Press Release: Robert Remer: Biophilia




February 27 to May 31, 2021
Winter hours: Saturdays and Sundays 10-5


Quogue Gallery is pleased to present “Biophilia.” Robert Remer’s BIOPHILIC designs incorporate organic shapes into bespoke furniture, planters and sculpture capturing the shifting, yet timeless relationship between humans as nature. His process is a sort of dance with the past and the future, the unfolding of his work mirrors the stages of art history creating works that reveal choreographies between Nature and Civilization.

News: Quogue Gallery Opens “Lauren Lyons: A Bender of Fiction” |

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Quogue Gallery Opens “Lauren Lyons: A Bender of Fiction” November 24

Serving as the launching point for a very promising career with collectors and in galleries, the Quogue Gallery will present “Lauren Lyons: A Bender of Fiction” from November 24 to December 31, featuring 12 large scale provocative photographs from highly stylized shoots that the artist conceived and styled over the course of the past 20 years. The exhibition opening next week represents the first time these photographs are being exhibited formally together in a gallery.

Press Release: Lauren Lyons: A Bender of Fiction




November 24 to December 31, 2020

Artist Reception, Saturday, November 28, 12 – 7 PM


Quogue Gallery is pleased to present “Lauren Lyons: A Bender of Fiction.” Lyons is a self-taught photographer who got her start decades ago photographing musicians in Philadelphia and New York City. Over the years, she shot album covers, promotional photos, concerts, and festivals and worked with record labels,

Press Release: Figurative and Abstract Expressionism: A Meeting of Masters

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Figurative and Abstract Expressionism: A Meeting of Masters


October 3 to November 23, 2020

Opening Reception, Saturday, October 3, 5 – 7 PM


“Figurative and Abstract Expressionism: A Meeting of Masters” brings historically recognized masters such as Helen Frankenthaler, Adolph Gottlieb, Joan Miró, Ray Parker, and Emerson Woelffer together with their peers whose significance has been reassessed and brought to light in recent years.

Press Release: Eugene Healy: Recent Paintings

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August 14 to September 30 , 2020

Opening Reception, Saturday, August 15, 5 – 7 PM


Quogue Gallery is pleased to present “Eugene Healy: Recent Paintings.” The exhibition will feature 23 works newly painted by the artist.


About Healy’s work, Peter Hastings Falk, Chief Curator and Editor of Discoveries in American Art, writes, “Many of Healy’s paintings are abstractions of shore scenes,

Press Release: Patricia Udell | Color, Space and the Female Form

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Patricia Udell: Color, Space and the Female Form

July 21 to August 13, 2020

Artist Reception, Saturday, July 25, 5 – 7 pm


Quogue gallery is pleased to present “Patricia Udell: Color Space and the Female Form”. The exhibition will feature her gouache paintings as well as her plaster reliefs. Udell’s body of work explores color, space and the female form across a variety of media.

Art Review: Abstract Expressionism in Living Color | Norman Carton’s Paintings of the Fifties and Sixties

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As we celebrate this timely exhibition of Norman Carton’s phenomenal burst of works on paper in the Fifties and Sixties, let’s consider the rhythms of history, particularly the way a sudden boom is followed by a long echo. This is the pattern by which innovation is assimilated into a style. The works on paper by Carton that the Quogue Gallery, which has distinguished itself in this space of rediscovering great Abstract Expressionist art,

Press Release: Norman Carton | 1950s/60s Works on Paper




Norman Carton: 1950s/60s Works on Paper

July 3 to July 20, 2020


It is with great pleasure that the Quogue Gallery features works on paper by Norman Carton painted in the 1950s and 60s. Fifteen paintings will be on display in the north gallery. About the exhibition, Charlie Riley, the Director of the Nassau County Museum of Art writes, “Norman Carton,

Art Review: Layers of Deliverance | Jeff Muhs


by Peter Hastings Falk, Editor & Curator, Discoveries in American Art magazine

Jeff Muhs paints subliminal seductions. In the series, Deliverance, he orchestrates a balance of rhythms, colors, and compositions that induce us to embark on that voyage when flowers make their irrepressible emergence in spring and bloom into summer gardens. But this garden path is not radiating riotous color. Nor do these flowers foist upon us the saccharine colors and static compositions arranged in the stereotypical tabletop still life.