The legendary and dearly departed artist Al Hirschfeld at Margo Feiden Gallery Gramercy Park, NY. Al Hirschfeld was known for hiding the name of his daughter Nina several times in his caricatures of celebrities and Broadway stars. His work was featured in the New York Times from 1928-2002.
Portrait de Femme Endormie III
Pablo Picasso – Portrait de Femme Endormie III, 1946 colored crayon on paper. Phillips Auction, NY.
Robert Serra exhibition (etching ink on handmade paper) at David Zwirner Gallery, NY.
Deborah Roberts pieces all mixed media on paper on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem – Fiction exhibition.
Basquiat pieces at Taglialatella Gallery, New York.
Artist Pedro Reyes
Pedro Reyes first solo exhibition at Lisson Gallery, New York showcases a diverse collection by the Mexican born artist. Sculptures are made from volcanic stone, marble and concrete surrounded by over 150 works on paper. Reyes choose the volcanic stone due to its major role in shaping Mexico’s landscape and Mexican’s use of it for… Continue reading Artist Pedro Reyes
Nancy Grossman – Succor, 1983 metal, leather, wood, bristle and rubber. Sculpture and drawing. Marlborough Gallery, New York.
I Laughed So Much I….
Take a peak inside the mind of Roz Chast at The Museum of the City of New York – Roz Chast: Cartoon Memoirs, she is a major contributor to the New Yorker magazine from 1978 until today. Just as a photograph can say volumes in a single image so does Chast’s drawings and captions…her interpretations of everyday life… Continue reading I Laughed So Much I….
Fashion’s Great Loss Remembered
Particularly in the 70’s and 80’s if you asked about fashion illustration you would receive a one word answer: ‘Antonio’. Antonio Lopez and collaborator/partner Juan Ramos worked under the name Antonio, with Lopez doing the illustrations and Ramos the research. The pieces that they both worked on set the tone during that time of what… Continue reading Fashion’s Great Loss Remembered