This exhibition brings a rare showcase of work by two of the greatest Spanish painters of all time.
Long a household name, Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) is considered to be one of the great nineteenth-century masters.
Richard Segalman was born in Coney Island, New York in 1934, and the timeless American-ness of his iconic birthplace — think amusement parks and seaside relaxation — seems to echo the timelessness one feels when looking at his work in any medium.
Original illustrations by Fred Koehler, from the award-winning children's book.
This exhibition features a massive painting project, following the reclaimed character Brer Rabbit on an epic journey across three centuries of heroism and trickery.
Working in both monumental and small dimensions, since the 1970s, sculptor Gino Miles is inspired primarily by 20th-Century masters such as Moore, Brancusi, Archipenko, and Marini.