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Archives: Exhibitions

“Give my regards to Eighth Street”: Edgard Varèse, Morton Feldman, and their friends at the Whitney Studio, the Artists’ Club, and the New York Studio School- An audio-visual presentation, written and presented by Olivia Mattis

This interactive, audio-visual display, written and narrated by Olivia Mattis, celebrates Eighth Street as an unique intersection of advanced music and visual art at different times in the Twentieth Century.  The display – divided into two parts, The Whitney Years and The New York School – draws upon historic footage, archival photographs, original interviews, lecture recordings from the archives […]

October 30, 2017 ·

Vita Petersen: Recent Paintings

Vita Petersen’s extensive journey through the world of the figurative took her work from the rigor of perception into an evolution of imaginative abstraction. Observation is synthesized into an original world of color relationships, shapes and rhythms. Pastel is used as the colored dust of life’s mysteries: the medium keeps us in touch with the […]

October 30, 2017 ·

Françoise Gilot: Compositions, 2002-2005

Françoise Gilot has been an expert witness to past significant events and great moments.  She is immersed in the present tense of painting and also a close friend of powerful memories.  Her paintings contain and reveal their memories with a sassiness and subtle humor that only a serious artist can assimilate well. It is quite […]

October 27, 2017 ·

Ariane Lopez-Huici: Photography

The New York Studio School is enormously proud and excited to show a selection of photography by Ariane Lopez-Huici.  This exhibition focuses on the artist’s ongoing exploration of the nude.  Her photographs have a richness and fulness that comes from an extraordinary combination of gravitas and gaiety. These images convey a sense of the body […]

October 27, 2017 ·

Melissa Meyer: in Black and White

Introduction by David Cohen Melissa Meyer is best know for large abstract canvases characterized by lyrical explorations of rich, boldly interacting color.  This exhibition, focused on early work, presents a less familiar aspect of the artist, her drawings and paintings on paper using black and white and shades between.  These forceful, original works have the […]

October 17, 2017 ·