41 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022
212 319 1996



Artists Represented:
CONTEMPORARY
Kenneth Blom
Glenn Goldberg
Raymond Han
Terrell James
Kevin King
Nick Lamia
Li-lan
Bryan Osburn
Christiane Löhr
Grégoire Müller
Victoria Neel
Philip Smith
Annelies Strba

ESTATES
Bernard Childs
Stephen Greene
Frederick Kiesler
Charles Pollock

ARTISTS WE WORK WITH
Constantin Brancusi
Matthew Bliss
Giorgio Cavallon
Lorenzo Cardi
Johan Christian Dahl
Elena del Rivero
Yvonne Estrada
Joe Fyfe
C. W. Eckersberg
Michael Goldberg
Adolph Gottlieb
Lee Krasner
Milton Resnick
Elisa Lendvay
Robert Motherwell
Rob Nadeau
Masayuki Nagare
Isamu Noguchi
Robert Ohnigian
Charles Pollock
Jackson Pollock
Richard Pousette-Dart
Willy Bo Richardson
Erik Schmidt
David Smith
Leon Polk Smith
Mark di Suvero
Bob Thompson
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Balint Zsako


 

 
Installation View: DOMESTICITY, curated by Stephanie Buhmann and Samantha McCoy, Summer 2014. Courtesy of Jason McCoy Gallery, NY


 
Upcoming Exhibition

Ilana Manolson
Ilana Manolson: Sum of
41 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022

June 6, 2017 - July 28, 2017
CATALOGUE AVAILABLE Jason McCoy Gallery is pleased to announce its second solo exhibition of Ilana Manolson, featuring a selection of new paintings.

 
Past Exhibitions

Frederick Kiesler
Galaxies
41 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022

November 21, 2016 - January 28, 2017

Richard Diebenkorn, David Hockney, Donald Judd, Frederick Kiesler, Sol LeWitt, Masayuki Nagare and Leon Polk Smith
The Architecture of Line
41 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022

November 21, 2016 - January 28, 2017

Black & White: Modern and Contemporary Positions
41 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022

September 14, 2016 - October 22, 2016

Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, Paul Klee, Lee Bontecou, and others.
Master Drawings
41 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022

May 16, 2016 - July 29, 2016
Jason McCoy Gallery is pleased to present MASTER DRAWINGS, an exhibition composed exclusively of works on paper from a selection of twentieth century masters. The drawings in this exhibition range in both scale and medium, spanning a large variety of artistic movements, styles and techniques. While František Kupka’s Woman Picking Flowers from 1909-10, a complex study for the artist’s famous painting of the same title, is the earliest example in the show, Richard Diebenkorn’s Untitled (Ocean Park), 1991, marks the latest. Highlights include a large abstract watercolor by Lee Krasner on handmade Howell paper, a delicate pencil study by Paul Klee depicting a child in motion, as well as a multi-panel Galaxy installation by Frederick Kiesler. Additionally, two works from Jackson Pollock’s psychoanalytic series, Untitled (Number 65), 1939-40 and Untitled, 1939-40, composed of sixty-nine works in total, was completed while Pollock was undergoing psychoanalysis with Dr. Joseph Henderson. In an effort to open communication and perhaps recalling earlier psychotherapeutic experiments, Pollock began to make drawings to supplement words where words alone had been inadequate. The imagery in these works recall Surrealist iconography, a significant source of inspiration for Pollock, but also illuminate the artist’s unique and alchemical vocabulary, as well as his attraction to psychic automatism. Indeed, it is clear how this series affected the artist’s artistic development, specifically his drip paintings of the 1940s. Meanwhile, two works on paper by Larry Rivers pay homage to the artist’s draftsmanship while also revealing his use of this craft to transcribe his daily life, and the important people who surrounded him. As John Russell aptly noted in The New York Times in 1979: “Rivers is a very good draftsman by any standard, but, more than that, he is a man who lives through drawing. He draws his friends, his lovers, the banknote in his pocket and the package of cigarettes that he has just picked up at the tobacconist’s, and he makes of these drawings a light-handed autobiography that is a joy to read.” In contrast, Lee Bontecou’s two drawings in this show seem to render imaginary landscapes that are steeped in an almost otherworldly beauty. While intimate in scale, both works illustrate an acute sensibility for form and volume, evocative of the artist’s ability to exude a powerful energy with refined means.

Stephen Greene
1960s Abstractions
41 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022

March 7, 2016 - May 7, 2016