Editor’s Picks: Favorite Paintings Not to Miss During the Season Opening Shows, NYC

After seeing over 25 shows to start the 2020 – 2021 art season, I wanted to share a few of my favorite paintings currently on display in New York City, in no particular order.

Harold Ancart: Traveling Light at David Zwirner Gallery (19th street).
Suzan Frecon at David Zwirner, stone cathedral, 2019, oil on linen, overall: 108 1/2 x 87 5/8 inches (275.6 x 222.6 cm). Panel, each: 54 1/4 x 87 5/8 inches (137.8 x 222.6 cm)
Carmen Herrera: Painting in Process at Lisson Gallery
Sam Falls at 303 Gallery, Paradise, 2020, pigment on canvas, 51 x 111 inches (129.5 x 281.9 cm)
Susumu Kamijo at Jack Hanley Gallery, If There Is No One Beside You, 2020 Flashe Vinyl Paint on canvas 98 x 72 inches
Luchita Hurtado at Hauser & Wirth, circa 1970’s, crayon, graphite, and ink on paper, 60.3 x 45.7 cm / 60.3 x 45.7 cm / 23 3/4 x 18 inches.
Gina Beavers at Marianne Boesky Gallery, Passo a Passo, 2020, acrylic on linen on panel, 96 x 72 x 6 inches | 243.8 x 182.9 x 15.2 cm
Gahee Park at Galerie Perrotin, betrayal (Sweet Blood), 2020, 68.6 × 55.9 cm | 27 × 22 inch, oil on canvas.
Didier William at Candice Madey Gallery, Kote ou jwenn ti pisin sa a (Where did you find this tiny pool?), 2020, acrylic, oil, ink, wood stain, wood carving on panel, 50 by 62 inches.

Dan Herschlein at JTT Gallery, The Boneless One, 2020, wood, plaster, pigmented joint compound, epoxy putty, milk paint, wax, graphite, color pencil, fishing line, 51.5 x 41.5 x 8 inches
Constance Tenvik at 56 Henry, After The Satyrlike Adventures, 2020, gouache, acrylic, and charcoal on canvas, 78.8 × 59 in / 200 × 150 cm
Joan Snyder at Canada Gallery, In Woodstock, oil, acrylic, burlap, cloth, mud, herbs on linen, 32 x 64 in (81.28 x 162.56 cm)
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Jamie Martinez

Jamie Martinez is the founder/publisher of ARTE FUSE contemporary art platform and the founder/director of The Border Project Space. He is an artist using the concept of triangulation throughout his work. His process involves constructing, deconstructing and fragmenting images, data, and information geometrically into triangulated segments. Follow him @JamieMartinezStudio WWW.JAMIEMARTINEZ.NET

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