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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

Roy Dowell
New Paintings and Sculptures
April 3 - May 3, 2014
Opening reception April 3, 6-8pm


Exhibition Photos (41)

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Art Fairs

ADAA
Armory Modern 2011


Press Releases

This is Roy Dowell’s second exhibition at Lennon, Weinberg. It is strikingly different from his first here four years ago in which long rows of framed collages ringed the gallery. The current exhibition includes eight paintings and five sculptures that assert an attitude about Dowell’s foundational practice of collage as surely as if they had been made from his usual repertoire of printed and hand-drawn sections of paper.

Roy Dowell is a prodigious gatherer of references and resources. He has a magpie’s eye for the visual properties of things that he generously introduces into his work. Icons of early and mid-century modernism such as Georges Braque, Kurt Schwitters and Stuart Davis are fair game, along with Mexican and Latin American pottery and textiles, ethnographic material from Africa and India, printed billboards and painted signage. His home and his studio are filled with collections of ritual and vernacular objects that clearly inform his sense of color, pattern and composition.

Asked recently what is the most indispensable item in his studio, Dowell replied, “I would say that the object that hangs above my des... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Jill Weinberg Adams
Thomas Adams
Mary Benyo


Opening Times

Tuesday-Saturday 10am - 6pm