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Upcoming Exhibitions


Larry Bell

We are delighted to announce that Larry Bell's exhibition
Smoke on the Bottom, will open at White Cube Bermondsey on April 28, 2017. This show will remain on view through June 18.

In addition, Bell's work will be shown at the Brand New Gallery in Milan, Italy in April 2017.

 
Artist News and Awards

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Larry Bell

Fans of Larry Bell will enjoy his recently updated website: http://larrybell.com. Featuring clean lines and beautiful photography, the new site offers visitors a look into the artist's studio practice and current exhibitions, as well as installations and archival images.

Adrian Saxe

Adrian has a new website: www.adriansaxe.com. Here, visitors will be able to access images of artworks, selected exhibitions, archival publications, and a biographical chronology.

 
Museum Exhibitions

Larry Bell

Larry Bell has been selected for the 2017 Whitney Biennial, at the Whitney Museum of American Art. A major standing glass installation, Pacific Red II is currently on display on the museum's fifth-floor terrace. This work will remain on view through October 2017.

Peter Voulkos

Originating at the Museum of Art and Design, New York, Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years opens at the Renwick Gallery on April 7th, and will remain on view through August 20, 2017. This exhibition focuses on the early period of Voulkos' career, from 1953-1968.

 
Announcement

The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College in Claremont, California is home to the Marer Collection of Contemporary Ceramics. The collection, which includes nearly 900 works by American, British, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese artists, is focused on West Coast ceramics and the work of those artists involved in the ceramic revolution of the 1950s. The collection is available for viewing online through the Williamson Gallery website.