Fritz Bultman: The Missing Irascible
April 4 - May 11, 2013
Opening reception: Wednesday April 3, 6-8 pm
Edelman Arts is pleased to present The Missing Irascible, a comprehensive exhibition of recently re-discovered work by historic American Abstract Expressionist Fritz Bultman (1919 - 1985). Exploring a multi-faceted body of work that spanned more than four decades. . .
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Doug Argue: The Art of Translation
February 21 — March 30, 2013
Opening reception: February 21, 6-8 pm
Edelman Arts presents “The Art of Translation,” an exhibition of new paintings by genre-busting painter Doug Argue. The exhibit showcases the highly individual conceptual vocabulary Argue brings to his paintings. Asher Edelman, founder of Edelman Arts, believes "Argue’s work represents a totally new view of abstraction.
Torkil Gudnason: Electric Blossom
September 12 — October 27, 2012
Opening reception: September 11th, 6-8 pm
Edelman Arts proudly announces "Electric Blossom," a collection of Torkil Gudnason's effulgent floral portraits, on view from September 12 through October 27. Employing the medium of light, the essential visual medium, in a highly visual way, Torkil captures the suggestive power of nature as the influence on all human creativity.
Scott Covert: The Dead Supreme
July 11 — August 20, 2012
For the last 25 years, Scott Covert's life has been a never-ending, headlong pursuit of the beautiful and damned, beauties and the beasts, the good, the bad and the ugly, the powerful and glorious, the naked and the dead. Edelman Arts is delighted to present the first comprehensive exhibit of the work Scott Covert has created—one grave at a time—since 1996.
Christopher Winter: Unnatural History
May 5 - June 30, 2012
Edelman Arts proudly announces "Unnatural History," on view from May 5 through June 30. This will be Christopher Winter's sixth exhibition with Edelman Arts and will feature new works by the artist.
Abstraction : What is Real
March 1 - April 25, 2012
Abstract painting dictates pictorial space, reconstructing the plane of the canvas itself. Likewise abstract sculpture redefines the surrounding space by molding matter. The artwork becomes a confluence of space, color, form and the artist's psyche. It is a totality. But what is the current state of contemporary abstract art and what constitutes true abstraction? We ask: What is Real?
St. Sebastian: 1530 to 2011
January 2 - February 25, 2012
St. Sebastian is a figure well-established in the visual canon since the early Renaissance as the bound, sensuously semi-nude figure impaled with Roman arrows. This provacative exhibition, anchored by Titian's portrait from c. 1530, explores the evolving interpretation of St. Sebastian from the the 16th century to the present. In direct view of Titian's striking portrait are contemporary depictions of St. Sebastian by Doug Argue, Carlos Betancourt, Fred Holland Day, Yves de Brabander, Red Grooms, Marcia Grostein, Elisa Jensen, Cynthia Karalla, Ross Bennett Lewis, Cathy McClure, Michael Murphy, Eric Rhein, David Vance, Ventiko, and Christopher Winter.
Edelman Arts proudly participated in Art Miami 2011 with a provacative exhibition exploring the intriguing life of Saint Sebastian as a favorite subject of artists from the Renaissance to today. Artists on display included Doug Argue, Carlos Betancourt, Yves de Brabander, David Godbold, Red Grooms, Marcia Grostein, Anthony James, Elisa Jensen, Cynthia Karalla, Cathy McClure, Michael Murphy, Eric Rhein, and Christopher Winter.
Ilya & Emilia Kabakov: The Study of Kabakov
October – December 2011
Ilya Kabakov is recognized as the most important Russian artist to have emerged in the late 20th century. His work speaks as much about conditions in post-Stalinist Russia as they do about the human condition universally. The Study of Kabakov, a survey of works on paper from 1960-1985 by Ilya Kabakov, marked the first time that these foundational works had been exhibited in the United States and provided insight into both the artist's sense of humor, profundity and purpose. Three albums from the 10 Characters series and a comprehensive reference library allowed for an in-depth study of Kabakov's complex conceptual world.
Yasmine Chatila: Reveries and Delusions
June – July 2011
Yasmine Chatila has temporarily set her surveillance equipment aside and picked up more traditional means for creating art. Her new series of collages is a more introverted body of work-an exercise in free association that provides the viewer with a voyeuristic window into her mind, deliberately turning the tables on herself.
Doug Argue: The Study of Infinite Possibilities
April – May 2011Click here to view the press release
John Margolies: Roadside America
July – September 2010
May – June 2010
Yasmine Chatila, Christopher Winter, and Cathy McClure
August – September 2009
Ron Ferri: Painted Books
February – April 2009
Super Crazy Holiday Sale
December – January 2008
Yasmine Chatila: Stolen Moments
September – October 2008
Dennis Oppenheim: My Mind Is My House
May – August 2008
Dennis Oppenheim: Architectural Cactus Installation
May – August, 2008
With Sonnabend Gallery
Dennis Oppenheim: Tumbling Mirage
May – November 2008
Union Square Park
With Department of Parks and Recreation, New York City
Jewelry: Picasso to Kenny Scharf
November – December, 2007
Cathy McClure: Menagerie
October – November, 2007
Neuhoff Edelman Gallery presented "Menagerie," an exhibition of work by Cathy McClure. Known for her zoetropic works based on Victorian era two-dimensional toys, McClure created compositions and environments juxtaposing merriment and exhilaration with apprehension and bewilderment. This show presented a body of work in both kinetic sculpture and film, based on discarded toys
Marisol: Works 1960 – 2007
September – October, 2007
June – August, 2007
Surrealism: Then and Now
November – December 2006
With Paul Kasmin Gallery
Christopher Winter: Virgin Forest
January – February, 2006
With Salander O’Reilly
As Winter's bold North American debut, Virgin Forest's striking series of woodland scenes weave a dreamlike sense of narrative with allusions to the iconography of such masters as Caravaggio, Friedrich and Wyeth. Winter's style is a synthesis of visual similes, locking together story boards or stills from films (an acknowledged passion of the artist are such horror movies as The Blair Witch Project and Hitchcock's Psycho), comic book panels, the suddenly popular (or pretentious, depending on your taste) graphic novel, photographs of the Fifties as well as current magazines.
Beuys and Le Va: Compare and Contrast
January – February 2005
With Sonnabend Gallery