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Open to the Public In New York Through 29 March  

NEW YORK, 22 February 2018 – Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery in New York is pleased to present an exhibition of collages, encaustics and silkscreens by Pritzker Prize-winning architect and artist Richard Meier. Famed for his gleaming, clean-lined structures like the Getty Center in Los Angeles, The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome’s Jubilee Church, and the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Richard Meier: Artist seeks to explore a lesser-known side of the star-architect – the artist. On view from 22 February through 29 March, the 30+ works examine the relationship between space, form and light – all fundamental concepts for Meier’s architecture.

Julian Dawes, Vice President, Co-Head of Impressionist & Modern Art Day Dale said: “Getting to know Richard Meier the artist has been an incredible trea...

If you are in Miami next week, come and visit us at the Juxtapoz Clubhouse!

We will be exhibiting work by Cey Adams, Charlie Ahearn and Janette Beckman!

Run DMC 1988 Pioneers of Hip Hop, 2017, Janette Beckman
© Janette Beckman

The Painters and the Printer

on view at Gary Lichtenstein Editions through December 31, 2017

Originally a profitable industrial technology, silk screen printing was adopted by artists well before the 20th century. Although credit is generally given to Andy Warhol for popularizing the medium as an artistic technique, hundreds of artists were embracing silkscreen right around the same time including Charles Hinman, Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Motherwell and Robert Rauschenberg.

The Painters and the Printer is a showcase of silkscreen works produced in collaboration with Master Printer, Gary Lichtenstein. The installation features a variety of different methods and applications. It is a fascinating look at both the versatility of silkscreen and the different ways in which artists choose to use it.

Richard Meier’s newest works, for i...

On view May 20 – June 30, 2017

The collaborative practice of Ron Tomlinson and Amir Akhavan brings to light a unique story of an unpredictable, artistic duo whose focus is the exploration of the qualities of humanity – through a variety of aesthetic interpretations and expressions.   

Tomlinson’s career as a painter is vast and he is perhaps best known for the studio he has established in Fort Worth, Texas, a home-away-from-home for anyone who finds the front door and can demonstrate a true commitment to the practice of art. Twenty years ago, a chance meeting in Paris introduced Akhavan to Tomlinson and, despite geographical distances (Akhavan splits his time between New York and Tehran), the mentorship has endured.

Over the years, the subject of South American immigration has featured predominantly in the paintings of Tomlinson and the...

On view through May 31, 2017

Janette Beckman is a pioneer in the world of visionary collaboration as is evident in her vast photographic portfolio of creative artists, most of whom are now legends in their respective industries. When Beckman chose silkscreen, another collaborative process, to produce her newest body of work, Gary Lichtenstein embraced the opportunity to provide an environment that would encourage her exploration.  

Janette Beckman: New Silkscreens offers a historic view of groundbreaking moments in time for a number of musicians and bands including, RUN DMC, LL Cool J and Salt-N-Pepa. Beckman’s suite of prints is reminiscent of her classic photographs but entirely unique by virtue of the choices she has made in terms of color, saturation and texture. Each piece tells a story and Beckman’s interpretations are, in fact, found...

Pulling Through

Reflections of America
 

New works by Cey Adams
 

On view at Gary Lichtenstein Editions, September 14 - December 1, 2016

Private Preview: September 13, 2016 (invitation only / contact mmarr@gleatmana.com for more information)

These works reflect the common thread of American values in us all. In this regard, I believe that our similarities outweigh our differences. The goal here is to create a platform for discussion and understanding.

- Cey Adams

Each of the works within this exhibition is a carefully contemplated assemblage on paper and canvas, comprised of acrylic paint, silkscreen and other multimedia. Silkscreen is used here as a painting tool – not as a printer’s technique. The application of silkscreen occurred in tandem with the process of collage as each was created individually. Some of the pieces contain legi...

February 21st - June 30th, 2016

 

Pritzker Prize winning architect, Richard Meier is known for his international body of work, acclaimed for its timeless, classical, iconic design. The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, the Getty Center in Los Angeles, Rome’s Jubilee Church, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, the Hans Arp Museum in Germany are to name just a few.

 

Throughout his career Meier has contributed consistently to another important portfolio: the creation of his own artwork.

 

Richard Meier began experimenting with collage in the early 1950’s, during his undergraduate years at Cornell University.  In addition to architecture, he studied art history and painting under Alan Solomon and John Hartell, respectively. After a brief apprenticeship following graduation, Meier took off on a European tour, intent on finding a “finishing” posi...

 

 

May 3 – June 30, 2015

 

Gary Lichtenstein Editions presents Trajectory, an exhibition featuring original silkscreen prints created over the past four decades in four, very different studios. Exhibiting artists include Karl Benjamin, Tom Christopher, Robert Cottingham, Jane Dickson, Carole Feuerman, Robert Fried, Joanne Greenbaum, Bob Gruen, Charles Hinman, Robert Indiana, Robert Lazzarini, Richard Meier, Yigal Ozeri, Gary Panter and Shelter Serra. On view from May 3 to June 30, 2015, the exhibition is presented at Gary Lichtenstein Editions, on the second floor of Mana Contemporary.

 

Trajectory illustrates the evolution of a silkscreen studio over the course of forty years, through the eyes of the master printer and the works of the visionary artists with whom he has collaborated. Highlighted are the prints of Robert Fried, one of the firs...

 

Gary Lichtenstein Editions is pleased to announce an exhibition of Bob Gruen’s silkscreen prints, scheduled to kick off Light of Day New York & New Jersey, which commences on Friday January 9th.

 

The Light of Day Foundation, Inc. utilizes the power of music to raise money and awareness in its continuing battle to defeat Parkinson’s disease and related illnesses such as PSP and ALS within our lifetime. For more information about the Foundation and its Concerts Series please visit: www.lightofday.org

 

The Bob Gruen silkscreen print exhibition will be unveiled at Art629 Gallery on Friday January 9th and will run through February 28th. Please join us on Friday, February 7th for a reception with Bob.

 

A portion of all proceeds will benefit The Light of Day Foundation.

 

For its Miami art fair debut, Mana Contemporary presents a compilation of special projects all reflecting an organizational mission of collaboration and community. Held on Mana’s Wynwood campus in a 140,000-square-foot facility spread over 22 acres, the shows will take place in conjunction with Art Basel Miami.

Richard Meier: Collages

The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

October 30, 2014 – November 30, 2014

 

Richard Meier is one of the most famous and contemporary architects, and one of the most consistent American modernists in his attachment to pure forms. As one of the most celebrated representatives of modern architecture, Meier professes in his architectural work a philosophy of purity, restraint and clarity as an antithesis to the chaos of the surrounding world. Strict functionality of form, constructional laconicism and the rejection of decoration and color apart from white, are essential features of the master’s architectural style. As an artist, Meier reveals a different side of his artistic oeuvre. When working in the collage genre, Meier continues his architectural experiments, contrasting and juxtaposing textures, materials...

 

Mana Contemporary and Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana Present:

Ken Price and Harvey Mudd: The Plain of Smokes

 

September 14 – December 19, 2014

 

Mana Contemporary and Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana present Ken Price and Harvey Mudd: The Plain of Smokes, an exhibition featuring thirty original silkscreen prints Price created to illustrate a 75-page poem cycle written by Mudd. On view from September 14 to December 19, 2014, the exhibition is presented in Mana Contemporary’s 2nd floor gallery.

 

Published by Arabesque Books in 1981, The Plain of Smokes is an ode to the Los Angeles that shaped both the artist and the poet. The process, which began in 1978, of conceptualizing, developing, and creating The Plain of Smokes, has been described by many, including its author, as the true definition of the word “collaboration.” Mudd and Pric...

September 14 – October 24, 2014

 

Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana presents Jessica Stockholder: trees, an exhibition featuring original silkscreen monoprints created by Stockholder and Lichtenstein as a result of their collaboration on the production of Hollow Places Court in Ash-Tree Wood for The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in 2011. On view from September 14 to October 24, 2014, the exhibition is presented at Gary Lichtenstein Editions, on the second floor of Mana Contemporary.

 

Published and printed by Gary Lichtenstein Editions, trees was a project inspired by the sculpture installation that comprised Hollow Places Court in Ash-Tree Wood – an exhibition that provided Jessica Stockholder with the opportunity to bring her continuing concern with the transient nature of visual phenomena into direct collision with the permanence that t...

 

Standing in the Shadows of Love: The Aldrich Collection 1964–1974

Robert Indiana, Robert Morris, Ree Morton, Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Smithson

 

April 6 to September 21, 2014

 

The Aldrich is marking its 50th Anniversary with a series of exhibitions and programs highlighting not just the Museum's legacy, but also the relationship between the era in which it was founded and our current cultural landscape. With perspective gained through five decades, and through an ongoing dialogue with exhibiting artists, the anniversary exhibitions explore Aldrich's formative years of 1964 to 1974 with three overlapping series of exhibitions presented over the course of a year.

 

The first series Standing in the Shadows of Love: The Aldrich Collection 1964–1974 is a two-part exhibition of iconic, historical works that are representative of The Aldrich's ear...

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