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Niki de Saint Phalle

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Sculptural Drawings: A group show of works on paper opens at Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art

Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art is presenting the exhibition “Sculptural Drawings,” a group show of works on paper by Mel Kendrick, John Newman and Chris Macdonald. Mel Kendrick creates cast paper drawings by pressing a pigment-coated mold into a soft mass of wet pulp. The force of the press spreads the pigment into the paper and binds it. The result becomes a relief with weighty imprints reminiscent of aerial landscape scenes. The transparency of the pigments connects the overlapping shapes in his compositions. Kendrick says, “There’s a constant exchange that gives them an internal logic. When I make sculpture, it’s the same thing.” Mel Kendrick’s work can be found in numerous permanent collections, including Art Institute of Chicago; Brooklyn Museum; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Museum of Modern Art; National Gallery of Art; Storm

The Phillips Collection offers a rare opportunity to experience 39 paintings from the Paul G. Allen Collection

This spring, The Phillips Collection presents a major exhibition exploring the evolution of American and European landscape painting. Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection features 39 masterpieces, spanning five centuries, on loan from the collection of philanthropist and entrepreneur Paul G. Allen. Co-organized by the Portland Art Museum, the Seattle Art Museum, and the Paul G. Allen Family Collection, Seeing Nature is on view at the Phillips from February 6 through May 8, 2016. Seeing Nature began its national exhibition at the Portland Art Museum in October 2015, where it drew a significant audience over its three month run. Following the Phillips’s presentation, the exhibition will travel to the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the New Orleans Museum of Art before closing at the Seattle Art Museum in early 2017. “It is a pleasure to host this exhibition

Andy Warhol's career as a book artist is the subject of a new exhibition at the Morgan Library & Museum

Andy Warhol’s fascination with publishing and the art of the book was lifelong—rooted in his artistic training as a college student and early career in advertising, fashion, and commercial illustration. For close to forty years, books were a touchstone for Warhol—a medium to which he returned again and again as a platform for his unparalleled creativity. He contributed to more than eighty projects for books and left traces behind of dozens of others that were never realized. The Morgan Library & Museum is featuring for the first time in New York an exhibition devoted solely to Warhol’s career as a book artist. This retrospective, which originated at the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, features

Exhibition of abstract works by Gerhard Richter on view at Museum Frieder Burda

The exhibition in Museum Frieder Burda shows abstract works by Gerhard Richter. At the centre is one of the main works by the artist, the four-part, abstract, deeply moving piece entitled “Birkenau” (WZ 937 1-4), which was created in 2014. In this work, Gerhard Richter refers to photographs taken by the Jewish Sonderkommando at Birkenau Concentration Camp in 1944. These photographic documents provide the basis for the first layer of his painting, which is followed by further, reworking painting processes. Photographs of the victims of the Holocaust and National Socialist terror are to be found since the mid 1960s at various junctures in Gerhard Richter’s “Atlas”, a collection of photos, newspaper cuttings and sketches compiled by the artist from 1962 to this day. In Baden-Baden, corresponding placards from the “Atlas” are placed in reference to large-scale Birkenau works. Richter

Solo exhibition of over sixty works by Gordon Parks on view at Jenkins Johnson Gallery

Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco presents Gordon Parks: Higher Ground, a solo exhibition of over sixty works by one of the most important photojournalists of the 20th century. The gallery’s second solo exhibition for Parks, February 4 through April 2, 2016, commemorates his photo essays on the Civil Rights Movement. Gordon Parks (1912 - 2006) was the first black photojournalist to work at Life magazine, from 1948 to 1972. Through Life, Parks documented the stories of those he photographed, personalizing his assignments to tell the broader story of the African American experience. By gaining their trust unlike any other photojournalist, Parks’ empathy and charisma enabled him to gain access into his subject’s world. The show will include works from the essays for Life magazine,