ARTPIL Profiles of the Arts
Nick Dawes
Nick Dawes & Susanne Roewer
Through June 22, 2019
Dawes’s complex color arrangements with fluid forms that pursues a new quality of painterly abstraction, and the sculptural objects of Roewer, whose process of the creative act plays a decisive role.
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Separate and Unequal
Today is the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka; European Parliament elections are approaching. Legendary architect I. M. Pei passes away at the age of 102.
Vivian Maier
Photo London 2019
May 16–19, 2019 / Somerset House
Photo London is a place to encounter the most innovative emerging artists and new works by established masters, comprised of some the field’s most esteemed curators, critics, and museum directors.
Qin Qi
Fragrance of the Night
Qin Qi
Extensive historical backdrop and nature of sudden changes cast light on traces of human conquest, strange and mysterious distant world with old stories from the New World are visually reinterpreted.
Alex Prager
Alex Prager / Compulsion
Through May 24, 2019
The highly choreographed nature of Prager’s work embodies a visual vocabulary and style that has become her own, a familiar yet uncanny imagery depicting worlds synthesized of fiction and reality.
Sean Scully, Landline Orient, 2016
Sean Scully. Landline
Through May 19, 2019
Known for combining the geometry of European concrete art with the ethereality of American abstraction, Scully’s thick, gestural brushstrokes evoke the energy and beauty of the natural world.
Louise Nevelson
Louise Nevelson
Wood Assemblages from the 1970s
As monumental as they are memorable, Nevelson’s work have been aligned with many different movements, from Abstract Expressionism to Cubism and Surrealism, presented here as a glimpse into her life.
Nick Dawes
Nick Dawes & Susanne Roewer
Through June 22, 2019
Dawes’s complex color arrangements with fluid forms that pursues a new quality of painterly abstraction, and the sculptural objects of Roewer, whose process of the creative act plays a decisive role.
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Separate and Unequal
Today is the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka; European Parliament elections are approaching. Legendary architect I. M. Pei passes away at the age of 102.
Vivian Maier
Photo London 2019
May 16–19, 2019 / Somerset House
Photo London is a place to encounter the most innovative emerging artists and new works by established masters, comprised of some the field’s most esteemed curators, critics, and museum directors.
Qin Qi
Fragrance of the Night
Qin Qi
Extensive historical backdrop and nature of sudden changes cast light on traces of human conquest, strange and mysterious distant world with old stories from the New World are visually reinterpreted.
Alex Prager
Alex Prager / Compulsion
Through May 24, 2019
The highly choreographed nature of Prager’s work embodies a visual vocabulary and style that has become her own, a familiar yet uncanny imagery depicting worlds synthesized of fiction and reality.
Sean Scully, Landline Orient, 2016
Sean Scully. Landline
Through May 19, 2019
Known for combining the geometry of European concrete art with the ethereality of American abstraction, Scully’s thick, gestural brushstrokes evoke the energy and beauty of the natural world.
Louise Nevelson
Louise Nevelson
Wood Assemblages from the 1970s
As monumental as they are memorable, Nevelson’s work have been aligned with many different movements, from Abstract Expressionism to Cubism and Surrealism, presented here as a glimpse into her life.