Juxtapoz // Friday, March 13, 2015
Woodward Gallery features Susan Breen and Margaret Morrison in a two-person exhibition heralding Spring. This season, the Artists travel to a location beyond their traditional roads of art. Both Ways connects different aesthetics by traversing varied terrain intimate and expansive, natural and concrete.
Juxtapoz // Friday, December 12, 2014
Artist Cristina Vergano depicts wildlife locked in evolutionary struggles for primacy and reproduction. She freely mixes techniques that span from oil painting to collage, and often paints on unexpected found objects. Classical Latin quotes float through her paintings, shedding further meaning and lending a graphic, very contemporary dimension to this new body of work. The result is strong and original, sui generis...
Juxtapoz // Friday, May 04, 2012
The Lower East Side’s Woodward Gallery will open Kenji Nakayama’s first New York solo exhibition by the Japanese Boston-based artist, simply titled “Kenji Nakayama.” This widely anticipated exhibit of new works will be the most extensive showing of his art to date, featuring photorealistic, hand-cut stencil, spray enamel, acrylic, and mixed media paintings.
Juxtapoz // Friday, December 09, 2011
On view through December 30, 2011, New York City's Woodward Gallery sent over installation images of Lady Pink's current solo exhibition Evolution and her remastered work she once created as public murals, musing on old lettering outlines that have evolved from three decades of writing.
Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 05, 2011
In her current solo exhibition Evolution at the Lower East Side's Woodward Gallery, Lady Pink remasters work she once created as public murals, musing on old lettering outlines that have evolved from three decades of writing. The exhibition opens tonight, November 5.
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 03, 2011
Kenji Nakayama is profiled in our January 2011 issue, and the piece we featured in the magazine sits outside the Woodward Gallery Project Space in NYC. The piece was up from October through December, but our guess is that you may still be able to see across from Woodward Gallery right now. See what our contributing editor, Caleb Neelon, had to say about Kenji after the jump . . .