Coming in the fall: new prints by Stella Ebner.
Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to present invisible forces, an exhibition of new paintings by Ana Guerra. Works include surface murmuration, tender season, and passing thru, which bring to mind visions of water currents or the piercing light of stars in inky skies. Guerra describes that the paintings form the experiences we all share — Find out more »
Exhibition: SERENA PERRONE Out of the Fire Location: SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2019 866 United Nations Plaza (on 48th Street), 2nd Floor, Booth W29 Dates: March 5 – 11, 2019 Buy tickets here Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to participate in SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2019 with a solo installation and exhibition of work by Serena Perrone Find out more »
We are pleased to show the final installment of works celebrating the life of artist Donnamaria Bruton. The works in the third exhibition are counterpoints to Bruton’s work in drawing, painting and printmaking. Three bodies of work comprise the exhibition including Bling, a series of 100 bracelets with cameo and drawing beneath; The Calculations Project, Find out more »
We are pleased to announce back-to-back exhibitions celebrating the life’s work of painter, printmaker and sculptor Donnamaria Bruton. In this second installment, Part II, The Later Years, the large-scale works are mythic combinations of color, form and texture using materials such as paint, paper, stenciled lace, cotton, and glitter. Talisman-like and spiritual in their demeanor, Find out more »
We are pleased to announce back-to-back exhibitions celebrating the life’s work of painter, printmaker and sculptor Donnamaria Bruton. In the first installment, floor to ceiling paintings engulf and enliven the gallery as they transform from the depths of Sepulcher 1991 to the intense bright of Day Words Dream Titles 1992-93. The paintings express her continued interest Find out more »
Thomas Sgouros’ paintings in the Remembered Landscapes series began in the early 1990s out of a deep dedication to painting and a willingness to change in the midst of an illustrious career established in realism. With the swift onset of macular degeneration, Sgouros was no longer able to render scenes from life so he used Find out more »
Cade Tompkins is pleased to follow her participation in Master Drawing New York 2018 with an exhibition of drawings by gallery artists in her Providence gallery. Contemporary Master Drawings features new works on paper by artists including Allison Bianco, Nancy Friese, Julie Gearan, Daniel Heyman, Sophiya Khwaja, Mary Hutchins, Serena Perrone, Dan Talbot, Max Van Find out more »