Taylor | Graham is one of the most diverse and unique galleries in the world. We expertly handle American and European paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries, covering all major and minor movements from Academic, Impressionist, Symbolist, Expressionist, Tonalist, and Modernist to Post-War and Contemporary. The gallery is distinguished by our museum-quality sculpture, also covering the above periods. As well, we selectively work with vintage and contemporary photography.
We are busy curating and getting ready for Master Drawings week, which begins with our cocktail party opening on Friday, January 25th!
It is one of our favorite exhibitions of the entire year. For 2019 we will exhibit vignette-style groupings of works on paper and complementary sculpture, dating from the 19th century forward to Contemporary.
In February we mount an inaugural exhibition of the French Postwar painter François Aubrun, an artist whose estate and life’s work we are proud to represent.
As the market has become surprisingly buoyant this winter, we are turning attention toward bolstering our Impressionist and Modern offerings, working more with photography and forward-looking media on the Contemporary front, and strengthening, as always, our commitment to acquiring quality works of sculpture.
'JUDY CHICAGO: A RECKONING' @ ICA MIAMI
The Judy Chicago Retrospective will be on view December 4th, 2018—April 21, 2019, and includes test plates from the artist's famed piece "The Dinner Party."
GALLERY TOUR WITH DRAWING NEW YORK
Join us at 1PM on Friday, February 1 as Drawing New York tours the 67th Street galleries participating in Master Drawings 2019. We will be giving a special talk on drawing as it relates to painted and sculpted forms throughout history.
'FRANÇOIS AUBRUN: L'ABSOLUE PEINTURE' @ MUSÉE ANGLADON
From February 8 to May 5, 2019, the Musée Angladon—Collection Jacques Doucet will hold an exhibition of Aubrun's works created between 1980—2008. The vernissage will be preceded by the screening of the film Aubrun. L'absolue peinture (Frédéric Pajak, 2019) at the Cinéma Utopia-République in Avignon.