2017 IFPDA Print Fair
Preview (tickets required)
WED 10/25 6:30-9pm
THURS 10/26 12-8pm
FRI 10/27 12-8pm
SAT 10/28 12-8pm
SUN 10/29 12–6pm
New Location! Javits Center River Pavilion, Javits Center
11th Avenue at 35th Street
New York, NY 10001
We are proud to share at the 2017 IFPDA Print Fair an extraordinary group of works made at Atelier 17 in New York City during the 1940s. Atelier 17 was the melting pot as the capital of the art world transitioned from Paris to New York. Stanley William Hayter’s friends from the Surrealist movement Joan Miró and Andre Masson as well as Wassily Kandinsky were sitting out WWII and the devastating aftermath of occupied Paris in New York. While at Atelier 17 they encountered younger artists with new formalist approaches & American infused energy including Louise Bourgeois, Fred Becker, Alice Trumbull Mason, Krishna Reddy and Gabor Peterdi.
We will have superb and rare examples by each of these artists, all from Hayter’s own collection and most made in the 1940s. Included are master works – prints & plaster prints by Hayter. The impressions made from inked copper plates cast into plaster and later carved are especially rare as well as forcefully tactile & dramatic. Printmaking and sculpture merge in these groundbreaking, hybrid works.
New dates and a new venue mark the return of the IFPDA Print Fair. We have a strong collection of rare, Modernist prints from the 1930s and 1940s by Morris Blackburn, Judith Rothschild, Benton Spruance and African American masters Norman Lewis and Dox Thrash.
: we have a special group of rare and important works about music. Fred Becker’s Jam Session II, 1954, Benton Spruance’s 1941 Philadelphia Orchestra Mural Study, and the corresponding lithograph, Arrangement for Drums; along with Singing Saints a 1945 lithograph by Sargent Johnson and Elizabeth Catlett’s El Canto.
We will also ave an excellent selection of prints and works on paper by artists working in the US and Europe. Come see exciting works by Contemporary Rachel Selekman, Steven Ford, Donald Teskey, Peter Brooke, Michael Canning, Cheryl Warrick, Nona Hershey and David Shapiro. We will also introduce a group of brand new, hot-off-the-press works by Victoria Burge, Amze Emmons, Shelley Thorstensen and John Walker.
Thursday, September 14, 2017 is the benefit preview party in the splendid
Ames Family Atrium
at the Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio
We will have to see and buy the newest works on paper by Cleveland-based artists Dexter Davis, Deb Pinter and Tom Roese. And other Contemporary works by Donald Teskey, Cheryl Warrick, David Shapiro, Steven Ford, Peter Brooke, Michael Canning, Nona Hershey, Lynne Clibanoff, Shelley Thorstensen and Amze Emmons.
And important Modernist works by artists who worked at Stanley William Hayter’s Atelier 17 in New York and Paris: Fred Becker, Judith Rothschild, Phillip Kaplan, Alice Trumbull Mason, Helen Phillips, Mauricio Lasansky and his Iowa student, Tom Lias, Pierre Alechinsky, Krishna Reddy, Morris Blackburn. Many of these works are from Hayter’s own prints collection.
We also have a strong group of prints and works on paper by African American artists Paul Keene, Dox Thrash, Cheryl Warrick, Stan Whitney, Norman Lewis, Charles Elmer Harris (aka Beni Kosh, from Cleveland), Martin Puryear and Elizabeth Catlett.
Come to the fair.
Plans for the current exhibition, Paul Keene: Post War Explorations in Painting began with the discovery of paintings stored in the attic of the Keene home. Hidden way for decades, these works are a rich record of Paul’s early career. His GI Bill opportunity to work in Paris was soon followed by a John Hay Whitney Fellowship which supported a two year residency in at the Centre d’Arte, Port-au-Prince, Haiti (1951-1953).
The exhibition celebrates a too little known period of Paul’s career. The paintings are hybrids of Paul’s exposure to the early Modern & Contemporary art he found in Paris and the authentic West African cultural traditions he sought in Haiti. Gallery shows upon his return from both sojourns sold out thanks to the astute Philadelphia collector and philanthropist, Ben Bernstein. Georgia College’s Leland Galleries presentation is on thru 15 September 2017.
Time is running out to see Lynne Clibanoff’s cigar-box sized, beautifully finished three-dimensional rooms, often suffused with mysterious light, paired with Amze Emmons’ magically/minimally realist images inspired by architectural illustration, cartoon language, and instruction manuals. These Philadelphia-based artists who share an interest in the depiction of space and in presenting their subjects in exquisite detail.
This exhibition was favorable reviewed by the Broad Street Review and the Philadelphia Inquirer. Don’t miss it.
Lynne Clibanoff & Amze Emmons
at the galleries at the Gershman Y, Ends August, 27 2017
401 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147 215-545-4400
Dolan/Maxwell will exhibit at the Seattle Art Fair 2017. Seattle is renowned for its natural beauty as its cultural landscape, the Seattle Art Fair stands as a one-of-a-kind destination for the best in modern and contemporary art and a showcase for the vibrant arts community of the Pacific Northwest. The fair brings together the region’s strong collector base; local, national, and international galleries; area museums and institutions; and an array of innovative public programming. We will be bringing a collection of works by Contemporary artists including Donald Teskey, Michael Canning, Amze Emmons, Rachel Selekman, David Shapiro, Nona Hershey, Lynne Clibanoff, Peter Brooke, Cheryl Warrick and Steven Ford. We will have an impressive selection of mid-20th Century abstract works by artists affiliated with Stanley William Hayter‘s much celebrated Atelier 17 in New York, including Fred Becker, Helen Phillips, Tom Lias, Judith Rosthchild and Krishna Reddy. You’ll also find rare and important works by Philadelphia-based Modernists Dox Thrash, Morris Blackburn & Benton Spruance –all recognized internationally for their unique contributions to 20th Century American Art. We will have with major works by celebrated African American Masters Paul Keene, Elizabeth Catlett, Norman Lewis & Charles White. Location and fair hours are listed at the left of this page.
We will have an excellent selection of American watercolors made from 1935 to 2017 with works by Amze Emmons, Charles White, Nona Hershey, Paul Keene, Morris Blackburn, Judith Rothschild, Dox Thrash, Reggie Gammon, David Driskell, Robert Riggs, Benton Spruance, Fred Becker, Edward Countey, and Dorr Bothwell.
And Modern & Contemporary works by Donald Teskey, Larry Day, Lynne Clibanoff, Michael Canning, Steven Ford, Steven Sorman, Cheryl Warrick, Rachel Selekman, Helen Phillips, Tom Lias and Stanley William Hayter
PREVIEW PARTY Thursday April 20- 5:00-9:00
Friday, April 21 11:00 – 8:00
Saturday, April 22 11:00 – 8:00
Sunday, April 23 – 11:00 – 5:00
Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show
a benefit for Penn Medicine
at the Navy Yard, South Broad Street & Intrepid Avenue, Philadelphia 215-573-2247
We are pleased to exhibit again at Art on Paper and you’ll find us at Booth #D15
Art on Paper is on this week, March 2-5 2017 at the bright & airy Pier 36,
299 South Street New York, NY 10002 a short walk from the F train, East Broadway Station.
We have an excellent selection of works on paper by Contemporary artists Rachel Selekman, Steven Ford, Anders Bergstrom, Michael Canning, Tom Roese, Donald Forsythe, Cheryl Warrick, Donald Teskey, Shelley Thorstensen, Dexter Davis, Steven Sorman, David Shapiro, Nona Hershey and Judy Pfaff.
We will also have a strong group of Modernist drawings with important works by Morris Blackburn, Dox Thrash, Paul Keene, Judith Rothschild, Sam Brown, Charles Elmer Harris, Stanley William Hayter, Fred Becker, David Driskell, Edward Countey, Leon Kelly, Larry Day and Norman Lewis.
Links to your tickets are here:
Thursday March 2, 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Public Fair Hours
Friday Mar 3, 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday Mar 4, 11am to 7 pm
Sunday Mar 5, noon to 6 pm