Pablo Atchugarry featured in alexa from the New York Post

Pablo Atchugarry featured in alexa from the New York Post

'By the Numbers: Edgardo Defortuna, The legendary real estate developer takes count of his successes

April 19, 2017

Pablo Atchugarry's work is featured in an article about developer and art collector Edgardo Defortuna.

André Wagner at Kunstmuseum Moritzburg

André Wagner at Kunstmuseum Moritzburg

‘Reflections of India’

July 24-October 15, 2017

André Wagner’s photograph Holi 2, from the series: Holi - colorflow will be on view in the group exhibition, Reflections of India, at Kunstmuseum Moritzburg in Halle (Saale), Germany.

André Wagner at Museum Modern Art, Altes Gaswerk Hünfeld

André Wagner at Museum Modern Art, Altes Gaswerk Hünfeld

‘Movement in a Circle’

May 6-September 17, 2017

Photographer André Wagner’s photograph will have a solo exhibition, Movement in a Circle, at Museum Modern Art, Altes Gaswerk Hünfeld in Germany.

ALEX KANEVSKY ILLUSTRATED on cover of the novel LA PIQÛRE

ALEX KANEVSKY ILLUSTRATED on cover of the novel LA PIQÛRE

April 2017

Alex Kanevsky's painting Three Views of a Bathroom (2016) is illustrated on the cover of the french language novel La Piqûre written by Marie-Christine Horn.

Alex Kanevsky illustrated in The Moth

Alex Kanevsky illustrated in The Moth

March 14, 2017

Alex Kanevsky's paintings Breathing Room (2014) and Morandi's Table (2014) are illustrated in Spring 2017 issue of The Moth, a magazine of arts and literature from Ireland.

Photo credit: Alex Kanevsky

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Spring 2017

The Spring edition of our newsletter, with an essay from owner Hollis Taggart and standouts from our current inventory.

Women’s Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award given to Audrey Flack

Women’s Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award given to Audrey Flack

February 15, 2017

Hollis Taggart Galleries is pleased to share that gallery artist Audrey Flack will be receiving the 2017 Women’s Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award, which honors the contribution of women to the arts and the profound effect they have on society. Flack will be presented with this prestigious award along with art historian Mary Schmidt Campbell, multimedia artist Martha Rosler, and artist, educator, and activist Charlene Teters.

The first WCA Lifetime Achievement Awards were given in 1979 in President Jimmy Carter’s Oval Office to Isabel Bishop, Selma Burke, Alice Neel, Louise Nevelson, and Georgia O’Keefe. The next year, Flack herself nominated Lee Krasner for the honor.

The ceremony will be held at 8pm on Saturday, February 18th at the New York Institute of Technology and is free and open to the public.

BILL SCOTT AT KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF ART + DESIGN AT SPALDING UNIVERSITY

BILL SCOTT AT KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF ART + DESIGN AT SPALDING UNIVERSITY

'Bill Scott: The Most Unhampered of Days: Paintings & Intaglio Prints, 2003–2016'

March 2–31, 2017

Bill Scott will be showing eleven oil paintings and ten etchings/intaglio prints in his upcoming exhibition Bill Scott: The Most Unhampered of Days: Paintings & Intaglio Prints, 2003–2016 at the 849 Gallery located on the campus of Kentucky College of Art + Design at Spalding University.

LISA BRADLEY AT THE DELAWARE ART MUSEUM

LISA BRADLEY AT THE DELAWARE ART MUSEUM

February 11, 2017

Lisa Bradley’s painting Akasa II is now on view in the contemporary permanent collection located in the Delaware Art Museum.

BILL SCOTT AT THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, HOUSTON

BILL SCOTT AT THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, HOUSTON

'Two Centuries of American Still-Life Painting: The Frank and Michelle Hevrdejs Collection'

January 14 through April 9, 2017

Bill Scott’s Autumn Still Life (2012) is currently on view in Two Centuries of American Still-Life Paintings: The Frank and Michelle Hevrdejs Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. This exhibition explores nearly 200 years of paintings in the genre, from the realism of the 18th century to Modernism, Pop art and beyond. Scott’s painting demonstrates the expansion of the still life genre into brilliant color abstraction. The exhibition will be on view until April 9, 2017. 

Photo credit: Gloria Groom, Chair of European Painting and Sculpture and David and Mary Winton Green Curator, The Art Institute of Chicago

Alex Kanevsky at the Woodmere Art Museum

Alex Kanevsky at the Woodmere Art Museum

'A More Perfect Union?: Power, Sex, and Race in the Representation of Couples'

February 4 through May 21, 2017

Gallery artist Alex Kanevsky will be included in an upcoming exhibition at the Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia, A More Perfect Union?: Power, Sex, and Race in the Representation of Couples, opening February 2017. Kavensky’s enigmatic and lusciously painted Hotel (2008) aids the exhibition’s exploration of the different depictions of romantic couples in art. This exhibition will also investigate changing visual conceptions of couples beginning in the 19th century through the contemporary. 

MANIERRE DAWSON AT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

MANIERRE DAWSON AT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

October 2016

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s recent rehang of its collection of early twentieth century modernism prominently features Manierre Dawson’s Meeting (The Three Graces) of 1912. Under the rubric of Reimagining Modernism, the museum has combined artworks from both sides of the Atlantic in thematic groupings that bring art historical heavy-hitters together with lesser-known works from the collection. As the first American painter to work completely non-objectively and an early practitioner of Cubism, Dawson’s innovative spirit shines through this work. It holds its own alongside paintings by Wassily Kandinsky, Marsden Hartley, Pablo Picasso, and many others in a gallery dedicated to the avant-garde impulses of the early days of modernism. As a longtime champion of Dawson’s work, Hollis Taggart Galleries is pleased to see Meeting (The Three Graces), which once graced our own gallery walls, in such prestigious and deserving company.

Lisa Bradley at the Columbus Museum of Art

Lisa Bradley at the Columbus Museum of Art

September 29, 2016

Lisa Bradley’s painting Stone Sound is now on view in the permanent collection located in the new Margaret M. Walter Wing of the Columbus Museum of Art.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Fall 2016

The Fall edition of our quarterly newsletter, with an essay from owner Hollis Taggart and standouts from our current inventory.

BILL SCOTT AT the Woodmere Art Museum

BILL SCOTT AT the Woodmere Art Museum

'Arthur B. Carles and His Expanding Circle: An Exhibition in Honor of Frances M. Maguire'

August 20, 2016 through March 17, 2017

Bill Scott's painting Two or Three Nudes in a Landscape will be included in the exhibition, Arthur B. Carles and His Expanding Circle: An Exhibition in Honor of Frances M. Maguire, at the Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia. The exhibition is offered as a tribute to Woodmere’s longtime trustee, Frances M. Maguire, a painter and sculptor who works in the tradition of the Carles legacy and continues to be one of the great champions of the arts of our city.

Follow Hollis Taggart Galleries on Tumblr

Follow Hollis Taggart Galleries on Tumblr

By Hollis Taggart Galleries

July 11, 2016

Follow Hollis Taggart Galleries on Tumblr to see content not featured on our website, including videos and interviews with our contemporary artists, as well as behind-the-scenes photos of exhibitions in progress.

Like a Local: Top 7 Art Galleries in Chelsea

Like a Local: Top 7 Art Galleries in Chelsea

By Christopher Kompanek for Travelmag.com

June 22, 2016

Christopher Kompanek offers an alternative to the long lines and overwhelming crowds in New York City's museums, listing his top seven galleries in Chelsea -- including Hollis Taggart Galleries. 

Pérez Art Museum Miami Receives Gift of 100 Artworks

Pérez Art Museum Miami Receives Gift of 100 Artworks

By ARTFORUM

May 27, 2016

Read about more than 100 additions to Pérez Art Museum Miami's permanent collection, including a sculpture by Hollis Taggart Galleries' Pablo Atchugarry.

‘This Spring Ritual, This Frenzy of Buying’: A Weekend With LACMA’s Collectors Committee as It Votes on Acquisitions

‘This Spring Ritual, This Frenzy of Buying’: A Weekend With LACMA’s Collectors Committee as It Votes on Acquisitions

By Catherine G. Wagley for ARTNEWS

April 18, 2016

Hollis Taggart Galleries places sculpture by important female Pop artist, Idelle Weber in LACMA’s permanent collection.

Pablo Atchugarry: the art of sculpting

Pablo Atchugarry: the art of sculpting

By El Observador (Spanish-language Website)

April 14, 2006

Learn more about Pablo Atchugarry's process of direct carving.

Bill Scott in the film RENOIR REVERED AND REVILED

Bill Scott in the film RENOIR REVERED AND REVILED

April 2016

This film investigates viewers' fraught relationship with Impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Hollis Taggart Galleries' Bill Scott weighs in.

Bill Scott illustrated in CATAMARAN Literary Reader

Bill Scott illustrated in CATAMARAN Literary Reader

Spring 2016

Bill Scott's paintings Always Night and Day, The Last Days of August, and Turning Time to Flowers illustrated in CATAMARAN Literary Reader.

Video Interview with Hollis Taggart at The Armory Show 2016

Video Interview with Hollis Taggart at The Armory Show 2016

By Antiques and The Arts Weekly

March 16, 2016

Hollis Taggart gave The Antiques and The Arts Weekly a thoughtful roundup of his booth at the 2016 Armory Show. Taggart exhibited works by Joseph Cornell, Elaine de Kooning, Hans Hofmann, Richard Pousette-Dart, Norman Bluhm, Alexander Calder, Helen Frankenthaler, Frank Stella, Pablo Atchugarry, Jack Twokov, and others.
 

Alex Kanevsky illustrated in Harper's Magazine

Alex Kanevsky illustrated in Harper's Magazine

March 2016

Alex Kanevsky's painting Apple Tree illustrated in Harper's Magazine.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Spring 2016

The Spring edition of our quarterly newsletter, with an essay from owner Hollis Taggart and standouts from our current inventory.

VIDEO: 60 Works in 60 Seconds at the Armory Show’s Modern Pier

VIDEO: 60 Works in 60 Seconds at the Armory Show’s Modern Pier

By BLOUINARTINFO

March 3, 2016

Our Frank Stella sculpture at 00:49 and a selection of Pop works by Tom Wesselmann, Roy Lichtenstein, and Keith Haring at 01:09.

ALEX KANEVSKY AT UMASS Amherst

ALEX KANEVSKY AT UMASS Amherst

'50 Shades of Red'

February 28 through March 24, 2016

Alex Kanevsky’s painting Ted’s Brook with Imaginary Ladies will be included in the group exhibition, 50 Shades of Red, at the Herter Gallery located on the campus of UMASS Amherst, Massachusetts.

Art Wynwood 2016 Brings a Satisfying Blend of Artwork to Its Post-Basel Show

Art Wynwood 2016 Brings a Satisfying Blend of Artwork to Its Post-Basel Show

By Neil Vazquez for Miami News Times

February 15, 2016

Alan Wolfson's sculpture Hopp's Luncheonette highlighted. Photo by Andres Cuellar.

Kanvesky Wants His Art Over the Sofa

Kanvesky Wants His Art Over the Sofa

By Andrew Webster for PleinAir Magazine

December 15, 2015

Hollis Taggart artist Alex Kanevsky discusses his artistic formation with Yoshino.

#14: ALEX KANEVSKY (PAINTER) - "NAIVE VS. SENTIMENTAL ARTISTS + THE SEARCH FOR HONESTY AND CLARITY"

#14: ALEX KANEVSKY (PAINTER) - "NAIVE VS. SENTIMENTAL ARTISTS + THE SEARCH FOR HONESTY AND CLARITY"

By ARTIST DECODED BY YOSHINO

December 6, 2015

ARTIST DECODED BY YOSHINO is a podcast / passion project started in 2015.  It currently ranks in the top #3 in the "Visual Arts" category and in the top 50 in the "Arts" category on iTunes.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Fall 2015

The Fall edition of our quarterly newsletter, with an essay from owner Hollis Taggart and standouts from our current inventory.

AN EYE FOR ACCIDENTS OF BEAUTY: Alfred Maurer: From martyr to modernist visionary

AN EYE FOR ACCIDENTS OF BEAUTY: Alfred Maurer: From martyr to modernist visionary

By James D. Balestrieri for American Fine Art Magazine

November / December 2015

Can the Single-Venue Gallery Survive?

Can the Single-Venue Gallery Survive?

By Judd Tully for BLOUINARTINFO

October 26, 2015

A version of this article appears in the October 2015 issue of Art+Auction.

Features an interview with Hollis Taggart discussing the current state of the art market and suggests that location isn’t everything.

10 of the Best Artworks at EXPO CHICAGO 2015

10 of the Best Artworks at EXPO CHICAGO 2015

By Andrew M. Goldstein for Artspace

September 18, 2015

Andrew Goldstein highlights the ten best artworks at EXPO CHICAGO including Hollis Taggart Galleries' wall of Richard Pettibone miniturized readymades. 

This Is What Tomorrow Looks Like: On Painting

This Is What Tomorrow Looks Like: On Painting

By Bradley Rubenstein fro ARTSLANT

September 3, 2015

Bradley Rubenstein sheds light on the future of painting and includes Brenda Goodman as one of his examples -- one of the 14 artists featured in Hollis Taggart Galleries' "Painting is Not Doomed to Repeat Itself," curated by John Yau.

Contemporary Marble Sculptures Are Sprouting Near the Ruins in Rome

Contemporary Marble Sculptures Are Sprouting Near the Ruins in Rome

By Courtney Willis Blair for Forbes

August 25, 2015

Review of Pablo Atchugarry's exhibition Eternal City, Eternal Marble on view at Museo dei Fori Imperiali through February 2016.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Summer 2015

The Summer edition of our quarterly newsletter, with an essay from owner Hollis Taggart and standouts from our current inventory.

Alfred Maurer: At the Vanguard of Modernism

Alfred Maurer: At the Vanguard of Modernism

By Stephen May for Antiques and The Arts Weekly

June 19, 2015

Review of Alfred Maurer: At the Vanguard of Modernism at the Addison Gallery of American Art.

Pablo Atchugarry at the Museo dei Fori Imperiali in Rome, Italy

Pablo Atchugarry at the Museo dei Fori Imperiali in Rome, Italy

"Pablo Atchugarry: Eternal City, Eternal Marble"

June 2015

Hollis Taggart Galleries would like to congratulate Pablo Atchugarry on his current museum exhibition at the Museo dei Fori Imperiali in Rome. Dramatically displayed in a 2nd century AD forum just steps from the Coliseum, the exhibition features a number of Atchugarry’s sculptures on both a small and monumental scale. There are fifteen works on view made specifically for this exhibition as well as select private loans from important Italian collections. Eternal City, Eternal Marble is on view until February 7th, 2016, and we recommend you add it to your itinerary for your next trip to Italy.

Early triumphs shine in expansive Maurer show at Addison

Early triumphs shine in expansive Maurer show at Addison

By Sebastian Smee for The Boston Globe

June 6, 2015

Review of Alfred Maurer: At the Vanguard of Modernism at the Addison Gallery of American Art.

These Modern Sculptures Were Carved from the Same Marble as the Pantheon

These Modern Sculptures Were Carved from the Same Marble as the Pantheon

By Stephanie Strasnick for Architectural Digest

May 31, 2015

Pablo Atchugarry’s Carrara marble sculptures are on view in Rome. Photography by Aurelio Amendola. 

Audrey Flack receives Honory Doctorate

Audrey Flack receives Honory Doctorate

May 27, 2015

Hollis Taggart Galleries congratulates Audrey Flack on receiving her Honorary Doctorate from Clark University. This is an extraordinary achievement by an artist whose career has spanned more than six decades. 

You can listen to Audrey’s commencement speech through the link below.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Spring 2015

The Spring edition of our quarterly newsletter, with an essay from owner Hollis Taggart and standouts from our current inventory.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Fall 2014

The Fall edition of our quarterly newsletter, with an essay from owner Hollis Taggart and standouts from our current inventory.

The Artist and the Astronaut

The Artist and the Astronaut

By Bruce Helander for the TheHuffingtonPost.com

July 6, 2014

Hollis Taggart Galleries artist Marla Friedman profiled by The Huffington Post.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Summer 2014

The Summer edition of our quarterly newsletter, with a thought-provoking essay from owner Hollis Taggart and a sampling of some standouts from our current inventory.

Marla Friedman

Marla Friedman

Commissioned Portraiture

April 2014

Hollis Taggart artist Marla Friedman sculpts Apollo 13 astronaut Captain James A. Lovell Jr. 

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Spring 2014

Our Spring newsletter in a new format, including noteworthy recent acquisitions and a much anticipated essay from owner Hollis Taggart.

Chrysler Museum Acquires Original “Mad Men” Painting by Neglected Pop Artist Idelle Weber

Chrysler Museum Acquires Original “Mad Men” Painting by Neglected Pop Artist Idelle Weber

September 30, 2013

Hollis Taggart Galleries places three works by female Pop artist Idelle Weber in the Chrysler Museum of Art's permanent collection including Weber's monumental work Munchkins, I, II, & III (1964).

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Fall 2013

Our quarterly newsletter, "Art Market Report," features strong examples of our current inventory and a recurring essay by president Hollis Taggart that covers the economic trends of the art world.

Works by Lisa Bradley featured in the film 'HERB & DOROTHY 50X50'

Works by Lisa Bradley featured in the film 'HERB & DOROTHY 50X50'

August 30, 2013

'Herb and Dorothy 50x50" opens September 13, 2013 at IFC Center in New York, NY.

Hollis Taggart Galleries in video '60 Works in 60 Seconds at Art Southampton'

Hollis Taggart Galleries in video '60 Works in 60 Seconds at Art Southampton'

By Kristen Boatright for BLOUINARTINFO

July 26, 2013

Watch this short video showcasing works at Art Southampton. Hollis Taggart's booth A7 is highlighted in the opening sequence.

'The American Picasso?

'The American Picasso?

By Blake Gopnik for The Daily Beast

July 21, 2013

The Daily Pic: Chicago painter Manierre Dawson launched into modern art before almost anyone else. 

Photo credit: Gift of Myra Bairstow and Lewis J. Obi, M.D., 2007, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bill Scott at the Michener Art Museum

Bill Scott at the Michener Art Museum

'Creative Hand, Discerning Heart: Form, Rhythm, Song'

May 18 through September 29, 2013

Six recent paintings by Bill Scott will be included in this group exhibition, Creative Hand, Discerning Heart: Form, Rhythm, Song, at the James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

Bill Scott at The National Arts Club

Bill Scott at The National Arts Club

'Flight from Nature: The Abstract as Ideal'

May 2013

May 14 through May 31, 2013

Flight from Nature proposes that a great deal of painting and sculpture today is concerned with the imitation of life. It aims to represent a man, a tree or a flower. By way of contrast, the artists represented in this exhibition exploit a purity of means, be that through line, color, or form, to create a complete, innocent, and at times savage, expression in the world.

Video Interview with Bill Scott

Video Interview with Bill Scott

By John Thornton

May 2013

John Thornton made individual videos about each of the eleven artists included in Creative Hand, Discerning Heart: Form, Rhythm, Song, (May 18 through September 29 at the James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, Pa.).

ON-CAMPUS POP ART EXHIBITION GOES BEYOND WARHOL

ON-CAMPUS POP ART EXHIBITION GOES BEYOND WARHOL

By Dana Sorkin for The College Voice

April 8, 2013

Review of Pop Goes The Easel At Lyman Allyn Museum. Hollis Taggart artists Idelle Weber and Marjorie Strider are included in this exhibition.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Spring 2013

Our quarterly newsletter, "Art Market Report," features strong examples of our current inventory and a recurring essay by president Hollis Taggart that covers the economic trends of the art world.

Art pops off the walls at Lyman Allyn

Art pops off the walls at Lyman Allyn

By Kristina Dorsey for The Day

March 17, 2013

Review of Pop Goes The Easel At Lyman Allyn Museum. Hollis Taggart artists Idelle Weber and Marjorie Strider are included in this exhibition.

'Pop Goes The Easel' At Lyman Allyn In New London

'Pop Goes The Easel' At Lyman Allyn In New London

By Susan Dunne for The Hartford Courant

March 14, 2013

Review of Pop Goes The Easel At Lyman Allyn Museum. Hollis Taggart artists Idelle Weber and Marjorie Strider are included in this exhibition.

THE ARMORY SHOW 2013

THE ARMORY SHOW 2013

Strong sales and a celebratory mood mark centennial edition of New York's largest art fair By ArtDaily.org

March 3, 2013

An update on the success of the 2013 Armory Show with comment by Hollis Taggart.

Armory Show Modern Draws Crowds With Major Newcomers and Unexpected Finds

Armory Show Modern Draws Crowds With Major Newcomers and Unexpected Finds

By Judd Tully for BLOUINARTINFO

March 7, 2013

A summary of the 2013 Armory show noting major pieces in the Hollis Taggart Galleries booth.

MARJORIE STRIDER AND IDELLE WEBER at the Lyman Allyn Museum

MARJORIE STRIDER AND IDELLE WEBER at the Lyman Allyn Museum

'Pop Goes the Easel: Pop Art and its Progeny'

March 2013


March 2 through August 10, 2013

Pop Goes the Easel explores Pop Art of the 1960s and its impact on painting, printmaking, and sculpture in the decades that followed. Curated by Dr. Barbara Zabel, Professor Emeritus of Art History at Connecticut College, this exhibition includes works by the male Pop artists Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Indiana, and Roy Lichtenstein, as well as works by women artists who received less attention, including Idelle Weber, Marjorie Strider, and Niki de Saint Phalle.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Fall 2012

Our quarterly newsletter, "Art Market Report," features strong examples of our current inventory and a recurring essay by president Hollis Taggart that covers the economic trends of the art world.

Art Market Report

Art Market Report

Spring 2012

Our quarterly newsletter, "Art Market Report," features strong examples of our current inventory and a recurring essay by president Hollis Taggart that covers the economic trends of the art world.