AUDREY FLACK AT THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM
'The Permanent Collection: Every Picture Tells A Story, Photorealism'
November 11, 2018 through October 3, 2019
Audrey Flack is included in this group exhibition at the Parrish Art Museum. Every Picture Tells a Story, presents a series of focused exhibitions that explore the many ways that images carry narrative meaning.
Audrey Flack at the National Gallery of Australia
August 24 through November 11, 2018
Audrey Flack is included in this group exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia. Drawn exclusively from our outstanding collection of American art, American Masters celebrates that nation’s artists from the 1940s to the 1980s.
Image: Audery Flack, Jolie madam [Pretty woman], 1973, Oil on canvas, 71 1/2 x 95 5/8 inches. Couretsy of the artist. Collection of the National Gallery of Australia.
Audrey Flack Receives Award
March 1, 2018
Hollis Taggart Galleries congratulates Audrey Flack on receiving the Guild Hall's Academy of the Arts Achievement Award.
Audrey Flack in The Easthampton Star
'Photorealism’s Long Appeal' by Jennifer Landes
December 20, 2017
Review of From Lens to Eye to Hand: Photorealism 1969 to Today at the Parrish Art Museum. Gallery artist Audrey Flack is included in this exhibition.
Photo credit: Detail of Wheel of Fortune (1977–8) courtesy of Audrey Flack
Audrey Flack at the Nassau County Museum of Art
'Fool the Eye"
November 18, 2017 through March 4, 2018
Audrey Flack is included in this group exhibition at the Nassau County Museum of Art. Artists throughout the ages have been intrigued by perceptual illusions, devising visual tricks to manipulate the perception of space, incorporating spatial illusion as an aspect of their art. Featured in this exhibition are 20th and 21st century artists whose work has explored illusion.
Audrey Flack at The Heckscher Museum of Art
'From Frankenthaler to Warhol: Art of the '60s and '70s'
November 18, 2017 through March 11, 2018
Audrey Flack is included in this group exhibition at The Heckscher Museum of Art. The exhibition explores artists' response to the intensely introspective approach of mid-20th-century Abstract Expressionism, Artists of the 1960s and 70s worked in a pluralism of styles that comprised two opposing trends: a neutral investigation of formal elements and a return to representation of the visible world.
AUDREY FLACK FEATURED IN THE NEW YORK TIMES
'The Statue That Never Was ' by Corey Kilgannon
November 9, 2017
Gallery artist Audrey Flack is featured in the New York Times discussing her sculpture Queen Catherine.
Monumental Painting 'World War II' Among PAFA's New Acquisitions
By Stephan Salisbury for Philly.com
October 2, 2017
PAFA acquires gallery artist Audrey Flack’s large oil and acrylic canvas, World War II (Vanitas) (1976-77).
Audrey Flack at UQ Art Museum, Australia
'Ecstasy: Baroque and Beyond'
September 16, 2017 through February 25, 2018
Audery Flack’s two works Ecstasy of St. Theresa (2013) and Une Bouchée d’Amour (2013) will be on view in the group exhibition, Ecstasy: Baroque and Beyond, at the UQ Art Museum, Australia.
Audrey Flack at the Parrish Art Museum
'From Lens to Eye to Hand: Photorealism 1969 to Today'
August 6, 2017 through January 21, 2018
Audery Flack’s painting Wheel of Fortune (1977-78) will be on view in the group exhibition, From Lens to Eye to Hand: Photorealism 1969 to Today, at the Parrish Art Museum.
Audrey Flack at the Southampton Arts Center
July 28 through September 17, 2017
Audery Flack’s painting Sojourner Truth (1980) will be on view in the group exhibition, About Face, at the Southampton Arts Center and presented by New York Academy of Art.
Audrey Flack at the Tampa Museum of Art
'Photorealism: 50 years of Hyperrealistic Painting'
July 13 through October 22, 2017
Audery Flack’s painting Queen (1976) is now on view in the group exhibition, Photorealism: 50 years of Hyperrealistic Painting, at the Tampa Museum of Art.
Women’s Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award given to Audrey Flack
February 15, 2017
Hollis Taggart Galleries is pleased to share that gallery artist Audrey Flack will be receiving the 2017 Women’s Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award, which honors the contribution of women to the arts and the profound effect they have on society. Flack will be presented with this prestigious award along with art historian Mary Schmidt Campbell, multimedia artist Martha Rosler, and artist, educator, and activist Charlene Teters.
The first WCA Lifetime Achievement Awards were given in 1979 in President Jimmy Carter’s Oval Office to Isabel Bishop, Selma Burke, Alice Neel, Louise Nevelson, and Georgia O’Keefe. The next year, Flack herself nominated Lee Krasner for the honor.
The ceremony will be held at 8pm on Saturday, February 18th at the New York Institute of Technology and is free and open to the public.