Press Releases tagged with hollis taggart

Hollis Taggart Galleries is moving to Chelsea

Released: July 29, 2015

Hollis Taggart Galleries is moving to Chelsea. Our last day on Madison Avenue will be July 31st, and we will reopen to the public on Monday, August 10th at the following locations: Chelsea: 521 West 26th Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10001 Private Viewing: 18 East 64th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10065 Between August 3rd and August 7th we will be available by phone, 212-628-4000, or email, We look forward to seeing you all in our new locations.

Idelle Weber (b.  1932) Lever Building 2, 1970 Collage and gouache on Color-aid paper 24 1/2 x 18 inches

Idelle Weber: The Pop Years at Hollis Taggart Galleries

Released: March 28, 2013

Hollis Taggart Galleries is pleased to present an exhibition of acclaimed Pop artist Idelle Weber’s work from the 1960s and ‘70s. Featuring more than 60 examples from the period, the exhibition highlights Weber’s talent as a keen observer of social life, her economic and eloquent use of form and color, and her ability to combine seemingly incompatible elements, such as hand-drawn patterns with manufactured materials. In her paintings in various media (gouache, tempera, watercolor, acrylic, and oil), collages, and three-dimensional plastic sculptures from this period, Weber depicts figures...

"Pulling at Polarities"

Pulling at PolarIties at Hollis Taggart Galleries

Released: April 30, 2012

When artists pull at polarities, they activate the pictorial surface, reshaping the creative process. The push and pull between the polarizing optics of black and white, the dichotomy between active gesture and flat ground, and the explicit contrast between tactile surfaces and crystalline flatness are hallmarks of much postwar and contemporary art. The tension that arises from this interplay carries the work to new realms. Exemplified by the paintings and sculpture in this exhibition, these seemingly opposing aesthetic approaches, rather than working against each other, act in concert to ...

Pablo Atchugarry - Soñando New York (Dreaming New York), 2011

Pablo Atchugarry at Hollis Taggart Galleries

Released: November 08, 2011

  A definition of the word "heroic" might include "epic," "larger than life," "impressive in size and scope"—all fitting descriptions applicable to the art of sculptor Pablo Atchugarry. Hollis Taggart Galleries is pleased to present the artist’s first New York exhibition. Uruguayan-born Atchugarry made his first sculpture in marble in Carrara in 1979; by living and frequenting the quarries there, he learned to love marble and “listen to its voice.” The artist, who has lived and and worked in Lecco, Italy, in the Lake Como region since 1982, uses marble and bronze to create pieces t...

"Gesture and Abstraction" - Installation view

Gesture and Abstraction: AbEx Gallery Selections at Hollis Taggart Galleries

Released: October 21, 2011

This exhibition celebrates the exuberance of gesture and innovative abstraction that came to define a central tenet of Abstract Expressionism. Often a balancing act between unbridled spontaneity and careful forethought, this body of work highlights the dynamic action painting that defined a new era in abstraction. With the primacy of the painted surface called to order, American postwar art took center stage. With work by Robert Motherwell, Jack Tworkov, Richard Pousette-Dart, Norman Bluhm, Sam Francis, and Mark Tobey, Gesture and Abstraction features paintings that explore unexpected...

Manierre Dawson, "Seven," 1914

Manierre Dawson (1887-1969) A Catalogue Raisonné and Exhibition

Released: April 04, 2011

  Hollis Taggart Galleries is pleased to announce the April 2011 release of Manierre Dawson (1887-1969): A Catalogue Raisonné, published by the Three Graces in association with our gallery. To complement the completion of this 15-year venture, we are proud to present an exhibition of this pioneering artistʼs work. Heralded as one of the most inventive American artists of his generation, Dawson created his first series of non-representational abstract paintings in the spring of 1910, making him among the first American artists to paint abstractly. Inclusion in the influential 191...

Marjorie Strider, "Smiling Blond" circa 1964

Marjorie Strider at Hollis Taggart Galleries

Released: February 25, 2011

    Marjorie Strider - March 8 through April 2, 2011 Hollis Taggart Galleries is pleased to present Marjorie Strider’s first New York City exhibition in 15 years. Bold, suggestive, and challenging, her paintings, sculptures, and built-out reliefs transgress conventions with great intelligence and mischief. With more than 40 artworks on view from the 1960s, 1970s, and today, the exhibition includes pieces dating from Strider’s early exhibitions at Pace Gallery, including the influential “First International Girlie Exhibit” of 1964 and two subsequent solo shows. Stride...

Modernist Works from a California Collection

Modernist Works from a California Collection

Released: December 02, 2010

From November 15 through January 3, 2011, Hollis Taggart Galleries is pleased to offer an important group of paintings and sculptures from a prominent California collection. Combining art historical significance with tremendous visual appeal, these artworks exemplify the key movements of the early twentieth century. The paintings and sculptures from this collection display the broad range of stylistic idioms that modernists explored. Max Weber’s Three Figures and Still Life demonstrate the reach of Cubism in the United States. Artist and Model by Hans Burkhardt and Frederick K...

Deseret, 1959, Oil on canvas, 58 x 70 inches, Signed lower left: "Stamos"

Theodoros Stamos: A Communion with Nature

Released: June 02, 2010

From May 13 through July 2, Hollis Taggart Galleries will present a full retrospective of the work of Theodoros Stamos, the first in the United States in nearly twenty years. The youngest member of the “Irascibles” profiled in Life magazine, Stamos created an innovative oeuvre defined by intellectual engagement with nature, science, and philosophy. With forty paintings on view, the exhibition begins in 1944—shortly after the artist’s first solo show with Betty Parsons at age twenty—then documents his engagement with Abstract Expressionism in the 1950s, and continues into the 1990s,...

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