February 3, 2017
Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to participate in Art on Paper as it returns to downtown Manhattan's Pier 36 in March 2 - 5, 2017.
Art on Paper's medium-driven focus lends itself to significant projects - unique moments that have set the fair apart and established a new and important destination for the arts in New York City.
January 3, 2017
November 16, 2016
November 15, 2016
Maria Park generously donates a painting to the The CUE Art Foundation's 2016 Benefit Auction. The CUE Foundation creates essential career and educational opportunities for emerging and unrecognized artists through exhibitions, public programing, fellowships, mentorship, and publication opportunities.
November 9, 2016
November 4, 2016
Allentown, PA – Martin Art Gallery at Muhlenberg College presents the exhibition Natural Philosophy, featuring ten artists (David Mann) whose work explores various approaches commonly associated with scientific inquiry. Natural Philosophy will be on view Wednesday November 2, 2016 through Saturday January 7, 2017.
September 21, 2016
On view for one year, Sight Plan is a 150-foot mural by Maria Park for the construction fence in front of the new Chinatown Central Subway Station on Stockton Street at Washington. The mural is an attempt to create a window of sky at this site. It refers to the experience of traveling through San Francisco, whose typography often brings surprising vistas of sky into the city as though one's focus were elevated above the horizon line.
September 20, 2016
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 25, 2 pm – 4 pm (Artist’s Talks 3:30 pm)
Lined Out is an immersive installation in Studio X fabricated from steel rods and salvaged automotive metal. The Santa Fe artist creates the installation by attaching a network of horizontal and vertical linear elements directly to the gallery walls. With patterns suggestive of Mondrian, the exhibition generates the experience of walking into a colorful three-dimensional drawing.
August 5, 2016
Scenes from the Life of Paris is a single-channel video installation that in making an object of the subject of video theatrically bifurcates H Project Space while reflecting and adding to aspects of its interiority. Carsley is an artist known for hybridizing all manner of cultural forms and collapsing hierarchies of social significance or importance.
February 28, 2016 - Thatcher Projects
50 Shades of Red is an exhibition curated collaboratively by Anne LaPrade Seuthe, director of Hampden Gallery, Kathleen Jacobs, Director of Blueway Art Alliance, and Trevor Richardson, Director of Herter Gallery. Together, they have selected a broad range of works (both abstract and figurative) from 50 artists, in which the color red - or some variant thereof - plays a dominant role in the creation of the finished image.
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December 6, 2015 - Thatcher Projects
Thatcher Projects was pleased to participate in eleventh edition of PULSE Miami Beach. The December the fair returned to its oceanfront home at Indian Beach Park with an airy layout and new dates, Tuesday, December 1 to Saturday, December 5, 2015. At PULSE, visitors discovered two adjoining pavilions housing a tightly-curated selection of more than 80 national and international exhibitors, representing work by over 200 artists.
Despite some unseasonably rainy weather, we were visted by many friends, both old and new. The fair received great press coverage, which we are excited to share.
Click HERE to view the list of press and to learn more about PULSE Miami Beach.
October 28, 2015 - Thatcher Projects
We are excited to share a collaborative project by David Mann and poet, Michael Sickler, which has been published by ArtFile, a curated online forum for art and culture founded by Alicia DeBrincat. The Poetry Project has been an online, ongoing collaboration conceived in 2013. Starting out with a poem that Sickler wrote in response to Mann's painting, Ring, the back and forth, poem and painting exhange has since continued. The project now consisits of about 30 pairs and continues to grow. According to Mann, "The paintings aren't intended as illurations of the poems nor are the poems descriptions of the paintings. The relationship has worked on a more intuitive and feeling level, the sensual, imagistic and the imaginative."
Click here to view to article and see a selection of pairs between Mann and Sickler.
October 13, 2015 - Thatcher Projects
We are very excited to announce Venske & Spänle's new solo exhibition at Silvan Faessler Zug in Switzerland, opening October 20, 2015. In addition to their exhibition, Myzot Nachtwächter, an incredible, large public installation will be installed in front of the gallery.
Die Anderen Myzot Nachtwächter
October 21 - December 23, 2015
Opening Reception: October 20, from 6 - 8 PM
Silvan Faessler Fine Art Zug
Vorstadt 18 6300 Zug
October 9, 2015 - Thatcher Projects
Thatcher Projects is excited to share a presentation of Rainer Gross' series Kabbalistic 72 Names of God at Gallery MC, a non-profit multicultural interdisciplinary art gallery committed to the research, production, presentation and interpretation of contemporary art.
October 2, 2015 - Thatcher Projects
Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce Jaq Belcher's participation in Papercuts at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Doha, Qatar. Culminating a 4 year - 12 venue tour, the exhibition Papercuts features exquisite hand cut paper works by an international roster of artists.
September 26, 2015 - Thatcher Projects
Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce a new exhibition by Tad Mike at the Lamar Dodd Art Center of LaGrange College in LaGrange, Georgia. Sostenuto is on view from September 1 - December 15, 2015. There will be an artist's reception on October 9, 2015 from 6 - 8 PM.
September 20, 2015 - Thatcher Projects
This exhibition showcases art that uses the distinctive and unconventional medium of adhesives. The works on view, which include several site-specific installations, incorporate various tapes, glues and stickers utilized for mark making, shading, color and texture. Artists from across the United States, Europe, and Asia will present works that demonstrate the somewhat unexpected and incredibly technical aesthetic quality of this art form. The exhibition is curated by Katherine Murdock, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey Assistant Curator.
Exhibiting artists: Tirtzah Bassel, Travis Childers, Hayt Hester, Ye Hongxing, Vandana Jain, Hong Seon Jang, Mark Khaisman, Sandra Ono, Johan Rijpma, Heidi Van Wieren
December 19, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
A profile of Boston sculptor Bill Thompson by Anthony Penta.
A visitor to Bill's miniature industrial workshop might expect to see him making intricate machines or auto parts. Instead, what emerges are smooth, mesmerizing forms that never suggest the messy, labor-intensive processes he uses to make them.
December 19, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the presentation of two large paintings and one work on paper by gallery artist, Omar Chacon at the Cynthia C. Wainwright Gallery of the Children’s Museum of the Arts in New York, on view January 22- May 3, 2015.
Curated by Children's Museum of the Arts Director of Fine Arts, Jil Weinstock, the exhibition, titled PIXELATED: SUM OF ITS PIECES, brings together emerging and mid-career artists whose work explores different means of perception. For better or worse, our lives are increasingly played out on a screen. From checking directions to playing a game on the latest bestselling app, digital technologies are a part of our everyday lives. Just as individual “pixels” are pieced together to create a larger image or message, this exhibition brings together visual artists whose works explore the intersection between art and technology, or who break down the very materials they work with into individual parts.
Exhibiting Artists: Aziz + Cucher, Omar Chacon, Christian Faur, Bradley Hart, Richard Klein, Daniel Rozin, Al Souza, and Devorah Sperber
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December 2, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the publication of Silvercup though Pace Editions, Inc. An aquatint and soft ground etching produced in an edition of 30, this print of the artist's 2014 painting of the same title is based off the iconic signage located in the Long Island City skyline.
November 18, 2014
September 16, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the inclusion of gallery artist Adam Fowler in Somewhere Between Creation and Destruction, the seventh International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition at the Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School.
Established at the Hartford Art School in 1994, The International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition is a grand showcase for the work of internationally known artists featuring challenging themes and a week of lectures and discussions leading up to the exhibition. Curated by Joseloff Gallery managing director, Lisa Gaumond, the exhibition explores works featuring paper as the central medium used to express the artists’ message and emotion. Paper may be sliced by hand, torn, or laser cut; pieces may be traditional, flat, and decorative; they may be layered, reconstructed, and sculptural.
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August 5, 2014 - Margaret Thatcher Projects
Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the inclusion of two gallery artists - William Betts and Maria Park, in That’s Where You Need to Be a group exhibition at Richard Levy Gallery, on view August 1 - September 19, 2014. Other artists in the exhibition include Xuan Chen and Willy Bo Richardson. Each of these artists expand the conventions of painting by executing their own unique styles and methods of application.
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July 30, 2014
Two major paintings by German American artist Rainer Gross, (Die Behauptung der Moderne I, 1982) and TV II Baroque, 1979) included in an exhibition of German Expressionist paintings at the Shanghai China Art Museum. Considered a movement with major influence on Chinese modern art since the 1980s, this is the first proper exhibition ever held on the Chinese mainland.Video from the exhibition on CCTV
May 31, 2014
The Institute of Modern Art is pleased to present the new installation Sciencefictive by Brisbane-born, Sydney-based established artist Gary Carsley. This immersive project transforms two galleries into an interior garden, seen through apertures, or Moongates, that puncture the white walls of the gallery. As visitors follow a path laid throughout the galleries, they will encounter these Moongates, which serve as windows onto gardens from around the world. These are displayed in the IMA galleries in a physical relationship to each other that they would have if Brisbane were the centre of the world. The entire work therefore functions as a giant mappa mundi, and encourages us to contemplate the complex balance between social construct, geography, and flora that characterises gardens. While today’s gardens are typically produced by landscape architects, Carsley suggests an affinity between the process of conceiving and creating a garden and that of the artist—bringing land, sea, and sky together into evocative spaces that offer journeys and compel reflection.
May 22, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
The gallery is pleased to announce Frank Badur's restrospective at the Saarland Museum in Saarbrücken, Germany. On view from May 10-October 12, 2014. The exhibition, titled 'Frank Badur' is a focused presentation of his paintings and drawings whose basis is set on his use of color, line, space, light, dimension and structure.
May 22, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
The gallery is pleased to announce Gary Carsley's inclusion in It's Timely, a group exhibition at the Blacktown Arts Centre, Blacktown New Soth Wales, Australia. On view from April 29-June 28, 2014.
It's Timely is framed by the two speeches Edward Gough Whitlam delivered in Blacktown in 1972 and 1974, rallying for racial and sexual equality. The artists images document the changes that completely transformed life and culture in the island continent.
April 26, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
April 25, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
Support community programming and outreach programs such as Artists with Disabilities and Arc, the Young Scholars Program, SAGE Elder Care: Art from the Heart and The Connection for Women and Families at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey by participating in "For Art's Sake", a silent art auction and benefit on Saturday, May 3, 7:30 - 10:30 PM. The auction will include works by gallery artists, Omar Chacon and Adam Fowler.
Learn more and purchase tickets for the benefit...
April 18, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
February 8, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
Eclosión en Valencia 2014 is a sculptural project of artists Julia Venske and Gregor Spänle. This roject includes more than 70 sculptures in marble called Smörfs populating different parts of the city of Valencia, Spain.
The exhibition is conceived as a journey begining in the Fondo Arte-AS gallery, continuing to the old Turia River, the Museum of Bellas Artes in Valencia, where the Smörfs discover Valencian Gothic painting of the permanent collection of the Museum. These sculptures were created by artists to interact, surprise and challenge the viewer with its organic forms.
This is the largest project Venske & Spänle after exhibitions in New York, Berlin, Los Angeles, Sydney and Zurich among others.
January 21, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce that works by Maria Park will be included in "Beyond Earth Art" at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Cornell University. Following in the footsteps of the legendary 1969 Earth Art exhibition took place at Cornell University (curated by Willoughby Sharp), the exhibition is comprised of separate installations and exhibitions that address issues related to the representation of landscape, water supply, food justice, recycling, fair distribution of natural resources, and the nature/culture divide.
January 16, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
Herter Gallery is pleased to present: "Pouring it On"
Including works by:
Cathy Choi, Tomory Dodge, Robert Feldschuh, Matthew Kolodzeij, Jacqueline Humphries, Richard Allen Morris, Jill Moser, David Reed, Robert Sagerman, Bret Slater, Josh Smith, Leslie Wayne, and Summer Wheat
While the sense of historical necessity that once attended so many new developments in abstract art has unquestionably loosened its grip, nevertheless Abstraction in one form or another, still commands the allegiance of a great many of today's artists.