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'I wanted to prove that you could take younger artists and have it work out for the gallery': exhibition opens in tribute to influential New York gallerist Martha Jackson

'I wanted to prove that you could take younger artists and have it work out for the gallery': exhibition opens in tribute to influential New York gallerist Martha Jackson

Karen Chernick for The Art Newspaper
Show aims to draw more attention to the overlooked work of the postwar Manhattan-based art dealer whose gallery is now occupied by Hauser & Wirth The artists th…
Hollis Taggart Now Represents French Artist Thomas Agrinier

Hollis Taggart Now Represents French Artist Thomas Agrinier

Hollis Taggart is pleased to announce its representation of Thomas Agrinier (Lyon, France; b. 1976), who joins the gallery’s growing contemporary program. A se…
Suchitra Mattai at Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling

Suchitra Mattai at Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling

'Home'

Gallery aritst Suchitra Mattai's work is included in Home, a group exhibition where artists Max Colby, Suchitra Mattai, Dionis Ortiz, and Albert Peguerro examine the tensions between self, place, and societal definitions. The collection of sculptures, paintings, and videos demonstrate that while aspects of home may afford for privacy, sanctuary, and identity formation, such provisions are always conditional and likely to be challenged by external constructs.

Audrey Flack Keeps It Real - The New Yorker

Audrey Flack Keeps It Real

The ninety-year-old artist, once known for photo-realist works, dishes on Josef Albers (a bit of a letch), the Abstract Expressionists (sex-crazed), and Rodin (“a perv”), as she prepares for a new show.
The petite, ninety-year-old artist Audrey Flack recently welcomed a visitor to her East Hampton house, which previously belonged to Jimmy (son of Max) Ernst. “…
Hollis Taggart Announces Representation of the Estate of Trailblazing Modernist Artist Dusti Bongé

Hollis Taggart Announces Representation of the Estate of Trailblazing Modernist Artist Dusti Bongé

Hollis Taggart Announces Representation of the Estate of Trailblazing Modernist Artist Dusti Bongé
Audrey Flack and the Last of the New York School - Hyperallergic Podcast

Audrey Flack and the Last of the New York School

For over 70 years, Flack has been making art in New York and boy does she have stories to tell.

Gallery artist Audrey Flack is interviewed for Hyperallergic's podcast by Hrag Vartanian.

 

A painter who may be best known for her contribution to the Photorealism movement, Audrey Flack has been a working artist for roughly 70 years. Now at age 90, Flack reflects on the art world, from her days as part of the New York School of artists in the 1950s and 60s; her rise to fame as the only prominent female Photorealist; her embrace of sculpture and public art in the 1980s and 90s; and her return to painting only a few years ago.

Michael Corinne West Catalogue Raisonné

Michael Corinne West Catalogue Raisonné

Forthcoming Online Publication

The Michael Corinne West Catalogue Raisonné Project (MCWCR) aims to preserve and enhance the artwork and writings of artist and poet Michael (Corinne) West (1908-1991). 

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.

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