In May 2015, Joseph Peller’s print Closing Time was selected for the 5th Guanlan International Print Biennial China 2015, an international juried exhibition, held at the new Guanlan Art Museum in Guanlan, China.
Joseph Peller’s Tugs and Barge at Sunset was featured in Allied Artists of America 100 Years at the Canton Museum of Art (Canton, Ohio). The exhibition, documented with a catalogue, continues through July 19, 2015.
Forty images of Peller’s work were accessioned into the Artstor Digital Library. The library is an online database—designed for scholars, curators, connoisseurs, museums, and galleries—that collects images “from some of the world’s leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists, into one easily-navigated repository.” Night Owls (above) is one of Peller’s works in the database.
Little Rock, Arkansas, is celebrating the art of silverpoint with talks at the Arkansas Center for the Arts and two simultaneous gallery exhibitions on either side of town that feature work in the medium. Sherry Camhy’s Portrait of a Young Woman and Portrait of an Aging Woman from her “Classical Sculpture Series” can be seen at the Greg Thompson Art Gallery and her Music and Poetry, studies from the same series, are on view at the Hearne Fine Art Gallery, through June 27, 2015.
Fiction is Peter Reginato’s solo exhibition opening June 4 at Adelson Galleries (730 Fifth Avenue). A catalogue of the exhibition is available to view online. The show, which includes twenty-seven works, continues through August 21, 2015.
The Annual 2015: The Depth of Surface will open at the National Academy Museum and School, its 189th annual. Knox Martin is one of nearly seventy artists with works in this show, which “seeks to delve beneath the surface of the work included to reveal its true meaning and message, the story behind it and how it resonates with the viewer.” The show opens June 4 and continues through August 23, 2015.
Knox Martin’s Woman Looking, now on view at FreedmanArt, is one of his three paintings in Art in the Making: Refocused, a celebration of American art education, which continues through October 3, 2015. Two more of Martin’s paintings are included in the similarly-titled offshoot exhibition Art in the Making: A New Adaptation, now on view at the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery at The George Washington University (Washington, DC). This second venue continues the celebration of the concurrent anniversaries of the Art Students League of New York (140 years) and Pratt Institute (125 years), with added work from artists associated with the Corcoran School of Art. The show continues through July 17, 2015.