This past Friday, we opened Cha Jong Rye: Sculptural Landscapes in our Indianapolis gallery space. At the end of this summer, we announced our exclusive representation of Ms. Cha in the United States, and at the beginning of September she flew in for her first solo exhibition in the Midwest. It had been seven years since last having an exhibit in the United States, and we were excited to welcome her to Indianapolis for her first solo show with us.
At the beginning of August, we exhibited at the Seattle Art Fair for the second year in a row. It was great to be back on the West Coast exhibiting works by Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, Cha Jong Rye, David Spiller, Metis Atash, Jason Myers, and Tarik Currimbhoy. We also introduced works by two artists new to the gallery's roster Caroline Dechamby and Sylvestre Gauvrit. If you missed the fair, please reach out to Nicole to receive an e-catalogue from our exhibition.
Currently exhibiting in the Indianapolis gallery space is our fourth installation of prints—Modern and Contemporary Prints. The exhibit features works by contemporary artists Jason Myers and Sabina Klein alongside prints by modern masters like Picasso, Warhol, Frankenthaler, and Calder. The exhibit includes Frankenthaler’s Geisha - considered her last great print - and Warhol’s Miguel Bosé. In 1983, Warhol was commissioned by Bosé’s recording company to produce the cover for his album “Made In Spain”. This was the first time Warhol was aware of the up and coming musician. Read more about this work
The last couple weeks have been a whirlwind of incredible art at Masterpiece London. This was our eighth year exhibiting at the “unmissable fair”.
Now in 2019, Jason Myers’ solo exhibit, Status: Fluid/Dynamic will travel from the Polk Museum (Lakeland, Florida) to the