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  • Aspen, CO

    • Sanford Biggers
      209 South Galena Street
      Aspen, CO 81611
      July 26, 2019 - September 2, 2019

       
    • Taryn Simon
      209 South Galena Street
      Aspen, CO 81611
      July 26, 2019 - September 2, 2019

       
     
  • Beverly Hills, CA

    • Craig Kauffman

      Drawings from 1958-9

      9953 South Santa Monica Boulevard
      Beverly Hills, CA 90212
      July 13, 2019 - September 14, 2019

       
    • Jay DeFeo

      The Language of Gesture

      9953 South Santa Monica Boulevard
      Beverly Hills, CA 90212
      July 13, 2019 - September 14, 2019

       
     
  • Bryn Mawr, PA

    • Summer Selections
      100 Chetwynd Drive
      Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
      June 7, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
     
  • Chicago, IL

    • fmsbwtözäu pggiv-..?mü (for Stephen Foster)
      2021 South Wabash Avenue
      Chicago, IL 60616
      July 6, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
    • Inka Essenhigh

      Uchronia

      835 West Washington Boulevard
      Chicago, IL 60065
      June 1, 2019 - August 24, 2019

       
     
  • Dallas, TX

    • Jennifer Steinkamp
      5020 Tracy Street
      Dallas, TX 75205
      August 24, 2019 - October 12, 2019

       
    • Sam Reveles

      Poulaphouca: New Paintings and Work on Paper

      5020 Tracy Street
      Dallas, TX 75205
      August 24, 2019 - October 12, 2019

       
     
  • Germantown, NY

    • Valeska Soares

      Ouroboros

      222 Main Street
      Germantown, NY 12526
      August 2, 2019 - August 25, 2019
      Valeska Soares creates poetic works that fuse and expand upon the languages of post-minimalism and conceptual art. The installation "Ouroboros" (2014) maps the relationships between time and space. The work’s title refers to the symbolic representation of a serpent swallowing its own tail—a metaphor for wholeness and infinity. Soares replaces this mythological act of consumption with a golden pocket watch (in Portuguese, the word for gold is ouro) that is suspended from the ceiling by a delicate wire. The watch executes an almost imperceptible rotation in space, turning at the speed of one revolution per hour. Deprived of its hour hand, which Soares removed, the clock loses its function of offering a reference to a specific moment in the day. Instead, it attests to the inexorable passing of continuous time.

       
     
  • Houston, TX

    • Kristin Musgnug

      Disturbed Ground

      3901 Main Street
      Houston, TX 77002
      July 12, 2019 - September 7, 2019

       
    • Jana Vander Lee

      Again and Again

      3901 Main Street
      Houston, TX 77002
      July 12, 2019 - September 7, 2019

       
    • Katsumi Hayakawa

      Particles Of Light

      2242 Richmond Avenue
      Houston, TX 77098
      July 27, 2019 - September 21, 2019

       
    • Flora
      2012 Peden Street
      Houston, TX 77019
      July 13, 2019 - August 24, 2019

       
     
  • Kinderhook, NY

    • Basquiat x Warhol
      25 Broad Street
      Kinderhook, NY 12106
      June 1, 2019 - September 7, 2019

       
     
  • Los Angeles, CA

    • Living In A Lightbulb: Curated by Jenny Jaskey and Mia Locks
      1010 North Highland Avenue
      Los Angeles, CA 90038
      June 1, 2019 - August 30, 2019

       
    • Anthony Hernandez

      Screened Pictures

      1201 South La Brea Avenue
      Los Angeles, CA 90019
      July 13, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
    • Scene

      Monique Mouton

      1201 South La Brea Avenue
      Los Angeles, CA 90019
      July 13, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
    • María Berrío

      A Cloud's Roots

      1227 North Highland
      Los Angeles, CA 90038
      June 1, 2019 - August 24, 2019

       
    • John Armleder

      Sh/Ash/Lash/Splash

      5130 West Edgewood Place
      Los Angeles, CA 90019
      June 27, 2019 - August 24, 2019

       
    • Betty Woodman

      Shadows and Silhouettes

      5130 West Edgewood Place
      Los Angeles, CA 90019
      June 27, 2019 - August 24, 2019

       
    • Rosebud
      1062 North Orange Grove
      Los Angeles, CA 90046
      July 13, 2019 - August 24, 2019

       
    • Rosebud
      7818 Santa Monica Boulevard
      Los Angeles, CA 90046
      July 13, 2019 - August 24, 2019

       
     
  • New York, NY - 57th Street

    • American Western Art

      Now

      60 West 55th Street, 5th Floor
      New York, NY 10019
      March 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019
      name goes here

       
    • Western Art

      1830 - Present

      60 West 55th Street, 5th Floor
      New York, NY 10019
      February 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019

       
    • Benny Andrews, Steven Assael, Bo Bartlett, Robert Bauer, William Beckman, Elaine de Kooning, Philip Evergood, Alan Feltus, Paul Fenniak, Walton Ford, Gregory Gillespie, Chaim Gross, Robert Gwathmey, Susan Hauptman, Xenia Hausner, Auguste Herbin, Bela Kadar, Jules Kirschenbaum, Kathe Kollwitz, David Levine, Reginald Marsh, Anthony Mitri, Alyssa Monks, Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Elie Nadelman, Clio Newton, Larry Rivers, Hugo Robus, Norman Rockwell, Brian Rutenberg, John Singer Sargent, Wade Schuman, Raphael Soyer, Ernst Thoms, Stephanie Wilde

      Person to Person

      475 Park Avenue
      New York, NY 10022
      June 6, 2019 - August 30, 2019
      An exhibition of sculpture, paintings, and drawings that portray the human figure in narrative action.

       
    • The Art Dealer as Scholar
      24 West 57th Street
      New York, NY 10019
      July 16, 2019 - October 11, 2019

       
    • Allan Sekula

      Labor's Persistence

      24 West 57th Street
      New York, NY 10019
      June 27, 2019 - August 23, 2019

       
    • Bard x HGG, curated by Stephen Shore
      41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406
      New York, NY 10022
      June 20, 2019 - August 29, 2019

       
    • Bruce Davison

      Time of Change

      41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406
      New York, NY 10022
      June 20, 2019 - August 29, 2019

       
    • Bruce Davidson

      Central Park

      41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406
      New York, NY 10022
      June 20, 2019 - August 29, 2019

       
    • Jack Bush, Gene Davis, Friedel Dzubas, Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Penelope Krebs, Morris Louis, Howard Mehring, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Larry Poons, Frank Stella, Theodoros Stamos, Esteban Vicente, Jack Youngerman

      Fields of Color II

      745 Fifth Avenue
      New York, NY 10151
      May 25, 2019 - August 23, 2019
      YARES ART is pleased to present Fields of Color II, an exhibition of major Color Field works, on view in New York, May 25 - August 23, 2019. Presenting works by Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, and Helen Frankenthaler, innovative artists who used pouring and staining techniques in expansive compositions that changed the course of twentieth-century painting. Also on view are works by contemporary artists, including Larry Poons and Penelope Krebs, who continue to redefine Color Field and expand the expressive possibilities of abstract painting today. Featured in this exhibition are important examples of paintings by Hans Hofmann, the Abstract Expressionist maestro, whose works such as Opulence (1954) and Setting Sun (1957), included in the show, had a lasting impact on the Color Field painters. Rounding out the roster of celebrated Color Field classics are Gene Davis, Friedel Dzubas, Howard Mehring, and Thomas Downing. Among the show's many highlights are Louis's 1961 "Stripe" painting, Third Element; Olitski's brilliant Z (1964), with a magenta orb and a dramatic band of green pulsating against a searing yellow ground; and Poons's panoramic Hunch (2018). At nearly five-by-twenty-five feet, this resplendent work is one of the largest and most spellbinding compositions that the artist has created. With a tour-de-force of painterly acumen, Poons presents an arresting play of color, light, and movement that offers a vital link between Color Field's history and future, a fitting denouement of the exhibition Fields of Color II.

       
     
  • New York, NY - Chelsea

    • Music is the Message
      529 West 20th Street, 5th Floor
      New York, NY 10011
      July 16, 2019 - October 5, 2019

       
    • Body/Object
      531 West 26th Street
      New York, NY 10001
      July 11, 2019 - August 23, 2019
      A group exhibition of paintings and drawings from the 1970s to the present.

       
    • Teresa Burga
      510 West 26th Street
      New York, NY 10001
      September 5, 2019 - October 12, 2019
      Alexander Gray Associates presents its first exhibition of works by Teresa Burga (b.1935). A pioneering figure in Latin American Conceptualism, since the 1960s Burga has made works that encompass drawing, painting, sculpture, and conceptual structures that support the display of analytical data and experimental methodologies. The exhibition features a selection of historic illustrations and recent drawings, as well as never-before realized large-scale sculptures and a new wall drawing, based on schematics Burga created in the 1970s.

       
    • Clay
      520 West 27th Street
      New York, NY 10001
      June 19, 2019 - September 3, 2019

       
    • African Spirits Group Exhibition
      245 Tenth Avenue
      New York, NY 10001
      July 11, 2019 - August 23, 2019

       
    • Thomas Lyon Mills

      Liminal Space

      529 West 20th Street, 3rd Floor
      New York, NY 10011
      July 11, 2019 - September 7, 2019

       
    • Transcript - Yale MFA Photography 2019 Thesis Show
      525 West 22nd Street
      New York, NY 10011
      July 11, 2019 - August 23, 2019

       
    • William T. Williams

      William T. Williams: Recent Paintings

      100 Eleventh Avenue
      New York, NY 10011
      September 6, 2019 - November 9, 2019
      Opening Reception: Thursday, September 5, 2019 / 6–8PM

       
    • James Turrell

      Roden Crater and First Light Aquatints, 1984-1990

      515 West 26th Street
      New York, NY 10001
      July 9, 2019 - August 23, 2019

       
     
  • New York, NY - Downtown

    • 20/20 - Group Exhibition: curated by Vlad Smolkin
      176 Grand Street
      New York, NY 10013
      May 31, 2019 - August 30, 2019

       
     
  • New York, NY - Midtown

    • Keith Sonnier

      Ethereal/Ephemeral: Keith Sonnier in the Sixties

      24 West 40th Street
      New York, NY 10018
      September 20, 2019 - November 20, 2019
      This exhibition focuses on ephemerality as a formative principle in Keith Sonnier’s work through a display of sculpture from the 60s and 70s which mark his initial engagement with this concept/quality.

       
     
  • New York, NY - Upper East Side

    • Keith Sonnier

      Ethereal/Ephemeral: Keith Sonnier in the Sixties

      18 East 77th Street, 3rd Floor
      New York, NY 10075
      September 20, 2019 - November 20, 2019
      This exhibition focuses on ephemerality as a formative principle in Keith Sonnier’s work through a display of sculpture from the 60s and 70s which mark his initial engagement with this concept/quality.

       
    • Michael Light

      Full Moon

      980 Madison Avenue
      New York, NY 10075
      July 17, 2019 - August 23, 2019

       
    • Giorgio Morandi

      Linear Impulse

      980 Madison Avenue
      New York, NY 10075
      June 20, 2019 - September 10, 2019

       
    • Summer Exhibition
      13 East 69th Street, Suite 4F
      New York, NY 10021
      July 15, 2019 - August 30, 2019

       
    • Portraits
      20 East 79th Street
      New York, NY 10075
      May 15, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
    • Outlines
      2 East 75th Street, 1A
      New York, NY 10021
      May 4, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
    • James Lee Byars
      4 East 77th Street
      New York, NY 10075
      June 27, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
     
  • San Francisco, CA

    • Sara VanDerBeek

      Roman Women

      1150 25th Street
      San Francisco, CA 94107
      June 27, 2019 - August 30, 2019

       
    • Colter Jacobsen
      1275 Minnesota Street
      San Francisco, CA 94107
      September 3, 2019 - September 28, 2019

       
    • Summer Sessions Part 2: Fugitive Material
      1275 Minnesota Street
      San Francisco, CA 94107
      August 2, 2019 - August 24, 2019

       
    • Major Contemporary Works
      10 Hawthorne Street
      San Francisco, CA 94105
      May 16, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
    • Summer Choices: A Group Exhibition
      20 Hawthorne Street
      San Francisco, CA 94105
      June 8, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
    • Likenesses
      49 Geary Street, Suite 540
      San Francisco, CA 94108
      July 9, 2019 - August 31, 2019

       
    • Rina Banerjee

      New Paintings on Paper

      260 Utah Street
      San Francisco, CA 94103
      September 3, 2019 - October 12, 2019
      Hosfelt Gallery presents a solo show of new mixed media paintings on paper by Kolkata-born, New York-based Rina Banerjee, as an ancillary exhibition to her touring mid-career survey, currently on view at the San Jose Museum of Art. Banerjee’s sensuous and otherworldly paintings reflect both her transnational background and her mastery of materials and image-making to examine and describe the complexities of 21st century globalism. Delicately rendered in inks, metallic leaf and collaged elements, female figures float in worlds both fluid and ambiguous. They’re dislocated, detached and in states of transformation — sometimes shifting between human and bird or beast. She spins narratives relating to colonialism, environmentalism, immigration and identity, poetically tackling the big issues from the perspective of a woman of color.

       
    • Reed Danziger

      To Sweep the Horizon

      260 Utah Street
      San Francisco, CA 94103
      September 3, 2019 - October 12, 2019
      Reed Danziger thinks of herself as a researcher, documenting the scene of a disruption in an imagined time and space. Her artworks take the form of large-scale paintings on paper, in which she develops a vocabulary of mark making using watercolor, ink and graphite to record moments of flux. In some of these paintings, she captures explosive instants frozen in time. In others, she represents continuously flowing energy. The resulting “imagery” is both fast and slow, filled with flashes of momentum and moments of calm, and reveals evolutionary layers of process that speak to the relationship between the fluid and the fixed. Though completely abstract, the paintings are metaphors for transition, be it scientific, cultural or personal. In each piece she uses the representation of something unseen – energy – as a symbol for the human effort to understand and cope with things that are ultimately unknowable and outside our control.

       
    • Jonathon Keats

      Pioneers of the Greater Holocene

      724 Ellis Street
      San Francisco, CA 94109
      September 5, 2019 - September 5, 2019
      GRASSROOTS INITIATIVE WILL TERRAFORM CITIES TO QUASH THE ANTHROPOCENE Pioneers Of The Greater Holocene Will Launch In San Francisco On September 5th – Modernism Gallery Will Host Debut Event – Global Expansion Will Be Coordinated By New University Institute August 12, 2019 – As the International Union of Geological Sciences assesses human impact on the planet, determining whether our species has triggered a new geological epoch, a grassroots organization has begun a global effort to give back Earth's crust to all forms of life. The Pioneers of the Greater Holocene will survey spaces shared by humans and other organisms, documenting symbiotic living arrangements as inspiration for future ecosystems, while simultaneously collaborating with non-human species to renegotiate the realms that Homo sapiens dominates today. "The International Union of Geological Sciences is expected soon to proclaim a new epoch dubbed the Anthropocene," says experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats, founding president of the Pioneers. "While their work is laudable, we need to take it as a challenge. We should do all we can to protect and promote the Holocene, the geological epoch we inherited." With the launch of a San Francisco chapter on September 5th, the Pioneers will systematically catalogue places in the Bay Area where attributes of the Holocene still endure, from Muir Woods to the weeds growing out of Mission District sidewalk cracks. These will not only serve as models for Holocenic revival elsewhere in the world, but also may provide scientific grounds for remaining within the current epoch as we contend with Anthropocenic excess. "Geologists have a fixed procedure for deciding when a new epoch begins," Mr. Keats explains. They must identify a material change in Earth's strata – such as the global impact of an asteroid strike – and then stake out geological evidence of the transition with a golden spike. "Until the spike is struck, we have an opportunity to preserve the Holocene by curtailing use of Anthropocenic substances such as industrial fertilizers, fly ash and plastics, and changing the socioeconomic systems that bring environmental ruin. We have the potential to bound the human stratum, and perhaps even to remediate it, putting the Anthropocene behind us as an unfortunate geological interlude." To offset the Anthropocene, and to foster ecosystems where all life can thrive, the Pioneers will collaborate with plants, fungi and bacteria to rewild the planet. In San Francisco, a city undergoing rapid development, the organization will distribute seed packets containing native grasses that will take root wherever people spread them, from empty lots to busy streets. Over time, these grasses will provide the groundwork for forests to flourish within the urban matrix, not as decorative features for humans but as habitats where all species meet as equals. The organization will also provide a special nutrient mix for lichens, symbiotic organisms capable of transforming concrete into soil while also purifying the atmosphere. "We can't direct how this formula may be washed over skyscrapers, any more than we can officially sanction appropriation of jackhammers to plow through highway asphalt and plant the interstates with grass," says Mr. Keats. "The Bay Area has a reputation for disruption. Preventing a new epoch by re-terraforming the planet is the ultimate disruptive act." Eventually comprising a global network of concerned humans and other organisms from all phyla, the Pioneers are expected to become a force of nature. Members will also actively support environmental scientists through their documentation of Holocenic ecosystems they find and create, contributing photographic records to the archive of a new Institute for the Greater Holocene. Opening in the fall of 2020, and hosting a major exhibition on life after the Anthropocenic interlude, the Institute will be situated at a major state university, the name of which will soon be released. "The Holocene began with the end of the last ice age 11,700 years ago," observes Mr. Keats. "Since interglacial periods typically last 40,000 years, we should be able to enjoy our epoch for another twenty-five to thirty millennia. This layer of crust we live on is really quite pleasant. We can probably sustain it, and be sustained by it, if we don't give in to Anthropocenic fatalism." ... The Pioneers of the Greater Holocene will hold a special launch event on Thursday, September 5th from 5:30 to 8:00 at Modernism Gallery, 724 Ellis St., San Francisco, CA. Visits can be arranged by appointment through September. For more information, call 415/541-0461, email info@modernisminc.com, or visit www.modernisminc.com/artists/Jonathon_KEATS/ ... Acclaimed as a "poet of ideas" by The New Yorker and a "multimedia philosopher-prophet" by The Atlantic, Jonathon Keats is an artist, writer and experimental philosopher. His conceptually-driven interdisciplinary projects explore all aspects of society through science and technology. In recent years, he has installed a camera with a thousand-year-long exposure time – documenting the long-term effects of climate change – at the Arizona State University Art Museum; launched a reciprocal biomimicry initiative – allowing non-human species to benefit from human technologies – at Bucknell University; opened a photosynthetic restaurant serving gourmet sunlight to plants at the Crocker Art Museum; and installed a cosmic welcome mat – greeting beings from throughout the universe – at the International Astronautical Congress. Exhibited internationally, Keats's projects have been documented by PBS, Reuters, and the BBC World Service, garnering favorable attention in periodicals ranging from Science to Flash Art to Slate to The Economist. He is the recipient of multiple Yaddo and MacDowell Fellowships, and has lectured at institutions including Stanford University, the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), which awarded him a 2015-16 Art + Technology Lab Grant. His latest book, You Belong to the Universe: Buckminster Fuller and the Future has recently been published by Oxford University Press, which also published his previous book, Forged: Why Fakes Are the Great Art of Our Age. He was recently the Black Mountain College Legacy Fellow at the University of North Carolina - Asheville, and is currently a Research Fellow at the Nevada Museum of Art's Center for Art + Environment, a Polar Lab Artist at the Anchorage Museum, and an Artist-in-Residence at both the Fraunhofer Institutes in Germany and UC Berkeley's Sagehen Creek Field Station in California. A monograph about his art is forthcoming from the Anchorage Museum and Hirmer Verlag. He is represented by Modernism Gallery in San Francisco.

       
    • Laurie Lipton

      Ex Machina

      724 Ellis Street
      San Francisco, CA 94109
      July 10, 2019 - August 31, 2019
      Modernism is pleased to present its first one-person exhibition of drawings by Los Angeles-based artist Laurie LIPTON. “In intricate drawings, Lipton seductively leads us into the drama of a fun house world where technology has gone wild. Her artistic vision is unique in contemporary art and can be easier associated to the apocalyptic cinematic vision of Ridley Scott’s BLADE RUNNER (1982) and Terry Gilliam’s BRAZIL (1985)”. —Robert Flynn Johnson, Curator Emeritus, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Lipton’s work presents unflinching commentary on the complexities of modern life, both in society at large and for individuals, including the horrors of war, alienation caused by technology, and our “post-truth” world where everything washes over us like fiction. The public is cordially invited to attend an opening reception on Wednesday, July 10th, from 5:30-8PM. To read the full press release please visit our website. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL: 415/541-0461 / FAX: 415/541-0425, OR EMAIL TO: info@modernisminc.com. HI-RES IMAGES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

       
    • Peter Sarkisian

      Videomorphic Figures

      724 Ellis Street
      San Francisco, CA 94109
      July 10, 2019 - August 31, 2019
      Modernism is pleased to present a solo exhibition of recent works by Peter SARKISIAN, a Santa Fe-based new-media artist. All of Sarkisian’s work is grounded in the idea that video, in it’s ubiquitous and most popular form, is an experientially void medium, and that by depriving ourselves of experience in favor of information-based images, we have become unable to grasp the meaning of consequence or to coexist with mutual understanding. His installations therefore attempt to steer the world’s most influential medium back on a collision course with the viewer in order to reintroduce an element of experience to the viewing process. If the filmmaker’s traditional goal is to distract viewers through the suspension of self-awareness, then Sarkisian’s goal is to create a sense of heightened self-awareness by engaging the viewer in constructed environments that blur the line between what is real and what is mediated. "The Videomorphic figures—a phrase Sarkisian coined to describe the video/sculptural hybrid form—are comprised of 3D printed forms onto which animated motions and gestures are projected. Although the robots are noteworthy in part because of their overly cartoon-like compositions, the increasing sophistication of Sarkisian’s projections situates them in a place of the uncanny, where it is easy to reassure oneself at one moment that these objects have not and can never be alive, while still being lured into occasional moments of doubt when the combination of solid form and lifelike motion let us glimpse a world of the future, when actual robots, in the form of charming humanoids will be our near-constant companions." —Dan Cameron, Curator (Excerpt from catalogue essay for the exhibition Sarkisian & Sarkisian, organized by the Orange County Museum of Art, 2014) WATCH VIDEO OF THE VIDEOMORPHIC FIGURES at https://vimeo.com/79895782 The public is invited to attend an opening reception on Wednesday, July 10, from 5:30 to 8pm. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL: 415/541-0461 / FAX: 415/541-0425 OR EMAIL: info@modernisminc.com HI-RES IMAGES UPON REQUEST.

       
    • The Empathy Lab
      488 Ellis Street
      San Francisco, CA 94102
      July 11, 2019 - August 24, 2019

       
     
  • Santa Fe, NM

    • Sean Cavanaugh

      Under The Elder's Gaze

      1222 Flagman Way
      Santa Fe, NM 87505
      August 2, 2019 - September 28, 2019
      YARES ART is pleased to present Sean Cavanaugh: Under the Elder's Gaze, an exhibition of recent works centered on intimate nature studies. The show appears at YARES ART, Santa Fe, August 2-September 28, 2019. Highlighted here are approximately two dozen of Cavanaugh's precisionist oil-on-canvas paintings and luminous works on paper featuring detailed renderings of trees. Cavanaugh's meticulously wrought compositions are often intimate in scale but expansive and powerful in scope and ambition. "Often trees are the oldest living members of the environment, and some are the oldest life forms on Earth," the artist noted in a recent statement. "It is my hope that my work expresses some measure of their presence, quiet wisdom, and beauty." Cavanaugh's sensitive and astute approach to nature studies conveys an increasing sense of urgency today, as the natural environment becomes ever more threatened by recent attempts to reverse environmental protections throughout this country and abroad. Due to the artist's commanding technical ability, a botanist would be able to easily recognize the various species of trees that Cavanaugh focuses on in his work. However, with his subtle and stunning nuances of tone and texture, Cavanaugh's work, on some level, advances the possibilities of pure painting. The painterly aspect of his endeavor is befitting an artist who grew up surrounded by paintings-those of his mother March Avery, and his grandparents Sally and Milton Avery-all artists whose work reflects a special reverence for nature. Born in 1969, Cavanaugh received a Bachelor of Arts degree in both art and environmental studies from Pitzer College in Claremont, California. Having developed his own inimitable painting style over the years, Cavanaugh has held numerous solo gallery and museum exhibitions throughout the country, most recently at the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.

       
     
  • Venice, CA

    • Terry Allen

      The Exact Moment It Happens in the West

      45 North Venice Boulevard
      Venice, CA 90291
      June 26, 2019 - August 24, 2019