Alex Kanevsky

Alex Kanevsky

Career-spanning monograph with essays by Peter Selz and Frances Malcolm. 200+ page Hardcover. *Selected by Independent Publisher as the 2016 National Gold Medal winner for Fine Art books!… read more

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Alex Kanevsky

Lightning Strikes: 18 poets. 18 artists.

Catalogue accompanying the Lightning Strikes exhibition (2015-16), where 18 Artists respond to works by 18 Poets. Includes text of poems and images of Artwork. 60 pages, Color. 100% of proceeds generated from the book sales will be donated to St. Mary's college scholarship program for the MFA in Literary Arts.… read more

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Alex Kanevsky

Alex Kanevsky: Short Focus Paintings

"Emile Zola said that a work of art is nature viewed through a temperament. One never forget on is looking at a painted surface in the art of Alex Kanevsky. The creation of frenetic impasto, the cropping of the work, and its idiosyncratic viewpoint, is a middle reality—his reality, his temperament..." —Robert Flynn Johnson… read more

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Alex Kanevsky

Alex Kanevsky: Heroes and Animals

By remaining open to an ever-evolving vision of the world, Kanevsky’s paintings deliberately defy stylistic and thematic pigeonholing in an art world obsessed with taxonomic boundaries. His manner of painting is instead motivated by a desire to generate dialogue between subjective personal perception, external reality, and the tenuousness of translation.… read more

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Alex Kanevsky

HEADS

In the spring of 2011, Peter Selz—former curator at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, founding director at the Berkeley Art Museum, and professor emeritus at University of California, Berkeley—curated the exhibition HEADS at the Dolby Chadwick Gallery. Featuring the art of Irving Petlin, Lucian Freud, Ann Gale, Edwige Fouvry, Alex Kanevsky, Sherie’ Franssen, Jim Morphesis, Patrick Graham, Gottfried Helnwein, Nathan Oliveira, and Stephen De Staebler, HEADS presents a fresh take on a well-worn theme by sidelining portraiture in favor of "the living and dead, portrait and mask, individual and symbol."… read more