James Gingerich
Honey...It's the Whitney
1987
oil on canvas
84 x 120 inches

James Gingerich
I'll Tell You What I Want
1987
oil on canvas
84 x 64 inches

James Gingerich
Artist and Model
1988
oil on canvas
70 x 90 inches

James Gingerich
Baptismal
1987
oil on canvas
53 x 70 inches

James Gingerich
Birth, Death, Sex, and Religion
1987
oil on canvas
70 x 90 inches

James Gingerich
Blanket Toss
1986
oil on canvas
70 x 55 inches

James Gingerich
Calling Out to the Gods
1987
oil on canvas
84 x 64 inches

James Gingerich
Car Trouble
1986
oil on canvas
36 x 48 inches
 

James Gingerich
Father and Son
1987
oil on canvas
84 x 60 inches

James Gingerich
Parking Break
1987
oil on canvas
84 x 64 inches

James GIngerich
Past Life
1988
oil on canvas
64 x 48 inches

James Gingerich
The Bride
1988
oil on canvas
86 x 48 inches
 

James Gingerich
Three Guys
1988
oil on canvas
84 x 64 inches

James Gingerich
Your Studies are Blowing Away
1987
oil on canvas
70 x 90 inches

Press Release

James Gingerich: New Paintings
February 9 – March 3, 1988

During February the Frumkin/Adams Gallery will show new paintings by James Gingerich. This will be the artist’s first one-man show in New York.  The current exhibition consists of new paints based on the artist’s life, both real and imagined, including works that recall his youth and adolescence in Texas.  A number of these have paintings within paintings, which re-occur in surprising fashion in different works.

James Gingerich was born (in 1952), raised and educated in Waco, Texas. He attended Baylor University before receiving his BFA from the University of Oregon. He has lived and worked in New York City since the mid-1970s. 

James Gingerich has participated in numerous group shows in New York, and has had one-man shows in Texas and the West. He was first seen at this gallery in “Masters of Mischief” (spring, 1985), and has been included in a number of group and invitational shows here since that time.

The James Gingerich exhibition will open February 9 and will run through March 3rd. The Frumkin/Adams gallery is open from 10 to 6, Tuesday through Friday, and from 10:30 to 5:30 Saturdays.