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Anderson Contemporary presents Hooligans

Friday, September 1st, 2017

Anderson Contemporary is pleased to share Hooligans, a group exhibition curated by Dominique Ramirez and Michael Barkagan. 

“Hooligans” comprises the artwork of three native New Yorkers: Ian Sullivan, Josh Fayer, ​and Victoria De Lesseps. The group exhibition explores the impact both physical and social environments leave on the human psyche. Flooded with mischief, Ian Sullivan’s cityscape murals and portraits contrast his colorful personas against the dark realities of city life. Working with resin on canvas, Josh Fayer manifests the connection between consciousness and space with his abstract interpretations of nature. Victoria De Lessep’s  mixed media paintings address gender roles and the hypocrisy of society.


Exhibit on-going and closes September 8th, 2017.

Anderson Contemporary & The Villa America Fine Art – present Anthony Haden-Guest – The Further Chronicles of the Now

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Anderson Contemporary and The Villa America Fine Art are thrilled to share The Further Chronicles of Now, a show of the ground-breaking cartoon work that Anthony Haden-Guest has been making over the last several years.  His targets are as various as the art world, our social disorders  (new & old) and the state/fate of the planet, so the work is content-driven but such formal elements as color and design are very much part of that content.

 Haden-Guest mostly works in pen and ink on paper, but he likes to extend the possibilities of cartoon language through works in neon, collaborating with animators and with other media.

The exhibit runs from May 10th – June 10th.

Anderson Contemporary offers a “Passage to Israel”

Saturday, December 3rd, 2016
“Passage to Israel” explores the layered, soulful beauty of the land of Israel. Through the work of twenty renowned photographers, “Passage to Israel” reveals how the people of Israel transformed a desert land of ancient ruins into a breathtaking composition of the natural and man-made, a gorgeous montage of cobblestone streets and wineries, sculpture gardens and Bauhaus architecture, innovative interiors and verdant olive plantations.
The exhibit will be up through January 6th, 2017 at Anderson Contemporary

Real Fake Film & Zendog Productions Host Immersive Exhibit at Anderson Contemporary

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

On May 5, 2016 Real Fake Film, ZenDog Productions and Anderson Contemporary will co-host a unique group show exhibition to celebrate the upcoming release of filmmaker Jeff Oppenheim’s new documentary “Real Fake: The Art, Life & Crimes of Elmyr de Hory.” The artists include Caroline Bergonzi, Valerie Carmet, Elenora Kupencow, Jamie Leo, Genevive Manquinay, Riad Miah, Roy Anthony Morrison, Andrei Petrov, Devorah Sperber, Darshan Manghnani, and Max Wiedemann. The artists offer individual perspective on the themes raised within the documentary. The exhibition further relies on several immersive experiences where gallery-goers will create collaborative “fakes”, envision non-visible art, and confess their Real/Fake sins at a confessional.

VIP preview Thursday, May 5, 2016,  Artists’ reception 6:30-7:30pm  Advance premiere screening 7:30, then Q&A with filmmaker & artists

The exhibition will remain on view through June 3 and will be open daily, Monday through Friday, 11AM to 6PM

Susan Davis Eley and Anderson Contemporary present ELEANORA KUPENCOW: BODY PARTS April 8th – May 1st.

Saturday, April 16th, 2016
Image courtesy Anderson Contemporary

Vibrant, whimsical sculptures and paintings  by the acclaimed artist Eleanora Kupencow will shine from April 8, 2016 –  May 1st at Anderson Contemporary.

In the first solo show since her extraordinary 2011 exhibition at Galerie Pananti in Florence, Italy, celebrated sculptor/painter Eleanora Kupencow’s “Body Parts” showcases a selection of recent paintings, sculptures and Fun Seetz (sculpture for sitting, reclining, climbing).  Important paintings in the exhibition include: “Acrobats,” depicting a large field of active figures seemingly defying gravity; “Noah’s Ark,” a whimsical, multi-piece painting resplendent with creatures great and small, each inhabiting a little painted cage all its own; and the piercing “Diamond in a Rectangle,” prominent in a palette of gold, silver, black, and white. A variety of shaped canvases form a “parade on wheels” down the gallery hallway, along with a dozen framed works on paper. Kupencow’s larger-than life figurative sculptures, “The Interfacing Couple,” and “The Jitterbugs,” respectively 11′ and 10′ tall, make a strong statement, along with a wall of 18 of their “maquette” counterparts. The two Fun Seetz on exhibit are “Dash Hound” and “Fat Cat.”

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