THEN AND NOW: AMERICAN SOCIAL REALISM
Exhibition highlight: Everett Shinn | Louis Lozowick
Forum Gallery presents a group exhibition of American social realism featuring paintings, drawings, and sculpture dating from the first half of the Twentieth Century to today. Artists working in the years between the world wars and well known for their contributions are shown side by side with contemporary American Artists whose work continues the humanist legacy of social realism. “Then and Now: American Social Realism” continues through Friday, July 2, 2021.
Concurrently, Forum Gallery presents at The American Art Fair, live online now. For the fair, Forum Gallery presents rare, major paintings by American social realists Raphael Soyer (1899 - 1987) and Jack Levine (1915 - 2010). We invite you to visit Forum Gallery during our regular opening hours, to view the exhibition and the works featured in The American Art Fair. No appointment is necessary.
View “Then and Now: American Social Realism” at the link in our bio.
Images: Everett Shinn, “Fifth Avenue” (detail), 1900, pastel on paper, 20 x 16 inches
Louis Lozowick, “Traffic” (detail), c. 1930, lithograph, 12 1/4 x 19 1/8 inches
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