203 Fine Art Spring Exhibition
March 26, 2021 - April 30, 2021
203 Fine Art presents an exhibition featuring works of art from Early Modern to contemporary. This exhibition features the work of Early Taos and New Mexico associated Modernists, including Robert Ray, Michio Takayama, Andrew Dasburg, John Sloan, Louis Ribak, Beatrice Mandelman, RC Ellis, Leon Gaspard, and Louise Ganthiers. From Dasburg’s cubist “Talpa Adobes,” to monumental geometric abstractions by Ribak, and the ethereal expressionism of Takayama, this show highlights modernism’s transition from referential figurative work to non-objective abstraction.
As well as exhibiting work by mid-century moderns, this exhibition showcases gallery represented contemporary artists, connecting past to present with pieces including Karen Schiff’s graphite rubbing of Agnes Martin’s painting mat. Los Angeles artist America Martin’s large-scale “Woman with Book,” and Shaun Richel’s “Bloom”, are radiant paintings whose rich color palettes remind us of the warmer weather to come. Also on view, work by Tom Dixon, John De Puy, and Eric Andrews, as well as new work by Taos sculptors Ron Lopez and Hank Saxe. Newly represented by the gallery, sculptor Dean Pulver presents pieces that were recently on view during his 2020 Harwood Museum solo show.
We are pleased to present this exhibition, which brings together modern and contemporary, in a celebratory show for the springtime.