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Calida Rawles: On the Other Side of Everything

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Sonja Sekula, "Air," 1956, opaque paint and ink on paper, 18.25 by 26.12 inches, courtesy to the artist and Peter Blum Gallery, New York.
Fahrelnissa Zeid, "Composition," 1953, Oil paint on canvas, courtesy to the artist and Rosenberg & Co.
Anne Ryan, "Untitled No. 324," 1948-1954, acrylic and collage on canvas paper, 5 1/2 by 4 1/2 inches, courtesy to the artist and Washburn Gallery.
Janice Biala, "Blue Interior," 1956, oil on canvas, 64 × 45 1/2 inches, courtesy to the artist and Rosenberg & Co.
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A Future We Begin to Feel: Women Artists 1921–1971

Rosenberg & Co. is opening a summer exhibition entitled, “A Future We Begin to Feel: Women Artists 1921–1971.”

June 5, 2021 - August 20, 2021

In celebration of the 15th anniversary of Linda Nochlin’s foundational essay, Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?, Rosenberg & Co. is opening a summer exhibition entitled, “A Future We Begin to Feel: Women Artists 1921–1971.” Modernist women artists who created works from 1921 to 1971—like Eileen Agar, Janice Biala, Isabel Bishop and Dorothy Dehner— are included in the show, which surveys their innovations and varying institutional access while working between Cubism and Abstract Expressionism.

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Jun 5 - Aug 20
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A Future We Begin to Feel: Women Artists 1921–1971
Rosenberg & Co. is opening a summer exhibition entitled, “A Future We Begin to Feel: Women Artists 1921–1971.”

Exhibitions

New York, Upper East Side |Exhibitions

Off the Record

On view through September 27 at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, “Off the Record” is a group exhibition challenging mainstream documentation.

Dave McKenzie: The Story I Tell Myself

Dave McKenzie's "The Story I Tell Myself" accompanies his performance commission for The Whitney, "Disturbing the View," putting context to the work through featuring artists who have informed his practice.

Andy Warhol: Photo Factory

Fotografiska New York’s “Photo Factory” presents more than 120 photographs by Andy Warhol ranging from iconic to never-before-seen.

Lynn Hershman Leeson: Twisted

Lynn Hershman Leeson’s exhibition “Twisted" features a compilation of drawing, sculpture, video, photography, and net-based works demonstrating the artist’s widespread oeuvre.

Robert Longo: I do fly / After summer merrily

In Robert Longo’s first exhibition with Pace Gallery, this installation of Longo’s “Destroyer Cycle” works puts an end to the series, which explores American power, violence, and mythmaking.

Alice Neel: The Early Years

David Zwirner is presenting an exhibition by the late artist Alice Neel, featuring paintings and works on paper from the earlier years of he

The Slipstream: Reflection, Resilience, and Resistance in the Art of Our Time

“The Slipstream: Reflection, Resilience, and Resistance in the Art of Our Time” ponders the chaotic year that was 2020 and the aftermath of its wake.

Kon Trubkovich: The Antepenultimate End

Through October 23, Gagosian’s Park Avenue gallery is presenting an exhibition of new paintings by the artist Kon Trubkovich, titled “The Antepenultimate End.”

Avery Singer: Reality Ender

Avery Singer's "Reality Ender" features two series of new, large-scale paintings made through a combination of 3D computer modeling software and traditional painting.

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