The American Art Fair and Just Off Madison

No appointment necessary, Works on view through May
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The American Art Fair's online event, May 15 - 22nd, kicks off with an in person open house, May 15th from 11 am - 6pm. On view at Taylor Graham are selections from inventory and new acquisitions. Highlights include Robert Richenberg’s MOMA Collage, included in the Museum of Modern Art’s 1961 exhibition The Art of Collage, a marvelous Self-Portrait by Larry Rivers painted in 1961, two rural landscapes by Wolf Kahn and a New York City scene, At Madison Square, by Guy Wiggins. Sculpture highlights include José de Creeft's masterful direct carved Ecstasy in alabaster from 1956, Elizabeth Catlett's striding bronze Stepping Out, 1987, and Boris Lover-Lorski's gleeming burnished bronze Cretan Dancer, 1930.

Just Off Madison returns this Spring with an in person open house at Upper East Side American galleries. On view in the main room at Taylor Graham are a group of hard edge abstractions by Americans from the mid 1960s through the mid 1970s including Julian Stanczak, Gene Davis, Ilya Bolotowski, Jay Rosenblum, and Hilton Brown. A range of works of sculpture include Japanese direct carver Masayuki Nagare, found object sculptor Deborah Butterfield, acrylic modeler Vasa Velizar Mihich, sounding sculpture by Harry Bertoia, and bronzes in the American figurative tradition by Elizabeth Catlett, Albert Wein, Jose de Creeft, and Harriet Whitney Frishmuth.