American Modernism & Abstraction at The Art Show
A number of galleries will present booths that focus on American modernism and abstraction at The Art Show 2021. In this video series, see works that will be on view in advance of the fair and hear directly from art dealers and artists as they highlight individual works and provide insight into American artistic innovation.
Nicole Amoroso, Managing Director of Avery Galleries, highlights works from the gallery's solo presentation of Arthur B. Carles.
James Barron, of James Barron Art, discusses “Solitary Waves,” a presentation featuring Moira Dryer, Sol LeWitt, André Kertész, and Wolfgang Tillmans, among others.
Tom Colville, of Thomas Colville Fine Art, showcases selections from a group presentation that demonstrates how abstract artists from the 1930s and 1940s were inspired by the collage process.
Contemporary artist Naomie Kremer speaks about her artistic process, a conversation guided by the works on display in Modernism, Inc.’s dual presentation dedicated to Naomie Kremer and Gottfried Helnwein.
Image: Naomie Kremer. Trinity, 2020. Pigment, oil on canvas. Courtesy Modernism Inc., San Francisco.