Exhibit Archive

Photos by Tom Brenner.

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The Hypogean Tip features new work by sculptor Rachel Owens in the Burt Chernow Galleries


Opening Reception: February 6, 2020 from 5:30 to 7:30pm


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Installation Photos


The Hypogean Tip Opening Reception

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The Roots of Abstraction a virtual exhibition


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Curated by Robbin Zella, Director, Housatonic Museum of Art
Essay by Sarah Churchill, Art Instructor, Housatonic Community College


  • Robert Beauchamp
    Robert Beauchamp
    American, 1923-1995
    Untitled (animal), 1956
    Oil on board
    Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Kahn

    1981.12.01
  • Jimmy Ernst
    Jimmy Ernst
    American, 1920-1984
    Untitled, 1958

    Oil on canvas
    Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rose

    1985.06.01
  • William Baziotes
    William Baziotes
    American, 1912-1963
    Untitled, n.d.
    Oil on masonite
    Gift of Dr. Barry Musikant

    1984.22.01
  • Jimmy Ernst-2
    Jimmy Ernst
    American, 1920-1984
    Disc, 1967
    Oil on masonite
    Gift of the artist

    1968.41.01
  • Norio Azuma
    Norio Azuma
    Japanese/American, 1928-2004
    Waterfront, 27/50, ca 1970s
    Serigraph on canvas
    Gift of the artist

    1968.42.01
  • Curt Barnes
    Curt Barnes
    American, 1943
    Construction, 1974
Collage and mixed media on paper
    Gift of Jud and Barrie Ebersman

    2000.18.12
  • Stephen Greene
    Stephen Greene
    American, 1917-1999
    Blue Light, 1966
    Oil on canvas
    Gift of Justin and Vivian Ebersman

    2012.11.02
  • Herbert Ferber
    Herbert Ferber
    American, 1906-1991
    Peace, (from the Peace Portfolio), 1970, AP
Silkscreen on cream wove paper
    Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Kahn
    1984.24.05
  • Theodoros Stamos
    Theodoros Stamos
    Greek-American, 1922-1997
    The Ship of Odysseus, n.d.
    Oil on masonite
    Gift of Benjamin Weiss
    
 1967.43.01
  • Hale Woodruff
    Hale Woodruff
    American, 1900-1980
    Two Figures: Abstraction, ca. 1958
Oil on canvas
    Gift of the artist

    1968.16.01
  • Alfonso Ossorio
    Filipino-American, 1916-1990
    Blow in the Face, 1963
    Mixed media assemblage
    Gift of Fred Ossorio

    1977.34.01
  • Seymour Lipton
    Seymour Lipton
    American, 1903-1986
    Oracle: Study for Clairvoyant, 1969
Lithograph on cream wove paper
    Gift of Burt and Ann Chernow

    1989.04.14
  • Richard Hunt
    Richard Hunt
    American, 1935
    Untitled, ca. 1970s
    Lithograph on wove paper
    Gift of Samuel Dorsky

    1978.61.02
  • Richard Hunt
    Richard Hunt
    American, 1935
    Untitled, ca. 1970s
    Lithograph on Wove paper
    Gift of Samuel Dorsky

    1978.61.01
  • Conrad Marca-Relli
    Conrad Marca-Relli
    American, 1913-2000
    Ville Neuve, 1982
    Lithograph on cream wove paper
    Gift of Bruce Cappels

    1991.19.69
  • Romare Bearden
    Romare Bearden
    American, 1911-1988
    The Conversation, 11/175, 1979
Lithograph on cream paper
    Gift of Bruce Cappels

    1991.19.07
  • Theodoros Stamos
    Theodoros Stamos
    Greek/American, 1922-1997
    IFLS, 15/100, 1979
    Lithograph on wove paper
    Gift of Aaron Miller

    1995.27.09
  • Willem de Kooning
    Willem de Kooning
    Danish, 1904-1997
    Seated Woman, 1987
    Bronze
    Gift of Herman Klarsfeld
    1996.29.02
  • Louise Nevelson
    Louise Nevelson
    American, 1899-1988
    Lullaby for Jumbo, 72/150, 1966
    Photographic screen print with collage on yellow paper
    Gift of Hugh Levin
    1993 23. 02

    Masters of Op Art


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    How Color Tricks the Eye and Brain

    Optical Illusions

    Nathan Jacobs/Optical Illusions

    Curated by Robbin Zella, Director, Housatonic Museum of Art



    • Henry Charles Pearson
      Henry Charles Pearson
      American, 1914-2006
      Expanding Yellow #10, 1959
      Oil on canvas
      Gift of the artist
      1969.08.01
    • Henry Charles Pearson-2
      Henry Charles Pearson
      American, 1914-2006
      Untitled, 19/30, 1995
      Screen-print on off-white wove paper
      Gift of Mark Greenstein
      2001.02.08
    • Richard Anuszkiewicz
      Richard Anuszkiewicz
      American, 1930
      Splendor of Orange, 82/100, 1978
      Serigraph on paper
      Gift of Hugh Levin
      1993.23.10
    • Richard Anuszkiewicz-2
      Richard Anuszkiewicz
      American, 1930
      Sequential X, 124/200, 1972
      Silkscreen on cream paper
      1982.46.01
    • Stanley William Hayter
      Stanley William Hayter
      American, 1901-1988
      Desiree, 5/10, 1966
      Screen-print on off-white wove paper
      Gift of Herbert Lust
      1991.17.13
    • Josef Albers
      Josef Albers
      German/American, 1888-1976
      I.S.E. Homage to a Square,
      Variant II from Ten Variants, 52/200, 1966
      Serigraph on cream paper
      Student Government Purchase
      1975.15.01
    • Josef Levi
      Josef Levi
      American, 1938
      XWZCB, 1968
      Screen-print on cream paper
      Gift of Mark Greenstein
      2001.02.06
    • Richard Anuszkiewicz
      Richard Anuszkiewicz
      American, 1930
      Tiles/Coasters, 182/250, 1964
      Porcelain enameled tiles/coasters
      Gift of Mark Greenstein
      2007.04.06
    • Josef Levi-2
      Josef Levi
      American, 1938
      Nyotitrobic II, 1965
      Perforated metal and Liquitex
      Gift of the artist
      1967.09.01
    • Victor Vasarely
      Victor Vasarely
      French/Hungarian, 1906-1997
      Kass-MC-“Rhythm,”183/250, 1970
      Serigraph on cream paper
      Gift of Bernard Manuel
      1980.47.02
    • Victor Vasarely-2
      Victor Vasarely
      French/Hungarian, 1906-1997
      Izzo Rouge (from the Gestalt Album), 1970
      Serigraph on paper
      Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William Woods
      1988.03.12.02
    • Victor Vasarely-3
      Victor Vasarely
      French/Hungarian, 1906-1997
      Uran II, 60/250, 1979
      Serigraph in colors
      Gift of Bernard Manuel
      1980.47.03
    • Victor Vasarely-4
      Victor Vasarely
      French/Hungarian, 1906-1997
      Opale-3 from “Clarities” in the Amiel Album, 182/250,
      1970
      Serigraph in colors
      Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William Woods
      1988.03.10
    • Victor Vasarely-5
      Victor Vasarely
      French/Hungarian, 1906-1997
      Omega V, 84/250, 1979
      Serigraph on paper
      Gift of Mr. Bernard Manuel
      1980.47.04

      Photorealism: Fixing the Fleeting Moment

      Photorealism Cover
      Download Photorealism Catalog Here



      • Baeder
        John Baeder
        American, 1938
        Market Diner, 31/250, 1979
        Screen-print on off-white Somerset wove paper
        Gift of Bruce Cappels
        1991.19.106
      • Bechtle
        Robert Bechtle
        American, 1932
        ‘68 Nova, 1972
        (from the suite Documenta: The Super Realists)
        Six color lithograph on Arches paper (Printers Proof)
        Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Kahn
        1984.24.08
      • Bell
        Charles Bell
        American, 1935-1995
        Little Italy, 31/250, 1979
        (from the City-Scapes Portfolio)
        Screen-print on off-white Somerset wove paper
        Gift of Bruce Cappels
        1991.19.107
      • Besser
        Arne Besser
        American, 1935-2012
        Bridgehampton, 32/250, 1979
        (from the City-Scapes Portfolio)
        Screen-print on Somerset white satin paper
        Gift of Bruce Cappels
        1991.19.09
      • Bull
        Fran Bull
        American, 1938
        Lincoln Center/Dusk, 31/250, 1979
        (from the City-Scapes Portfolio)
        Screen-print on Somerset white satin paper
        Gift of Bruce Cappels
        1991.19.110
      • Han
        H.N. Han
        Chinese/American, 1939
        New York Skyline, 31/250, 1980
        (from the City-Scapes Portfolio)
        Screen-print on Somerset white satin paper
        Gift of Bruce Cappels
        1991.19.112
      • Mahaffey
        Noel Mahaffey
        American, 1944
        Night, Times Square, 32/250, 1979
        (from the City-Scapes Portfolio)
        Screen-print on Somerset white satin paper
        Gift of Bruce Cappels
        1991.19.67
      • Yao
        C.J. Yao
        Chinese/American, 1941-2000
        Entex Building, Houston, 224/250, 1981
        Screen-print on off-white Somerset wove paper
        Gift of Bruce Cappels
        1991.19.99

        In A Dark Wood, Wandering
        Opening Reception

        A Survey Exhibition of Sculptures by Joe Saccio

        Opening Reception: Thursday, Nov. 7th from 5:30PM-7:00PM

        Photos by Tom Brenner.

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        Close to the Line

        Opening September 5, 2019 At Housatonic Museum of Art

        The Housatonic Museum is pleased to present Close to the Line: Mari Rantanen and Kirsten Reynolds, an investigation of geometric abstraction through a performative lens. Curated by Barbara O’Brien, the exhibition will be on view in the Burt Chernow Galleries at the Housatonic Museum Art September 5 – October 12, 2019. A reception with the artists and curator will be held on Thursday, September 5 from 6-7:30 p.m. This event is free, and the public is cordially invited to attend.

        According to curator O’Brien, “Close to the Line will reconsider the history of 20th century geometric abstraction, its evolution and place in the 21st century. The expression and intention of the artist will be in active dialogue with the experience of the viewer. Large-scale works will tread lightly between painting, sculpture, architecture and the performative.”

        For the exhibit “Close to the Line” Reynolds will exhibit two new architectural installations. In the main gallery, viewers can walk through “Switchback,” 2019, a tall cluster of trestle-style architectural frames connected to large fragments of decorative arcs. The arcs seem to spin or fall around a brightly painted platform, creating a theatrical “stage” of frozen movement that playfully frames the viewers’ physical engagement with the space. In the second gallery, “post” 2019 is an arrangement of faux architectural forms that interchangeably suggests an ordinary structural support, remnant of an unknown intention or an ambiguous point in a narrative of construction and demolition.

        Poised between perpetual creation and imminent collapse, Reynold’s large-scale, site-specific architectural installations activate the agency of uncertainty. Her work explores the inter-relationships between language, architecture and the body as theoretical constructions that become fluid and emergent through humor, curiosity and wonder. Colorful printed patterns and faux wood grain used throughout the installations present a surface façade that complicates materiality, rendering her architectural constructions as unstable and performative. Reynold’s absurd tableaus create a space between fact and fiction that the viewer can enter, becoming a participant in an irresolvable narrative.

        Reynolds has exhibited widely, most recently at the Boston Sculptors Gallery, the McIninch Gallery at Southern New Hampshire University; the Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire; the Blue Star Contemporary Museum, San Antonio, Texas; the Currier Museum, Manchester New Hampshire, and the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln Massachusetts. She holds a BFA from Syracuse University and an MFA from Maine College of Art. Reynolds is the recipient of numerous awards including the Vermont Studio Center Fellowship, New Hampshire State Council for the Arts Artist Grant. She lives and works in Newmarket, New Hampshire with her husband and two children.

        Born in Espoo, Finland, Mari Rantanen has had a distinguished, international career including a professorship at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts from 1996-2005. Commissions to design large-scale architectural public art works include the Niittykumpu Subway Station in Espoo, Finland and the Citybanan Odenplan Metro Station in Stockholm Sweden, both 2017. For more than 20 years, Rantanen has maintained a studio practice in Stockholm, Sweden, Tammela, Finland, and New York City. She studied at the School of the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki, Finland. As a Fulbright Scholar, she studied at Pratt Institute in New York City. In the past few years alone, Rantanen has had solo exhibitions in France, Finland, Sweden, Germany and the United States.

        For "Close to the Line," Rantanen will premiere a large-scale triptych which will create an enveloping experience of vivid color and glowing light. A few paintings from the 2017 series "There is a Crack in Everything. That is How the Light Comes In" - will also be shown. The series title is borrowed from the song "Anthem" by Leonard Cohen. The sets of paintings, mural-like in scale, will fill the peripheral vision of the viewer and create an evolving experience as the visitor moves through the gallery, suggesting looking at an idea or subject matter from different points of departure.

        Rantanen’s signature palette of glowing, bright oranges, reds, pinks and greens create a near op-art experience of vibrating geometric forms. The palette is given a classical counterpoint with the addition of gold and silver created from German pigments mixed with acrylic. A marvelous, light filled space is created through the placement of side-by-side geometric forms; ovoid, triangles, stripes, dots, and hatch marks. In her paintings, color bears the emotional quality and feelings, while the geometric forms bring a narrative quality.

        “My work,” says Rantanen, “reflects life via culture. I am especially interested in architecture and painting - places people have made. The history and presence of visual culture, the different systems and patterns that make life visible both as it is seen in the everyday life as well as in the high culture are of great importance to me. I want to combine element of different cultures through my own experiences as well as interpret the experiences of others as I them understand. With my work I hope to make good places and spaces for emotions.

        Barbara O’Brien is an independent curator and critic based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She was Executive Director of the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri from 2012-2017, after serving as chief curator and director of exhibitions since 2009. O’Brien is an elected member of AICA-USA, International Association of Art Critics. “I am delighted to be working with the Housatonic Museum and director Robbin Zella. I am grateful for the opportunity to bring together the art of Mari Rantanen and Kirsten Reynolds to create a dialogue around the art and artists of our time.”

        Prior to her time at the Kemper Museum, O’Brien was an assistant professor in the Art & Music department at Simmons College in Boston (2006-08), editor-in-chief of Art New England magazine (2003-06) and Director of the Gallery and Visiting Artist Program at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA (1990-2001). O’Brien earned an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and in 2006 was awarded the RISD national alumni award for professional achievement.


        About the Reception

        A reception with the artists and curator will be held on Thursday, September 5 from 5:30PM - 7:30PM. Musician Joe Mennonna will be performing.

        Joe Mennonna is a freelance musician with a wide-ranging musical career spanning liturgical and educational, as well as studio and live performing in jazz, rock, folk and classical genres. He is currently a multi-instrumentalist for actor Kevin Bacon’s band The Bacon Brothers, and is an associate organist for The Church of St. Mary in Greenwich, CT. He has toured with folk legends Tom Rush, Don McLean, Al Stewart and Janis Ian. He has scored numerous features, documentaries as well as multi-media corporate presentations for IBM, Ford, Colgate-Palmolive and other large and small companies, and appears as a keyboard or saxophone soloist on recordings with Vanessa Williams, Melba Moore, Gillan and Glover of Deep Purple, Tom Rush and Richie Havens. He is a Grammy nominee (2009, Best Musical Album for Children), and continues in record production, artist development and music instruction.


        Mari Rantanen, "There is a crack in everything, that is how the light comes in #11", 2017, 72" x 44"


        Kirsten Reynolds, architectural model for "post", wood and paint, 2019


        Click Here To View the Images from the Gallery Opening
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        A portrait!

        What could be more simple and more complex, more obvious and more profound.  Charles Baudelaire

         

        Telling Portraits

        Portraits were once the exclusive province of monarchs and nobles, symbols of privilege and prosperity. With the development of the daguerreotype in 1839, working class people soon had a means of capturing their own likeness inexpensively and, by 1901, cameras like Kodak’s Brownie became so affordable, anyone could take pictures!

        Andy Warhol, one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, comes closest to the notion of the valet de chambre or court painter. He, himself, was famous as a chronicler of the rich and famous, though his monumental paintings began as the humble Polaroids on view here. Similarly, photographer Hans Neleman records not only the likeness of his subject, but also the rich tradition of tattooing known as ta moko, a practice that signals one’s status within Maori society. In contrast, Sean Kernan’s subjects are kept separate and apart from society. Locked behind the walls of maximum security prisons, we are offered only fractured features reflected in a mirror, the very inverse of celebrity and rank.

        Taking pictures of people as they move about their day, unaware they are being observed, is at the very heart of candid photography.  Renowned street photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson, conveys a bit of humor with his “portrait” of a small child laboring to carry a portrait as large as herself. Larry Silver takes unplanned photos of people and situations as well. As a little boy gazes off into the distance unaware of Silver’s presence, his puppy stares directly into the camera lens. With over one hundred Rolling Stone covers to his credit, the celebrated portrait photographer, Mark Seliger, caught this young girl contributing her teddy bear to one of the many memorials that materialized in New York City after 9/11. These photographs are not meant to document a particular person, but rather, to capture “decisive moments” as they unfold.

        Material, motion and mood are employed by Robert Klein, Kenda North and Deborah Dancy to reveal, instead of a likeness, the personality of their subjects. A woman, fully clothed replete with red shoes, is seated at the bottom of a pool; another woman dances with her mother’s wedding dress while an “empty suit” leans against a lamp post. Sensitive and poetic or social and political, image by image, these photographs create portraits that both show and tell.

        • William Noyes

          William Noyes

          American, 1918

          Pedro E. Guerrero, 1984
          Gelatin silver print

          Gift of the artist

          1995.26.211.136

        • Robert Klein

          Robert Klein

          American, 1952

          Untitled, 1976-1978
          Black and white photograph

          Gift of the artist

          1985.19.07

        • Henri Cartier-Bresson

          Henri Cartier-Bresson

          French, 1908-2004

          Gelatin silver print

          Gift of the artist

          1992.20.11.04

        • Mark Seliger

          Mark Seliger

          American, 1959

          Untitled from “here is new york, 2001
          Digital print on paper

          Gift of Robert Thornton

          2002.16.09

        • Sean Kernan

          Sean Kernan

          American, 1942

          Prison, West Virginia, 1977-1979
          from “Without, Mercy, Pardon or Parole Gelatin silver print

          Purchased with funds from Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation

          2003.13.02

        • Sean Kernan

          Sean Kernan

          American, 1942

          Prison, Alabama, 1977-1979
          from “Without, Mercy, Pardon or Parole Gelatin silver print

          Purchased with funds from Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation

          2003.13.02

        • Andy Warhol

          Andy Warhol

          American, 1928-1987

          Dolly Parton, 1985
          Rhonda Ross, 1981
          Pia Zadora, 1983

          Polacolor ER

          Gift of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.

          2009.05.17, 2009.05.25, 2009.05.26

        • Andy Warhol

          Andy Warhol

          American, 1928-1987

          Grilled Corn
          Black and white photograph

          Gift of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.

          2009.05.115

        • Marvin Schwartz

          Marvin Schwartz

          American

          Christo with wrapped telephone, New York City, 1972
          Selenium archival silver print

          Gift of Mark Greenstein

          2010.11.13

        • Deborah Dancy

          Deborah Dancy

          American, 1949

          Dancing with my Mother, 1/10 2010
          Digital photograph

          2015.11.01

        • Robert Von Sternberg

          Robert Von Sternberg

          American, 1939

          Pasadena Rose Parade, 1971
          Photograph, archival ink jet print

          Gift of The Museum Project

          2017.15.13

        • Kenda North

          Kenda North

          American, 1951

          Bliss, 2017
          from the Submerged series

          Ultra chrome pigments printed on Hahnemule William Turner paper

          Gift of The Museum Project

          2017.15.43

        • Kenda North

          Kenda North

          American, 1951

          Red Shoes, 2009-2017
          from the Urban Pools series

          Ultra chrome pigment printed on Hahnemule William Turner paper

          Gift of The Museum Project

          2017.15.44

        • Photograph by Hans Neleman from the book Moko – Maori Tattoo

          Photograph by Hans Neleman from the book Moko – Maori Tattoo

          Lauren (Piata) Heenan

          Iwi: Father’s side,Ngati Kahungunu. Mother’s side, Ngai te Rangi

          “My moko is the moko of a student, the moko of a woman proud to be a wahine”

          2018.04.03

        • Sara Augenbraun

          Sara Augenbraun

          American, 1953

          Untitled (from the series Carnival)

          Color photograph

          On loan from Robbin Zella

          L2018.02.01

        • Larry Silver

          Larry Silver

          Child with Puppy, 1950

          Gelatin silver print

          1984_10_02

        • Herb Ritts

          Herb Ritts

          Mask, Hollywood, 1989

          Gelatin silver print

          1996_05_43_17

        • Larry Silver

          Larry Silver

          Headstand, Muscle Beach, Santa Monica, CA, 1954,

          Silver gelatin print

          2016_03_02

        • Photograph by Hans Neleman from the book Moko – Maori Tattoo

          Photograph by Hans Neleman from the book Moko – Maori Tattoo

          Whare

          Iwi: Ngai te Rangi, Ngai Tuhoe

          2018_04_04

          On View

          The HMA displays works from the permanent collection and long-term loans throughout the college including offices, atriums and lounges.

          Currently on view is Object Lessons which includes over twenty thematic installations including:

          • A Fine Line which focuses on the use of line in etchings, drawings, paintings and sculpture;
          • Telling Portraits featuring photographs by Andy Warhol, Hans Neleman, Larry Silver, Kenda North, Sean Kernan, Deborah Dancy and Larry Silver;
          • Torn, Ripped and Cut: The Art of Collage; Circuses, Carnivals and Fairs; Word/Play and Artist as Activist, to name a few.

          The BURT CHERNOW Galleries are currently closed for renovation.

          Exhibit Archive


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