Landscape: Division and Development, Works on Paper from Dürer to Hockney
Albrecht Dürer, Amedeo Modigliani, Ana Mendieta, Charles Meryon, Christo, Chrystel Lebas, Claude Gellee, David Hockney, Edgar Degas, Felix Vallotton, Fernand Léger, George Sand, George Widener, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, Gustave Dore, Henri Rousseau, Hubert Robert, Jacques Bellange, Jacques Callot, Jacques de Gheyn II, James Castle, James Ensor, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Jean Dubuffet, Jean Fautrier, Katasushika Hokusai, Louis Soutter, Lucio Fonatana, Lukas Cranach the Elder, Marc Chagall, Odilon Redon, Pablo Picasso, Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Philippe Pigouchet, Pierre Bonnard, Pierre Tal-Coat, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Richard Diebenkorn, Richard Estes, Rodolphe Bresdin, Roy Lichtenstein, Victor Hugo, Wassily Kandinsky, Winslow Homer, Wolfgang Wols, Yves Tanguy
Sara Kay Gallery, New York
09/13/18 - 11/17/18
You Tell Me
Angela Dufresne, Inka Essenhigh, Zachari Logan, Vanessa German, Charles McGill, R. Crumb, John Jacobsmeyer, Nicky Nodjoumi, Larissa Bates, Rachell Sumpter, Amy Cutler, Scott Hunt, Hugh Steers, Duncan Hannah, Scooter Laforge, Julie Heffernan, Sharka Hyland
Foley Gallery, New York
09/05/18 - 10/14/18
Albert Stadler, Ann Purcell, Balcomb Greene, Charlotte Park, Dan Christensen, Edward Avedisian, Eric Dever, Frank Wimberley, Gertrude Greene, James Walsh, Jill Nathanson, John Goodyear, John Opper, Jon Schueler, Joyce Weinstein, Judith Godwin, Ken Greenleaf, Larry Poons, Larry Zox, Mike Solomon, Paul Jenkins, Perle Fine, Raymond Hendler, Stanley Boxer, Stephen Pace, Susan Vecsey, Syd Solomon, Walter Darby Bannard, William Perehudoff, Yvonne Thomas
Berry Campbell Gallery, New York
07/09/18 - 08/17/18
Every Object Speaks
While an object may be defined as ‘a material thing that can be seen and touched,’ it would seem that the work of art is a special kind of object, representing something of a visual extension of the artist’s oeuvre, a construct that is beyond spacetime. Consider Cézanne’s apples, Magritte’s pipe, Dalí’s watches, Duchamp’s urinal, or Warhol’s soup cans—it could be argued that all of these “objects” have managed to transcend the real world and claim an eternal spot in the popular imagination.
Immersive Studio Visit
Jae H. Hahn
Back in Seoul last spring, Eazel met up with the Korean-born and Los Angeles-based artist, Jae H. Hahn as she was doing research for an upcoming exhibition. Employing subtle colors and delicate geometric expressions that blur the boundary between the abstract and the concrete, Hahn’s work explores the space between the timeless and the quotidian. In our conversation we covered a wide range of topics—from her recent work to current events around the world—and upon concluding our conversation Hahn invited us to her studio in LA to continue the conversation. We gladly accepted, promising to visit the following summer.
Stepping over the Line
‘From a very early age I was always fascinated by those who transgressed the norm, who defied convention, whether in painting or in music or anything. Those were my heroes – the artists Marcel Duchamp and Salvador Dali and, in rock, Little Richard.’ – from David Bowie’s 1992 interview with LIFE magazine.