One of the more interesting group shows of the season is a homage to an individual: the collector and gallerist Martha Jackson. Her training in art history, combined with an open mind regarding post-war experimental and international artists, led to opening a gallery in New York City in 1953. Jackson featured both new and more established artists from the US and Europe, working in a wide range of styles and movements, often providing their first New York exhibit, leading to attention from critics, collectors, and museums. In Wild and Brilliant: The Martha Jackson Gallery and Post-War Art (November 18 – December 30) visitors will see examples of her client roster such as Karl Appel, Sam Francis, Grace Hartigan, Willem de Kooning, and Louise Nevelson; in addition, several artworks originally shown in the gallery will be on view, as well as archival material from the Martha Jackson Gallery Archives at SUNY University at Buffalo, Anderson Gallery.
Hollis Taggart, 521 West 26th Street, Hours: Tue – Sat: 11-5, Admission: Free
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