Upcoming Gallery Events
Tom Dixon "New Works"
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203 Fine Art is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new works by Tom Dixon. In these paintings, Dixon engages in a process of deconstruction and reconstruction, using additive and subtractive techniques. He spontaneously reacts to his surfaces to find a balance of line, form and color, responding to the paintings in his studio until he uncovers the visual experience that he restlessly searches for.
Exhibition Dates: August 15 - September 27, 2020
Due to COVID-19, there will be no public opening. However, the exhibition will be on view by appointment or during the gallery's walk-in hours on Wednesday & Thursday from 10am - 4pm for groups of 4 or fewer.
Contemporary Art / Taos at 203 A Benefit for the Harwood Museum
Held in conjunction with the Contemporary Art / Taos survey organized by the Harwood Museum of Art, this annex exhibition will feature several artists selected for the juried main exhibition. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the acquisition fund of the Harwood Museum.
Sasha vom Dorp
Exhibition Dates: October 10 - November 30 2020
Due to COVID-19, no opening reception is planned at this time. However, the gallery will be open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 am - 4 pm for viewing of the exhibition. As always, small groups are welcome to make an appointment.
A fine selection of works by the Taos Moderns,
exhibited at the El Zaguán on Canyon Road.
A portion of the proceeds from this exhibition will benefit The Historic Santa Fe Foundation,
a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
545 Canyon Rd in Santa Fe, New Mexico
November 8th 2019- January 17th, 2020
LA to Taos
An exhibition of works by internationally known Los Angeles artists who made Taos
their home. Featuring artists Larry Bell, Ron Cooper, Ronald Davis and Ken Price.
Opening Reception: September 21, Saturday, 5 to 8 pm
Exhibition: September 21- October 28th, 2019
America Martin, with her wonderfully unique perspective on the world that surrounds her, will be creating new works for this exhibition, inspired by the landscapes and culture of Northern New Mexico. It has been three years since we have held an exhibition of Martin's work in Taos and we are looking forward to seeing what she creates!
Opening Reception: August 23, Friday, 5 to 8 pm
Exhibition: August 23 - September 15th, 2019
A selection of rare paintings by Edward Corbett, one of the most accomplished and nationally recognized artists to have influenced Modern Art in Taos. Corbett, having taught at the California School of Fine Arts, along with Mark Rothko, Clifford Still and Richard Diebenkorn, moved to Taos as a well know and respected artist in 1951. Shortly after settling in Taos, Corbett was included in a major group exhibition, titled 15 Americans, at the New York Museum of Modern Art, along with Rothko, Still, Jackson Pollock, William Baziote, Bradley Tomlin and others. He was close friends and showed his work along side Richard Diebenkorn, Robert McChesney and Clay Spohn in Taos, at La Galeria Escondida. Corbett's works are in the permanent collections of major museums around the country, and in the White House collection, his artwork was exhibited during the Obama presidency. However, Corbett's short but illustrious life and career, left few of his works available to the public. We are fortunate to have acquired and accumulated several fine examples for this exhibition, which will likely be the largest showing of Corbett's work since his 1969 retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Fine Art.
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 13, 5 to 8 pm
Exhibition: July 13th – August 11th, 2019
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Works by Lawrence Calcagno & Lee Mullican
Works by Lawrence Calcagno & Lee Mullican
This exhibition will include a fine selection of works by these two highly accomplished artists,
who began their careers in California. With strong ties to Taos, New Mexico their uniquely divergent artistic styles set them apart from other like-minded modern artists, known as the Taos Moderns who embraced them both.
Calcagno and Mullican would make Taos their part time home for many years,
with the light, land and culture continuing to influence their work.
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 25, 5-8 pm
Exhibition: May 25 through June 23, 2019
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