Luis Cruz Azaceta, Personal Velocity: 40 Years of Painting

George Adams Gallery 38 Walker Street, New York, NY

An exhibition of paintings and drawings by Luis Cruz Azaceta from two distinct periods, the late 1970s and 2019, highlighting their esthetic and thematic similarities despite the intervening years.

Viewing Room | Art from Afar

George Adams Gallery is pleased to present our first online viewing room, as part of the ADAA Member Viewing Rooms in collaboration with Artlogic. In a special installation of our backroom, we are sharing a cross-section of the gallery’s program, with its focus on representational, narrative art. Since the 1950s, the gallery has championed artists […]

Art from Afar

George Adams Gallery 38 Walker Street, New York, NY

'Art from Afar' is a living archive, updated regularly, of the online content produced while the gallery was temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the gallery reopens, we will continue to update this page through the rest of the summer with news and stories about our artists and our current and upcoming exhibitions. […]

Documents

George Adams Gallery 38 Walker Street, New York, NY

This summer, the George Adams Gallery will present a cross-generational group exhibition featuring paintings, photographs and woodcuts by Jack Beal, Manny Farber, Kevin Frances, Kija Lucas and Tony May. For each of these artists, documentation is a key element in how they conceive their work and the result, regardless of the media, retains a narrative […]

Joan Brown, Drawn from Life: Works on Paper, 1970-1976

George Adams Gallery 38 Walker Street, New York, NY

The George Adams Gallery is pleased to present Joan Brown: Drawn From Life, an exhibition of works on paper spanning the years 1970 to 1976. Coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Brown’s death, on October 26th, 1990, this exhibition looks back to one of the most fruitful periods of Brown’s career from the perspective of her […]