Saturday, July 28, 2007

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Divisionism/Neo-Impressionism--Arcadia & Anarchy, Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, April 27-August 6, 2007

The Italian Divisionists—so called for the painting technique they employed, namely the "division" of color via individualized brushstrokes—were active in Italy during the 1890s and early 1900s. These painters remained grounded in (cont'd)

Emilio Longoni, Glacier (Ghiacciaio), 1905. Oil on canvas, 156.5 x 200 cm. Private collection

Antonio Asis, Paintings 1959-1999, Sicardi Gallery, Houston, TX, June 30-August 25, 2007

Progressions Colorées, Acrylic on paper, 6 7/8" x 6 7/8", 1975

Op Art: Then and Now, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH, July 6 - September 30, 2007

Yaacov Agam, Anni Albers, Edna Andrade, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Linda Besemer, Gabriele Evertz, Paul Feely, Beverly Fishman, Peter Halley, Sally Hazelet Drummond, Christopher Herron, Bill Komodore, Reginald Neal, Greg Russel, Julian Stanczak, Frank Stella, Tadasky, Victor Vasarely

Left to Right: Richard Anuszkiewicz, Temple to Sunset #754, acrylic on canvas, 1985; Frank Stella, Untitled, (from 10 x 10 portfolio), silkscreen, 1964; Gabriele Evertz, Motion Parallax, acrylic on canvas, 1998.

Saturday, July 7, 2007