Seen and Loved // Kathleen Vance and Anselm Kiefer

by Monica Salazar // Nov. 23, 2010

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

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
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:
NOV 6 – DEC 18, 2010

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