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At the Opening of Not Color Absolute @ Proto Gallery

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Gili Levy

Lauren Collings and Ginny Casey

Clare Grill

Ginny Casey

Lauren Collings

Exhibiting artist, Gili Levy talks with a gallery visitor before one of her paintings.

Clare Grill

Gili Levy


Not Color Absolute
Ginny Casey   Lauren Collings   Clare Grill   Gili Levy
On view through March 8th
Proto Gallery 66 Willow Street Hoboken, NJ 07030

Fran O'Neill @ Life on Mars w/ Ben Pritchard in the Project Room

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Installation view of new paintings by Fran O'Neill in the main gallery at Life on Mars.

Fran O'Neill

Installation view with work by Fran O'Neill and Ben Pritchard (on the wall to the left).

Installation view with work by Fran O'Neill.

Fran O'Neill


Fran O'Neill

Fran O'Neill (detail from work shown above).

Ben Pritchard in the gallery's Project Room.

Ben Pritchard

Ben Pritchard

Ben Pritchard

Ben Pritchard

Ben Pritchard

Installation view of work by Ben Pritchard.


Fran O'Neill: Painting Her Way Home
and Ben Pritchard in the Project Room

Through February 15, 2015

Life on Mars
56 Bogart Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206

New in the Studio - 01/30/2015

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Carole's King 1939, 2015, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 58 inches.

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Studio view with Carole's King 1939 in Bushwick, Brooklyn.



*All images and photos © Paul Behnke 2015

The New York School, 1969 @ Paul Kasmin Gallery

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Installation view. Photo courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery

 Installation view. Photo courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery

 Installation view. Photo courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery




From the Press Release:
New York Painting and Sculpture: 1940 - 1970 was the Met's most exciting exhibition to date under the auspices of director Thomas Hoving, who turned Henry Geldzahler loose to price the art world to alertness. Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce The New York School, 1969: Henry Geldzahler at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, on view at 293 Tenth Avenue from January 13 - March 14, 2015. Curated by Stewart Waltzer, this comprehensive group show reprises Geldzahler's seminal exhibition and includes exemplary works by Josef Albers, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Joseph Cornell, Mark di Suvero, Dan Flavin, Helen Frankenthaler, Adolph Gottlieb, Hans Hoffmann, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Morris Louis, Robert Motherwell, Isamu Noguchi, Kenneth Noland, Claes Oldenber…

Portraits: Jack Bush

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Jack Bush at his easel, 1946. Photo: Gilbert A. Milne

Portrait of Jack Bush (detail), 1946. Photo: Gilbert A. Milne

Portrait of Jack Bush at Park Gallery, 1958. Photo: The New Studio Photography

Painters Eleven:left to right: Tom Hodgson, Alexandra Luke, Harold Town, Kazuo Nakamura, Jock Macdonald, Walter Yarwood, Hortense Gordon, Jack Bush, and Ray Mead. The two canvases facing forward represent Oscar Cahen who tragically died in a car crash in 1956 and the canvases facing the wall are for William Ronald who had resigned from the group in 1957. Photo: Peter Croydon


Jack Bush
Painters Eleven

Jack Bush @ The National Gallery of Canada

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Light Grey, July 1968 acrylic on canvas, 226 × 172.7 cm (89 × 68 in.) Private Collection © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2014) Photo: Michael Cullen, TPG Digital Art Services



Pinched Orange, December 1964 oil on canvas, 220.9 × 177.8 cm (87 × 70 in.). Collection of Audrey and David Mirvish, Toronto. © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2014) Photo: Craig Boyko



Tall Spread, June 1966 acrylic on canvas, 271.7 × 152.4 cm (107 × 60 in.) National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2014) Photo © NGC



Grey V March 1967 
acrylic on canvas, 193 × 274.9 cm (76 × 108.25 in.)
Tedeschi Collection, Montreal
© Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2014)
Photo: Michael Cullen, TPG Digital Art Services


Red Grey Totem September 1973  acrylic on canvas, 125.7 × 167.6 cm (49.5 × 66 in.) Collection of Andrée & Léopold Amyot © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2014) Photo: Michael Cullen, TPG Digital Art Services