Developed over three years starting in 2011, Riddy’s Palermo emerges from a process of observation both intuitive and deliberate. Slow and considered walks through the […]
The first solo exhibition at Markey by Zurier. It will feature six paintings informed by Zurier’s travels in Iceland. Light, color, atmosphere and mood are […]
The gallery’s fifth presentation of work by Paul Feeley (1910-1966). Paintings in this exhibition date from 1962 and 1963.
Lawrence Markey features an exhibition of handmade books by James Castle. Castle was born profoundly deaf and is known for his drawings, collaged objects and […]
Check out works by Ernst Caramelle, Mel Bochner, Suzan Frecon, Robert Moskowitz through November at Lawrence Markey Gallery. This show is definitely worth stopping by […]
Robert Moskowitz’s works on paper are featured in his exhibition at Lawrence Markey Gallery. Consisting of pastels and oils on paper, Moskowitz’s signature reductive style […]
Check out Wayne Thiebaud’s Charcoal Still Lifes 1964–1974 at Lawrence Markey Gallery! Associated with the Pop movement, Thiebaud’s works in charcoal often depict cakes, pastries, […]
Fred Sandback’s Untitled (Four-part Vertical Construction in Two Colors) from 1987 now on display at Lawrence Markey.
Check out works from Bochner’s recent language-based Thesaurus and Blah, Blah, Blah, series.
Lawrence Markey presents a great works on paper show featuring Jo Baer (shown), James Bishop, & Suzan Frecon.
grays and blues focuses on five of de Crignis' oil paintings from 1997 to 2004. During this period, de Crignis’ paintings appear to be ultramarine […]
Lawrence Markey presents Ernst Caramelle‘s recent panel paintings and a new wall painting.
Lawrence Markey presents an exhibit of ten drawings by Anne Truitt, who passed away in 2004. The show consists of a series of works from […]
Features 2 large paintings from the color fieldist's estate that have not been seen publicly in over 30 years: Germanicus (1960 — detail shown), and […]