April: Exhibitions to See

Apr 17, 2018 · 3 min read
Jane Freilicher, Early New York Evening, 1954, oil on linen, 51 1/2 x 31 3/4 inches, 130.8 x 80.6 cm. Courtesy the Estate of Jane Freilicher and Paul Kasmin Gallery.

April 18th, 6–8pm
Paul Kasmin Gallery located at 515 West 27th Street presents Jane Freilicher: ’50s New York, a debut with the gallery that now represents the artist’s estate. The presentation is the first to focus on Freilicher’s paintings from the 1950s; a body of work that critic Fairfield Porter termed “traditional and radical.” Hailing from the 1950s and painted within various studios in lower Manhattan, the works are evocative of a downtown milieu that has since come to represent the period’s golden age of spirited, improvisational artistic freedom.

APaul Resika Celadon Sea, 2017. oil on canvas 36h x 48w in

April 18th, 6–8pm
Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects
at 208 Forsyth Street presents recent paintings by Paul Resika, in an exhibition entitled Geometry and the Sea. The exhibition runs concurrently with an show of related work at Bookstein Projects, 66 East 60th Street.

Image by Momo Takenoshita

April 18th, 7–9pm
Emily Harvey Foundation
at 537 Broadway hosts a book release and reception for Ying Liu’s MAKE A FOUNTAIN a book-length experimental report accompanying her 2017 play HANG OUT.

More information here

Emma Kohlmann, Yellow Yayoi Butterfly, 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 12 x 12 inches

April 20th, 6–8pm
Jack Hanley Gallery
located at 327 Broome Street presents Emma Kohlmann’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. For the exhibition, Kohlmann presents a new series of works on paper and canvas.

Yangyang Pan, In Between the Blossom, 2018. Oil on linen, 60 x 60 in.

April 20th, 6–8pm
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
at 37 Popham Road in Scarsdale, New York presents The Unveiling new paintings by Yangyang Pan. This exhibition presents eleven of Pan’s new paintings, based on landscape, all created in the past year. Pan’s gorgeous, opulent compositions oscillate between abstraction and representation.

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Adam Moskowitz. Counterform Intersect. 2017. UV ink on concrete. 11.25" × 8.5" × 1.75"

April 25th, 6–8pm
Anita Rogers Gallery
at 15 Greene Street presents The Divine Joke, curated by Barry Schwabsky. One hundred and one years ago — it seems like only yesterday! Or maybe it’s still tomorrow? April 10, 1917: Henri-Pierre Roché, collaborating with Marcel Duchamp and Beatrice Wood, published the first of what would be two issues of The Blind Man.

Detail (2018) by Maren Hassinger

April 26th, 6–8pm
Susan Inglett Gallery
located at 522 West 24th Street presents Maren Hassinger’s As One that will focus on her recent projectssurrounding issues of equality.

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