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Robischon Gallery opens its first first solo exhibition of works by Enrique Martinez Celaya

Robischon Gallery presents the gallery’s first solo exhibition of highly acclaimed Cuban-born artist and author Enrique Martínez Celaya. The extensive presentation features painting, photography and sculpture investigating Martínez Celaya’s re-emerging theme of a boy and the psychic or philosophical forces which surround. The new and earlier select works reflect a poetic exploration into the nature of vulnerability, power, confidence and fear, while allowing the physicality of each medium employed – oil and wax, bronze, watercolor, wood, tar and straw – to carry with it a sense of the ineffable. Martínez Celaya states, “Since the mid-90s I have been using the image of a boy coming of age, still moored in childhood, but already half-embarked on that journey to adulthood from which he will not return. This reference has appeared in my paintings,

Cajsa Von Zeipel’s second solo exhibition at Arcadia Missa on view in London

Cajsa Von Zeipel’s second solo exhibition at Arcadia Missa, The Gossips, takes its name from a small, often repeated sculpture by the French artist Camille Claudel. Cajsa von Zeipel’s sculptures in this exhibition present additional readings of Claudel’s piece as well as the action of gossiping itself. As with Claudel’s multiples of The Gossips, each sculpture in this exhibition – they are titled Why, What,Where, When – is a repeat of itself, a figure in a state of transformation. The repetitions act as versions, versions act as rumours, a rumour as a version of a truth. A whisper is shapeless, constantly changing as the gossips speak. Von Zeipel’s sculptures too, are dripping and flowing and evolving and nebulous. Bongs, dildos, phone cords, spinners – technological and mechanical extensions of the body – grow from these gossips and it is unclear if they

Cajsa Von Zeipel’s second solo exhibition at Arcadia Missa on view in London

Cajsa Von Zeipel’s second solo exhibition at Arcadia Missa, The Gossips, takes its name from a small, often repeated sculpture by the French artist Camille Claudel. Cajsa von Zeipel’s sculptures in this exhibition present additional readings of Claudel’s piece as well as the action of gossiping itself. As with Claudel’s multiples of The Gossips, each sculpture in this exhibition – they are titled Why, What,Where, When – is a repeat of itself, a figure in a state of transformation. The repetitions act as versions, versions act as rumours, a rumour as a version of a truth. A whisper is shapeless, constantly changing as the gossips speak. Von Zeipel’s sculptures too, are dripping and flowing and evolving and nebulous. Bongs, dildos, phone cords, spinners – technological and mechanical extensions of the body – grow from these gossips and it is unclear if they

Cajsa Von Zeipel’s second solo exhibition at Arcadia Missa on view in London

Cajsa Von Zeipel’s second solo exhibition at Arcadia Missa, The Gossips, takes its name from a small, often repeated sculpture by the French artist Camille Claudel. Cajsa von Zeipel’s sculptures in this exhibition present additional readings of Claudel’s piece as well as the action of gossiping itself. As with Claudel’s multiples of The Gossips, each sculpture in this exhibition – they are titled Why, What,Where, When – is a repeat of itself, a figure in a state of transformation. The repetitions act as versions, versions act as rumours, a rumour as a version of a truth. A whisper is shapeless, constantly changing as the gossips speak. Von Zeipel’s sculptures too, are dripping and flowing and evolving and nebulous. Bongs, dildos, phone cords, spinners – technological and mechanical extensions of the body – grow from these gossips and it is unclear if they

Exhibition at Tufts University Art Galleries features recent works by Harry Dodge

Harry Dodge: Works of Love features a selection of recent sculptures, drawings, and videos by the Los Angeles-based artist. Dodge’s sculptural assemblages are riotous, precarious constructions that revel as much in theoretical ideas about a posthuman future as they do in the ecstasy of the workaday present. In Dodge’s most recent series of tabletop sculptures called “Works of Love,” aluminum pipes and industrial fittings adjoin to look like alien prosthetics or robot appendages. Inspired by concepts like French poet and philosopher Édouard Glissant’s notion of “consenting not to be a single being,” Dodge’s creations are simultaneously ascendant and broken—objects that suggest unwieldiness: states fluctuating between the analog and digital, alien and earthly, material and virtual, me and you. The exhibition will also present work

ADAA announces program highlights for The Art Show 2019

The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) today announced additional highlights of the 2019 edition of The Art Show. The nation’s most respected and longest-running art fair will take place on February 28 - March 3, at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, with a Gala Preview on a new night, Wednesday, February 27. Organized by the ADAA, a nonprofit membership organization of art dealers from around the country, The Art Show offers collectors, arts professionals, and the public the opportunity to engage with artworks of the highest caliber through intimately scaled and thoughtfully curated exhibitions that encourage close viewing and active conversation with gallerists. Admission throughout the week as well as proceeds from the Gala Preview benefit Henry Street Settlement, one of New York’s leading social service, arts,

ADAA announces program highlights for The Art Show 2019

The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) today announced additional highlights of the 2019 edition of The Art Show. The nation’s most respected and longest-running art fair will take place on February 28 - March 3, at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, with a Gala Preview on a new night, Wednesday, February 27. Organized by the ADAA, a nonprofit membership organization of art dealers from around the country, The Art Show offers collectors, arts professionals, and the public the opportunity to engage with artworks of the highest caliber through intimately scaled and thoughtfully curated exhibitions that encourage close viewing and active conversation with gallerists. Admission throughout the week as well as proceeds from the Gala Preview benefit Henry Street Settlement, one of New York’s leading social service, arts,

ADAA announces program highlights for The Art Show 2019

The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) today announced additional highlights of the 2019 edition of The Art Show. The nation’s most respected and longest-running art fair will take place on February 28 - March 3, at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, with a Gala Preview on a new night, Wednesday, February 27. Organized by the ADAA, a nonprofit membership organization of art dealers from around the country, The Art Show offers collectors, arts professionals, and the public the opportunity to engage with artworks of the highest caliber through intimately scaled and thoughtfully curated exhibitions that encourage close viewing and active conversation with gallerists. Admission throughout the week as well as proceeds from the Gala Preview benefit Henry Street Settlement, one of New York’s leading social service, arts,

Shannon’s to offer over 180 lots of original, quality paintings, drawings, sculpture and fine prints

Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers announces their first Online Fine Art Auction of the year, to be held online on Thursday, January 24th at 2:00PM. The sale includes over 180 lots of quality fine art available at approachable prices for collectors at every level. The Online Catalog will be available for bidding on January 14th. Notable highlights include a lithograph by Pablo Picasso entitled “Jaqueline.” The abstract composition is an eye-catching print on pink Japon paper. Other modern and contemporary prints by Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Robert Rauschenberg, Krishna Redy and others will also be offered. Modern and contemporary paintings in the sale include a Fancisco Icaza oil painting titled “Caja de Joyas,” a painting of New York City by Anne W. Goldthwaite and a portrait by Joseph Solman among many others. Large-scale paintings