Rede Leonardo Portfolio 2016

Rede Leonardo Portfolio 2016

Portfolio of Pigment Prints featuring portraits of dogs by various artists:

 

Chuck Close

Adam Fuss

Gordon Parks Foundation

inezandvinoodh

Martin Usborne

Bruce Weber

William Wegman

 

Printed by Adamson Editions, Washington DC 2016

 

The Washington Post / Galleries: Nature's Serenity

The Washington Post / Galleries: Nature's Serenity

Review by Mark Jenkins, March 11, 2016

 

image: CAROLYN MARKS BLACKWOOD, Spectral Class, 2014, archival pigment print, 40 x 40 inches, edition of 3

Washington City Paper / Arts Desk: At Adamson Gallery, a Blurring of Lines in ‘Elemental Perspectives’

Washington City Paper / Arts Desk: At Adamson Gallery, a Blurring of Lines in ‘Elemental Perspectives’

February 3, 2016

Posted by Louis Jacobson

 

image: RENATE ALLER, Atlantic Ocean, September 3, 2013, archival pigment print, 40 x 60 inches, Edition of 5

Kim Keever Creates Music Video for Joanna Newsom

Kim Keever Creates Music Video for Joanna Newsom

Kim Keever contributed to Joanna Newsom's music video for her newest single Divers.

PULSE Miami Beach 2015

PULSE Miami Beach 2015

Adamson Gallery / Editions is exhibiting at the eleventh edition of PULSE Contemporary Art Fair in Miami Beach, located at Indian Beach Park. The art fair opens Tuesday, December 1 and closes on Saturday, December 5, 2015. Please contact the gallery for further information. For fair hours and information, please visit the PULSE Miami Beach website: http://pulse-art.com/miami/visitors/. For a preview of our exhibition, please visit here: https://www.artsy.net/show/adamson-gallery-adamson-gallery-at-pulse-miami-beach-2015

 

ADAMSON GALLERY / EDITIONS: Booth # N-115

 

PULSE MIAMI BEACH CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR

Indian Beach Park

4601 Collins Avenue

Miami Beach, FL

 

The gallery will be closed from December 1 thru December 5, 2015. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, December 8, 2015, 10am to 5 pm.

CLOSED for the HOLIDAY: Thanksgiving Day

November 26 2015

Adamson Gallery will be closed on Thursday, November 26 thru Saturday, November 28, 2015 in observance of the Thanksgiving Day Holiday.

Please visit our Gallery page for gallery information and hours of operation.

We apologize for the inconvenience. 

CLOSED

Adamson Gallery will be closed on Friday, July 17 and Saturday, July 18th, 2015.

We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, 10am – 5pm. Please visit our Gallery page for gallery information and hours of operation.

We apologize for the inconvenience. 

CLOSED for the HOLIDAY: Independence Day

Adamson Gallery will be closed on Friday, July 3rd and Saturday, July 4th, 2015 in observance of the Independence Day Holiday.

We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, July 7th, 2015, 10am – 5pm. Please visit our Gallery page for gallery information and hours of operation.

We apologize for the inconvenience. 

 

 

The Washington Post / In the Galleries: Gordon Parks's photos from the Jim Crow-era South

The Washington Post / In the Galleries: Gordon Parks's photos from the Jim Crow-era South

By Mark Jenkins, June 5, 2015

CLOSED for the HOLIDAY: Memorial Day

Adamson Gallery will be closed on Saturday, May 23rd, 2015 in observance of Memorial Day. 

We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, May 26, 2015, 10am  – 5pm. Please visit our Gallery page for gallery information and hours of operation.

We apologize for the inconvenience. 

GORDON PARKS: Segregation Story

GORDON PARKS: Segregation Story

April 11 – August 29, 2015

Adamson Gallery is proud to present Segregation Story, an exhibit of photographs by Gordon Parks, one of the twentieth century's foremost documentarians of American life. This exhibition features a selection of images from Parks's powerful 1956 photographic series, which doucmented an extended African American family in segregated Alabama. Originally commissioned for a September 1956 issue of Life Magazine, this series is an intimate portrayal of one family's perseverence through racial and economic subjugation in the Jim Crow South.

 

For additional information, please contact the gallery. Press release and images available on request.

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI @ The Figge Art Museum

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI @ The Figge Art Museum

Interconnected in Art, Nature, Science, and Technology

January 24 – May 31, 2015

In her solo exhibition at The Figge Art Museum, Yuriko Yamaguchi pairs recent and earlier work in a comprehensive survey showcasing multimedia installations and sculptures constructed from hand-cast resin connected by networks of steel, copper, and brass wire. Her sculptures are technological renditions of nature, evoking phenomena such as tornadoes and cellular, neuron-like structures, as well as abstract representations of digital networks.

Washington City Paper / Arts Desk: The Top Five Photos Shown in DC this Year

Washington City Paper / Arts Desk: The Top Five Photos Shown in DC this Year

December 23, 2014

Posted by Louis Jacobson

 

Kim Keever, west 131f

CLOSED for the HOLIDAYS

Adamson Gallery is CLOSED for the Holidays, from December 24th through January 2nd, 2015.

We will resume normal business hours on January 3rd, 10am – 5pm.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Happy Holidays.

ART MIAMI 2014

ART MIAMI 2014

December 2, 2014

Art Miami 2014

Tuesday, December 2 – Sunday, December 7, 2014

 

The Art Miami Pavilion

Midtown | Wynwood Arts District

3101 NE 1st Avenue

Miami, FL 33137

 

*Booth # C31*

 

Adamson Gallery is particpating in the 25th Edition of Art Miami 2014. For additional information, please contact the gallery at 202.232.0707 or info@adamsongallery.com. For fair hours and ticketing information, please visit the Art Miami website here.

 

The gallery will resume normal business hours on Wednesday, December 10, 2014.

(e)merge Art Fair 2014

(e)merge Art Fair 2014

Washington DC

October 3, 2014

(e)merge Art Fair

October 3–5, 2014

The Capitol Skyline Hotel

10 "I" Street, SW

Washington DC 20024

*Booth 8 / First Floor Ballroom*

 

Adamson Gallery is participating in the fourth edition of (e)merge Art Fair, at the Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington DC. For additional information, please contact the gallery at 202.232.0707 or info@adamsongallery.com. For fair hours and tickets, please visit the (e)merge website here: http://www.emergeartfair.com/visitor-info/.

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI

Interconnected: Science, Nature, and Technologies

June 7, 2014

Washington Post Review

"Galleries: Interconnected"

By Mark Jenkins, June 7, 2014

With her new show at Adamson Gallery, Yuriko Yamaguchi takes a step away from nature, but only to get a different vantage point on it. “Interconnected: Science, Nature, and Technologies” consists of six hanging or wall-mounted installations, made of hand-cast resin shapes connected by metallic wire. Some also include LEDs, which add steady illumination to the glimmers and shadows caused by ambient light.

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI

Interconnected: Science, Nature, and Technologies

April 24, 2014

Washington City Paper Review

"Yuriko Yamaguchi’s Mixed-Media Clouds at Adamson Gallery"

In computing, “the cloud” is just a metaphor. In the art of Yuriko Yamaguchi, it becomes compellingly tangible.

The Osaka-born Yamaguchi, who’s been working in the U.S. since the 1970s and who is now based in Vienna, Va., uses steel, copper and brass wire along with small pieces of hand-cast resin to create sprawling modular networks that suggest communications networks with an uncanny lightness.

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI

K@20 Kreeger Museum 20th Anniversary Exhibition

February 20, 2014

"K@20: Kreeger Museum 20th Anniversary Exhibition"

"Embrace," a new scultpure by Yuriko Yamaguchi, is featured in the Kreeger Museum's 20th Anniversary group exhibition of 14 Washington DC based Artists.

Embrace is made from hand cast resin, stainless steel wire, wood, and LED light.

"K@20 highlights 14 Washington, DC-area artists: Kendall Buster, William Christenberry, Gene Davis, Sam Gilliam, Tom Green, Ledelle Moe, Michael Platt, Jann Rosen-Queralt, John Ruppert, Jim Sanborn, Jeff Spaulding, Dan Steinhilber, Renee Stout, and Yuriko Yamaguchi. Displaying a broad spectrum of interests and styles, the featured artists have all contributed to the Washington art scene and beyond; each has shown previously at The Kreeger. In recognition of the Museum’s history, guest curator Sarah Tanguy relates the artworks thematically to the building’s architecture and aspects of the collection.From installations, paintings, sculptures and works on paper to video, the selection offers a fresh perspective,not only on individual practices,but also on the collective strength of Washington’s art community - and honors Carmen and David Lloyd Kreeger’s legacy and the Museum’s future."

RECENT EDITIONS 2014

RECENT EDITIONS 2014

January 28, 2014

Washington City Paper Review

"Washington City Paper / Arts Desk: "Recent Editions" at Adamson Gallery"

Washington City Paper / Arts Desk: "Recent Editions" at Adamson Gallery

Upon entering “Recent Editions” at Adamson Gallery, I was told that there is no overarching theme to the exhibit. That seems to be accurate—it’s a collection of recent works by Adamson favorites—but individually, the works by Marc Babej, Chuck Close, Robert Longo, and Gary Simmons each have something to recommend them, even if the works by Close, Longo, and Simmons fit well within the confines of their previous work.

PULSE Miami 2013 | December 5 — 8, 2013

PULSE Miami 2013 | December 5 — 8, 2013

August 30, 2013

The Ice Palace
1400 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33136
(Media and Entertainment District)

ADAMSON GALLERY will be exhibiting at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair in Miami from December 5 — 8, 2013.

PULSE, held annually in Miami and New York, is the leading US art fair dedicated solely to contemporary art.

For more information, please visit the PULSE Miami 2013 page: pulse-art.com.

We've Moved...

August 1, 2013

Adamson Gallery has relocated to suite 301 of 1515 14th Street NW. Please find us in our new location on the third floor.

Our office is open for business, Tuesday thru Saturday, 10am to 5pm. We are currently transitioning our new gallery, and will be announcing our future plans and exhibitions at a later date.

INEZ + VINOODH

INEZ + VINOODH

July 12, 2013

INEZ VAN LAMSWEERDE and VINOODH MATADIN exhibition, on display at Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills, July 12 - August 23, 2013.

These spectacular images were printed by our team at ADAMSON EDITIONS, Washington DC.

To view images from this exhibition, please visit gagosian.com..

FRIEZE WEEK NYC

FRIEZE WEEK NYC

May 17, 2013

PULSE NEW YORK Contemporary Art Fair 2013
May 9 — 12, 2013

Curator Picks on Artsy.net


Our exhibition at PULSE New York Contemporary Art Fair received much accolade; The 七 portfolio by Not Vital, and works by Gordon Parks were selected as Curator Picks by Stefano Tonchi, Editor-in-Chief of W Magazine, and former creator and Editor-in-Chief of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Tonchi mentioned Vital and Parks as his top highlights from Frieze Art Week New York. Additional information can be located on Artsy.net.

PULSE New York 2013
May 9—12, 2013

PULSE New York 2013 May 9—12, 2013

May 9, 2013

PULSE New York 2013
The Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street, Chelsea
New York, NY 10011

ADAMSON GALLERY will be exhibiting at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair in NYC, from May 9—12, 2013.

PULSE, held annually in Miami and New York, is the leading US art fair dedicated solely to contemporary art.

For more information, please visit the PULSE NYC 2013 page: pulse-art.com.

NOT VITAL: 七

NOT VITAL: 七

May 9, 2013

ADAMSON GALLERY / EDITIONS is pleased to announce the release of our newest edition by Swiss artist, Not Vital. This limited edition portfolio titled 七, the Chinese numerical symbol for seven, contains seven archival pigment prints of Dali stone, a type of marble native to Southwest China. Dali marble is renowned for its picturesque surface quality, reminiscent of landscape paintings. The monochromatic palette within the stone evokes memories and dreams, reflecting landscapes of Vital's past and present. This portfolio was printed and published by ADAMSON EDITIONS, Washington DC.

For inquiries, please contact ADAMSON GALLERY at 202.232.0707, or by email to info@adamsongallery.com.

GORDON PARKS / An American Lens

GORDON PARKS / An American Lens

May 2, 2013

The Washington Post Review

"Iconic Gordon Parks photos show shades of gray in American race relations"

Parks is best known for his black-and-white work, much of it for Life magazine and well represented in Adamson Gallery’s “Gordon Parks: An American Lens.” The show includes high-contrast shots of Harlem in the late 1940s, as well as dramatic 1960s candids of Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X and Duke Ellington. Also present is the photographer’s take on “American Gothic” — a starkly posed 1942 portrait of office custodian Ella Watson, made when Parks worked at the Farm Security Administration in Washington.

GORDON PARKS / An American Lens

GORDON PARKS / An American Lens

April 3, 2013

Washington City Paper: Arts Desk

"Reviewed: Gordon Parks at Adamson Gallery by Louis Jacobson"

The Adamson Gallery exhibit “Gordon Parks: An American Lens” is nominally a retrospective, and it does a solid job of hitting the high points of the famed photographer’s long career with the Farm Security Administration and then Life magazine—his iconic variation on “American Gothic,” a portrait of D.C. custodian Ella Watson with a broom and mop in front of an oversized flag; an image from Parks' visceral series on teenaged Harlem gang leader Red Jackson; black-and-white portraits of such leading African American figures as Duke Ellington, Ralph Ellison, Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X; and even a smattering of frothy high-society fare.

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI + iona rozeal brown

YURIKO YAMAGUCHI + iona rozeal brown

March 23, 2013

Exhibition: Seeds, Pods, and Saplings: The Convergence of Three

Time: March 23 – June 30, 9 AM – 9 PM Daily

Location: The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities – 200 I (eye) Street, SE

This special exhibition will bring together the works of Japanese-born sculptor Yuriko Yamaguchi, painter Michi Fugita, and internationally renowned multimedia artist iona rozeal brown to form an other-worldy landscape in bloom. Alongside hand-carved wooden forms resembling seeds, nests, and organic growths, Yamaguchi’s suspended installations of tree-like structures will take shape from handmade pods attached individually to a matrix of wire. Her site specific series of installations entitled Web/Pray will require communal participation from her audience to make hundreds of blossoming pods that will be used by the artist to build several trees of prayers written within each pod.

INEZ + VINOODH

INEZ + VINOODH

January 24, 2013

INEZ VAN LAMSWEERDE and VINOODH MATADIN exhibition, on display at Gagosian Gallery in Paris.

These spectacular images were printed by our team at ADAMSON EDITIONS, Washington DC.

To view images from this exhibition, please visit inezandvinoodh.com.

JACK PIERSON

JACK PIERSON

January 12, 2013

A collaborative printing project with David Adamson, ADAMSON EDITIONS and Jack Pierson, for his new exhibition JACK PIERSON - THE END OF THE WORLD, at Regen Projects, Los Angeles.

To view this exhibition, please visit regenprojects.com.

CHUCK CLOSE - New Work

CHUCK CLOSE - New Work

December 20, 2012

Galleries: CHUCK CLOSE by Mark Jenkins

Although his style has changed over the years, Chuck Close’s focus has not. He came to prominence as a portraitist and remains one, an ironic reflection of his limited ability to remember faces. Originally a photorealist, the New York artist has long experimented with other techniques, designed to simultaneously fracture and preserve the image. “Chuck Close: New Work,” at Adamson Gallery, showcases two recent strategies.

CHUCK CLOSE - PULSE Miami 2012

CHUCK CLOSE - PULSE Miami 2012

December 13, 2012

Art + Design in Miami: Perspective Shift
Mastering the art of the double-take
by CH Editors in Culture


While the masses were ogling Chuck Close's woodburytype photographs of celebrities Kate Moss and Brad Pitt at Art Basel, Adamson Gallery at Pulse was also showing selections from the artist's recent series of portraits created from stamping paint from felt-tipped dowels. The detail was incredible, as each dot was composed of several concentric colored circles. While perfectly cohesive from a distance, a close inspection of the paper showed stacks of colors within each pointillist dot.

PULSE Miami 2012

PULSE Miami 2012

December 6, 2012

ADAMSON GALLERY will be exhibiting at PULSE Miami 2012 Contemporary Art Fair, December 6 - 9, 2012. We will be showcasing new work by Renate Aller, Chuck Close, Adam Fuss, Lyle Ashton Harris, Kim Keever, Robert Longo, Jack Pierson, and Yuriko Yamaguchi. For more information, please visit our PULSE Miami page.

CHUCK CLOSE - New Work

CHUCK CLOSE - New Work

November 27, 2012

Arts Desk

Reviewed: Chuck Close, “New Work” at Adamson Gallery by John Anderson

Though, Close's art has always been about the process, his latest exhibition at Adamson Gallery presents two that are new to him: watercolor prints and felt hand stamps.

GORDON PARKS / STUDIO MUSEUM HARLEM

GORDON PARKS / STUDIO MUSEUM HARLEM

November 11, 2012

Gordon Parks - A Harlem Family 1967 | November 11, 2012 - June 30, 2013

The images in this exhibition were printed by David Adamson and ADAMSON EDITIONS, Washington DC.

For more information, please visit studiomuseum.org.


press: The New York Times: Gordon Park's Harlem Family Revisited | 5 March 2013