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October 7, 2018- February 17, 2019
Andy Warhol, Bighorn Ram from the Andy Warhol: Endangered Species (1983). ©2018 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Courtesy of Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York.
October 26- December 14, 2018
Featuring works by member artists Jean Arp, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, and more.
Isamu Noguchi, Figure, 1945 (1975). © 2018 Estate of Isamu Noguchi / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
October 19 2018 - June 15 2019
Featuring works by member artists Giorgio Morandi, Mario Sironia, and Carlo Carrà
Giorgio Morandia, Natura Morta .© 2018 ARS, NY / SIAE Rome
In The Art of Looking, renowned art critic Lance Esplund demonstrates that works of modern and contemporary art are not as indecipherable as they might seem. With patience, insight, and wit, Esplund guides us through the last century of art and empowers us to approach and appreciate it with new eyes. Eager to democratize genres that can feel inaccessible, Esplund encourages viewers to trust their own taste, guts, and common sense. The Art of Lookingwill open the eyes of viewers who think that recent art is obtuse, nonsensical, and irrelevant, as well as the eyes of those who believe that the art of the past has nothing to say to our present.
This book covers the long-term exhibition of Moss Sutra with the Seasons (2010–15) at Glenstone Museum, a monumental five-panel painting commissioned by Glenstone and inspired by the artist's fascination with moss, the changing seasons and traditional Chinese calligraphy, among other subjects. The catalog includes two original essays by art historian Suzanne Hudson, an interview with the artist about this commission and a photo-essay by the artist's daughter, Mirabelle Marden, who documented the process of creating the work. Also included are reproductions of all additional works by the artist in Glenstone's collection, a group which spans each decade of the artist's career and an introduction by Emily Wei Rales, Founder and Director of Glenstone Museum.
This ambitious book is the first to examine Andy Warhol’s work in its entirety. It builds on a wealth of new research and materials that have come to light in recent decades and offers a rare and much-needed comprehensive look at the full scope of Warhol’s production—from his commercial illustrations of the 1950s through his monumental paintings of the 1980s.
Featuring works by Andy Warhol, Jean Cocteau, and Edward Steichen
“Among other things, drag queens are living testimony to the way women used to want to be, the way some people still want them to be, and the way some women still actually want to be. Drags are ambulatory archives of ideal moviestar womanhood.”
Andy Warhol’s oeuvre during the 1950’s, the first decade of his career, before he became the godfather of pop, proved to be enormously influential on his life’s work, yet remains little known. Drag & Draw highlights two series of drawings from this decade, when Warhol first began to explore the controversial and for him deeply personal subject of drag.
Featuring work by Sol Lewitt. See here >>