Exhibition: Tibor de Nagy Gallery Painters & Poets – Celebrating 60 Years

Tibor de Nagy Gallery
724 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
January 15 – March 5, 2011

From Tibor de Nagy Gallery press release:

The Tibor de Nagy Gallery marks its 60th anniversary with “Tibor de Nagy Gallery Painters and Poets,” an exhibition celebrating the gallery’s pivotal role in launching the New York School of Poets and fostering a new collaborative ethos among poets and painters in post-War New York….  The show features paintings by Helen Frankenthaler, Alfred Leslie, Trevor Winkfield, Nell Blaine, Joe Brainard, Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, Jane Freilicher and Fairfield Porter; poetry collections published by the gallery’s imprint, Tibor de Nagy Editions, and featuring work by Frank O’Hara, Kenneth Koch, James Schuyler, John Ashbery, Barbara Guest and others, with illustrations by Tibor de Nagy artists; photographs and films by Rudy Burckhardt; letters, announcement cards and other ephemera; and archival photographs of leading cultural figures of the day by John Gruen and Fred McDarrah.

View the full press release and exhibition page on tibordenagy.com

Oranges and Sardines: Conversations on Abstract Painting

Hammer Museum
November 9, 2008 – February 8, 2009

Oranges and Sardines is an exhibition of art chosen by six contemporary abstract painters – Mark Grotjahn, Wade Guyton, Mary Heilmann, Amy Sillman, Charline von Heyl, and Christopher Wool. The artists’ choices developed during many conversations with Gary Garrels, the curator of the exhibition. The artists each chose one of their own recent paintings as well as work by other artists including Paul Klee, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Francis Bacon, David Hockney, Willem de Kooning, Philip Guston, Eva Hesse, Pablo Picasso, Dieter Roth and others.

The title for the exhibition was inspired by the poem “Why I Am Not a Painter” by Frank O’Hara. The poem is featured in the exhibition and the catalogue.

For more information, videos and lectures go to the Hammer Museum website.

Hammer Museum
10899 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
(310) 443-7000

Exhibition – Manhattan Noon

Winter 2007 – Spring 2008

Manhattan Noon: Photographs by Gus Powell

Museum of the City of New York
Exhibition: Dec. 15, 2007 – May 18, 2008

From mcny.org:

The midday meanderings of New Yorkers on their lunch breaks, famously captured by Frank O’Hara in his 1964 collection Lunch Poems, are the subject of Manhattan Noon, the first large-scale New York presentation of the recent photographs of Gus Powell. The exhibition features some 30 color images, taken by Powell during his lunch hour, that capture the city’s inhabitants in, as O’Hara wrote, “the noisy splintered glare of a Manhattan noon.”

Public Programs:

Gallery Talk
Saturday, January 12, 2:00 PM

Estelle Parsons Reads Frank O’Hara’s Lunch Poems

Sunday, January 13, 12:00 PM

Gallery Talk
Saturday, February 9, 12:00 PM

Exhibit: Imagine! Painters and Poets of the New York School

Spring 2007:

Exhibit: Imagine! Painters and Poets of the New York School

Palitz Gallery at the Syracuse University Joseph I. Lubin House
March 19 – May 4, 2007
Monday – Saturday 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
11 East 61st Street
New York, NY

Palitz Gallery website

View exhibit online at the Syracuse University website

More info from the Syracuse University website:

The University Library’s Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) current exhibition is entitled Imagine! Painters and Poets of the New York School. The exhibition is part of the Syracuse Symposium, which for 2006/2007 has chosen imagination as its theme.

On display is material from the recently processed Grace Hartigan Papers, as well as from the University Art Collection, the Grove Press Archives, and SCRC’s extensive holdings of art and literary magazines from the 1950s. Grace Hartigan (1922–) was a major participant in the explosion of creative energy that was the New York artistic and literary scene of the early 1950s. An important abstract expressionist painter, Hartigan was included in the famous show Twelve Americans at the Museum of Modern Art in 1956. Her friends and correspondents included Frank O’Hara, Larry Rivers, Barbara Guest, and Joan Mitchell.


Exhibit: Imagine! Painters and Poets of the New York School

Fall 2006:

Exhibit: Imagine! Painters and Poets of the New York School

View exhibit online

Syracuse University
E.S. Bird Library, 6th Floor
7 September – 15 December 2006
Viewing Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Exhibit will travel to the Palitz Gallery at the Joseph I. Lubin House in New York City in March 2007.

David Smith: A Centennial

Winter/Spring 2006:

David Smith: A Centennial

Guggenheim Museum
February 3 – May 14 2006

A retrospective exhibition of sculpture, as well as drawings and sketchbooks by the great American sculptor David Smith (1906-1965).

Among the events and programs for the exhibition is the film screening of
“David Smith: Sculpting Master of Bolton Landing” from the series “Art: New York.” This interview of David Smith with Frank O’Hara was produced for Channel 13/WNDT-TV and was first televised on Nov. 11 1964.

The film will be showing for the duration of the exhibition in the New Media Theater:
Sun.–Wed. and Fri. @ 1:00, 1:30, 2:00 and 2:30 PM.

Guggenheim Museum
1071 5th Ave.
New York, NY 10128

More exhibition info: www.guggenheim.org/smith