Cig Harvey, Ranunculus, 2019
Founded in 1985
14 E 80th St, Penthouse
10075, New York
Ansel Adams, Chip Hooper, Cig Harvey, Ed Sievers, Elisabeth Hase, Joe Deal, Julie Blackmon, Margaret Watkins, Maroesjka Lavigne, Michael Kenna, Mike Mandel, Murray Fredericks, Paulette Tavormina
The Landscape Would Be Empty If You Were Gone
Robert Mann Gallery presents a collection of works of notable contemporary artists paired with a core selection of vintage photographs. Maroesjka Lavigne’s latest landscape series, Lost Lands, will be exhibited with the release of her first monograph. A pristine example of Chip Hooper’s monumental color photographs will be on view from the artist’s final body of work that invite you to enter into his contemplative state of mind. Following her first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. at the Oqunquit Museum of American Art, new work by Cig Harvey will be presented that focuses on the immediate sensory experience to understand the impact of color on memory and emotion. Julie Blackmon’s newest tableaux tell whimsical stories of everyday moments that show the importance of noticing the fantastical even when life is unapologetically messy. New exquisite still life photographs by Paulette Tavormina will be on view that recall painterly perspective reminiscent of 17th century Old Masters.