‘All my work is about doing as little as possible and making the fewest possible arbitrary decisions.’–François Morellet François Morellet (1926 – 2016), was a self-taught painter, sculptor, and installation artist. The artist’s inaugural exhibition with Hauser & Wirth, New York ‘François Morellet. In Coherent,’ includes abstract geometric pieces and neon works developed over a… Continue reading François Morellet – In Coherent
In view now at the Met Museum in NY – Jacob Lawerence: The American Struggle. Lawrence said the paintings depicted “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.” They were painted at the height of the Cold War and Joseph McCarthy’s Red Scare, which also coincided with… Continue reading Jacob Lawerence: The American Struggle
For a limited time in New York you can see artists at work in the inaugural High Line Nine Artist Residency produced by the High Line Nine and Sugarlift. There are five galleries transformed into living storefronts giving the viewer the rare opportunity to walk through the High Line Nine corridor and purchase artwork by… Continue reading Vicky Barranguet Art
Georges Rousse – Seoul, Blue Circle, 2016. Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, NY.
Willem De Kooning – Untitled I, 1979 oil on canvas. Christie’s, NY.
Robert Motherwell – Red, Cut By Black, 1966/7 oil and acrylic on canvas. Sotheby’s, NY
John Chamberlain – Untitled, 1962 welded and painted chromium-plated steel, printed paper and Masonite, in artist’s frame. Christie’s, NY.
Here are a few brilliant works with golden touches in the compositions. Featured image: Alejandro Puente – Cuatro Estaciones, 1970 acrylic on canvas in 4 parts.
Hans Hofmann – Setting Sun II, 1957 oil on canvas.
Great works of art are always eye candy. Featured image: Paul Signac – La Corne D’Or (Constantinople), 1907 oil on canvas