Works by Rodolfo Abularach, Mario Bencomo, Denise Carvalho, Pérez Celis, Entes, and Agustín Fernández are on view at the NYC gallery through January 7, 2022.
The exhibition features a unique collection of sculptures and paintings by Abstract Expressionists and contemporary expressionist artists, on view through January 8, 2021.
This is a group exhibition that features select Bay Area and Los Angeles artists who followed the surge of Abstract Expressionists across the country in the 1950s to participate in their flourishing sister movement: the New York School.
SUPER BODIES moves beyond the gallery’s focus on abstract expressionism to exhibit art from a potpourri of artists, periods, countries, and media.
Iconic gallerist Anita Shapolsky talks with contemporary painter, Denise Carvalho, about what makes a good exhibition.
Firmly grounded in the fundamentals of the Abstract Expressionist tradition, Briggs’ active involvement in the development of the scene has had lasting influence on successive generations.
Burt Hasen’s (1921-2007) etchings are populated by figures in varying states of metamorphosis; transitioning from human to animal, singularities to pluralities, background to foreground, inanimate to animate.
The exhibition brings together the work of of Michiko Itatani, Buffie Johnson, William Manning, and Jeanne Miles.
Gechtoff and Kelly were key members of the San Francisco School of Abstract Expressionism.
Featuring work by Rodolfo Abularach, Mario Bencomo, Pérez Celis, and Agustin Fernandez.
This exhibition emphasizes the pluralistic nature of abstraction art. Featured artists include: Ernest Briggs, Peter Agostini, Seymour Boardman, Ilya Bolotowsky, James Brooks, Lawrence Calcagno, Nassos Daphnis, Beauford Delaney, Friedel Dzubas, Jimmy Ernst, and many more.
The Anita Shapolsky Gallery is pleased to present Women! Women! (of the ‘50s), a comprehensive collection of works by women abstract expressionists who exhibited in the 1950s.