• News

    Red Grooms: Torn from the Pages II digital catalogue 

     

    This catalogue accompanies the Red Grooms exhibition, entitled Torn from the Pages II, on view at Marlborough Gallery from March 19 through April 19, 2014. This will be artist's second Torn from the Pages exhibition with Marlborough, a continuation of the first exhibition which took place from October to December of 2012. Red Grooms came to international attention through his early Happenings, like Burning Building (1959), and his famed three-dimensional constructions, such as Ruckus Manhattan, which was exhibited at Marlborough Gallery in 1976. He has worked in a variety of media, including film and theatrical performances. This exhibition comprises 19 small mixed-media constructions that explore and delve into the creative realms of other artists including Joseph Cornell, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Yayoi Kusama, Paul Klee, Edward Munch and Francis Picabia.

    Click the image below for a fullscreen view of the exhibition catalogue, using your left and right arrow keys, or your mouse, to turn the pages. View the full exhibition | Press Release

     

     
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    Chu Teh-Chun: digital catalogue 

     
    The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce an exhibition of rare works in Sèvres porcelain by the contemporary Chinese master painter, Chu Teh-Chun. The exhibition will consist of a selection twenty-seven hand-painted vases that the artist created over a two-year period and which were exhibited at the prestigious Guimet Museum of Asian Art in Paris in the summer of 2009. It was the first time that this museum exhibited work by a contemporary artist, and the show at Marlborough will be the first time these exquisite works will be seen in New York.  
     
    Click the image below for a fullscreen view of the exhibition catalogue, using your left and right arrow keys, or your mouse, to turn the pages. View the full exhibition | Press Release
     

     

  • Graphics

    Robert Weingarten: "Another America: A Testamonial to the Amish"  

    Feb 22 2014 - May 25 2014

    Marlborough Graphics is pleased to announce that Another America: A Testamonial to the Amish, an exhibition of Robert Weingarten's photographs of Amish communities from around the United States, has opened at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester, New York. The exhibition will be on view through May 25, 2014. The black-and-white photographs in the exhibition were taken over the course of four years in states including Indiana, Iowa, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. Because of the ban on photography in many Amish communities, Weingarten's photographs were taken from afar, from public spaces. However, there is no real sense of of distance- physical or cultural- in the artist's photographs; instead, the serene compositions provide the viewer with a look at everyday Amish life, devoid of any of the "strangeness" that has typically accompanied portrayals of Amish communities in the modern world.

    More information on the exhibition can be found here.

    More information on the artist and his work can be found here.

    Summary: Robert Weingarten, "Another America: A Testamonial to the Amish", George Eastman House, February 22- May 25, 2014

  • News

    Bill Jacklin - New York Paintings - 2014 

    Summary: Installation views of Bill Jacklin's 2014 show.

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    Grisha Bruskin - H-Hour - 2014 

    Summary: Installation views of Grisha Bruskin's H-Hour show.

  • News

    Robert Weingarten featured on Mail Online  

    Feb 22 2014 - May 25 2014

    Robert Weingarten's series of photographs of Amish life is featured on Mail Online. Weingarten spent four years documenting Amish communities in Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Tennessee. The series titled, "Another America: A Testimonial to the Amish," will be on view starting tomorrow at George Eastman House in Rochester, New York, and continues through May 25th. Click here to read the full online article and learn more about the artist.

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    Summary: Robert Weingarten's series of photographs of Amish life is featured on Mail Online

  • News

    Chu Teh-Chun Will Open at Marlborough Gallery 

    Mar 19 2014 - Apr 19 2014

    Press Release

    The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce an exhibition of rare works in Sèvres porcelain by the contemporary Chinese master painter, Chu Teh-Chun. The exhibition will consist of twenty-six vases that the artist created over a two-year period and which were exhibited at the prestigious Guimet Museum of Asian Art in Paris in the summer of 2009. It was the first itme that this museum exhibited work by a contemporary artist, and the show at Marlborough will be the first time these exquisite works will be seen in New York.

     

    Click here to learn more about the artist Chu Teh-Chun.

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    Summary: Chu Teh-Chun's unique, hand painted porcelain vases will be on view from March 19 through April 19

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    Bill Jacklin on ArtDaily 

    Feb 12 2014 - Mar 15 2014

    ArtDaily features an article on Bill Jacklin's current exhibition titled, New York Paintings. Click here to read the full article online and learn more about the artist.

    "Bill Jacklin: New York Paintings"  is on view at Marlborough Gallery through March 15.

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    Summary: Bill Jacklin's current exhibition, on view at Marlborough, is featured on Art Daily

  • News

    Grisha Bruskin & Bill Jacklin Opening Reception 

    Feb 12 2014 - Mar 15 2014

    Click here to view more photographs from the opening reception for Grisha Bruskin and Bill Jacklin.

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    Summary: Wednesday night's photographs from the opening reception for Grisha Bruskin & Bill Jacklin

  • News

    Bill Jacklin: New York Paintings digital catalogue 

    Marlborough is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of Bill Jacklin, on view from February 12 through March 15, 2014. This catalogue, shown below, illustrates twenty oil paintings, all depicting themes and landmarks in New York City -- a place that has inspired Jacklin since his arrival in 1985. 

    Click the image below for a fullscreen view of the exhibition catalogue, using your left and right arrow keys, or your mouse, to turn the pages. View the full exhibition | Press Release