some Women / Pretty girls
Schmidt Center Gallery
February 28 - April 11, 1998
Artists in the Exhibition: Chuck Agro, Mike Cockrill, Nicole Eisenman, Katherine Kuharic, Elizabeth Olbert, Richard Phillips, and Nicola Tyson.
some WOMEN/PRETTY girls presented painted depiction's of women
by seven contemporary artists who have all exhibited their figurative art in
New York City and other American and International venues during the last
five years. Most of the works depict a solitary female subject, a convention
that many of these artists consistently employ. Presented concurrently
with Catherine Howe's exhibition.
Images: (clockwise from the top left): Installation view of works by Nicola Tyson (left) and Richard Phillips (right) in the Schmidt Center Gallery; installation detail of works by Katharine Kuharic (left) and Elizabeth Olbert (right); installation view of works by Nicole Eisenman, Chuck Agro, Katharine Kuharic (left to right); Horizontal Blonde, Richard Phillips, oil on canvas, 1996, collection of Howard E. Rachofsky.
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