Fergus McCaffrey

Fergus McCaffrey Official Fergus McCaffrey page. An internationally recognized post-war and contemporary art
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Founded in 2006, Fergus McCaffrey is internationally recognized for its groundbreaking role in promoting the work of postwar Japanese artists, as well as a quality roster of select contemporary European and American artists. Fergus McCaffrey’s rigorous, thoughtful approach is marked by a commitment to discovery, often presenting the work of artists previously unrepresented or misrepresented. Dubli

n-born founder Fergus McCaffrey has been instrumental in introducing postwar Japanese art to a Western market, including Natsuyuki Nakanishi, and Gutai artists Sadamasa Motonaga and Kazuo Shiraga. The gallery also exhibits the work of seminal Western artists, including Jack Early, Marcia Hafif, Birgit Jürgenssen, and Richard Nonas.

Fergus McCaffrey is pleased to announce participation in the 2024 edition of Art Basel. Open to the public Thursday, Jun...
06/06/2024

Fergus McCaffrey is pleased to announce participation in the 2024 edition of Art Basel. Open to the public Thursday, June 13 through Sunday, June 16, 2024, we are located at Booth C4.

We are delighted to present a selection of works by Leiko Ikemura, Kathleen Jacobs, Akira Kanayama, Sadamasa Motonaga, Reinhard Pods, Park Seo-bo, Shozo Shimamoto, Kazuo Shiraga, Chiyu Uemae, Paul Wallach, Co Westerik, Toshio Yoshida, and Jiro Yoshihara.

Sadamasa Motonaga
From Black Lines, 1981
Acrylic on canvas
51 1/8 x 63 3/4 inches (130 x 162 cm)
© The Estate of Sadamasa Motonaga, Courtesy Fergus McCaffrey

For availability and price inquiries, please contact [email protected]

Currently on view in New York – Tatsuo IkedaMay 6th - July 26th, 2024Tatsuo IkedaUntitled, 1957Ink and watercolor on pap...
06/05/2024

Currently on view in New York – Tatsuo Ikeda
May 6th - July 26th, 2024

Tatsuo Ikeda
Untitled, 1957
Ink and watercolor on paper
14 3/8 x 10 1/4 inches (36.4 x 26.2 cm)

From the One Hundred Masks series, 1960-61
Pen, Conté, and watercolor on paper, mounted on board
16 1/8 x 12 5/8 x 7/8 inches (41 x 32 x 2.3 cm)

From the One Hundred Masks series, 1959
Pen, Conté, and watercolor on paper, mounted on board
14 3/4 x 11 1/4 x 7/8 inches (37.5 x 28.7 x 2.3 cm)

Birds and Beasts Chronicle, an Extra Edition: Mask Bird, 1958
Pen, Conté and watercolor on paper
15 1/8 x 10 1/4 inches (38.5 x 26 cm)

Currently on view in New York – Tatsuo IkedaMay 6th - July 26th, 2024Tatsuo IkedaEmbrasure, 2005Pen, Conté, and watercol...
05/31/2024

Currently on view in New York – Tatsuo Ikeda
May 6th - July 26th, 2024

Tatsuo Ikeda
Embrasure, 2005
Pen, Conté, and watercolor on paper
13 7/8 x 9 5/8 inches (35.2 x 24.3 cm)

Falling Things, 1987
Ink and watercolor on paper
18 x 12 1/4 inches (45.9 x 31.1 cm)

Field Phase: Waftage No. 4, 2006
Acrylic on paper
15 3/4 x 12 1/8 inches (40 x 30.8 cm)

“In 1960, the struggle against the renewal on Anpo (U.S.-Japan Security Treaty) reached a historic scale, supported by a majority of the Japanese people. Yet, the movement failed to stop the treaty’s renewal. Ikeda, who ardently supported the protest, had to contend with this setback. He later recounted that this failure ‘decisively expanded the distance between art and politics within me.’ The setback in both art and politics caused in Ikeda a fatal, irreconcilable fissure between society and himself, making it difficult for him to continue to create works with social themes as before...Ikeda’s gaze, by then outwardly directed, now shifted to examine the human existence and his interiority.”

Ikeda Tatsuo: An Elliptical Visionary - The Present Tense of Postwar Art, Grambooks, Tokyo, 2018, pg. 74.

  Opening Today – Kathleen Jacobs  “LUMEN” at Galerie Karsten Greve in Paris. The show will open on September 7, 2023 fr...
09/07/2023

Opening Today – Kathleen Jacobs “LUMEN” at Galerie Karsten Greve in Paris. The show will open on September 7, 2023 from 6 - 8 pm.

"My work is born from the collaboration between the trees, the natural environment, and myself, but it’s not about trees; they are abstract paintings. The lines and patterns are important, nothing more, nothing less."

Image: Kathleen Jacobs, LUMEN, 2021, oil on linen. Photo: Lisa Vollmer

Opening tomorrow – Tatsuo Ikeda Retrospective, Asobi Tatakau Artist (The artist who fights and plays)Saga Prefectural Mu...
09/05/2023

Opening tomorrow – Tatsuo Ikeda Retrospective, Asobi Tatakau Artist (The artist who fights and plays)
Saga Prefectural Museum
September 6 – October 29, 2023
Further info under the link below and in our stories.
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あそび、たたかうアーティスト 池田龍雄
佐賀県立美術館
2023年9月6日(水)〜10月29日(日)
https://saga-museum.jp/museum/exhibition/limited/2023/07/004239.html
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Image: 池田龍雄 / Tatsuo Ikeda
1976年
BRAHMAN 第2章 宇宙卵 / BRAHMAN Chapter 2: Cosmic Egg
紙、アクリル / Acrylic on paper
15 ½ x 16 inches (39.5 x 50.5 cm)
©Estate of Tatsuo Ikeda
Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey
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#池田龍雄

Starting from Friday, August 11, our gallery in Tokyo will be closed for summer holidays until August 17. Our current dr...
08/08/2023

Starting from Friday, August 11, our gallery in Tokyo will be closed for summer holidays until August 17. Our current drawing exhibition “Seeing without a Seer” is on view until September 16, 2023.

8月11日から8月17日まで東京のギャラリーは夏季休業とさせていただきます。現在開催中の「Seeing without a Seer」ドローイング展は9月16日までやっております。

On view in New York – Anna Conway, Rao Fu, Leiko Ikemura, Demarco Mosby and Patrick Hall on display at Fergus McCaffrey ...
07/28/2023

On view in New York – Anna Conway, Rao Fu, Leiko Ikemura, Demarco Mosby and Patrick Hall on display at Fergus McCaffrey New York.
The exhibition will be held until August 11, 2023. Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10AM – 6PM
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Images: Installation view of Anna Conway, Rao Fu, Leiko Ikemura, Demarco Mosby, Patrick Hall at Fergus McCaffrey , July 2023
Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey
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Kazuo Shiraga  featured in  – The ARTnews Guide to Performance Art, Part 2: 1950s to the PresentBetween 1900 and 2000, p...
07/11/2023

Kazuo Shiraga featured in – The ARTnews Guide to Performance Art, Part 2: 1950s to the Present
Between 1900 and 2000, performance art evolved from a fringe practice to a global divertissement. Its history divides into two periods: the first half of the 20th century, when performative practices by the avant-garde weren’t formally categorized as art, and the postwar era, when they eventually were. Moreover, these activities were confined largely to Europe and America before spreading worldwide after 1950.

In Japan, the artists of the Gutai Art Association (founded in 1954) made physicality central to their art, as evinced by the movement’s name, a contraction of the Japanese words for “tool” and “body.” Two notable Gutai figures worked with canvases on the floor: Kazuo Shiraga, who swung from a rope to apply thick swirls of pigment with his feet; and Shimamoto Shozo, who fired paintballs with a handmade cannon and threw pigment-filled bottles to create explosive splatter patterns. Another member of the group, Atsuko Tanaka, fashioned one of Gutai’s best-known works: Electric Dress (1956), a wearable amalgam of light bulbs and fluorescent tubes painted in primary colors that resembled an Atomic Age kimono.

Read more on www.artnews.com click the link in our stories

“ABSTRACTION – The Genesis and Evolution of Abstract Painting” at Artizon Museum, Tokyo features Rita Ackermann, Sadamas...
07/06/2023

“ABSTRACTION – The Genesis and Evolution of Abstract Painting” at Artizon Museum, Tokyo features Rita Ackermann, Sadamasa Motonaga, Saburo Murakami, Fujiko Shiraga, Kazuo Shiraga and Jiro Yoshihara, among many other great abstract painters from 20th century to today. The show runs through August 20th. For more information visit www.artizon.museum.
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アーティゾン美術館(東京)で開催中「ABSTRACTION – 抽象絵画の覚醒と展開」展にて、リタ・アッカーマン、元永定正、村上三郎、白髪富士子、白髪一雄、吉原治良ほか、20世紀から現代までの重要な抽象画家による作品が一堂に公開中。8月20日まで。詳しい情報はこちら www.artizon.museum.
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Images: Exhibition view of ABSTRACTION - The Genesis and Evolution of Abstract Painting at Artizon Museum, 2023
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Opening today in Tokyo ー   is delighted to announce the opening of Seeing without a Seer, a drawing exhibition by 8 arti...
07/05/2023

Opening today in Tokyo ー is delighted to announce the opening of Seeing without a Seer, a drawing exhibition by 8 artists: Joe Bradley; Cecily Brown; Sam Francis Marcia Hafif; Natsuyuki Nakanishi; Brice Marden Cy Twombly; and Jiro Yoshihara.

The eminent Japanese philosopher Kitaro Nishida (1870 – 1945) devoted his career to exploring and expanding upon the Christian-infused Western metaphysical tradition by adopting a Buddhist perspective on explorations of consciousness. Nishida often spoke about the phenomenon of Seeing without a Seer to touch upon the ‘pure experience’ of nothingness, when rational thought and self-consciousness have been negated so that the creators’ authority submits to a new openness.

Drawing is often considered to be the most direct and unmediated expression of an artist’s hand and mind, and successive generations of Eastern and Western artists have adopted different mental strategies and physical practices to access unfamiliar creative territory. From Twombly’s left-handed drawings to Nakanishi’s two-meter-long drawing stick; Seeing without a Seer reflects upon three generations of artists stripping away at familiarity in the pursuit something new.
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本日オープンー 東京は8人のアーティスト(ジョー・ブラッドリー、セシリー・ブラウン、サム・フランシス、マーシャ・ハフィフ、中西夏之、ブライス・マーデン、サイ・トゥオンブリー、吉原治良)によるドローイング展「Seeing without a Seer」を開催致します。

日本の重要な哲学者である西田幾多郎(1870 – 1945)は仏教の視点を取り入れて自我を考察しながら、キリスト教に根付いた西洋の形而上学的伝統の探求と拡張に生涯を捧げました。西田は度々、合理的思考と自意識を取り払うことで作家の権威が新たな境地に服従し、無の純粋経験に到達する「見るものなくして見る(Seeing without a Seer)」という現象について語っています。

ドローイングはしばしば、作家の手と意識が最も直接的に繋がる表現と考えられ、西東洋を問わず、世代を超えアーティスト達は様々な意識と物理的な手法を用い、未開の創造的な領域に足を踏み入れようとしてきました。サイ・トゥオンブリーの左手のドローイング、2メートルの柄の筆で描かれる中西のドローイングにも通ずるような、慣れ親しまれた方法を離れ、新たな地平を追求した3世代のアーティストを紹介します。
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Images: Exhibition views of ‘Seeing without a Seer’ at Fergus McCaffrey Tokyo, 2023.
Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey
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5月20日まで東京スペースにて個展を開催していたテリー・ウィンタース  のインタビュー記事が、美術手帖7月号に掲載されています。雑誌詳細はこちら https://bijutsu.press/books/5158/ -An interview...
06/26/2023

5月20日まで東京スペースにて個展を開催していたテリー・ウィンタース のインタビュー記事が、美術手帖7月号に掲載されています。雑誌詳細はこちら 
https://bijutsu.press/books/5158/
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An interview article on Terry Winters whose solo exhibition at Fergus McCaffrey Tokyo just closed last month, is on the new July issue of Bijutsutecho magazine. For details https://bijutsu.press/books/5158/
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  -  and  -Opening tomorrow - Leiko Ikemura: Motion of Love24 June - 24 Sep, 2023Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, Netherlands...
06/23/2023

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Opening tomorrow - Leiko Ikemura: Motion of Love
24 June - 24 Sep, 2023
Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, Netherlands

Opening: Saturday, 24 June, 2023
16:00 pm Schouwburg Odeon, Blijmarkt 25, Zwolle
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個展「イケムラレイコ:モーション・オブ・ラブ」
会期:2023年6月24日ー9月24日
会場:デ・フンダーティ美術館(ズウォレ、オランダ)

オープニング:2023年6月24日(土)16時
会場:Schouwburg Odeon, Blijmarkt 25, Zwolle
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#イケムラレイコ

On view now – Brian Maguire Law of the Land at KUNSTHALL 3,14 @ kunsthall314 The exhibition law of the land presents a s...
06/20/2023

On view now – Brian Maguire Law of the Land at KUNSTHALL 3,14 @ kunsthall314

The exhibition law of the land presents a selection of paintings from two of Brian Maguire’s recent bodies of work: Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (M&MIP), and The Remains, Arizona. Both series depict scenes of murdered or missing individuals, representing the voices of marginalized groups whose stories are not widely disseminated. Across the USA, indigenous peoples and immigrants struggle with high rates of assault, abduction, and murder. […] Brian Maguire reacts to this violence by memorializing the victims and sharing their fates with the public. His investment in social activism stems from his involvement in the civil rights movement of Northern Ireland in the 1970s. Since the very beginning of his artistic career, Maguire has approached painting as an act of solidarity, drawing him to marginalized people and alternative spaces such as prisons, women’s shelters, and psychiatric institutions.
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The exhibition will be on view until 27.08.2023 in Bergen, Norway.

Opening hours:
Tue-Sun: 12-17
Thursdays: 12-19
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Image: BRIAN MAGUIRE “Arizona 6” (2021), Acrylic on canvas, 140 x 200 x 5 cm
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A look at our 2023 presentation at  Basel. Join us this week at Booth C4!-We hope to see you soon!-Images: Installation ...
06/14/2023

A look at our 2023 presentation at Basel. Join us this week at Booth C4!
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We hope to see you soon!
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Images: Installation views of Booth C4 at Basel, June 2023
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The participation of Fergus McCaffrey is supported by the Agency of Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan
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#文化庁

On May 29, 2023 the Wunderblut Chapel in Prignitz, Germany celebrated the inauguration of new, redesigned cathedral wind...
06/09/2023

On May 29, 2023 the Wunderblut Chapel in Prignitz, Germany celebrated the inauguration of new, redesigned cathedral windows by Leiko Ikemura. Built in the late middle-ages, the church was a cross point for pilgrims traveling through Europe and has a long history of destruction, rebuilding and extending its space through new structures. Next to the church's antiques, painted doors, windows and church lights from the 14th and 15th century, Leiko Ikemura’s windows radiate in strong colors and fill the space with warm light. The visual theme of Ikemura's work reflects the history of this place of worship – the fires of destruction in the middle ages and the churches relation with the miracle of the “Bleeding Host” which it was named after.
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Image: HARTKOPF denk mal architektur .denk.mal
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Tomoko Konoike .official at the National Art Center  for Roppongi Art Night  last weekend. Some of her works and sketche...
06/02/2023

Tomoko Konoike .official at the National Art Center for Roppongi Art Night last weekend.

Some of her works and sketches will be on view at Gallery MoMo
Exhibition period and opening hours:

May 23 – June 24, 2023
12:00 – 19:00 (closed on Sundays, Mondays and national holidays)

Talk event on June 24, 15:00 – 17:00
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先週末の六本木アートナイト、国立新美術館に展示された鴻池朋子の作品です。

現在、ギャラリーモモ六本木が「鴻池朋子のストラクチャー」展を開催しています。普段見ることができない鴻池の作品や展覧会の構造が垣間見える構想スケッチや作業映像などがご覧になれます。

開催期間:2023年5月23日(火)- 6月24日(土)
営業時間:12 : 00 - 19 : 00 日曜・月曜・祝日休み

6/24(土)15:00-17:00
朗読会とトーク
入場無料・予約不要
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#鴻池朋子

  - Opening soon—Minimalism and Its Afterimage will be on view from Thursday, June 8 through August 11, 2023 at 509 West...
05/30/2023

- Opening soon—Minimalism and Its Afterimage will be on view from Thursday, June 8 through August 11, 2023 at 509 West 27th Street.

Curated by Jim Jacobs and Mark Rosenthal, the exhibition explores the legacy of Minimalism as it reverberates through various practices in the decades since its inception. Bringing together nineteen works by nineteen artists, produced in a variety of media and spanning seven decades, Minimalism and Its Afterimage demonstrates the ascendancy imparted by Minimalism’s major contributions to the art historical canon. A fully-illustrated catalogue featuring a new essay by curator Mark Rosenthal will be available for purchase via Kasmin Books in Summer 2023.

Minimalism and Its Afterimage features important works by Larry Bell, Liz Deschenes, Dan Flavin, Frank Gerritz, Marcia Hafif, Peter Halley, Ralph Humphrey, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Jonathan Lasker, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Robert Mangold, John McCracken, Howardena Pindell, Fred Sandback, Jan Schoonhoven, Sturtevant, and Christopher Wilmarth.

Learn more at kasmingallery.com.

Image: Marcia Hafif, 27., June 1963, lacquer on canvas, 78 3/4 x 78 3/4 inches. © Estate of Marcia Hafif

Remembering Richard Nonas  on the day of his passing two years ago with images of his exhibition “As Light Through Fog” ...
05/11/2023

Remembering Richard Nonas on the day of his passing two years ago with images of his exhibition “As Light Through Fog” held from April last year at Fergus McCaffrey New York.
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“I place my sculpture, I mean to say, to shape our shifting pasts. – I place it as history in a world that slips away.”
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On view in New York through July 1, 2023 –  Patrick Hall: A Living Earth-Four large paintings are at the heart of the of...
05/10/2023

On view in New York through July 1, 2023 – Patrick Hall: A Living Earth
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Four large paintings are at the heart of the of the exhibition: Wound, White Stone, and Two Stones from 2019, plus a related painting titled Nowhere ending cloud, 2014. These will be presented alongside sixteen ink and watercolors made between 2003-23. These works are accompanied by two early paintings Love Leaving the Heart of Man, 1958 and Sun 1958-59; while the painting Lover of Horses (Phil), 1981, is exhibited alongside two watercolors Angels from 2014 and Backside, 1988 in the drawings gallery. Collectively, the exhibition brings together more than sixty years of work.

Special thanks to for their support.
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Image: Installation view of Patrick Hall: A Living Earth at Fergus McCaffrey , May 2023
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Rao Fu  “Abyss II” 2021-2022, oil on canvas, 86 3/5 x 165 2/5 inches (220 x 420 cm)-Installation view of ‘Rao Fu: Dresde...
05/06/2023

Rao Fu “Abyss II” 2021-2022, oil on canvas, 86 3/5 x 165 2/5 inches (220 x 420 cm)
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Installation view of ‘Rao Fu: Dresden’ at Fergus McCaffrey, New York, 2022. Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey
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Fergus McCaffrey is delighted to present an exhibition of paintings and works on paper by visionary Irish artist Patrick...
05/01/2023

Fergus McCaffrey is delighted to present an exhibition of paintings and works on paper by visionary Irish artist Patrick Hall (b. 1935). Hall has lived in the wind-swept County Sligo, Ireland for almost fifty years, working with an agitated profundity. His work reflects a lifetime of learning and the wisdom that comes from experience, as well as a certain sadness that accompanies that sagacity. Although highly regarded by numerous artists, writers, and poets in Ireland, Hall’s work remains relatively unknown elsewhere. Aged eighty-eight, this solo exhibition will be his first in
New York.
The exhibition will be on view from May 5 to July 1, 2023.
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Image: Patrick Hall “Wound”, 2019,
oil on canvas 48 x 60 1/4 inches (122 x 153 cm)
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Opening hours during Japanese holidays (Golden Week) in Tokyo – Starting tomorrow, our gallery in Tokyo will be closed f...
04/28/2023

Opening hours during Japanese holidays (Golden Week) in Tokyo – Starting tomorrow, our gallery in Tokyo will be closed for the national holidays only. Please find our opening hours for next week below.

Open on
May 2, Tuesday: 11AM – 7PM
May 6, Saturday: 11AM – 7PM

(closed on all national holidays)




ゴールデンウイーク中の営業日のお知らせ:明日、土曜日からギャラリーは祝日に休廊させていただきます。来週の営業日・時間は以下の通りです。

営業日
5月2日(火)、11時〜19時
5月3日(土)、11時〜19時

(祝日は休廊させていただきます。)

Interview: The Painting is Completed as Something Beyond My ImaginationCritic Ryo Sawayama interviews Terry Winters  on ...
04/27/2023

Interview: The Painting is Completed as Something Beyond My Imagination
Critic Ryo Sawayama interviews Terry Winters on the occasion of his first solo show with in Tokyo. What is the system which is generated within the paintings? What are their relationships with nature?
Find a link to the interview in our stories or on https://www.tokyoartbeat.com/en

抽象表現と自然界の構造との関係を探る画家・テリー・ウィンタース。「私自身の想像を超えたものとして絵画は完成する」
ファーガス・マカフリー東京で5月20日まで開催中の個展のために来日したテリー・ウィンタースに、批評家・沢山遼がインタビュー。絵画が生成するシステムとは? 自然との関係性とは?
インタビューのリンクはストーリーにてご確認いただき、また、Tokyo Art Beatホームページでお読みください。
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The exhibition Terry Winters: IMAGESPACE is on view through May 20 in our gallery in Tokyo. Open Tue-Sat, 11AM-7PM (closed on national holidays, including Golden Week)

テリー・ウィンタースIMAGESPACE展はファーガス・マカフリー東京で5月20日まで開催中です。
営業時間:火〜土曜日、11時〜19時
祝日(GWを含む)は休廊させていただきます。
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Fergus McCaffrey is participating as a panelist in TEFAF Talks  “The Shifting Landscape of the Asian Art Market” on Frid...
04/26/2023

Fergus McCaffrey is participating as a panelist in TEFAF Talks “The Shifting Landscape of the Asian Art Market” on Friday, May 12 at 3PM. Registration is now open, please follow the link in our stories or contact [email protected]
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TEFAF Talks are interactive panel discussions featuring leading art world experts from the wider TEFAF community. Hosted in the historic Veterans Room at the Park Avenue Armory.
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  from  -In the 20,000-square-foot New York studio of Barry X Ball (, ), ancient sculpture meets cutting-edge technology...
04/22/2023

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In the 20,000-square-foot New York studio of Barry X Ball (, ), ancient sculpture meets cutting-edge technology.

The dichotomies of old and new, of nature versus man, are at the core of the artist’s œuvre—Ball’s enigmatic works, which aim to improve upon historic masterpieces, are the result of thousands of hours of work by both man and machine. On a constant quest for perfection, through his “Masterpieces” series Ball “responds” to sculptural masterpieces from the past housed in museums and private collections by 3D scanning the works and recasting them with decided modifications.

“I always advocate that artists historically ground themselves and see the extraordinary things that were done in the past. I want to hold onto everything that the artist did and then subtly push it to another place.” — Barry X Ball

Immerse yourself in the world of Barry X Ball with TEFAF Stories via the link in our stories.

Pictured here, the large fabrication hall in Barry X Ball’s studio. On the left, Ball’s “Pietà” (2011–22), sculpted from translucent white Iranian onyx (after the “Pietà Rondanini” (1552–64) by Michelangelo Buonarroti). To the right, the “arabescato” “Saint Bartholomew Flayed – Ascension” (2011–21), created from French “Rouge du Roi” marble (after “San Bartolomeo Scorticato” (1562) by Marco d’Agrate).

Photo by Vincent Tullo.

  -   -Review of our ongoing show in Tokyo: Terry Winters IMAGESPACE, on view until May 20. -Popeyeで毎月連載している美術展レビュー、今月はT...
04/19/2023

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Review of our ongoing show in Tokyo: Terry Winters IMAGESPACE, on view until May 20.

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Popeyeで毎月連載している美術展レビュー、今月はTerry winterについて書いてます。

テリーの作品はモチーフの有機性や理論の組み方など左脳的な魅力もいっぱいですが、絵の具の乾き方やストローク、キャンバスの張り方に至るまで、絵画としてただひたすらに良いというピュアな素晴らしさに溢れていて染み渡ります♨️♨️♨️

日本では80、90年代に紹介されたニューペインティングブームの人という印象も強いかと思いますが(実際に収蔵している文化機関も近美とタグチくらい...?)、あまり類を見ないタイプの作家だし、何より大きな新作が観られる機会もホントにないのでぜひぜひ!
今年最後の花見気分で行かれてみては🌸

Bioとストーリーズにurl載せているので是非!

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2月より始まった「クリティカルヒット・パレード」は毎週月曜、週ごとに複数人で批評を掲載するリレーコラム。小説、映画、写真集、美術展などのカルチャーが扱われる中で僕は美術展レビューを担当しています。💐

In this week’s Galleries Now – The Weekender selection: “Reinhard Pods: a Sort of Homecoming – Paintings 1979-2022”, on ...
04/15/2023

In this week’s Galleries Now – The Weekender selection: “Reinhard Pods: a Sort of Homecoming – Paintings 1979-2022”, on view in our Gallery in New York until April 22.
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514 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

Tuesday - Saturday, 10am–6pm
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Starting today - Visit us at  , booth 233 at the Navy Pier Chicago, from April 13 to 16. On display a selection of works...
04/13/2023

Starting today - Visit us at , booth 233 at the Navy Pier Chicago, from April 13 to 16. On display a selection of works by Marcia Hafif, Leiko Ikemura , Birgit Juergensen, Brian Maguire, Richard Nonas and Reinhard Pods.

Image: Reinhard Pods “Stimmung” (1982), oil, spray and paper on canvas, 165.5 x 145 cm
Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey

Please note that on Friday March 31st Terry Winters solo exhibition ‘IMAGESPACE’ will open at 12:30PM instead of 11AM.-ギ...
03/30/2023

Please note that on Friday March 31st Terry Winters solo exhibition ‘IMAGESPACE’ will open at 12:30PM instead of 11AM.
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ギャラリー内での取材撮影のため、3月31日(金)開廊時間は午後12時半からとなります。ご確認、ご理解賜りますようよろしくお願い致します。
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Image: “Point Array” (2022), oil, wax and resin on linen, 195.6 x 150 cm
©︎Terry Winters, Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey
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