Louise Nevelson is the subject of a solo exhibition at the Moderna Museet opening September 9, 2017. This exhibition looks at the trajectory of Nevelson's expansive artistic career, examining closely her large-scale sculptures as connected to her practice in collage. From all matte-black wooden sculptures to collages composed with newspaper clippings, Nevelson's work was rooted in the "poetic observations of the overlooked objects." Louise Nevelson will be on view September 9, 2017 through Jan
The Rose Art Museum will revisit the first-ever survey of Louise Nevelson's work presented at the museum in 1967. Reflections: Louise Nevelson, 1967 gathers archival material, installations photographs, correspondence, and artist-drawn floor plans to mark the 50th anniversary of the ground-breaking exhibition. Visitors can experience the original installation through virtual reality headsets, with technology developed by students at Brandeis University’s MakerLab. Reflections: Louise Nevelson
On Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 6 - 8 p.m., the New York Public Library presents an Art Book Series event highlighting "Louise Nevelson: Light and Shadow." Join Laurie Wilson in conversation with Arezoo Moseni as they discuss the remarkable life and art of Louise Nevelson in a presentation that considers the key elements of the artist's work, the links between her childhood experiences and adult life as an artist, and the major influences on her evolving style. Visit the New York Public Lib
Join us at 300 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA on Wednesday September 28, 10am as Dr. Laurie Wilson discusses her new book Louise Nevelson: Light and Shadow. Her involvement with Nevelson dates back to the 1970s when she spent fifteen hours interviewing the artist for her doctoral dissertation, Louise Nevelson: Iconography and Sources (1978), which was subsequently published in the series Outstanding Dissertations in the Fine Arts. There will be an open Q & A to follow with the author, Dr.
After over three years of restoration work, Louise Nevelson’s Night Presence IV has been reinstalled at its home on Park Avenue near 92nd Street. The steel sculpture, measuring at 22-feet tall, is known as “one of the crown jewels” in New York City’s public art collection, and was originally donated by the artist in honor of her 50th anniversary of living and working in the city. The conservation work was realized with support from Pace’s Milly Glimcher, who maintained a close relationship
Pace is pleased to announce its inaugural participation in SP-Arte, taking place at the Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo, in São Paulo from 4 – 7 April 2013. The gallery’s booth (G2) will include Joel, a large-scale oil-on-canvas portrait of American sculptor Joel Shapiro by Chuck Close; an elegant sculpture by Alexander Calder; a stained glass sculpture homage to the legendary Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer by Brian Clarke; and a painting by Mark Rothko. The gallery is proud to feature work
The first comprehensive monograph of Louise Nevelson, written by curator and art historian Germano Celant, is now available for sale on Pace’s website for a reduced pre-publication price. The monograph includes 100 large-format works in full-page reproductions, 460 images of installations, collages, and designs arranged in chronological order, plus broad historical documentation and a timeline of the political and cultural events that shaped the artist’s world.
Hidden below the towering skyscrapers of Manhattan's Financial District lies a distinctive exhibition of American public art—one that nearly ceased to exist. Late last month, the city's Department of Design and Construction reinstalled an ensemble of abstract modern sculpture titled "Shadows and Flags" in the very spot where its creator, the late Louise Nevelson, had placed it when the park opened 32 years ago. It was the final phase of a $2 million project to restore Louise Nevelson Plaza, a tr
As the saying goes, the fox knows many little things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing. As designers go, L.A.-based Kimberly Ovitz is very much a hedgehog. Over the course of only a few seasons, Ovitz has distilled the look of her line to a few key elements: a palette of neutrals, silhouettes clean and geometric, equestrian-inspired details, and an emphasis on draped jerseys and knits that gives her collections a quality of surprising coziness. That's not a bad formula for a designer, especia