Michael Goldberg: End to End, The 1950s & 2000s
January 27 – March 24, 2018, Opening Reception: Saturday, January 27 / 6-8pm
Exhibition Catalogues Ready to Order
William T. Williams: Things Unknown, Paintings 1968-2017
Fully-illustrated, 108 pages with 23 color plates and 6 gate-fold detail images. Hardcover. $65.00
This publication features transcripts of two interviews with the artist:
Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem and
Courtney J. Martin, Deputy Director and Chief Curator at Dia Art Foundation.
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Barbara Chase-Riboud - Malcolm X: Complete
Fully illustrated, 100 pages with 19 color plates, several detail images, and an illustrated artist chronology. Hardcover. $65.
This publication features an interview with the artist conducted by Carlos Basualdo, the Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Curator of Contemporary Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
On view thru Saturday, January 20, 2018
Featuring Benny Andrews, Robert Arneson, Romare Bearden, John Biggers, Paul Cadmus, Robert Colescott, Beauford Delaney, Louis Eilshemius, Jared French, Leon Golub, Nancy Grossman, Jan Muller, Alice Neel, Irving Norman, Alfonso Ossorio, Fairfield Porter, Pavel Tchelitchew, Bob Thompson, George Tooker and Charles White
View selected images HERE
View installation photos HERE
Must-See Art Guide: New York
by Tatiana Berg, ArtNet News, January 4, 2018
‘Figuratively Speaking’ a group show at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York
Blouin ArtInfo, January 4, 2018
Figuratively Speaking: A New Exhibition at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery Reveals Artistic Heritage
by Joshua Rose, American Fine Art Magazine, January/February 2018
by Peter Gill, International Art Exhibitions, vol. 10, 2017
September 9 - November 4, 2017
Hannelore Baron Representation
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery to Represent the Estate of Hannelore Baron
(New York—June 22, 2017) Michael Rosenfeld Gallery proudly announces its exclusive representation of the Estate of Hannelore Baron (1926-1987). The gallery has long been an energetic champion of Baron, including her work in such group thematic shows as Fiber & Form: The Woman’s Legacy (1996), [un]common threads (2008) and most recently, Collage: Made in America (2017). Her work is currently featured in the gallery’s summer exhibition The Time Is N♀w (June 17–August 4).
Hannelore Baron is celebrated for her intimate collages and assemblages that, as Michael Brenson wrote in a 1989 New York Times review, “suggest both the condition of entrapment and the possibility of release.” The compassion, anger, dissent, humor, and silence that animate her work hint at her traumatic experiences as a child in Nazi Germany. However, she was often reluctant to discuss this part of her life out of concern that it would limit interpretations of her artwork. Influenced by ancient religious texts, illuminated pages of the Koran, Persian miniatures, botanical prints, and archeological finds, Baron was concerned about the human condition, including her own — and she stated, “I am a total contradiction.”
Read the entire press release here
View the artist page here