Nancy Hoffman Gallery

Nancy Hoffman Gallery Nancy Hoffman Gallery opened in SoHo in 1972 and moved to Chelsea in 2008, where the gallery current
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COMING SOON! Opening on February 1st, Aspen based artist Jody Guralnick will have her first exhibition at NHG. The exhib...
01/18/2024

COMING SOON! Opening on February 1st, Aspen based artist Jody Guralnick will have her first exhibition at NHG. The exhibition will include paintings made between 2022 and the present, ranging in size from 12 x12 inches up to 60 x 144 inches. The paintings depict the winding patterns that lichen forms on rocks, as well as the branching hyphal patterns of fungal growth. The lichen, painted in acrylic in rich and alluring impasto, stands in bas-relief against an oil background evocative of nature’s palette. Guralnick says,” As muses go, yeast, mold, mushrooms and lichen have a lot to offer. When fungus grows, it casts these lacy mycelial threads. It’s so baroque and over the top.”
Jody Guralnick, Mahonia, 2022, oil and acrylic on panel, 16 x 12 inches

COMING SOON! Opening on February 1st, New York based artist Nancy Koenigsberg will have her first exhibition at NHG. The...
01/18/2024

COMING SOON! Opening on February 1st, New York based artist Nancy Koenigsberg will have her first exhibition at NHG. The exhibition will include approximately 25 works, made between 1998 and 2023, focusing on wire sculpture. Her wall pieces and installation works are woven, knotted, crocheted, or otherwise manipulated from various weights and colors of copper, steel and aluminum wire. Woven or knitted grids are shaped and layered. Materials are shiny and dull, fragile and industrial strength. The various combinations and contrasts challenge and engage the viewer both visually conceptually.
Nancy Koenigsberg, Tumble III, 2023, steel and coated copper wire, 22.5 x 12.75 x 8 inches

Jesse Small’s current exhibition DISTANT SIGNALS continues through January 27th. The artist says of his new series, “The...
01/10/2024

Jesse Small’s current exhibition DISTANT SIGNALS continues through January 27th. The artist says of his new series, “The layered patterns come from drawings I have been working on for the past 15 years, right up until today. Compiled from hundreds of drawings observing nature: the accidental shadow of a branch, the natural structures on Spanish moss, kelp, erosion. The pieces are an open experiment into how information and story precipitates out of patterns and colors. These pieces are an exploration of the sculptural relief format, the efficient use of space inherent in a combination of materials and illusion. Being truly abstract, the story is open-ended so there is room for the viewer’s imagination to step in.”
Jesse Small, Frozen Moon Series #8, 2022, steel, aluminum and enamel, 29 x 29 x 8 inches

Timothy Cummings’s current exhibition BLUE BOY continues through January 27th. Much of Cummings’s work addresses the iss...
01/10/2024

Timothy Cummings’s current exhibition BLUE BOY continues through January 27th. Much of Cummings’s work addresses the issue of youthful turmoil, of that awkward moment between childhood and adulthood, of identity, or gender. The artist often paints figures as a child might conjure them in his/her mind, giving a dreamlike, fantasy quality to a grown-up persona.
Timothy Cummings, Pink Sweater, 2023, acrylic on canvas, 12 x 20 inches

Happy Holidays from NHG! The gallery will be closed Monday, December 25th and Tuesday, December 26th, OPEN Wednesday thr...
12/21/2023

Happy Holidays from NHG! The gallery will be closed Monday, December 25th and Tuesday, December 26th, OPEN Wednesday through Friday, and closed again on Saturday, December 30th. We look forward to welcoming you to our exhibitions over these holiday weeks!
Jesse Small, Frozen Moon Series #6, 2022, steel, aluminum and enamel, 24 x 24 x 8 inches

Jesse Small’s exhibition DISTANT SIGNALS continues through January 27th. Come visit us to view the artist’s steel sculpt...
12/16/2023

Jesse Small’s exhibition DISTANT SIGNALS continues through January 27th. Come visit us to view the artist’s steel sculptures in real life.
Jesse Small’s newest series of work features layers of pierced metal screens which create a three-dimensional relief on the wall. These layers are spaced to allow light to diffuse through the sculpture and generate shadows below. These tondos offer the viewer a simultaneous bolt of energy as both sculpture and painting.

Timothy Cummings’s exhibition BLUE BOY continues through January 27th. Come visit us to view these charming paintings in...
12/16/2023

Timothy Cummings’s exhibition BLUE BOY continues through January 27th. Come visit us to view these charming paintings in real life.
Much of Cummings’s work addresses the issue of youthful turmoil, of that awkward moment between childhood and adulthood, of identity, of gender. The artist often paints figures as a child might conjure them in his/her mind, giving a dreamlike, fantasy quality to a grown-up persona.

DISTANT SIGNALS, featuring new sculptures created from laser cut steel created by Jesse Small opens tomorrow, please joi...
12/13/2023

DISTANT SIGNALS, featuring new sculptures created from laser cut steel created by Jesse Small opens tomorrow, please join us for the opening reception from 6-8pm!
Jesse Small, Frozen Moon Series #10, 2023, steel, aluminum and enamel, 22 x 22 x 4 inches

BLUE BOY, featuring new paintings by Timothy Cummings opens tomorrow, please join us for the opening reception with the ...
12/13/2023

BLUE BOY, featuring new paintings by Timothy Cummings opens tomorrow, please join us for the opening reception with the artist from 6-8pm!
Timothy Cummings, The Irish Rose, 2023, acrylic on board, 18 x 14 inches

Last chance to view Don Eddy's exhibition, closing on Saturday. The new body of work features more than 20 new paintings...
12/07/2023

Last chance to view Don Eddy's exhibition, closing on Saturday. The new body of work features more than 20 new paintings from 2020-2023, made during and directly after the COVID-19 lockdown in New York City. Eddy explains, "The streets were empty, there was nobody out, and in an interesting way, this became my city in a way it never had been before. I would take epic walks, and subway rides -- I would get off and just start walking -- and it had a profound effect on me. When the first wave of COVID started lifting, just as spring was arriving, it felt like a rebirth for myself and the city."
Don Eddy, Metal City II, 2022, acrylic on panel, 38 x 38 inches

We are excited to announce the forthcoming publication DON EDDY: 25 YEARS, published by Snap Collective. This new book i...
11/28/2023

We are excited to announce the forthcoming publication DON EDDY: 25 YEARS, published by Snap Collective. This new book is primarily devoted to full color reproduction of paintings made over this period of time. 25 years ago the artist began his exploration of multi-panel paintings to address the complexity of life experiences. Use the link in our bio to pre-order the book for the special price of 79 Euros.

Happy Thanksgiving from NHG! The gallery will close at 3pm on Wednesday, and will be closed Thursday, we will be open fo...
11/22/2023

Happy Thanksgiving from NHG! The gallery will close at 3pm on Wednesday, and will be closed Thursday, we will be open for regular hours from 11 to 5:30 on Friday and Saturday. We hope to welcome you here to view Don Eddy's beautiful exhibition.
Don Eddy, WAA XII, 2022, acrylic on panel, 14 x 11 inches

Don Eddy’s current exhibition has been beautifully reviewed by Riad Miah for the Brooklyn Rail. Head to the link in our ...
11/17/2023

Don Eddy’s current exhibition has been beautifully reviewed by Riad Miah for the Brooklyn Rail. Head to the link in our bio to read it!
Don Eddy, Ride the Dragon, 2021, acrylic on panel, 42 x 38 inches

Recently from The Guardian: "Typically grouped with the photorealists who came to prominence in the 70s (although Eddy h...
11/08/2023

Recently from The Guardian: "Typically grouped with the photorealists who came to prominence in the 70s (although Eddy has distanced himself from the term), Eddy is known as a painter who is obsessed with light. Here that ethereal quality comes across as rich and gorgeous, otherworldly and quotidian all at once. Whether it's sunlight radiating through a sky, pinpricks of windows on the NYC skyline, the delicate veins of a flower, or the saturated colors of Coney Island amusements, the light in this show feels uncommonly compelling and memorable." -- excerpt from Veronica Esposito's recent review of Don Eddy's current exhibition in The Guardian. Link in bio for the full article.
Don Eddy, Sea Side Swing, 2022, acrylic on panel, 16 x 33 inches

Don Eddy's current exhibition includes a selection from the series entitled Wake And Arise, making reference to the worl...
11/03/2023

Don Eddy's current exhibition includes a selection from the series entitled Wake And Arise, making reference to the world reawakening after the pandemic. The paintings in the series, celebrating light and season, are more complex and more concentrated than his earlier works, offering the viewer much to experience and savor slowly in intimate scale.
WAA XIII, 2022, acrylic on panel, 11 x 14 inches
WAA X, 2022, acrylic on panel 9 x 12 inches

Join us Thursday night from 6 to 8 for the opening of Don Eddy's new exhibition. This new body of work was made during a...
10/25/2023

Join us Thursday night from 6 to 8 for the opening of Don Eddy's new exhibition. This new body of work was made during and directly after the COVID-19 lockdown in NYC. Included in the exhibition is a new series entitled MAP for Machines At Play. The artist found playfulness and joy in some of the amusement parks that surround Manhattan -- Coney Island and Playland among them -- zeroing in on the machine workings of the rides, as well as the neon signs, the totality a visual orchestration of brilliant palette.
Don Eddy, MAP I, 2023, acrylic on panel, 16 x 16 inches

Last chance to view HARVEST by Judy Fox, the exhibition continues through Saturday, October 21.The sculptures included i...
10/19/2023

Last chance to view HARVEST by Judy Fox, the exhibition continues through Saturday, October 21.
The sculptures included in HARVEST depict fruits and vegetables, dynamic in form and palette, a veritable organic feast.

"Sculptures made by Fox can, sometimes, move away from art toward a perfectly realized nature... but they suggest, in th...
10/05/2023

"Sculptures made by Fox can, sometimes, move away from art toward a perfectly realized nature... but they suggest, in their compilation of curves and mounds, an inventory of nature's infinite capacity for change." - Jonathan Goodman, Brooklyn Rail, September 2023
HARVEST by Judy Fox continues through October 21st. Come visit us to view the exhibition in real life!

Harvest featuring new terra cotta sculptures by Judy Fox opens this evening from 6 to 8. Please join us for our opening ...
09/07/2023

Harvest featuring new terra cotta sculptures by Judy Fox opens this evening from 6 to 8. Please join us for our opening reception with the artist.
The sculptures included in Judy Fox’s new exhibition depict fruits and vegetables, dynamic in form and palette, a veritable organic feast. Ranging in size from 30 inches to 3 inches, the works are painted in exquisite detail with casein paint.

Coming soon! Judy Fox's exhibition Harvest opens on September 7th. The show will include some 50 newly created terra cot...
08/24/2023

Coming soon! Judy Fox's exhibition Harvest opens on September 7th. The show will include some 50 newly created terra cotta sculptures depicting fruits and vegetables, dynamic in form and palette, a veritable organic feast. Ranging in size from 30 inches to 3 inches, the works are painted in exquisite detail with casein paint.
Judy Fox, Pear, 2023, terra cotta, casein paint, 22 x 32 x 22 inches

Expecting a plentiful ‘Harvest’ this fall as we gather up delectable new works for Judy Fox’s upcoming exhibition openin...
08/21/2023

Expecting a plentiful ‘Harvest’ this fall as we gather up delectable new works for Judy Fox’s upcoming exhibition opening September 7th!

“Aging Shallot”
Terra cotta, casein paint
6”x 9”x 5”

Last chance to visit Intersect Aspen! Come visit us at Booth A6 to view our installation of new work by gallery artists....
08/04/2023

Last chance to visit Intersect Aspen! Come visit us at Booth A6 to view our installation of new work by gallery artists.
Joan Bankemper, #2 - #6, 2023, gouache on paper, 17 x 14 inches each

Intersect Aspen continues through tomorrow. Please join us today from 4 to 7 for Intersect Art and Wine and view our ins...
08/03/2023

Intersect Aspen continues through tomorrow. Please join us today from 4 to 7 for Intersect Art and Wine and view our installation in Booth A6!

Intersect Aspen continues through Friday, come visit us at the Aspen Ice Garden at Booth A6! Nathalia Edenmont's Dream a...
08/02/2023

Intersect Aspen continues through Friday, come visit us at the Aspen Ice Garden at Booth A6!
Nathalia Edenmont's Dream a Little Dream of Me is a perfect example of the marriage between humans and flowers. Creating a dress out of live blooms at the moment of fullness, Edenmont spends up to 10 hours to create a dress. Her 8x10 camera captures a model in a dress of fresh flowers, a moment in time, evanescent, nature in full bloom, about to wither when the dress is dismantled, a metaphor for climate change. Everything is real in Edenmont's hands, no photoshop, no digital manipulation.
Nathalia Edenmont, Dream a Little Dream of Me, 2018, c-print, 57.25 x 65 inches

Intersect Aspen opens today! Come visit us at Booth A6!
08/01/2023

Intersect Aspen opens today! Come visit us at Booth A6!

Intersect Aspen runs from August 1 through 4. Come visit us at Stand A6 to view our installation, including this brand n...
07/27/2023

Intersect Aspen runs from August 1 through 4. Come visit us at Stand A6 to view our installation, including this brand new painting by Don Eddy.
Don Eddy, Water and Light, 2023, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 50 x 2 inches

We are excited to be participating in the upcoming Intersect Aspen Art Fair. Included in our installation of gallery art...
07/12/2023

We are excited to be participating in the upcoming Intersect Aspen Art Fair. Included in our installation of gallery artists will be new cast glass sculptures by Nicolas Africano. Come visit us in Aspen August 1 - 4 at the Aspen Ice Garden!
Nicolas Africano, Untitled (The heroine was lovingly drawn), 2023, cast glass and gold leaf, 17.5 x 6 x 5 inches africano

CLIMATE NATURE continues through August. Included in the exhibition is Katerina Lanfranco's new painting Deluge. "My cur...
06/29/2023

CLIMATE NATURE continues through August. Included in the exhibition is Katerina Lanfranco's new painting Deluge.
"My current work examines the balance between wild and cultivated nature, in the form of secret gardens and mystical landscapes. There is a dynamic balance between free and contained, between nature's will and human control. Humanity's impact on climate change is a balance act between thriving and surviving. Through mass population and technological advancements humanity's ecological footprint continues to grow bigger than ever. In "Deluge," I've painted the top of the waterfall to appear as if coming from some immense unseeable source. The question arises: "Will the water run out, or will it flood the ground plane?" Two major issues we have to deal with in face of water security and climate change." -- Katerina Lanfranco, 2023
Katerina Lanfranco, Deluge, 2023, oil on canvas, 16 x 12 inches

CLIMATE NATURE continues through August, included in the exhibition is work by Linda Mieko Allen. "During the pandemic, ...
06/22/2023

CLIMATE NATURE continues through August, included in the exhibition is work by Linda Mieko Allen.
"During the pandemic, there had been a noticeable diminishing of atmospheric pollution. I documented the atmosphere through taking photos almost every day. In my opinion there was a visible clarity and brightness to the light. This work developed into a series of paintings. THIN AIR, an observation of the manifestations of light, atmosphere and space relation. I deconstruct images into light, geometric shape and color, working to break down elements into usable parts to reconstruct a new system. For quite some time I have worked with the concept of place and displacement of the natural world in my painting." -- Linda Mieko Allen, 2023
Linda Mieko Allen, Thin Air IV, 2022, acrylic on wood panel, 6 x 12 inches

Coming in September, new painted terracotta sculptures by Judy Fox. The exhibition, entitled Harvest, will be a display ...
06/16/2023

Coming in September, new painted terracotta sculptures by Judy Fox. The exhibition, entitled Harvest, will be a display of produce in dynamic form and palette, a veritable organic feast. A deep understanding of the body animates these plant-based subjects.
Judy Fox, Twin Tomatoes, 2023, terracotta and casein paint, 8 x 9 x 5 inches

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