Frieze New York 2018

Spotlight | Allan D’Arcangelo: The Highway Paintings

May 3 – 6, 2018

Allan D'Arcangelo (1930-1998) Guard Rail, 1964
Allan D'Arcangelo (1930-1998) Side-View Mirror, 1966
Allan D'Arcangelo (1930-1998) Looking North at 131 Mile Marker, 1965
Allan D'Arcangelo (1930-1998) Landscape, 1967
Allan D'Arcangelo - Landscape, 1967
Allan D'Arcangelo (1930-1998) Untitled (Side-View Mirror), circa 1960s
Allan D'Arcangelo (1930-1998) Landscape on Bus Mirror, 1970

Press Release


Invitation only: Wednesday Preview, May 2
Thursday Preview, May 3 | 11AM-8PM
Thursday Private View, May 3 | 5PM-8PM
Friday, May 4 | 11AM - 7PM
Saturday, May 5 | 11AM - 6PM
Sunday, May 6 | 11AM - 6PM

Frieze New York
Randall’s Island Park

Hollis Taggart Galleries is set to kick off its first ever Frieze New York art fair with Allan D’Arcangelo: The Highway Paintings, a comprehensive collection of paintings and sculptures by the late American Pop artist. This follows the gallery’s highly successful 2014 show, titled Beyond Pop: Allan D’Arcangelo, Works From the Sixties, which included an exhibition catalogue.

The Highway Paintings booth at Frieze will be composed of a dozen works by D’Arcangelo, including the iconic Pegasus, from 1963, which is acrylic on canvas and measures 44 x 51.25 inches and features Mobil Oil’s flying red horse against a dark sky. Also featured will be two of D’Arcangelo’s “mirror” sculptures, including Side-View Mirror (1966), and Landscape on a Bus Mirror, from 1970.

Founded in 1979, Hollis Taggart Galleries has maintained a mission of presenting museum-quality works of art, maintaining an inventory and exhibition program motivated by scholarship, and offering personalized support in all aspects of art collecting. Over the past 36 years, the gallery has offered significant works in the American vernacular, from the Hudson River School to Impressionist, Modernist, Abstract Expressionist, and Contemporary art.

The gallery was groundbreaking from the beginning in the field of scholarship, approaching its exhibitions with a curatorial bent, and engaging the foremost historians in the field to produce scholarly catalogues.

In addition to its two new ground floor spaces, including 521 W. 26th St., and the soon to be opened High Line 9 in West Chelsea, Hollis Taggart Galleries participates in numerous top art fairs throughout the year, including Art Miami, the Armory Show, Art Cologne, the Dallas Art Fair, the Toronto Art Fair, and EXPO CHGO. This year’s D’Arcangelo show will mark the gallery’s first booth at Frieze New York, which opens on May 2nd and runs through the 6th.

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