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ART REVIEW: Mike Solomon Works Concentrate Attention and Tease Perception

June 12, 2017 - Peter Malone for Hamptons Art Hub

New paintings by Mike Solomon embrace an unusual variety of formal ambiguity. Uniquely and unexpectedly reticent, his resin-constructed panels, most of which fall within easel scale, present the viewer with out of focus fields of color that are compelling while still offering resistance to optical navigation. Currently exhibited in "Mike Solomon: Immediate Splendor" at Berry Campbell in New York, these works insist instead on a viewer’s steady and indeterminate gaze. Objectively speaking, they may be said to cultivate a realization of Hans Hoffman’s push-and-pull that is frozen in time.


Eric Dever: Light, Energy and Matter

May 26, 2017 - John Jackson for LMU Library News

The William H. Hannon Library, and Master of Arts in Yoga Studies at Loyola Marymount University, are pleased to present, Eric Dever: Light, Energy and Matter, an exhibition of 45 paintings which brings the viewer on a journey, similar to the path of the artist himself.


A Son Reflects on Larry Zox and Their East Hampton Roots

May 19, 2017 - Alexander Zox for Hamptons Art Hub

On the occasion of the current Larry Zox exhibition at Berry Campbell gallery in New York City, closing May 26, 2017, the artist's son Alexander Zox submitted this personal essay about his father and his family’s relationship to East Hampton and the East End of Long Island.


Big, Bold Color: Larry Zox At Berry Campbell Gallery

May 1, 2017 - Chris Hopkins for Incollect

Pedestrians walking by Berry Campbell, site of a new exhibition dedicated to Larry Zox (1937-2006), all have the same reaction.

“You look through the window, and it’s like, ‘Wow!’” says Christine A. Berry, co-owner of the gallery on West 24th Street, in Chelsea. “You’re whacked in the face by bold reds, and next to that, you may see a soft seafoam green. It’s a very powerful show, with bold compositions and beautiful colors.”


Larry Zox

April 25, 2017 - Kim Uchiyama for Delicious Line

The vibrant geometric paintings of Larry Zox from the 1960s employ strategies that continue to influence contemporary abstraction. A jazzy, muscular narrative fuels these works. Zox used diagonals to break up languid horizontal elements grounded in landscape.


Larry Zox at Berry Campbell Gallery, New York

April 18, 2017 - Blouin ArtInfo

Berry Campbell Gallery, New York, presents an exhibition of works by American painter, printmaker, and Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox (1937-2006) that will run from April 20 through May 26, 2017.

The selection of works on display explores the artist’s intense and vibrantly colored geometric abstractions that question and violate symmetry. His paintings reveal an artist who is a master of composition challenging the possibilities of Post-Painterly Abstraction and Minimalist pictorial conventions. Zox’s works are represented in over one hundred museum collections. What he strived for was to arrive at the specific character and quality of each painting in and for itself.


Eric Dever's Year of Discovery

April 6, 2017 - Jennifer Landes for The East Hampton Star

For more than a decade, Eric Dever employed the same idiom in his painting, with a square canvas and a limited palette. It served him well, with many group and solo exhibitions both locally and internationally.


Raymond Hendler in British Vogue

March 15, 2017 - British Vogue

Raymond Hendler is featured in British Vogue! Thanks to Ruth and Tom Chapman of MATCHESFASHION.COM Man--two of our favorite clients. The credit reads: "The painting above our dining room fireplace is by Raymond Hender, bought at Berry Campbell, a favorite gallery in New York's Chelsea."

Live in the Historic Woolworth Building for $26.4 Million

March 14, 2017 - Melissa Minton for Architectural Digest

You may know the Woolworth Building as one of the most historic places in the United States, formerly housing a shopping mall, but now it's getting a different title: luxury apartment building. Completed in 1913, it stood as the tallest building in the world until 1930, when the Chrysler Building was erected. The top thirty floors have been converted to residences, though the 33 units are still under construction, which will include full-floor homes on the market for $26.4 million. Designed by French architect and designer Thierry Despont, all of the apartments feature custom kitchens with Dada cabinetry, Calacatta Caldia marble countertops and backsplashes, solid oak herringbone floors, and a suite of integrated Miele appliances. The building's amenities include a pool, spa, and sauna; a wine cellar and tasting room; and an exclusive entertainment salon. With one-bedroom units starting at $4.6 million, it may be worth it to live in the "cathedral in the sky."

Below is a model apartment, decorated by Alan Tanksley, which represents 2–3 bedroom units that will be priced around $9.5 million.

Dan Christensen: Late Calligraphic Stains at Berry Campbell Gallery

February 27, 2017 - Jennifer Wolf

Berry Campbell’s current exhibition highlighting the stain paintings from the last decade of Dan Christensen’s career brings to life an intriguing body of work from a perhaps under the radar artist working in the Abstract Expressionist and Color Field traditions at the close of the twentieth century. The works included in this aptly titled “Late Calligraphic Stains” exhibition hearken back to the work of icons of mid-century art history: Pollock, Rothko, and Twombly among them, but Christensen’s handling brings something truly unique to the conversation.

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