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The Best Photos of the Day

artdaily.org awards Group Matrix installation Best Photo of the Day

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STUX + HALLER

STEPHEN HALLER GALLERY moves to 57th Street!

Read about it here (pdf)


Lloyd Martin

Great feature article about Lloyd Martin in Elle Decor's 25th Anniversary September Issue

Read about it here (pdf)


Kate O'Donovan Cook

I’ll Be Your Mirror: the Photographs of Kate O’Donovan Cook exhibition at the Mattatuck museum gets a terrific review!

Read about it here (pdf)


Kate O'Donovan Cook

Cook's solo exhibition opens at the Mattatuck Museum: I’ll Be Your Mirror: the Photographs of Kate O’Donovan Cook

Read about it at artdaily.org


New England Biennial

Art New England reviews the New England Biennial selected by gallerist Stephen Haller.

Read about it here.


Lloyd Martin

Lloyd Martin's exhibition Mettere receives a great review in Art New England. Read it here.

A video link to the exhibition is on our Facebook page.


Larry Zox

Larry Zox's painting is a focal point David Scott's design.

Read about it in the Wall Street Journal.

 


Larry Zox at the National Gallery of Art

Larry Zox's Decorah, in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Art, is now on exhibition in the Atrium of the museum's East Wing.

 


Sam Jury wins MIT Exhibition Award

Stephen Haller Gallery artist Sam Jury wins first prize in "To Extremes: Public Art in a Changing World". An invitational juried exhibition of imaginative and striking proposals for public artworks that explore climate change and extreme events. Reception April 23rd, MIT, Boston, MA.

Read more here.


Sam Jury is Perlmutter Award Winner

The Rose Art Museum and Stephen Haller Gallery are happy to announce that artist Sam Jury will be honored on November 1st with the 2011 Ruth Ann and Nathan Perlmutter Award.

The award honors emerging artists on the cusp of international acclaim. Roxy Paine, Barry McGee, Dana Schutz, and Alexis Rockman are among the past recipients.

Read more here.


Larry Zox

Larry Zox's painting is included in the current exhibition at Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain Painterly Abstraction, 1949- 1969: Selections from the Guggenheim Collections (curated by Tracey Bashkoff, Megan Fontanella) from June 14, 2011 until January 8, 2012.

This exhibition explores the most important trends in US and European art in the 1950s and 1960s.

The exhibition also features work by Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Rauschenberg, Karel Appel, Alberto Burri, Antoni Tàpies, Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely, and Piero Manzoni.

Read more here.

Larry Zox

Ronnie Landfield

Read the David Cohen review of Ronnie Landfield's Structure and Color exhibition on artcritical.com.

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Sam Jury

Sam Jury at the Rose Art Museum.

Collecting Stories: The collection's growth over five decades is conveyed in this selection of major works, from gifts of modernist paintings that inspired the Rose's formation to contemporary art acquisitions connected to its legacy of bold exhibitions.  Artists include Jasper Johns, Louise Nevelson, Nam June Paik, Richard Prince, Jenny Holzer, Dana Schutz, Kiki Smith, and Sam Jury.


Larry Zox

Larry Zox at Weserburg.

Color in Flux at the Museum of Modern Art Weserburg in Bremen, Germany celebrates the 20th anniversary of the museum.

Works by the most important representatives of Abstract Expressionism and Color Field Painting will be compared with works by younger artists.

Featured artists include Ai Weiwei, Lynda Benglis, Helen Frankenthaler, Morris Louis, Sigmar Polke, Roxy Paine, Gerhard Richter, Andy Warhol and Larry Zox.

Read more here.


Larry Zox

Larry Zox at the Palm Springs Art Museum.

Blast from the Past: 60s and 70s Geometric Abstractions organized by Chief Curator Katherine Plake Hough includes artists from the permanent collection including Larry Zox and Frank Stella.


Read more here.


Sam Jury

Sam Jury at the Krannert Art Museum.

At Fifty: Krannert Art Museum, 1961-2011 curated by Michael Rush runs from August 26 through October 23, 2011.

The exhibition creates a dynamic synergy among works from different historical periods and includes artists such as Gustave Courbet, Jasper Johns, Barbara Kruger, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol and Sam Jury.

Read more here.

Sam Jury Portrait

Larry Zox

Read the review of the current Larry Zox exhibition Larry Zox: Collage Paintings from the 1960's on ArtSlant.

Read more here.


Lloyd Martin

Read the review of Lloyd Martin's solo exhibition Interstices in the June/July issue of City Arts written by Maureen Mullarkey here.


Larry Zox

Larry Zox's painting Decorah (1968) from his Single Gemini Series of the 1960's has just been acquired by the National Galley of Art in Washington, D.C.

Larry Zox: Collage Paintings from the 1960's will open on June 30, 2011 at Stephen Haller Gallery and will include rare early works from the late artist's personal collection.


 

Ronnnie Landfield

Three works of art by Ronnie Landfield are currently on exhibition at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia in 50 Works for 50 States: The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection through June 5, 2011.


Catherine Gfeller

Photographer Catherine Gfeller's solo exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Luzern in Lucerne, Switzerland opened on February 26, 2011 and will run through May 8, 2011.

Visit the museum website to learn more about Catherine Gfeller's exhibition and view exhibition works here.

 

Catherine Gfeller


Ronnie Landfield

Take a virtual visit of Ronnie Landfield's studio and learn about the artist whom Louis Zona, Director of the Butler Institute of American Art, called "pure and simple, one of the best painters in America."

Watch the video here.

Directed, shot & edited by Iva Radivojevic.

 


Sam Jury

The Sam Jury video all things being equal has been acquired by the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), Dublin, Ireland for its permanent collection.

View an excerpt of the video on The Brooklyn Museum of Art's Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base.

 

Sam Jury


Johnnie Winona Ross

Read the Johnnie Winona Ross review in the December/January issue of Modern Painters written by Charlie Schultz.

Read more here.

Johnnie Winona Ross

Larry Zox

The work of Larry Zox is included in the exhibition Color Fields (curated by Richard Armstrong) at Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin from October 22, 2010 until January 10, 2011.

The exhibition features prominent representatives of post war abstract painting such as Morris Louis, Frank Stella, Helen Frankenthaler, Mark Rothko, and Larry Zox.

Cynthia Griffin Haller represented the gallery at the opening of the exhibition in Berlin.

Zox’s painting Esso Lexington, companion piece to the Guggenheim's Alto Velto and to the major Zox painting in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, hangs in Gallery III at Stephen Haller Gallery.

Read more here.

Larry Zox

 

Sam Jury

Read the review of our recent Sam Jury exhibition in the October issue of Art in America here.

Sam Jury's work is included in the Feminist Art Base of the Brooklyn Museum of Art's Elizabeth A. Sackler Center. See the work online here.

Sam Jury Art In America

 

Johnnie Winona Ross

Johnnie Winona Ross is currently exhibited in 2 solo exhibitions: at the New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe and the Harwood Museum of Art, Taos.

Read Maureen Mullarkey's City Arts Magazine review of Stephen Haller Gallery's Johnnie Winona Ross exhibition here.

Also read Desert Muse: The Paintings of Johnnie Winona Ross, which appeared in El Palacio Magazine, here.

Johnnie Winona Ross

Larry Zox

Larry Zox’s paintings were recently included in two exhibitions about Max’s Kansas City artists at Steven Kasher and Loretta Howard galleries, and in the current Abrams Image book: Max’s Kansas City: Art, Glamour, Rock and Roll.

Stephen Haller Gallery represents the Estate of Larry Zox. An outstanding Zox painting from this period currently hangs at the gallery.

Larry Zox

Kate O’Donovan Cook

A new series of photographs by Kate O’Donovan Cook has arrived at the gallery.

Congratulations to Kate on the successful completion of her MFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art.


Sam Jury

Museum director, curator, author, and critic Michael Rush interviews SAM JURY for his online radio show RUSH INTERACTIVE.

Listen to the interview on ART ON AIR

Sam Jury Portrait

Johnnie Winona Ross

In January 2010, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery acquired Johnnie Winona RossDeep Creek Seeps 101, 2008, 48 x 46 inches.

Visit Albright-Knox Art Gallery

View works by Johnnie Winona Ross

Sam Jury

An exhibition of Sam Jury’s work opened on Jan. 6, 2010 in the Process Room of the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin where she was an artist-in-residence at the Museum.

Her video work, forever is never, was also installed at the Herbert F Johnson Museum, Cornell and was followed by her first NY solo exhibition at Stephen Haller Gallery in April, 2010.

Read an interview with Sam Jury in Glass Magazine UK (pdf)

View exhibition detail at Herbert F Johnson Museum

the untroubled blue #3 by Sam Jury

Lloyd Martin

Lloyd Martin was honored with the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Painting Fellowship.

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Kate O’Donovan Cook

The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University has aquired Kate O’Donovan Cook’s Waldorf Series of photographs for its permanent collection. O’Donovan Cook’s work joins fellow Stephen Haller Gallery artists Larry Zox and Sam Jury, whose work is also represented in the museum’s permanent collection.

Visit the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

Waldorf 5 by  Kate O’Donovan Cook

Ronnie Landfield

Two large scale paintings (13 x 9 feet) by Ronnie Landfield were recently installed in the lobby at 1177 Sixth Avenue (at 46th Street) in New York City.

Listen to an interview with Ronnie Landfield on ART ON AIR

Spirit on High by Ronnie Landfield

Johannes Girardoni

Johannes Girardoni’s work was included in Chicago’s Elmhurst Art Museum exhibition: Contemporary Works from the Cleve Carney Collection, a contemporary selection which also included works by Roxy Paine, Jenny Holzer, Johannes Girardoni, Mel Bochner and others – January, 2010.

Read more about the exhibition

On the West Coast, Girardoni’s work was included in the California Center for the Arts exhibition: Three Decades of Contemporary Art, which featured works by Ryan McGinness, Johannes Girardoni, Robert Irwin and others - December 31st, 2009.

Read more about the exhibition

Johannes Girardoni installation

Nobu Fukui

Nobu Fukui's work was included in the Haggerty Museum of Art’s exhibition, entitled Jump Cut Pop, featuring over fifty works by six artists from the mid-1960s to 2008 inspired by the Pop Art movement. The exhibition explored the juxtaposision of photo-based images drawn from popular culture with text and/or seemingly unrelated popular images.

Read more about Jump Cut Pop (pdf)

Nobu Fukui at the Haggerty Museum of Art

Giorgio Morandi

Stephen Haller was interviewed by artist/writer Joanne Mattera about his recollections of Giorgio Morandi, with whom he spent time in Bologna, Italy as a young man. Morandi was not only a mentor and great inspiration to Haller, but also became a friend.

Haller further discussed his relationship with Morandi for Voice of America, in concurrence with Morandi and Modern Still Life at the The Phillips Collection in Washington DC during the summer of 2009.

Read Stephen Haller’s interview about Morandi (pdf)

Giorgio Morandi and Stephen Haller

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