Phillips opens the Southampton exhibition ‘Abstract by Nature: Paintings from the 1950s to the Present’

Phillips opens the Southampton exhibition ‘Abstract by Nature: Paintings from the 1950s to the Present’

Phillips announced Abstract by Nature, Paintings from the 1950s to the Present, an exhibition at Phillips Southampton from 7 August-6 September. Inspired by nature, the works presented are an exploration of the purity of color and form in American abstraction from the 1950s Post-War era all the way up to its contemporary iterations. The exhibition includes works from Abstract Expressionism and Color Field Post-War masters such as Jules Olitski, Hans Hoffman, Adolph Gottlieb and Kenneth Noland. It also aims to showcase their eventual influence on the abstract practices of contemporary artists, such as Mark Grotjahn, Jennifer Guidi and Petra Cortright. Works included in the exhibition will be offered through both PhillipsÂ’ private sales platform and at auction in New York in Fall 2021. On display alongside Abstract by Nature will be the first brick-and-mortar pop-up for The Invisible Collection, the state-of-the art
Phillips announced Abstract by Nature, Paintings from the 1950s to the Present, an exhibition at Phillips Southampton from 7 August-6 September. Inspired by nature, the works presented are an exploration of the purity of color and form in American abstraction from the 1950s Post-War era all the way up to its contemporary iterations. The exhibition includes works from Abstract Expressionism and Color Field Post-War masters such as Jules Olitski, Hans Hoffman, Adolph Gottlieb and Kenneth Noland. It also aims to showcase their eventual influence on the abstract practices of contemporary artists, such as Mark Grotjahn, Jennifer Guidi and Petra Cortright. Works included in the exhibition will be offered through both PhillipsÂ’ private sales platform and at auction in New York in Fall 2021. On display alongside Abstract by Nature will be the first brick-and-mortar pop-up for The Invisible Collection, the state-of-the art