188 E 2nd St, New York
Tuesday - Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm
Aug 09-Sep 23
Gertrude Abercrombie, a key figure in mid-century American Surrealism, was a sui generis artist who, from the late 1930s until her death, painted images populated by objects of personal significance--including moons, towers, cats, barren trees, owls, hats, pennants, winding paths, grapes, bridges, Victorian furniture, shells, snails, and doors--to create allegories for her own sometimes perilous emotional and psychological states. Opening Reception: Thu, Aug 9, 6-8pm.
Sep 27-Nov 04
Since the mid-1960s Mogensen has made work that exists unto itself, without any temporal or spatial reference, offering expansive and generous experiences of light, color and form. To preserve both the structure and autonomy of each object, Mogensen does not sign or date his paintings and proceeds with each guided by rules based in elemental mathematics that have been the basis of music and architecture for centuries. Opening Reception: Thu, Sep 27, 6-8pm.