Blouin ArtInfo Features Joan Waltemath: Fecund Algorithms

Blouin ArtInfo Features Joan Waltemath: Fecund Algorithms

May 1, 2017

The selection of works on display features new paintings from the artist’s 'Torso/Roots' series. The new paintings by Waltemath were created with a range of unique materials including oil, graphite and various metallic and fluorescent pigments on aluminum panels, many of which took years for the artist to complete.

Rounding the Corner: Joan Waltemath at Anita Rogers

Rounding the Corner: Joan Waltemath at Anita Rogers

Sharon Butler of Two Coats of Paint Interviews Joan Waltemath

April 25, 2017

In “Fecund Algorithms,” a solo exhibition of new paintings and diminutive sewn-canvas works, Joan Waltemath diverts gently from the quiet perfection of her previous work to embrace small accidents and contingencies.

Art Break: Math and Art Merge With Joan Waltemath’s ‘Fecund Algorithms’

Art Break: Math and Art Merge With Joan Waltemath’s ‘Fecund Algorithms’

Zeal NYC Recommends Joan Waltemath's Exhibition

April 24, 2017

ZEALnyc’s downtown pick challenges that old thinking — math and art can be compatible and even be beautiful together. Go see for yourself!

Joan Waltemath: Fecund Algorithms Featured in Wall Street International

Joan Waltemath: Fecund Algorithms Featured in Wall Street International

April 22, 2017

Anita Rogers Gallery is pleased to announce Joan Waltemath: Fecund Algorithms, an exhibition of new paintings from the artist’s Torso/Roots series.

NY-ArtNews Reviews Joan Waltemath: Fecund Algorithms

NY-ArtNews Reviews Joan Waltemath: Fecund Algorithms

April 19, 2017

Upon entering the open space of the Anita Rogers Gallery you are greeted with rectangular aluminum canvas' that immediately draw your eye and are painted like multi-paneled grids. The subtly decadent, organized planes of color and texture serve as visual offsets and underline the surrounding architecture of the Anita Rogers Gallery. 

artnet Asks: Artist Joan Waltemath and the Secret Beauty in Math

artnet Asks: Artist Joan Waltemath and the Secret Beauty in Math

April 5, 2017

artnet news interviews Joan Waltemath ahead of her solo exhibition, Fecund Algorithms, at Anita Rogers Gallery

Hamptons Art Hub's "New Shows to Know" Features Joan Waltemath: Fecund Algorithms

Hamptons Art Hub's "New Shows to Know" Features Joan Waltemath: Fecund Algorithms

NYC Gallery Scene: New Shows to Know through April 9, 2017

April 3, 2017

Gordon Moore: New Work Featured in Steven Alexander Journal

Gordon Moore: New Work Featured in Steven Alexander Journal

April 2, 2017

Gordon Moore: New Work Featured in "Great Shows - March and April" in Steven Alexander Journal 

Maker's Mark: Gordon Moore

Maker's Mark: Gordon Moore

March 28, 2017

Gordon Moore: New Work Featured on The Finch

Hans Neleman Selected by Eric Aho to Exhibit in “Winners of the 2016 Juried Show”

Hans Neleman Selected by Eric Aho to Exhibit in “Winners of the 2016 Juried Show”

April 8 - 29 at Washington Art Association & Gallery in Washington Depot, CT.

March 17, 2017

“Winners of the 2016 Juried Show” features the work of David Moriarty, Hans Neleman and Judith Wyer.

Gordon Moore Featured in ArtCritical

Gordon Moore Featured in ArtCritical

March 15, 2017

ArtCritical highlights Gordon Moore: New Work

George Negroponte Included in "New New York" Exhibition at The Curator Gallery

George Negroponte Included in "New New York" Exhibition at The Curator Gallery

February 23, 2017

George Negroponte's New Army is on view at The Curator Gallery as part of the group exhibition, New New York: Abstract Painting in the 21st Century.

Gordon Moore: New Work Featured on ArtDaily

Gordon Moore: New Work Featured on ArtDaily

February 18, 2017

Exhibition of new works on canvas and photo emulsion paper by Gordon Moore opens at Anita Rogers Gallery

Steven Alexander Journal Highlights Tristan Barlow and Hans Neleman

Steven Alexander Journal Highlights Tristan Barlow and Hans Neleman

January 31, 2017

Steven Alexander Journal covers current painting shows in New York, including Tristan Barlow and Hans Neleman at Anita Rogers Gallery. 

Like A Local: Top Art Galleries in SoHo

Like A Local: Top Art Galleries in SoHo

Anita Rogers Gallery Named One of the Top Art Galleries in SoHo by TravelMag

January 25, 2017

Once a refuge for artists who rented cheap industrial lofts, SoHo is now one of the most stylish and exclusive neighborhoods in New York. While many of the artists have long since relocated, much of the art remains.

Tristan Barlow and Hans Neleman Featured in Wall Street International

Tristan Barlow and Hans Neleman Featured in Wall Street International

January 9, 2017

Anita Rogers Gallery is thrilled to introduce the work of Tristan Barlow and Hans Neleman in an upcoming two-person exhibition. 

ArtCritical Pick: George Negroponte at Anita Rogers Gallery

ArtCritical Pick: George Negroponte at Anita Rogers Gallery

George Negroponte: Gravel Road Featured as Critic's Choice on ArtCritical

December 29, 2016

Despite the show’s title, an alluring softness pervades George Negroponte’s new work in his exhibition, “Gravel Road,” at Anita Rogers Gallery in Soho through January 7. 

Eric Holzman's Essay on George Negroponte Featured in Steven Alexander Journal

Eric Holzman's Essay on George Negroponte Featured in Steven Alexander Journal

George Negroponte's Gravel Road on view at Anita Rogers Gallery through January 7, 2017

December 18, 2016

George Negroponte comes to making art with a pure love of painting. His aim has never been to turn over the apple cart, or in Al Held’s words, reinvent the wheel. As such, he has been compelled to paint his way through various modes and approaches, learning and searching for authenticity and resonance.

George Negroponte's "Blueberries" Featured in IN NEW YORK Magazine

George Negroponte's "Blueberries" Featured in IN NEW YORK Magazine

December 1, 2016

George Negroponte's Blueberries (Tape, enamel, acrylic and spray paint on cardboard, 15.5" x 5.75") featured in IN NEW YORK Magazine. 

George Negroponte: Gravel Road Reviewed by Douglas Turner

George Negroponte: Gravel Road Reviewed by Douglas Turner

Douglas Turner of The Architecture of Tomorrow Reviews George Negroponte's Latest Work

November 5, 2016

George is obviously a venerable artist. My early impressions of his latest (re)+work are very positive. Keeping all of this in mind, I’m certain my reflections are influenced by the number of pieces shown, the symmetry of how the pieces are hung, and the architectural qualities and layout of the gallery, and of course the pieces themselves having a constructed efficacious quality; all giving a sense of a utilitarian longing.

George Negroponte: Straddling the Studio and the Museum

George Negroponte: Straddling the Studio and the Museum

Mark Segal, The East Hampton Star

November 3, 2016

Many notable artists — among them Dan Flavin, Sol LeWitt, and Brice Marden — worked at museums early in their careers, usually as security guards, but few kept one foot in the studio and one in a museum for three decades. George Negroponte managed to do just that. 

George Negroponte Featured in ArtCritical

George Negroponte Featured in ArtCritical

October 20, 2016

David Cohen Highlights George Negroponte: Gravel Road

Negroponte in the East Hampton Star

Negroponte in the East Hampton Star

October 19, 2016

George Negroponte's Gravel Road Listed in East Hampton Star's "The Art Scene" 

George Negroponte Interviewed by Hamptons Art Hub

George Negroponte Interviewed by Hamptons Art Hub

George Negroponte and the Process of Painting

October 12, 2016

On the eve of a solo exhibition of recent paintings at Anita Rogers Gallery in New York, Pat Rogers of Hamptons Art Hub reconnected with Negroponte to continue a discussion on his art and his process that began a year ago. 

Hinnemo and Negroponte Included in Black & White: Modern and Contemporary Positions at Jason McCoy Gallery

Hinnemo and Negroponte Included in Black & White: Modern and Contemporary Positions at Jason McCoy Gallery

August 26, 2016

Virva Hinnemo and George Negroponte will be featured in a group show, Black & White: Modern and Contemporary Positions, at Jason McCoy Gallery in New York City. The show will be on view September 14 - October 22, 2016 at 41 East 57th Street, New York 10022, 11th Floor. 

ArtCritical Pick: Virva Hinnemo

ArtCritical Pick: Virva Hinnemo

Virva Hinnemo: Half Planet Featured as Critic's Choice on ArtCritical

06/01/2016

At times, abstract painting can seem like a received package, with little space left to think outside of the box. In Virva Hinnemo, to overplay the postal metaphor, we have an artist “pushing the envelope”—in her case, literally so. A form vocabulary and a gestural lexicon familiar from mid-century American masters Franz Kline, Robert Motherwell and Philip Guston meet the swift completion of their appointed rounds on flattened cartons as their repurposed, eccentric support. 

Virva Hinnemo Featured in the East Hampton Star

Virva Hinnemo Featured in the East Hampton Star

Mark Segal Interviews Virva Hinnemo in her Springs, NY Studio

April 28, 2016

Ms. Hinnemo adopted cardboard as her primary material last summer. “I was ready to scale up, and I have a lot of cardboard boxes from when we moved here. It’s a surface I love to work on. Because of the imperfections, whether it’s print or folds or weird edges and creases, it almost has a kind of grit. And it provides organizing principles, such the grid it makes when it’s unfolded or the holes meant for carrying it.”