Borrowed Light celebrates a transformative gift of over 500 photographs to the Tang Teaching Museum from photographer, curator, and collector Jack Shear. The exhibition features a selection of works chosen by Dayton Director Ian Berry in collaboration with Shear.
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We are just finishing up the last works in this delightful collection for the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery and the Columbus Museum. I'll post some shots of the two-sided frames and the elegant 'Tray frames' we created for the canvases. But wow...what a treat this show has been to spend time with
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Opening: “Jonathan Lasker” at Cheim & Read
An American abstract painter who has had more than 80 international solo shows since 1981, Jonathan Lasker is widely known for his formalist paintings and drawings that are both planned and improvised. Beginning with black and white drawings of biomorphic shapes and gestural marks on gridded, solid or patterned grounds, the artist makes color studies that become maquettes for his large-scale canvases. The layering of imagery creates a push-pull effect, where the shapes on the canvas seem to exist on different planes. Thickly painted forms interact with squiggly lines and flat surfaces to create a type of abstraction that knowingly flirts with Pop art.
Cheim & Read, 547 West 25 Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.
Rest in peace Ellsworth Kelly, one of the greatest 20th century abstract artists. He will be greatly missed by the art community, including the Currier. View our Ellsworth Kelly works of art at http://collections.currier.org/THA1743?sid=3652&x=112590.
Join our dear friend, Tobi Kahn spreading love and light.
We had a sneak preview of this stunning collection when we worked with Jack Shear and Ian Berry this summer to begin framing some of these gems. We are delighted for the Tang and happy to be a part of it.
We framed a great deal of this beautiful show at the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton. It's up until July 26, so there's still time to get out there and see it!