GALLERY

332 BLEECKER STREET, SUITE K35, NEW YORK, NY 10014
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HISTORY

Current Exhibitions Past Exhibitions
Manhattanville
Xavier University
Fairleigh Dickerson
Salem Art Works
Governors Island
New Jersey City University
Planet In Crisis
McLevy Park
Adelphi University
Nassau Community College


GALLERY MEMBERS

DAN BERGMAN
ALLAN CYPRYS
ESTHER A. GRILLO
CAROLINE HALLAS
BERNICE SOKOL KRAMER
MARION LANE
SIENA GILLANN PORTA
CARL RATTNER
HERB ROSENBERG
CHUCK VON SCHMIDT

Membership Application (M/S Word format)



DAN BERGMAN

I see the world as formed by opposition and balance and my sculpture, primarily in welded steel, explores the dualities that grip my imagination.




ALLAN CYPRYS


For the past several years my work has revolved around environmental and social issues.



ESTHER A.GRILLO


Esther Grillo's body of monumental sized work has grown to include kinetic mixed media sculpture and dynamic murals that can be seen in public settings.



CAROLINE HALLAS

The area where sculpture and painting meet is the area that interests me space illusionistic and real.



BERNICE SOKOL KRAMER

With an eye towards Rodin and Barlach, I made my own vision of shape, texture, and form.



MARION LANE      

I use abstraction as a way to express my ideas, because for me, it is the most direct and universal.



SIENA GILLANN PORTA

...this new series will be fantastic! I'm in love with it....of course



Carl Rattner

My medium is wood. I am enamored with its qualities - its colors, grains and textures - and forever challenged by the sculptural possibilities of carving and fabrication.



HERB ROSENBERG





CHUCK VON SCHMIDT

In addition to the usual artistic muses: mortality, the human condition, man's place in the universe and on this fragile planet, I have explored some specific themes in my most recent solo exhibitions.




Who We Are:
A group of professional artists who have been actively exhibiting through 14 Sculptors Gallery, a non-profit tax exempt organization. In 1973, in the SoHo district of New York, 14 Sculptors first opened its doors to the public, creating a forum for experimental sculpture, free from the constraints of a commercial viewpoint.

From it's inception 14 Sculptors focused on the following objectives; To provide the opportunity to members and invited artists to exhibit original artwork (sculpture) on a regular basis; To meet regularly with other professionals for discussion and artistic exchange and: To actively stimulate dialogue between the community, the artists and critical review.

14 Sculptors evolved from a group of New York based artists. Our objectives began to expand as the membership sought to include artists and outside curators from a broader national base. Lawrence Alloway, the well-known art critic, addressed this issue in our 1983 Tenth Anniversary Exhibition-THEN & NOW catalogue, in an essay where he noted that "(all) places share equal access to information about the current art world in New York; hence the cogency and topicality of the group's work."

By the mid-eighties our membership had grown to include artists from Europe and Asia as well as artists from diverse regions of the country. Our regular meetings were supplemented by long distance communications and 14 Sculptors became increasingly involved with outreach exhibitions, e.g. (In 1988 we coordinated an exhibition of South And North American Sculptors).

14 Sculptors Gallery has become 14 Sculptors Inc., maintaining an active site on the Internet which will present the artwork and c.v.'s. of the current membership. We now look to diverse venues both within and outside the art establishment to create exhibition opportunities in keeping with our primary objectives; sustaining that window of "cogency and topicality of the group's work" while continuing our dialogue between artists and the community.