May 17 — Jun 08, 2012
Featuring work by: Alexander Archipenko, Scottie Wilson, Joan Nelson, Unknown (Native American), Alexis Gritchenko, Jesse Howard, Chris Corales, Nick Paparone, Paul Swenbeck, Bill Walton, Emery Blagdon, Jennifer Levonian, Dan Murphy, Jayson Musson, Isaac Tin Wei Lin, Tristin Lowe, Annabeth Rosen, Purvis Young, Joseph Yoakum, Philadelphia Wireman, August Walla, Bill Traylor, Tramp Art, Takatomo Tomita, Clarence Stringfield, Georges Rouault, Martín Ramírez, Elijah Pierce, Pablo Picasso, Jim Nutt, Sister Gertrude Morgan, Justin McCarthy, Miyoko Ito, Morris Hirshfield, Marcy Hermansader, William Hawkins, Samuel Granatt, William O. Golding, Kamante Gatura, Tony Fitzpatrick, Howard Finster, John Ferris, William Edmondson, E.S. Curtis, Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Unknown (Pre-Columbian), James Castle, Arthur B. Carles, Anthony Campuzano, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Peter Attie Besharo, Jose Bedia, Eddie Arning, Felipe Benito Archuleta, Ethnographic Anon, Unknown (American), Terry Allen, COBRA Group
Fleisher/Ollman is pleased to announce 60/60. On view will be a diverse group of works by sixty artists reflecting the gallery's sixty year history of exhibiting ethnographic, folk, self-taught and contemporary art.
Select artists in the exhibition include: Terry Allen, Felipe Archuleta, Eddie Arning, José Bedia, Peter "Charlie" Attie Besharo, Emery Blagdon, Arthur Carles, James Castle, Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Chris Corales, William Edmondson, Howard Finster, Tony Fitzpatrick, Madge Gill, William O. Golding, Alexis Gritchenko, William Hawkins, Marcy Hermansader, Morris Hirshfield, Jesse Howard, Jennifer Levonian, Isaac Tin Wei Lin, Tristin Lowe, Justin McCarthy, Dan Murphy, Jayson Musson, Joan Nelson, Jim Nutt, Nick Paparone, Philadelphia Wireman, Pablo Picasso, Elijah Pierce, Martin Ramirez, George Rouault, Clarence Stringfield, Paul Swenbeck, Bill Traylor, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, August Walla, Bill Walton, Joseph Yoakum, with Oceanic, Pre-Columbian, African, and Native American works.