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Lennon, Weinberg, Inc.

Lennon, Weinberg was established in 1988 and is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America. The gallery represents a range of artists and estates with a concentration on painting, sculpture, video and digital media.

NEW YORK, NY

United States
Address:
514 W 25 Street
10001
Phone: 212-941-0012
Fax: 212-929-3265
Website: www.lennonweinberg.com




Artists Represented

Peter Davis
Roy Dowell
Raoul Hague
Robin Hill
Richard Kalina
Harriet Korman
Laura Larson
Robin Lowe
Mary Lucier
Melissa Meyer
Joan Mitchell
Jill Moser
Stephen Mueller
Carl Palazzolo
Peter Soriano
Denyse Thomasos
Paul Waldman
H. C. Westermann
Stephen Westfall
Cindy Workman
Joseph Zito


Sample Art Work (1)

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Current Exhibitions

Joan Mitchell
The Black Drawings and Related Works 1964-1967
May 8 - June 28, 2014


Exhibition Photos (41)

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Art Fairs

ADAA
Armory Modern 2011


Press Releases

In the spring of 1965, Joan Mitchell had her seventh and final exhibition at the historic Stable Gallery in New York where her career as a painter had been launched more than a decade earlier. Included in the exhibition were the first in a series of paintings that she described at the time as her “new black paintings, although there’s no black in any of them.” It would not have been known at the time, but these paintings had companion drawings, and those works on paper, never before exhibited, are at the heart of our presentation nearly a half century after they were made.

There is a series of small, bold works made on sketchbook sheets with a haze of charcoal covered with watercolor or oil. These are the closest in appearance to the “black” paintings, and like them, have no black to speak of. Larger and compositionally kindred is a series of charcoal drawings with flashes of sepia pastel on soft, textured handmade paper. Together, these are the “black drawings” for which this exhibition is titled. They are accompanied by two contemporaneous paintings that ask us to consider the dialogue between her primary medium o... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Jill Weinberg Adams
Thomas Adams
Mary Benyo


Opening Times

Tuesday-Saturday 10am - 6pm