Lawrence Fine Art

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Lawrence Fine Art specializes in modern and contemporary art.

From the Underwater Series - Howard Schatz

Howard Schatz From the Underwater Series

Beauty Study #1020 -

Beauty Study #1020
Archival Pigment Print

Underwater Study #3200 - Howard Schatz

Howard Schatz Underwater Study #3200
Archival Pigment Print

Exhibiting Artists

  • Howard Schatz  (+)

    Biography : Howard Schatz gave up a career as a retinal surgeon to follow his passion for photography. He was awarded the 2015 IPA International Photography Award for Book of the Year for his retrospective, Schatz Images: 25 Years. The IPA Awards, administered by the Lucie Foundation, are considered among the most prestigious in the field of photography. His work was recently included in the Brooklyn Museum exhibition "Who Shot Sports." Schatz first established a following in the 1990s with two collections of underwater photography, Water Dance and Pool Light. With H2O, Schatz takes the magic of weightlessness and the beauty of dance to new heights. Whether in single portraits or as part of a larger, spectacular ballet, his dancers are as utterly elegant as they are phantasmagorical. They appear before the camera as though borrowed from a dream.

    Exhibition : Emotions of the Athletic Body
    Curated by Giorgio Armani

    Brooklyn Museum of Art
    Schatz Images: WHO SHOT SPORTS
    (group show)

    2015 Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona
    Human+ The Future of Our Species-Group Show

    Richmond Olympic Oval, Vancouver, Canada
    Howard Schatz: The Olympic Body

    Triennale di Milano
    Howard Schatz: Body Power

    Paul Paletti Gallery
    Howard Schatz: 25 Years

    Fairfield Museum, Fairfield, CT
    Howard Schatz: 25 Years

    2014 Underwater
    Staley-Wise Gallery, New York

    2012 WITH child
    Paul Paletti Gallery, Louisville, KY

    2011 Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea
    Athletes Standing Mural

    Brucie Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine
    The Beauty of Howard Schatz

    MEWO Kunsthalle Memmingen, Germany
    The Alphabet: Group Show

    The Moving Body: Le Refectoire des Cordeliers, at Saint Germain des Prés
    Group Show Aimee Mullins

    Science Gallery at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
    Group Show: Human+ Aimee Mullins

    Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden, Germany
    On Your Marks: Athletes

    MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome
    New York Shots by Howard Schatz

    2010 Discovery Center Continium, Netherlands
    Howard Schatz: The Art of Motion

    Athletes "Standing"
    Olympic Museum, Lausanne, Switzerland

    2009 Galerie Breuer, Munich, Germany
    Any Moment Now: Images of Pregnancy

    Brucie Collection, Kiev Ukraine

    "Motion Science"
    Heinz-Nixdorf Museum, Germany
    Motion Studies & Athlete

    2008 "Flexibility - Design in a Fast-Changing Society"
    Torino World Design Capital 2008
    Aimee Mullins from Athlete

    Tanzsommer Innsbruck, Austria

    Paul Paletti Gallery, Louisville, KY

    Gallery Gora, Montreal, Canada

    2007 H2O
    Lumas Gallery, New York

    Gallery M (Denver, CO)

    Halekulani Parc, Honolulu, HI

    H2O - Corps de Ballet
    The Center for Fine Art Photography
    2007 International Exhibition (Group Show)

    Beauty, What For? (Group Show)
    Buenas Aires, Argentina

    In Character: Actors Acting

    Artist's Objects:

    • Howard Schatz - Underwater Study #3200 Underwater Study #3200
    • Howard Schatz - From the Underwater Series From the Underwater Series

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Other Represented Artists

  • Harriette Joffe  (+)

    Biography : Joffe’s career spans the post-World War II Abstract Expressionist movement to the present. Embraced by the first generation of Abstract Expressionist painters on the East End of Long Island, she represents one of the last living links to central figures in the avant-garde of 20th century American art, including such artists as Willem De Kooning, Philip Pavia, Ibram Lassaw, John Little and Balcomb Greene. One critic has said that Joffe returns the beauty and grace to the female form that DeKooning took away. Joffe was subject of a career retrospective at Lawrence Fine Art Summer 2012 and her "RiverJazz and All That Stuff" was exhibited Summer 2013.

    Exhibition : 2013 RiverJazz and All That Stuff, Lawrence Fine Art, East Hampton, NY 2012 Harriette Joffe Career Retrospective, Davenport and Shapiro Fine Art, East Hampton, NY 2008 Darnell Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 2003 William Havu Gallery, Denver, CO 2001 William Havu Gallery, Denver, CO 1998 “Of My Being, Of My Dreams,” Waxlander Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 1996 Select Art Gallery, Sedona, AZ 1995 Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY 1995 Hand Artes Gallery, Truchas, NM 1994 Montez Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 1994 Design Frontiers, Santa Fe, NM 1993 Atherton Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 1993 Special exhibition for International Convention on Crypto-Judaism, Atherton Gallery 1992 Project ’92, College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM 1992 Electronic Goddess (environmental performance) with dancer Alicia Perea 1992 Chrysalis (environmental art and performance) with the Institute of American Indian Arts, College of Santa Fe, NM 1992 Metamorphosis Environment, Stables Gallery, Taos, NM 1992 New Mexico Arts sculpture commission, Randall Davey Audubon Center site, College of Santa Fe 1991 Stables Gallery, Taos, NM 1991 Anonymous Bosch installation and performance 1991 New Mexico Month of Sculpture Invitational 1991 Sculpture Project ’91 (installation and performance), College of Santa Fe 1991 Installation and performance with Alicia Perea (Electronic Goddess), Actors Theater 1991 Philip Bareiss Gallery, Taos NM 1991 Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 1985–86 Vered Gallery Annual Solo Exhibitions, East Hampton, NY 1989 Carol Sayre Gallery, Thoreau, NM 1986 Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY 1983 Ramapo College of New Jersey Art Gallery, Mahwah, NJ 1980 Bittersweet Gallery, Montauk, NY 1978 Tower Gallery, Southampton, NY 1977 Gallery 9, Chatham, NJ 1976 Upsala College, East Orange, NJ 1972 St. Vincent’s Hospital Gallery, Bridgeport, CT 1971 Jewish Community Center, Bridgeport, CT 1968 Gallery 9, Chatham, NJ 1955 Contemporary Arts Gallery, Providence, RI Group Exh

  • Deb Lawrence

    Biography : Deb Lawrence uses antique, homespun linen from the 19th century in her highly abstract work. In this combination, her work simultaneously comments on three important movements in American arts: the long tradition of arts and crafts, feminist artists' appropriation of these traditionally "female" crafts for their work and, of course, the grid as an underlying basis for abstraction. She comments: "My use of antique homespun linen is integral to the materiality, aesthetics, and conceptual basis of my work. The coarse threads, hand stitched seams, and occasional repairs highlight the vestiges of the hand and engender a sense of strength, authenticity and beauty in that which is authentically imperfect." Cleveland-based, she has shown across Ohio, as well as in galleries in NYC. Lawrence Fine Art showed her work, Summer 2015, as part of our "Summer of Abstraction" series.