Anita Rogers Gallery

Anita Rogers Gallery Anita Rogers Gallery is an art gallery in Soho, New York City that represents collectable emerging a

Anita Rogers Gallery is an art gallery in Soho, New York City that represents collectable emerging and mid-career artists.

We are open today 12/22 and tomorrow 12/23 10am-6pm as usual! We will be closed December 24-26 then reopen on the 27th a...
12/22/2023

We are open today 12/22 and tomorrow 12/23 10am-6pm as usual! We will be closed December 24-26 then reopen on the 27th at 10am! Intersections I featuring Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King will be on view through January 7.

Barbara Knight, Copper Crush, 2021, Corrugated cardboard, acrylic, glue, wire, wood, and hanging wire, 7 1/2” x 6 3/4” x 2 1/2”

                         

UPCOMING: Anita Rogers Gallery is pleased to present INTERSECTIONS II, a group exhibition featuring work by Stephen Beth...
12/21/2023

UPCOMING: Anita Rogers Gallery is pleased to present INTERSECTIONS II, a group exhibition featuring work by Stephen Bethel, Wm. Dilworth, Richard Keen III, and Grant Phillips. The exhibition will be on view January 10 through March 2 at 494 Greenwich Street, GFL in New York City. The gallery will host a reception on Wednesday, January 10, 6-8pm. Bethel, Dilworth, and Keen will be in attendance, as well as Phillips’ loved ones. Please RSVP to [email protected] to attend.

The exhibition will bring together four artists, each working with different materials and techniques, but united by their intuitive embrace of nature within their art. These artists’ works emerge from careful observation of and interaction with their environment, particularly the natural world.

This exhibition is dedicated to Grant Phillips (2000-2023), a promising young artist who we lost too soon. The gallery would like to thank the artist’s parents Linda and Martin Phillips for their help in putting this exhibition together.

Please visit our website for more information.

Top row:
Preview of Wm. Dilworth’s upcoming work
Richard Keen III, Form Singularity No. 251, 2021, Oil on shaped panel, 28” x 22” x 1 3/4”
Second row:
Grant Phillips, Forest, Oil on canvas, 22” x 22”
Stephen Bethel, Fire Carrier, 2022, Wood, plaster, and pigment, 60” x 32” x 8”

This drawing is one from a series by Gary Gissler made while under the influence of psychedelics. Several of these works...
12/19/2023

This drawing is one from a series by Gary Gissler made while under the influence of psychedelics. Several of these works are on view now as part of our current exhibition, INTERSECTIONS I, featuring works by Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight, and John McDevitt King.

2023-2024 HOLIDAY HOURS

CLOSED December 26
OPEN LATE January 5 (Open until 8pm)

Gary Gissler, C11H15NO2 #6, 2023, Gesso, acrylic, graphite on paper, 13” x 14”

                     

We are open until 6pm today 12/16 and are open as usual all of next week! We are open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am-6pm...
12/16/2023

We are open until 6pm today 12/16 and are open as usual all of next week! We are open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am-6pm. Stop by to view our current exhibition INTERSECTIONS I, a group exhibition featuring work by three New York City-based artists: Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight and John McDevitt King.

2023-2024 HOLIDAY HOURS

CLOSED December 26

OPEN LATE January 5 (Open until 8pm)

John McDevitt King, Evening in August, 2023, Encaustic on wood panel, 60” x 48”

                       

We are open until 8pm tonight, December 15! Stop by for an after-hours viewing of INTERSECTIONS I: Gary Gissler, Barbara...
12/15/2023

We are open until 8pm tonight, December 15! Stop by for an after-hours viewing of INTERSECTIONS I: Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King. We hope to see you tonight!

Above: Barbara Knight, Small Square #71 (Composition with Red + Green) 8.4.2023, Collage on paper, 7” x 7”

The exhibition includes six of Barbara Knight’s 7” x 7” squares made with materials found in Crete and NYC.

                         

"In the field of gemology, John McDevitt King has evaluated some of the world’s legendary gemstones, including the Hope ...
12/08/2023

"In the field of gemology, John McDevitt King has evaluated some of the world’s legendary gemstones, including the Hope Diamond. A specialty of his involves noting subtle variations in color, undetectable to most of us, as well as degrees of clarity and other qualities that factor into each stone’s evaluation. But before working with gems, John was a practicing artist. Over decades, as his professional expertise has been honed, his artmaking has evolved in tandem. The two are intertwined, creating an essential, sui generis dialogue that emerges in his artwork.

John perceives the way light is projected, filtered, or reflected, and how it clarifies or obstructs vision; gauges its ephemerality and opacity; and harnesses those perceptions for inspiration. How does he continue to find source material for subject matter? “More often, I start from something observed. That could be a fragment of a photo, something I see around me, direct observation… that goes through transitions as I being to work on it.”

Thank you to Susan Yung and Ephemeralist for sharing her thoughtful words on the work of . Read the full post by visiting the link in our stories today 12/8 or visiting the "News" Section of our website.

John McDevitt King's work is currently on view as part of Intersections I, our current three-person show, featuring Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight, and John McDevitt King.

John McDevitt King, By Barcelona, 2021, Colored pencil on paper, 15” x 11”

We are back! The gallery will resume our normal hours (Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm) today 12/7. We thank everyone for your...
12/07/2023

We are back! The gallery will resume our normal hours (Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm) today 12/7. We thank everyone for your patience while we were closed this last week - we look forward to seeing you again soon! Please note we have two late nights coming up - we will stay open until 8pm on December 15 and January 5.

Now on view: INTERSECTIONS I featuring Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez

During our closure this week, we are sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, we a...
12/06/2023

During our closure this week, we are sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, we are sharing images from our 2018 TAVERNA REBETIKA, a night of Traditional Rebetiko and Smyrnaiko. Pre-Covid, this was an annual tradition the gallery loved hosting; we hope to return to this tradition soon. Anita Rogers has a strong connection with Greece - she is the daughter of fine artist, Jack Martin Rogers; as a child, she travelled with her father for his work and was raised throughout Greece, Turkey, Italy, and England. Our Taverna Rebetika is a night of Greek music, food, wine and kefi for all!

We are featuring some of our other favorite memories in our story today 12/6! What are some of your favorite memories at Anita Rogers Gallery? We have many more to share and will be featuring more around the New Year - we’d love to feature your favorite moment!

Please note the gallery is CLOSED today, December 6. We will resume regular hours for our current exhibition INTERSECTIONS I tomorrow December 7. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you again tomorrow.

Photos by Rachel Kirby Photography

 

During our closure this week, we will be sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, ...
12/05/2023

During our closure this week, we will be sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, we are sharing images from our exhibition earlier this year Mark Rothko and William Scott: Continuing the Dialogue, and corresponding Discussion with Kate Rothko Prizel, Christopher Rothko & James Scott.

The exhibition included paintings and works on paper by two twentieth-century masters, offering new insight into their relationship and mutual admiration, influence, and respect. Large-scale works on canvas were complemented by preparatory drawings, as well as correspondence between the two artists. Mark Rothko (1903-1970), one of the most prominent of the American abstract painters, and William Scott CBE, RA (1913-1989), a leader in the Modernist movement in the UK, met in 1953 and consequently grew close through letters and visits.

In conjunction with the exhibition, the gallery published a full-color catalog featuring an essay by David Anfam, art historian and author of the catalogue raisonné Mark Rothko: The Works on Canvas, as well as writer and curator of Abstract Expressionism (Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2016-17) - the largest survey of its kind ever held in Europe. Email [email protected] to purchase a copy.

Please note the gallery is CLOSED through tomorrow December 6. We will resume regular hours for our current exhibition INTERSECTIONS I on December 7. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you again later this week.

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez.

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During our closure this week, we will be sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, ...
12/04/2023

During our closure this week, we will be sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, we are sharing photos from our 2019 William Scott solo exhibition. The exhibition included 1950’s – 1980’s paintings and drawings by British artist William Scott (1913-1989).

William Scott CBE, RA (1913-1989), acclaimed British artist of the Post-war generation was, together with Peter Lanyon and Patrick Heron, considered one of the giants of the Modernist movement in the UK.  Patrick Heron, who also doubled as ‘one of the finest art critics of the century’, wrote perceptively of Scott’s work. ‘It is the sensation of space and depth in a painted flatness,’ he explained in 1953, ‘that inspires much contemporary painting. Scott is a brilliant exponent of it.’

The exhibition was accompanied by a full color softcover catalog, featuring an essay on Scott’s work by David Anfam, writer and curator of Abstract Expressionism (Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2016-17) – the largest survey of its kind ever held in Europe. We have copies available; email [email protected] to order your copy.

Please note the gallery is CLOSED through December 6. We will resume regular hours for our current exhibition INTERSECTIONS I on December 7. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you again later this week.

During our closure this week, we are sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, we a...
12/03/2023

During our closure this week, we are sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, we are sharing photos from Sound to Sight, a special one-night-only event we hosted last year. In November 2022, we exhibited a series of CountMark drawings; the CountMark drawings are marks of days by Wm. Dilworth, counting people Wednesday through Saturday 12-3 & 3:30-6 pm at The New York Earth Room.

They are stories without words, distinguishing days. They are also maps of days, making time visible.

On November 20, 2022 Tyler Wilcox made the CountMark drawings hearable, bringing Sound to Sight, performing on the Ney at Anita Rogers Gallery.

We are happy to announce that we will once again show the work of Wm. Dilworth as part of our upcoming exhibition, INTERSECTIONS II, opening January 10.

Please note the gallery is CLOSED through December 6. We will resume regular hours for our current exhibition INTERSECTIONS I on December 7. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you again later this week.

During our closure this week, we will be sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, ...
12/02/2023

During our closure this week, we will be sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, we are sharing images from our 2018 Panel Discussion featuring Anita Rogers, Danika Druttman, and Lisa Small of the Brooklyn Museum. We hosted this event with and in our previous Greene Street location. The discussion was moderated by Alexandra Harper, Founder of Women of Culture, an organization that hosts events for those who believe in the power and necessity of the arts and community to build a better world.

The discussion took place during Virva Hinnemo’s solo exhibition, Four Feet.

The gallery is CLOSED through December 6. We will resume regular hours for our current exhibition INTERSECTIONS I on December 7. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you again next week.

Photos by Ashley Adele Photography.

During our closure this week, we will be sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, ...
12/01/2023

During our closure this week, we will be sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. Today, we are sharing images from our summer 2019 exhibition featuring films by James Scott and etchings by David Hockney.

“In choosing to illustrate these particular poems of Cavafy, David was also choosing the theme of homosexual love, which at the time was still a highly controversial subject. This film presented the possibility of following the intertwining paths that an artist follows, on one side, his craft and on the other, his own personal story. As Hockney says in the opening sequence, “I know more about love than I do about history.” Poetry and drama combined within what is ostensibly a ‘how-to’ film. Having followed the intricacies and techniques behind the making of an etching, the film ends with a sequence showing the fruits of his labour. As Hockney recites some of Cavafy’s poems in conjunction with his own illustrations, we become aware of the magic and beauty of Love’s Presentation, the title of the film.”

-James Scott

The gallery is CLOSED through December 6. We will resume regular hours for our current exhibition INTERSECTIONS I on December 7. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you again next week.

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez.

The gallery is CLOSED from November 30 through December 6. We will resume regular hours for our current exhibition INTER...
11/30/2023

The gallery is CLOSED from November 30 through December 6. We will resume regular hours for our current exhibition INTERSECTIONS I on December 7. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you again next week.

While we are closed, we will be sharing memories from some of our favorite past exhibitions and events. To start us off, we are sharing images from our winter 2017 exhibition, Odyssey, a selection of drawings and paintings by British painter Jack Martin Rogers (1943-2001) in our previous Greene Street space. Anita Rogers, the gallery’s owner and director, is the daughter of the artist and was raised across England, Turkey, Italy and Greece, countries that deeply influenced her father’s work. Anita now owns seventy-five percent of his estate. This was the artist’s first major solo exhibition in the U.S.

Photos by Rachel Kirby.

Please note the gallery will be closed November 30 - December 6. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Our ...
11/29/2023

Please note the gallery will be closed November 30 - December 6. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Our regular hours resume on December 7.

We are open today November 29 until 6pm.

2023-2024 HOLIDAY HOURS
OPEN LATE December 15 (Open until 8pm)
CLOSED December 26
OPEN LATE January 5 (Open until 8pm)

Above photos from the opening reception of INTERSECTIONS I: Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King are on our website under ‘Events’.

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez.

We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We are open today, Saturday, November 25 until 6pm. Please note the galle...
11/25/2023

We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We are open today, Saturday, November 25 until 6pm. Please note the gallery has an upcoming closure from November 30 - December 6 then will resume our regular hours for the rest of December, with the exception of December 26 (closed).

INTERSECTIONS I features work by Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King.

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez

John McDevitt King’s encaustic paintings are on view now in the gallery, along with pencil drawings on paper. Our curren...
11/22/2023

John McDevitt King’s encaustic paintings are on view now in the gallery, along with pencil drawings on paper. Our current exhibition INTERSECTIONS I features the work of three artists: Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King. The show will be on view through the New Year - our holiday hours are listed below.

Encaustic painting, or hot wax painting, is an ancient method, one that was used by ancient Greek and Egyptian artists as far back as the 1st century.

Swipe for a detail of King’s painting “Evening in August” (2023, Encaustic on wood panel, 60” x 48”)

HOLIDAY HOURS

CLOSED November 23-24

OPEN 11am - 6pm on Saturday, November 25

CLOSED November 30 - December

CLOSED December 26

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez

We are open today 11/21 and tomorrow 11/22! Please view our full holiday hours below.HOLIDAY HOURSCLOSED November 23-24O...
11/21/2023

We are open today 11/21 and tomorrow 11/22! Please view our full holiday hours below.

HOLIDAY HOURS

CLOSED November 23-24
OPEN 11am - 6pm on Saturday, November 25
CLOSED November 30 - December 6
CLOSED December 26

INTERSECTIONS I features works by Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King. On view through the New Year at 494 Greenwich Street in downtown NYC.

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez.

“John has made drawing a primary mode of expression, creating a particular visual universe. His imagery draws on a commo...
11/18/2023

“John has made drawing a primary mode of expression, creating a particular visual universe. His imagery draws on a common thread of collective memory, yet at the same time remains resolutely personal, an uncommon combination...

Its great strength is that we remain unsure of exactly what we are looking at; we are convinced that we know it, searching our memory for context, seduced by its haunting familiarity. Yet it offers no certainty, just a searching and questioning for something that contains no fixed answer.”

-Fran Kaufman, NYC, January 2015

John McDevitt King, Point of View, 2016, Black lead, colored pencil on paper, 30” x 24”

On view at 494 Greenwich Street in NYC through the New Year.

“I collect material from walks around the city wherever I am, mainly NYC or Chania, Crete, my summer studio from 2011 on...
11/17/2023

“I collect material from walks around the city wherever I am, mainly NYC or Chania, Crete, my summer studio from 2011 on. The urban environment is ideal for collecting. If a piece attracts me, I pick it up, no matter where it’s from or where I find it. It’s the energy, the charge that draws me. How I juxtapose various fragments with each other is the mystery of the work — they assume a transformed energy together, whether applied to large collages, small squares, fragments or shaped works.”

-Barbara Knight, Some Thoughts On Cardboard

Learn more about Barbara Knight and read her essay “Some Thoughts On Cardboard” by visiting our website or clicking the link in our bio today 11/17.

Barbara Knight, Texas Tough, 2022, Paper, acrylic, found paper on corrugated cardboard with honeycomb cardboard shellacked support, 40 1/2” x 23” x 1 1/4”

“These paintings, most 6 x 4 feet, employ classic collage techniques, relying on a breadth of simple materials - ink, pa...
11/16/2023

“These paintings, most 6 x 4 feet, employ classic collage techniques, relying on a breadth of simple materials - ink, paper, bits of linen, mylar, graphite, tape, and most prevalently text. Language is culled from an array of sources, often cut directly from books or transcribed on a manual typewriter. In the most formal sense of painting, these materials are conceptually driven content, while simultaneously serving as a method of highly considered mark-making.”

-Gary Gissler

The work on the left features Freudian slips taken from analytic sessions while the work on the right highlights lyrics from Bob Dylan’s “it’s alright, ma (I’m only bleeding)”. These works, along with others from this series, are on view now at 494 Greenwich Street in NYC as part of our 3-person exhibition INTERSECTIONS I: Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King. Swipe to see detail images.

Gary Gissler, slips, 2015, oil, ink on canvas, 60” x 48”

Gary Gissler, it’s alright, ma (I’m only bleeding), 2016, paper, ink on gessoed panel 60” x 48”

Photos from last Wednesday’s opening reception for INTERSECTIONS I featuring work by Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John...
11/15/2023

Photos from last Wednesday’s opening reception for INTERSECTIONS I featuring work by Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King are now online. Find the images at the link in our stories today 11/15 or under the “Events” tab on our website. Thank you to everyone who came out for celebrate this show - what a special evening! The exhibition will be on view through the New Year.

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez.

INTERSECTIONS I featuring works by Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King. On view now through the New Year a...
11/14/2023

INTERSECTIONS I featuring works by Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King. On view now through the New Year at 494 Greenwich Street in downtown NYC. We are open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm; be sure to check our website for holiday closures. We hope to see you soon!

Photos from the opening reception and installation photos will be shared on our website tomorrow 11/15.

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez.

Thank you to everyone who came out last night to celebrate INTERSECTIONS I, a 3-person show highlighting the work of Gar...
11/09/2023

Thank you to everyone who came out last night to celebrate INTERSECTIONS I, a 3-person show highlighting the work of Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight, and John McDevitt King. What a wonderful evening! The show will be on view through the New Year; be sure to check our website for holiday closures.

See you TONIGHT! We are closed during the day today as we put the finishing touches on INTERSECTIONS I, a 3-person show ...
11/08/2023

See you TONIGHT! We are closed during the day today as we put the finishing touches on INTERSECTIONS I, a 3-person show highlighting the work of , and . We invite you to join us tonight, November 8, 6-8pm, for a reception with the artists. RSVP to [email protected]. We hope to see you there!

11/08/2023
Anita Rogers Gallery is pleased to present INTERSECTIONS I, a group exhibition featuring work by three New York City-bas...
11/07/2023

Anita Rogers Gallery is pleased to present INTERSECTIONS I, a group exhibition featuring work by three New York City-based artists: Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight and John McDevitt King. The exhibition will be on view November 8, 2023 through January 6, 2024 at 494 Greenwich Street, GFL in New York City. The gallery will host a reception with the artists tomorrow Wednesday, November 8, 6-8pm. Please RSVP to [email protected] to attend.

John McDevitt King, Kings County, 2022, Colored pencil on paper, 28 1/2” x 20 1/2”

Anita Rogers Gallery is pleased to present INTERSECTIONS I, a group exhibition featuring work by three New York City-bas...
11/07/2023

Anita Rogers Gallery is pleased to present INTERSECTIONS I, a group exhibition featuring work by three New York City-based artists: Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight and John McDevitt King. The exhibition will be on view November 8, 2023 through January 6, 2024 at 494 Greenwich Street, GFL in New York City. The gallery will host a reception with the artists on Wednesday, November 8, 6-8pm. Please RSVP to [email protected] to attend.

Barbara Knight, Nite Games, 2020, Paper on corrugated board with honeycomb board supports and d-hooks, 16 1/4” x 30” x 3/5”

Anita Rogers Gallery is pleased to present INTERSECTIONS I, a group exhibition featuring work by three New York City-bas...
11/06/2023

Anita Rogers Gallery is pleased to present INTERSECTIONS I, a group exhibition featuring work by three New York City-based artists: Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight and John McDevitt King. The exhibition will be on view November 8, 2023 through January 6, 2024 at 494 Greenwich Street, GFL in New York City. The gallery will host a reception with the artists on Wednesday, November 8, 6-8pm. Please RSVP to [email protected] to attend.

Gary Gissler, her + her, 2016, Linen, oil, typewriter ink on panel, 60” x 48” x 2”

TODAY 11/1 is the last day to view Henry Mandell’s solo exhibition SUPERUNKNOWN. We are open until 6pm today.Photos by J...
11/01/2023

TODAY 11/1 is the last day to view Henry Mandell’s solo exhibition SUPERUNKNOWN. We are open until 6pm today.

Photos by Jon-Paul Rodriguez.

“I’ve been working on a new electronic cash system that’s fully peer-to-peer, with no trusted third party...”-Satoshi Na...
10/31/2023

“I’ve been working on a new electronic cash system that’s fully peer-to-peer, with no trusted third party...”

-Satoshi Nakamoto

Today is the 15th anniversary of the Bitcoin White Paper. Henry Mandell’s SATOSHI’S GARDEN series of paintings pays tribute to the paper by transforming the text’s letters, line by line, digitally into abstract paintings (pictured above).

The Satoshi’s Garden paintings depict looping vortexes of chimerical limbs and primeval roots; strange forms that seem to overrun the thresholds of cognition and formation. A growing living network inspired by mycelium. The paintings are composed from the text of the Bitcoin White Paper. No one knows who Satoshi Nakamoto is. He, She, It or They authored the Bitcoin White Paper. The paper solved the problems of establishing an internet-based platform for conducting financial transactions without banks via a ‘blockchain’ of growing code that lives on thousands of networked computers worldwide mimicking the Wood Wide Web of living plants. Within the Wood Wide Web, actual living root systems are connected by mycelium fungi. They are completely mysterious, and how they work to nourish every living plant in the wild is beyond our understanding.

Image: Henry Mandell, Satoshi’s Garden 010D, 2023, UV polymer on linen, 52” x 50.5”

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Tomorrow 11/1 is the final day to view Henry Mandell’s solo exhibition,SUPERUNKNOWN. We are open 10am-6pm today and tomo...
10/31/2023

Tomorrow 11/1 is the final day to view Henry Mandell’s solo exhibition,
SUPERUNKNOWN. We are open 10am-6pm today and tomorrow. The works in the exhibition are based on source text, including poetry by Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman.

Henry Mandell, Plumb 20 [Leaves Of Grass], 2020,  uv polymer on aluminum, 63” x 52.5”

source: poems by Walt Whitman

As I ebb’d with the ocean of life,
As I wended the shores I know,
As I walk’d where the ripples continually wash you Paumanok,
Where they rustle up hoarse and sibilant,
Where the fierce old mother endlessly cries for her castaways,
I musing late in the autumn day, gazing off southward,
Held by this electric self out of the pride of which I utter poems,
Was seiz’d by the spirit that trails in the lines underfoot,
The rim, the sediment that stands for all the
water and all the land of the globe.

TODAY 10/28 is the last Saturday to view Henry Mandell’s solo exhibition, SUPERUNKNOWN. The show will be on view through...
10/28/2023

TODAY 10/28 is the last Saturday to view Henry Mandell’s solo exhibition, SUPERUNKNOWN. The show will be on view through November 1. We are open 10am-6pm today, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Attention Hudson Square Trick or Treaters: the gallery will hand out candy 4-6pm on Tuesday, October 31. Happy Halloween!

Henry Mandell, Noetic 205, 2023, UV polymer on aluminum, 42” round 

We are open until 8pm tonight 10/27! Don’t miss the final days to view Henry Mandell’s SUPERUNKNOWN. The show will be on...
10/27/2023

We are open until 8pm tonight 10/27! Don’t miss the final days to view Henry Mandell’s SUPERUNKNOWN. The show will be on view through November 1. We are open today until 8pm and 10am-6pm tomorrow, Tuesday and Wednesday.

UP NEXT: INTERSECTIONS IFeaturing Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt KingOpening Reception on Wednesday, Novem...
10/26/2023

UP NEXT: INTERSECTIONS I
Featuring Gary Gissler, Barbara Knight & John McDevitt King

Opening Reception on Wednesday, November 8, 6-8pm

RSVP to [email protected]

Our current exhibition, Henry Mandell: SUPERUNKNOWN will be on view through November 1. We will be closed November 2-8 for installation; we will reopen at 6pm on November 8.

Top Row (left to right):

Gary Gissler, her + her, 2016, Linen, oil, typewriter ink on panel, 60” x 48” x 2”
Barbara Knight, Small Square #71 (Composition with Red + Green), 2023, Collage on paper, 7” x 7”
John McDevitt King, Outside In, 2021, Graphite, black lead on paper, 26” x 22 1/2”

Bottom Row (left to right):
Gary Gissler, C11H15NO2 #6, 2023, Gesso, acrylic, graphite on paper, 13” x 14”
Barbara Knight, Nite Games, 2020, Paper on corrugated board with honeycomb board supports and d-hooks, 16 1/4” x 30” x 3/5”
John McDevitt King, Behind My Back, 2014, Graphite on paper, 22” x 30”

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