Congratulations, Margaret Morrison, on being selected for The Butler Museum of American Art’s 86th National Midyear Exhibition (juried by William Underwood Eiland, Director of MOCA GA). Morrison’s beautiful oil-on-canvas piece, “Menagerie,” was chosen for this museum show. The exhibition will be from June 19 – August 14, 2022. More information can be found here….
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Shadowman – Richard Hambleton Photographs by Vera Isler and Thomas Christ New York / Basel 1980 – 84 April 8 – June 25, 2022 More information can be found here.
Born in Osaka, Japan, Hiro Ichikawa (1959-2017) studied painting and drawing at Suidobata Art Academy. After moving to the United States, he graduated from Pratt Institute with a BFA. Ichikawa’s art has been featured in numerous national and international solo and group exhibitions at galleries and museums. His paintings are in the permanent collection…
January 22 – March 19, 2022 MARGARET MORRISON “Gathered V Artists,” Group Exhibition at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.
Terence Netter: Visions and Revisions Revisited May 5 – July 31, 2022 Terence Netter (1929-2018) met Lee Krasner in 1964, when, as an MFA student at George Washington University, he visited her home and studio in Springs. At the time he was a member of the Jesuit Order, and was profiled in The New York…
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Click here for source. Big painting, big price! This abstract painting measured 58 ¼ inches high and 104 inches long. A phone bidder prevailed against competition, pushing it to finish at $170,800. It was by far the top lot in the sale ($5/7,000).
Richard Hambleton and Malcolm McLaren Create Witches And The Shadow Man“In recognition of Hambleton’s importance, a jersey skirt with roll top and piping from Witches featured a Shadow Man.”
Stikman: Theme and Variations“Why the anonymous street artist continues to fascinate”