Mark Borghi Fine Art

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InstaSelect
February 22, 2018– March 30, 2018

Liz Doyle, Yesterday’s Red aka Pink, 2017, Oil and cold wax medium on canvas, 21.65 x 21.65 inches (55 x 55 cm)   Mark Borghi Fine Art presents InstaSelect a curated exhibition from our followers on Instagram. From Berlin to Lebanon, Vancouver to Stockholm and Los Angeles to New York, the exhibition features an international […]

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Art Miami 2017
December 5, 2017– December 10, 2017

Hans Hofmann Snow White 1960 84 x 52 inches Exhibiting Works Joseph Beuys, Norman Bluhm, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, George Condo, Richard Diebenkorn, Willem de Kooning, Urs Fisher, Sam Gilliam, Hans Hofmann, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo, Robert Morris, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Jackson Pollock, Richard Prince, Larry Rivers, Frank Stella, Rudolf Stingel, […]

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MARKING TIME curated by Daniel Rosenbaum
October 19, 2017– November 22, 2017

Cordy Ryman, Almond Mask, 2016, Acrylic and shellac on wood, 20 ½ x 21 x 1 ½ inches   The painters in this show use gesture or action as a starting point for their work. This process of painting captures a slice of life that abstractly reveals a block of space-time. Timeless space is a private, […]

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MOVING TARGETS : AMERICAN ART FROM 1918-2012
July 1, 2017– July 30, 2017

John Chamberlain Untitled 1962 MOVING TARGETS looks anew at relationships, influences, and two-way exchanges, between historic and contemporary American Artists. The lines of academic and modernist influence from Europe to the United States can be traced in the field’s early days, by such artists as Stuart Davis and Marsden Hartley. The course that was chartered […]

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Abstract Expressionism and Its Aftermath
January 15, 2017– March 1, 2017

Abstract Expressionism and Its Aftermath  Works on Paper 1948 to 1960 From Kline to Francis  January 15th to March 1st 2017

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MERCEDES MATTER: A Survey: Paintings & Drawings from 1929 to 1998
April 6, 2017– May 26, 2017

Mercedes Matter, Untitled (Reclining Nude), Oil on canvas, 30 x 36 inches   This is the first solo show of the late artist at Mark Borghi Fine Art. The exhibition is a mini retrospective of the traveling museum show of Mercedes Matter’s estate represented by Mark Borghi, which was on view at Baruch College, New […]

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Art Miami 2016
November 29, 2016– December 5, 2016

    Please enjoy this pdf of the works  and installation shots  of this year at Art Miami 2016 As part of our regular booth this year we are presenting two mini-retrospectives: The first is Willem de Kooning showing major oils and a group of works on paper encompassing all periods of the artist’s life […]

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Creatures Big and Small
February 16, 2017– April 12, 2017

  Deborah Butterfield (born 1949) Wall Horse, 1980  Sticks, hay, paper and mud on wire armature 11 ½ x 22 x 3 ½ inches (29.2 x 55.8 x 8.8 cm.) Creatures Big and Small The exhibition is a survey of the transformation representational sculpture can take when medium becomes a pivotal part of the subject. Deborah […]

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HOFMANN and AVERY
April 13, 2017– June 15, 2017

  Hans Hofmann ( 1880-1965) Untitled c.1945 Gouache on paper 26 x 22 inches HOFMANN and AVERY My aim in painting is to create pulsating, luminous, and open surfaces that emanate a mystic light, in accordance with my deepest insight into the experience of life and nature. Hans Hofman Nature is my springboard. From her […]

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Blurred Lines
December 15, 2016– February 15, 2017

   Neil Williams (1934-1988) Pop, 1966 THE WALL IS THE FLOOR: THE SHAPED CANVAS / WALL SCULPTURE The Wall is the Floor: The Shaped Canvas / Wall Sculpture takes a contemporary look at the pioneers of shaped canvas and untraditional wall sculpture. Frank Stella, Sydney Butchkes, Neil Williams, and John Chamberlain were friends on the East End of […]

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BEYOND SECRETARY
October 20, 2016– December 4, 2016

  Mie Yim Milk Splash (cropped image)  2015  pastel on Martha Stewart paint chip  3 x 4 inches BEYOND SECRETARY Curated by Jenny Mushkin Goldman Women have come a long way from the era of being delegated solely to roles where their primary function was to serve the man (i.e the doting secretary, obedient wife). Today more women […]

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Past Present Future tense: 1945-2016
July 1, 2016– August 1, 2016

  Willem de Kooning (1904-1997)  Untitled 1989  oil on canvas  22 x 28 inches Past Present Future tense: Post War 1945-2016 America emerged from World War II relatively unscathed, with an economy on the rise and an artist population inspired by the European avant-garde, many of whom had relocated to the U.S. While Europe began […]

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Linear Abstraction 101
June 1, 2016– July 1, 2016

  Gene Davis (1920-1985)  Untitled c. 1973   Acrylic on canvas  92 3/4 x 108 1/2 inches Linear Abstraction 101 This year marks the 101st anniversary of a turning point in the history of visual art, when Russian artist Kazimir Malevich created his momentous 1915 paintings of black squares on white backgrounds. It was the beginning of […]

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Frank Stella : Early Work 1958-60
April 1, 2016– May 31, 2016

  Frank Stella (born 1936)   Untitled (Black and Orange)  1958  oil on board  13.5 x 20 inches   Frank Stella : Early Work 1958-60 This tightly focused exhibition investigates a single moment in the career of one of the nation’s most important postwar artists. Nineteen fifty-eight was Frank Stella’s first year of independent work. After […]

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Pop Life : Everyone needs a Thrill
February 2, 2016– March 31, 2016

  Tom Wesselmann (1931-2004)  Tiny Dropped Bra # 1  1980   Liquidtex on board   3 1/2 x 5 inches   Pop Life : Everyone needs a Thrill  is a comprehensive survey of the Gallery’s holdings by this important group of artists. Exploring the trajectory from Abstract Expressionism to Pop art’s explosive, colorful, and witty portrayals of […]

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Monochrome Minimalism 1959-Present
January 4, 2016– February 29, 2016

  Donal Judd   Untitled (woodblock, 89-32)  1989 Oil on wood  16 x 20 3/4 inches Monochrome Minimalism 1959-Present Monochrome-Minimalism 1959 to the Present. Easily the most striking of these is an untitled Robert Morris wall sculpture. This memento mori uses plaster imprinted with bones and body parts to conjure the horror of nuclear Armageddon in […]

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Post War Abstraction and the Influence of Hans Hofmann
April 1, 2016– May 31, 2016

  Joan Mitchell (1926-1991)  Untitled  c. 1951-52  82 7/8 x 101 3/4 inches   Post War Abstraction and the Influence of Hans Hofmann Among the most stunning works in the critically lauded Frank Stella retrospective at the Whitney Museum this fall are four wall sculptures — three-dimensional paintings, if you prefer — that revel in […]

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They Might be Giants : Willem de Kooning and John Chamberlain
September 2, 2015– October 30, 2015

John Chamberlain ( 1927-2011)  Schizoverbia  1994  Painted and chromed steel  49 x 44 x 42 inches They Might be Giants : Willem de Kooning and John Chamberlain In this historical exhibition, selected works by de Kooning and Chamberlain will highlight each artist’s meditation on the conditions of modernism and the central role of chance and fragmentation in […]

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Winter Solstice : John Chamberlain and George Rickey
December 1, 2014– January 31, 2015

  John Chamberlain (1927-2011) Untitled, 1970 Mineral-coated synthetic polymer resin   Winter Solstice : John Chamberlain and George Rickey The exhibition pairs two of the most respected abstract sculptors and explores form and balance in the modern idiom. Both used heavy materials to propel their artistic expression. Chamberlain championed utilizing parts of deconstructed automobiles to transform abstract expressionism into […]

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Hans Hofmann : A Retrospective
November 2, 2014– December 31, 2014

Hans Hofmann (1880-1966) Blue Arcata, 1955 Oil on canvas   Hans Hofmann : A Retrospective A survey of the work, theory, and teachings of Hans Hofmann. The only artist of the New York school to participate directly in European modernism, Hans Hofmann became known as the major exponent of Abstract Expressionism. His paintings are known […]

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Willem de Kooning A Retrospective
July 2, 2011– July 22, 2011

Willem de Kooning ( 1904-1997)   Woman seated in chair (untitled # 32) c. 1950-53 Graphite on gray card 14 x 8.5 inches   This exhibition features Abstract Expressionist Willem de Kooning’s studio sketches, and epitomizes the notion of art that stands on its own merit, and is particularly timely considering an upcoming full-scale retrospective at the Museum of […]

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Larry Poons: Recent Work
March 24, 2012– May 1, 2012

After receiving notoriety early in his career, Larry Poons has had nothing but time to perfect, and consistently evolve, his practice. The Tokyo-born American artist, who took a right turn into an art career after receiving formal music training, will be showing his most recent work at Mark Borghi Fine Art’s Palm Beach location. There couldn’t be […]

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Gregory Johnston
September 3, 2016– September 29, 2016

Opening Reception Saturday September 3 from 6-8 pm
2426 Main Street
Bridgehampton NY 11932
Tel: 631-537-7245
For more information please contact:
liz@borghi.org

Willem de Kooning + John Chamberlain
December 2, 2013– December 3, 2013

Camper & Nicholsons International request the pleasure of your company for an exclusive & invite only art exhibition onboard superyacht Odyssey during this year’s Art Basel Miami.

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Andy Warhol_Polaroids and Silver Gelatin Prints
January 26, 2013– March 25, 2013

A collection of rare Andy Warhol polaroids on display at the gallery in Palm Beach The photographs include a series of self-portraits, together with iconic shots of celebrities, including Mick Jagger and Elizabeth Taylor. The images, many of which have never been seen in public before. Warhol, whose name is synonymous with Pop Art, was […]

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Modern Masters on view in Palm Beach
December 15, 2013– January 30, 2014

  On view at our gallery at 255 Worth Avenue works by francis bacon, jean michel basquiat, alexander calder, john chamberlain, george condo, tom dash, peter dayton, willem de kooning, elaine de kooning, jim dine, sam francis, hans hofmann, alex katz, lee kranser, nicholas krushenick, yayoi kusama, robert motherwell, richard pettibone, richard prince, frank stella, andy […]

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Art Miami 2013
December 4, 2013– December 9, 2013

Art Miami is the leading international contemporary and modern art fair that takes place each December during Art Week at the Midtown Miami complex in the renowned Wynwood Arts District.

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