016 Naples Winter Wine Fesitval, click here.

     

    http://www.napleswinefestival.com/
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    Summary: Michele Oka Doner is to be honored as the Featured Artists at the 2016 Naples Winter Wine Festival

  • News

    Alice Aycock joins Marlborough Gallery 

    Press Release

    The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce the addition of acclaimed American sculptor Alice Aycock to its roster of artists. Marlborough Gallery will field a major exhibition of Aycock’s work, both in the main gallery space and on the terrace at 57th Street, in October 2017. Of her new relationship with the gallery, the artist remarks, “I am looking forward with great enthusiasm to my partnership with Marlborough Gallery and my continued examination of sculptural assemblages which reference waves, wind turbulence, turbines, and vortexes of energy.”

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    Summary: Alice Aycock joins Marlborough Gallery

  • Print Fair

    Marlborough Gallery's IFPDA Print Fair Booth Reviewed in The New York Times 

    Marlborough Gallery’s booth at the IFPDA Print Fair has been featured in The New York Times.  The review by Ken Johnson of the exhibition of selected prints by Louise Bourgeois from 1989 to 2007 singles out the diptych of “mysterious, crazy-looking cats”, Male and Female.  The IFPDA Print Fair continues through November 8th at the Park Avenue Armory. Marlborough Gallery can be found at booth 314.

    To read the full article click here.

     

    Summary: Marlborough Gallery's IFPDA Print Fair Booth Reviewed in The New York Times

  • Print Fair

    Marlborough Graphics will participate in the 2015 IFPDA Print Fair 

    Nov 04 2015 - Nov 08 2015

    Marlborough Graphics is pleased to announce its participation in the 2015 IFPDA Print Fair to be held at the Park Avenue Armory from November 4 through November 8.  We will be showing selected prints by Louise Bourgeois.

    More information about the IFPDA Print Fair can be found here.

    Summary: 2015 IFPDA Print Fair, November 4-8, Park Avenue Armory, New York

  • International Public Art

    Videos: Beverly Pepper Monumental Sculptures in Rome and New York  

    Oct 24 2015 - Nov 12 2015

    Monumental sculptures by Beverly Pepper featured in this video shot at the Museo dell’Ara Pacis in Rome in 2014, are now currently on view in New York.  The sculptures Drusilla Senior, 2014, and Sulla Senior, 2014, can be seen on the terrace at Marlborough Gallery.

    Beverly Pepper all'Ara Pacis from gregory whitmore on Vimeo.

     

    My Circle, 2008, featured in this video, is currently on view at Union Square Triangle through May 2016.  

    Beverly Pepper: My Circle from Marlborough Gallery on Vimeo.

  • New York

    Jacques Lipchitz: Digital Catalog  

    Oct 22 2015 - Nov 21 2015

    Press Release

    The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce Jacques Lipchitz: Selected Sculpture and Drawing from 1911 to 1972, an extensive survey of the 20th Century master’s varied oeuvre, which will open on October 22nd and remain on view through November 21st. 82 sculptures as well as 47 drawings are featured in this overview of the career of Jacques Lipchitz.

     

     
  • News

    Beverly Pepper in Union Square Park 

    Oct 22 2015 - May 31 2016

    Press Release

    In special recognition of Beverly Pepper’s 93rd birthday, the Directors of Marlborough Gallery, NYC Parks and the Union Square Partnership are pleased to announce that the monumental sculpture My Circle, 2008, will be exhibited at the Union Square Triangle beginning October 22, 2015 through the end of May 2016.

    My Circle continues the artist’s contemplation of time, materiality and place, and is part of Curvae, her series of curved forms. By using Cor-Ten steel, a corrosion-resistant material that naturally and quickly develops a weathered-looking patina, Pepper is able to speed up the oxidation process, and in so doing suggest the concept of elapsed time through the sculpture’s skin of rust.