Rosenberg & Co.

Rosenberg & Co. Rosenberg & Co. is an upper east side gallery specializing in fine Modern and Contemporary art. Marianne Rosenberg founded Rosenberg & Co.

on the upper east side of Manhattan, continuing her family’s distinguished tradition of exhibiting both Modern and contemporary art. The gallery presents an international roster of works by prominent Impressionist and Modern artists, and continues the legacy of working with contemporary artists. With the launch of Rosenberg & Co., the gallery renews a focus on the highest standards of connoisseurs

hip and expertise that have been cultivated over generations by the family. The gallery represents the estates of Beatrice Mandelman, Reuben Nakian, Louis Ribak, and Fred Stein, as well as the contemporary artists Brendan Stuart Burns, Maureen Chatfield, and Tom John.

This Saturday, May 18th is the Madison Avenue Spring Gallery Walk. We are delighted to participate in this free event by...
05/15/2024

This Saturday, May 18th is the Madison Avenue Spring Gallery Walk. We are delighted to participate in this free event by and and will be hosting a gallery talk by Judith Solodkin ( )
At 2:00pm, Judith Solodkin, founder of SOLO Impression Inc. and the first woman to graduate as a Master Printer of lithographs from the Tamarind Institute, will discuss her time working with Françoise Gilot and the production of monotypes. Please RSVP at the link in our bio.

In 1985, after several decades of printing lithographs with Atelier Mourlot and the Tamarind Workshops, Gilot began to c...
05/14/2024

In 1985, after several decades of printing lithographs with Atelier Mourlot and the Tamarind Workshops, Gilot began to create monotypes at Solo Impression Inc. under the guidance of Master Printer Judith Solodkin.
Monotypes are singular, non-replicable prints created by applying ink to a non-porous surface such as plexiglass. The ink is then removed from the surface with brushes or cloth to reveal a design on the plate.
Through meticulous layering techniques and a decisive command of color, Gilot crafted a distinctive and captivating style within her monotypes. Her use of ink, collage, and pastel resulted in substantial and multi-layered works, such as “Genealogies” (1989).
“Genealogies” is on view in Françoise Gilot through July 3. Click the link in bio to learn more.

Françoise Gilot’s prints are an integral part of her oeuvre that demonstrate her technical prowess and stylistic creativ...
05/03/2024

Françoise Gilot’s prints are an integral part of her oeuvre that demonstrate her technical prowess and stylistic creativity.
In 1950, she became the first woman to print lithographs at Fernand Mourlot’s acclaimed atelier in Paris. As her printing progressed, she was invited by June Wayne and Clinton Adams to make lithographs at the renowned Tamarind Workshops in Los Angeles and Albuquerque in 1969.
Using only a few colors, Gilot’s “Flower Shield (Bouclier floral)” (1975) employs an intricate pattern inspired by her travels to Greece to create dimension. These overlapping shapes reveal a fusion of technical precision and creative ingenuity that distinguished Gilot as a skilled practitioner of lithography.
“Flower Shield (Bouclier floral),” is on view in Francoise Gilot through July 3. Click the link in bio to learn more.

Our exhibition “Françoise Gilot” is featured on  today.  writes, “[Gilot’s] career spanned nearly eight decades bridging...
05/01/2024

Our exhibition “Françoise Gilot” is featured on today.
writes, “[Gilot’s] career spanned nearly eight decades bridging the circle of Gertrude Stein, post-war California, and late twentieth-century New York. Her oeuvre is diverse and nuanced, and I left the gallery inspired by Gilot’s commitment to her own artistic voice . . . Gilot deserves her place in history as a protagonist of twentieth-century art.”
Read the full review at the link in bio.

Françoise Gilot’s early work is characterized by defined lines and attention to form, both qualities that reflect her co...
04/24/2024

Françoise Gilot’s early work is characterized by defined lines and attention to form, both qualities that reflect her confidence in her draftsmanship.
The exhibition features two portraits of Picasso that Gilot made in 1944 — the year following their introduction — in a six-part series. Pictured above, “Pablo with Red Background (Les yeux basilic)” utilizes a surety of line-work to impart both severity and softness to the artist’s features.
This rendering employs striking diagonal strokes to create Picasso’s fringe and structured cheekbones, which are emblematic of Gilot’s attention to form and intense focus on the structural qualities of drawing.
“Pablo with Red Background (Les yeux basilic)” is on view now through July 3. Click the link in the bio to learn more.

Currently on display are a selection of Herlédan’s paintings, which demonstrate her capacity for utilizing innovative ma...
02/27/2024

Currently on display are a selection of Herlédan’s paintings, which demonstrate her capacity for utilizing innovative material techniques to orchestrate compositions that resonate deeply with both her Modernist influences and contemporary innovations.
Herlédan employs a white material—a lacquer-based white substance that she developed in collaboration with a paint manufacturer in Paris— to create rising, lyrical strokes that imbue her work with both relief and reflection.
This technique is featured in "Souvenirs épars" (2021). Her continual inspiration within the tradition of art in conversation with contemporary, personalized elements lends a steadfast dynamism to her work.
"Souvenirs épars" (2021) by Aude Herlédan is on view in our current exhibition of her work. Click the link in the bio to learn more.

Rosenberg & Co. is pleased to present the second of our series of small-format exhibitions highlighting the work of thre...
02/07/2024

Rosenberg & Co. is pleased to present the second of our series of small-format exhibitions highlighting the work of three venerable artists from our collection: Fred Stein, Aude Herlédan and Marguerite Louppe.
This exhibition features a refined selection of work by the artist Aude Herlédan, on view through February 27th.
Herlédan's work embodies the formal principles of 20th-century Modernism while maintaining a timeless allure. Our latest exhibition celebrates the compositional dexterity of the artist's remarkable recent works.
“Métamorphose II” (2019) by Aude Herlédan will be on view during the exhibition. Click the link in the bio to learn more.

Rosenberg & Co. is delighted to be participating in , which closes this weekend. Find us at booth 61, where we are showi...
02/04/2023

Rosenberg & Co. is delighted to be participating in , which closes this weekend. Find us at booth 61, where we are showing works by featured artist Robert Adams.
Robert Adams was an English sculptor and designer. His sculptures epitomized a heightened sensitivity to the natural features of their medium. Adams’ mastery of metalworking allowed him to explore themes of weight and balance in his forms, giving his compositions a sense of lyricism.
Sculptures by Adams are on view in our booth at . To see the full list of works featured at the fair, visit our online viewing room at the link in the bio.

Rosenberg & Co. is delighted to be participating in , which closes this weekend. Find us at booth 61, where we are showi...
02/04/2023

Rosenberg & Co. is delighted to be participating in , which closes this weekend. Find us at booth 61, where we are showing works by featured artist Robert Adams.
Robert Adams was an English sculptor and designer. His sculptures epitomized a heightened sensitivity to the natural features of their medium. Adams’ mastery of metalworking allowed him to explore themes of weight and balance in his forms, giving his compositions a sense of lyricism.
Sculptures by Adams are on view in our booth at
To see the full list of works featured at the fair, visit our online viewing room at the link in the bio.

 opens to the public on Sunday, January 29. Find us at booth 61, where we are showing works by Aude Herlédan, Serge Char...
01/26/2023

opens to the public on Sunday, January 29. Find us at booth 61, where we are showing works by Aude Herlédan, Serge Charchoune, Jean Lurçat, and more.
The fair is open January 29- February 5. To see our full works list, visit our online viewing room at the link in the bio.

"My drawings are done mainly as a help towards making sculpture -- as a means of generating ideas for sculpture, tapping...
01/17/2023

"My drawings are done mainly as a help towards making sculpture -- as a means of generating ideas for sculpture, tapping oneself for the initial idea; and as a way of sorting out ideas and developing them."
—Henry Moore, The Sculptor Speaks, 1966.
While primarily renowned for his sculptural work, Moore was a skilled draftsman and sketched extensively, leaving behind some eight thousand drafts by the time of his death. The transformation of Moore's style throughout his career is well documented in his works on paper, as his almost classical sketched female figures slowly evolved into the celebrated biomorphic shapes of his sculptural works.
Henry Moore’s Seated N**e (1929), and Three Heads (1979), are now on view in A Century on Paper through February 17th. For more information, click the link bio.

Often sourced from the earth, Aude Herlédan’s choice of media visually translates the profound meaning the artist has fo...
12/13/2022

Often sourced from the earth, Aude Herlédan’s choice of media visually translates the profound meaning the artist has found throughout her travels. These media particularly shine in Herlédan’s graphic, balanced compositions that highlight gold, brown, and black shapes.
Between the peaks and valleys of viscous white lacquer in works such as “At the crossroads” (2022), thin washes of brown paint appear crackled like an arid desert surface; next to black expanses glimmering with lava dust, shapes flecked with copper and gold leaf shine. With an undoubted respect for her chosen media—even her initial drawings are often rendered with charcoal and coffee—Herlédan lets the materials speak in the same way that the landscapes of her travels have unfolded to her: revealing, only with dedicated, curious attention, the intricacies and delights in their essence.
“At the crossroads” by Herlédan is on view in our current exhibition, Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds through December 17. Click here for more information: https://tinyurl.com/2w43cnmc

Contemplative and commanding, Aude Herlédan’s sculptures are celebrations of materiality, womanhood, and motherhood. Scu...
12/07/2022

Contemplative and commanding, Aude Herlédan’s sculptures are celebrations of materiality, womanhood, and motherhood. Sculptures such as “Maternity” (2022) suggest that Herlédan’s understanding of motherhood is both liberatory and protective; a practice of encouraging individuality and growth while preserving the eternal bond between mother and child.
In this bronze sculpture, an organic shape emerges from the base of the primary form in a manner reminiscent of an infant held on a hip, an embryo in a womb, or even, at a microscopic level, a cell dividing and regenerating. Motherhood, expressed here, nurtures the growth of a form that emerges directly from the “mother” figure. Indeed, for the artist, this nurturing process is inherent in her collaboration with skilled craftsmen to fabricate her sculptures: Herlédan notes that she and these artisans are, together, “achieving a birth of form.”
Herlédan’s “Maternity” is on view in Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds, open through December 17. For more information, click here: https://tinyurl.com/ymda2efw

Rosenberg & Co. is pleased to present the exhibition catalogue Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds.The exhibition and...
12/06/2022

Rosenberg & Co. is pleased to present the exhibition catalogue Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds.
The exhibition and catalogue include drawings, sculptures, and works on canvas that celebrate Herlédan's depth of creativity and the exceptional quality of her recent oeuvre. The artist's expansive body of work invites viewers into the enduring inspiration she has found in her experiences of travel, culture, womanhood, and spirituality.
The catalogue features an interview with Herlédan and a full works list. To read an excerpt from the interview, click here: https://tinyurl.com/mrsn4eb5
To purchase the catalogue, click here: http://www.rosenbergco.com/publications/19

Happy Thanksgiving from Rosenberg & Co.! The gallery will be closed Monday, 11/21–Sunday, 11/27.Stop by today from 10am–...
11/19/2022

Happy Thanksgiving from Rosenberg & Co.! The gallery will be closed Monday, 11/21–Sunday, 11/27.

Stop by today from 10am–6pm to see our current exhibition Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds, or click here to visit our online viewing room: https://tinyurl.com/2w43cnmc

While Aude Herlédan’s largely abstract paintings result from a solitary studio practice, her figurative sculptures are c...
11/17/2022

While Aude Herlédan’s largely abstract paintings result from a solitary studio practice, her figurative sculptures are created in collaboration with a team of artisans, depending on the material of the final work. First, the artist sketches the forms and models them in clay, then chooses the final material with an experienced craftsman. This collaboration, for the artist, is integral to the realization of all possible expressions of the material.
Expertly executed by Herlédan and her collaborators, intricate finishing techniques such as a polish or patina—the addition of which is always “un moment magique” for Herlédan—lend a commanding presence to even her smallest sculptures. The bronze surface of “Femme allongée” (2019), for example, displays a tarnish and texture that interact on the figure’s curved surfaces, which both attracts and refracts light. Drawing the eye in such a way, this small sculpture is a confident expression of the female form, inviting closer, contemplative inspection.
“Femme allongée” is on view in Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds through December 17. Click here for more information: https://tinyurl.com/2w43cnmc

Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale opens to the public tomorrow, November 9. Find us at booth 80, where we are showing works ...
11/08/2022

Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale opens to the public tomorrow, November 9. Find us at booth 80, where we are showing works by Henri Hayden, Giacomo Manzù, Aude Herlédan, and more.
The fair is open November 9–13. To see our full works list, visit our online viewing room here: https://tinyurl.com/yc5n7sdh

Among Aude Herlédan’s many noted influences is the tradition of Brutalism. The artist particularly notes an engagement w...
11/04/2022

Among Aude Herlédan’s many noted influences is the tradition of Brutalism. The artist particularly notes an engagement with a sentiment embodied by Le Corbusier: "May our concretes so rough reveal that, under them, our sensibilities are fine." For Le Corbusier, the acknowledgement of concrete's particular "softness" underlies the movement's utilitarianism. Herlédan expresses this softness in her own work by incorporating organic swathes of her bespoke white material at precise moments within otherwise sharp compositions, adding painterly and even playful textures into her defined shapes of color.
For Le Corbusier, the principle of softness in Brutalism was entwined with a celebration of materiality; applied by Herlédan, this emphasis on materiality is displayed not only in her sculptural white lacquer but also in her fields of color, which contradict any appearance of flatness. Herlédan uses visible, layered brushstrokes within her bordered shapes, particularly featured in “Flying Around” (2021). In the work, she refrains from completely mixing her paints, allowing their high gloss to shine and their tonal variations to contrast one another.
Herlédan’s “Flying Around” is on view in our current exhibition, Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds through December 17. For more information, click here: https://tinyurl.com/yvffw75x

Aude Herlédan’s significant background in design is apparent in the keen graphic sensibility throughout her oeuvre. The ...
11/02/2022

Aude Herlédan’s significant background in design is apparent in the keen graphic sensibility throughout her oeuvre. The influence of the artist’s degree in graphic design and her experience as an art director is perhaps most clearly expressed in her works that highlight bordered, angular shapes, such as her “Crossing Land” (2021) series.
The paintings in this series, created for a solo exhibition in Mexico City, are "reflections on form, space and material" specifically inspired by Brutalism. With its roots in the architecture of Le Corbusier, the style prioritizes an emphasis on structure that is distinctly evident in the “Crossing Land” series. Herlédan's white outlines create a structure of clearly defined forms that are remarkably and expertly balanced, lending a calm sense of order and serenity to their angularity.
“Crossing Land A” and “Crossing Land B” by Herlédan are on view now through December 17 in Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds. For more information, click here: https://tinyurl.com/yvffw75x

"The landscapes I have explored, the people I have met... have chiselled my soul and spirit. These are the reflections I...
10/26/2022

"The landscapes I have explored, the people I have met... have chiselled my soul and spirit. These are the reflections I describe and paint..." – Aude Herlédan
Aude Herlédan grew up a traveler: born in Paris, she spent her childhood in Africa, her youth in Europe, and her early professional years in Kenya before returning to France. Her lifelong travels have provided sustained memories of profound emotion and self-discovery, and she found white to be the color with the capacity to express this most fully on the canvas.
This led to the creation of her singular "white material," a lacquer-based white substance developed in collaboration with a paint manufacturer in Paris. Throughout her work, Herlédan employs the material with lyrical strokes that rise powerfully from her canvases, wholly enveloping the viewer in their gestural topographies. Just as the artist's own travels remain anchors of inspiration for her, Herlédan's white paintings invite deeper contemplation with each viewing.
“Lévitation (2022) by Herlédan is on view in our current exhibition, Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds, through December 17. Click here for more information: https://tinyurl.com/2w43cnmc

We are pleased to present Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds, the artist’s first exhibition in New York, open now th...
10/15/2022

We are pleased to present Aude Herlédan: Dialogue Between Worlds, the artist’s first exhibition in New York, open now through December 17.
Herlédan works seamlessly between sculpture and painting, expertly balancing a contemporary sensibility with forms reminiscent of the pioneering styles of the early twentieth century. She investigates the possibilities of artistic material to express profound meaning throughout her body of work, which invites audiences into the enduring inspiration the artist has found in her experiences of travel, culture, womanhood, and spirituality.
Bringing together drawings, sculptures, and works on canvas, this exhibition celebrates Herlédan’s depth of creativity and the exceptional quality of her recent oeuvre.
Herlédan’s “Dialogue Between Worlds” (2022) will be on view during the exhibition. To learn more, click here: https://tinyurl.com/yvffw75x

“I have always worked in the ‘abstract,’ borrowing whimsical shapes from the stage of dance performances and ballets I'v...
09/16/2022

“I have always worked in the ‘abstract,’ borrowing whimsical shapes from the stage of dance performances and ballets I've designed, and geometric shapes from architectural drawings for buildings I've designed. Painting gives me the freedom to incorporate both.” —Tom H. John
Tom H. John is a polymath who applies his creativity to numerous fields, but is first and foremost a visual artist. After studying at the Art Institute of Chicago, John pursued an array of diverse projects, most notably in set design and production, while always pursuing fine art. His artwork is inspired by Georges Braque, František Kupka, the Bauhaus Movement, and the surrealist motifs of Paul Klee and Julius Bissier. The influence of John’s experiences in architecture and set design remain apparent in his works.
Tom John's wide-ranging oeuvre illustrates the artist's deep engagement with the shifting visual languages of American Modernism. Meticulous and organic, referential and abstract, John's dynamic work displays a unique synthesis of and expansion upon the diversity of modernism as it impacted the arts, science, media, and technology throughout the twentieth century and into the twenty-first.
"Laidley House, San Francisco" (2001) and "Untitled" (2017) by Tom John are on view in Out From Under Our Brushes: 20th Century American Modernism until September 23. To see more works by John, visit our viewing room here: https://tinyurl.com/yckpb8we

“Through my experiences I have learned that it is possible for color to give off light… for colors to absorb light.” —Th...
09/14/2022

“Through my experiences I have learned that it is possible for color to give off light… for colors to absorb light.” —Theodoros Stamos
Born to a family of Greek immigrants, American artist Theodoros Stamos (1922–1997) began drawing at the age of eight and received a scholarship to the American Artists’ School in New York at the age of thirteen. His first works, inspired by subjects from Greek mythology to the landscape of the Hudson River, earned him early critical success. Stamos ultimately joined the Abstract Expressionist movement as one of its youngest artists, forming lifelong friendships with Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman.
Beginning in the 1960s, Stamos created long series of work that often included sub-series. Many of these reflected his extensive travels across the United States and Europe and his fasciation with different belief systems. The painting above belongs to the Infinity Field series, which became Stamos' primary project after 1970. It also belongs to the Lefkada sub-series that was inspired by the Greek island where Stamos spent much of his time from 1970 until his death.
“Infinity Field, Lefkada Series ” (1970) is on view in Out From Under Our Brushes: 20th Century American Modernism, open through September 23. For more information, click here: https://tinyurl.com/ycy6urfv

“Cutouts enforce a simplicity of line that cannot be achieved by pen.” —Esphyr SlobodkinaWhen Russian-born artist Esphyr...
09/10/2022

“Cutouts enforce a simplicity of line that cannot be achieved by pen.” —Esphyr Slobodkina
When Russian-born artist Esphyr Slobodkina (1908–2002) immigrated to New York, critics and institutions in the city were steadfastly unreceptive to American abstraction. In the face of this hostility, Slobodkina and other artists working in abstract styles, such as Balcomb Greene and Alice Trumbull Mason, founded the American Abstract Artists. Established in 1937, the AAA championed a departure from representative styles in favor of the abstract geometry of form, texture, line, and color. Slobokinda held numerous leadership positions for the group, playing a pivotal role in garnering important recognition for their members and acceptance of abstract art in America.
Beyond her roles in the AAA, Slobodkina developed pioneering hard-edge abstract painting and cut-paper collage techniques throughout her artistic career. A dedicated and prolific artist, Slobodkina was the first children’s book illustrator to work entirely in collage, and she would create dynamic geometric abstractions across artistic mediums until her death in 2002.
Slobodkina’s “Diagonal Planes” (1948) is on view in Out From Under Our Brushes: 20th Century American Modernism, open through September 23. For more information, click here: https://tinyurl.com/ycy6urfv

“Nakian depicts his nymphs and Europas and Ledas and Hecubas as both goddesses and wantons, at once mischevious and mela...
09/07/2022

“Nakian depicts his nymphs and Europas and Ledas and Hecubas as both goddesses and wantons, at once mischevious and melancholy, voluptuous yet serenely content in their artistic medium…” —Frank O’Hara, curator of the Nakian retrospective at in 1966
Armenian-American artist Reuben Nakian (1897–1986) is best known for his bronze sculptures, but he also pursued a dedicated drawing practice throughout his prolific career. Influenced by the expressionistic styles of his friends Arshile Gorky and Willem de Kooning, the fluidity and vitality that emerges in Nakian’s drawings are likewise a result of his unique envisioning of ancient Greek myths.
The stories of goddesses, cupids, and nymphs were frequent subjects of his work. These subjects spoke to Nakian for their timeless poeticism and raw emotion, elements that were expressed in his drawings. Nakian’s suspended, elongated, and gestural female figures become foundations for universal experiences of terror and passion, jealousy and bliss.
Nakian’s “Nymph and Cupid” (1982) is on view in Out From Under Our Brushes: 20th Century American Modernism, open through September 23. For more information, click here: https://tinyurl.com/ycy6urfv

Happy August from Rosenberg & Co.! The gallery will be closed August 20–September 5, and will resume our Monday–Saturday...
08/19/2022

Happy August from Rosenberg & Co.! The gallery will be closed August 20–September 5, and will resume our Monday–Saturday hours after Labor Day.
-Relli

Dorothy Dehner’s I Ching Series has never before been exhibited in New York and we are delighted to introduce selections...
02/12/2022

Dorothy Dehner’s I Ching Series has never before been exhibited in New York and we are delighted to introduce selections from this little-known body of work.
Dorothy Dehner began working in wood in the 1970s—a critical step in the evolution of her sculptural practice. She created freestanding sculptures in addition to a series of wall works inspired by the I Ching. Through her longtime friend Louise Nevelson, Dehner met John Cage, who was deeply interested in chance systems and cosmological texts. Likely from Cage’s influence, Dehner began composing pieces using the ancient divination system. While unique in Dehner's oeuvre, the works from the I Ching series are reminiscent of her consistent usage of personal and, often, cosmological symbols. Rhythmic, detailed, and mystical, these works encourage meditation.
Works from Dorothy Dehenr's I Ching series are included in Ann Christopher | Dorothy Dehner, on view now through March 26. Click the link in bio for more information.

The gallery is closed today due to the snowstorm.   Fred Stein, "Snow on Bench, New York," (1941)
01/29/2022

The gallery is closed today due to the snowstorm.
Fred Stein, "Snow on Bench, New York," (1941)

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