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Margaret Loy Pula Opens September 9th

August 28, 2017

MARC STRAUS is pleased to present the second solo exhibition of Indigenous artist Margaret Loy Pula, featuring a body of new work based on her distinct “Anatye” or bush potato series. Margaret Loy Pula is a painter who belongs to the Anmatyerre tribe of...

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Hermann Nitsch Opens September 9th

August 28, 2017

MARC STRAUS is pleased to present the second solo exhibition of Viennese artist Hermann Nitsch at the gallery. To celebrate the occasion Nitsch concluded a landmark 75th Painting Action, comprising 12 paintings dedicated to Marc and Livia Straus. Co-founder of the Viennese Actionism Movement...

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Entang Wiharso Featured in Museum of Modern Art Gunma Japan

August 11, 2017

A major work by Entang Wiharso from the Taguchi Art Collection will be featured in “The Art Show – Art of the New Millenium in Taguchi Art Collection” group exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma (Gunma, Japan). On view from September 16...

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Otis Jones Joins MARC STRAUS

July 21, 2017

MARC STRAUS is pleased to announce that Otis Jones has joined the New York gallery. Born in Galveston, Texas in 1946, Jones has created a distinctive body of abstract paintings in his long and illustrious career. His sculpted paintings may seem muted at first...

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Paul Laster Interviews Hermann Nitsch on ARTPULSE

July 11, 2017

One of the founders of the radical art movement Viennese Actionism in the 1960s, Hermann Nitsch is widely known for his actions and paintings created for his ritualistic Theater of Orgies and Mysteries. Now 78, the Austrian artist has created thousands of artworks during...

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Jeanne Silverthorne in New York Times, 1999

July 1, 2017

New York Times 8/13/1999 Jeanne Silverthorne ‘The Studio Stripped Bare, Again’ Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris Article by Holland Cotter In this funny Grand Guignol installation, black electrical cords are everywhere. They hang in swags from the ceiling of the Philip...

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