This exhibition featured 72 works by 61 artist-residents of the Hamptons, including Winslow Homer; Hudson River School painter Thomas Moran in the 1880s; George Bellows in the 1920s; Surrealists following WWII; Abstract Expressionists Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning; Pop artists Roy Lichtenstein, James Rosenquist, and Andy Warhol; Photorealists Audrey Flack and Chuck Close, 80s and 90s Neo-Expressionists Eric Fischl, David Salle, and Julian Schnabel as well as contemporary artists Ross Bleckner, Donald Sultan, and April Gornik.
Three Louisiana artists -- Shawn Hall, Lee Deigaard, and Natchitoches-native Colin O’Con -- created entire room installations to explore elements of created space and invite contemplation about our relationship with the natural world. Painting, drawing, and photography installed as part of a larger, sculpture space, create rhythm in an immersive environment where emotional space and physical landscape merge.
One of the most prolific African-American artists of the 20th century, this retrospective presents a unique, comprehensive glimpse of the artist’s work over four decades. Nearly 40 artworks encompass the artist’s life repertoire, beginning with early portraits created while attending the California School of Arts & Crafts in the 1930s to experimental figurative works of the 1950s; colorful, playful works inspired by many trips to the Caribbean; and utilitarian, abstract motifs of his later works.
25th September Competition is AMoA's Annual National Competition Exhibition
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