Monthly Archives: August 2018

Press Release: Raymond Hendler | Press Release




Raymond Hendler: Time of the Metaphor

August 25 to September 30, 2018

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 25, from 5 to 7 pm

Raymond Hendler will be the next exhibition at the Quogue Gallery, highlighting the late artist’s works on canvas and paper dating from the 1950s to the 1990s. The exhibition will be on view from August 25 to September 30,

Art Review: Long Island Pulse | Melinda Zox

Melinda Zox cut her baby teeth on abstract art. The daughter of two artists—Larry Zox, a seminal force in geometric abstractions and the color field movement of the 1960s, and Jean Glover Zox—she grew up in the heart of the bustling, buzzing downtown New York art scene. Now, years later, she’s found a deeper serenity in both location and practice.

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Art Review: Fay Lansner Weaves Beauty from Charm of Color and Confident Line

Long live the tradition of the figure in abstract painting! For a classic example, consider the seamless way that Fay Lansner integrates the academic ethic of the life class with the sensuality of Abstract Expressionism. In “Fay Lansner: Figure and Form”—the intelligent and sensuous exhibition on view until August 23, 2018 at the Quogue Gallery—the artist reconciles what are conventionally held to be disparate aesthetics with the charm of appealing color and the authority of confident line.