Artists

Matt Mullican

Matt Mullican is an American contemporary artist. He is best known for combining performance, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and video as a means of exploring the subjective through the intersection of communal signage and personal semiotics. Untitled , from the Edinburgh Encyclopedia (Vol.XVI: Pump to Road), 1991/97 Acrylic and oil stick on one canvas panel 90 x […] Read More

Beverly Semmes

Beverly Semmes is an American artist based in New York City who works in sculpture, textile, video, photography, performance, and large-scale installation. Little Orange Suite 1992 Velvet 36 x 17 inches

Sol DeWitt

Solomon “Sol” LeWitt was an American artist linked to various movements, including conceptual art and minimalism. Nine Towers 2004 cinder blocks 15’ x 15’ x 15’

Richard Artschwager

Richard Ernst Artschwager was an American painter, illustrator, and sculptor. His work has associations with Pop Art, Conceptual art, and Minimalism. Fractal  1987 formica on wood 17 X 17 X 5 1/2 inches Edition of 25

Robert Moskowitz

Robert Moskowitz is a contemporary American painter who was influenced by, among other movements, Abstract Expressionism, and gained recognition in the 1960s onward for his paintings, drawings and prints that work in the intersection between Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism and Pop Art. Empire State 2004 o/c 78 x 26 inches Skyscraper 1997 o/c 25 x 11 […] Read More

Jonathan Borofsky

Jonathan Borofsky is a contemporary American artist best known for his site-specific sculptures, colored lithographs, and screenprints. Known for combining media and juxtaposing seemingly contrasting imagery, the artist’s works engage in esoteric ideas surrounding dreams, labor, tragedy, and numbers as catalysts for his ambitious projects.  Malcom Morley Dream 3,029,086 1984 Acrylic on canvas 48 x 48 […] Read More

Marjorie Strider

Marjorie Virginia Strider was an American painter, sculptor and performance artist best known for her three-dimensional paintings and site-specific soft sculpture installations. Ms. Strider was among the first wave of New York Pop artists and was included in “The First International Girlie Show” at the Pace Gallery in 1964, along with several soon-to-be stars of […] Read More

Frank Holliday

Frank Holliday (born 1957, North Carolina) is an American painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s. He is often associated with the East Village scene and associated with Club 57. His early career as an artist included working with Andy Warhol and close associations with artists […] Read More

Jackie Ferrara

Jackie Ferrara (born Jacqueline Hirschhorn on November 17, 1929, in Detroit, Michigan) is an American sculptor and draughtswoman best known for her pyramidal stacked structures. Her work is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, The Phillips Collection, and the […] Read More

Jene Highstein

An artist best known for refined post-Minimalist sculptures, Jene Highstein died at age 70 in New York on Apr. 27 after a brief battle with lung cancer. Soft-spoken and admired for his intelligence and humor as well as his work, Highstein developed, over the course of a nearly five-decade career, a spare and evocative sculptural […] Read More