James Cohan opens an exhibition of new work by Alison Elizabeth Taylor

James Cohan opens an exhibition of new work by Alison Elizabeth Taylor

James Cohan is presenting Future Promise, an exhibition of new work by Alison Elizabeth Taylor, on view at 48 Walker Street from September 10 through October 23, 2021. This is Taylor’s sixth solo exhibition with James Cohan. In Future Promise, Taylor departs from the familiar scenes of her native Southwest to reflect moments of day-to-day life around her home and studio in Brooklyn during the COVID-19 pandemic. In Anthony Cuts Under the Wburg Bridge, Sunset, Taylor depicts a stylist who, unable to work in his shuttered salon, found a way to practice his profession during the shutdown by offering haircuts en plein air under a bridge in Brooklyn. Other paintings show more intimate moments, such as On Thinking Thoughts are Feelings, in which a pregnant woman and her partner lounge in bed. In this work, Taylor conveys a moment in
James Cohan is presenting Future Promise, an exhibition of new work by Alison Elizabeth Taylor, on view at 48 Walker Street from September 10 through October 23, 2021. This is Taylor’s sixth solo exhibition with James Cohan. In Future Promise, Taylor departs from the familiar scenes of her native Southwest to reflect moments of day-to-day life around her home and studio in Brooklyn during the COVID-19 pandemic. In Anthony Cuts Under the Wburg Bridge, Sunset, Taylor depicts a stylist who, unable to work in his shuttered salon, found a way to practice his profession during the shutdown by offering haircuts en plein air under a bridge in Brooklyn. Other paintings show more intimate moments, such as On Thinking Thoughts are Feelings, in which a pregnant woman and her partner lounge in bed. In this work, Taylor conveys a moment in