521 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
212 759 7555
Artists Represented:
Harry Bertoia
Nicky Broekhuysen
Alexander Calder  
Carlos Cruz-Diez  
Pedro S. De Movellan  
Kiel Johnson
Darren Lago  
Sam Messenger  
Kevin Osmond
Tim Prentice  
George Rickey
Mel Rosas  
Kim Rugg  
Boo Saville
Jesús Rafael Soto
Mary Ann Unger  
Victor Vasarely
Tom Wesselmann  
Thomas Witte
Sanford Wurmfeld


Entrance, Maxwell Davidson Gallery

Current Exhibition

Darren Lago
Who's Afraid of Red, White and Green
521 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

May 10, 2018 - June 16, 2018

Past Exhibitions

Torkwase Dyson
521 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

March 15, 2018 - May 5, 2018

Sophie Bouvier Ausländer
521 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

January 18, 2018 - March 10, 2018

Larry Rivers
Public and Private Continued...
521 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

October 26, 2017 - December 22, 2017

Nathan Catlin
The Conspirators
521 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

September 14, 2017 - October 21, 2017
Davidson Contemporary presents The Conspirators, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist Nathan Catlin. Catlin, a master printmaker, has evolved his oeuvre to include large- and small-scale paintings, drawings, sculpture, stained glass and, for this exhibition, a site-specific mural joining the gallery's two main spaces. The works follow a linear narrative featuring nameless characters in strange and often ominous seeming situations. In a forest filled with smoke, figures gather to perform bizarre rites that are dark and yet necessary for survival. Soon, the woods burn down, only to be flooded, stranding the dwindling populace on an endless ocean. A snakebitten hand and a raised axe appear destined to meet. A knife stuck into a smoke-shrouded stump appears again on a drifting dinghy. Filled with allegory and symbolisms, each work is a standalone scene but fits into the greater storyline from the mind of the artist. Nathan Catlin received his MFA in visual arts from Columbia University in 2012, with special focus on printmaking. Since then he has been an adjunct professor teaching relief printmaking at Columbia University and has shown his art around the country and internationally. This is his first solo show with Davidson Contemporary.