Installation view of the exhibition. Image Courtesy David Luo
PUTTING ALL THE PIECES TOGETHER
Nov 1 - 26, 2017
Opening Reception with the artist: Nov 1, 2017 6-8pm
About The Artist
Howard Gross (b. 1946) received his MFA in painting from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1972. After successfully exhibiting with the Alan Frumkin Gallery for a couple of years in Chicago, he decided to move to NYC on the advice of Robert Smithson. During his first years in NY, he immersed himself into the conceptual art scene of NYC. In 1976 he documented cracks on the sidewalks of new york for an exhibition at the prestigious Ok Harris gallery. Read more >
About The Exhibition
Putting All The Pieces Together showcases an oeuvre of Gross’s masterfully crafted and deeply personal drawings, paintings and sculptures created between 1980s to the present. Some of the pieces in the exhibition are exclusively being shown for the first time in more than 30 years. The viewer is invited to take a stimulating, surreal, and symphonic journey through the incredibly complex and beautifully intricate works of oil paintings, scratchboard drawings, pen and ink watercolors and clay sculptures.