AMERICAN ARTIST THORNTON DIAL

David Lewis Gallery is pleased to present ​Thornton Dial: Dial World​, a two-part exhibition celebrating the legacy and brilliance of Thornton Dial. Each exhibition is named after a work by the artist. Dial World, Part I: The Tiger that Flew Over New York City takes place on 88 Eldridge Street, and presents eight major assemblages…

PABLO PICASSO’S ANTI-WAR WORK GUERNICA

The Spanish Civil War broke out in July, 1936, after a group of conservative military tried to overthrow the progressive government of the Popular Front, elected in February of the same year. Expecting an easy coup, the military rebels were surprised to encounter massive popular resistance, especially in the large urban centers. In a matter…

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…