Monday, May 28, 2012

"New Materials, New Approaches," D.Wigmore Fine Art, Inc, New York, NY,

Mon Levinson, Julian Stanczak, and Leroy Lamis

Julian Stanczak, Brim Two, oil on plastic, 36" x 36"

Leroy Lamis, Construction No. 159, (1968), red and white Plexiglas, 16" x 16" x 8"

Mon Levinson, Positive Moving Planes IV, (1965) Plexiglas and mixed media, 24 inches x 24 inches x 3 inches

"Future Shock," dr julius | ap, Berlin, Germany, January 26-March 17, 2012

Matthias Seidel, as do many artists today, believes in the ongoing transformative power of art derived from Constructivism and Concrete Art of the last century, and has dedicated his gallery to this belief.  For this show, Matthias has brought together artists from three continents working in this area, a fair number of whose work deals with perception.  Participating artists include Hartmut Böhm [DE]; Ray Malone [GB]; Henriëtte van't Hoog [NL]; Josef Linschinger [AT]; Don Voisine [US]; Edgar Diehl [DE]; José Heerkens [NL]; Wolfgang Berndt [DE]; Burchard Vossmann [DE]; Riki Mijling [NL]; David Rhodes [GB]; Gilbert Hsiao [US]; Daniel Göttin [CH]; Monika Brandmeier [DE]; Sabine Laidig [DE]; Anette Haas [DE]; John Aslanidis [AU]; Wolfram Ullrich [DE]; Károly Keserü [HU]; Jan Maarten Voskuil [NL]; Stephan Ehrenhofer [AT]; Carles Valverde [ES]; Marco Grassi [IT]; Pierre Juillerat [CH]; Siegfried Kreitner [DE]; Guido Winkler [NL]; Michael Graeve [AU]; Giles Ryder [AU]; Matthew Deleget [US]; Maik Teriete [DE]; Tim Stapel [DE]

Hartmut Böhm, Untitled, (1964), Silkscreen on paper, 50 x 50 cm

Gilbert Hsiao, "Jump and Flow," Minus Space, Brooklyn, NY, April 27-July 16, 2012

A solo show by the author of this blog. For more images, go to For Minus Space, click here.

Sabine Laidig, "Chroma," dr. julius | ap, Berlin, Germany, May 10-June 24, 2012

An extremely disciplined, rigid, and self critical painter from Berlin. She is highly influenced by music and an admirer of Agnes Martin, nevertheless her paintings are distinctly her own.
Scheme 2011th, Acrylic on wood, 31.5 x 31.5 x 1 cm