Landscape girls at Jeff Bailey

According to Andrew Johnson in The Independent, art dealer Iwan Wirth, who represents Louise Bourgeois, admits that women artists face prejudice and discrimination, with their works selling for a fraction of the price of their male counterparts. The huge gap in prices between the likes of Lucian Freud and Bourgeois was “a constant source of … read more… “Landscape girls at Jeff Bailey”

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Gouache-apolooza in Chelsea

Gouache, an expensive opaque watercolor-like paint, has been around for millennia. It dries fast, yields a sublime matte finish, and gains in richness over time. For many artists, it’s the favored medium for work on paper. On February 15, Jeff Bailey Gallery and Andrea Meislin Gallery present a huge group gouache-fest curated by Geoffrey Young. … read more… “Gouache-apolooza in Chelsea”

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The Drawing Center’s Fall Selections

“Non-Declarative Art: Selections Fall 2007,” The Drawing Center, New York, NY. Through Oct. 18. Artists include Susan Goethel Campbell, Gianna Commito, Michael Diaz, Jeff Feld, Sabine Finkenauer, Prajakti Jayavant, Steven Lowery, Howard Rosenthal, Jay Sheldon, Jered Sprecher, John Tallman, Sally Tittmann, and Gregor Wright. “Non-Declarative Art” explores ambiguity and the rejection of overt meaning in … read more… “The Drawing Center’s Fall Selections”

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