We are saddened to say that Carlos Cruz-Diez passed away in Paris at the age of 95. Cruz-Diez was one of the most prolific Latin American artists of the 20th century and a pioneering figure in the Op Art movement. His work was most recently exhibited in our 2017 Pacific Standard Time exhibition on Latin American Modernism.
Lauren A. Ross of the Feitelson Lundeberg Art Foundation was recently interview by Carl Schmitz, from the Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association, about her work on the forthcoming Catalogue Raissonés for Lorser Feitelson and Helen Lundeberg.
Mount San Antonio College unveiled a series of mosaics based on designs from Karl Benjamin's paintings. The installation was rendered Alba Cisneros, a longtime friend of the Benjamins, who worked alongside the famed California mosaicist Millard Sheets. Read More
Flores Mexicanas: A Lindbergh Love Story opens on June 1 at the Missouri History Museum. The highlight of the exhibit will be Alfredo Ramos Martinez’s magnificent and massive Flores Mexicanas painting—one of many wedding gifts given to Anne and Charles Lindbergh in 1929. Read More
Adam Kloppe of the Missouri Historical Society was interviewed about the exhibition on St. Louis Public Radio. Listen Here
“Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein” opens at the Mead Art Museum in one week. Hungarian poet Charles Sirató penned the Dimensionist Manifesto in 1936, in an attempt to spearhead an art movement that would integrate scientific progress with innovative modern art. Drawing on these themes, this traveling exhibition features work by a number of artists, including Helen Lundeberg, who found inspiration in 20th century innovations in science and technology. The exhibition runs from March 28 through July 28.
The Art Dealer's Association of America has featured James Little's work, "Democratic Experiment," 2017, on the banner for the Art Show. Little's work will be represented in a one-man show by the June Kelly Gallery.
“New York – Centric,” curated by James Little, will have an opening reception on Thursday, March 7. The exhibition features work by Little and Doug Ohlson, alongside other New York based abstract artists.
“Helen Lundeberg: Interiors” at Louis Stern Fine Arts is Artillery’s Pick of the Week. Read Annabel Osberg’s review of the exhibition here: http://bit.ly/2DXkkx3
Sharrissa Iqbal will be presenting a talk titled "Picturing Planets: Helen Lundeberg’s Cosmic Spaces" at the Getty Graduate Symposium.
The event will be held at the Getty Center from 9 am to 6 pm. Iqbal’s talk begins at 10 am.
Helen Lundeberg: Interiors is featured in the 2019 edition of International Art Exhibitions, a non-profit resource that provides information on select current and upcoming exhibitions worldwide. Lundeberg appears on page 10.
Compiled by Peter Gill
Enigma Variations: The Work of Helen Lundeberg, by Andrew Berardini
featured in Mousse Magazine 66: ESSAYS
Winter 2019 issue
Gallery artist Mark Leonard will be conducting a workshop at the Palm Springs Museum January 28–31
Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein
November 7, 2018–March 3, 2019
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY ART MUSEUM & PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE
Louis Stern Fine Arts is nominated for Best Art Gallery in West Hollywood for 2018!
Featuring Mokha Laget
Exhibition opens June 14-August 19
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Corcoran School of the Arts and Design
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