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Hermann Nitsch 2017 Exhibitions Programme

March 21, 2017

2017 is a busy year for Hermann Nitsch. Here is a list of upcoming activities for the Viennese Actionist. 10. March Group exhibition “Reinheit und Ritual – Hans Karl Kandel and Hermann Nitsch” | Galerie Fürth, Fürth (DE) 17. March Solo exhibition | Galerie...

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Art Central Hong Kong 2017 Booth E05

March 12, 2017

We’re excited to return to Art Central Hong Kong 2017. We will be showcasing the works of Sandro Chia, Antonio Santin, Entang Wiharso, Ulf Puder and more at BOOTH E05. There will also be a special presentation of works by Todd Murphy. Download the...

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Five Booths Not to Miss at Volta NY This Year

March 5, 2017

Critic Charles Riley of Hamptons Art Hub picked Liliane Tomasko’s paintings as one of the five not to be missed at Volta this year. The sweeping gestures and fearless colors of Liliane Tomasko’s stunning paintings are the lure, but once I engaged with the...

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VOLTA NY 2017 – Booth A08

March 1, 2017

We’re proud to return to the 2017 edition of VOLTA NY. This year we showcase the works of Liliane Tomasko and Todd Murphy. Please visit us at Booth A08, Navy Pier 90, West 50th Street 12 Avenue. Download the preview of available works from...

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Jeanne Silverthorne Joins Marc Straus

February 25, 2017

We are pleased to announce that Jeanne Silverthorne is now represented by the gallery. A comprehensive exhibition of her sculptures will open in the Fall of 2017. For more than three decades, Silverthorne has taken the studio as her subject. Her work is meticulous...

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Painter’s Table: James Kalm Vlogs Sandro Chia

February 17, 2017

James Kalm visits the opening night of Sandro Chia on Wed, Feb 15, 2017. Kalm notes: “In this, his first major show with Marc Straus Gallery, [Chia] shows a group of recent paintings, many featuring single figures accompanied by animals. Chia’s masterful feel for...

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ARTINFO Interviews Sandro Chia

February 15, 2017

Sandro Chia spoke with ARTINFO about New York City in the 1980s versus now and his desire to return to its gallery scene. In the early aughts, you left New York City to split your time between Tuscany, where you own a vineyard, and...

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Liliane Tomasko Featured on ArtLyst

February 11, 2017

Lizanne Merrill talks to Liliane Tomasko on her first exhibition with Marc Straus Gallery in New York: “I would argue that the hardest thing to do, for a seasoned, well-trained, and technically savvy artist, is to paint like a child. After an impressive education...

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Artist Talk: Sandro Chia & Donald Kuspit, Sat Feb 18, 3pm

February 9, 2017

MARC STRAUS is proud to present an artist talk between renowned art critic Donald Kuspit and Italian artist Sandro Chia on Saturday, February 18th at 3pm. Kuspit comments, “It has been said that in old age one tends to be more epitomizing, suggesting that...

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Sandro Chia “Artist–Saint–Hero” by Donald Kuspit

February 8, 2017

Sandro Chia, “Artist–Saint–Hero” by Donald Kuspit There’s Sandro Chia, the artist-saint, slaying the dragon in Il Pittore, 1978, and there’s Sandro Chia, almost forty years later, no longer Saint George, but still a saint: Saint Francis preaching to the birds—ducks in one work, penguins...

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Sandro Chia New Paintings Opens Feb 15, 2017

February 3, 2017

MARC STRAUS is proud to present the first solo show of new paintings by Sandro Chia in New York in almost a decade. Sandro Chia was among the foremost painters to emerge in the early 80’s. Represented by both Leo Castelli and Sperone in...

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Hyperrealistic Paintings of Antonio Santin

February 2, 2017

Francesca Capossela writes about Antonio Santin’s hyperrealistic rug paintings on the Creators Project: Before the rug series, Santin tells The Creators Project, the painter was working on still lifes. “it was cluttered by a never ending array of belongings and items, people,” he explains,...

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Ulf Puder Reviewed in The Creators Project

February 2, 2017

The Creators Project, part of the VICE network, featured Ulf Puder’s third solo show in New York. Puder’s paintings fall somewhere between a demonstration of the artist’s careful study of form and pure abstraction. His objects are distinct thanks to his strong line, but...

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