Whitworth Art Gallery, The University of Manchester, UK True Mediums, Cavin-Morris, New York J Crist Gallery, Boise, responsible for the estate for five years. 1998 Art Unsolved, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin. 1997 Phyllis Kind, New York. Note: Phyllis Kind borrowed Agatha's art from Cordier and Ekstrom for subsequent shows and fairs. 1995
Bearden exhibited the Profile series at the Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery in New York—Part I in 1979 and Part II in 1981. For each collage, Bearden and his friend Albert Murray, an author and critic, co-wrote titles and short statements about people and places from Bearden's past.
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Already fifteen years into his passion project, an ongoing collaboration with the Gifu, Japan- based family business with whom he produced new shapes for traditionally crafted paper lanterns, Noguchi arranged with his gallery, Cordier & Ekstrom, to exhibit his Akari, given the momentum of his Whitney Museum retrospective and the publication of ...
Bearden exhibited at Cordier and Warren 1959-1961 and then at Cordier & Ekstrom through 1988, NY a gallery of consummate taste and independent vision. Those who exhibited along with Bearden, at the gallery were Dubuffet, Matta, Noguchi, Duchamp, Lindner and Ossorio.
During the 1970s and 1980s, Bearden refined his style and continued to emphasize subjects derived from African American genre and myth. In 1977, an exhibition entitled Romare Bearden, Odysseus at Cordier and Ekstrom Gallery in New York, included paintings inspired by classical themes.
Cordier and Ekstrom: 2 exhibitions from Apr 1966 - Feb 1970 with artists and curators of solo- and group-exhibitions by Cordier and Ekstrom, Exhibition History, Summary of artist-info.com records, Solo/Group Exhibitions, Visualization, Artwork Offers, Artwork Requests, Exhibition Announcements
Stephen Shore's photographs are attentive to ordinary scenes of daily experience, yet through color--and composition--Shore transforms the mundane into subjects of thoughtful meditation. A restaurant meal on a road trip, a billboard off a highway, and a dusty side street in a Texas town are all seemingly banal images, but upon reflection subtly imply meaning.
Conrad Marca-Relli (born Corrado Marcarelli; June 5, 1913 Boston – August 29, 2000 Parma) was an American artist who belonged to the early generation of New York School Abstract Expressionist artists whose artistic innovation by the 1950s had been recognized across the Atlantic, including Paris. New York School Abstract Expressionism, represented by Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Franz ...
Talk interview with Arne H. Ekstrom of the Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery. Last Dec. Ekstrom did a "Mono Imagists" exhibition showing artists who are concerned with a single image. The show consisted of 15 paintings and sculptures by Jennett Lam, Peter Dechar and Tomio Miki who are concerned with chairs .
In 1964, Grossman had her first solo show, at the Krasner Gallery, which like many subsequent shows, was well received. By 1970, she had had four more solo exhibitions and was being represented by Cordier and Ekstrom Gallery, where she had met Romare Bearden in the early 1960s.
In 1961, the Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery, then called Cordier & Warren, agreed to show my aluminum work after the Stable Gallery had declined. David Smith came to see the show and expressed interest and approval of this partial step toward his own dedication to the use of modern mediums and tools.
She first showed in New York at the Egan Gallery in 1961, and had regular shows throughout the 70's and 80's at the Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery on Madison Avenue. ''She works on a bold scale, filling whole rooms with the objects of her imagination,'' Hilton Kramer wrote in The New York Times in 1978.
He joined the Cordier & Ekstrom gallery in 1961, and was represented by them for the rest of his life. In 1963, Bearden, Hale Woodruff, Charles Alston, Norman Lewis, and others formed the Spiral group in order to promote the work of black artists and explore ways in which they could contribute to the ongoing civil rights movement. In a further ...
In 1969, Romare Bearden (1911–1988) participated in Blocked Metaphors, a group exhibition mounted at the New York gallery Cordier & Ekstrom. 1 Like the other invited artists, Bearden was given a hat block with which to work; this millinery industry form was the basis for …
Bearden's collages drew strong praise when they were exhibited at the Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery in New York's Upper East Side in the spring of 1977, and he went on to make watercolor versions around the same time. About two years later, he translated six of the collage compositions into screenprints, which were published as the Odysseus ...
Sep 09, 2019· The series was exhibition in two parts at the Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery in New York— Part I in 1979 and Part Ii in 1981. For each collage, Bearden and his friend Albert Murray, an author and critic, co-wrote titles and short statements about people and places from Bearden's past.
cordier ekstrom gallery n y - bondhumahal.in · ''Summer Exhibition'' (Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery, 417 East 75th Street): Those who remember Michael Flanagan's ''Baltimore Tunnel'' as one of the strangest images of recent years may like to know that he has an untitled new painting in the summer anthology at Cordier & Ekstrom.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is the cultural heart of a great city—the place for creative play, ... "Doors," Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery, 978 Madison Avenue, New York, ... Francis Picabia," Rose Fried Gallery, New York, December 7, 1953 to January 8, ...
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