Filed under: Art Market, Art World, Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, DC, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, Must-Sees, New Jersey, New York, Oakland, Philadelphia, Philly, Portland, San Francisco, Santa Fe, Seattle | Tags: December, Must-See
In the 300+ gallery exhibitions that we previewed for this post, we discovered a number of New American Paintings’ alumni on view in December. Jim Lutes continues to produce a substantial body of work and, once again, demonstrates why he is one of Chicago’s leading painters. And check out Dolphin Gallery’s group exhibition “Push” which features several NAP artists, including a favorite of ours, Michael Krueger. Other shows that stand out: Fernando Mastrangelo at Charest-Weinberg, Byron Kim and James Cohan Gallery, and Cordy Ryman and Eli Ridgway. Enjoy the list! Please check them out and let us know what you think in the comments section after the jump!
Cordy Ryman | Shadow Boxed, acrylic, enamel and graphite on wood, 38 x 33.5 x 3.5 inches
Filed under: New Jersey | Tags: Chris Ballantyne, Dean Monogenis, deconstructing nature, Gregory Euclide, Hunterdon Art Museum, Jonathon Greene, Kem Keever, robyn voshardt, sven humphrey, Voshardt/Humphrey
If you’re in Jersey in the next few months, check out a show curated by our friend, Jonathon Greene, Director of Exhibitions, at the Hunterdon Art Museum. It features past New American Paintings artists Chris Ballantyne (NAP #76 and 2002 MFA Annual), Gregory Euclide (NAP #53, 71, 83), and Dean Monogenis (NAP #80). Also in the exhibitions are great works by Kim Keever and Voshardt/Humphrey. The show is open now and will run through January 29th, 2012. The opening reception will be Sunday, October 16th, from 2 to 4pm. More after the jump!