Featured Exhibitions At Vered - Archive
Say it with Flowers, Butterflies and Fantasy.
Preview 2013 opens at Vered, Gallery of Contemporary and Modern Art, Friday, January 25th. Included in this exciting contemporary exhibition are new works by Hunt Slonem, Adam Handler, Jessica Lichtenstein, Ray Caesar, Ron Agam, Steven Klein and Peter Buchman.
On view are Slonem's whimsical and colorful paintings of birds, butterflies and bunnies, Adam Handler's painted photographs and canvases, Jessica Lichtenstein's latest sexy and playful animated word sculpture Bloom, the Vibrant geometric abstractions of Israeli-American artist Ron Agam and Peter Buchman's delightful, humorous paintings of modern Americana. Very special effects are Vered's 'electric' windows.
Modern artists include mid-century works on paper and paintings by Willem de Kooning, Reginald Marsh, Fairfield Porter, Perle Fine, Wolf Kahn, Alma Thomas, Norman Bluhm, Esteban Vicenti, Pablo Picasso and Milton Avery; photographs by Weegee, Bert Stern and Man Ray.
Vered Gallery opens its new exhibition Needful Things with a Collector's Preview Thursday, October 4th at 5pm. This annual fall group exhibition features new works by Colin Christian, Grant Haffner, Ray Caesar, Adam Handler and Ron Agam as well as special selections by Yayoi Kusama, Will Cotton and Robert Mapplethorpe.
In Gallery II are works by Modern Masters Avery, Picasso, Kline, Gorky, de Kooning, Bearden, Porter, Man Ray, Lawson and many more. These exhibitions will be on display through Monday, December 3rd.
Masterworks of European and American Art for the 21st Century
On display are 50+ works by renowned painters, sculptors and photographers Arshile Gorky, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, Arman, Jean Dubuffet, Sam Francis, Milton Avery, Bert Stern, Oscar Bluemner, Joseph Stella, Man Ray, Romare Bearden, Perle Fine, Niki de Saint Phalle, Robert Mapplethorpe, Aleksandr Rodchenko, Tony Smith, Cindy Sherman, Vic Muniz, Pablo Picasso and many others.
Art on the Edge 2012
Now in its third consecutive year, Art on the Edge comes to the newly launched Vered Contemporary. Art on the Edge, the only exhibition of its kind in the Hamptons, is an annual survey of New Contemporary Art featuring the most provocative new painters, sculptors and photographers working in their respective mediums today. Each year, the eclectic nature and quality of work featured in Vered's Art on the Edge exhibits have made it the "must-see" summer event for savvy art collectors in the Hamptons. The exhibition opens with a Reception Saturday, May 26th 8-10pm and continues through Monday, June 25th.
Ray Caesar: Selected Works
Caesar's new body of work has a deep personal meaning for him as it touches on the hidden places in his psyche as well as reflects on childhood experiences. Virtually all of his work deals with coming to terms with the subconscious elements of his life and the way he experiences the world around him.
"My work seems to keep on the regular themes of "Hunting Back Innocence" and "Revelations of Light" and the painful process of "Self Examination" and hidden voices calling like sirens in the night. Premonitions and the worlds of pleasure and pain and ugliness and beauty and humiliation and dignity. For many people what I do is art, but for me the pictures are a communication from my subconscious to my conscious mind." - Ray Caesar
Adam Handler's sexy solo exhibition Love Junkies includes paintings and photographs themed around the often intertwined notions of relationship, obsession and sexuality.
With my work I strive for originality. I hope to entice various generations with the subject matter, while exposing it in a way that has never been done before.
- Adam Handler
Landscapes and seascapes by modern masters Milton Avery, Oscar Bluemner and Thomas Moran will be on display with contemporary works by Wolf Kahn, Jules Olitski, Robert Dash, Balcomb Greene and Grant Haffner through January 30th.
A Stitch in Jewish Time
The many artists in A Stitch in Jewish Time change our conception of materials, form, construction and creative reach. In the realm of conceptual fine art, each is outstanding and leaves an indelible impression that expands our perception of contemporary art and enhances our understanding of Jewish history, experience, and values. Individually, the artists address issues of memory and reflection, interpretations of history and ritual, and links between the past and present. They delve into aspects of the Holocaust, war, patriotism, celebration, prayer, feminism and sexuality, frequently through the inclusion of Biblical texts and sometimes challenging traditional forms. Artists in A Stitch in Jewish Time are both male and female, Jewish and non-Jewish.
The initial concept for the exhibition, curated by their director, Laura Kruger, is from an exhibition at Hebrew Union College (HUC). The show has been enlarged by the addition of photographs. As we have come to realize, a picture is worth a thousand words, whether woven or photographic, as all visual arts enhance memory.
Frank Stella: Monumental Wall Sculptures
The works in Vered's exhibition, Frank Stella: Fully Volumetric Reliefs, are boldly entwined with lived experience and Stella's interests in archeology and architecture. These sculptures, from Stella's reflections on key archeological sites in ancient Anatolia, are energetic metal wall constructions made of industrial materials. One of the greatest artists of his generation, only he and Jasper Johns have had 2 retrospectives at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Art on the Edge
Art on the Edge is Vered Gallery's annual showcase of the most talented artists working in New Contememporary Art. This special exhibition brings to the Hamptons the best in cutting edge painting, sculpture and photography by some of the most exciting artists working today.
10th Annual Independence Day Weekend Silent Art Auction
This year's auction beneficiary is the Turn the Corner Foundation for Lyme disease education and research. Over 75 works of Modern and Contemporary art will be auctioned off with special lots donated 100% to Turn the Corner Foundation. Artists whose work will be auctioned off include: Avery, Bleckner, Caesar, Chamberlain, Close, de Kooning, Fischl, Hockney, Klein, Lichtenstein, Mapplethorpe, Minter, Picasso, Porter, Sherman, Stern, Thiebaud, Warhol & more.
View lots and bid here or at the gallery Friday, June 24th at 11am. Auction ends at 7pm sharp Sun, July 3rd.
Raul Higuera - Couture Shock
Vered Gallery features Couture Shock, the first solo exhibition of work by hot, new fashion photographer Raul Higuera. Couture Shock features highlights of Higuera's wonderfully bizarre, sexy surreal fashion stories straight from the pages of Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire and Harper's Bazaar.
Steven Klein - Works
A collection of work from renown fashion photographer Steven Klein including his large scale horse portraits, Mad Magic fashion images, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's Case Study #13 and Dolce & Gabbana's latest Pop magazine campaign.
Abstract Expressionism: The New York School
This exhibition at Vered Gallery shows many of the same artists whose works are represented in the 2011 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York; Willem De Kooning, Jackson Pollock. Esteban Vicente, James Brooks, Norman Bluehm and Michael Goldberg and adds Perle Fine, Beauford Delaney, Tony Smith, Friedl Dzubas, Louise Nevelson and a great 1945 abstraction by Romare Bearden.
Fluid Beauty - Gideon Lewin's Nudes
Botero: Paintings and Sculptures
An exhibition of mammoth paintings and sculptures from the master artist as well as some smaller paintings, sculptures and works on paper spanning four decades of the artist's career. Included in the exhibition are twenty works that exemplify many of Botero's most familiar themes including nudes, dancers and animals.
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