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Howard Daum, Combat, 1947, intaglio, final state

The Bombing of Guernica, 1937

Posted: April 26, 2017 12:13 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

It would have been market day eighty years ago today in the small Basque town of Guernica when it was bombed by the German Luftwaffe and the Italian Aeronautica Militare. It was the first deliberate targeting of civilians by a military air force in the history of the world.   The number of dead was probably around 300 with scores of people, and as Picasso reminded us, animals, horribly injured, and the town destroyed. Within three months Pablo Picasso made a monumental work that continues to haunt us today.   Picasso’s painting, while under the protection of the Museum of Modern Ar...


Peggy Bacon, Low Tide (Wellfleet, MA)

PEGGY BACON AND CLARE LEIGHTON FEATURED IN PROVINCETOWN

Posted: April 09, 2017 16:17 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

 Down the Road: Wellfleet Printmakers from the 20th Century is on view at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA, from April 7 through May 21, 2017. It’s a wide reaching show with exceptional examples of work by Clare Leighton and including many of the actual woodblocks for her 1954 book, Where Land Meets Sea – The Enduring Cape Cod, jewels in themselves. Leighton’s print of the Oyster Houses, 1948 (and my new favorite of hers), is paired with a related preparatory drawing, as well as Peggy Bacon’s Low Tide, 1952, Albert Edel’s extremely scarce Oyster Shacks, and eve...


Stanley William Hayter, (Abstraction: Six Vignettes), 1944

SYRACUSE PRINT FAIR

Posted: September 22, 2016 10:35 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

This weekend: Syracuse University Print Fair in conjunction with the exhibition About Prints: The Legacy of STANLEY WILLIAM HAYTER   In addition to prints and drawings by HAYTER we’ll feature work by MINNA CITRON, HOWARD DAUM, DOROTHY DEHNER, SUE FULLER, PETER GRIPPE, FANNIE HILLSMITH, KETT, FRANZ KLINE, ALICE TRUMBULL MASON, ANNE RYAN, LOUIS SCHANKER, and KARL SCHRAG.   Shaffer Art Building Syracuse University, Main Campus   Friday, September 23, Noon to 6 PM Saturday: September 24, Noon to 6 PM Sunday, September 25, Noon to 4 PM   There will also be a Sy...


LA Fine Print Fair, 2016

CALIFORNIA REPORT, JANUARY 2016

Posted: February 05, 2016 11:09 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

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 every...


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

MIAMI REPORT

Posted: December 12, 2015 13:55 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

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 D...


Puye Cliff Dwellings, July, 13, 2015

New Mexico, July 13 and 14

Posted: July 25, 2015 12:43 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

Sunday, July 12, was the last day of Art Santa Fe 2015. We loved being there and had many wonderful visitors. We were especially pleased that works by Peggy Bacon, William Baziotes, Isabel Bishop, Howard Daum, Peter Grippe, Hugh Mesibov, and Angelo Pinto, (east-coasters all) were noticed and admired!   Monday, July 13, we drove to the Puye Cliff Dwellings, a National Historic Landmark and ancestral home of todays’ Santa Clara Pueblo Native Americans. The site is run by the Pueblo; the guides are members as well. The mesa is volcanic tuff, a light, easily cut material that was al...


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