• News

    Vincent Desiderio at Marlborough Chelsea 


    Summary: Installation views of "Vincent Desiderio" at Marlborough Chelsea

  • News

    New Hunt Slonem Monograph 

    Marlborough Gallery is pleased to announce the publication of a new monograph on the work of Hunt Slonem. The Worlds of Hunt Slonem by Dominique Nahas is an expansive tome, exploring the recurrent visual and thematic motifs of the artist’s oeuvre. The book is lavishly illustrated, including over 600 reproductions, and features a bibliographical timeline.

    Dominique Nahas is an independent curator and critic based in New York. Nahas has curated and co-curated numerous exhibitions, including Nancy Spero: Works Since 1951 (New Museum, 1988), Bypass (Kunstmuseum Bonn, 1997), Pop Surrealism (The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, 1998) and has written for publications such as ARTnews, Flash Art, Art On Paper, and Art Asia-Pacific.

    Born in 1951 in Kittery, Maine, Slonem studied at the School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine and received a Bachelor of Arts from Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana. His work has been shown at institutions such as the Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta; Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Istanbul, Turkey; Louisiana Museum of Art and Science, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; and Art in General, New York, New York. Slonem is represented in the collections of the Bass Museum, Miami, Florida; Whitney Museum of America Art, New York, New York; Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC; Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel; Kemper Museum Of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York; and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York.

    Please see the Vendome Press website for more details.


    Summary: Vendome Press publishes new monograph on the work of Hunt Slonem

  • News

    Grisha Bruskin to speak at Oberlin College 

    Marlborough Gallery is pleased to announce that Grisha Bruskin will speak at Oberlin College on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at 7 p.m. Entitled “I and It (Works from The Soviet Project),” Bruskin will discuss the subject/object relationship in his ongoing series, The Soviet Project. This event is co-sponsored by the Oberlin Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies, the Allen Memorial Art Museum, and the departments of Art, German, Jewish Studies and Russian.

    Born in 1945 in Moscow, Bruskin graduated from the Art Department at the Moscow Textile Institute in 1968. Refusing to adhere to the government-sanctioned style of Socialist Realism, Bruskin became a major figure in the Soviet Non-Conformist Art movement, dedicating himself to the research and presentation of his Jewish heritage and its associated mythologies, mysticism, and sacred texts. A prolific writer as well as visual artist, Bruskin's work is included in many permanent public collections, such as The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York; The Jewish Museum, New York, New York; Kunsthalle Emden, Germany; State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia; State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia, and Museo Galeria de Arte, Caracas, Venezuela. He currently lives and works in New York.

    For more details, please see the Oberlin College website.


    Summary: Grisha Bruskin will speak at Oberlin College on his ongoing series, "The Soviet Project"

  • News

    Rashaad Newsome in Dance/Draw at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston 

    Oct 07 2011 - Jan 16 2012

    Press Release

    Marlborough Chelsea is pleased to announce the inclusion of Rashaad Newsome in the landmark exhibition Dance/Draw at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts. On view through January 16, 2012, Dance/Draw brings together nearly 40 artists who explore the relationship between dance and visual art in their work. Newsome will stage an updated version of the performance FIVE—which made its debut at the 2010 Whitney Biennial—on October 4th, 2011, the eve of the opening night preview. Newsome’s acclaimed video work Untitled (New Way), 2009, will be exhibited as well.

    To learn more about the exhibition, please see the ICA’s website. To view work by the artist, please click here.


    Summary: Work by Rashaad Newsome on view in the landmark exhibition "Dance/Draw" at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts

  • News

    Gallery Night on 57th Street 

    Press Release

    Marlborough Gallery, along with 43 other galleries on 57th Street in New York City, are pleased to announce they will remain open to the public on Thursday, October 13th until 8 p.m. for a special Gallery Night on 57th Street event. Red Grooms, New York: 1976-2011 will be on view in both Marlborough Gallery and Marlborough Graphics. Please see the press release for more details on the event.

    Click here to learn more about the artist and here to learn more about Red Grooms, New York: 1976-2011.

    Click here to RSVP on Facebook.



    Summary: Thursday, October 12, 2011, Marlborough Gallery will be open until 8 p.m. for a special Gallery Night on 57th Street event

  • International Public Art

    Notable press on Gran Elefandret (2008) by Miquel Barceló 

    The monumental sculpture Gran Elefandret, 2008, by renowned artist Miquel Barceló will be on view at the Union Square Triangle through the end of May 2012. Since its debut on September 13th, the inverted pachyderm has been warmly received by New Yorkers. Please see below for selected press items on Gran Elefandret.

    Gran Elefandret on Bomb Magazine's blog.

    Gran Elefandret on WNYC's Culture page.

    Gran Elefandret on The Wall Street Journal's Photo Journal.

    Gran Elefandret on Bloomberg's New York Weekend.

    Gran Elefandret on New York One.

    Gran Elefandret on The Art Newspaper.

    Gran Elefandret on Gothamist.

    Gran Elefandret on Artinfo.



    Summary: A round up of press items about "Gran Elefandret"

  • News

    Work by Magdalena Abakanowicz and Stephen Talasnik included in 2011 Storm King Art Center Auction 

    Press Release

    Marlborough Gallery is pleased to have work by Magdalena Abakanowicz and Stephen Talasnik included in Storm King Art Center’s Annual Gala and Live Auction. The fundraiser takes place on Tuesday, October 11th at Christie’s New York. Both artists have a history with the Center: in 1994, Abakanowicz exhibited Sarcophagi in Glass Houses (1989) at Storm King and Talasnik created the site-specific Stream: A Folded Drawing there in 2010. Located in Mountainville, New York, the world-renowned Storm King Art Center features in its collection large-scale sculptures by preeminent artists such as Maya Lin, Richard Serra, Louise Nevelson, and Alexander Calder. Additionally, a temporary exhibition and installation program dots its 500 acres of rolling hills, fields, and woodlands.

    Born near Warsaw, Poland in 1930, Abakanowicz is a sculptor, textile artist, painter and printmaker. Whether two or three-dimensional, she uses the minimum amount of detail necessary to create associations for the viewer, but keeps the works open for individual interpretation. Her work can be found in collections worldwide including Centre Georges Pompidou, Musee National d'Art Moderne, Paris, France; Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York; Sezon Museum, Tokyo, Japan; and Tate Modern, London, England.

    Talasnik was born in 1954 in Philadelphia. Primarily intrigued with structures defying gravity, he invents, through drawing and sculpture, engineering infused with curiosity for the otherworldly. Currently living and working in New York, New York, Stephen Talasnik's drawings and sculpture are in major international collections such as the British Museum, London, England; Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

    Please see Storm King Art Center’s website for more details.


    Summary: Work by Magdalena Abakanowicz and Stephen Talasnik included in Storm King Art Center’s Annual Gala and Live Auction

  • News

    Gran Elefandret (2008) by Miquel Barceló now on view at Union Square 

    Sep 13 2011 - May 29 2012

    Press Release


    Summary: "Gran Elefandret" (2008) by Miquel Barceló on view at Union Square through May 2012

  • Graphics

    Robert Weingarten Featured in Smithsonian Institution Publication 

    A photograph by Robert Weingarten is featured on the cover of The Changing Face of Portrait Photography: From Daguerreotype to Digital by Shannon Thomas Perich (National Museum of American History, 2011).  This richly illustrated text devotes a chapter to Weingarten's Portraits Without People series.  The author has selected work from ten photographers represented in the Photographic History Collection of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History to explore the history of portrait photography as well as to explain how changes in technology have allowed for new expressions of personal and national identities.  For more information please visit the Smithsonian Books website.

    Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Weingarten devoted the first thirty years after his graduation from Baruch College to a successful career in finance.  Passionate about photography from a young age, he pursued it as a hobby until he chose to commit himself fully to his passion fifteen years ago.  Since the 1990s, Robert Weingarten’s work has been shown in over eighty exhibitions in the United States and abroad. The Portraits Without People series was the subject of an exhibition at the High Museum of Art, Georgia entitled The Portrait Unbound (2010) and Robert Weingarten: Portraits Without People at Marlborough Chelsea in March 2011.  The series will be the subject of American Icons, Portraits without People by Robert Weingarten at the Smithsonian Institution’s International Gallery in Washington, D.C. (2012). 


    Summary: Robert Weingarten is featured in "The Changing Face of Portrait Photography" by Shannon Thomas Perich

  • News

    Gran Elefandret (2008) by Miquel Barceló on View at the Union Square Triangle Beginning September 13, 2011 

    Sep 13 2011 - May 29 2012

    Press Release

    Marlborough Gallery is pleased to announce that the monumental sculpture Gran Elefandret, 2008, by renowned artist Miquel Barceló will be on view at the Union Square Triangle beginning September 13, 2011 through the end of May 2012. It is with great pleasure that the Gallery brings this monumental bronze sculpture to Union Square, a place that epitomizes New York’s unrivaled energy and serves as both a transportation and cultural bridge between uptown and downtown Manhattan. Barceló ’s immense Gran Elefandret, balances upright on its trunk, its four massive legs outspread searching for equilibrium. At twenty-six feet tall the sculpture brilliantly portrays an extraordinary, if not impossible physical and cultural feat; this contemporary monument believably captures with humor, scale and Spanish courage the essence of what a public monument can be today.

    Union Square Partnership Executive Director Jennifer Falk reports that “with thousands of visitors daily, Union Square is one of the busiest public art galleries in the world, and our ‘Art in the Park’ program reaches new heights with the installation of Miquel Barceló’s monumental sculpture Gran Elefandret, in the park’s triangle; we are proud that Marlborough Gallery has chosen Union Square Park as the backdrop for this incredible feat of engineering. Gran Elefandret is a reflection of the energy in this neighborhood and we look forward to seeing visitors’ reactions to the sculpture as they create their own unique experience in Union Square.”

    Please click here for more details.


    Summary: The monumental sculpture "Gran Elefandret" (2008) by renowned artist Miquel Barceló will be on view at the Union Square Triangle beginning September 13, 2011 through the end of May 2012