Mark Moore Fine Art

Mark Moore Fine Art Specializing in international emerging and mid-career contemporary artists and important works in the Secondary Market.
Since 1984, Mark Moore has been a leading champion of emerging and mid-career contemporary artists in Southern California. Until 2016, he was the founder and principal of Mark Moore Gallery – an acclaimed Los Angeles space that was family owned and operated for nearly thirty-two years. Recognizing the rapid changes of the gallery industry and the modern needs of his clients, Moore decided to pivot the focus of his business from the traditional gallery model to a private agency that would allow for increased project flexibility and individualized consulting. Mark Moore Fine Art is a progression from Moore’s gallery history, with a similarly ambitious roster of represented artists and activity in the secondary market. With Moore’s broad experience, MMFA provides tailored collection management, consulting, project management, public artwork commissions, exhibition design, and curatorial services with the attentiveness of a small-scale firm.
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On View Now: AMY MYERS Exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition with Mark Moore Fine ArtAMY MYERSSelected Works 2003-2019View N...
01/18/2020

On View Now: AMY MYERS Exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition with Mark Moore Fine Art

AMY MYERS
Selected Works 2003-2019

View Now on ARTSY at: http://bit.ly/2D9m9Ga

Amy Myers (b. 1965, Austin, TX) is a New York-based artist whose large-scale abstract drawings and paintings simultaneously reference particle physics, biology, philosophy, the human mind, and the mechanics of the universe.

Myers has received numerous grants and fellowships, including The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant; Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts; Ellen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation Studio Residency and Award at MANA Contemporary; and The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation Studio Grant. Past residencies include Yaddo Artist Residency (Saratoga Springs, NY); Dora Maar House (Menerbes, France); and The American Academy in Rome.

Previous solo exhibitions include Mike Weiss Gallery (New York, NY); Mary Boone Gallery (New York, NY); Suzanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects (Los Angeles, CA); Danese Gallery (New York, NY); Rhona Hoffman Gallery (Chicago, IL); and Dunn and Brown Contemporary (Dallas, TX).
Past museum exhibitions include The Sweeney Art Museum at California State University (Riverside, CA); Pomona College, Montgomery Art Center (Claremont, CA); and University Art Museum, California State University (Long Beach, CA).

Myers has artworks in the permanent collections of the Solomon R.Guggenheim Museum (New York, NY); Pérez Art Museum Miami (Miami, FL); California State University Art Museum (Long Beach, CA); Fort Wayne Museum of Art (Fort Wayne, IN); Greenville County Museum of Art (Greenville, SC); Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (Peekskill, NY); Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach, CA); Museum of Fine Arts (Houston, TX); Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art (Overland Park, KS); and the American Express Corporate Collection.

Myers’ artworks have been cited in numerous publications, including The New York Times, Hyperallergic, Artnews, Art in America, and BOMB.

Radu the ARTFORUM Review January 2020:
http://www.amymyersdrawings.com/2015/artforum-review/

View the short video interview with the artist titled “Inside the Artist's Studio: Amy Myers” at this link:
https://youtu.be/QZt

ARTFORUM REVIEW January 2020 Amy Myers MALIN GALLERY NEW YORK ”Daughter Universes,” the title of Amy Myers’s first solo ...
01/18/2020
Amy Meyers ARTFORUM Review January 2020

ARTFORUM REVIEW January 2020 Amy Myers MALIN GALLERY NEW YORK ”Daughter Universes,” the title of Amy Myers’s first solo show with Malin Gallery (formerly Burning in Water), aptly connotes a kind of cosmic femininity. Google-dig a little deeper and one learns that the term also refers to a hypothetical offshoot of quantum mechanics, which postulates that all material and energetic encounters spawn separate spheres of possibility. [ 624 more words ]
http://markmooregalleryblog.com/2020/01/17/amy-meyers-artforum-review-january-2020/

ARTFORUM REVIEW January 2020 Amy Myers MALIN GALLERY NEW YORK ”Daughter Universes,” the title of Amy Myers’s first solo show with Malin Gallery (formerly Burning in Water), aptly connotes a kind of…

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALSMark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body ...
01/17/2020

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALS

Mark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body of work by artist KARA MARIA. “Cloud Crystals” is a collaborative monotype project between artist Kara Maria and artist/master printmaker Kathryn Kain. In November 2019 Maria and Kain worked together for four days at Kain’s press Atelier Blu Rose in San Francisco to produce 33 unique, handmade monotypes that celebrate winter.

YOU CAN VIEW THIS SHOW NOW AT: http://bit.ly/37lyRPa

In this exhibition we survey 29 monotypes from San Francisco-based painter Kara Maria. Her work reflects on political topics – feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract marks, with representational elements.

These works were inspired by the 1864 book Cloud Crystals: A Snow-Flake Album. It documents the work of Frances Chickering—who used a cut-out method based on her direct observation of individual snowflakes under magnification to record more than 200 shapes. Maria and Kain utilized stencils they made based on Chickering’s original illustrations to create their Cloud Crystals series.

Maria and Kain began working together while Kain was Master Printer for Smith Andersen Editions (SAE) in Palo Alto, CA. Founded by Paula Kirkeby in 1969, the small fine arts press encouraged experimentation with the monoprint and monotype until its closure in 2016. After completing several projects published by SAE between 2002 and 2010 in the more traditional artist/master printmaker relationship, Maria and Kain decided to try something new. They made their first collaborative monotype project (Arcadian Duet) published by SAE in 2015—meaning that the two worked together equally as both artists and printmakers for the project. Cloud Crystals marks their second such collaborative effort, and the first published by Atelier Blu Rose.

KARA MARIA produces paintings and work on paper that reflect on political themes such as feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract mark

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01/16/2020

Mark Moore Fine Art's cover photo

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALSMark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body ...
01/16/2020

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALS

Mark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body of work by artist KARA MARIA. “Cloud Crystals” is a collaborative monotype project between artist Kara Maria and artist/master printmaker Kathryn Kain. In November 2019 Maria and Kain worked together for four days at Kain’s press Atelier Blu Rose in San Francisco to produce 33 unique, handmade monotypes that celebrate winter.

YOU CAN VIEW THIS SHOW NOW AT: http://bit.ly/37lyRPa

In this exhibition we survey 29 monotypes from San Francisco-based painter Kara Maria. Her work reflects on political topics – feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract marks, with representational elements.

These works were inspired by the 1864 book Cloud Crystals: A Snow-Flake Album. It documents the work of Frances Chickering—who used a cut-out method based on her direct observation of individual snowflakes under magnification to record more than 200 shapes. Maria and Kain utilized stencils they made based on Chickering’s original illustrations to create their Cloud Crystals series.

Maria and Kain began working together while Kain was Master Printer for Smith Andersen Editions (SAE) in Palo Alto, CA. Founded by Paula Kirkeby in 1969, the small fine arts press encouraged experimentation with the monoprint and monotype until its closure in 2016. After completing several projects published by SAE between 2002 and 2010 in the more traditional artist/master printmaker relationship, Maria and Kain decided to try something new. They made their first collaborative monotype project (Arcadian Duet) published by SAE in 2015—meaning that the two worked together equally as both artists and printmakers for the project. Cloud Crystals marks their second such collaborative effort, and the first published by Atelier Blu Rose.

KARA MARIA produces paintings and work on paper that reflect on political themes such as feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract mark

Kara Maria is the featured artist on ARTSYSHARK! Read the article featured now on her recent work at: Kara Maria produce...
01/16/2020
Kara Maria is the featured artist on ARTSYSHARK!

Kara Maria is the featured artist on ARTSYSHARK! Read the article featured now on her recent work at: Kara Maria produces paintings and work on paper that reflect on political themes such as feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract marks, with representational elements. Maria received her BA and MFA from the University of California, Berkeley. [ 169 more words ]
http://markmooregalleryblog.com/2020/01/16/kara-maria-is-the-featured-artist-on-artsyshark/

Kara Maria is the featured artist on ARTSYSHARK! Read the article featured now on her recent work at: Kara Maria produces paintings and work on paper that reflect on political themes such as femini…

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALSMark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body ...
01/15/2020

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALS

Mark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body of work by artist KARA MARIA. “Cloud Crystals” is a collaborative monotype project between artist Kara Maria and artist/master printmaker Kathryn Kain. In November 2019 Maria and Kain worked together for four days at Kain’s press Atelier Blu Rose in San Francisco to produce 33 unique, handmade monotypes that celebrate winter.

YOU CAN VIEW THIS SHOW NOW AT: http://bit.ly/37lyRPa

In this exhibition we survey 29 monotypes from San Francisco-based painter Kara Maria. Her work reflects on political topics – feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract marks, with representational elements.

These works were inspired by the 1864 book Cloud Crystals: A Snow-Flake Album. It documents the work of Frances Chickering—who used a cut-out method based on her direct observation of individual snowflakes under magnification to record more than 200 shapes. Maria and Kain utilized stencils they made based on Chickering’s original illustrations to create their Cloud Crystals series.

Maria and Kain began working together while Kain was Master Printer for Smith Andersen Editions (SAE) in Palo Alto, CA. Founded by Paula Kirkeby in 1969, the small fine arts press encouraged experimentation with the monoprint and monotype until its closure in 2016. After completing several projects published by SAE between 2002 and 2010 in the more traditional artist/master printmaker relationship, Maria and Kain decided to try something new. They made their first collaborative monotype project (Arcadian Duet) published by SAE in 2015—meaning that the two worked together equally as both artists and printmakers for the project. Cloud Crystals marks their second such collaborative effort, and the first published by Atelier Blu Rose.

KARA MARIA produces paintings and work on paper that reflect on political themes such as feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract mark

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALSMark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body ...
01/14/2020

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALS

Mark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body of work by artist KARA MARIA. “Cloud Crystals” is a collaborative monotype project between artist Kara Maria and artist/master printmaker Kathryn Kain. In November 2019 Maria and Kain worked together for four days at Kain’s press Atelier Blu Rose in San Francisco to produce 33 unique, handmade monotypes that celebrate winter.

YOU CAN VIEW THIS SHOW NOW AT: http://bit.ly/37lyRPa

In this exhibition we survey 29 monotypes from San Francisco-based painter Kara Maria. Her work reflects on political topics – feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract marks, with representational elements.

These works were inspired by the 1864 book Cloud Crystals: A Snow-Flake Album. It documents the work of Frances Chickering—who used a cut-out method based on her direct observation of individual snowflakes under magnification to record more than 200 shapes. Maria and Kain utilized stencils they made based on Chickering’s original illustrations to create their Cloud Crystals series.

Maria and Kain began working together while Kain was Master Printer for Smith Andersen Editions (SAE) in Palo Alto, CA. Founded by Paula Kirkeby in 1969, the small fine arts press encouraged experimentation with the monoprint and monotype until its closure in 2016. After completing several projects published by SAE between 2002 and 2010 in the more traditional artist/master printmaker relationship, Maria and Kain decided to try something new. They made their first collaborative monotype project (Arcadian Duet) published by SAE in 2015—meaning that the two worked together equally as both artists and printmakers for the project. Cloud Crystals marks their second such collaborative effort, and the first published by Atelier Blu Rose.

KARA MARIA produces paintings and work on paper that reflect on political themes such as feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract mark

Amy Myers Exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition Opening Today AMY MYERS Selected Works 2003-2019 View Now on ARTSY at: Amy M...
01/14/2020
On View Now: Amy Myers Exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition with Mark Moore Fine Art

Amy Myers Exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition Opening Today AMY MYERS Selected Works 2003-2019 View Now on ARTSY at: Amy Myers (b. 1965, Austin, TX) is a New York-based artist whose large-scale abstract drawings and paintings simultaneously reference particle physics, biology, philosophy, the human mind, and the mechanics of the universe. Myers has received numerous grants and fellowships, including The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant; Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts; Ellen S. [ 239 more words ]
http://markmooregalleryblog.com/2020/01/14/closing-soon-amy-myers-exclusive-artsy-online-exhibition-with-mark-moore-fine-art/

Amy Myers Exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition Opening Today AMY MYERS Selected Works 2003-2019 View Now on ARTSY at: Amy Myers (b. 1965, Austin, TX) is a New York-based artist whose large-scale abstr…

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALSMark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body ...
01/12/2020

On View Now - KARA MARIA: CLOUD CRYSTALS

Mark Moore Fine Art presents an exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition of a new body of work by artist KARA MARIA. “Cloud Crystals” is a collaborative monotype project between artist Kara Maria and artist/master printmaker Kathryn Kain. In November 2019 Maria and Kain worked together for four days at Kain’s press Atelier Blu Rose in San Francisco to produce 33 unique, handmade monotypes that celebrate winter.

YOU CAN VIEW THIS SHOW NOW AT: http://bit.ly/37lyRPa

In this exhibition we survey 29 monotypes from San Francisco-based painter Kara Maria. Her work reflects on political topics – feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract marks, with representational elements.

These works were inspired by the 1864 book Cloud Crystals: A Snow-Flake Album. It documents the work of Frances Chickering—who used a cut-out method based on her direct observation of individual snowflakes under magnification to record more than 200 shapes. Maria and Kain utilized stencils they made based on Chickering’s original illustrations to create their Cloud Crystals series.

Maria and Kain began working together while Kain was Master Printer for Smith Andersen Editions (SAE) in Palo Alto, CA. Founded by Paula Kirkeby in 1969, the small fine arts press encouraged experimentation with the monoprint and monotype until its closure in 2016. After completing several projects published by SAE between 2002 and 2010 in the more traditional artist/master printmaker relationship, Maria and Kain decided to try something new. They made their first collaborative monotype project (Arcadian Duet) published by SAE in 2015—meaning that the two worked together equally as both artists and printmakers for the project. Cloud Crystals marks their second such collaborative effort, and the first published by Atelier Blu Rose.

KARA MARIA produces paintings and work on paper that reflect on political themes such as feminism, war, and the environment. She borrows from the broad vocabulary of contemporary painting; blending geometric shapes, vivid hues, and abstract mark

David KlamenUntitled 2015 (Meta-Painting Installation)   An Exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition on view now at: http://bit...
01/11/2020

David Klamen
Untitled 2015 (Meta-Painting Installation)
An Exclusive ARTSY Online Exhibition on view now at: http://bit.ly/2vZSGLr

In recent years, the work of David Klamen has used various visual images and processes to investigate the question of how we know our cultures and ourselves. In his most recent variation on this theme, Klamen has created a collection of paintings of paintings, or “meta-paintings.”

This multi-canvas installation consists of an historically diverse set of twenty-four separate paintings, each inspired by a masterwork, carefully arranged together to create a unified installation.

Consistent with his other works, Untitled 2015 (Blue Meta-Painting Installation) overlaps multiple artistic traditions into a single work, combining the installation style of the nineteenth century salon with his trompe l’oeil meta-paintings. From a distance, the large oval installation offers an intricately composed play of fractured angles that suggest a nearly cubistic sense of space. Rectangular canvases depicting paintings at tilted angles ricochet our attention across the picture planes. From the sparkling gilded frames of the old masters to the punctuated color of Mondrian and Monet, Klamen compresses the scale of the originals into a carefully orchestrated intertextual performance. Like an art historical library, this meta-painting installation offers an experience of ongoing comparison, discovery and contemplation.

Check out “David Klamen at Mark Moore Gallery” from willteeyang on Vimeo. The video is available for your viewing pleasure at:
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Since 1984, Mark Moore has been a leading champion of emerging and mid-career contemporary artists in Southern California. Until 2016, he was the founder and principal of Mark Moore Gallery – an acclaimed Los Angeles space that was family owned and operated for nearly thirty-two years. Recognizing the rapid changes of the gallery industry and the modern needs of his clients, Moore decided to pivot the focus of his business from the traditional gallery model to a private agency that would allow for increased project flexibility and individualized consulting. Mark Moore Fine Art is a progression from Moore’s gallery history, with a similarly ambitious roster of represented artists and activity in the secondary market. With Moore’s broad experience, MMFA provides tailored collection management, consulting, project management, public artwork commissions, exhibition design, and curatorial services with the attentiveness of a small-scale firm. For a detailed history of our past exhibitions and projects, please got to: www.markmoorefineart.com

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