SUSAN CHRYSLER WHITE IN (OF) OUR WORLD

                Susan Chrysler White explores issues of global dysfunction through the fusion of the baroque filigree that is a hallmark of her sculpture and the colorful geometric patterning fundamental to her painting vocabulary. This new work includes highly expressive reliefs that pour off the wall in cascading waterfalls [...]

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MATTER IN MOTION

Claire Falkenstein: Matter in Motion, is a survey that will feature significant examples from the prolific oeuvre of Claire Falkenstein (American, 1908-1997). Celebrated for her exquisite structures of fused metal and glass, the exhibition will also include works in a range of media, from early ceramic and wood sculptures to seminal explorations in metal to [...]

DAN FLAVIN IN DAYLIGHT OR COOL WHITE

  Dan Flavin: in daylight or cool white is being presented at the David Zwiner's Gallery on West 20th Street. The exhibition will examine Dan Flavin’s use of different variations of fluorescent white light, focusing on significant works from the 1960s. The title refers to Flavin’s seminal text “‘… in daylight or cool white.’ an autobiographical sketch,” [...]

KATHLEEN WHITE CLOSING AT MARTOS AND SHOWING AT PIONEER WORKS

       Martos Gallery presented A Year of Firsts, the gallery’s first solo exhibition with The Estate of Kathleen White. White’s practice was in many ways about “the story of a gift.” Before passing away in 2014, much of her work was in response to her love for the family of friends she surrounded herself [...]

MARK DI SUERVO

                 Paula Cooper Gallery presents an exhibition of work by Mark di Suvero. Throughout his sixty-year career, di Suvero has created vibrant and dynamic works, which fuse vitality and movement with complex construction. Presenting a range of medium including sculpture, painting, and drawing, this new exhibition explores the [...]

ARSHILE GORSKY’S LANDSCAPE

Abstraction allows man to see with his mind what he cannot physically see with his eyes... Abstract art enables the artist to perceive beyond the tangible, to extract the infinite out of the finite. It is the emancipation of the mind. It is an explosion into unknown areas. Arshile Gorky's diverse body of work was [...]

IRVING PENN CENTENNIAL

      Catch the centennial exhibition of Irving Penn before it closes Thursday at the Pace/MacGill gallery in Midtown. Photographer Irving Penn (American, 1917–2009) is celebrated for his compelling portraits, scenes, and still lifes, in genres ranging from fashion to travel photography. Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, Penn studied painting and design at the [...]

NEW SHOW ON ALEXANDER CALDER

    Calder: Hypermobility focuses on the extraordinary breadth of movement and sound in the work of Alexander Calder. This exhibition brings together a rich constellation of key sculptures and provides a rare opportunity to experience the works as the artist intended—in motion. Regular activations will occur in the galleries, revealing the inherent kinetic nature [...]

REALIST PAINTER EDWARD HOPPER

  New York Movie, 1939 by Edward Hopper This month marks the 50th anniversary of Edward Hopper's death. State of the Arts NYC wish to share one of his masterpieces.  A movie theater in New York, one of those elaborate mock palaces where Hollywood spirits us for a few hours into another world - in [...]

SEAN SCULLY AT CHEIM & READ

                   Sean Scully has a new exhibition right now in Chelsea but State of the Arts NYC thought it would be good to look back on a past exhibition to allow our followers to learn more about the artist and to see how his work is evolving. [...]