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Franklin Parrasch Gallery

Franklin Parrasch Gallery exhibits art that addresses themes of evolution reflecting the dichotomy between group selection and individual selection.

New York

United States
Address:
20 West 57th St. 7th fl.
10019
Phone: 212.246.5360
Fax: 212.246.5391
Website: www.franklinparrasch.com


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Artists Represented

Peter Alexander
Billy Al Bengston
John Cederquist
Chris Churchill
Stephen DeStaebler
Shannon Goff
Joe Goode
George Herms
Craig Kauffman
Ai Kijima
Ken Price
Michael Somoroff
Irv Tepper
H.C. Westermann
William Wiley
Jesse Wine


Current Exhibitions

Joe Goode: 60s and 70s, February 23 - April 14, 2007


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Ed Paschke: Four Stages, April 19 - May 19, 2007


Previous Exhibitions

Chris Churchill: New Work, January 5 - February 17, 2007
Ai Kijima: Fused and Quilted, September 12 - October 18, 2006
Ken Price: Early Cups and Related Works on Paper, April 25 - June 10, 2006
Wilder: A Tribute to the Nicholas Wilder Gallery, Los Angeles 1965-1979, April 22 - May 27, 2005
Craig Kauffman: Works from the 1960's, November 11 - December 22, 2004


Art Fairs

Art LA 2006, 2007
Art Chicago 2006, 2007


Press Releases

Franklin Parrasch Gallery is please to announce an exhibition of paintings from the 1960's and 1970's by Los Angeles based artist Joe Goode.

In the late 1950's Goode fled his Oklahoma roots and headed west (at the behest of high school pal and fellow artist Ed Ruscha) to California, assuming his place in the collective huddle of the just burgeoning Los Angeles art scene. As struggling young artists and students at the acclaimed Chouinard Art Institute (under the instruction of Emerson Woelffer and Robert Irwin) Goode and Ruscha shared apartments, workspaces and social acquaintances throughout the early 1960's. Goode's experience of western migration and establishing a new identity has served to feed the central themes of perception and isolation that have consistently been the focus of his work throughout his career.

Goode's work has undergone various levels of interpretation over the past forty-five years from the time a work from his acclaimed "Milk Bottle" series was published on the cover of "Artforum" in 1962. In the article from that issue entitled "The New Paintings of Common Objects" John Coplans comments on Goode an... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

20 West 57th St. 7th fl.
between 5th and 6th Ave.
New York, NY 10019


Opening Times

regular hours (september - june)
tuesday - saturday 10 - 6

summer hours (july - august)
tuesday - friday 10 - 6