In the Galleries

In the Galleries

There’s a Richard Artschwager Feast in New York Right Now

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"Early Works from the 1960's" at Castelli Gallery

All of the sudden, Richard Artschwager appears to be having a moment. The idiosyncratic artist, known for his mysterious grey paintings on Celotax and Formica sculptures that resemble–but never quite amount to–furniture or music instruments or other functional objects, is showing all around town. It’s a veritable Artschwager smorgasbord, or at least a generous tasting of works from across his 60-year career. (He’ll turn 90 next year.) Read More