• Graphics

    Robert Motherwell: selected prints 

    May 01 2011 - Jun 01 2011

    Marlborough Graphics is pleased to announce an upcoming exhibition of selected prints by Robert Motherwell. The exhibition will include works from The Basque Suite, the Africa Suite and London Series I and II, published by Marlborough Graphics in 1970 and 1971.

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    Summary: Selected prints by Robert Motherwell will be exhibited May- June 2011

  • Graphics

    The Poultry and Raptor Suites: photographs by Jean Pagliuso 

    Feb 23 2011 - Mar 26 2011

    Marlborough Graphics is pleased to announce an exhibition of the Poultry and Raptor Suites by Jean Pagliuso, February 23 - March 26, 2011. Originally started in 2005, the ongoing series includes gelatin silver prints of prize chickens, owls and falcons in full display.

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    Summary: Images from the Poultry and Raptor Suites by Jean Pagliuso will be exhibited February 23 - March 26, 2011

  • Graphics

    Natural Fashion: an exhibition of photographs by Hans Silvester 

    Dec 07 2010 - Jan 08 2011

    Marlborough Graphics is pleased to announce an exhibition of the Natural Fashion series of photographs by Hans Silvester. The photographs feature the body decoration, borrowed from nature, of members of the Surma and Mursi tribes from the Omo Valley in East Africa. The series was recently illustrated in the May/June 2010 issue of Departures magazine.

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    Summary: The Natural Fashion series by Hans Silvester will be exhibited December 2010- January 2011

  • News

    Beverly Pepper Builds Amphitheater at Westchester Estate 

    Photo: Trevor Tondro for The New York Times

    Marlborough artist Beverly Pepper creates land sculpture at Barry and Fran Weissler's (producers of the musical "Chicago") estate.

    "Beyond the home’s formal French gardens are two massive, curved hand-carved panels, set into a grassy hillside like the excavated wall of an ancient cave. Reaching 16 feet at their peak in the center, they create a backdrop for performers when the space is used as a theater. The panels, made of granite powder, a binder and concrete, simulate enormous granite stones.

    “The curve fits into that lush background as a counterpoint to the formality of the garden," said Ms. Pepper, 87, who visits Waccabuc periodically to check on her project." -nytimes.com

    Read the full story at nytimes.com

     

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    Summary: Printed in Th New York Times, page D6, Thursday, August 12, 2010

  • News

    Stephen Talasnik at Storm King 

    Stephen Talasnik’s Stream: A Folded Drawing (2009–2010) was made especially for installation at Storm King. This vast site-specific construction consists of some 3,000 bamboo poles tied together to form a monumental yet intricate structure some 12 feet high by 90 feet long. Roughly kidney-shaped in footprint, it appears to be rolling down the hill on which it is sited. Visitors will be able to walk inside the structure to experience the work, as well as others that are visible through its armature, from a variety of perspectives. Please visit The Storm King Website for more information, photos, video and more.

     

    Stream is included in a special exhibition at Storm King, 5+5: New Perspectives, on view June 5 - November 14, 2010.

    More work by Stephen Talasnik

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    Summary: Stephen Talasnik’s Stream: A Folded Drawing (2009–2010) was made especially for installation at Storm King.

  • International Public Art

    Manolo Valdés on Broadway 

    To see more works by Valdés please click here

    Summary: A virtual tour of monumental sculptures by Valdés on Broadway

  • News

    Botero: Monumental Sculptures Installation Video 

    To view more works by Fernando Botero, click here.

    Summary: See Botero's monumental bronzes installed at Marlborough Chelsea

  • International Public Art

    Manolo Valdés: Monumental Sculpture on Broadway 

    May 20 2010 - Jan 23 2011

    Press Release

    The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, The Broadway Mall Association, Marlborough Gallery, and the New York City Department of Transportation are pleased to announce a public exhibition of monumental sculptures by Spanish artist Manolo Valdés from May 20, 2010 through January 23, 2011. The exhibition will include sixteen bronze sculptures along Broadway from Columbus Circle to 166th Street. Each sculpture will include signage that displays mobile phone access numbers for an English and Spanish language audio tour with informative descriptions of the works.

    Click here for NY1's coverage of the exhibition

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    Summary: A public exhibition of monumental sculptures by Spanish artist Manolo Valdés

  • News

    Chakaia Booker: In and Out at DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum 

    May 15 2010 - Aug 29 2010

    Chakaia Booker: In and Out at DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

    http://www.decordova.org/art/exhibitions/current/booker.html
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    Summary: This summer DeCordova Scukpture Park and Museum will present the largest museum exhibition to date of the work Chakaia Booker.

  • News

    Storm King Features Marlborough Artists: Talasnik, Booker 

    Jun 05 2010 - Nov 14 2010

    Press Release

    On the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary, Storm King asked ten artists to create a new work or select a recent one to loan to the sculpture park. New to Storm King, Stephen Talasnik presents "Stream: A Folded Drawing," a site-specific construction consisting of about 3,000 bamboo poles tied together to form a monumental yet delicate structure some 12 feet high by 90 feet long, which appears to be rolling down the hill on which it is sited.

    A new scuplture by Chakaia Booker made of cut, twisted, and looped car tires, yielding a work of Baroque energy, will also be on view.

    For this special presentation, Storm King Director and Curator David R. Collens worked with the artists to select locations in which to site the sculptures, which will be dispersed throughout Storm King’s verdant hills and fields. The sculptures can thus be appreciated for their intrinsic value, as well as in relation to nearby works with which they are in dialogue, offering new perspectives on Storm King’s celebrated collection. Mr. Collens states, “We are honored that these artists, whose works represent such a diversity of styles and mediums, have agreed to help us celebrate our anniversary in this meaningful way.”

    The works in the exhibition will remain on view for the 2010 season.

    Below, Stephen Talasnik explains the concept and process of his project "Stream: A Folded Drawing."

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    Summary: New sculptures by Stephen Talasnik and Chakaia Booker featured at Storm King Art Center