Julia von Eichel: Scream In My Throat

Julia von Eichel Scream In My Throat June 2nd – July 29th, 2016 Opening reception with the artist Thursday, June 2nd, 6-8pm Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York is proud to announce its first solo exhibition with Julia von Eichel, featuring high-energy sculptural works and drawings that push the physical limits of materials. The sculptures…

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Jil Weinstock: Things Arranged Neatly

Jil Weinstock, Freitag’s Family kitchen drawer, 2015, urethane rubber, mixed media, stainless steel frame and fluorescent light, 16 x 24 inches Jil Weinstock Things Arranged Neatly October 22 – December 5, 2015 Opening reception with the artist Thursday, Oct. 22nd: 6-8pm   Winston Wachter Fine Art presents Things Arranged Neatly, a solo exhibition by Jil Weinstock…

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Zaria Forman: SLIP

Zaria Forman SLIP September 10 – October 17, 2015 Opening reception with the artist Thursday, Sept. 10th: 6-8pm Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York, is pleased to announce its first solo exhibition with artist, Zaria Forman. Featuring intricate pastel drawings of ice and water in its various, shifting states, SLIP presents a meditation on the role of climate…

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Scott Patt: ‘Bigger. Smaller. Funnier.’

Scott Patt, Select works, 2015, Cel-vinyl acrylic on acid-free bristol board Scott Patt Bigger. Smaller. Funnier June 18th, 2015 – August 2015 Opening reception with the artist Thursday, June 25th: 6-8pm Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York, is delighted to announce its second solo exhibition with artist Scott Patt. Drawn from a yearlong project to…

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Erin Parish: Preferred Reality Option #108

Winston Wächter Fine Art New York Erin Parish, What Do Moths Dream, 2014, Oil and resin on wood panel, 30 x 60 inches Erin Parish Preferred Reality Option #108 April 23, 2015 – June 6, 2015 Opening reception with the artist Thursday, April 23rd: 6-8pm Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York is pleased to announce…

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Dreaming of the Deep Blue Sea

The roads are icy and winter is officially here. Today we are dreaming of the Mediterranean Sea and beaches Michael Schultheis “Looped Limacons of Pythagoras” 2014 Acrylic on Canvas 72 x 72 inches

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