Madelyn Jordon Fine Art STAGING NATURE: A WORLD UNTO ITSELF

STAGING NATURE: A WORLD UNTO ITSELF

March 29 - May 11, 2019

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is please to present STAGING NATURE: A WORLD UNTO ITSELF, a group exhibition of modern and contemporary landscape paintings, works on paper, photography, and sculpture by a diverse group of 12 artists. Selected artists include Milton Avery, Gregory Crewdson, Katharine Dufault, Purdy Eaton, Abigail Goldman, Elissa Gore, Adam Handler, Larry Horowitz, Wolf Kahn, Sandrine Kern, Yangyang Pan, and Susan Wides. The exhibition will run from March 29 - May 11, 2019, with an opening reception on Friday, March 29, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. The public is welcome.

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Madelyn Jordon Fine Art CONTEXT: Art Miami, Nov 29- Dec 4, 2016

CONTEXT: Art Miami, Nov 29- Dec 4, 2016

November 29 - December 4, 2016

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is delighted to announce our participation in CONTEXT Art Miami. We will be exhibiting exciting new works by Abigail Goldman, Adam Handler, DJ Leon, YangYang Pan, Michelle Sakhai, Bernar Venet and others. 
CONTEXT Art Miami, along with the 27th edition of Art Miami, commences on November 29, 2016, with the …

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Madelyn Jordon Fine Art ABIGAIL GOLDMAN: So Sorry

ABIGAIL GOLDMAN: So Sorry

December 12, 2014 - January 24, 2015

SCARSDALE, NEW YORK ART GALLERY PRESENTS, ABIGAIL GOLDMAN: Oh So Sorry 
December 12 – January 24, 2015

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is pleased to present ABIGAIL GOLDMAN: Oh So Sorry, Las Vegas artist Abigail Goldman’s first solo exhibition in New York, from December 12 through January 24, 2015. The exhibition will consist of fifteen dieoramas, created in the past year.  The opening reception will be held Friday, December 12, 6-8 pm.  The artist will be present and the public is invited.  Previews and private showings are by appointment only. 

Abigail Goldman creates meticulous, disarming sculptures, befittingly dubbed, dieoramas—gruesomely detailed, miniature scenes of mayhem and murder—using various media such as styrofoam, synthetic grass, figures from model train kits, and vivid red paint—(Ahem, for fake blood).  In her tiny dramas, Goldman artistically directs still moments at the peak of a dark event.  Her inspiration is innate, albeit her personality is far from being dark or melancholy.  

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