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October 25, 2018, 2:11pm

NAP Artist on View: Annie Lapin

New American Paintings alum Annie Lapin (Pacific Coast #91) on view at Miles McEnery Gallery.  

ANNIE LAPIN
October 11 - November 10, 2018

For more information please visit:

Miles McEnery Gallery
525 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011
212 445 0051

Annie Lapin
Art of Heads and Hands
2018
oil, oil stick, vinyl paint, acrylic and charcoal on linen
72 x 96 inches

photo courtesy of Miles McEnery Gallery

 

Listed under: NAP Artists on View, New York

August 18, 2018, 2:54pm

NAP Artist on View: Heidi Hanh and Vera Iliatova

New American Paintings alum Heidi Hanh (cover artist Northeast #134) and Vera Iliatova (Northeast #86) on view at Monya Rowe Gallery.  

Something Lush and Hot, Drippy
August 9 - August 31, 2018

For more information please visit:

Monya Rowe Gallery
224 West 30th Street, #1005
New York, NY 10001
646 234 8645

Heidi Hahn
The Point of Nothingness and Caring is Besides That #1
2018
oil on canvas
18 x 18 inches

photo courtesy of Monya Rowe Gallery

 

Listed under: NAP Artists on View

August 01, 2018, 5:11pm

NAP Artist on View: Angela Dufresne

New American Paintings alum Angela Dufresne (Northeast #92 and #62) on view in a two person show, Glazed, at Monya Rowe Gallery.  

Glazed
June 27 - August 3, 2018

For more information please visit:

Monya Rowe Gallery
224 West 30th Street, #1005
New York, NY 10001
646 234 8645

Angela Dufresne
70's Mom
2017
oil on canvas
20 x 19.5 inches

photo courtesy of Monya Rowe Gallery

Listed under: NAP Artists on View

July 17, 2018, 4:38pm

NAP Artist on View: Alex Jackson and Vaughn Spann

New American Paintings alumni, Alex Jackson (Midwest issue #119 cover artist) and Vaughn Spann (forthcoming MFA issue #135 cover artist), are both featured in Block Party at Jenkins Johnson Gallery.  

Block Party
July 14 - August 25, 2018

For more information please visit:

Jenkins Johnson Gallery
207 Ocean Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225
212.629.0707

Alex Jackson
Topiary
2018
oil on panel
48 x 60 inches

photo courtesy of Jenkins Johnson Gallery

Listed under: NAP Artists on View

July 14, 2018, 3:30pm

NAP Artist on View: Anthony Iacono, Allison Schulnik, and Michael Stamm

New American Paintings alumni, Anthony Iacono (MFA issue #129 cover artist)  Allison Schulnik (Pacific Coast #79 and #55), and Michael Stamm (Northeast issue #128) are all featured in Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose, curated by Nikki Maloof and Louis Fratino at Jack Hanley Gallery. 

Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose 
June 28 - August 3, 2018

For more information please visit:

Jack Hanley Gallery
327 Broome Street
New York, NY 10002
646 918 6824

installation view: Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY, June 28 - August 3, 2018
photo courtest of Jack Hanley Gallery

 

Listed under: NAP Artists on View

November 25, 2016, 10:17am

Considering Painting’s Shelf Life with Boris Osterov

Since painting began to migrate from church walls to stretched linen, a painter’s niche within the art market had been carved. Not only was canvas friendlier to 16th century Venice’s damp boulevards, it also fit snugly on the walls of those with a few florins to spare, as it still does today. While contemporary speculators of our global art market are often praised for the integral role they play in driving new ideas and experimentation, the fact remains that painting makes up nearly three quarters of art sales today. And so those looking to make a florin for themselves often find extra incentive to take up the brush and canvas. - Brad Fiore, Chicago Contributor


Boris Osterov | Untitled, 2014, Oil on Canvas, 18 x 17.5 x 4.5

Listed under: Review

January 31, 2013, 8:30am

Art For Sandy Relief: A Closer Look at The Artist Relief Project

Like most New Yorkers, it was hard to look beyond our own basic necessities in the days leading up to Hurricane Sandy. Bottled water, flashlights, canned food. But as the winds died down and the storm’s damage was made known, the extent of its devastation proved bewildering. The homes, neighborhoods, and businesses in New York and New Jersey that took the worst of hits were highly visible news stories. But in the days and weeks following the storm there was another community whose irreparable damages came to light: those of the arts community. - Nadiah Fellah, NYC Contributor

Listed under: Art Market, Art World

March 15, 2012, 8:15am

Photos from the Whitney Biennial

As promised, we've posted some of our photos from our trip to the Whitney Biennial. There were many highlights, but we captured some of our favorite artists/pieces. If you went, let us know what you thought about the exhibition in our comments section. More pictures after the jump!

Listed under: Art World

January 25, 2012, 8:15am

Robert Buck at CRG: This American Graveyard

A horned cow skull on a nine-foot-tall cement totem looms in the entrance of CRG Gallery. As all of the works in Robert Buck’s show Kahpenakwu (“west” in Comanche), of paintings, drawings, and large sculpture, it serves as a tombstone for Native America, transforming the gallery into an industrial wasteland.

Listed under: Review

November 18, 2011, 10:15am

Piled-Up: Q&A With Allison Schulnik

Stepping out of the ambient bustling of West 20th street into ZieherSmith last week, the outside world and its stimuli immediately evaporated.  Through the gatherings of weary figures and overripe fauna of Allison Schulnik's solo exhibition drifts the melancholy melody of Scott Walker's “It's Raining Today,” the source imperceptible from the entrance.  Dramatically lit with small spots, and thick with the smell of oil paint, Mound (Exhibiting through December 17th), envelopes its viewers in a multi-sensory experience of nostalgia and theatricality.

Listed under: Q&A

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