Feature Exhibition

Neptune’s Place: Early Works by Jean-Michel Basquiat

Curated by Al Diaz, aka SAMO Brooklyn’s Bishop Gallery will show a collection of never-before-exhibited early works by Jean-Michel Basquiat. Over 20 pieces were made by Basquiat between 1979 and 1981 in the Manhattan apartment of his friend Lonny Lichtenberg, and the body of work is curated by the artists’s onetime collaborator, Al Diaz.[…]

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The Women Who Made Modern Art Modern

Curated by Michael Klein This untold story profiles 12 women dealers active in the 1940s, 50s, and 60s who helped shape the careers of the century’s most important artists.The dealers include Betty Parsons, Eleanor Ward, Martha Jackson, Terry Dintenfass, Virginia Zabriskie, Gertrude Kasle, Jill Kornblee, Grace Borgenicht, Virginia Dwan, Peggy Guggenheim, and Marian Willard. Over 40 works by artists whom these[…]

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TIMEBAG: COLOMBIA NOW

TIMEBAG​, the independently organized artist project based in Colombia, will present a survey of work by emerging, mid­career and established Colombian artists, titled Colombia N.O.W. ​This project curated by Carlos Uribe, Gabriel Mario Vélez and Maria Luisa Vélez, invites a public discussion on the country and culture of Colombia today.[…]

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Grace Hartigan (1960 -1965): the Perry Collection

Curated by Michael Klein To celebrate its premiere this December 1-6, X Contemporary will exhibit a selection of paintings and collages that represent Hartigan’s Abstract Expressionist style as it evolved in the early 60s towards new levels of abstraction and representation. Long overlooked, Hartigan was a key innovator amongst the painters of the New York School. In[…]

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