Larry Rivers Exhibition Highlighted in The Guardian

Larry Rivers Exhibition Highlighted in The Guardian

By Jonathan Jones

August 31, 2017

Larry Rivers became an artist in the 1940s, and was soon part of a New York avant-garde scene of dancers, musicians and writers. A saxophonist-turned-painter, he refused to adhere to any genre, and his puckish work has an air of jazz improvisation. He’ll be celebrated at (RE)APPROPRIATIONS, an exhibition spanning five decades of his work at the Tibor de Nagy Gallery in New York from 6 September

Larry Rivers Exhibition Acknowledged in BLOUIN ARTINFO

Larry Rivers Exhibition Acknowledged in BLOUIN ARTINFO

August 30, 2017

Tibor de Nagy Gallery will be hosting an exhibition “(Re)appropriations” by artist Larry Rivers at the gallery’s new downtown location in New York.

Medrie MacPhee Interviewed in artcritical

Medrie MacPhee Interviewed in artcritical

By Leslie Wayne

July 20, 2017

"Using all of the inherent metaphors of language to visually suggest things like what is real and what is imaginary. What is the subplot? Is there transparency or opaqueness? Do these colors suggest something urgent/edgy or is the attitude more of stillness?" -Medrie MacPhee

Medrie MacPhee Exhibition Reviewed in Hyperallergic

Medrie MacPhee Exhibition Reviewed in Hyperallergic

By Stephen Maine

July 8, 2017

"An extremely accomplished painter, MacPhee makes adjustments as she goes along — to her paintings; to her understanding of space; to the objects of her attention. "

- Stephen Maine

Trevor Winkfield Interviewed in The Weekly Standard

Trevor Winkfield Interviewed in The Weekly Standard

Interviews with Lee Smith

July 5 & 6, 2017

Weekly Standard contributor Lee Smith and friend to gallery artist Trevor Winkfield discuss paintings, writing and artist in two recent interviews.

Medrie MacPhee Exhibition Highlighted in The New Yorker

Medrie MacPhee Exhibition Highlighted in The New Yorker

Goings On About Town

July 3, 2017

"But her new work has an ingenious twist: the compositions combine oil paint and salvaged scraps of clothing. Buttons, seams, and the like remain intact, and the results have an irresistible weirdness."

Medrie MacPhee Reviewed in The New York Sun

Medrie MacPhee Reviewed in The New York Sun

By Xico Greenwald

June 24, 2017

This is Ms. MacPhee’s first exhibit with Tibor de Nagy and the simplified pictures here represent a change of course for the artist. In previous exhibitions she presented busy canvases, painting architectural renderings of construction site detritus.

Medrie MacPhee The Daily Pic in artnet news

Medrie MacPhee The Daily Pic in artnet news

By Blake Gopnik

June 20, 2017

THE DAILY PIC (#1814): MacPhee’s new body of work, with its collaged garment parts, is a big departure for her, and I think it succeeds.

Medrie MacPhee Exhibition Reviewed in Two Coats of Paint

Medrie MacPhee Exhibition Reviewed in Two Coats of Paint

By Sharon Butler

June 17, 2017

Review of Medrie MacPhee's exhibition Scavenge at Tibor de Nagy Gallery's new Lower East Side location

Medire MacPhee Highlighted in TIME OUT New York

Medire MacPhee Highlighted in TIME OUT New York

June 15, 2017

Fabrics and paint combine into architectural forms in the work of this veteran artist who has lived in New York for more than 40 years.

ELEVENSES By Charles North and Trevor Winkfield

ELEVENSES By Charles North and Trevor Winkfield

Published by Granary Books

Published 2017

Cloth over board | 20 pp

10 1/4" x 13"
Granary Books
Edition size: 30

Kathy Butterly's Artist Website

Kathy Butterly's Artist Website

January 25, 2017

Brand new moblie friendly artist website featuring extensive image gallery and biographical information.

John Newman at Akron Art Museum

John Newman at Akron Art Museum

An Exhibition of Drawings by Sculptors

October 1, 2016 - January 15, 2017

John Newman makes drawings before, during and after his sculptures, many of them as ways to understand how to realize new ideas. Noted for his eccentric combinations of natural, manufactured, computer-generated and hand-crafted elements in his modestly-scaled sculptures, Newman likewise uses a variety of materials and techniques in his works on paper.

Shirley Jaffe Remembered in The New York Times

Shirley Jaffe Remembered in The New York Times

Shirley Jaffe, Geometric Artist of Joyful Forms, Dies at 92

September 30. 2016

" For the next half-century, working in a small apartment-studio on the Left Bank, Ms. Jaffe refined and extended her inquiries into the drama of form and color — always at a distance, literally and figuratively, from the currents of American art."
 
-William Grimes
September 30, 2016

Susan Jane Walp Interviewed on Savvypainter.com

Susan Jane Walp Interviewed on Savvypainter.com

Interviewed by Antrese Woods

September 22, 2016

Susan and I talk about how she constructs her paintings, and how she balances precision with those spontaneous a-ha moments.

John O'Reilly Exhibition at Miller Yzerski Gallery

John O'Reilly Exhibition at Miller Yzerski Gallery

The War Years 1942 - 1943

September 9 - October 11,2016

The War Years Collages are and old man's reflections on what he imagines he has experienced as we boy living at the New Jersey coast during World War II.

Sarah McEneaney Exhibtion at Locks Gallery

Sarah McEneaney Exhibtion at Locks Gallery

When You Wish

August 26 - October 8, 2016

The new paintings on view act as mirrors, reflecting McEneaney’s core identity as an artist and activist and continuing her ongoing investigation of autobiography in her work.

Jess Collins Website

Jess Collins Website

December 2015

The Jess Collins Trust has now launch the official website for gallery artist Jess

Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson: Seen and Unseen Featured in The New York Times

Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson: Seen and Unseen Featured in The New York Times

November 2015

Jane Levere covers the Parrish Art Museum's in her New York Times article The Divergent Styles of Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson

Jen Mazza on Painting

Jen Mazza on Painting

November 2015

Jen Mazza contributed an essay to Tilted Arc relating to her gallery exhibition " \ /\/\/\/\/\ /\\\\\\\\\///////////\ A PAINTING IS A MACHINE."

Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson: Seen and Unseen at the Parrish Art Museum

Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson: Seen and Unseen at the Parrish Art Museum

October 25, 2015

This exhibition brings together paintings and works on paper by Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson—two notable figures in American art who emerged from the pursuit of rigorous abstraction to develop highly individual and beautifully compelling approaches to representation, fundamentally reinventing traditional definitions of landscape and still life painting.

Tibor de Nagy Gallery now on Instagram

Tibor de Nagy Gallery now on Instagram

March 2015

John Newman is Artist-in-Residence at the Chinati Foundation

John Newman is Artist-in-Residence at the Chinati Foundation

March 2015

Jane Freilicher, Beloved New York Painter, Dies at 90

Jane Freilicher, Beloved New York Painter, Dies at 90

December 9, 2014

Roberta Smith Praises Sarah McEneaney and Hannah Wilke in New York Times

Roberta Smith Praises Sarah McEneaney and Hannah Wilke in New York Times

November 2014

"Jane Freilicher: Prints and Works on Paper" reviewed on Hyperallergic

"Jane Freilicher: Prints and Works on Paper" reviewed on Hyperallergic

October 2014

"An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and Their Circle," reviewed in the Los Angeles Times

"An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and Their Circle," reviewed in the Los Angeles Times

September 2014

Artcritical's Review Panel releases podcast discussing John Newman's sculptural work

Artcritical's Review Panel releases podcast discussing John Newman's sculptural work

September 2014

The New York Times and Hyperallergic review "An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and their Circle"

The New York Times and Hyperallergic review "An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and their Circle"

January 22, 2014

Grey Art Gallery at NYU

Two Jane Freilicher exhibitions take place in Chicago

Two Jane Freilicher exhibitions take place in Chicago

December 2013

Poetry Foundation and Valerie Carberry Gallery, Chicago

Crossings: Larry Rivers & His Milieu

Crossings: Larry Rivers & His Milieu

March, 29 2013

Interior, curated by Barry Rosen, reviewed in The New York Times by Roberta Smith

Interior, curated by Barry Rosen, reviewed in The New York Times by Roberta Smith

March 2013

John Newman mentioned in ADAA Art Show Review in the New York Times

John Newman mentioned in ADAA Art Show Review in the New York Times

March, 7 2013

John Newman is Artist-in-Residence at Dartmouth College

John Newman is Artist-in-Residence at Dartmouth College

January 2013

Trevor Winkfield exhibition featured among Art in America's Top 10 in 2012

Trevor Winkfield exhibition featured among Art in America's Top 10 in 2012

December 2012

John Newman review by Stephanie Buhmann

John Newman review by Stephanie Buhmann

December2012

Kathy Butterly is awarded the 2012 Smithsonian American Art Museum's Contemporary Artist Award

November 2012

Kathy Butterly West Coast exhibition reviewed in the Los Angeles Times

Kathy Butterly West Coast exhibition reviewed in the Los Angeles Times

October 2012

Rudy Burckhardt's most memorable films released on a three DVD set

Rudy Burckhardt's most memorable films released on a three DVD set

June 2012

Larry Rivers exhibition EXTENDED

Larry Rivers exhibition EXTENDED

June 2012

Susan Jane Walp interviewed by the Jerusalem Studio School

Susan Jane Walp interviewed by the Jerusalem Studio School

May 1 2012

The Brooklyn Rail:  John Newman in Conversation with Phong Bui

The Brooklyn Rail: John Newman in Conversation with Phong Bui

April 2012

Sarah McEneaney exhibition reviewed in The Wall Street Journal

Sarah McEneaney exhibition reviewed in The Wall Street Journal

February 18 2012

Kathy Butterly praised in The Boston Globe

Kathy Butterly praised in The Boston Globe

February 17 2012

Gallery artist Kathy Butterly featured in major exhibition at ICA Boston

Gallery artist Kathy Butterly featured in major exhibition at ICA Boston

February 2012

Figuring Color: Kathy Butterly, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Roy McMakin, Sue Williams

Jess and Elizabeth Bishop exhibition reviewed in The New York Times by Roberta Smith

Jess and Elizabeth Bishop exhibition reviewed in The New York Times by Roberta Smith

January 2012

John O'Reilly exhibition EXTENDED

John O'Reilly exhibition EXTENDED

July 2011

John O'Reilly exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker by Vince Aletti

John O'Reilly exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker by Vince Aletti

July 2011

John O'Reilly exhibition reviewed in The New York Times by Holland Cotter

John O'Reilly exhibition reviewed in The New York Times by Holland Cotter

July 2011

Jane Freilicher Exhibition reviewed in The New York Times by Roberta Smith

Jane Freilicher Exhibition reviewed in The New York Times by Roberta Smith

May 19 2011

Jane Freilicher Exhibition Extended

Jane Freilicher Exhibition Extended

April 2011

Jane Freilicher exhibition reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

Jane Freilicher exhibition reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

April 2011

New York Observer Review for Tibor de Nagy Painters & Poets

New York Observer Review for Tibor de Nagy Painters & Poets

February 2011

Wall Street Journal Review for Tibor de Nagy Painters & Poets

Wall Street Journal Review for Tibor de Nagy Painters & Poets

January 2011

New York Times Front Page Review for Gallery's Anniversary Exhibition

New York Times Front Page Review for Gallery's Anniversary Exhibition

January 2011

Joe Brainard, Jess, John O'Reilly exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker

Joe Brainard, Jess, John O'Reilly exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker

December 2010

Rudy Burckhardt exhibition reviewed in The Wall Street Journal

Rudy Burckhardt exhibition reviewed in The Wall Street Journal

Rudy Burckhardt exhibition reviewed in CityArts Magazine

Rudy Burckhardt exhibition reviewed in CityArts Magazine

December 2010

Ben Aronson exhibition reviewed by Donald Kuspit

Ben Aronson exhibition reviewed by Donald Kuspit

November 2010

Tom Burckhardt exhibition reviewed in The Brookyn Rail

Tom Burckhardt exhibition reviewed in The Brookyn Rail

October 7, 2010

Kathy Butterly exhibition reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

Kathy Butterly exhibition reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

June 29, 2010

Shirley Jaffe exhibition reviewed in the New York Times

Shirley Jaffe exhibition reviewed in the New York Times

April 16, 2010

Shirley Jaffe exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker

Shirley Jaffe exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker

April 5, 2010

Shirley Jaffe exhibition reviewed on Artcritical.com

Shirley Jaffe exhibition reviewed on Artcritical.com

April 4, 2010

Shirley Jaffe interviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

Shirley Jaffe interviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

April 2010

Shirley Jaffe exhibition reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

Shirley Jaffe exhibition reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

March 27, 2010

Fairfield Porter exhibition reviewed in ARTnews

Fairfield Porter exhibition reviewed in ARTnews

March 2010

Louisa Matthiasdottir exhibition reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

Louisa Matthiasdottir exhibition reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

February 27, 2010

Richard Baker interviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

Richard Baker interviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

February 2, 2010

Francis Picabia exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker

Francis Picabia exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker

January 18, 2008

Farifield Porter exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker

Farifield Porter exhibition reviewed in The New Yorker

January 18, 2010

Fairfield Porter exhibition reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

Fairfield Porter exhibition reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

January 2, 2010