Friday, July 8, 2011

Art in Chelsea: 7/8/11

White - Hot @ Margaret Thatcher Projects

Venske & Spanle (left) and Kevin Finklea

Analia Saban

Jaq Belcher (left) and Rainer Gross

The Women In Our Life @ Cheim & Read

Linda Benglis (on wall) and Louise Bourgeois

Louise Fishman (left) and Ghada Amer

Linda Benglis

Louise Fishman

Linda Benglis (left) and Joan Mitchell

Louise Fishman
Linda Benglis

Alice Neel

Joan Mitchell

Jenny Holzer

Chantal Joffe (left) and Jenny Holzer

Summer Group Show @ Kathryn Markel Fine Arts

Deborah Zlotsky

Deborah Zlotsky

Deborah Zlotsky

2 + 2 = 4 @ Elizabeth Harris Gallery

Susanna Starr  

Susanna Starr

Gelah Penn

Flowers (in Gallery II)  and Summer Paper @ Lori Bookstein Fine Art

Paul Resika

Paul Resika

Paul Resika
Paul Resika

Willard Boepple (upper two images) Thomas Nozkowski (lower)

Arshile Gorky (left) and Robert De Niro Sr.

The House Without The Door @ David Zwirner

Francis Alÿs

Robert Gober

Maureen Gallace

Luc Tuymans

Philip-Lorca diCorcia (far left) and David Altmejd

Rachel Whiteread

Isa Genzken

Louise Bourgeois

Installation view

Painting Expanded @ Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

Rita Ackermann, Aaron Bobrow, Richard Prince, Michael St. John @ Andrea Rosen 

Rita Ackermann

Richard Prince (foreground), Aaron Bobrow, Michael St. John

John Chamberlain: New Sculpture @ Gagosian Gallery (24th Street)

John Chamberlain

John Chamberlain

John Chamberlain

Matthew Ronay: Between the Worlds @ Andrea Rosen

Matthew Ronay

Picasso and Marie Thérèse: L' Amour Fou @ Gagosian Gallery (21st Street)

*Photograph by Rob McKeever from the Gagosian Galery website.


lucy mink said...

thank you Paul for posting all these photos of work I am not seeing in person, I especially love that Francis Alys painting.

Paul Behnke said...

You're welcome Lucy.
That was a great show. The Picasso show was also a knockout but unfortunately they have a no photos policy. Those two drawings in the background of the website photo were incredible!

Paul Behnke said...

@Lucy- I also really liked the Cheim & Read show "The Women in Our Life" So much good stuff there.

brian edmonds said...

Why do you torture me so? I would like to see more of C. Joffe's work. Seems like I saw a show of female artist last year at Cheim and Read. Did you have a chance to see the Picasso show of late work at the Gagosian last year? Man it was mind blowing.

Paul Behnke said...

That was the only Joffe work that they had in the show...I'd like to see more.