February 15, 2018—August 17, 2018
(An Appropriate Distance) From the Mayor's Doorstep
Review: "Colors" at FreedmanArt, By Piri Halasz
April 1, 2018
A singularly inventive group show at FreedmanArt is “Colors” (through May 12). The idea for it was born when the gallery’s director, Ann Freedman, visited the Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA last year, to see its exhibition devoted to Sam Kootz, the pioneering art dealer who early on represented Adolph Gottlieb, Motherwell & Hofmann, among others. While Freedman was there, her attention was drawn to a poem entitled “Colors” by a 12-year-old schoolgirl named Zoe Kusyk that had been inspired by a 1977 Larry Poons painting at the Fralin. The poem had won first prize in the annual competition inspired by the museum for works of prose or poetry inspired by works in the museum’s collection. The poem itemizes different colors but perfectly captures the way they all run together in the Poons painting and tells how the disparate but very human stories they tell also become one in the end.
Madison Avenue Gallery Walk | ARTnews
"Ideas on Color" - A Gallery Talk with Noted Scholar and Critic Karen Wilkin, Saturday, April 28th at 11:00am
Please join us on Saturday, April 28th from 11:00am to 11:30am for “Ideas on Color” – A Gallery Talk with Noted Scholar and Critic Karen Wilkin. The Curator Talk is part of the 2018 Madison Avenue Gallery Walk event presented by ARTnews.
- To attend, kindly RSVP: http://www.artnews.com/events/freedmanart-2/
The Josef & Anni Albers Foundation
2018 New York, FreedmanArt, Colors
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Click link to see an image of the Josef Albers currently in our exhibition.
Press Release, COLORS | Opening Thursday, February 15, 2018
January 24, 2018
FreedmanArt is very pleased to present “Colors,” opening February 15, 2018. The exhibition will feature works by over twenty-five artists, including Josef Albers, Jack Bush, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Larry Poons, Kurt Schwitters, and Frank Stella, among others.