After lunch, we stopped at the sundram tagore gallery at 547 27th St. The spiritual art by Sohan Qadri blew us all away with its meditative rhythm, texture, and saturated quality of dye on paper. These pictures do not begin to do the work justice. The exhibit is up till January 7 and you should go if you have a chance.
|In the same building, an exhbit of Miriam Schapiro's work. Feminist, ahead of her time, and insistent on using cloth and mother media in her work. she collaborated with Judy Chicago and other artists at California Institute of the Arts to create iconic feminist art in the early 1970's|
After that, we stopped to see a Joan Mitchell exhibit. I admire the energy in her work but it does not speak to me.
This plywood piece by another aritst, however, made me smile.
And I was completely crazy about Gordon Moore's work at the Betty Cunningham Gallery and would have bought this drawing on photo-emulsion paper if it had not already been sold.
That's it for now!