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Tour de Tribeca
Getting out and about in the neighborhood April 2022

With Spring at our front door, we’ve been getting out and about in the neighborhood, and there’s much to be seen.

Amer Kobaslija 'Kesennuma Port March 18'
Amer Kobaslija on Documenting the 2011 Tsunami in Japan
One Hundred Views of Kesennuma June 2020

Following the 2011 earthquake off the coast of Japan, Amer Kobaslija arranged to visit the town of Kesennuma in the Miyagi Prefecture, with the aim of chronicling the aftermath.

Robert Arneson set of four bronze sculptures
Robert Arneson's Self Portraits in Bronze
May 2020

In the last decades of his life, Robert Arneson began using bronze both for the versatility of the medium and its usefulness in public installations.

Tony May 'A View Showing the Draw-Pin Latch...'
Tony May's Documentary Paintings
May 2020

Tony May’s documentary paintings are precisely that: a record of the installations, projects and repairs he’s completed over the years.

Elmer Bischoff 'The Ocean'
Elmer Bischoff and the Northern California Landscape
Painting from memory May 2020

Elmer Bischoff was born and raised in Oakland, California and he lived his entire life in the Bay Area. Its landscape is an inescapable force in his paintings.

Arnaldo Roche-Rabell's Self-Portraits
Arnaldo Roche-Rabell's Self-Portraits
Celebrating Earth Day April 2020

In celebration of Earth Day this year, we are reminded of the power of nature, as seen in the work of Arnaldo Roche Rabell from the early 1990s.

Andrew Lenaghan's New York
Andrew Lenaghan's New York
Painting across the five boroughs April 2020

Andrew Lenaghan’s work lends itself perfectly to today’s empty New York. 

Enrique Chagoya's codices
Enrique Chagoya's codices
April 2020

Enrique Chagoya's codices are, in fact, books, in the tradition of ancient Mesoamerican texts. He employs the same amate paper and accordion format, read right to left, while updating the pictorial language with recognizable, contemporary images.

Jeremy Anderson's Topographical Map Drawings
Jeremy Anderson's Topographical Map Drawings
April 2020

While Jeremy Anderson found inspiration in the ancient civilizations and their artifacts, the map drawings he started in the 1960s laid out his personal mythologies.

Amer Kobaslija's Studio Paintings
Amer Kobaslija's Studio Paintings
April 2020

An artwork we've been thinking of recently is Amer Kobaslija's Painter's Floor with Chair and Ladder, 2005.

Jack Beal, 'Sondra on Back Porch' 1964
Jack Beal Working from Nature
Oneonta, New York April 2020

Jack Beal’s relationship to Realism is rooted in his commitment to working from life.
 

Luis Cruz Azaceta
Luis Cruz Azaceta
The AIDS Epidemic Series March 2020

As we are out of the gallery and unable to enjoy our current exhibition, another work by Luis Cruz Azaceta comes to mind.