Bill Scott, A Mise en Scène, 2019, Oil on canvas, 46 x 67 inches

Interview with Bill Scott

April 13, 2020
Paul Efstathiou & Adrienne Elise Tarver, Via Hollis Taggart’s Instagram

How To Stay Connected and Get Your Fix: How Virtual Initiatives Are Supporting Artists In Times of Social Isolation

April 10, 2020
Andy Warhol, Ladies and Gentlemen (Wilhelmina Ross), 1975. Photo: © 2020 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Licensed by DACS, London.

The Couch Gallery Crawl

Tune into Hollis Taggart Gallery’s “Taggart Time"
April 9, 2020
Idelle Weber at her Brooklyn Heights studio in 1958. Her aesthetic fit into Pop art but her subject matter revolved around codified social roles.Credit...via Hollis Taggart and the Estate of Idelle Weber

Idelle Weber, Who Stretched the Meaning of Pop Art, Dies at 88

April 7, 2020
Chloë Lamb, Northumberland, England

A View From the Easel During Times of Quarantine

Chloë Lamb, Northumberland, England
April 3, 2020
Bill Scott, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A View From the Easel During Times of Quarantine

Bill Scott, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 3, 2020
Idelle Weber, Jump Rope Lady, 1966, Collage with Color-aid paper and tempera, 12 5/8 x 12 inches

Idelle Weber, pop art au féminin

April 2, 2020
Idelle Weber, Munchkins I, II, & III (1964). Courtesy of the Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia.

American Pop Artist Idelle Weber, Known for Her Striking Depictions of Corporate Banality, Has Died at Age 88

The opening credits of 'Mad Men' recall the artist's featureless silhouettes of anonymous corporate workers.
April 1, 2020
IDELLE WEBER (1932–2020)

IDELLE WEBER (1932–2020)

March 31, 2020
Idelle Weber at her Brooklyn Heights studio, 1958. Courtesy of Hollis Taggart and the Estate of Idelle Weber. © Idelle Weber.

Pop art icon Idelle Weber dies at 88

March 31, 2020
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ARTnews in Brief: Hirshhorn Names Curator of Media and Performance Art—and More from March 30, 2020

Pop Artist Idelle Weber Has Died at 88
March 30, 2020
Idelle Weber at her Brooklyn Heights studio, 1958. Courtesy of Hollis Taggart and the Estate of Idelle Weber. © Idelle Weber.

Idelle Weber, Pop-Art Icon, Remembered

March 30, 2020
John Knuth. Photo by Dustin Snipes.

Editors’ Picks: 11 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week

“Taggart Time: John Knuth” at Hollis Taggart
March 30, 2020
Dorothea Lange. Tractored Out. Childress County, Texas. 1938. Gelatin Silver Print. The Museum of Modern Art. Purchase

Virtual NYC

March 20, 2020
Hans Hofmann, Shangri-La, 1961, Hollis Taggart

What Sold during Armory Week

March 9, 2020
Visitors at The Armory Show 2020 at Pier 90 and 94. (Photo by Selcuk Acar/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at the 2020 Armory Show in New York

March 9, 2020
Work by Michael (Corinne) West and some of her better-known male peers on view from Hollis Taggart at the Armory Show 2020. Photo courtesy of Hollis Taggart, New York.

She Was a Student of Hans Hofmann and a Friend of Arshile Gorky. But This Artist’s Work Was Obscured—Until Now

At the Armory Show, Abstract Expressionist Michael West, who adopted a man's name to find art world success, is poised for a major rediscovery.
March 6, 2020
Michael (Corinne) West’s work on view in the Hollis Taggart booth in the Perspectives section at Pier 90, curated by Nora Burnett Abrams

Visiting the 2020 Armory Show Amid Ominous Headlines

From art about environmental recklessness to Caribbean post-coloniality, Armory kicked off the spring art fair season in spite of growing coronavirus concerns.
March 6, 2020
Hans Hofmann, Landscape No. 105, 1942, oil on board. Courtesy Hollis Taggart, New York

See Highlights from the 2020 Armory Show

Hollis Taggart, New York
March 2, 2020
Suchitra Mattai, Foreigner (2019). Courtesy of Hollis Taggart.

Editors’ Picks: 17 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week

History Reclaimed: Suchitra Mattai and Adrienne Elise Tarver” at Hollis Taggart
March 2, 2020
Leon Berkowitz, Merlin #2, 1984, Oil on canvas, 72 x 90 inches

Latter-Day Luminist

While his fellow Washington. D.C. abstractionists cultivated fields of color, Leon Berkowitz found a way to make light emanate from the canvas.
February 2020
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