Bosco Sodi, Kathleen Vance, & Anselm Kiefer

Seen and Loved: “On the Road” by Monica Salazar

New York – November 2010

Here are some artwork highlights I’ve come across during my most recent travels to New York. Below are images of Berlin-based Bosco Sodi’s work at Pinta art fair, New York-based Kathleen Vance (who recently exhibited in two Berlin exhibitions), and the famed German artist, Anselm Kiefer at Gagosian Gallery.


BOSCO SODI, Organic Red
2010 Pinta art fair (New York City, NY), presented by Galerie Kai Hilgemann





KATHLEEN VANCE, Traveling Landscapes (2010)
MyHouse art space, Brooklyn, New York

*Preview the artist’s creative process behind her Berlin exhibition: Kathleen Vance Studio Visit



ANSELM KIEFER, San Loreto (2009-2010)
Oil, emulsion, acrylic and shellac on canvas
185 x 220 1//2 x 3 7/8 inches (470 x 560 x 10 cm)
Gagosian Gallery, New York City



Anselm Kiefer
Next Year in Jerusalem
installation views
(photos by Rob McKeever)
Gagosian Gallery, New York City

In Anselm Kiefer’s solo exhibition, “Next Year in Jerusalem (Le-shanah ha-ba-a b’Yerushalayim)”, he utilizes such diverse materials as acrylic, ash, cotton dresses, burned books, and plaster coated thorn bushes to illustrate themes of German history and the Holocaust. His works offer an eye-opening and moving experience, typical of the artist’s long respected history of work.

On View:
WEST 24TH STREET
ANSELM KIEFER
NEXT YEAR IN JERUSALEM
NOV 6 – DEC 18, 2010

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