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New York, NY 10022
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Forum Gallery was founded in New York City in 1961 by Bella Fishko, as a gallery of American figurative art. Among the first artists represented were Raphael Soyer, Chaim Gross, David Levine and Gregory Gillespie. The gallery is a founding member of the Art Dealers Association of America.  From inception, Forum Gallery’s contemporary exhibition program has been augmented by mounting curated, thematic exhibitions of historic importance, in keeping with the gallery’s focus on humanism.

Forum Gallery’s program expanded internationally in the 1980’s, and the gallery soon represented the American artists William Beckman and Robert Cottingham as well as the Norwegian painter Odd Nerdrum. Today, Forum Gallery represents more than thirty American and European artists and estates, including Chilean born masters Claudio Bravo and Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Spanish realist Cesar Galicia, and Austrian painter Xenia Hausner. American artists whose work is now represented by Forum Gallery include Steven Assael, Linden Frederick, Alan Magee, Alyssa Monks, Clio Newton, Brian Rutenberg and Tula Telfair.
Artists Represented:
Steven Assael
Robert Bauer
William Beckman
Ellen Eagle
Al Farrow
Alan Feltus
Paul Fenniak
Linden Frederick
César Galicia
Rance Jones
Jane Lund
David Mach
Alan Magee
G. Daniel Massad
Craig McPherson
Anthony Mitri
Alyssa Monks
Guillermo Muñoz Vera
Clio Newton
Mark Podwal
Brian Rutenberg
Megan Rye
Wade Schuman
Tula Telfair
Michael C. Thorpe
Maria Tomasula


Chaim Gross [1904–1991]
Susan Hauptman [1947-2015]
David Levine [1926–2009]
Hugo Robus [1885–1964]
Raphael Soyer [1899–1987]
Works Available By:
Claudio Bravo
Davis Cone
Robert Cottingham
Gregory Gillespie
Michael Leonard
Odd Nerdrum


Then and Now: American Social Realism, Forum Gallery, New York, NY, May 13 - July 9, 2021
Tula Telfair, Between Acceptance and Desire, 2016, oil on canvas, 75 x 100 inches
Raphael Soyer, Waiting at the Station, 1941, oil on canvas, 18 x 14 inches
Maria Tomasula, Star Eater, 2017, oil on panel, 20 x 16 inches
Hugo Robus, The General, 1922, polished bronze, 19 x 19 1/2 x 7 3/8 inches, Edition 4/6
Brian Rutenberg, Corsair, 2017, oil on linen, 60 x 82 inches
Alyssa Monks, Synthesis, 2015, oil on linen, 56 x 84 inches
Linden Frederick, Rear Window, 2016, oil on linen, 36 x 36 inches
Robert Cottingham, ME, 1972, oil on canvas, 78 x 78 inches
César Galicia, Bodegón con Radio Inter (Still Life with Radio Inter), 2014, mixed media on plaster and wood, 22 5/8 x 22 3/4 inches
Chaim Gross, Bareback Riders, 1960, bronze, 25 x 27 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, Edition of 6
Alan Magee, Surround (for Barry), 2015, acrylic on canvas, 43 x 64 inches
William Beckman, The Bull Series, #10, 2017, charcoal on paper, 66 x 127 inches
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Current Exhibition

Brian Rutenberg

Brian Rutenberg: Celebrating 25 Years

May 1, 2024 - June 14, 2024
From May 1 through June 14, 2024, Forum Gallery, New York, will present a special exhibition celebrating twenty-five years of Brian Rutenberg’s (b. 1965) art with Forum Gallery. Brian Rutenberg: Celebrating 25 Years will showcase Brian Rutenberg’s vibrant, colorful abstract paintings inspired by the landscape of his birthplace, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in twenty-one works dating from 1998 to the present. Each painting is a highlight of his artistic evolution, while together the works in the exhibition illuminate the magnetic, enduring appeal of his art that has made Brian Rutenberg one of this country’s most popular painters. Brian Rutenberg joined Forum Gallery shortly after his return from a year in Ireland on a Fulbright Scholarship. The formative experience cemented for the artist that while the landscape was a starting point for his paintings, they were not “about landscape.” Images refer to trees, ponds, and atmospheric hazes but these anchor points give way to color and love, turning Rutenberg’s paintings into deeply emotive portals to places of palpable energy and harmonious contrasts. Rutenberg recalls the words of Art Historian, Kenneth Clark “Ideas become fact through love,” “a great glaze that connects cultures” according to Rutenberg, and the great connector of his art throughout the past twenty-five years. Robert Fishko, Director of Forum Gallery recalls: “I was startled and amazed when I saw Brian Rutenberg’s painting for the first time, 26 years ago. The abstract landscape image… had the fresh boldness of fractal line, the intensity of near-synchronist color and the spontaneous surface of improvisation… To see his work mature and develop has been among the greatest gifts I’ve experienced in the art world.” Brian Rutenberg attended the College of Charleston (SC) and the School of Visual Arts (NY). A Fulbright scholar (1997), he lives in New York and both of his children are enrolled in the College of Charleston. Brian Rutenberg: Celebrating 25 Years opens on May 1 with an opening reception with the artist from 5:30 to 7:30pm. On May 7 from 5:30 to 7pm Forum Gallery will host Brian Rutenberg and Jonathan Miller Spies, “In Conversation.”

Past Exhibitions

Benny Andrews, Robert Bauer, William Beckman, Claudio Bravo, Davis Cone, Charles Demuth, Alan Feltus, Chaim Gross, Susan Hauptman, Alan Magee, G. Daniel Massad, Anthony Mitri, Alyssa Monks, Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Brian Rutenberg, Tula Telfair, Michael C. Thorpe, Maria Tomasula, Max Weber

Spring Forward

March 14, 2024 - April 27, 2024
Opening March 14th and continuing through April 27th, Forum Gallery will present "Spring Forward," a group exhibition of thirty paintings, drawings, and sculpture encompassing the spirit of springtime, nature’s annual rebirth relished for its reinvigorating light, color, and flora and the energy it imparts, refreshing our vision for the future, propelling us into action. Setting the mood with the melody of springtime will be the charming, "Colored Bird," 1960, sculpted by Max Weber in painted bronze, alongside acrobats and mothers with their children that spring into play in three sculptures by Chaim Gross created between 1944 and 1968. Eponymous with Spring is the season’s colorful displays, which we will celebrate in glorious floral works and still lifes by Claudio Bravo, Charles Demuth, Susan Hauptman, G. Daniel Massad, and Anthony Mitri. Landscapes infused with vitality and Spring light by Benny Andrews, Robert Bauer, William Beckman, Davis Cone, Rackstraw Downes, and Tula Telfair will be on view alongside paintings by Guillermo Muñoz Vera featuring the gardens of the Alhambra and a New York scene by Raphael Soyer evoking civilizations awakening to the fresh days ahead. Charging beyond the picture plane into an unchartered future is Alyssa Monks’ female protagonist enmeshed in botanicals in "Maybe if I Try Harder," 2023; while Alan Magee’s larger-than-life metaphorical "Compass," 2019, reorients us in an evocative arrangement of driftwood. Brian Rutenberg’s electric landscape abstraction, "Pillow & Petal 6," 2023, cries out “Eureka!” in bolts of energy shot across the canvas in springtime hues. Love is in the air in Clio Newton’s new lyrical charcoal of an embracing couple; while Michael C. Thorpe’s quietly poetic moment alone fishing on a picturesque lake, "Da Boat," 2022, rendered in stitches and quilting, reminds us of times reconnecting with nature. Maria Tomasula contemplates our complex human make-up and relationship to nature in "River," 2017-18; while in oils by Alan Feltus and Paul Fenniak, dreamlike visions and questioning insights ignite springtime ideals of rebirth and personal growth.

Alyssa Monks, Clio Newton

Alyssa Monks | Clio Newton

January 18, 2024 - March 9, 2024
Forum Gallery presents a two-person exhibition of new and bold figurative works by Alyssa Monks (b. 1977) and Clio Newton (b. 1989). The two women are among today’s most influential, internationally-recognized artists. While each has a unique approach to her art, both artists employ formidable technique to portray a thoroughly contemporary sensibility.

William Beckman, Gregory Gillespie

William Beckman | Gregory Gillespie

November 16, 2023 - January 13, 2024
Forum Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of twenty-one paintings and drawings by William Beckman (b. 1942) and Gregory Gillespie (1936-2000), recognized as two of America’s most exceptional figurative painters of modern times. William Beckman and Gregory Gillespie shared the power to illuminate life through revelatory focus on its organized detail above and beneath the surface of the individual subject. Opening on Thursday, November 16, 2023, and continuing through Saturday, January 6, 2024, the exhibition celebrates their friendship and art with landmark works spanning seven decades.

Pablo Picasso

Picasso on Paper

September 28, 2023 - November 11, 2023
As the world commemorates fifty years since Pablo Picasso’s (1881-1973) death and remembers his unique contributions to art, Forum Gallery presents a special exhibition of prints and drawings curated for quality, originality, provenance, condition, and excellent value. Picasso on Paper opens on Thursday, September 28th, continuing through Saturday, November 11th, 2023. Spanning eight decades of Picasso’s creative expression, the exhibition will present more than thirty works spotlighting Picasso’s extraordinary early gift, his classical training, his enduring and vigorous artistic production, and his voracious appetite for experimentation in visual vocabulary and art-making techniques. Picasso treated drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture as equal conduits to his vision, revolutionizing traditional approaches to each in ways that would change forever the way we see and make art.

Steven Assael, William Beckman, Alan Feltus, Paul Fenniak, Alyssa Monks, Guillermo Munoz Vera, Clio Newton, Susan Hauptman, Raphael Soyer, Kent Bellows, Gregory Gillespie, Richard Maury, Jules Pascin, Philip Pearlstein, Nelson Shanks, Bill Vuksanovich

At First Blush

June 29, 2023 - September 23, 2023
New York, NY – Beginning June 29, 2023, Forum Gallery presents At First Blush, an exhibition of paintings and drawings, each of which is more than it first seems. These provocative works invite the viewer to create their own story and frame of reference for the subject the artist depicts. Something is happening, has just happened or is anticipated in every work, but that something is not explicit, it is up to us to define. Raphael Soyer’s Nude with Self-Portrait, 1961, the earliest work in the show, is about an artist and his model, but there’s more to it than just the fact he’s painting her; while Alyssa Monks’ Be Perfectly Still and Selective Perception, two of the most recent, both from 2021, exhibit psychologically charged expressions of the female experience. William Beckman’s Marseille (Bathers), 2017-23, imagines a relationship between two women that’s undefined while Steven Assael’s Susan with Dog, 1994, suggests a very different kind of relationship. Two women are again the subject of Philip Pearlstein’s masterful Two Models with Bedouin Rug, 1987; while Alan Feltus shows another, intimately personal, relationship in The Best of Times, 2007. These fully human, highly charged works may not have the same meaning to any two viewers, but everyone will bring their background, dreams and thoughts to each work. The clarity of Guillermo Munoz Vera’s Zara, 2017, in which a shopper shops while we observe from a distance, is matched by the opacity of Paul Fenniak’s Man with Collapsible Umbrella, 2012-13; and Offshore, 2011, that set scenes of dream-like mystery. Individual figures in With the Stones, 1999, one of Richard Maury’s most masterly paintings, and Woman on Red Background, 1967-68, by Gregory Gillespie, are shown in a context that compels imagination and presents intrigue. Arresting for the unapologetic directness of their subjects are Susan Hauptman’s Self-Portrait (La Perla #1), 2006; Kent Bellow’s Megan: October 1995, 1995; Bill Vuksanovich’s, Woman with a Scar, 2001; and Nelson Shanks’ Grace, 1996; while ambiguity is Clio Newton’s subject in Harper, 2019. Each work cries out for us to supply our personal narrative, a story we think of when we see the work. At First Blush will be on view from June 29 to September 23, 2023. Forum Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 10 AM to 5:30 PM, and closed Saturday and Sunday during June, July and August. You are invited to explore our Online Viewing Room for At First Blush here: ### Forum Gallery is located at 475 Park Avenue at 57th Street, New York, NY 10022. Please visit to view the entire exhibition online. The exhibition begins on June 29 and will be on view through September 23, 2023. Forum Gallery‘s summer hours are Monday through Friday, 10am to 5:30pm. The gallery is closed Saturdays, Sundays and holidays through the Labor day Weekend.

Rance Jones

Rance Jones: La Vida Brava - Cuba Today

April 27, 2023 - June 23, 2023
Forum Gallery is delighted to announce the second one-person exhibition for American watercolorist Rance Jones (b. 1965) at the gallery. The exhibition, La Vida Brava – Cuba Today, will open on April 27, 2023, continuing through June 23, 2023. Image: Rance Jones, "Calling," 2021, watercolor on paper, 32 x 25 inches

The Figure in Black and White

March 16, 2023 - April 22, 2023
Forum Gallery presents "The Figure in Black and White," an exhibition of expressive figurative paintings, works on paper and textiles in grayscale by more than thirty artists from Modernist to Contemporary. "The Figure in Black and White" will be on view at Forum Gallery from Thursday, March 16 through Saturday, April 22, 2023. Image: Fernand Leger, "Étude pour la Grande Tour," 1949, gouache, ink, oil, and pencil on paper, 32 x 22 inches

Tula Telfair: From a Distance

January 19, 2023 - March 11, 2023
From January 19 to March 11, 2023, Forum Gallery presents Tula Telfair: From a Distance, the eighth solo exhibition for the Artist at the gallery. For this exhibition, Telfair has created twenty-four oil on panel paintings in an intimate scale, a departure for the Artist best known for her grand-scale, heroic landscapes. In From a Distance, each 24 x 18 inch painting evokes the birds-eye view captured from an airplane window or a mountain peak. We see scenes of mysterious mountaintops and waterfalls veiled in mist, fiery volcanic eruptions, and haloed plains and valleys revealing the subtle curvature of the earth. Hauntingly familiar, these are invented vistas conjured by the Artist’s mind, portals inviting us to explore immersive and lush, natural worlds.

Michael C. Thorpe: 14 Years Old

November 10, 2022 - December 31, 2022
Forum Gallery presents 14 Years Old, the inaugural New York solo exhibition for Michael C. Thorpe. At just 28 years of age, Thorpe is an exciting young artist who has burst on to the art scene telling stories about his world expressed in quilts of colorful fabric, meandering stitching and printed canvas, in playful pencil and stitched drawings, and in surprising sculptural works. 14 Years Old will present thirty new works by Thorpe and continues through December 31, 2022. Thorpe came to quilting as an artistic vehicle connecting him to his bi-racial background. Quilting is a skill passed on intergenerationally by the matriarchs of Thorpe’s family who were part of the quilting community in New England. Thorpe’s subsequent discovery of the Gee’s Bend community of African American women quilters in Alabama offered the Artist deeper personal meaning in his chosen medium and a connection to his African American heritage.

Linden Frederick, Alan Magee


September 22, 2022 - November 5, 2022
The Maine Idea is an exhibition of works by Linden Frederick and Alan Magee whose distinct approaches capture the mystery, majesty and history of the place that’s fascinated artists for more than two centuries. Thomas Cole, Winslow Homer, George Bellows, John Marin, Marsden Hartley, Andrew Wyeth are just a handful of the many glorious painters who have found and explored the landscape, the people, the feeling of this unique State that is truly like none other. Today, Linden Frederick and Alan Magee, both born elsewhere, have lived and worked in and been inspired by Maine for decades.


June 24, 2022 - September 17, 2022
Forum Gallery presents Couplings, an exhibition about symbiotic relationships and connections between pairs of people, objects, and ideas. The exhibition, comprised of paintings, works on paper and sculpture, presents two exemplary works by each of eleven artists. Couplings is on view from Friday, June 24 through Saturday, September 17, 2022. Featuring works by Steven Assael, William Beckman, Claudio Bravo, Paul Fenniak, Gregory Gillespie, Chaim Gross, Alan Magee, Guillermo Munoz Vera, Clio Newton, Raphael Soyer, and Michael C. Thorpe.

Important Works of American Art

May 5, 2022 - June 18, 2022
Coinciding with American Art Week in New York City and The American Art Fair, Forum Gallery presents exceptional American paintings, drawings, and sculpture dating from the first half of the Twentieth Century to today.

Brian Rutenberg

Brian Rutenberg: Deeps of Peace

March 17, 2022 - April 30, 2022
From March 17 through April 30, 2022, Forum Gallery, New York, will present Deeps of Peace, an exhibition of new paintings by Brian Rutenberg. Color and memory combine and inspire the abstract paintings in the exhibition. While Brian Rutenberg (b. 1965) has probed and illuminated aspects of the landscape throughout his career, in Deeps of Peace he focuses on the feeling, motion and experience of his birthplace, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where the nearly pastoral beauty of the coastal lowlands meets the neon, architecture and attractions of the town itself.

Robert Bauer, Paul Fenniak, G. Daniel Massad, Anthony Mitri

Stillness of Life

January 27, 2022 - March 12, 2022
New York, NY – From January 27 to March 12, 2022, Forum Gallery presents the exhibition, Stillness of Life, comprising of recent works by four artists whose disparate subjects and media contrast with their related devotion to probing contemplation of all they examine. Celebrated for their meticulous execution, each artist on view evokes the infinite complexity of his subject in that space of observation and memory where time stands still.

Alyssa Monks

It's All Under Control

November 11, 2021 - January 22, 2022
New York, NY – From November 11, 2021 to January 8, 2022, Forum Gallery presents It’s All Under Control, an exhibition of new paintings by Brooklyn-based artist, Alyssa Monks. The Artist, whose psychologically-charged, figurative paintings have been exhibited in New York since 2006, is known for her bold, expressionistic portrayals of women as they experience the natural, contemporary world. Alyssa Monks’ TED talk has been viewed more than a million times, her paintings have been presented throughout the United States and in Europe, and her work was featured in the television series, The Americans (FX) throughout its sixth and final season. In the sixteen paintings on view, Alyssa Monks draws the viewer into the shifting, powerful emotions experienced during the past eighteen months when the wider world has suffered physical, emotional, and political disturbances unlike at any time in history. Compounding the complexity of the new works in the exhibition, from the smallest (12 x 18 inches) to the largest (62 x 90 inches), have been the acutely emotional, personal circumstances the Artist has faced during this time, events that have combined to propel Monks to turn to herself as the subject of a body of work that endeavors to make sense of troubled times. The Artist writes: At times, the recent global and national devastation, division, and so many disappointments felt like a surreal projection of my own mental states in the isolation of the last 18 months. I began to explore the human reliance on control and predictability, and how our deepest suffering comes from our attachment to security, virtue, identity, and the logic of cause and effect. The glass barrier in these paintings between subject and viewer is clouded with vapor that obscures and abstracts the subject. This barrier underlines the personal and community-wide preoccupation with virus-laden respiratory droplets and the isolation it creates. Some works are more ambiguous than others, amplifying the state of disorientation in the face of terrifying unfamiliarity. Each piece has its own, often-layered, strategy, voice and urgent plea. One of the most painful truths in life is that there are difficult events and circumstances that we cannot control or influence. Perhaps in accepting our limitations, and the often life-altering grief that goes along with them, we can find a greater authenticity of being, a sense of empathy, and an understanding that we are not quite so isolated after all. The paintings in this series paradoxically reveal our shared human experience as they describe private moments of distress. —Alyssa Monks Since receiving her MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2001, Monks' paintings have been the subject of numerous solo and group presentations including exhibitions at the Kunst Museum in Ahlen, Germany, The Bo Bartlett Center in Columbus, GA, and the National Academy Museum of Fine Arts, New York. Her work is represented in public and private collections, including the Savannah College of Art and Design Museum of Art, The Center for Contemporary Art, and the collections of Howard Tullman, Danielle Steele and Eric Fischl. Monks has been awarded the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant for Painting three times. It’s All Under Control is Alyssa Monks’ third one-person exhibition at Forum Gallery. ### Forum Gallery is located at 475 Park Avenue at 57th Street, New York, NY 10022. Forum Gallery is open to the public from Monday through Saturday, from 10am to 5:30pm. Please visit to view the entire exhibition online. The exhibition begins on November 11, 2021 and will be on view through January 8, 2022. Forum Gallery is pleased to greet all vaccinated visitors during our public hours, and provides hand sanitizer and face coverings, on request. We comply with New York laws and the protocols recommended by the US CDC. For press inquiries, please contact Marjorie Van Cura, 212-355-4545; For sales inquiries, please contact Nicola Lorenz, Executive Director or Marjorie Van Cura, Associate Director, 212-355-4545;

William Beckman

William Beckman: Five Decades of Self Portraits

September 23, 2021 - November 6, 2021

Group Show

That Eighties Show

July 15, 2021 - September 18, 2021
Robert Bauer, William Beckman, Alan Feltus, Alan Magee, Craig Mcpherson, Wade Schuman, Claudio Bravo, Susan Hauptman, David Levine, Raphael Soyer, Charles Biederman, Frederick Brosen, Francesco Clemente, Robert Cottingham, Gregory Gillespie, Red Grooms, Alex Katz, Jules Kirschenbaum, Michael Leonard, Joseph McNamara, Oleg Vassiliev, Tom Wesselmann, Andrew Wyeth

Group Exhibition

Then and Now: American Social Realism

May 13, 2021 - July 2, 2021
Steven Assael, Linden Frederick, Rance Jones, Alan Magee, Chaim Gross, David Levine, Raphael Soyer, Isabel Bishop, Aaron Bohrod, James H. Daugherty, Philip Evergood, Wood Gaylor, William Gropper, Robert Gwathmey, Joseph Hirsch, Jack Levine, Louis Lozowick, Reginald Marsh, Ben Shahn, Everett Shinn, John Storrs, Charles White

Group Show

Drawing inspiration

March 25, 2021 - May 8, 2021
Steven Assael, Robert Bauer, William Beckman, Rance Jones, Alan Magee, G. Daniel Massad, Craig Mcpherson, Anthony Mitri, Alyssa Monks, Guillermo Munoz Vera, Clio Newton, Brian Rutenberg, Maria Tomasula, Claudio Bravo, Susan Hauptman, Oscar Bluemner, Robert Cottingham, Carl Grossberg, Reginald Marsh, Elie Nadelman, Odd Nerdrum, Pablo Picasso, John Singer Sargent, Morton Livingston Schamberg, Joseph Stella, Abraham Walkowitz, Andrew Wyeth

Claudio Bravo

Claudio Bravo at Forum Gallery

January 14, 2021 - March 20, 2021

William Beckman | Alan Magee | Alyssa Monks

In Person

November 27, 2020 - January 9, 2021

Rance Jones

Rance Jones: The Lingering Revolution

October 1, 2020 - November 21, 2020

Group Show

FIRST IMPRESSIONS: New Works and New Acquisitions

August 6, 2020 - September 26, 2020
Steven Assael, Robert Bauer, William Beckman, Paul Fenniak, Linden Frederick, Rance Jones, Alan Magee, G. Daniel Massad, Alyssa Monks, Guillermo Munoz Vera, Clio Newton, Brian Rutenberg, Wade Schuman, Tula Telfair, Maria Tomasula, Raphael Soyer, Robert Cottingham, Abraham Walkowitz, Andrew Wyeth

Brian Rutenberg

Brian Rutenberg: The Pond

February 27, 2020 - July 31, 2020

Andrew Wyeth

Andrew Wyeth: Five Decades

January 16, 2020 - February 22, 2020

Xenia Hausner

November 14, 2019 - January 11, 2020

Clio Newton


September 26, 2019 - November 9, 2019

Person to Person

June 6, 2019 - September 21, 2019
Benny Andrews, Steven Assael, Bo Bartlett, Robert Bauer, William Beckman, Elaine de Kooning, Philip Evergood, Alan Feltus, Paul Fenniak, Walton Ford, Gregory Gillespie, Chaim Gross, Robert Gwathmey, Susan Hauptman, Xenia Hausner, Auguste Herbin, Bela Kadar, Jules Kirschenbaum, Kathe Kollwitz, David Levine, Reginald Marsh, Anthony Mitri, Alyssa Monks, Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Elie Nadelman, Clio Newton, Larry Rivers, Hugo Robus, Norman Rockwell, Brian Rutenberg, John Singer Sargent, Wade Schuman, Raphael Soyer, Ernst Thoms, Stephanie Wilde

Natural History

April 4, 2019 - May 18, 2019
Robert Bauer, Linden Frederick, Alan Magee, Alyssa Monks, Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Brian Rutenberg, Stephanie Wilde

Tula Telfair


February 7, 2019 - March 30, 2019

Landmarks of 20th Century American Art

November 8, 2018 - February 2, 2019
Alexander Archipenko, Robert Cottingham, Elaine de Kooning, Gregory Gillespie, Arshile Gorky, Chaim Gross, Stanton Macdonald-Wright, Elie Nadelman, Raphael Soyer, George Tooker

Alyssa Monks

Breaking Point

October 4, 2018 - November 3, 2018

Modern & Contemporary Collector's Opportunity

September 4, 2018 - September 29, 2018

There’s Still Life!

July 9, 2018 - August 24, 2018
Ivan Le Lorraine Albright, William Beckman, Ralston Crawford, James H. Daugherty, Charles Demuth, Preston Dickinson, Paul Fenniak, Edward Franklin Fisk, César Galicia, Raymond Han, Susan Hauptman, Bernard Karfiol, Walt Kuhn, Michael Leonard, Richard Hayley Lever, Louis Lozowick, Jane Lund, Alan Magee, Alfred H. Maurer, William Meyerowitz, Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Megan Rye, Joseph Stella, Paul Suttman, Max Weber, Stow Wengenroth, and Cybèle Young

Stephanie Wilde

Murder of Crows

May 31, 2018 - June 29, 2018

Guillermo Muñoz Vera

Analogies and Dichotomies

April 12, 2018 - May 25, 2018

Maria Tomasula

All the Breath We Can Hold

March 3, 2018 - April 7, 2018