GAL­LERIES AND MU­SE­UMS

A CUR­RENT LIST­ING

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Ly­man Al­lyn Art Mu­seum 625 Wil­liams Street, New Lon­don, CT 06320; (860) 443-2545; www.ly­manal­lyn.org. Noh The­atre in the Wood­block Prints of Tsukioka Ko¯gyo (June 16–Oc­to­ber 14, 2018) ex­plores the art of wood­block prints and the his­tory, sto­ries, and cos­tumes of Ja­panese Noh Theater at the turn of the 20th cen­tury. K¯ogyo spe­cial­ized in de­pic­tions of Noh Theater, a clas­si­cal art form that had pri­mar­ily been en­joyed by so­cial elites un­til the mod­ern­iza­tion of Ja­pan in the Meiji era. Over 50 Ja­panese color wood­block prints and sev­eral masks will be fea­tured.

Neil Wel­liver: Paint­ings and Prints. On view through June 29th.

In the 1960s and 70s Neil Wel­liver (1929–2005) led a move­ment to re­de­fine rep­re­sen­ta­tional paint­ing in a post-ab­stract ex­pres­sion­ist, post-min­i­mal world. This ex­hi­bi­tion sur­veys Wel­liver’s work and in­cludes prime early fig­u­ra­tive sub­jects along side his ma­ture land­scapes from the 1980s and 90s of the un­spoiled wilder­ness, some of which mea­sure 96 inches square. In­cluded also are a se­lec­tion of mas­ter­ful ukiyo-e wood­cut prints, which were part of Wel­liver’s prac­tice through­out his ca­reer.

Robert Si­mon Fine Art 22 East 80th Street, 4th Floor, New York 10075; www.robert­si­mon.com; grand­cen­tralate­lier.org; rbs@robert­si­mon.com “The Un­bro­ken Line: Old and New Mas­ters” May 11–June 1, 2018. Open: Mon–Fri, 11:00 am–5:00 pm Robert Si­mon Fine Art and Grand Central Ate­lier present an ex­hi­bi­tion of con­tem­po­rary paint­ings and draw­ings along­side Old Mas­ters works, re­veal­ing the un­bro­ken line of fine art into the 21st Cen­tury. Robert Si­mon cu­rates a se­lec­tion of Old Mas­ter paint­ings and draw­ings paired with new works by Jacob Collins, Colleen Barry, An­thony Baus, Will St. John, Edward Mi­noff and Justin Wood, all in­struc­tors at Grand Central Ate­lier, one of the world’s premier ate­liers train­ing artists in the clas­si­cal tra­di­tion of draw­ing, paint­ing and sculp­ture.

Vic­to­ria Mun­roe Fine Art 67 East 80th Street #2, NY, NY, www.vic­to­ri­a­munroe­fin­eart.com margo@vic­to­ri­a­munroe­fin­eart.com (917) 900-6661, Tues­day-Thurs­day 11-5 and by ap­point­ment From June 5 - July 26, the gallery presents Ex­am­ples of Nat­u­ral His­tory: 18th, 19th and 20th cen­tury works on pa­per. Draw­ings in this ex­hi­bi­tion come from Europe and In­dia, where there was a strong drive to clas­sify and ac­cu­rately record the flora and fauna of the time. Drawn bee­tles, fish, crus­taceans, squash, mush­rooms, eggs and bulbs are all exquisitely repli­cated on pa­per, of­ten float­ing in the cen­ter of the page with with­out con­text be­yond the species la­bel.

At­lantic Gallery 548 West 28th Street, Suite 540, New York, NY, 10001; Tel: (212) 219-3183; www.at­lantic­gallery.org. Tues–Sat noon to 6:00 pm, open till 9:00 pm on Thurs. Meera Thomp­son: ALLEGRO New Works on Pa­per. June 5–23, 2018.

John Davis Gallery 362 ½ War­ren Street, Hud­son, NY 12534; (518) 828-5907; art@john­davis­gallery.com; www.john­davis­gallery.com Clin­tel Steed, Paint­ings May 26–June 17 “In this cur­rent body of paint­ings that I will be show­ing at John Davis gallery I will be fo­cus­ing on the sum­mer Olympics from 2016. I have been work­ing on this se­ries for the past 2 years and this will be the first time I will be able to ex­hibit the se­ries in its to­tal­ity." — Clin­tel Steed, 2018

Wildlife Art wes­t­en­dan­tiques.com Tiger paint­ing by Michael Banks. michael­bankswildlifeart.com Con­tact: mike@wes­t­en­dan­tiques.com

Shep­herd / W & K Gal­leries 58 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10075; (212) 861-4050; shep­herdgallery.com. Gus­tav Klimt — Draw­ings. May 1 – 27, July 2018. In 1918, in Vi­enna, four ma­jor contributors to mod­ernism died; the ar­chi­tect Otto Wag­ner, and the painters Kolomon Moser, Egon Schiele and Gus­tav Klimt. Klimt was widely known as one of the most fash­ion­able artists of the fin-de-siè­cle. Even so, he em­braced the avant-garde works of his younger col­leagues and was, along with Kolomon Moser, a founder of the Vi­enna Se­ces­sion. The sen­su­al­ity that Gus­tav Klimt’s works con­vey re­mains pow­er­fully vivid to­day. He re­veals es­sen­tial as­pects of life, shed­ding light on sex­ual de­sire, preg­nancy, and birth and death. His work paved the way for the au­tonomous evo­lu­tion of the Vi­enna art scene; decades later, its in­flu­ence can still be felt in the Vi­en­nese Ac­tion­ism of the 1960s. On the oc­ca­sion of the cen­te­nary of the Klimt’s death, Shep­herd W&K has mounted a spe­cial ex­hi­bi­tion of forty of the artist’s draw­ings, in­clud­ing por­traits, stud­ies, and a siz­able en­sem­ble of nudes. The ex­hi­bi­tion can be viewed on our web­site: Shep­herdgallery.com. An ac­com­pa­ny­ing pub­li­ca­tion Gus­tav Klimt—Draw­ings in the se­ries W&K Edi­tion, is avail­able at $45.00 (in­cludes ship­ping).

At­lantic Gallery 548 W. 28th Street, Suite 540, NY, NY 10001; (212) 219-3183; www.at­lantic­gallery.org; Phyl­lis Chilling­worth: Of Joy… An ex­pe­ri­ence in the land of Zi­hu­atanejo, Mex­ico. Oil paint­ings. For more info: www.phyl­lis­chilling­worth.com; Open­ing Re­cep­tion: June 7th, 5 to 8 pm. Gallery hours: Tues. through Sat. noon to 6 pm. Thurs. noon to 9 pm. Ex­hibit runs: June 5–June 23, 2018.

Boris Lurie Art Foun­da­tion 599 11th Av­enue, Floor 4, NY, NY 10036 Boris Lurie and Sam Good­man are fea­tured in Flashes of the Fu­ture: the ‘68’ gen­er­a­tion or the power of the pow­er­less, at the Lud­wig Fo­rum in Aachen, Ger­many through Oc­to­ber 7. What was re­pressed in the United States be­came the sub­ject of [their] work: lynch mobs, se­rial killers, atomic bombs, racism, wars. In a way that scan­dal­ized the art world, Lurie com­bined images of con­cen­tra­tion camps with pin-ups cut out of mag­a­zines…. With his pin-up col­lages, Lurie ex­posed cul­ture as bar­barism in the spirit of Adorno. If cul­ture is ac­tu­ally un­cul­ture, then NO!art can be­come the true art." — Peter Weibel, artist, cu­ra­tor, the­o­reti­cian.

Swann Auc­tion Gal­leries 104 East 25th Street, New York, NY 10010; (212) 254-4710; swan­ngal­leries.com. Up­com­ing Auc­tion: “Rev­o­lu­tion­ary & Pres­i­den­tial Amer­i­cana from the Col­lec­tion of Wil­liam Wheeler III,” June 21; Pre­view: June 16-21. This sin­gle-owner auc­tion of Amer­i­cana from the col­lec­tion of Wil­liam Wheeler in­cludes let­ters signed by Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton and Thomas Paine, and doc­u­ments signed by Ben­jamin Franklin and Paul Re­vere. Printed items in­clude a broad­side from Mas­sachusetts in May of 1776, declar­ing the jus­tice of the re­bel­lion. All but a few U.S. pres­i­dents are rep­re­sented, cre­at­ing a nearly un­bro­ken lin­eage of let­ters, doc­u­ments and im­por­tant Amer­i­cana from 1776 to to­day.

Amer­i­can Paint­ing Fine Art 5125 MacArthur Blvd., NW, Suite 17, Wash­ing­ton, DC 20016, (202) 244-3244; clas­si­camer­i­can­paint­ing.com. Wed. thru Sat. 11 am–7 pm, and by ap­point­ment. Cur­rent Ex­hibit: New Year, New Start, works by Gallery Artists, An­drei Kush­nir, Michele Martin Tay­lor, Alexan­gel Estevez, Michael Fran­cis, Carol Spils, Stevens Jay Carter and Ross Mer­rill. Our gallery is ded­i­cated to the finest work in land­scape, still life, genre, ur­ban and ma­rine art by ac­cred­ited, cur­rent tra­di­tional Amer­i­can painters, many with na­tional rep­u­ta­tions.

Meera Thomp­son, DUET (de­tail from a suite of four 18" x 18" paint­ings) wa­ter­color, gouache and ink on hand­made cot­ton pa­per

Mi­idera (Mii-dera Tem­ple), 1899 from No­gaku Zue (Pic­tures of Noh). Wood­block print, 10 x 14 1/2 in. Col­lec­tion of Richard J. and Mae J. Smethurst.

Neil Wel­liver, Dark Ca­noe, 1966, oil on can­vas, 50 x 72 inches Alexan­dre Gallery (212) 755-2828; in­quiries@alexan­dregallery.com; www.alexan­dregallery.com.

Phyl­lis Chilling­worth, Of Joy, 2018, oil on linen, 20 x 26 inches

Tyger, Tyger. 24" x 36"

Thomas Paine, Au­to­graph Let­ter Signed to Ira Allen, con­cern­ing a ren­dezvous at the Caffe Bos­ton in Paris, 1790s. Es­ti­mate $10,000 to $15,000.

Clock­wise: Si­mon Vouet (Paris 1590– 1649) Por­trait of a Young Man, Oil on can­vas, 16 ¾ x 13 5/8 in.; An­thony Baus, Self-Por­trait, 2017, Ink and wash on hand toned pa­per, 11 x 15 in.; Colleen Barry, Black Hat, 2018, Oil on wood, 12 x 12 in.; Donato Creti (Cre­mona 1671–Bologna 1749) Study of a Young Man, Black chalk with white height­en­ing on light brown pa­per, 16 ½ x 12 in.

Charles Yver, French, Pe­tit At­las des Pois­sons, 1941, wa­ter­color

Boris Lurie, Rail­road Col­lage (Rail­road to Amer­ica), c. 1963.

Michele Martin Tay­lor, Ru­n­away Roses, 22” x 30” Wa­ter­color

Diver, 2018, oil on can­vas, 20 x 16 inches

Gus­tav Klimt, Study for "Medicine", c. 1897

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