Suchitra Mattai with sari tapestries in Sharjah, India.Sharjah Foundation

Colorado Creatives Redux: Suchitra Mattai

July 27, 2020
Both artists and writers in the show "2020 Vision" (among them Alexi Worth, above, or Andrae Green, above) were invited to address the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests in their contributions.

Visions of a World in Crisis

July 23, 2020
Peter Yang for Variety

Film News in Brief: Edgar Wright Boards Comedy ‘Stage 13’

Audrey Flack Documentary Bought By Film Movement
July 22, 2020
The Smithsonian National Museum of African Art in Washington, DC (photo by Lynn Allen via Flickr)

Week in Review: Senior SFMOMA Curator Resigns; Smithsonian Workers Cite Racism at National Museum of African Art

This Week in the Art World
July 17, 2020
Audrey Flack's "Lady Madonna"

Connecting Artists and the Public, Digitally

July 9, 2020
Cayla Bamberger on Jul 9, 2020

Founder Of ArtHamptons Introduces a Virtual Reality Art Fair for Summer 2020

July 9, 2020
Bill Scott, The Imitation of Sound, 2019. COURTESY HOLLIS TAGGART, NEW YORK

6 American Galleries Highlighting Abstraction

June 30, 2020
Leah Guadagnoli Number One Song In Heaven, 2017 Hollis Taggart

How Galleries Are Supporting and Signing New Artists during the Pandemic

June 17, 2020
History Reclaimed at Hollis Taggart, Installation View 2020. Courtesy Hollis Taggart.

History Gets Reclaimed at Hollis Taggart Gallery

June 8, 2020
Chet Glaze, Thick Slick (2019), Scuzzy Drip (2019), VW Driveway (2020), Tramp Camp (2019) installed on Silver Lake Drive in LA

Pop-up outdoor art shows in LA fill a need for real-life art experiences

From a West Coast edition of an exhibition you can view from your car to ephemeral installations across the LA basin, the city’s arts community has found ways to reconnect
June 8, 2020
Kenichi Hoshine, The Magician and The Thief, 2019. Courtesy of the artist and Hollis Taggart.

US Galleries Expect 73 Percent Revenue Loss in Second Quarter, Venus Over Manhattan Withholds Rent, and More

May 22, 2020
Betirri Bengston, “Mexico Flora, Fauna & Football” (2018), Acrylic on Canvas, 60×48 inches (image courtesy the Pollock-Krasner foundation)

Week in Review: Attorney Accuses Whitney Museum of “Smear Campaign”; Met Museum Extends Closure

This Week in the Art World
May 22, 2020
Norman Bluhm, “Opis” (1970), oil on canvas, 85 x 76 inches (all images © the Estate of Norman Bluhm)

Norman Bluhm’s Sensual Spiritualism

Norman Bluhm transformed the vocabulary we associate with the gestural branch of Abstract Expressionism into something that others of the so-called Second Generation did not pursue, much less attain.
May 9, 2020
Michael West in her apartment, circa 1977. Courtesy of the Collection of The Michael (Corinne) West Estate Archives.

Why the Art World Is Rediscovering Female Abstract Expressionist Michael West

May 7, 2020
Michael West in her studio with Black and White, 1947. Photograph courtesy of the Michael (Corinne) West Estate Archives.

More Destinations for Digital Culture

Hollis Taggart Gallery
May 6, 2020
Portrait of Audrey Flack, pencil on paper by Phong H. Bui.

Audrey Flack with Charles Duncan

“When you’re alone in the studio, and your life is turned upside down by something, it’s you and the work.”
May 2020
Hollis Heichemer, “Game at Sunset” (2020), oil on mylar mounted on board, 24 x 24 inches (courtesy the artist and Hollis Taggart)

Week in Review

Petitions Urge Museums to Retain Staff; Longtime NYC Gallery Shutters
April 24, 2020
Alex Kanevsky at Hollis Taggart

20 Picks From The Dallas Art Fair

April 24, 2020
Fred Tomaselli, March 16, 2020, 2020. Courtesy the artist and James Cohan, New York.

Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at the Online Editions of the Dallas Art Fair, Art Basel Hong Kong, and David Zwirner’s ‘Platform’

April 23, 2020
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
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