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Joan Snyder | Pioneering Women Artists at Frieze New York 2022

The eminent New York artist Joan Snyder will present a solo survey of works dating 1968-2022 at Frieze New York 2022

Daniel Turner | Solo Exhibition at Kunsthalle Basel

A solo exhibition of works by Daniel Turner, curated by Elena Filipovnic, will be on view at the Kunsthalle Basel (Switzerland) from September 16, 2022 – January 8, 2023.

Sylvia Snowden | National Gallery of Art acquires Sylvia Snowden painting

The National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.) acquires Sylvia Snowden’s work Malik, Farewell Til We Meet Again XVII (1994).

Joan Snyder | “Roxy Red Fugue” (2017) in Hunter Dunbar Projects

Joan Snyder’s work Roxy Red Fugue (2017) is included in the first installation of Hunter Dunbar Projects’ (New York, NY) two-part exhibition “9th Street Beyond: 70 Years of Women in Abstraction,” on view through April 9, 2022.

Mark Gonzales | “Ready to Articulate” at HVW8

Mark Gonzales’ solo exhibition “Ready to Articulate” at HVW8 (Los Angeles, CA) is on view through April 3, 2022.

Anne Appleby | “A Hymn for the Mother” at Parrasch Heijnen Gallery

Anne Appleby’s solo exhibition “A Hymn for the Mother” is on view at Parrasch Heijnen (Los Angeles, CA) through April 2, 2022.

Peter Alexander | A selection of sculptural works at Pace Gallery

A selection of late sculptural works by Peter Alexander in on view at Pace Gallery (New York, NY) through March 19, 2022.

Daniel Turner | Recipient of the Borlem Prize

Daniel Turner is the 2021 recipient of the Borlem Prize, an award founded in memory of Fernando Toscano (1986-2018) which annually recognizes the work of an “artist whose oeuvre sheds light on and brings awareness to mental health issues and struggles.”

Peter Alexander | “Pink Green Slab” (1967) at The Bunker Artspace

Peter Alexander’s work Pink Green Slab (1967) is on view in
“All Roads Lead to More Roads” at The Bunker Artspace, guest curated by Franklin Parrasch. This exhibition is on view by invitation or appointment only.

Sylvia Snowden | “Maggie-M Street” (1987) at The Bunker Artspace

Sylvia Snowden’s work Maggie-M Street (1987) is on view in “All Roads Lead to More Roads” at The Bunker Artspace, guest curated by Franklin Parrasch. This exhibition is on view by invitation or appointment only.

Anne Appleby | “Pipe Organ Rock” (2020) at The Bunker Artspace

Anne Appleby’s work Pipe Organ Rock (2020) is on view in “All Roads Lead to More Roads” at The Bunker Artspace, guest curated by Franklin Parrasch. This exhibition is on view by invitation or appointment only.

Daniel Turner | “WHSC Bar” (2018) at The Bunker Artspace

Daniel Turner’s work WHSC Bar (2018) is on view in “All Roads Lead to More Roads” at The Bunker Artspace, guest curated by Franklin Parrasch. This exhibition is on view by invitation or appointment only.

Joan Snyder | “Plaster and Woody Putty Study” (1975) at The Bunker Artspace

Joan Snyder’s work Plaster and Wood Putty Study (1975) is on view in “All Roads Lead to More Roads” The Bunker Artspace exhibition, guest curated by Franklin Parrasch. This exhibition is on view by invitation or appointment only.

Peter Alexander | “Light, Space, Surface: Works from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art” at Addison Gallery of American Art

Peter Alexander’s work Rincon (2014) is on view in “Light, Space, Surface: Works from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art” at the Addison Gallery of American Art (Andover, MA) through March 20, 2022.

Sylvia Snowden | “Sylvia Snowden: Select Works, 1966-2020” at Parrasch Heijnen

Sylvia Snowden’s exhibition “Sylvia Snowden: Select Works, 1966-2020” at Parrasch Heijnen (Los Angeles, CA) was reviewed in Artforum by Suzanne Hudson and in the Los Angeles Review of Books by Johanna Drucker.

Jackie Ferrara | “Steel, String, Spit Bite: Selections from the LeWitt Collection” at the New Britain Museum of American Art

Jackie Ferrara’s works Slatted CRA Pyramid (1974), M125. Splatted Pyramid (1974), Pyramid (1975), and A-126 B Pyramid (1974) are now on view at the New Britain Museum of American Art (CT) in “Steel, String, Spit Bite: Selections from the LeWitt Collection,” through March 18, 2022. This is an exhibition curated by Andy George Robertson comprising works loaned by the LeWitt Collection (Chester, CT).

On Kawara | Guggenheim acquires On Kawara work

We are pleased to announce that the Guggenheim (New York, NY) acquired On Kawara’s I Got Up (1969), a suite of postcards addressed by Kawara to Los Angeles-based gallerist and art dealer Riko Mizuno. This work was most recently on view in Franklin Parrasch Gallery’s exhibition “Moments Between Events: Anne Appleby, Vija Clemins, On Kawara, Daniel Turner.”

On Kawara | Art Institute of Chicago acquires On Kawara work

We are pleased to announce that the Art Institute of Chicago (IL) acquired On Kawara’s I Got Up (1974), a suite of postcards addressed by Kawara to Los Angeles-based gallerist and art dealer Clair Copley, from Franklin Parrasch Gallery’s exhibition “Moments Between Events: Anne Appleby, Vija Clemins, On Kawara, Daniel Turner.”

Anne Appleby | “Hymn for the Mother” at the Missoula Art Museum

Anne Appleby’s solo exhibition, “Hymn for the Mother,” curated by Brandon Reintjes, is on view through December 30, 2021.

Anne Appleby | The Missoula Art Museum publishes ‘Hymn’

The Missoula Art Museum (MT) has published a catalogue titled Hymn to accompany Anne Appleby’s recent exhibition “A Hymn for the Mother,” inclusive of texts by author and curator Grace Kook-Anderson, critics Tyler Green and John Yau, and curator Brandon Reintjes.

Jackie Ferrara | “Dream Monuments: Drawing in the 1960s and 1970s at the Menil Drawing Institute

Jackie Ferrara’s works A200 AJUT (1979) and Drawing for A200 AJUT (1979) are on view at the Menil Drawing Institute (Houston, TX) in “Dream Monuments: Drawing in the 1960s and 1970s” through September 19, 2021. Both works loaned by the Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY).

Joan Snyder | “Weeping Cherry Tree and Thee” (2020) in Parrish Art Museum exhibition

Joan Snyder’s work Weeping Cherry Tree and Thee (2020) is included in the Parrish Art Museum (Water Mill, NY) exhibition “Affinities for Abstraction: Women Artists on Eastern Long Island, 1950 – 2020” through July 18, 2021.

Peter Alexander | “Light & Space” at Copenhagen Contemporary

Examples of Peter Alexander’s work are on view in “Light & Space” at Copenhagen Contemporary (Denmark) through September 4, 2022.

Joan Snyder | Zimmerli Art Museum acquires Joan Snyder painting

The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ) acquires Joan Snyder’s work Still (2011).

Mark Gonzales | Rizzoli Books publishes ‘Mark Gonzales’

Rizzoli Books has published Mark Gonzales, the first monograph comprising artworks and poetry by Mark Gonzales alongside new, exclusive photographic documentation of Gonzales’ skateboarding and interviews with a number of Gonzales’ friends and colleagues. Authored by Spanish skateboarder and photographer Sem Rubio in concert with Cascade Berlin, contributors include KAWS, Gus Van Sant, Tony Hawk, Emma Reeves, Liz Goldwyn, Spike Jonze, Tia Romano, and Franklin Parrasch Gallery Director Katharine Overgaard. This title is available wherever Rizzoli Books are carried.

Daniel Turner | “Works from the Collection” at Musée d’art Moderne de la ville de Paris

Daniel Turner’s work is displayed in “Works from the Collection” at the Musée d’art Moderne de la ville de Paris. Curated by Fanny Schulmann.

Peter Alexander | “Color. Theory. & b/w” at the Sarasota Art Museum

Peter Alexander’s multifaceted exploration into the interplay of color and medium at the Ringling College of Art + Design through October 2020.
The unique placement of Alexander’s translucent Boxes underneath a skylight [8/8/18 (Kool Aid Box), and 3/14/16 (Pale Grey Box)] imbues them with organic movement as they shift with the path of the rising and setting sun.

Remembering Germano Celant: 1940 – 2020

We pay tribute to one of the great minds and hearts of our art universe, Germano Celant, who died in Milan of Covid-19 related complications on April 27, 2020 at the age of 79.

Anne Appleby | Art Institute of Chicago acquires Anne Appleby painting

The Art Institute of Chicago acquires Anne Appleby’s work Mountain (2019).

Forrest Bess | Retrospective at Fridericianum

The first exhibition of Forrest Bess’ artwork in Germany in over thirty years, a full retrospective, curated by Moritz Wesseler, is on view at Fridericianum.

Peter Alexander | Los Angeles County Museum acquires Peter Alexander work

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (CA) acquires Small Cloud Box (1966), a formative resin work by Peter Alexander (1939-2020), from Franklin Parrasch Gallery’s exhibition “Peter Alexander: Early Works, 1965-1972.”

Charles Ross | “By repetition, you start noticing details in the landscape” at Bátiment d’art Contemporain

Charles Ross’ work is featured in “By repetition, you start noticing details in the landscape,” a group exhibition at the Bâtiment d’art Contemporain in Geneva, Switzerland. The show catalogued the art scene of San Fransisco in the 1960s.

Daniel Turner | “The Extreme Present” at the Moore Building

Daniel Turner’s work is now on view in “The Extreme Present”, the fifth in a series of group exhibition curated by Jeffrey Deitch and Larry Gagosian at the Moore Building (Miami Beach, FL) through December 8, 2019.

Joan Snyder | “Milk and Rosebuds” (2018) on The Comstock Review [cover]

Joan Snyder’s painting, Milk and Rosebuds (2018), is featured on the cover of the Fall / Winter 2019 issue of the Comstock Review, an independent poetry journal publication.

Edith Baumann | “Emergence: Art and the Incarnation of Space” at Martin Museum of Art

Edith Baumann’s work was recently featured in “Emergence: Art and the Incarnation of Space,” a group exhibition highlighting the influence of renown teacher of the visual arts Josef Albers.

Anne Appleby | “Here We Are Now: Works by Anne Appleby” at the Hellen E. Copeland Gallery

A solo exhibition of prints and paintings from Here We Are Now: Works by Anne Appleby is on view at The Helen E. Copeland Gallery at Montana State University (Bozeman, MT) through October 18 2019.

Dilexi – Totems and Phenomenology

Tony DeLap, Charles Ross l Parrasch Heijnen, Los Angeles
Parrasch Heijnen Gallery is pleased to participate in the multi-venue dilexi gallery retrospective with a historic presentation of works, including pieces by Tony DeLap and Charles Ross.

ADAA Gallery Chat with Franklin Parrasch

Franklin Parrasch spoke on his gallery, growth, and advice to younger generations: “Focus on What’s Essential to You”

Parts & Labor – Beacon

Parts & Labor l Beacon
Nicelle Beauchene and Franklin Parrasch are pleased to announce Parts & Labor, a new project-based gallery founded upon an ethic of collaboration that seeks to expand beyond the parameters of established gallery models.

In Remembrance of Tony DeLap

November 4, 1927 – May 29, 2019
Parrasch Heijnen Gallery, Los Angeles, and Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Tony DeLap at the age of 91. Born in Oakland, CA in 1927, DeLap’s seventy year-plus career continuously embodied an energetic and singular approach to unconventional painting. A lifelong resident of California, and a fixture of the West Coast art scene, DeLap had an immeasurable impact on the course of contemporary art.

The Art of Light

The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. hosted The Art of Light: A Conversation with Charles Ross and James Meyer, on February 24, 2019. The hour long exploration of light and space in art is available in its totality on YouTube.