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Looking at Drawings

Extended through 21 March 2015

Moeller Fine Art is pleased to announce “Looking at Drawings,” January 19–March 14, 2015, featuring nineteenth and twentieth century works on paper from private collections, many on the market for the first time. Highlights include a suite of caricatures by French court painter Jean-Baptististe Isabey, from the distinguished collection of the Marquis Philippe de Chennevières; important early charcoal nudes by Otto Dix; vibrant seascapes by Andrew Wyeth; and two fine works of 1953 by Yayoi Kusama.

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THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN LYONEL FEININGER & MARK TOBEY

NOW AVAILABLE AS E-BOOK

Moeller Fine Art is pleased to announce that HatjeCantz has released "Years of Friendship, 1944-1956: The Correspondence of Lyonel Feininger and Mark Tobey" as an e-book. The book, which was first published in 1991 and in a revised edition in 2006, illustrates the friendship between Lyonel Feininger (1871–1956) and fellow painter Mark Tobey (1890–1976). It includes more than eighty letters documenting the friendship of these two artists, an essay by Peter Selz, an expanded chronology focusing on the years of the correspondence, and color plates of paintings by both artists, as well as reproductions of selected letters.

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Lyonel Feininger on Usedom

Online Catalogue

Moeller Fine Art is pleased to present "Lyonel Feininger on Usedom" an online catalogue of rare nature studies, drawings and one woodcut by Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956) depicting the village of Benz and the Villa Oppenheim in Heringsdorf on the island of Usedom on the Baltic Sea. 

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ZERO in Vibration – Vibration in ZERO

13 October - 9 January 2014

Moeller Fine Art is pleased to announce "ZERO in Vibration – Vibration in ZERO," a collaboration with the ZERO Foundation, Düsseldorf, and Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York. The exhibition, organized on the 30th anniversary of Moeller Fine Art in New York finds fresh resonance in the literal, optical and potential vibrations of ZERO. It brings together works by Bernard Aubertin, Piero Dorazio, Hermann Goepfert, Oskar Holweck, Walter Leblanc, Heinz Mack, Almir Mavignier, Christian Megert, Fançois Morellet, Otto Piene, Jesús Rafael Soto and Günther Uecker.