The Phillips Collection will exhibit Moira Dryer: Back in Business, January 25-April 19. Featuring approximately 30 of her richly textured and color saturated paintings and sculptures, this is the first comprehensive museum exhibition to consider her early work. From her beginnings in the early 1980s until her death, "Dryer pursued a line of work in dialogue with modernist painting and abstraction while in consideration of more contemporary themes. The exhibition also includes a collection of notes, drawings, and photographs from the artist’s archive that provide a historical context firmly placing Dryer at the center of the conversation regarding painting in the 1980s and 90s. The exhibition is organized by The Phillips Collection with guest curator Lily Siegel.
The Phillips Collection is exhibiting Bonnard to Vuillard: The Intimate Poetry of Everyday Life: The Nabi collection of Vicki and Roger Sant thru January 26.The exhibition presents over 60 exquisite rarely seen works by a leading group of European Post-Impressionist artists who ushered in a new form of artistic expression in the 1890s.The group assumed the name “Nabis” (from the Hebrew navi, meaning “prophet”), because its members shared a belief in art’s intimate connection to everyday life. Nabis sought to break down the artificial barriers between the fine and decorative arts.
Image below:Pierre Bonnard, Apres-midi au jardin (Afternoon in the Garden), 1891, Oil and pen and ink on canvas. The Phillips Collection, promised gift of Vicki and Roger Sant.
The Phillips Collection is exhibiting Intersections: Los Carpinteros: Cuba Va! thru January 26.Los Carpinteros, comprised of Marco Castillo and Dagoberto Rodríguez, is an internationally acclaimed Cuban artist collective that merges architecture, sculpture, design, and drawing. Their Intersections project features two videos from 2018—Comodato and Rétractil—and a group of LED sculptural portraits.
Images below: Example of Los Carpinteros's LED portraits to be part of their Intersections project at the Phillips