An Inside Look: Making of an Exhibition
From the Archives: Adolph Gottlieb’s First Solo Exhibition, 1930
Behind the scenes: “Adolph Gottlieb: Classic Paintings,” on view at The Pace Gallery, 510 West 25th Street in New York City until April 13th.
A Look Back: "Gottlieb: Sculpture," 1970
“Mr. Gottlieb's statement is already something to challenge America’s best…”
A Look Back: "Paintings from Four Decades" at Pace Gallery
This was Adolph Gottlieb’s first sculpture exhibition and featured seven of his sculptural works.
Last week to see "A Painter's Hand: The Monotypes of Adolph Gottlieb."
In 1972, Thomas Hess said of #AdolphGottlieb, “He has the option to dare greatly, and Gottlieb’s art has been daring - experimental in the best sense of the word - for over twenty years.”
A symposium at the Phillips Collection
This exhibition will finish its national five-venue tour when it closes on April 29th.
On April 22nd, the @PhillipsCollection will be hosting a symposium around the exhibition, "Ten Americans After Paul Klee," led by curator Elsa Smithgall.