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Exhibition: "Greg Bogin: Sunny Disposition" @ Marlborough Chelsea - last days!

Marlborough Chelsea is pleased to present Sunny Disposition (JUNE 25 – JULY 31), 2015 a solo exhibition by Greg Bogin, his first with the gallery. The artist is known for his colorful shaped-canvases where the fabric is forced into complex contortions as it is pulled seamlessly taut over wooden panels. 244 more words

Op Art

GARAGE - What's Your Culture? . Devin Troy Strother

When Devin Troy Strother was faced with the mammoth task of filling Marlborough Chelsea with new work in a matter of months, he turned to the familiar for comfort and inspiration. 459 more words

From Child Actor to Gallery Director, Marlborough Chelsea Hires Leo Fitzpatrick

Leo Fitzpatrick is no stranger to the art world. He’s worn many hats over the years, from artist to collector and most recently co-founder of the downtown experimental project spaces… 317 more words

Braving the Tundra for a Hundred Openings: A Frigid Start to the Art World in 2015

Last Thursday, some thirty-odd hours after men with Kalishnikov assault rifles entered the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, the people who go to galleries in New York braved subzero conditions to attend an opening at Mary Boone, and some of them were wearing white t-shirts hand-emblazoned with the phrase “Je Suis Charlie.” The show was “Ryan McNamara: Gently Used,” and with Mr. 1,887 more words

Chelsea wanders

Highlights from the last time I wandered around Chelsea this November.

Willie Doherty, The Amnesiac and other recent video and photographic works,
at Alexander and Bonin Gallery… 143 more words


Todd Levin At The Marlborough Chelsea In New York: 'Another Look At Detroit'

Gallery page here.

Arma Virumque post here.

Drop a line if you’ve been:

‘There is a celebration of Detroit’s vernacular, whether it is in the Ford upholstery samples, posters for classes at Cranbrook Academy of Art in nearby Bloomfield Hills, a Shinola bicycle, or several examples of decorative arts and design from masters like Harry Bertoia and Eero Saarinen.’

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Public Debate

‘Alsoudani, Bacon, Guston, Rego’ at Marlborough Chelsea

It doesn’t seem possible to make war paintings boring. But that is what the young Iraqi-born, New York-based artist Ahmed Alsoudani has managed with the three pieces included in this overly ambitious group show: in his hands, not only war, but history and physical and psychic mutilation have been rendered, well, dull. 372 more words