GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS
A CURRENT LISTING
Paula Cooper Gallery, 524 W 26th St., New York; (212) 255-1105; www.paulacoopergallery.com; #pcg50 50 Years: An Anniversary A Benefit Exhibition for March For Our Lives October 10–November 3, 2018. Opening reception October 9, 6–8 PM Carl Andre, Jo Baer, Robert Barry, Bill Bollinger, Dan Flavin, Robert Huot, Will Insley, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, Robert Murray, Doug Ohlson, Robert Ryman.
Francis M. Naumann Fine Art 24 W 57th Street, Ste. 305, NYC, 10019; (212) 582-3201; francisnaumann.com; firstname.lastname@example.org;
Gray Foy Drawings 1941–1975 Sept. 14–Nov. 16, 2018 A landmark rediscovery of a midcentury American artist, the exhibition presents thirty-two drawings that survey the range of the artist’s work— from Surrealist subjects to intricate botanical compositions.
Accompanied by a major monograph, cloth, 204 pages with 172 color illustrations. grayfoydrawings.com
Alexandre Gallery, 724 Fifth Avenue, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10019; (212) 755-2828; alexandregallery.com; email@example.com Will Barnet: Love Letters Paintings and Drawings Through November 24, 2018 Online catalogue with text by John Yau and introduction by Chris Crosman
Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams Street, New London, CT 06320; (860) 443-2545; www.lymanallyn.org. The Lyman Allyn Art Museum will open a new permanent exhibition on October 21, 2018 dedicated to the life and works of American artist and designer, Louis Comfort Tiffany, who was best known for his innovative work with stained glass. The installation will feature three newly conserved stained glass windows, a range of fine and decorative arts objects, iconic Tiffany lamps, favrile glass vessels, silver, jewelry, and works of art that have never before been exhibited to the public.
NYU Kimmel Galleries, 60 Washington Square South, 8th Floor Lounge, New York, NY 10001; (347)634-2938; firstname.lastname@example.org nyu.edu/life/campus-resources/kimmel-center/kimmel-galleries.html; Reflections in Oil: Works by Barbara Braun. From Oct 4, 2018 to Jan 27, 2019. Opening reception, October 5, 5-8 PM. Hours: Mon–Sat 8 AM to 11 PM, Sun 12 PM to 10 PM. Braun, an art historian, author and literary agent, rediscovered an early love of painting eight years ago. Since then she has taken a variety of courses and workshops, focusing her work on abstract oil painting, and has exhibited often in Woodstock, NY, where she has a home. Her basic inclination is toward expressionist abstraction, incorporating figures and elements from the human and natural worlds. She is also keenly aware of current events, and finds herself drawn to abstract evocations of the plight of refugees and of African-American men confronted by the police. This is her New York debut.
Wildlife Art, westendantiques.com. Tiger painting by Michael Banks. michaelbankswildlifeart.com; Contact: email@example.com.
"Kanha, India." 30"" x 24". Acrylic.
Installation view, Benefit For The Student Mobilization Committee To End The War in Vietnam, October 22–October 31, 1968. Paula Cooper Gallery, 96–100 Prince Street, New York.
Dragonfly Lamp, ca. 1906, Tiffany Studios, designed by Clara Driscoll. LAAM Museum purchase, 2017.15
Will Barnet, Now and Then, 1989-90, oil on canvas, 53 1/4 x 45 inches
Barbara Braun, Ritual Dance, 2018, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches
Gray Foy, Untitled [Fungi and Sprouting Botanical Forms] (detail), ca. 1970