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From Oct.  17-19, 2014, POP Austin will bring together works by several world-renowned contemporary artists including Andy Warhol, Takashi Murakami, the Gao Brothers, Gerard Rancinan, Mr.  Brainwash and Shepard Fairey, among others.


Released: September 15, 2014

For three days only, POP Austin will bring together works by several world-renowned contemporary artists including Andy Warhol, Takashi Murakami, the Gao Brothers, Gerard Rancinan, Mr. Brainwash and Shepard Fairey, among others. POP Austin proudly announces its inaugural international art show in Austin, Texas taking place Oct. 17 to 19 at Fair Market located at 1100 East 5th St., Austin, Texas 78702. POP Austin will merge art and lifestyle in an annual three-day, interactive art show showcasing and selling art from some of the most renowned contemporary artists f...

Sculpture by the Lakes launches The Gallery with the inaugural exhibition: DRAWN

Released: September 15, 2014

The selling exhibition, which runs from 8 November – 16 December 2014, includes drawings from an impressive line-up of international artists, some of whom have never exhibited in the UK before. DRAWN will feature works from Andrew Denman (USA), Zoey Frank (USA) and Giorgia Oldano (Italy), as well as Guy Combes (Kenya), Jonathan Pointer (UK), Angela French (UK) and Terry Miller (USA), as selected and curated by Simon Gudgeon.  All works are previously unseen, and will be offered for sale at prices ranging from £300 to £3,000. Sculpture by the Lakes offers the perfect setting to a...

Alex J.  Taylor has been named the Terra Foundation Research Fellow in American Art

Tate Appoints Alex J. Taylor as Terra Foundation Research Fellow in American Art

Released: September 12, 2014

Tate and the Terra Foundation for American Art have announced the appointment of Alex J. Taylor as Tate's new Terra Foundation Research Fellow in American Art.  "Research plays a fundamental role in Tate’s mission to increase the public’s knowledge, enjoyment, and understanding of the art it collects," explained Tate’s Head of Collection Research. "This new initiative promises to forge new perspectives on post-war American art and deepen the rich interpretative information that Tate makes available to the public on works in the collection." Taylor will lead a three-year research i...

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Russell Cowles, Mountain Landscape Springtime, Oil on wood panel, 24" x 30"

Caldwell Gallery Hudson opens "Panorama - 250 Years of American Art"

Released: September 12, 2014

Caldwell Gallery Hudson's Fall exhibition schedule launches September 12th with an eclectic array of over two and a half centuries of exceptional American artworks. Panorama features painting and sculptures from the colonial to modern periods, with pieces by artists Grant Wood, Andrew Wyeth, Louise Nevelson, John Koch, David Burliuk, Dorothy Dehner, Guy C. Wiggins, Charles Courtney Curran, Richard E. Miller, Isabel Bishop, Ed Garman, and many others. This exhibition will open on Friday, September 12, and will be on view until Monday, October 13.  Diverse movements including ...

Nell Dorr (1893-1988) photograph from the Amon Carter's Artists' Archives which is comprised of the archival collections of eight important twentieth-century American photographers.

Amon Carter Museum of American Art Digitizes More than 35,000 Artworks with Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Released: September 11, 2014

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art announces that it has cataloged, digitized and published online more than 35,000 artworks of eight prominent American photographers of the 20th century—Carlotta Corpron (1901–1988), Nell Dorr (1893–1988), Laura Gilpin (1891–1979), Eliot Porter (1901–1990), Helen Post (1907–1979), Clara Sipprell (1885–1975), Erwin E. Smith (1886–1947) and Karl Struss (1886–1981). This project was made possible by a $75,000 digitization grant the museum received from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in 2012. The Amon Carter owns the archives of these p...

Ghost of a Dream (Adam Eckstrom and Lauren Was) Brooklyn, NY.  Forever, Alomst, 2012.  Discarded lottery tickets with UV coat on panel.  20 x 132 x 3 in.

Crystal Bridges unveils State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now

Released: September 11, 2014

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is dedicated to the idea that art is for everyone. The groundbreaking new exhibition, State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now, furthers the museum’s mission to welcome all to celebrate the American spirit and highlights the voices of 102 artists from across the country. State of the Art opens September 13, 2014 and runs through January 19, 2015 with complimentary admission sponsored by Walmart and Sam’s Club. In 2013, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art’s curatorial team logged more than 100,000 miles, crisscrossing the country to visit n...

Rendering of the $60 million expansion of the Speed Art Museum, scheduled to open in early 2016.

The Speed Art Museum Hires New Curator of European and American Painting and Sculpture

Released: September 10, 2014

The Speed Art Museum has announced today that Erika Holmquist-Wall has been hired as the Mary and Barry Bingham, Sr., Curator of European and American Painting and Sculpture for the museum. Holmquist-Wall will begin her new role at the Speed on October 6, 2014. "I am thrilled and honored to join the Speed's team at such an historic and exciting time. It's a terrific chance to work with a marvelous art collection that possesses tremendous potential for growth. It's also an extraordinary opportunity to develop a vibrant exhibition program for our audiences,” said Holmquist-Wall. “Louisville ...

Albert Stadler, Untitled, c.  1965 Acrylic on canvas, 67 7/8 x 85 1/2 in.

Albert Stadler: Deliberate Variations

Released: September 9, 2014

BERRY CAMPBELL TO FEATURE THE 1960s PAINTINGS OF ALBERT STADLER. Berry Campbell is pleased to announce, Albert Stadler: Deliberate Variations, featuring sixteen paintings from the 1960s. A leading figure in the rise of color abstraction in the mid-1960s, Albert Stadler addressed the nature of optical experience in his art.  Creating both hard-edge and more ethereal paintings, Stadler united directions in Color Field and Minimalist art, often bridging the gap between the intellectual and sensual and the conceptual and spiritual. Representing Stadler’s estate, Berry-Campbell is plea...

Two paintings by the renowned French painter Edouard Leon Cortes, including this one, will be sold at auction Sept.  20-21 in New Orleans, La.

Original artworks by Cortes, Picasso, others will be sold Sept. 20-21 in New Orleans

Released: September 11, 2014

NEW ORLEANS, La. – Two original oil paintings by the renowned French artist Edouard Cortes expected to realize $20,000-$30,000 each, a Paris street scene done in gouache by Pablo Picasso, a watercolor by New Orleans folk artist Sister Gertrude Morgan, an oil on construction paper rendering by another folk art icon, Clementine Hunter, a collection of early 19th century Russian icons and an American Renaissance Revival carved mahogany bookcase attributed to Alexander Roux will all be auctioned Sept. 20th-21st by Crescent City Auction Gallery. The massive, two-day estates auction will b...

Thomas McNickle, The Light that Comes from Waiting

Thomas McNickle and Mary Frank at Jerald Melberg Gallery

Released: September 9, 2014

September 13 - October 25, 2014 Jerald Melberg Gallery opens two new exhibitions for artists Thomas McNickle and Mary Frank.   Thomas McNickle is well known as a virtuoso landscape painter but, alongside these representational compositions, he has always been equally compelled to create a body of abstract works. The artist explains, These large canvases, like all my work, are grounded in nature:  the places, sounds, smells and relationships she provides. They are not attempts to portray or understand these things on a descriptive level, but to deal more directly with the...

View from the Winslow Homer Studio

Portland Museum of Art Buys Land Around Winslow Homer Studio to Preserve View

Released: September 9, 2014

On August 29, 2014, the land surrounding the Winslow Homer Studio in Prouts Neck, Maine, was acquired and permanently conserved through the cooperative efforts of the Portland Museum of Art (PMA), the Prouts Neck Association (PNA), and the Scarborough Land Trust (SLT). From this place, Winslow Homer enjoyed dramatic views of the ocean crashing against Maine’s rocky coast—views that inspired his greatest masterpieces and transformed marine painting in American art. In recognition of the importance of this location to America’s cultural heritage, the PMA worked together with the PNA ...

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Horace Pippin, Flowers with Four Doilies, 1946.  Oil on canvas.  9 x 11 inches

“Juxtaposed: Paintings, Sculpture & Photography” Will Open at Jonathan Boos in New York

Released: September 9, 2014

jux·ta·po·si·tion (noun)  “The fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect.” JONATHAN BOOS, New York will present a group exhibition at 801 Madison Avenue in collaboration with PETER FETTERMAN GALLERY, Santa Monica… “Juxtaposed: Paintings, Sculpture & Photography” will run from October 1 through October 31, 2014. The exhibition will curate 20th century works from both galleries; masterfully juxtaposing thirty-four artists to highlight how similar meaning is created via different mediums. Painters and Sc...

Vivian Springford (American, 1914-2003) Untitled, 1976.  Acrylic on canvas, 49 x 51 1/4 inches.  Signed and dated, 1976 verso

"Vivian Springford Stain Paintings, 1960-80" and "Kimber Smith, 1970s Paintings" Open at GRAHAM

Released: September 9, 2014

In its inaugural exhibition of the season, Graham presents a selection of Kimber Smith's paintings from the 1970s.  Paintings from this period showcase the artist's employment of a lexicon of forms and shapes.  The seemingly casual feel to the paintings is illusory.  They are in fact the product of a lifetime of planning and consideration.  Every painting has a deep structure embedded with meaning drawn from Smith's life.  The lozenges are roses. The stacked bars are piano keys.  The open triangles are cat ears. His approach successfully achieved that tension ...

Paul Strand: Master of Modern Photography, October 21, 2014 - January 4, 2015, at Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Paul Strand: Master of Modern Photography to Open at Philadelphia Museum of Art

Released: September 8, 2014

This fall, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present the first major retrospective in nearly fifty years to be devoted to Paul Strand (American, 1890–1976), one of the greatest photographers in the history of the medium. It will explore the remarkable evolution of Strand’s work, from the breakthrough moment in the second decade of the twentieth century when he brought his art to the brink of abstraction to his broader vision of the place of photography in the modern world, which he would develop over the course of a career that spanned six decades. This exhibition will examine every...

Harold Reddicliffe (b.  1947) Ice Crusher, Coffee Pot, Waffle Iron, and Tea Kettle, 2012.  Oil on canvas, 10 x 14 in.


Released: September 8, 2014

Hirschl & Adler Modern is pleased to announce the opening of Harold Reddicliffe: Recent Paintings on September 11, 2014. Reddicliffe’s second solo show at Hirschl & Adler Modern will feature more than twenty still lifes in oil. In these new works, Reddicliffe continues his intense exploration of an eclectic collection of objects including glass bottles, kitchen gadgets, vintage film equipment, and model airplane engines, indulging us with a riot of bright color and rich confections of space and form. Reddicliffe’s objects are minimally staged and tightly placed within formally ...

Penelope Gottlieb at Heather James

Penelope Gottlieb Paintings on View at Heather James Fine Art in Jackson, WY

Released: September 5, 2014

Penelope Gottlieb’s paintings use John James Audubon’s nature prints as a discourse on the commoditization of the natural world in the 19th century. Painting over preexisting Audubon prints, Gottlieb adds plant life winding around the featured animal as if the creature’s natural habitat has stifled them in a botanical confinement. The resulting blend of historical documentation of avian species with the invasion of plant-life creates a contemporary view on the original intent of the prints. Gottlieb’s marking over the prints acts as an additional invasion on top of her ecological crit...

Page from Henry David Throeau's Walden, 1854.

Thoreau and Walden Pond re-imagined in 'Walden, revisited' exhibition at deCordova Museum

Released: September 5, 2014

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, in Lincoln, Mass., will present Walden, revisited, an exhibition highlighting works by contemporary artists who explore the deep influences of author Henry David Thoreau on art-making today. The exhibition opens on October 31, 2014, and will be on view in the galleries through April 26, 2015. Walden, revisited features over 45 works by current-day artists inspired by Walden: the pond; the book published in 1854 by natural history philosopher, social critic, and early environmentalist Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862); and the connection and disconnecti...

Catherine Drabkin, Tea Cup and Glass

WHEN LILACS LAST IN THE DOORYARD BLOOM’D, new paintings by Catherine Drabkin at Kraushaar Galleries

Released: September 5, 2014

When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d, a selection of new paintings by Catherine Drabkin at Kraushaar Galleries in New York, begins on October 1st and continues through October 31st.  This is her seventh exhibition with the gallery. Drabkin’s current body of work was inspired by Walt Whitman’s 1865 elegiac poem. In a statement, she explains her inspiration:                [P]laces and objects are signifiers for the passage of time, for the presence or absence of one beloved; they are used to create vis...

Ed Ruscha, Rusty Signs, Cash For Tools I, 2014

Mixografia Workshop Debuts Ed Ruscha “RUSTY SIGNS” Print Series at The International Fine Print Dealers Association Print Fair November 6-9, 2014

Released: September 8, 2014

The Mixografia Workshop, the renowned downtown Los-Angeles based print workshop, will debut RUSTY SIGNS, Ed Ruscha’s new series of prints at the IFPDA Print Fair, which opens to the public on November 6 to 9 at the Park Avenue Armory. Says Mr. Ruscha: "Since a very young age, my attention has always been on signs of every kind -- some that I have painted by hand and others that are blank or enigmatic.  These new editions are about neglected and forgotten signs from neglected and forgotten landscapes.” According to Shaye Remba, whose father established Mixografia in Mexico ...

American Art Collector magazine will add sections on glass, ceramic and wood artwork to its upcoming issues.

Expanding Mediums: American Art Collector to debut new genre sections for Glass, Ceramic and Wood in November 2014 issue

Released: September 4, 2014

For the first time ever, American Art Collector magazine is expanding its preview coverage to include glass, ceramic and wood artwork. Now, not only will collectors be able to read about painted art and sculpture—something the magazine has provided since its inception nine years ago—but they will soon be able to learn about new available works from some of the world’s best glass artists, ceramic artists and woodturners. While these genres have made appearances in the magazine in the past, never before have they had their own dedicated sections. Glass, ceramic an...

“Isola dei Pescatore, Lago Maggiore,” oil on canvas, 24” x 36” 2013

Fischbach Gallery Presents Italia, New Paintings by Brad Marshall

Released: September 4, 2014

The Fischbach Gallery is pleased to present Italia, an exhibition of recent paintings by Brad Marshall, opening 12 September and continuing through 11 October 2014.  There will be an opening reception for the Artist, Friday, September 12 from 5 to 7pm. This is Marshall’s sixth solo exhibition at The Fischbach Gallery. The panoramic paintings in Italia resulted from the extensive trip Brad Marshall took in 2013.  However, they are not meant to be a simple travelogue, or post cards from the road. Similar to nineteenth century Hudson River School painters, Marshall is attracted t...

This signed oil on wood panel painting by Armenian-American artist Hovsep Pushman will be sold Oct.  4-5 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Four important oil paintings are added to Ahlers & Ogletree's Oct. 4-5 auction

Released: September 5, 2014

ATLANTA, Ga. – Four original oil paintings from the renowned James Cowan Collection of fine artwork, gathered in the early part of the last century and mostly housed at a museum in Nashville, have been added to Ahlers & Ogletree’s already loaded two-day Fall Estates Auction event slated for Oct. 4-5, in the firm’s gallery located at 715 Miami Circle (Suite 210) in Atlanta. The artworks are by the Armenian-American artist Hovsep Pushman (1877-1966); American artist Lillian Mathilde Genth (1876-1953); the Dutch-American artist Willem Van Den Berg (1886-1970); and the British-Italia...

Claude Conover "Mayac" Vase.

Danish and American Design for September 7th at Clarke

Released: September 3, 2014

Fitting in well with a most impressive lineup of fine art, sterling silver, jewelry, antiques, and Asian works, the midcentury design selection at Clarke Auction will feature the best of the best on September 7th at 12pm. The selection will begin with several featured lots from post-war American designers. For example, there will be several lots of Paul McCobb including a travertine top and brass tea cart for the Irwin Collection distributed by Calvin. Also by Paul McCobb for Calvin, a beautiful darker finish server with brass accent pulls and “x” stretcher, and a blondewood desk. Al...

An exhibition of major new painting and sculptures inspired by 16th and 17th century decorated sea maps by MacArthur-award winning artist Mark Bradford, on view at the Rose Art Museum, Sept.  11, 2014, to Dec.  21, 2014.

Rose Art Museum Receives Grants from Andy Warhol Foundation and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Released: September 3, 2014

Christopher Bedford, Director of the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, has announced two major grants, both for $100,000, from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.  The Warhol Foundation grant will support the exhibition, Lisa Yuskavage: The Brood, opening in September 2015. The Mellon Foundation grant will support three years of programming triggered by the hiring of a Curator of Academic Projects, an innovative position specifically designed to integrate the Rose’s collections and programs into teaching and learning at the un...

Pedazos del Mundo #26, 1962.  Oil on linen, 56 x 56 inches.

Robert S. Neuman: Pedazos del Mundo on exhibit at Childs Gallery, Boston

Released: September 3, 2014

A second generation Abstract Expressionist, Robert S. Neuman (b. 1926) explores global fragmentation in his vibrant series Pedazos del Mundo – Pieces of the World. Begun in 1961 and painted in response to his time spent abroad in Germany and Spain in the 1950s, this ongoing project uses the visual language of geometric abstraction to symbolize the many people and cultures that make up our world. Childs Gallery is pleased to announce an upcoming exhibition of paintings, prints, and works on paper from Neuman’s Pedazos del Mundo series.  The Pedazos del Mundo series util...

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