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Exploring New York’s Art Galleries: What’s on This Fall Season

Hollis Taggart

Brett Taylor - Icarus

Brett Taylor, Courtesy of the Hollis Taggart Gallery.

The Brett Taylor exhibition at the Hollis Taggart Gallery is a captivating display of contemporary art that pushes the boundaries of traditional techniques. Taylor's innovative approach to abstraction and mastery of color and form is on full display. With a blend of striking geometric compositions and expressive brushwork, Taylor's work evokes a sense of both precision and spontaneity. The exhibition offers viewers a journey through Taylor's artistic evolution, showcasing his ability to create a dynamic dialogue between the viewer and the canvas. It's a must-see for art enthusiasts seeking fresh perspectives and a deeper connection with the world of abstract expressionism.

Bruce Silverstein

Chester Higgins: Black Pantheon

Bob Marley, Final Performance, Madison Square Garden, New York (1980). Gelatin silver print, printed c. 1990. 27.9 x 35.6 cm. Courtesy of Bruce Silverstein.

"Black Pantheon," is an exhibition featuring solely Chester Higgins' portraits. This exhibition offers a curated selection of moments that showcase individuals he encountered and photographed over five decades. By framing the exhibition title with the concept of a pantheon, Higgins invites us to perceive these faces and figures as some of the most significant people he ever captured through his lens. As we engage with these images, Higgin invites the viewer to contemplate the historical importance of each of his subjects.

David Zwirner

Wolfgang Tillmans: Fold Me

Installation View, Wolfgang Tillmans: Fold Me, David Zwirner, New York, 2023

David Zwirner is excited to present "Fold Me," Wolfgang Tillmans' fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. This exhibition explores the artist's artistic vision and reflects on the simultaneity of life. "Fold Me" unveils a fresh body of work by the artist. Tillmans' work employs the "fold" as a central motif, symbolizing the intersection of inner and outer realms. Throughout his work, he masterfully combines elements of chance and control as he embraces time and change.


Lichtenstein Remembered

Installation View, Lichtenstein Remembered, Gagosian, New York, 2023

Gagosian is presenting a new exhibition to honor the New York artist entitled, "Lichtenstein Remembered." The exhibition of sculptures and related work by Lichtenstein are all curated by Irving Blum. The sculptures playfully represent everyday objects such as glasses, lamps, mirrors, and mobiles, alongside enigmatic portrait heads and stylized explosions, all executed in the signature Pop art style for which Lichtenstein is celebrated.


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