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JoAnne Artman Gallery NEW YORK presents Contemporary Consiousness

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

The JoAnne Artman Gallery in New York is pleased to share “Contemporary Consciousness” featuring artists James Wolanin and Jane Maxwell. The female body has long served as a muse in the arts, a lens through which the themes, issues and ongoing dialogue of the contemporary collective consciousness can be reflected. The work of James Wolanin and Jane Maxwell addresses this discourse through reflective interpretations of the feminine ideal through context, material and approach. In Wolanin’s work an idealized “snapshot” image is filtered through memories of the artist’s own personal history as in Mona Lisa of the Motorway Acrylic and Resin on Panel – featured above. Maxwell’s imagery on the other hand, while also addressing the legacy of print advertisement in the digital age, looks at its ephemerality through aggregation and accumulation. Biting into societal and personal constructs of femininity both artists commit to an encompassing approach, resulting in work that both entices and provokes.

JoAnne Artman Gallery Presents: “Kinetic Energy” Featuring Lee Waisler

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017


Graceful lines and bold color brought together through a nuanced approach to texture and material. A line that is both a relief as well as a spatial tool to curve shadow, compose color and separate texture. JoAnne Artman Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of work by Los Angeles based painter Lee Waisler (b. 1938). Through varied subject matter, the grouped works show the culmination of a long and articulated artistic practice, utilizing an established visual language and unifying approach.

Throughout his work, Red pictured above, Waisler utilizes dimensional compositional elements including wood, sand, carbon, and glass. Waisler’s intent and approach renders the works unyieldingly direct – they are evocative, poetic, and bold.

March 16, 2017 – April 30, 2017

Reception: Thursday, March 16th, 2017 from 6pm-8pm

JoAnne Artman Gallery, Presents: “Fourth Wall” New Work by Brooke Shaden

Wednesday, December 28th, 2016
Image Courtesy of JoAnne Artman Gallery – Undone Yarn – Brooke Shaden

JoAnne Artman Gallery is pleased to present photographer, Brooke Shaden’s Room series, a new body of work, which plays upon ideas of perception and illusion by both acknowledging the viewer as well as the ideas of illusion and perception inherent in the photographic medium. Shaden’s chosen medium is by its very nature an exercise in suspension of disbelief. In the Room series, she plays with this notion by way of composition, fantastical, symbolic imagery, and an acknowledgement of the viewer’s gaze

Exhibition runs from January 5th, 2017-February 18th, 2017

Artist’s Reception: Thursday, January 5th, 2017 from 6pm-8pm

New Work by America Martin at the JoAnne Artman Gallery

Saturday, November 12th, 2016
Painting courtesy of the gallery – American Martin, Women Gather Fig Leaves


The JoAnne Artman Gallery​,  is pleased to present their Winter 2016 show “This Is America” new works by AMERICA MARTIN.

AMERICA MARTIN is a Colombian­ American fine artist based in Los Angeles, Ca. who utilizes the human form as the primary subject in her work. In breadth and scope the exhibition represents the current stage of Martin’s artistic practice ­- an exploration of structure, form and medium with a focus on the human figure. Martin functions as both artist and anthropologist, as people are her dominant subject: she poignantly interprets the human spirit with flair that is all her own.

Winter 2016 Artist Reception: Thursday, November 17 th, 2016 from 6pm­ – 8pm

JoAnne Artman Gallery, Presents: Breaking Ground: Redefining the Urban Experience

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

JoAnne Artman Gallery, Presents: Breaking Ground: Redefining the Urban Experience Featuring John “CRASH” Matos September 8, 2016 – October 31, 2016

Regarded as a pioneer of graffiti art, CRASH’s work combines elements of both traditional fine art and underground urban art creating a dialogue concerning the very nature of art itself. With apparent Pop-Art influences showcased amongst a subcultural street art foundation, CRASH allows viewers to explore the impartial quality that art has to offer, reminding us that great art can be found everywhere, whether it be on the side of a train, encompassing the surface of a building, or displayed on the walls of an art gallery.


Art Courtesy JoAnne Artman Gallery, Crash, Wrapped in My Own Existence, 2013


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