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Enjoyed this painterly summer show at Tiber de Nagy


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29 in my series adapting the 30 poem-paintings in Frank O’Hara’s “In Memory of My Feelings” into new blackout-style erasure/remix poems— this is “Poem V (F) W” with art by Jane Freilicher. It was really tough to touch this one at all (as it has been with many of O’Hara’s great poems), but I felt this piece fall together quite nicely in the end. Image courtesy of #moma #momanyc
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#blackoutmyfeelings #janefreilicher #frankohara #ohara #inmemoryofmyfeelings #newyorkart #newyorkpoetry #makeblackoutpoetry #blackoutpoetry #foundpoetry #remixpoetry #redactedpoetry #erasurepoetry #visualpoetry #poempainting #poetrycommunity #poetsofig #poetrydaily #poetsofinstagram #poetryart #poetryisnotdead #poetry #poem


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Jane Freilecher; Still Life with Calendulas, 1955.
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#janefreilicher #newyorkschool #newyorkart #calendula


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Artist: Jane Freilicher .
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#friends
#janefreilicher
#bothJanes
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Early New York Evening (1954), Jane Freilicher.#janefreilicher #earlynewyork #1954 #painting #art


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Happy Gay Pride NYC!
#gaypride #janefreilicher
#greenwichvillage


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June 6 marked the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. Jane commemorated his death in the months that followed. At left is the Life magazine cover of RFK that came out in the weeks after his death.
#janefreilicher #robertfkennedy
#robertkennedy
#lifemagazine


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Jane Freilicher’s exhibition “‘50s New York” closes today at 6pm. In her @nytimes review last week, Roberta Smith wrote, “Kasmin’s main space has a touching exhibition of 1950s canvases — mostly still lifes. They reveal Freilicher getting her sea legs as a New York painter, working determinedly in a small, seemingly dark apartment. Richly colored, her efforts resemble clouded-over Bonnards. Each is a quiet little battle in which the artist fends off the pressures of Abstract Expressionism, the prevailing style, armed with her love of representation, of looking and painting, in some form, what she sees.”

A fully illustrated catalogue of works in the exhibition is available via our website at www.paulkasmingallery.com.

#JaneFreilicher #50sNewYork #Painting #StillLife #EndingSoon #PaulKasminGallery @janefreilicher

Photography by Diego Flores.


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Final day for Jane Freilicher: ‘50s New York at Paul Kasmin Gallery. The gallery is open until 6pm today. Thank you to Paul Kasmin and his team for making the exhibition such a tremendous success. Please stay tuned for upcoming activity and exhibitions of the artist’s work.
#janefreilicher @kasmingallery #kasmingallery


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Today longtime client and Jane Freilicher collector playwright Terrence McNally and the artist’s daughter Elizabeth Hazan. Tomorrow is the final day of the show.
#janefreilicher #kasmingallery


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Last weekend to see Jane Freilecher’s 50’s New York at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in Chelsea #janefreilicher #1950s #newyork #nyc #paulkasmingallery #chelsea #art #painting #womenartists #womenpainters #lastchance #donotmissit #whyilovenyc


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Congrats to @aaronjohnsonart for his opening tonight @joshualinergallery !! Also happy to finally see @amyplincoln wonderful floral world @morganlehmangallery. New discovery for me of #janefreilicher @kasmingallery. And last pic - only because everyone and there mother has posted #terrywinters hypnotic paintings @matthewmarksgallery


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Jane Freilicher ‘50s New York has been chosen Editors’ pick in its final week. On view through June 9. Swipe left.
#janefreilicher #artnet #artnetinstagram @janefreilicher
#ericbrownartgroup


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Jane Freilicher ‘50s New York has been chosen as Editors’ pick for its final week. On view through Saturday June 9. Swipe left. @kasmingallery #janefreilicher @janefreilicher
#artnet #artistsoninstagram
#ericbrownartgroup


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Artnet lists Jane Freilicher ‘50s New York as Editors’ pick in its final week. In view through Saturday June 9. Swipe left.
@kasmingallery #janefreilicher #artnet #artnetinstagram


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Room with a view 🌆 #JaneFreilicher #PaulKasminGallery


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As noted in Friday's review #NewYorkTimes, 'Last Chance
Three Artists, Three Arcs, One Gallery' to catch #JaneFreilicher #ElliottPuckette #BarryFlanagan. All close this Saturday 9th June. Installation view of Flanagan's The Hare is Metaphor. Photo by Diego Flores.

#ArtCriticism #RobertaSmith #contemporaryart #sculpture #art #artist #artistic #artists #arte #bronzesculpture #modernism #worksonpaper #sculptural #installation #thehareismetaphor #soloshow #contemporaryartist #softsculpture


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Details of the florals that recur in paintings from our current exhibition Jane Freilicher’s “‘50s New York.” On view through June 9.

“Prominent in many of Freilicher’s still lifes of this period are swaths of boldly patterned fabric. The image of a Persian or Turkish carpet on a table underneath a still life arrangement is a frequent convention in seventeenth-century Dutch still life painting, while the challenge of rendering multiple materials, textures, degrees of reflectivity or transparence represented by the vases, glass compote and flowers may also allude to the technical virtuosity and material variety of Dutch Golden Age still life painting.” - Nathan Kernan (poet, critic and essayist for Jane Freilicher’s “‘50s New York” exhibition catalogue.)

Jane Freilicher’s “‘50s New York” will be on view through this Saturday, June 9. The catalogue to the exhibition is available via our website at www.paulkasmingallery.com.

#JaneFreilicher #NathanKernan #DutchStillLife #50sNewYork #ExhibitionCatalogue #florals #painting @janefreilicher


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#JaneFreilicher’s New York studio view


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really love #JaneFreilicher’s New York paintings. when I’m old I think I might get a penthouse manhattan studio and do this sort of thing


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A couple of refreshing exhibits on a warm day in Chelsea- Daniel Handal “Pajaritos” @clampartnyc & Jane Freilicher “50’s New York” @kasmingallery
#mascot_studio #danielhandal #janefreilicher


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An 'eye-opening show', #newyorktimes @robertasmithnyt review of The Hare is Metaphor. Read her thoughts on this show and on all three of @kasmingallery current exhibitions online: #JaneFreilicher, #ElliottPuckette and #barryflanagan


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Created within various studios in lower Manhattan, #JaneFreilicher’s 50s paintings are evocative of a downtown milieu that has since come to represent the period’s golden age of spirited, improvisational artistic freedom. Critic Fairfield Porter referred to her work as both “traditional and radical.” “Jane Freilicher: ’50s New York,” the first exhibition to focus on work from this period, is on view @kasmingallery 10th Ave through June 9.
Here: “Flowers in Armchair,” 1956, oil on linen
#PaulKasminGallery #ADAAGalleries


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The printed New York Times with its stand alone review of the Jane Freilicher exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery on view through June 9.
@kasmingallery #janefreilicher #newyorktimes


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The printed New York Times with a stand alone review of Jane Freilicher: ‘50s New York on view through June 9.
@kasmingallery #newyorktimes #janefreilicher


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Jane Freilicher: ‘50s New York at Paul Kasmin Gallery reviewed by Roberta Smith in the New York Times along with Kasmin’s two other exhibitions. Congrats. @kasmingallery #newyorktimes #janefreilicher @kasmingallery @janefreilicher


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Jane Freilicher: ‘50s New York reviewed by Roberta Smith, along with Paul Kasmin Gallery’s other two shows. The exhibition remains on view through June 9. Swipe left for excerpt from review.
#janefreilicher #kasmingallery #newyorktimes #robertasmith @kasmingallery


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Early New York Evening, 1954 by #janefreilicher 👩🏻🎨🎨#cityscape #citylife #iloveny #nystories 🌃


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“Each is a quiet little battle in which the artist fends off the pressures of Abstract Expressionism, the prevailing style, armed with her love of representation, of looking and painting, in some form, what she sees.” - excerpt from @robertasmithnyt’s review of #janefreilicher in today’s @nytimes. On view @kasmingallery thru June 9th. 😍👌🏼


Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/31/arts/design/paul-kasmin-gallery-review.html


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The Hare is Metaphor features in today’s @NewYorkTimes @robertasmithnyt review alongside Jane Freilicher and Elliott Puckette, also currently @kasmingallery Repost from @kasmingallery using @RepostRegramApp - Thanks to @robertasmithnyt for today’s review of all three of the gallery’s current exhibitions: Jane Freilicher, Elliott Puckette and Barry Flanagan. You can read the feature by scrolling ➡️ or in full via the link in our bio. •
“These days it is not unusual for a New York gallery to have two spaces and even three. Less typical are moments when their exhibitions complement one another, as do the current solo shows at Paul Kasmin Gallery. On view in the gallery’s three spaces — clustered conveniently around the intersection of 10th Avenue and West 27th Street — they form a valuable commentary on three artists’ career arcs and the bandwidths of their visions.”

Catch all three exhibitions before they close on June 9. •
#JaneFreilicher #ElliottPuckette #BarryFlanagan @NewYorkTimes #NewYorkTimes #ArtCriticism #RobertaSmith


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Thanks to @robertasmithnyt for today’s review of all three of the gallery’s current exhibitions: Jane Freilicher, Elliott Puckette and Barry Flanagan. You can read the feature by scrolling ➡️ or in full via the link in our bio.

“These days it is not unusual for a New York gallery to have two spaces and even three. Less typical are moments when their exhibitions complement one another, as do the current solo shows at Paul Kasmin Gallery. On view in the gallery’s three spaces — clustered conveniently around the intersection of 10th Avenue and West 27th Street — they form a valuable commentary on three artists’ career arcs and the bandwidths of their visions.”

Catch all three exhibitions before they close on June 9. •
#JaneFreilicher #ElliottPuckette #BarryFlanagan @NewYorkTimes #NewYorkTimes #ArtCriticism #RobertaSmith


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“Jane Freilicher: ’50s New York” at Paul Kasmin Gallery (through June 9):Jane Freilicher (1924–2014) was the quintessential artist of the New York after-School. Dispensing with the hardboiled lessons of the day, she painted “what she sees, but it happens that she sees a lot,” observed John Ashbery, her close friend. Now through June 9 at Paul Kasmin Gallery, “ ’50s New York” looks to Freilicher’s first flowering decade, when she saw her New York studios in the soft light of Les Nabis—Pierre Bonnard, and even more so Édouard Vuillard. Organized in collaboration with Eric Brown Art Group, advisor to the Freilicher estate, the exhibition is Freilicher’s first at the gallery and a welcome arrival on the Chelsea scene. —@jamespanero .
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Jane Friedlicher, Early New York Evening, 1954, Oil on linen, Paul Kasmin Gallery


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“To You”
by Frank O’Hara
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What is more beautiful than night
and someone in your arms
that’s what we love about art
it seems to prefer us and stays
if the moon or a gasping candle
sheds a little light or even dark
you become a landscape in a landscape
with rocks and craggy mountains
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and valleys full of sweaty ferns
breathing and lifting into the clouds
which have actually come low
as a blanket of aspirations’ blue
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for once not a melancholy color
because it is looking back at us
there’s no need for vistas we are one
in the complicated foreground of space
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the architects are most courageous
because it stands for all to see
and for a long long time just as
the words “I’ll always love you”
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impulsively appear in the dark sky
and we are happy and stick by them
like a couple of painters in neon allowing
the light to glow there over the river
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“Frank O'Hara”
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Cambridge
Photograph by Jane Freilicher
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#frankohara #janefreilicher #cambridge #massachusetts #1950s #whatweloveaboutart & #poetry & #blackturtlenecks


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Jane Freilicher (1924-2014)
“Landscape in Water Mill”
1962
Oil on linen
18 x 20 inches
Tibor de Nagy Gallery
New York
#janefreilicher #americanart #landscape #watermill #longisland #newyork #1960s @tibordenagygallery


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Jane Freilicher (1924-2014)
“Bayberry”
1964
Oil on linen
14 × 19 inches (35.6 × 48.3 cm)
Tibor de Nagy Gallery
New York
#janefreilicher #americanart #bayberry #hamptons #longisland #newyork #1960s @tibordenagygallery


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“Jane Freilicher and John Ashbery walking on the beach”
Southampton, New York
1967
Houghton Library
Harvard University
#janefreilicher #johnashbery #southampton #newyork #1960s @houghtonlib @harvard


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Read Apollo’s review of Jane Freilicher’s “‘50s New York” via the link in our bio. “Freilicher notes her work’s ‘kinship’ to poetry, arriving ‘at strange juxtapositions and unexpected organization’. Indeed, there is a certain lyricism to the painter’s insistence on the artistry of the quotidian objects that fill our lives. As O’Hara wrote in homage to his friend, ‘Interior (with Jane)’: ‘The eagerness of objects to / be what we are afraid to do / cannot help but move us’. In vibrant pigment and frenetic brushstroke, with a particular attention to shape and line, Freilicher captured the often-overlooked beauties of the everyday like no other post-war American artist.”

#JaneFreilicher #StillLife #Painting #50sNewYork @apollomagazine

Jane Freilicher, “The Electric Fan”, 1957, oil on linen, 49 5/8 x 56 inches, 126 x 142.2 cm. Courtesy of the Estate of Jane Freilicher and Paul Kasmin Gallery.


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Evocative 50’s New York by Jane Freilicher on view at Paul Kasmin gallery.

#janefreilicher #paulkasmingallery #paulkasmin #chelsea #50snewyork #chasingbeautywithdvn


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Frames from the film “Presenting Jane” (1953)
Top: poets John Ashbery (left) and Frank O'Hara flank James Schuyler, who wrote the script for the short film;
Below: painter Jane Freilicher walks on water.
The Harvard Film Archive
The Woodberry Poetry Room
Harvard University
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During the summer of 1952, poets John Ashbery, Frank O’Hara, James Schuyler, and Kenneth Koch, among other friends, all convened at a house in the Hamptons to enjoy a brief vacation and shoot a short movie, conceived and scripted by Schuyler. Over the years, their friendships would become formalized by critics and historians as the New York School—a sort of loose association of writers and artists all working and living together in mid-century New York. But that summer there was no “school,” just friends enjoying each other’s company, playing, being silly, making art, and living. 
The 11 minute silent film, “Presenting Jane,” was to be yet another ode to the boys’ favorite muse, the painter Jane Freilicher, who ran in the same artistic circles but first met the bunch through Koch while living in the same apartment building. Freilicher was the first person Ashbery met when he moved to New York: his first stop in the city was at her apartment, to pick up Koch’s key. She would soon become subject of many a poem, most famously O’Hara’s “Jane” series. This time, through rudimentary cinematic trickery, she was to be made to look as though she could walk on water.
#presentingjane #janefreilicher #johnashbery #frankohara #jamesschuyler #kennethkoch #newyorkschool #poets #painters #filmakers #filmstrip #summer #hamptons #newyork #1950s #kids #goofingaround @harvardfilmarchive @harvard


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Do NOT miss the amazing show of paintings by #janefreilicher from the 50’s, one of my favorite discoveries of 2018...


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Jane Freilicher
Stunning show!
#janefreilicher #paulkasmingallery #50snewyork


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Where I’d like to be...#janefreilicher #kasmingallery


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#janefreilicher at @kasmingallery paintings from the '50s


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‘In vibrant pigment and frenetic brushstroke, with a particular attention to shape and line, Freilicher captured the often-overlooked beauties of the everyday like no other post-war American artist.’ Matthew Holman visits ‘Jane Freilicher: ’50s New York’ at @kasmingallery. Link in bio
Image: ‘The Electric Fan’ (1957), Jane Freilicher. Courtesy the Estate of Jane Freilicher and Paul Kasmin Gallery
#janefreilicher #theelectricfan #painting #newyork


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Jane Freilicher, Peonies #janefreilicher


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