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Artist Tim Kent Joins Hollis Taggart’s Contemporary Program

Artist Tim Kent Joins Hollis Taggart’s Contemporary Program

Hollis Taggart is pleased to announce its representation of artist Tim Kent, who joins the gallery’s growing contemporary program. Kent’s work examines the dynamics of power as experienced through architecture and the formal vocabulary of art. His own paintings, which embrace both soft painterly gestures and crisp graphic lines, often depict architectural spaces and landscapes disrupted by the incorporation of grids or other geometries as well as figures in motion. Hollis Taggart previously included Kent’s work in its fall 2020 exhibition, Figure as Form, and in its recent online presentation for art miami. The artist will be featured in a group show at the gallery’s location in Southport, Connecticut later this year and will be the subject of a solo exhibition at Hollis Taggart’s Chelsea flagship in March 2022.

Audrey Flack in front of her painting "Leonardo's Lady," 1974, which is currently hanging at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. COURTESY AUDREY FLACK

Feminist As Audrey Flack

Brienne Walsh for Forbes

At some point during our conversation earlier this month, the 89-year-old artist Audrey Flack mentioned to me that she was wearing a t-shirt she had bought at the Museum of the City of New York. It read, “Feminist AF,” she told me. “When I first saw it, I thought, ‘AF, oh, that’s for Audrey Flack,’” she laughed. “I couldn’t believe they knew my initials!”

Suchitra Mattai and Alexandros Vasmoulakis

Hollis Taggart Now Represents Contemporary Artists Suchitra Mattai And Alexandros Vasmoulakis

Hollis Taggart is pleased to announce the representation of artists Suchitra Mattai and Alexandros Vasmoulakis, who join the gallery’s growing contemporary pro…
From Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack (2019), dir. Deborah Shaffer & Rachel Reichman (all images courtesy Foundry Communications)

Audrey Flack on the Gaps in Art History

The veteran photorealist painter talks to Hyperallergic about her work and her new film biography, "Queen of Hearts".
Poster for Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack (2020), dir. Deborah Shaffer & Rachel Reichman (courtesy Foundry)

A Multifaceted Look at the Long, Accomplished Career of Audrey Flack

Hyperallergic has the exclusive premiere of the trailer for Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack, an upcoming documentary about the abstract expressionist-turned-photorealist.
West overlayed marks on an earlier painting, Harlequin, to create Blinding Light (Credit: Gerard Vuilleumier /Hollis Taggart)

Blinding Light: The ‘Great American Painting’?

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