Fall exhibitions and public programs

Fall exhibitions and public programs

New York Studio School

September 26, 2023
Fall exhibitions and public programs
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New York Studio School is pleased to announce its schedule of fall exhibitions and related public programming, all of which are free and open to the public. To stay informed on the latest NYSS news, sign up for our monthly newsletter at nyss.org.

Ruth Miller’s Enduring View: September 8–October 22, 2023
The New York Studio School presents a solo exhibition honoring the work of Ruth Miller (b. 1930), whose lifework is guided by a meditative and honest portrayal of the world and objects around her. Ruth Miller’s Enduring View spans more than fifty years of creative work, pairing Miller’s early paintings—which include rarely seen works from the artist’s time living in rural Pennsylvania during the 1960s—with recent still lifes and landscapes to explore the technical experimentation and succinct observations that characterize Miller’s oeuvre.

Concurrently with the exhibition, Grid Books has released Ruth Miller: Painted Presence, curated by the Tulsa-based artist and Miller’s former student, Mark Lewis. The collection features sixty full-color reproductions of Miller’s work and a compilation of essays from Eric Aho, Alix Bailey, Riley Brewster, Graham Nickson, and Karen Wilkin, among others. Together, the exhibition and the book speak to the lasting legacy and continued relevance of Miller’s half-century-plus career. Click here to learn more.

Ruth Miller’s Enduring View—A Panel Discussion: Tuesday, October 10, 6:30pm ET
A panel discussion with Elisa Jensen, Mark Lewis, Stanley Lewis, and Ro Lohin will be held in conjunction with the exhibition. Join us for this Evening Lecture Series event in person or virtually. Visit here for more information and to register for the Zoom Webinar. To explore the full Fall 2023 Evening Lecture Series schedule, visit our website.

Gallery talks in person and on Instagram LiveWednesday, October 4, 1pm ET / Wednesday, October 11, 1pm ET / Wednesday, October 18, 1pm ET.

Stephen Antonakos Drawings: Geometry and Space: November 2, 2023–January 7, 2024
Opening reception: Thursday, November 2, 2023, 6–8pm ET

New York Studio School presents Stephen Antonakos Drawings: Geometry and Space. Curated by Karen Wilkin in close collaboration with the Stephen Antonakos Studio, the exhibition will highlight the life and drawings of Stephen Antonakos. Antonakos (1926–2013) defined his art as “real things in real spaces in the here and now.” The many directions Antonakos explored over nearly six decades are echoed in the variety and the sheer number of his works on paper—from early machine-stitched lines on canvas, to formal compositions with colored pencils, to experiments with collaging, cutting, folding, and crumpling. Antonakos’s drawings reveal the essence of his work. It can be argued that they constitute the most personal and fundamental aspect of his artmaking.

Stephen Antonakos Drawings: Geometry and Space—A Panel DiscussionNovember 8, 6:30pm ET
A panel discussion will explore the life and work of Stephen Antonakos. Moderator Kara Carmack will be joined by David Ebony, Sergio Pardo López, and Karen Wilkin. This Evening Lecture Series event will be held in person and virtually; click here for more information and to register for the Zoom Webinar. To explore the full Fall 2023 Evening Lecture Series schedule, visit our website.

Exhibitions are free and open to the public from 10am to 6pm daily. For inquiries about sales or accessibility, please contact Assistant Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs Kara Carmack.

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