Water: Sugimoto, Misrach, & Callahan

Winston Wächter Seattle is proud to present three of the most prestigious photographers of our time, Richard Misrach, Harry Callahan and Hiroshi Sugimoto, and their individual relationships with Water. The exhibition will open May 18, with a celebratory open house, Saturday May 21, 1-4pm. For each artist, the conversation is personal, and differs greatly from…

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Heather Hutchison: What I Learned From the Sky

Heather Hutchison What I Learned From the Sky April 21 – May 27, 2016 Opening reception with the artist Thursday, April 21st, 2016: 6-8pm   Winston Wächter Fine Art is proud to present its first solo exhibition with artist Heather Hutchison featuring recent works that incorporate ambient light as a primary material. Sharing similar concerns with…

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Peter Waite: site/sight

Peter Waite site/sight Recent Paintings/Peter Waite March 10th – April 16, 2016    Opening reception with the artist Thursday, March 10th, 6-8pm   Winston Wächter Fine Art is excited to announce an exhibition of new work by Peter Waite. Through large-scale realist paintings of uninhabited architectural spaces highlighted with fluorescent lines and washes, site/sight transforms familiar places…

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Susan Dory: Motherlode

Susan Dory Motherlode January 28 – March 5th, 2016 Opening reception with the artist Thursday, Jan. 28th: 6-8pm Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Susan Dory. Motherlode is a series of process-oriented paintings that break down complex shapes into lively investigations of activated space, form and color….

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Erich Woll: Nothing Lasts Forever

Erich Woll Nothing Lasts Forever December 10 – January 23, 2016 Opening reception with the artist Thursday, Dec. 10th: 6-8pm Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York is proud to present its first solo exhibition by Erich Woll, Nothing Lasts Forever. With all new works in glass and mixed media, Woll continues to explore the ambiguity of…

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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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