Benny Andrews: The Bicentennial Series
YES! WE ARE OPEN! The exhibition closes Saturday, January 21, 2017
MRG Lecture Series: Now on YouTube
“Color Science: Alchemical Colors of Alfonso Ossorio”
by Martha Bergman
Lecture Date: Saturday, October 8, 2016
Link to the video HERE.
Martha Bergman, a painter and retired founder of Gamblin Artists Colors Co., is a leading expert on color science for visual artists and designers. As the manufacturing partner, Martha relied on historical and contemporary color scientists to guide development of standards for finest quality artists’ oil paints and mediums. Having established Art Construction Management, she currently lectures on the history of color science and works as a technical advisor on the materials used to make art.
"Ossorio Takes the Lead"
by Dr. Kent Minturn
Lecture Date: Saturday, October 29, 2016
Link to the video HERE.
Kent Minturn, PhD teaches art history at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. He specializes in twentieth century European and American art, film and photography. At present, he is completing a book-length study of Jean Dubuffet and Postwar French Literature. Minturn was recently awarded the 2013-14 Morgan-Menil Fellowship by The Morgan Drawing Institute and Menil Collection Drawing Institute.
William T. Williams Representation
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery proudly announces its representation of William T. Williams (American, b.1942), whose long career has produced a singular body of abstract work. As longstanding admirers of his work, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery is honored to be the first gallery since the 1970s to represent this important American artist. The gallery is currently planning a solo exhibition of his work to open in March 2017, which will be accompanied by a fully illustrated color catalogue. In December at Art Basel Miami Beach, his work will be highlighted in the gallery’s presentation of jazz and improvisation in American 20/21 century art; four major paintings and a selection of works on paper spanning 1974 to 2015 will be on view.
Read the full press release HERE.
William T. Williams with Page One (Blue Line Series), in 2010. Photograph by Nodeth Vang, New York City.
MRG @ Art Basel Miami Beach
JAZZ AND IMPROVISATION
December 1 - 4, 2016
Visit Michael Rosenfeld Gallery at booth K4
Artists on view:
William H. Johnson
Charmion von Wiegand
William T. Williams
View entire checklist HERE.
View installation photos HERE.