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Larry Zox Exhibited at the Nassau County Museum of Art

August 27, 2018 - A. E. Colas for ZealNYC

Art Break: Museums of Long Island Are Steeped in History While Capitalizing on Their Picturesque Settings

When people think of Long Island, they tend to think about the outdoors: the beaches, ocean, parks, wineries – even the best mall on the Island is an outdoor one. Not Art Break! When we think of Long Island what springs to mind are the artists’ colonies of the East End and North Fork, the sculpture gardens of Nassau and Suffolk counties, and the community involvement of so many museums.

Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, located on the old Frick estate, is known for specializing in 19th and 20th century American and European art as well as having a beautiful garden, well-marked nature trails, and an excellent sampling of modern sculpture on display. There are two special exhibitions currently on view: True Colors and A Mirror to Nature: Sculpture by Marko Remec (both ongoing).


Syd Solomon Exhibited in "The Permanent Collection: A 30- Year Survey" at The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center

August 23, 2018 - Sarah Drake for Hamptons Art Hub

Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center: “The Permanent Collection: A 30-Year Survey”
August 2, 2018 through October 27, 2018

The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center presents “The Permanent Collection: A 30-Year Survey” featuring highlights such Composition with Red Arc and Horses, a 1930’s painting by Jackson Pollock, and a wooden bird house made by Pollock in the 1940s.

In addition to art by Jackson Pollock, the survey includes artworks by Lee Krasner, Mike Bidlo, Thomas Hart Benton, James Brooks, Stanley William Hayter, David Slivka and Syd Solomon. Photography by Dan Budnik, Robert Giard, Bernard Gotfryd, Barbara Kasten, Fred McDarrah, Hans Namuth, Tony Vaccaro and Wilfrid Zogbaum are also part of the show.

The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center is located at 830 Springs-Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937.

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The State of Art: Ground Zero Looks Back at 2 Decades of Visual Art

August 21, 2018 - L. Kent Wolgamott for Lincoln Journal Star

This list of 20 Includes exhibitions in Lincoln, Omaha, Des Moines, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York. I saw the latter three when I was one of 12 American fellows in the International Arts Journalism Institute in Visual Art in 2009.

“Now’s The Time,” Sheldon Museum of Art, 2017

There were multiple Sheldon shows drawn from its collection that I considered for this list. I ended up choosing the one that is most in my wheelhouse — "Now’s The Time,” an exhibition of Sheldon’s abstract expressionist works conceived by director and chief curator Wally Mason after “Yellow Band,” the museum’s Mark Rothko masterwork was exhibited in an AE survey in London and Bilbao, Spain.

A who’s who of mid-century artists, the smartly hung show included works by Barnett Newman, Han Hoffman, Robert Motherwell, Clyfford Still, Willem deKooning, Franz Kline, Jackson Pollock, Philip Guston, Lee Krasner along with newly acquired works by Judith Godwin and Perle Fine. That’s an impressive lineup for any museum, particularly a university museum in the middle of the country.


Honoring Stephen Pace

August 21, 2018 - Emma Corry for The Shield

“Stephen Pace: An Artist’s Process” honors Stephen Pace for the 10th anniversary of the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries and will be displayed until Sept. 10.

Susan Sauls said artists don’t just sit down and create a masterpiece.

The university’s summer exhibit, “Stephen Pace: An Artist’s Process” features the work of Stephen Pace to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries.

Sauls, university art collection registrar, co-curated the exhibit. She said she wanted to showcase Pace’s work because he is the patron of the gallery. Pace donated 245 works of art to the university.


Eric Dever Hosts the Friends of Guild Hall at his Water Mill Studio

August 17, 2018 - Berry Campbell

Photo credit Pam Abrahams, Friends of Guild Hall.

Eric Dever | Solo Exhibition
Berry Campbell Gallery
January, 2019


Judith Godwin's, Woman, Acquired by the Denver Art Museum

August 16, 2018 - Berry Campbell

This painting was exhibited in the Denver Art Museum's remarkably successful 2016 exhibition, Women of Abstract Expressionism.

Judith Godwin | Solo Exhibition
Berry Campbell
February 2019  


Video Now Available: In Conversation: Jill Nathanson talks with A.V. Ryan about her solo exhibition, Cadence, at Berry Campbell

August 15, 2018 - Berry Campbell

In Conversation: Jill Nathanson talks with A.V. Ryan about her solo exhibition,

Directed by Andrew Gurian


An Exhibtion of Mike Solomon at the East Hampton Library

August 15, 2018 - Berry Campbell

Artist Reception and Lecture
Saturday, September 15, 2018 
6:00 pm  

A lecture by artist Mike Solomon, Ossorio Foundation founding Director:  The Creeks: Epicenter of the 1950 Hamptons Art Community


Extended: Walter Darby Bannard | 1959 - 1962 at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

August 15, 2018 - Berry Campbell

Walter Darby Bannard | 1959 - 1962
Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami
April 26 - January 6, 2018  

Walter Darby Bannard | 1959-1962 is a focused exhibition of a series of breakthrough paintings the artist produced over a period of several years, during which he abandoned gestural brushwork and developed a pared-down geometric vocabulary. The early works presented have rarely and only recently been exhibited.


GWU Gallery Honors the Corcoran’s Nearly 150-Year Legacy

August 8, 2018 - Jennifer Anne

DC artists paint the town red — and every color of the rainbow

The Washington Color School encompasses the DC artists in the 1950s and 1960s who focused on Color Field painting, a style of abstract painting that typically includes blocks of solid color. Many of these artists were associated with what is now known as George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts & Design. The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery’s inaugural exhibition in the Corcoran’s Flagg Building celebrates the history of both the Washington Color School and the Corcoran.

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