Cavalier Galleries Palm Beach
January Highlights

Doris Caesar (American, 1892-1971)
Woman, Sitting Back on Heels, 1964
32 3/8 x 14 1/2 x 23 1/2 in.

Cavalier Galleries Opens Two Special Exhibits at their
Palm Beach Galleries January 5- 31st

Winter Group Show: Influential Artists of the 20th and 21st Centuries

Cavalier Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of its “Winter Group Show” which will include a special selection of works by influential women artists at our Worth Avenue location.  This show will highlight works by female sculptors and painters of the 20th and 21st centuries, including Mary Cassatt (1844-1926), Bessie Potter Vonnoh (1872-1955), Louise Nevelson (1899-1988), Alice Baber (1928-1982),  Emily Mason (1932-2019), Betty Parsons (1900-1982), Jane DeDecker (b. 1961), Kiki Smith (b. 1954) and Doris Caesar (1892-1971) who is featured above.

Bessie Potter Vonnoh
Motherhood, 1902
17 x 6 1/2 x 8 in

Louise Nevelson (American, 1899-1988)
Untitled 01625, 1976-78
assemblage, wood painted black
84 x 34 x 8 in.

Jane DeDecker (American, b. 1961)
Setting the Pace, Ed. 3/17, 2004
29 1/2 x 23 x 5 in.

In addition, featured alongside these women will be a selection of works by some of their most impactful contemporaries such as Hans Hofmann (1880-1996), Wolf Kahn (1927-2020), Tom Otterness (b. 1952), George Rickey (1907-2002), Esteban Vicente (1903-2001), Anthony Caro (1924-2013), Cleve Gray (1918–2004), Syd Solomon (1917-2004), Jim Rennert (b.1985), Arnaldo Pomodoro (b. 1926), and Mark di Suvero (b. 1933).

“Influential Artists of the 20th and 21st Centuries,” open from January 5th through January 31st, celebrates the innovation and creativity that these artists have put forth throughout their careers. Grounded in abstract expressionism, this show brings together sculptural forms and works on canvas to inspire a dialogue on their importance to our understanding of Expressionism. It highlights the role of these masters in the success of Abstract Expressionism in the 20th century, represented here by artists such as Hans Hofmann, Esteban Vicente, Wolf Kahn, Louise Nevelson, Alice Baber, and Emily Mason, and its melding into Contemporary Art, like that of Kiki Smith, George Rickey, Jim Rennert and RoxyPaine.

Emily Mason (1932–2019)
Untitled (Venezia), 1957
Pastel on Woven Paper
20 x 25 1/2 in

wolf Kahn Cavalier

Wolf Kahn (German, 1927–2020)
Salmon River, 1988
oil on canvas
44 x 71 3/4 in.
Frame: 45 1/4 x 73 in.

Betty Parsons (1900-1982)
The Moth, 1969
oil on canvas
68 1/2 x 74 in.

Highlighted in this exhibition is the monumental impact that the nine women included have had on the field. They have undeniably helped shape the field of modern expressionism and have allowed for the increasingly prominent space held by women in it. Striking stylistic and conceptual parallels can be drawn between these women and several of the other artists represented in the exhibition, namely Wolf Kahn and Hans Hofmann. Hofmann, pioneering figure of abstract expressionism, was a teacher to Louise Nevelson, and his iconic “push and pull” theory of space, form, and color has been translated down to her compositions. In addition, the colorful, worldly canvases of Baber and Mason find companionship in that of the great colorist Wolf Kahn. Kahn and Mason were not only artistic partners but were also married, and their shared passion for color and aptitude for abstract expressionism is clear in their work.

Each in their own way, these artists have not only encouraged the progression of artistic movements but have pushed ideological boundaries and expanded the possibilities for sculptors and painters through the present day. Collectively, these artists are represented in hundreds of museums, galleries, and private collections across the country and worldwide. They hold national and international awards, have published books and essays in leading publications, and have left a notable mark on the Modern art field as we know it today.

Group Photography Show at  292 S. County Road location  

Cavalier Gallery is proud to announce the opening of their second gallery in Palm Beach located at 292 S. County Road, located next to La Goulue restaurant.  The space will be dedicated primarily to photography, sculpture and special exhibitions.  The exhibit will run through January 31st.

The upcoming Group Photography Show featuring work by Christophe Von Hohenberg, Mark S. Kornbluth, Steve McCurry, Terry O’Neil, Ruth Orkin, Norman Parkinson, Debranne Cingari and Laura Jane Petelko.

These eight photographers have made monumental strides in the field of photography from the early 20th century through today. From dramatic scenes of New York City to high end fashion photography, these artists display an incredible range of style and talent; they masterfully deal with themes of identity, exploration, style, culture, and connection. The photographs in this exhibition take us on an imaginative journey around the world and offer the viewer a chance to contemplate the power of the photographic medium to convey meaning.

Afghan Girl Steve McCurry

Steve McCurry (American, b. 1950)
Afghan Girl with Hands on Face, Ed. 19/30, 1984
FujiFlex Crystal Archive Print
40 x 30 in.

Norman Parkinson (British, 1913-1990)
Queen of the Desert, Queen Magazine, Ed. 3/21
gelatin silver print 20 x 24 in.

Mark S. Kornbluth (American, b. 1966)
Clock Tower, Ed. 1/10, 2021
Dye sublimated on aluminum 48 x 73 in.

Ruth Orkin (American, 1921–1985)
Couple in MG, Florence, Italy, 1951
silver gelatin print
20 x 24

The work of photographers such as Steve McCurry, Terry O’Neill and Norman Parkinson celebrate some of the most impactful people and places of modern history. Award-winning artist Debranne Cingari, known for her self-portrait work, highlights beauty in everyday life. Meanwhile, Laura Jane Petelko and Christophe Von Hohenberg offer a more visually abstracted view of reality in equally powerful compositions. This exhibition is a celebration of the power of the photographic medium and the stunning accomplishments of some of our great modern artists.

Collectively, these photographers hold international awards, have numerous published books, and have been exhibited in cities across the globe. Cavalier Gallery is proud to offer a selection of works by these incredible photographers, and we welcome you to join us for the exhibition this January.


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