An aluminum sculpture by the late artist Mary Ann Unger is now on view at the NYC Parks Greenstreet on Jackson Avenue and 46th Avenue in Long Island City, Queens. Created in 1986, Unfurling is Unger’s first artwork to be displayed with Parks and will be on view through October 24, 2016. Unger exhibited her work at both MoMA PS 1 and SculptureCenter during her lifetime, bringing her work full circle as it is installed adjacent to these Long Island City institutions.
The Director of the RGR + ART Gallery , Ricardo Gonzalez Ramos spoke on the Kaleidoscope Titina on this project with the scenario of " Cromoconsferencia " Master Carlos Cruz Diez and artist Liu Bolin. He explained that the development of this work had been carried out for three years and lasted about 16 hours to complete the recreation of the work and to photograph. Cromointerferencia artists recreated on a wall, and then proceed to paint and it gave the illusion of " camouflage " between the lines that intertwine in this renowned work. This collaboration is a job for RGR + ART Gallery Gallery Marion and Panama.
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"Approximately 10 percent of the sales made by the Maxwell Davidson Gallery in New York occur after works have left the gallery “on approval,” said Maxwell Davidson IV, and the majority of those items are the more expensive pieces (“in the six and seven figures”)—and especially sculpture. “You need to walk around sculpture, see the scale of it in a room, see if you are going to bump into it,” he said. Paintings, on the other hand, “are for flat walls. It either fits or it doesn’t.
The gallery allows prospective buyers “between an afternoon and a long weekend” to decide whether or not to buy a piece (“If you can’t make up your mind in two or three days, it’s not likely to happen”), and Mr. Davidson said that those collectors permitted to take works on approval are known to the gallery either as buyers or regular visitors, and others are checked out by contacting other dealers from whom they have purchased artwork. “We don’t send out things willy-nilly.”
#2 - Carlos Cruz-Diez
On April 1, 2015, The Colour Group will present the Turner Medal Award to Carlos Cruz-Diez for his contribution to understandings of Colour through Art.
Auckland-based British sculptor Kevin Osmond creates artwork inspired by the fabric of the universe. He talks to Justine Harvey about his journey from apprentice cabinet maker to international artist.
Included: Sam Messenger, Aegyptus, 2014, Mixed media on canvas, 111 x 82 1/2 inches
"Organized by the Art Dealers Association of America, The Art Show, now in its 27th year, has earned its declarative name for steadfastly maintaining that the quality of art has little to do with hype and headlines, and it's clear that the thoughtfully selected mix of works, which mostly range from the 19th century to the present day, hold up to academic and aesthetic critique. Among the works exhibited by 72 participating galleries are a sculpture by Constantin Brâncuși, a painting by Claude Monet, works from 20th century masters like Pablo Picasso, Nam June Paik, and Chuck Close, and solo booths for contemporary stars like Wade Guyton, Lorna Simpson, and Michelle Grabner. The ADAA prides itself on its roster of esteemed dealers who continue to prove that, in the art market, good business means little without good taste."
In February 1965, The Museum of Modern Art mounted an exhibition titled The Responsive Eye, comprised of works by nearly 100 artists from around the world who were experimenting with Op-art before the term existed. The exhibition was groundbreaking, spanning international borders, yet rooted in established visual and color studies. It encompassed Optic, Kinetic, Conceptual, and Color Field art.
To commemorate this landmark exhibition, and to further examine Op-art’s current imprint on the art world, Maxwell Davidson Gallery presents The Responsive Eye at 50, with works by historical artists featured in the 1965 MoMA show, such as Victor Vasarely, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Bridget Riley, Yaacov Agam, and Luis Tomasello. The far-reaching influence of The Responsive Eye on today’s artists cannot be overlooked. As such, we will also show work by contemporary artists and artists influenced by the Op-art movement including Pedro S. De Movellan, Mary Ann Unger, Sanford Wurmfeld, Kevin Osmond, Ghost of a Dream, and Sam Messenger.
Wednesday- Friday: 12 to 8pm
Saturday: 12 to 7pm
Sunday: 12 to 5pm
PIctured: Victor Vasarely, Méandres-Naissances, 1953, Acrylic on canvas, 70 1/4 x 61 inches
Maxwell Davidson Gallery and Davidson Contemporary artists have been well-represented in museum shows this year (and will continue to be into 2015).
Several works by Pedro S. de Movellàn and Tim Prentice are on view in Vero Beach Museum of Art’s exhibition Kinetic Sculpture: The Poetics of Motion, along with sculpture by George Rickey and several contemporary kinetic sculptors. The show closes January 4.
As part of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art’s State of the Art exhibition, Davidson Contemporary artist collective Ghost of a Dream was selected out of over 1,000 artists to represent the Northeast region. The show opened in September and will be on view until January 19, 2015. The museum also acquired Forever, Almost, the title work and centerpiece of Ghost of a Dream’s first solo show at Davidson Contemporary.
Finally, Sam Messenger will be included in Line: Making the Mark, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. MFAH acquired four of Messengers drawings, and asked him to speak at the opening of the exhibition. Alongside Messenger, the show features a cavalcade of Modern and Contemporary artists including Josef Albers, Louise Bourgeois, Willem de Kooning, Sol LeWitt and Agnes Martin, among others. Line: Making the Mark opens today and runs through March 22, 2015.
On November 6, Maxwell Davidson Gallery and Davidson Contemporary open their new bi-level Chelsea gallery. Located on the top two floors of 521 West 26th street, the new space - designed by Murdock Solon Architects - boasts features unique to the gallery, and unmatched in New York.
Pedro S. de Movellán
Contour: New Kinetic Sculpture
November 6 - December 23, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 6, 4 - 9pm
Maxwell Davidson Gallery and Davidson Contemporary are moving.
This fall, we will open in our new location at 521 W 26th St. Please stay tuned as we prepare to announce the official opening date.
Please note that Maxwell Davidson Gallery and Davidson Contemporary will be closed for August while our new Chelsea space is being finished. For any questions or inquiries, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our phone number will remain the same.