The lines between art, science and magic are explored in a new exhibition at Christopher Bishop Fine Art.
Comprising a dozen major paintings, many not seen for decades, the exhibition surveys a particularly productive decade in Joan Brown’s career, from the late 1960s through the late 1970s
Part of the Downtown Barrie Mural Project, these installations make up “Words and Images: Responding to this Place,” a project made by local artists for locals.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields has acquired ‘El Tendedero/The Clothesline Indiana’ by Mónica Mayer (Mexico, b.1954).
Herbert Gentry was an important figure in the post-war European art scene, which he marked via his own vividly gestural canvases, and his remarkable role in fostering transcontinental relations between American artists and their European counterparts.
Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta presents an exhibition of new works by Erik Madigan Heck from his new series and accompanying monograph, The Garden.
The Norton Museum of Art’s holdings in Modern art, both European and American, represents the finest public collection of Modern art in Florida and the Southea.
“Dreaming Forms: Chihuly Then and Now,” the third Dale Chihuly exhibition in the history of Naples, FL’s The Baker Museum, helps celebrate the museum’s 20th season and its reopening to the public.
Works by Jackie Gendel and Adrianne Rubenstein will be on view in both locations through December 31st in an inaugural partnership of the two galleries.
Conceived during this pandemic era, the immersive video work depicts the American flag in unsettling stillness, as a marker of territory, and projected onto bodies, while set to a heartrending soundtrack.