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artnet Asks: Optical-Kinetic Artist Alberto Biasi

April 29, 2015 FEATURED BY ARTNET You might not be familiar with the work of Alberto Biasi, though he's appeared at Venice Biennales and in shows at New York's Museum of Modern Art, but whet your appetite at New York's De Buck Gallery which hosts "Unlimited Perception," his first solo exhibition in New York since 1971. There, challenge your [...]

Regine Schumann | Site-Specific Installations

April 27, 2015

Cologne-based artist Regine Schumann is amongst the most notable artists working in the field of acrylic sculpture today. Her work beautifully explores the relationships between color, light and architecture. From multiple panels of light to monumental blocks of pulsating color, Regine Schumann’s work is truly a visual experience. Schumann’s sculptures are created to interact with […]

Alberto Biasi’s Delightfully Disorienting, Optically Challenging Art

April 1, 2015

FEATURED BY ARTSY Along with movements such as Germany’s Zero Group and America’s Anonima Group, the members of the Italian Gruppo Enne were pioneers in reinventing the possibilities for retinal art in the mid-20th century. Using constructivist and optical art methods, Group Enne produced works that were neither flat nor sculptural, animated nor still. At New York’s De Buck Gallery, Alberto […]

“Should Women Be Able to Water The Lawn?”

February 2, 2015

MSNBC Originals recently published a fantastic video profile of painter Kelly Reemtsen, entitled “Should Women Be Able to Water The Lawn?” The video provides an enlightening glimpse into Reemtsen’s work, inspiration and the artist herself. To view the complete video, please click here.

Color in Motion: Dion Johnson’s Abstract Paintings of Light, Shape, and Color

January 8, 2015

The aptly named “Chromatic Momentum,” the new show at De Buck Gallery by the Los Angeles-based painter Dion Johnson, is all about color and motion. Not that it’s easy to put into words the striking visual impact of Johnson’s boldly hued abstract paintings—images that look, at turns, like bright ribbons of color, or light refracted along […]

Chromatic Momentum on Issuu

January 7, 2015

Visit the gallery’s page on Issuu for a preview of Dion Johnson’s exhibition Chromatic Momentum which will be on view through February 14. Click here to view the e-catalogue!  

De Buck Gallery Antwerp Opens

November 25, 2014

De Buck Gallery is excited to announce the successful inauguration of our Antwerp viewing space on Friday, November 21, 2014. The space is located at Bosmanslei 30, 2018 Antwerp, Belgium, and will be open by appointment throughout the year. On view during the opening was the third installment of the traveling exhibition “A New Visual […]

War Child Auction

November 7, 2014

We are thrilled to announce the inclusion of a guitar designed by Zevs in an auction to benefit War Child. The sale will be held on Sunday, November 9 at Bonhams New York, and also includes guitars by prominent artists and musicians such as Shepherd Fairey, Iggy Pop, and Sterling Ruby. For more information or […]

A New Visual Dialogue on Artsy

October 24, 2014

Don’t miss out on the last two weeks of our group exhibition A New Visual Dialogue! The exhibition features work by prominent twentieth century Italian artists Alberto Biasi, Dadamaino, Lucio Fontana, Giorgio Griffa, Pino Pinelli, Turi Simeti and Nanda Vigo, and will be on view at the gallery through November 8. Artsy has published a wonderful […]

Contemporary Realism Biennial

September 20, 2014

We are pleased to announce the inclusion of two paintings by Tom Martin, Healthy Digestion and Clips II, in the Fort Wayne Museum of Art’s Contemporary Realism Biennial. The exhibition will be on view from September 20 – November 30, and focuses on “the most compelling trends in realism as explored by the most skilled […]

Gigi Stoll & Stephanie Tamez: We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live

September 15, 2014

De Buck Gallery is pleased to announce an upcoming exhibition entitled We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live, on view in the gallery’s project room from September 18 through October 4, 2014. The works on view represent the collaborative work of artists Gigi Stoll and Stephanie Tamez, produced together as a result of over […]

International Light Art Award Nomination

July 30, 2014

Congratulations to Hans Kotter on his nomination for the International Light Art Award 2015! Prize winners will be selected Friday, August 1 for an opportunity to exhibit at the Centre for International Light Art Unna in 2015. According to the website, “the goal of the INTERNATIONAL LIGHT ART AWARD, an initiative of the Centre for […]

Yard Sale featured on NPR and in the New York Times

July 25, 2014

Attenborough-Naftel’s installation in the gallery, Yard Sale, has received some great press! Segments of an interview with Sean Naftel was featured on NPR this past weekend, and is accompanied by an article that can be read here The New York Times also ran a Q & A with Naftel in the Home section on July […]

De Buck Gallery Featured in Harper’s Bazaar Japan

July 18, 2014

Pick up this month’s issue of Japanese Harper’s Bazaar, including an insert focusing on traveling in New York. One of the magazine’s highlights is a great list of the 100 top things to do in the city, including a visit to De Buck Gallery! Special thanks to Eleonore Marchand for mentioning us!

Yard Sale by Attenborough-Naftel at De Buck Gallery

June 24, 2014

De Buck Gallery is pleased to announce a new installation in our project room entitled Yard Sale, by Attenborough-Naftel, which will be on view throughout the summer of 2014. The installation will open with a reception on June 19, 2014 from 6-8 PM. Attenborough-Naftel are known for their interventionist installations and events held throughout the […]

Zevs exhibition in St. Paul de Vence

June 11, 2014

De Buck Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition by Zevs, inaugurating our new project space in St. Paul de Vence, France. The exhibition, featuring a retrospective of works from the artist’s Liquidation series, as well as a large-scale outdoor installation, entitled Ferrari Garage. Zevs liquidated two of the murals featured in a performance during […]

Kelly Reemtsen wins book award

May 7, 2014

Kelly Reemtsen wins the Independent Spirit Award for her book ‘I’m Falling.’ Announcing the 2014 Outstanding Book of the Year Awards These special awards recognize the daring spirit of independent authors and publishers For 31 years our mission at Independent Publisher has been to recognize and encourage the work of publishers who exhibit the courage […]

MARTE-C brings Simon Vega’s Whitney Museum to PULSE

From May 8-11, 2014 MARTE Contemporary (MARTE-C) at the MARTE Museum in El Salvador will be in New York presenting “The Whitney Museum of Central American Art, a Post-Apocalyptic Dream”, an installation by Venice biennale artist Simón Vega. Made of found objects, wood and plant-life, this ‘third world’ museum marks the first partnership between the […]

Jane Manus’ Skyward at MorseLife

March 12, 2014

Jane Manus, the internationally-renowned American artist known for her large-scale, bold geometric sculptures, installed her newest work, “Skyward,” on the Marilyn & Stanley M. Katz Seniors Campus of MorseLife, 4847 Fred Gladstone Drive in West Palm Beach, Florida. Ms. Manus’ sculpture is located near the entrance of the Sondra & David S. Mack Pavilion, MorseLife’s […]

Ruby Anemic in Creem

Text and photography by Daniel Cassady There is a tendency among artists to feel the need to explain their work. Some artists plant their feet on the defensive side and justify their aesthetic decisions, others want to give the viewer context, so that their work can be experienced in the way it was intended. Ruby […]

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