“FOTG” Exhibition

Mitchell Algus Gallery

poster for “FOTG” Exhibition
[Image: Harold Stevenson at the grand première mondiale of The New Adam, Galerie Iris Clert, Paris, 1963 (photo by André Morain)]

This event has ended.

The Mitchell Algus Gallery opened in November of 1992 with an exhibition of Harold Stevenson’s The New Adam (1962), now in the collection of the Guggenheim Museum. FOTG is the first of four exhibtions marking the gallery’s first quarter century. It will be followed by three shows, of selected abstract, representational and conceptual work, in the new year.

FOTG includes work by
Gene Beery, Dan Burkhart, Neke Carson, Mathew Cerletty, Whitney Claflin, Arthur Cohen, Colette, Magalie Comeau, Tom Evans, Scott Grodesky, Matt Hoyt, Mary Jones, E’wao Kagoshima, Tillman Kaiser, Dennis Kardon, Steve Keister, Elisabeth Kley, Jill Levine, Megan Marin, Juanita McNeely, Dave Miko, Eric Mitchell, Morgan O’Hara, Mark Prent, James Rauchman, David Reed, Ira Richer, Walter Robinson, Julia Rommel, Nicolas Rule, Francis Lisa Ruyter, Kerry Schuss, Stuart Servetar, Mark Sheinkman, Walter Steding, Harold Stevenson, Taro Suzuki, John Tremblay, Kiyoshi Tsuchiya, Arturo Tulinov, Alan Turner, Jeff Way, Mie Yim and John Zinsser

and contibutuions by writers/curators
Adrian Dannatt, Bob Nickas, Jay Sanders, Stuart Servetar and Olivia Shao (contributing George Brecht)



from December 02, 2017 to January 07, 2018

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