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Contemporary painter Alex Kanevsky's solo show opens at Hollis Taggart in Chelsea

Contemporary painter Alex Kanevsky's solo show opens at Hollis Taggart in Chelsea

September 9, 2019
Alex Kanevsky

Alex Kanevsky

Hollis Taggart now represents André Hemer

Hollis Taggart now represents André Hemer

August 17, 2019
Week in Review

Week in Review

This Week in the Art World
August 16, 2019
Betti-Sue Hertz To Lead Columbia University’s Wallach Gallery, Bernard Piffaretti Joins Lisson Gallery, And More

Betti-Sue Hertz To Lead Columbia University’s Wallach Gallery, Bernard Piffaretti Joins Lisson Gallery, And More

August 16, 2019
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Hollis Taggart Now Represents André Hemer

Hollis Taggart Now Represents André Hemer

Hemer’s work will be included in Gallery’s presentation at Untitled Art Fair in December
Hollis Taggart is pleased to announce representation of artist André Hemer, whose tactile abstract works explore the confluence of digital and analog techniqu&ellip;
Hollis Taggart appoints Director of Contemporary Art & Director of Exhibitions

Hollis Taggart appoints Director of Contemporary Art & Director of Exhibitions

Hollis Taggart announces exclusive representation of Knox Martin

Hollis Taggart announces exclusive representation of Knox Martin

Hollis Taggart Now Represents Estates of Michael Corinne West, Leon Berkowitz

Hollis Taggart Now Represents Estates of Michael Corinne West, Leon Berkowitz

The Gallery Will Host Solo Exhibitions of Each Artist’s Work in Fall 2019 At Its Primary Space in Chelsea

Hollis Taggart, a New York-based gallery that specializes in American art, has added the estates of Michael Corinne West and Leon Berkowitz to its roster. The enterprise has planned exhibitions of work by Berkowitz and West for September and November, respectively. Like some of her peers in the Abstract Expressionist movement, West took up a masculine name in the hopes of avoiding gender-based discrimination in the art world. Her paintings, which often featured large and intense brushstrokes, were exhibited alongside works by Milton Avery, Adolph Gottlieb, Mark Rothko, and others at the Pinacotheca Gallery in New York in 1945. She had solo shows at New York's Uptown Gallery in 1957 and Domino Gallery in Washington, D.C. in 1958.

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