• News

    Tom Otterness Playground at Silver Towers 

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    Playground, 2007
    Bronze, edition of 6
    360 x 365 x 294 in., 914.4 x 927.1 x 746.8 cm

    For more information about the playground, please contact the gallery at 212-541-4900.

    Click here to see more works by Otterness


    Summary: Otterness unveils his new playground at Silver Towers on 42nd Street between Tenth and Eleventh Avenue

  • News

    Hans Silvester's "Natural Fashion" Series Featured as Cover Story of Departures magazine's May/June 2010 Issue 

    The May/June 2010 issue of Departures magazine features a glowing cover story on Hans Silvester's Natural Fashion series of photographs.  The issue includes a number of powerful images from the series, both inside and on the cover, as well as a fascinating discussion with famed New York fashion critic Candy Pratts Price regarding Silvester's spell-binding color portraits of East African's Omo Valley people and their artistic traditions.  The Surma and Mursi tribes of  Ethiopia's Omo Valley  use bright mineral pigment to adorn the skin and use various flora to fashion colorful headpieces and other body accessories.  The striking forms of the ancient tribal aesthetic, manifested through the inspired use of our shared world, speaks of the universal need for cultural (and aesthetic) expression and, as Price notes, "to create beauty all the time."

    Click here to see more of Hans Silvester's work.

    Please contact Marlborough Graphics at the 57th Street location to learn or see more.

    The series is also illustrated in the book Natural Fashion: The Tribal Decoration from Africa (New York: Thames & Hudson, 2008).


    Summary: Hans Silvester's "Natural Fashion" in the May/June 2010 issue of Departures magazine, including cover story and images from the series

  • News

    Sculptures by Ryman and Snelson in 7 World Trade Center Lobby 

    Born in 1969, Will Ryman lives and works in New York City. He is widely recognized for his unique sculpture installations that distill human experience and emotion, capturing moments of surprise and exploring the quotidian in city life.
    These three sculptures are from a series of over thirty mixed media works that depict large roses in shades of pink and red with garden detritus such as bottle caps, crushed cans and bubblegum wrappers, with a distortion of scale that, according to the artist, reflects a rodent’s view of a New York City rose garden.
    The works on display include: Untitled (Rose 15), Untitled (Rose 24), Untitled (Rose 34)
    Click here to view more work by Will Ryman

    Kenneth Snelson’s sculptural explorations with tensegrity structures, a word created by the philosopher Buckminster Fuller to describe Snelson’s structural innovation by combining the words tension and integrity, manifests itself in webs of aluminum tubes and stainless steel cables that are held in highly stressed, configured structural arrangements through the push-pull balance of compressive forces in the tubes and tension forces in the cables. Snelson was born in Oregon in 1927 and lives and works in Manhattan.
    This work, Equilateral Quivering Tower, was conceived in 1973 and fabricated in 1992. This is the sister sculpture to a monumental outdoor work permanently installed at the Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan.
    Click here to view more work by Kenneth Snelson


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    Summary: Installation at 7 World Trade Center

  • News

    Roberta Smith Reviews Picasso Exhibition in The New York Times 

    “Celebrating the Muse: Women in Picasso’s Prints From 1905-1968,” at Marlborough, running through May 1, is reviewed by Roberta Smith of the New York Times. She extolled the extensive curatorial efforts of Vice President Tara K. Reddi, and remarked on the complementary conversation between this show and the concurrent prints exhibition, “Picasso: Themes and Variations,” at the Museum of Modern Art.

    "...“Celebrating the Muse: Women in Picasso’s Prints From 1905-1968,” at the Marlborough Gallery on West 57th Street, is considerably larger [than MoMA's] in size with 204 works but far narrower in focus. As its title implies, this venture is pretty much girls, girls, girls. Here we have more of the aforementioned wives and mistresses, along with mythological figures, unnamed models and their more sexualized counterparts: mantilla-topped majas in assorted degrees of undress. This project was organized over two years by Tara K. Reddi, the vice president at Marlborough...and Marilyn McCully, chief collaborator on John Richardson’s monumental Picasso biography. You could say that the Marlborough show fitfully fills out the spare yet relatively complete armature of the Modern’s show, while offering rarities of its own."

    Click here for the full article.

    Summary: Picasso's exhibitions at Marlborough and MoMA reviewed by Roberta Smith, April 9, 2010

  • New York

    Installation video of Celebrating the Muse: Women in Picasso's Prints 

  • News

    Celebrating the Muse Benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation 


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    Summary: A Benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

  • News

    Michael Anderson in Panel Discussion at Fred Torres Collaborations 

    Jan 20 2010 - Jan 25 2010

    Press Release

    On Friday, January 22nd from 6:00-8:00pm, Michael Anderson will participate in a panel discussion at Fred Torres Collaborations entitled Midnight Motor Oil: One Night in the Detroit Art Scene.  Michael will be joined by George Rahme and Risa Shoup and the discussion will be moderated by Veronica Kavass.


    Summary: Michael Anderson in Panel Discussion at Fred Torres Collaborations 527 W 29th Street New York

  • New York

    Grisha Bruskin: Twilight of the Gods 

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    Summary: A video tour of Bruskin's installation at Marlborough New York

  • International Public Art

    Beverly Pepper: Nuova Twist in Calgary 

    At 18’ feet high and 12.5’ at its widest, the sculpture's presence at the Banker's Court Building in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is defined by its scale and gestural movement. Pepper's vision manifested as a sculpture of monumental scale that accentuates the arrival and entry experience while not overwhelming or crowding the site.

    Click here to view more works by Beverly Pepper


    Summary: A view of Pepper's sculpture Nuova Twist at the Banker's Court Building in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

  • New York

    Gallery Night on 57th Street  

    Oct 15 2009 - Oct 16 2009

    Marlborough Gallery, along with over sixty other galleries located on 57th Street in New York City, are pleased to announce that they will remain open to the public on Thursday, October 15th until 8 p.m. for a special Gallery Night on 57th Street event.

    Grisha Bruskin: Twilight of the Gods will be on view at Marlborough Gallery through October 17, 2009.

    Contemporary Potraiture will be on view at Marlborough Graphics through October 17, 2009.


    Summary: Thursday, October 15th Marlborough Gallery will be open until 8 p.m. for a special Gallery Night on 57th Street event.