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510 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
212 399 2636

Alexander Gray Associates is a contemporary art gallery in New York. Through exhibitions, research, and artist representation, the Gallery spotlights artistic movements and artists who emerged in the mid- to late-Twentieth Century. Influential in cultural, social and political spheres, these artists are notable for creating work that crosses geographic borders, generational contexts and artistic disciplines.

Artists Represented:
Polly Apfelbaum
Frank Bowling
Ricardo Brey
Luis Camnitzer
Melvin Edwards
Coco Fusco
Harmony Hammond
Lorraine O'Grady
Betty Parsons
Joan Semmel
Hassan Sharif
Regina Silveira
Valeska Soares
Hugh Steers
Jack Tworkov
Works Available By:
Sergei Eisenstein
Sam Gilliam
Jack Whitten

 
Upcoming Exhibition

Ricardo Brey

510 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

February 28, 2019 - April 6, 2019

 
Past Exhibitions

Joan Semmel

A Necessary Elaboration

510 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

January 10, 2019 - February 16, 2019
Alexander Gray Associates presents "A Necessary Elaboration," an exhibition of new work by Joan Semmel (b.1932), in its fifth exhibition with the artist. In paintings made during the last two years, Semmel continues her investigation of the nude self-portrait, in a series of large-scale canvases featuring the artist’s body as volumetric subject realized through expressive brushwork and brilliant color.

Lorraine O'Grady

Cutting Out CONYT

510 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

October 25, 2018 - December 15, 2018
Alexander Gray Associates presented "Cutting Out CONYT," an exhibition of new work by Lorraine O’Grady (b.1934). Featuring a selection of prints from "Cutting Out CONYT" (1977/2017), in O’Grady’s words, the show revealed her ongoing commitment to “establishing the diptych as a ceaseless conversation of difference.”

Frank Bowling

Frank Bowling: Make It New

510 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

September 6, 2018 - October 13, 2018
Alexander Gray Associates presents its first exhibition of work by Frank Bowling OBE, RA (b.1934), "Frank Bowling: Make it New." Born in British Guiana, Bowling maintains studios in London and New York. For over five decades, his practice has been defined by its integration of autobiography and postcolonial geopolitics into abstraction. Featuring a selection of recent work, the presentation celebrates Bowling’s contributions to the field of painting.

Hugh Steers

The Nullities of Life

510 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

June 6, 2018 - July 20, 2018
Alexander Gray Associates presented its third exhibition of work by Hugh Steers (b.1962—d.1995), "The Nullities of Life." Before his death at 32 from AIDS related complications, Steers created allegorical images that captured the emotional and political tenor of New York in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Embracing representational painting and figuration at a time when such approaches were deemed unfashionable, his intimate compositions are poignant symbols of life under the specter of AIDS. Featuring a selection of paintings and works on paper, the show highlights Steers’ interest in capturing what he once described as “my ‘nullities of life,’” seemingly insignificant moments rendered extraordinary through luminous color and light and evocative forms.

Harmony Hammond

Inappropriate Longings

510 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

April 19, 2018 - May 26, 2018
Alexander Gray Associates presented its third exhibition of work by Harmony Hammond (b.1944), "Harmony Hammond: Inappropriate Longings." Featuring an installation and a selection of mixed media paintings and works on paper, the exhibition highlighted the artist’s practice during the 1990s. These works’ use of materials as visual metaphors for desire, violence, place, and the effects of time, foul weather, and foul play continue Hammond’s ongoing project to “bring content into the world of abstraction.”

Kay Rosen

Stirring Wirds

510 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

February 22, 2018 - April 7, 2018
Alexander Gray Associates presented "Kay Rosen: Stirring Wirds," the artist’s first exhibition with the Gallery. Focused on recent work, the exhibition underscored a political conscience that grounds Rosen’s five decade career exploring the use of language and text.