Wayne Thiebaud Retrospective at White Cube, London

Wayne Thiebaud Retrospective at White Cube, London

June 9, 2017

"It would be hard to think of an American painter more stinted over here than the Californian master Wayne Thiebaud, poet of the milkshake, ice-cream cone and cherried sundae, of the still life with pie and damn fine cup of coffee. Thiebaud, born in 1920, has been making these radiant paintings for almost seven decades. But in this century at least, Britain has never enjoyed a full-scale retrospective of his luscious Americana, and Tate Modern has no more than a couple of monochrome cakes. So White Cube’s present show is a vital and glorious opportunity."

John Graham on Hyperallergic

John Graham on Hyperallergic

by Thomas Micchelli

June 3, 2017

"The exhibition John Graham: Maverick Modernist at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, Long Island, is a unique opportunity to explore the work of an artist who has hovered on the margins of the Modernist narrative for more than a half-century, when he isn’t forgotten altogether ... Maverick Modernist takes a deep dive into Graham’s background as an artist, a career he began in earnest when, at the age of 35, he enrolled in the class of the Ashcan School painter John Sloan at the Art Students League in New York City."

John Graham in Arts and Antiques Magazine

John Graham in Arts and Antiques Magazine

by John Dorfman

April 28, 2017

 

"Graham is going to be getting renewed attention, because the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, N.Y., is mounting a comprehensive retrospective of his career, accompanied by a catalogue which gives his full biography (or at least as full as is currently possible, given Graham’s tendency to self-mythologize and alter details of his past) and a critical reassessment of his achievements. “John Graham: Maverick Modernist,” which opened on May 7 and runs through July 30, features 66 paintings loaned from museums as well as many private collections, which together make it possible to understand this artist’s aesthetic trajectory and level of skill."

Dorothy Grebenak on Hyperallergic

Dorothy Grebenak on Hyperallergic

Weaving Together the Story of a Forgotten Pop Artist and Her Rugs by Glenn Adamson

April 5, 2017

"In the annals of overlooked artists, Grebenak is an extreme case. Working in an era when art world acceptance was hard to come by for women even in the best of circumstances, she doubled her marginality by choosing a medium that was relegated firmly to the 'minor' arts."

Dallas Art Fair 2017

Dallas Art Fair 2017

March 15, 2017

We are pleased to announce our inaugural participation in The Dallas Art Fair 2017. We will be showing works by Joseph Cornell, Willem de Kooning, Thomas Downing, Dorothy Grebenak, James Havard,  Kazuko Inoue, Don Nice, Wayne Thiebaud, and others. For more information please email us here.

 

Booth G9 

Fashion Industry Gallery

1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201

April 7 - 9 , 2017

The Armory Show Insights 2017

The Armory Show Insights 2017

February 17, 2017

We're pleased to announce our participation in The Armory Show Insights 2017. We will be showing works by John Chamberlain, Joseph Cornell, Willem de Kooning, Arshile Gorky, John Graham, Franz Kline, Alfred Leslie, and Wayne Thiebaud. For more information please email us here.

 

Booth 112, Pier 92

12th Avenue at 52nd Street 

March 2- 5, 2017 

Jack Whitten on Hyperallergic

Jack Whitten on Hyperallergic

Better Late Than Never by John Yau

October 18, 2016

"In the more than fifty years since Jack Whitten’s work was first included in a four-person show at Allan Stone in 1965, the year after he graduated from Cooper Union, he has proven impossible to characterize. While this is very much to Whitten’s credit, I also think that the radical stylistic and material transformations his work has undergone partly contributed to why — for many decades — he remained an underappreciated artist." 

Jack Whitten on ARTnews

Jack Whitten on ARTnews

"A Recrudescent Interest in Sublime Visions: On Jack Whitten's Early Paintings in 1969"

September 30, 2016

"With a show of Jack Whitten’s ’60s paintings at Allan Stone Projects in New York, we turn back two reviews from the ARTnews archives, from 1969 and 1970, of early shows by the New York–based artist. The reviews follow in full below."

James Havard in Arts and Antiques Magazine

James Havard in Arts and Antiques Magazine

September, 2016

"In a 50-year career, James Havard has painted in many styles, from realism to trompe l’oeil “abstract illusionism” to multimedia collage to his current mode, which recalls art brut. But no matter how different they may be, all these styles are unmistakably Havard, speaking eloquently in their different voices of one relentlessly creative spirit. "

Upcoming Art Fairs

Upcoming Art Fairs

July 18, 2016

Allan Stone Projects is pleased to announce its participation in three upcoming art fairs. We will join Seattle Art Fair for its second edition from August 4 - 7; we will participate in the fifth edition of Expo Chicago from September 17 - 20; and in December we will return to Art Miami for its 27th edition from November 29 - December 4. 

 

Click on the links below for more info

Seattle Art Fair

Expo Chicago

Art Miami

Wayne Thiebaud Review on Artforum

Wayne Thiebaud Review on Artforum

May 20, 2016

"Sunglasses, ice-cream cones, nudes, bolt cutters, and, of course, layer cakes are just a few of our favorite things depicted in this airy, career-spanning sampling of Wayne Thiebaud’s work. The sophisticated whimsy of the painter’s realism is reflected not just in his choice of charming subjects but also in his meticulous renderings of them. Via his multicolored outlining technique, which the artist refers to as “halation,” the works are imbued with a subtle Kodachrome radiance. And up close, one finds a fanciful mini-sunset at the edge of each object."

The Armory Show Modern 2016

The Armory Show Modern 2016

February 25, 2016

We're pleased to announce our participation in The Armory Show Modern 2016. We will be showing works by Joan Brown, Joseph Cornell, Willem de Kooning, Richard Estes, Arshile Gorky, John Graham, Franz Kline, Alfred Leslie, Wayne Thiebaud, Andy Warhol, and Jack Whitten. For more information please email us here.

 

Booth 110, Pier 92

12th Avenue at 52nd Street 

March 3 - 6, 2016

David Beck Reviewed in Hyperallergic

David Beck Reviewed in Hyperallergic

by John Yau

January 30, 2016

 

"Solitude, seclusion, invisibility, and the preservation of threatened and extinct creatures are just some of the themes that Beck returned to throughout the 1970s and ’80s. The wee scale of some of his dioramas requires that one person look at it at a time, like Marcel Duchamp’s “Étant donnés” (1946–66). The difference is that Duchamp’s installation requires the viewer to look through a peephole in a massive wooden door, transforming him or her into a voyeur, while Beck’s almost miniature scale make the viewer feel like the sole, colossal witness to something that he or she can do nothing about. Feeling cut off, vulnerable and perplexed, the viewer begins to mirror what he or she witnesses."

Master Drawings New York 2016

Master Drawings New York 2016

January 19, 2016

Allan Stone Projects is pleased to announce its inaugural participation in Master Drawings New York 2016 from January 23 - 30. Our presentation will take place at Jonathan Boos Gallery located at 801 Madison Avenue, 5th floor, for eight days only. The exhibition, Process and Presence: Mastery in Drawing, will feature drawings and works on paper by multiple artists in four subjects: figuration, landscape, still life, and abstraction, dating from the late 19th to the early 21st centuries. The works reveal the immediacy and intimacy of the artist's mark making ranging from fantasy to realism.

 

Works on view by: Willem de Kooning, Wayne Thiebaud, Franz Kline, Arshile Gorky, John Graham, Oscar Bluemner, Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, Gaston Lachaise, Harry Bowden, Irene Rice-Pereira, Richard Estes, Robert S. Neuman, William Beckman, and Wayne Nowack.

 

Exhibition Location: Jonathan Boos Gallery, 801 Madison Avenue, 5th floor.

Kazuko Inoue Reviewed on Artsy

Kazuko Inoue Reviewed on Artsy

"Exploring the Possibilities of the Square over Three Decades" by Bridget Gleeson

October 2, 2015

The Japanese artist Kazuko Inoue knew the aesthetic value of the the square long before Instagram and Facebook made the shape so ubiquitous. The square, as the artist once said, provides “maximum purity and lyrical sensation.”

Upcoming Art Fairs

Upcoming Art Fairs

July 8, 2015

Allan Stone Projects is pleased to announce its participation in three upcoming art fairs. From July 30 - August 2, we will join Seattle Art Fair for its inaugural edition. A wide range of works by gallery artists such as de Kooning, Franz Kline, Wayne Thiebaud, and Robert Arneson will be on view.

 

In September, we are delighted to participate in the fourth edition of Expo Chicago, the international exhibition of contemporary and modern art from September 17 - 20. Works by Arman, Joseph Cornell, John Graham, and others will be on view.

 

In December, we will return to Art Miami for its 26th edition, from December 1 - 6. A range of works will be shown by artists such as César, Richard Haden, Wolf Kahn, Wayne Thiebaud, and others. 

 

Click on the links below for more info

Seattle Art Fair

Expo Chicago

Art Miami

Dancing with Dystopia Reviewed on Artsy

Dancing with Dystopia Reviewed on Artsy

"25 Artists Confront Humankind's Problems in a Summer Show at Allan Stone Projects" by Karen Kedmey

June 30, 2015

It can be hard to find humor in pressing issues that face humankind. A small sampling of these: our degradation of the environment; daily murders worldwide; and the consumerist ethos that seems to drive modern life. Leave it to artists to call out the irony of our collective state of affairs, and to do so with spirit and, yes, even humor. This summer, Allan Stone Projects presents an array of work by artists who tackle our ills—some of whom may leave you suppressing a grin.

 
ADAA The Art Show and The Armory Show Modern, New York 2015

ADAA The Art Show and The Armory Show Modern, New York 2015

March 14, 2015

 

Allan Stone Projects was pleased to participate in two prestigious New York art fairs during March. The Gallery presented a one-person show for John Graham at The Art Show which is sponsored by The Art Dealers Association of America. At The Armory Show Modern, the Gallery featured Modernist and Abstract Expressionist pieces by Balthus, Arshile Gorky, Willem de Kooning and Wayne Thiebaud, among others. 

 

Both booths were highly applauded and were featured on multiple online platforms. Roberta Smith of the New York Times highlighted Jack Whitten’s Boshville  and John Graham’s Untitled, 1928 on Twitter. Jay Gorney, adviser and art dealer, selectedGraham’s Study for Marya as one of his ADAA picks on Artsy.net. Ivanka Trump selected John Chamberlain’s Tonk #19-83 as one of her Armory Show picks on Artsy.net. The John Graham booth was also featured in an Artsy editorial on March 4, 2015.   

 

Confections Reviewed on Artsy

Confections Reviewed on Artsy

"Five Artists Serve Up Donuts, Pie, and Other Confections in Richly Colored Paintings" by Haniya Rae

January 7, 2015

Famous for his lush renderings of pastries, Wayne Thiebaud once exclaimed: “Cakes, they are glorious, they are like toys.” This comparison to toys, which can also be found among his oeuvre, reflects the pleasure Thiebaud had found in playing with these culinary treats—in paintings, prints, and drawings. In his zeal to paint cakes, pies, candies, and various other treats, Thiebaud emulated frosting (and other sugary substances) in thick, slick brushstrokes, effectively translating his rich subjects to two-dimensional, purely visual entities. As a result, the artist established a legacy of conjuring tasty treats, and has inspired countless other artists to follow his lead. 

Upcoming Art Fairs

Upcoming Art Fairs

October 14, 2014

Allan Stone Projects is pleased to announce its’ participation in three upcoming art fairs. From December 2-7, we will join Art Miami for the fourth consecutive year.  A wide range of works by gallery artists, including key pieces by Arman, Alfred Leslie and Wayne Thiebaud will be on view.

Art Miami

 

In March 2015, we are honored to participate in The Art Show, the prestigious art fair organized by the Art Dealers Association of America. We will present a one-person exhibition of works by John Graham.  We are also delighted to exhibit at The Armory Show-Modern with a dynamic selection of modern masters and post-war artists. 

ADAA The Art Show

The Armory Show

Stone Art LLC & Allan Stone Projects  Announce New Leadership

Stone Art LLC & Allan Stone Projects Announce New Leadership

August 12, 2014

On August 12, 2014, Stone Art LLC announced the appointment of Dorothy Goldeen as President. Created from the Estate of Allan Stone, Stone Art LLC is the exclusive administrator of the Allan Stone Collection and oversees the gallery, Allan Stone Projects, located in Chelsea. Outgoing Allan Stone Projects President, Allison Stone Stabile, welcomed and praised Goldeen, saying “We are very excited to appoint Dorothy Goldeen with her substantial experience as a dealer and advisor, and deep knowledge of many of the artists in the Allan Stone Collection.”
 

The Collection of Allan Stone: African, Pre-Columbian & American Indian Art - Volume Two

The Collection of Allan Stone: African, Pre-Columbian & American Indian Art - Volume Two

Friday May 16 at 10am

May 16, 2014

"Sotheby’s is delighted to announce the auction of the second (and last) volume of The Collection of Allan Stone on May 16 in New York. Following the success of Volume One, which was met with enthusiastic interest by an unprecedented number of art collectors from North and South America, Europe, and Asia in November 2013, Volume Two will feature a selection of African, Pre-Columbian, and American Indian Art of comparable quality, number and variety to the first offering.

 

The legendary contemporary art dealer Allan Stone acquired his first African artwork in 1955, and over the next 50 years built one of the most important private collections in the world of arts from primary cultures. Many of the works offered have been featured extensively in museum exhibitions and important publications. The collection is best known for its strong holdings of Songye Power Figures and Kongo Nail Power Figures from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and is the largest private collection in the world of these extremely rare works."

Simpson & Stone: A Special Selection of African & Oceanic Art from the Allan Stone Collection

Simpson & Stone: A Special Selection of African & Oceanic Art from the Allan Stone Collection

at Merton D. Simpson Gallery from May 17 - July 28, 2014

May 17, 2014

In honor of the friendship shared by Merton D. Simpson and Allan Stone, we are pleased to present a special selection of African and Oceanic art from the Allan Stone Collection.

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 17, 2014 from 3:00 to 7:00pm

 

Merton D. Simpson Gallery
38 West 28th Street, Fifth Floor
New York, NY 10001

Phone: 212 686 6735

Hours: by appointment only

Roy Superior: Patent Models For a Good Life at The Center for Art in Wood, Philadelphia

Roy Superior: Patent Models For a Good Life at The Center for Art in Wood, Philadelphia

February 7 - April 19, 2014

With works from the Allan Stone Collection

"...Featuring his functional furniture, pen and ink drawings, and patent models of imaginary machines. 'Roy had a voracious appetite for the world,' said Leslie Ferrin of Ferrin Contemporary. 'He observed, appreciated, considered, questioned, and ate well. Then he returned the favor. He invented, painted, carved, drew, sculpted, and venerated Italian food. The result of this good life was a collection of finely crafted furniture, sculpture, and drawings that reflects his philosophical mind, benevolent psyche, and humorous imagination.'"

Allan Stone Projects at The Armory Show – Modern New York Times, Friday March 8

Allan Stone Projects at The Armory Show – Modern New York Times, Friday March 8

March 8, 2014

Allan Stone Projects' survey of Wayne Thiebaud at The Armory Show-Modern, March 6-9, 2014, booth 412, Pier 92 was highlighted in Ken Johnson's New York Times review of the fair. Read full review.

Allan Stone Projects presents a Wayne Thiebaud survey at The Armory Show – Modern

Allan Stone Projects presents a Wayne Thiebaud survey at The Armory Show – Modern

February 20, 2014

Allan Stone Projects is pleased to present a survey of Wayne Thiebaud at The Armory Show-Modern, March 6-9, 2014, booth 412, Pier 92. Selected from the Allan Stone Collection, the exhibition will include over a dozen paintings, works on paper and prints spanning the artist’s full range of subjects, from 1961 to 1995. Highlights include paintings such as seminal still lives Half Salmon, 1961, and Bolt Cutters, 1972; a monumental figurative work Girl in Striped Blouse, 1973-1975; a dramatic cityscape Freeway Curve, 1995; and works on paper such as Barbecue Beef, 1966, Bow Tie, Pick and Shoe, 1972, and Italian Desserts, 1986.

Allan Stone Projects’ wunderkammer to focus on ceramicist Dennis Clive at the Metro Show

Allan Stone Projects’ wunderkammer to focus on ceramicist Dennis Clive at the Metro Show

January 13, 2014

Allan Stone Projects is pleased to announce its participation in the Metro Show, January 23-26, 2014, with a program entitled Wunderkammer: Dennis Clive et al. Taking a cue from the Allan Stone Collection itself and Mr. Stone’s appetite for juxtaposing diverse objects of wonder in his gallery and homes, our booth will center on the imaginative, expressive and magnificently crafted works of visionary ceramic artist Dennis Clive.

Robert Baribeau Reviewed in Art in America, December 2013

Robert Baribeau Reviewed in Art in America, December 2013

December 20, 2013

Art in America: Robert Baribeau 1980-NOW, Reviewed by David Ebony

This recent show of Robert Baribeau's colorful, richly textured abstract compositions at first appeared as an amalgam of postwar painting styles. At points in his career, Baribeau, born in Aberdeen, Wash., in 1949, and now based in upstate New York, has employed elements of Ab Ex, Pop, Color Field and Neo-Expressionism. However, the 24 large and medium-size canvases and oil-on-paper works in this lively, three-decade survey avoid a feeling of pastiche, and the allusions merge into a unique aesthetic.

Allan Stone Gallery "Legacy" at Art Miami

Allan Stone Gallery "Legacy" at Art Miami

November 22, 2013

Allan Stone Gallery, aka Allan Stone Projects, is pleased to announce its participation in Art Miami, December 3-8, 2013, Booth C26, with a program that illustrates artistic kinships and visual legacies by juxtaposing mid-level Contemporary and established Modern and Post-War artists. These works will be grouped by themes consistent with the gallery’s 50-plus year history: Abstraction, Assemblage, Pop and Funk, Still Life/California School, and Mysticism in Geometry.

Allan Stone Gallery Announces New Structure, Program, and Location

Allan Stone Gallery Announces New Structure, Program, and Location

October 25, 2013

Allison Stabile, president of the Allan Stone Gallery, admired for its eclectic approach and early advocacy of pivotal artists of the 20th century, announced today the gallery will relocate from its address at 5 East 82nd Street and re-launch in November 2013 at a downtown location with a redefined structure, mission and program.

Robert Baribeau on Artlog.com

Robert Baribeau on Artlog.com

June 6, 2013

SEE // Robert Baribeau

For over thirty years, Robert Baribeau has refined a style of abstract expressionist painting that takes the natural world as its subject, from tumultuous, overwhelming landscapes to the stillness of a single flower. When I ask if nature and lanscape are always the subjects of his paintings, Baribeau responds with an emphatic “always.” The ongoing evolution of his work is on view in a retrospective show opening today at Allan Stone Gallery, Robert Baribeau: 1980-NOW.

“The largest influences,” Baribeau explains, “have been Diebenkorn with respect to landscape, and Rauschenberg with respect to composition and medium.” Diebenkorn, like Baribeau, applies the techniques of abstract expressionism to landscape painting, while Rauschenberg is clearly visible in Baribeau’s riot of textures and drips, thick paint and pieces of fabric. The style is exuberant and expansive, open, Baribeau explains, to all the “influences of the senses.”

The unruly color and texture has a counterpoint in Baribeau’s recent flower paintings. A single flower, economically rendered in a few splashes or strokes of paint, stands against a white background. Borrowing an analogy from digital photography, Baribeau explains that these are like a “zoom in and enhance” of the landscapes. “I’ve always liked flowers,” he adds, laughing, “so in some respect I’m a florist.”

The flowers continue Baribeau’s ab-ex investigation of the natural world. In addition to Diebenkorn and Rauschenberg, Baribeau mentions de Kooning, who in the ’50s and ’60s turned from the female form to abstract landscapes. Other predecessors – Sam Francis, Ed Moses, and Nathan Oliveira, along with Diebenkorn – are associated with the West Coast, where Baribeau grew up on a farm and attended college before moving to New York. The retrospective at Allan Stone shows a painter taking up an intimate and lyrical tradition of abstract expressionist painting and making it his own.

Robert Baribeau: 1980-NOW is on view June 5 through July 26 at Allan Stone Gallery, New York. The opening reception is June 5 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

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James Grashow in The New York Times

James Grashow in The New York Times

May 13, 2013

In May, The New York Times ran an engaging article entitled An Artwork Turns to Mush, All According to Plan about artist James Grashow and Olympia Stone's film The Cardboard Bernini documenting the artist at work on a massive sculpture that "embraces its own destruction."

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(image courtesy Floating Stone Productions)

Robert S. Neuman Traveling Museum Retrospective

Robert S. Neuman Traveling Museum Retrospective

April 25, 2013

Renowned artist, Robert S. Neuman, returns to exhibit in his home state of Idaho for the first time in over 40 years. Definition of Place, 1950 – 2012 is a traveling retrospective which opens at The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho (TAM) on April 25, 2013. Definition of Place, a traveling retrospective, includes work from eleven of his sixteen diverse series. To date, this is Neuman’s largest and most comprehensive exhibition and is the first in his native state of Idaho since 1969. As one of Idaho’s most important living artists, second generation Abstract Expressionist, Robert S. Neuman is known for exploring regional, historical and metaphysical themes. Drawing inspiration from architecture, landscape and history, Neuman’s passion for color, application, drawing and geometry unify a prolific body of work. Definition of Place, 1950 – 2012 will be at TAM from April 25 through August 10, 2013. The exhibition will then travel to the Prichard Art Gallery at the University of Idaho in Moscow where it will be on display from August 22 through October 12, 2013.

Available Works

Image:
Robert S. Neuman
LameDeer /Big Eagle, 2006 -2007
Oil on French Linen
50 1/2 x 42 inches

Richard Hickam Interview on Artlog.com

Richard Hickam Interview on Artlog.com

April 5, 2013

SEE // Richard Hickam: Perpetual Pilgrim

Richard Hickam started his career in the late 1960s, heavily influenced by the emerging photorealist painting style. Dissatisfied with photorealism’s linear, predictable process, Hickam started working intuitively, breaking his paintings down into abstraction. He was, in his own words, letting “breath” into the work, looking for the kind of living, psychological complexity that he found in paintings from Rembrandt to Picasso.

Establishing a style only to dismantle it seems to be part of Hickam’s personality – he describes himself as someone who could’ve been a straight arrow and gone to West Point but decided to break the rules and risk everything on an art career. He has never lived in New York but had his first solo show with larger-than-life New York dealer Allan Stone. Richard Hickam: Four Decades spans the artist’s career-long relationship with Allan Stone Gallery. Seen together, these paintings show Hickam as a perpetual pilgrim, always seeking a mode of painting distinctly his own.

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Robert Arneson: Playing Dirty Review

Robert Arneson: Playing Dirty Review

March 1, 2013

Modern Painters, March 2013, p 98
by Georgina Wells

"Robert Arneson
Allan Stone Gallery // Nov. 1-Dec. 21, 2012

The artist's early years are the focus of the exhibition's decidedly nondecorative sculptures dating back to the 1960s. Through irreverent, lumpy clay pieces, certainly more amusing than aesthetically pleasing, Arneson injects wry humor into the medium: A series of anthropomorphic jars and trophies have handles like spindly tentacles extending their sinister grasp; a cleat-shaped kettle is engraved with its title, Spiked Tea, 1969; the tip of a finger puzzingly pokes through one of the many clay bricks."

Robert Arneson: Playing Dirty Review

Robert Arneson: Playing Dirty Review

Artnews, January 2013

January 1, 2013

"Aptly titled 'Playing Dirty,' this bawdy exhibition of the late Robert Arneson’s small early works provided ample evidence of the earthy, sardonic humor that this pioneering Bay Area Funk artist injected into his stoneware vessels. Infusing the raw irregularity of traditional Japanese tea-ceremony utensils with the zany smut of MAD magazine, Arneson reveled in jokes rhyming bodily openings with spigots designed for transferring liquids from one container to another, often using the unexpected surfaces of glazing and firing to mirror the physical functions evoked. The blatantly sexual Untitled Ceramic (with Red Orifice), 1964, for example, resembles a squatting frog and is topped with a vaginal slit adorned with a splotchy, turquoise-flecked maroon glaze.
 

"World in a Box" Reviewed in the Village Voice

"World in a Box" Reviewed in the Village Voice

April 11, 2012

The title of this show couldn't be more apt. The boxlike constructions here by various artists—most created in previous decades and all selected from the late Allan Stone's private holdings—are like intensely personal time capsules, filled with confessions, dreams, and nostalgia.

James Grashow "Corrugated Fountain" Opens at the Aldrich Museum

James Grashow "Corrugated Fountain" Opens at the Aldrich Museum

April 1, 2012

Opening Reception 3-5 pm
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
258 Main Street Ridgefield, CT 06877
(203) 438-4519 or aldrichart.org

The Aldrich Museum

James Grashow in the New York Times

March 30, 2012

In "A Cardboard Fountain, Braving the Elements" Susan Hodara writes about James Grashow's "Cardboard Fountain" at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art.