DC Moore Gallery presents “Alexi Worth: Changing Table,” an exhibition of new mesh paintings created since August, and partly inspired by Worth’s efforts to conduct civil dialogues with Trump supporters online.
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
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.
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.
This exhibition expands upon Ida Applebroog’s ‘Angry Birds of America’ works she began making in 2016.