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  • David Eichholtz

Abstraction Now and Then


David Richard Contemporary

Booth G189

16th Annual Los Angeles Art Show

The Los Angeles Convention Center

January 19 - 23, 2011

130 Lincoln Avenue, Suite D, Santa Fe, NM 87501

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David Richard Contemporary is pleased to exhibit “Abstraction: Now and Then” as a participant in the 16th annual Los Angeles Art Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center, January 19 through 23, 2011. This exhibition pairs geometric, optical, color field, lyrical and gestural abstract paintings and sculptures from the 1960s and 1970s with contemporary artwork to illustrate the historic influences and ever-evolving diversity of abstraction over the past 60 years. The historic and contemporary pairings of artwork include the following artists: Gene Davis and Beverly Fishman, Roy Colmer and Beverly Fishman, Raymond Jonson and Shirley Kaneda, Leon Polk-Smith and Paul Henry Ramirez, Ward Jackson and Peter Demos, Sumiye Okoshi and Jerrold Burchman, Beatrice Mandelman and Alex Couwenberg, James Hilleary and Mark Emerson, Lyman Kipp and Richard Roth, Hisao Hanafusa and Simon Aldridge, as well as artwork by Julian Stanczak, Jack Zajac and Peter Chinni.

The Los Angeles Art Show 2011 runs from January 19 through 23, 2011 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, West Hall A, 1201 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015. The show hours are Wednesday, January 19, 7 to 10 PM for the Opening Night Gala, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, January 20 to 22, 11 AM to 8 PM and Sunday, January 23, 11 AM to 5 PM.

David Richard Contemporary is located in downtown Santa Fe north of the historic plaza. The gallery offers a range of important contemporary art with an emphasis on abstraction in a variety of media by established and emerging American and international contemporary artists, as well as historically significant works from the 1960s through the 1980s.

Winter Gallery Hours: Monday through Saturday, 10 AM to 5 PM

For additional information please contact: David Eichholtz,

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