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Susan Teller

We feature American paintings and works on paper from the 1920s to the 1950s with special interest in the Urban/Industrial Scene, Modernism, Atelier 17, Surrealism, and African American work.

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LA Fine Print Fair, 2016

CALIFORNIA REPORT, JANUARY 2016

Posted: February 05, 2016 11:09

Los Angeles in January was as terrific as ever – OK a little cool and some much-needed rain – but still GREAT. At LACMA it was just lovely to see the Frank Gehry show (there’s never enough time!) and find the William Baziotes painting, Congo, 1954.   First there was the Los Angeles Fine Print Fair at Bonhams on Sunset Boulevard and then the Los Angeles Art Show at the Convention Center.   Fortunately we were able to start hanging at Bonhams on Thursday because we had much too much to install if everything had to be done on Friday, the day of the reception. The dark walls made...

INK Miami, Dorchester Suites, Miami Beach, Room 156.

MIAMI REPORT

Posted: December 12, 2015 13:55

Finally back in NYC along with the inventory that arrived at the end of the week. It was nice to be away but it’s nice to be home too. And this time coming back to Cirkers really did feel like coming home. In Florida at the INK Miami Art Fair, 2015, we made groupings for the Urban/Industrial Scene (Peggy Bacon, Lou Barlow, Isabel Bishop, Alexander Brook, Michael J. Gallagher, Gwyneth Leech, and Angelo Pinto), American Modernism (Will Barnet, William Baziotes, Axel Horn, Louis Lozowick, Alice Trumbull Mason, Jackson Pollock, and Anne Ryan), and an Atelier 17 wall (Howard Daum, Dorothy...

William Baziotes, Creature on Red Background, 1936

INK Miami Art Fair, 2015

Posted: December 12, 2015 13:48

Sunday, December 6th is the last day! Room 156 at the Suites of Dorcester, 1850 Collins Avenue at 19th Street. The Susan Teller Gallery is showing at INK Miami. There are groupings for the Urban/Industrial Scene (Peggy Bacon, Lou Barlow, Isabel Bishop, Alexander Brook, Michael J. Gallagher, Gwyneth Leech, and Angelo Pinto), American Modernism (Will Barnet, William Baziotes, Axel Horn, Louis Lozowick (Subway Station, 1936 below), Alice Trumbull Mason, Jackson Pollock, and Anne Ryan), and an Atelier 17 wall (Howard Daum, Dorothy Dehner, Peter Grippe, and Franz Kline).

Lynd Ward, Hunky Johnny, 1945, 8 x 6 inches.

Illustrated by LYND WARD

Posted: November 19, 2015 12:26

An exhibition of books, jackets, and magazines conceived of and/or illustrated by Ward, from the collection of Robert Dance. Now on view at The Grolier Club, 47 East 60th Street, NYC. This is a drawing for the dusk jacket of Hunky Johnny, 1945, from The Estate of the Artist.

Art for Every Home

ART FOR EVERY HOME

Posted: October 24, 2015 17:19

This week I received the brand-new publication Art for Every Home, Associated American Artists, 1934-2000. Hats off to Elizabeth G. Seaton, Jane Myers, and Gail Windisch, who stuck with this project and saw it to completion. Special congratulations to Windisch. She catalogued the nearly 3000 AAA editions. Until now the world has had only the list compiled by Meg Dunwoody Hausberg in, well, after the Selectric typewriter but years and years before the personal computer. Have to say that precious document has saved me many times. But now, NOW, the book has a complete checklist of the AAA...

William Baziotes, Howling Creature, 1936-39

BAZIOTES in Allentown -- Last Two Days!

Posted: August 22, 2015 10:05

On view through Tomorrow, August 23, 2015   WILLIAM BAZIOTES: SURREALIST WATERCOLORS Allentown Art Museum 31 North Fifth Street Allentown, PA   How is it possible? The summer is nearly over and so is the Baziotes show!   The museum notes “Baziotes (1912-1963) was an important contributor to Abstract Expressionism who also upheld the mysterious, dreamlike, and poetic aspects of Surrealism.”   In the Reading Eagle art critic Ron Schira wrote “This impressive exhibition of Baziotes' early work offers insight toward understanding his...

 

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