Future installation at the Provincetown Art Association, Provincetown, MA
The Intertwined Lives of Artists in a Community in Rural Maine
The artists in Slab City Rendezvous influenced, nurtured, collaborated with, and painted one another, merging into one big happy family.
New York Galleries: What to See Right Now
Work by two women who made figurative paintings in the ’50s; short films and videos about black culture; and a painter’s intermingling of contemporary and historical art.
by Jillian Steinhauer
Opinion: Figuring It Out at Firestone
by Jennifer Landes
Mimi Gross: Art as Social Entanglement
by Johanna Drucker
Six Superb Shows in New York: Jessi Reaves, Mimi Gross, Nolan Simon, ‘Strategic Vandalism,’ ‘Notebook,’ and Caroline Goe
by Andrew Russeth
Featured in Hyperallergic Magazine
Check out my early paintings and works on paper at Eric Firestone Gallery: February 28 - April 20, 2019
Mimi Gross: Among Friends, 1958-63
February 28 – April 20, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 28, 6-8 PM
4 Great Jones Street, #4
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 11 - 6 PM
Eric Firestone Gallery is pleased to announce Mimi Gross: Among Friends, 1958-63 opening Thursday, February 28, 2019. The exhibition will focus on Mimi Gross’s early paintings and works on paper. They are portraits of her friends, family, and acquaintances in the communities she lived in and traveled through, from the Lower East Side of Manhattan to Florence, Italy. For more info CLICK HERE
What is Real? (Dawn, Day, Sunset, Night). An installation at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center, Emergency Corridor, Lexington, Kentucky
5' H x 12' W each (one exception 5' H x 6' W), acrylic on canvas, 2017
Some Works in Progress
Christopher Joy and Zachary Keeting came by for a Studio Visit.