Spanierman Modern , Stand n° AM103

Roansplaywitnessofday, 1980 - Stanley Boxer

Stanley Boxer Roansplaywitnessofday, 1980

Copper Painting, (Luminous
Cobalt) # 3, 2018 -  Catherine Howe

Catherine Howe Copper Painting, (Luminous Cobalt) # 3, 2018

Carborundum and Silver (Violet),
2016 -  Catherine Howe

Catherine Howe Carborundum and Silver (Violet), 2016

Vacationland, 2018 -  Saskia Fleishman

Saskia Fleishman Vacationland, 2018

Sail, 2018 -  Saskia Fleishman

Saskia Fleishman Sail, 2018

I'm So Groovy, Got Power, 2018 -  Kwesi Abbensetts

Kwesi Abbensetts I'm So Groovy, Got Power, 2018

Broiderfries, 1990 - Stanley Boxer

Stanley Boxer Broiderfries, 1990

New Tricks for An Old Dog, 2018 -  Diane Walker- Gladney

Diane Walker- Gladney New Tricks for An Old Dog, 2018

Racoon Dance Party
 -  Diane Walker- Gladney

Diane Walker- Gladney Racoon Dance Party

Delusive Dimension, 2018 - Lisa Corinne Davis

Lisa Corinne Davis Delusive Dimension, 2018

Quixotic Quantum, 2018 - Lisa Corinne Davis

Lisa Corinne Davis Quixotic Quantum, 2018

Psychopathic Turf, 2015 - Lisa Corinne Davis

Lisa Corinne Davis Psychopathic Turf, 2015

Nirobi, 1969 - Pat Lipsky

Pat Lipsky Nirobi, 1969

Slippage, 2017 -  Katherine Parker

Katherine Parker Slippage, 2017

Kick the Can, 2017 -  Katherine Parker

Katherine Parker Kick the Can, 2017

Untitled, 1958 - Lichtenstein Roy

Lichtenstein Roy Untitled, 1958

Studio Session, 1992 -  Sam Middleton

Sam Middleton Studio Session, 1992

Impromptu, 1993 -  Sam Middleton

Sam Middleton Impromptu, 1993

Adagio, 1988 -  Sam Middleton

Sam Middleton Adagio, 1988

Crusade, 1977 - Judith Godwin

Judith Godwin Crusade, 1977

One Plus Two, 1980 - Herbert Gentry

Herbert Gentry One Plus Two, 1980

Among My Friends, 2000 - Herbert Gentry

Herbert Gentry Among My Friends, 2000

Arcade 8, 2018 - Steven Alexander

Steven Alexander Arcade 8, 2018

IS & WAS 25, 2017 - Steven Alexander

Steven Alexander IS & WAS 25, 2017

Cymbals, 1962 -  Sam Middleton

Sam Middleton Cymbals, 1962

Fated 7, 2016 -  Louise P. Sloane

Louise P. Sloane Fated 7, 2016
signed, titled and dated on the veso

Fated 5, 2016

 -  Louise P. Sloane

Louise P. Sloane Fated 5, 2016
Signed, titled and dated on verso

Tomato Patch, Midsummer, 1959 - Manoucher Yektai

Manoucher Yektai Tomato Patch, Midsummer, 1959

Candy, 1969 - Pat Lipsky

Pat Lipsky Candy, 1969

Untitled, 1969 - Willem de Kooning

Willem de Kooning Untitled, 1969

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Kwesi Abbensetts  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Kwesi Abbensetts - I'm So Groovy, Got Power, 2018 I'm So Groovy, Got Power, 2018

  • Steven Alexander  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Steven Alexander - IS & WAS 25, 2017 IS & WAS 25, 2017
    • Steven Alexander - Arcade 8, 2018 Arcade 8, 2018

  • Stanley Boxer  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Stanley Boxer - Broiderfries, 1990 Broiderfries, 1990
    • Stanley Boxer - Roansplaywitnessofday, 1980 Roansplaywitnessofday, 1980

    Also represented by:

  • Dan Christensen  (+)
  • Jasmina Danowski

    Biography : Evoking sensual worlds of luminous emanation, Jasmina Danowski creates vibrant abstract compositions in oil and alkyd on panel and in ink and gesso on paper in which color, texture, and mark form fields of connection and interaction, spontaneous rhythm and thoughtful restraint. As in the art of Joan Mitchell, Danowski's paintings carry reminiscences of nature and still life, but their force is associative rather than literal, evoking the feeling of being in, aroused by, or moving through flowers and landscapes or time and space. Making her own ink and paint and working on the floor, Danowski explores the implications that result during the creative process; she follows her marks to points of decision and logical consequences, exploring the middleground between the abstract and pictorial, between the totality and individuality of forms, and between denotation and connotation. As John Yau recently wrote of the artist's works: "Danowski's uninhibited delight in mark making is rare in contemporary painting, and the anti-puritanical strain running through her work is certainly one of its distinguishing characteristics. It is as if the brushwork, which owes something to both Asian calligraphic art and a potter's hands-on directness, is further informed by the opulent vision of paradise found in Persian Miniatures (another affinity she shares with [Howard] Hodgkin), the material insistence of the gestural brushwork that we associate with Abstract Expressionism, and Fairfield Porter's uncanny ability to reveal the extraordinary beauty of ordinary life. The artist has pulled off the unlikely possibility of infusing nature abstraction with a celebratory vision that edges up against the primordial. Everything is in a state of formation and deformation"[1] Danowski was born in Stuttgart, Germany, and received her B.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute (1990), and her M.F.A. from Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York (1997). She received two Pollock-Krasner awards

  • Lisa Corinne Davis  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Lisa Corinne Davis  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Lisa Corinne Davis - Psychopathic Turf, 2015 Psychopathic Turf, 2015
    • Lisa Corinne Davis - Quixotic Quantum, 2018 Quixotic Quantum, 2018
    • Lisa Corinne Davis - Delusive Dimension, 2018 Delusive Dimension, 2018

    Also represented by:

  • Willem de Kooning  (+)
  • Willem DeKooning

  • Jim Dine  (+)
  • Morel Doucet

  • Saskia Fleishman  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Saskia Fleishman - Sail, 2018 Sail, 2018
    •  Saskia Fleishman - Vacationland, 2018 Vacationland, 2018

  • Herbert Gentry  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Herbert Gentry - Among My Friends, 2000 Among My Friends, 2000
    • Herbert Gentry - One Plus Two, 1980 One Plus Two, 1980

  • Judith Godwin  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Judith Godwin - Crusade, 1977 Crusade, 1977

    Also represented by:

  • Catherine Howe  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Catherine Howe - Carborundum and Silver (Violet),
2016 Carborundum and Silver (Violet), 2016
    •  Catherine Howe - Copper Painting, (Luminous
Cobalt) # 3, 2018 Copper Painting, (Luminous Cobalt) # 3, 2018

    Also represented by:

  • Norman Lewis

  • Pat Lipsky  (+)

    Exhibition : 2017 Pat Lispky: Stain Paintings 1968-75, Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, NY 2015 Pat Lipsky: Twenty Years, Acme Fine Arts, Boston, MA 2006 Color Paintings, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY Les Vitraux, The Church Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York, NY 2005 New Monotypes, Aurobora Press, San Francisco, CA 2004 Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY 2003 Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY L.I.C.K. Ltd. Fine Art, Long Island City, NY 2002 Les Vitraux, Galerie Piltzer, Compagne, Barbizon, France 2001 Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY 1999 Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY The Kitchen, New York, NY 1997 Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York, NY 1994 Virginia Miller Gallery, Coral Gables, FL 1991 Andre Zarre Gallery, New York, NY 1989 Slater-Price Fine Arts, New York, NY 1988 Gloria Luria Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, FL 1987 Promenade Gallery, Hartford, CT 1978 Medici-Berenson Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, FL Andre Zarre Gallery, New York, NY 1976 Berenson Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, FL Deitcher O’Reilly Gallery, New York, NY 1975 Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY 1974 Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY Berenson Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, FL 1972 Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY 1971 Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY London Arts Gallery, Detroit, MI 1970 Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY 1968 Farleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, NJ

    Artist's Objects:

    • Pat Lipsky - Candy, 1969 Candy, 1969
    • Pat Lipsky - Nirobi, 1969 Nirobi, 1969

    Also represented by:

  • Sam Middleton  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Sam Middleton - Cymbals, 1962 Cymbals, 1962
    •  Sam Middleton - Adagio, 1988 Adagio, 1988
    •  Sam Middleton - Impromptu, 1993 Impromptu, 1993
    •  Sam Middleton - Studio Session, 1992 Studio Session, 1992

  • Katherine Parker  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Katherine Parker - Kick the Can, 2017 Kick the Can, 2017
    •  Katherine Parker - Slippage, 2017 Slippage, 2017

  • Mavis Pusey

  • Lichtenstein Roy  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Lichtenstein Roy - Untitled, 1958 Untitled, 1958

    Also represented by:

  • Lorraine Shemesh  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Louise P. Sloane  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Louise P. Sloane - Fated 5, 2016

Fated 5, 2016
    •  Louise P. Sloane - Fated 7, 2016 Fated 7, 2016

  • Frank Stella  (+)
  • Bob Thompson

  • Bob Thompson

  • Diane Walker- Gladney  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Diane Walker- Gladney - Racoon Dance Party
Racoon Dance Party
    •  Diane Walker- Gladney - New Tricks for An Old Dog, 2018 New Tricks for An Old Dog, 2018

  • Manoucher Yektai  (+)

    Biography : MANOUCHER YEKTAI’s life has brought him through three cultures: Iran, France, the United States. This trajectory can be seen as a search for Modernism, and for a participation in Modernism, indeed, for a home in it. For a painter, the itinerary seems clear in its meaning: from Iran where, under Islamic strictures about imagery, free artistic expression was not available, first (with a brief pause in New York) to the ripe ambience of the School of Paris, then (more permanently) to the fledgling excitement of the emerging New York School. But Yektai's development, seen in a larger frame, has not been entirely simple and linear. His trajectory through three cultures seems nomadic, and his identification with Modern New York seems an acceptance of hybridity in the post-Modernist sense; but at the same time, in a kind of artistic double life, he has been careful to maintain his rootedness directly in Persian culture. While he paints in a Modern Western style and is known as an embodiment of the idea of absolute freedom of expression as in Action Painting, still, with another part of his mind, or his heritage, he writes, in the Persian language, long poems which, while they share a sense of mysticism with Rumi, are modern free verse. These are published for an Iranian readership, partly in Iran and partly diaspora residents in the United States. His version of cultural hybridity is not so much shaped by different layers as by different channels: a traditional Persian poet, a Modernist American painter. In 1945, a crucial turning point in western history, Yektai, age 22, graduated from the University of Teheran. At a time when the problems of modernization and westernization had scarcely yet dawned in his homeland, he put that issue behind him by deciding at once to move to France, in search of the Modernist freedom to seek oneself through expression that the School of Paris offered. But the war was not over and Yektai waited in New York for several months, where he

    Detailed Description : Expressionist Action painter

    Artist's Objects:

    • Manoucher Yektai - Tomato Patch, Midsummer, 1959 Tomato Patch, Midsummer, 1959

  • Larry Zox  (+)

About

Spanierman Modern is an art gallery led by Gavin Spanierman, a dealer and consultant with 30 years of experience. His years as Director of Spanierman Gallery, one of Manhattan's foremost galleries and the founding director of Spanierman Modern, have made him uniquely qualified to provide curatorial guidance for building a fine, creative, and personal collection of universal appeal. He has had the honor and responsibility of working closely with some of world's finest museums, auction houses, and private collectors. Spanierman Modern has always employed the philosophy of showcasing the work of prominent and mid-career artists in the modernist tradition. This philosophy has always been to bring new attention to the work of accomplished, yet under appreciated and under represented artists and revealing how these artists have advanced ideas and lessons in powerful and new directions.

The illustrious roster of prominent artists and estates that the gallery has the good fortune to represent include important Color Field, Pop, Minimalist and Abstract Expressionists artists such as Steven Alexander, Dan Christensen, Lisa Corinne Davis, Willem De Kooning, Herb Gentry, Judith Godwin, Norman Lewis, Jacob Lawrence, Pat Lipsky, Sam Middleton, Katherine Parker, Lorraine Shemesh, and Louise P. Sloane.

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Spanierman Modern w:  http://www.spaniermanmodern.com Founded:  2005 Shley Suarez-Bourgos Rochi Llaneza Gavin Spanierman