2024 Exhibitions

Artist Arizona


April 30 – May 25
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 4, 1-3 p.m.
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Mala Breuer grew up attending classes in painting and drawing from a young age at the California College of Arts and Crafts. After high school, she attended the San Francisco Art Institute where she studied under many notable artists, including Richard Diebenkorn, Clyfford Still, David Park, and Mark Rothko. Breuer matured as an artist in, and was profoundly affected by, the era of Abstract Expressionism, focusing more on material and application than representation. By the late 1960s, she was pouring water-thinned washes of acrylic paint onto large, stretched and wet, vertical canvases. During an exhibition of those works, a San Francisco gallerist suggested that she head to New York where abstraction, minimalism, and conceptual art were continuing to gain traction. Breuer listened to this advice and set out to New York with intentions of staying only one year; she stayed for eight. In New York, she began working with a palette knife, making direct, abstract marks with dark colors and with great density. She gained recognition as a significant painter during her time there.

In 1984, Breuer moved to northern New Mexico, a landscape that influenced her use of color, light, and more minimal compositions. She painted for another twenty-plus years in the southwestern desert until her death in 2017. 

Breuer exhibited internationally and alongside notable contemporaries including Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning, and Agnes Martin. Her work is included in the collections of the Buffalo AKG Art Museum, NY; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, NM; Albuquerque Museum, NM; and Capital Group in Los Angeles, CA.

Join us for an opening reception on Saturday, May 4th, from 1-3 p.m. to experience a curated selection of works from Breuer’s accomplished career.


Raphaëlle Goethals Exhibition


April 2 – April 27
Artist-Attended Opening Reception: Saturday, April 6, 1-3 p.m.
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Raphaëlle Goethals’ masterful encaustics are deeply influenced by natural elements—water, air, earth, wind, tectonic and climate shifts, marine currents and population movements. They translate experiences of specific light (like that of the southwest, Morocco, Corsica, et al.) through a complex layering of surface that develops organically.

Of the work, the artist says: By slowly applying and reworking multiple layers, I make paintings that contain evidence of their long evolution, like the earth’s surface. However, all is filtered through a lens of art history, personal and collective, and a deep spiritual longing. This is fundamental to our human nature; I need the art to connect us to our profound humanity.

Born and raised in Brussels, Raphaëlle Goethals came to the States in 1981 to further her education at Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, CA. Attracted to the vastness of the landscape and quality of light, she relocated to New Mexico in 1994 where she developed her mature painting style. Through her career she has featured in Art in America, Art News, Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, and Luxe magazine, among others. She is represented in numerous museum collections including Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, New Mexico Museum of Fine Art, Boise Art Museum, Grace Museum, as well as numerous corporate and private collections.

Bentley Gallery is pleased to invite you to join us for an artist-attended opening reception on Saturday, April 6, 1-3 p.m. The exhibition will be on view through April 27.

The Approach of Spring - Mark Pomilio


February 27 – March 30, 2024Artist-Attended Opening Reception: Saturday, March 2, 1-3 p.m.
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“It’s strange, and fascinating, how we arrive at our art,” says Pomilio. “Inconceivable from the start but now, decades into my journey, it all makes perfect sense.”

Throughout his career, whether in oil on canvas or charcoal on paper, Mark Pomilio has plucked sense from life’s chaos by using the language of space and form: geometry. He considers how the natural world organizes itself under universal growth patterns and instead of seeking to visually depict those patterns, he creates using his own geometric systems of iterative growth. The work is both subtle and complicated, elegant and alive, and Bentley Gallery is pleased to debut brand new works as part of this exciting solo exhibition. 

Mark Pomilio features in solo museum and gallery exhibitions nationally and internationally, including Luxehill Museum in Chengdu, China; the Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salapetriere, in Paris, France; Art Resources Transfer, in New York City; and LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe. Originally from Philadelphia, Pomilio currently lives and works in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a Professor of Painting and Drawing at Arizona State University. 

We invite you to join us for an artist-attended opening reception the first Saturday in March;  Saturday, March 2, 1-3 p.m.


Flat-Out Pointless (Violet-Black) - Jan Maarten Voskuil


January 31 – February 24Artist-Attended Opening Reception: Saturday, February 3, 1-3 p.m.
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Jan Maarten Voskuil stretches his paintings into the third dimension. His crafted, partly curved wooden constructions are based on simple geometric principles: the circle, the square, and the rectangle. He stretches the frames with linen and usually paints them in monochrome colors. With a minimum of means, he manages to develop a broad spectrum with his work whereby he partly stands in the tradition of the constructive, minimal, and concrete art of the twentieth century. His work is labeled as spatial object, sculpture, autonomous design or even architecture. Over the years, his ingenious stretchers have become primarily modular constructions, which can sometimes be assembled in various ways. This makes him not only a painter but also a “builder” of paintings.

Voskuil was born in Arnhem, Netherlands in 1964. He graduated in Arts at the Rijks University of Groningen and attended the Ateliers Arnhem (post-grad) at the Art Academy of Arnhem. He is a curator and artist, represented, amongst others, by Gallery Rob de Vries and Sebastien Fath Contemporary in the Netherlands and by Bentley Gallery in the US. Voskuil’s work is in several museum collections in the Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, and the U.S., and in private and corporate collections in Europe, China, Japan, Australia, and the Americas. He currently lives and works in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Bentley Gallery is excited to introduce Jan Maarten Voskuil in his first solo exhibition with the gallery. See these architectural paintings and speak with the artist in-person on Saturday, February 3, 1-3 p.m. during the opening reception.

See (right) - Ziyun Xun


January 3 – January 27, 2024Artist-Attended Opening Reception: Saturday, January 6, 1-3 p.m.Add to Calendar

To describe her creative approach, Ziyun Xun often cites Eastern philosophy, quoting the Buddha: “All conditioned phenomena are like a dream, an illusion, a bubble, a shadow, like dew or a flash of lightning. Thus, we shall perceive them.” Xun applies this concept of the “illusory visual” to generate feelings of impermanence for viewers; here, the more oblique the viewing angle, the greater the emergence of bright colors designed to reward these temporary and atypical vantage points. 

To achieve this effect, Xun’s process is incredibly meticulous: she applies thin strips of painter’s tape to her raw canvases, leaving tight, linear patterns across the surface. Before she removes the masking, she continuously revisits the work with rollers of acrylic paint, adding layer on layer of pigment until significant sculptural lines have built up. Lastly, a final wash of oil paint seals the lines with a contrasting gloss. 

In this macro detail, the high-relief of the paint can be seen against the fibers of the natural linen canvas. 

See Ziyun Xun’s fascinating series of contemporary op-art in person on Saturday, January 6 from 1-3 p.m. during the opening reception, a one-of-a-kind art viewing experience.

2023 Exhibitions

Flowing Mountain - Heather Hutchison


November 29 – December 30pening Reception: Saturday, December 2, 1-3 p.m.Add to Calendar

In her first solo exhibition with Bentley Gallery, Heather Hutchison is showcasing a brand new suite of eco-feminist constructions that capture the phenomenological essence of light in natural environments. Each artwork is a direct inquiry into the perceptual experience of color, light, and shadow particular to a time of day and place. In recent works, the artist is emphasizing the horizontal world that surrounds us, as she finds inspiration in the ever-present rhythms and syncopations of nature.Largely self-taught, Hutchison has developed and innovated methods and mediums including hand-building and bending Plexiglas forms to facilitate her artistic process. She shares similar concerns with the Light and Space artists and has spent decades observing and contemplating nature, raised between coastal Oregon, Laguna Beach, Marin County, and the mile-high desert along the southern border in Bisbee, Arizona. For the past twenty years, she has lived, worked, and raised her family in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York.

Since her first solo exhibition in SoHo in 1989, Hutchison has exhibited widely and is included in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, Hammer Museum (LA), and Smithsonian Museum of American History (D.C.). She has been included in exhibitions at the Montclair Art Museum, the Knoxville Museum of Art, and in D.C.’s Corcoran Gallery of Art.

See this captivating series in person on Saturday, December 2 from 1-3 p.m. during the opening reception. Our large windows and the angled daylight provide an incredibly unique experience of Hutchison’s work. Please join us! 

Deep Sea - Jimi Gleason


November 2 – November 25Artist-Attended Opening Reception: Saturday, November 4, 1-3 p.m.Add to Calendar

The surfaces of Jimi Gleason’s paintings have always responded to both the light and space of the environment they are in. Working with shimmery pearlescent paints and mirror-like silver deposit, he carefully builds up layers that shift subtly. Many of his paintings feature densely worked edges framing largely vacant centers to keep the focus firmly on the quality of the color and light, and the viewer’s own perception of them. 

His work is included in the collections of Dakota Studios, New York; Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, Los Angeles, CA; Hilton Headquarters, McLean, VA; Sun America, Kaufman Broad Home Corporation, Los Angeles, CA; and numerous private collections. He lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.

Learn more about the work directly from the artist on Saturday, November 4 from 1-3 p.m. during the opening reception. See how Gleason’s decades-long exploration of light and material has evolved into his latest body of work. 

The Eden Park Series (Red) - Michael Marlowe


October 4 – October 28Artist-Attended Reception: Saturday, October 7, 3-5 p.m.add to my calendar

Michael Marlowe’s large-scale painting process is rooted in an abstract approach to imagery of our biological world. His painterly transcriptions examine and vibrantly animate isolated aspects of our bodies and their environments, the organic in conversation with the manmade. In MIDWEST, Marlowe invokes the rolling plains and agricultural rows of the region, memories of his own youthful experiences dramatized by way of color and scale. 

“The idea, very abstractly, are these contoured shapes—maybe a hill or a landscape—very minimal, very simple; a gestural line, then, between those lines and that volume, this cavity is created. Between organic lines are more constructed lines. It comes directly from my experiences, as a kid, walking furroughs, walking the fields.”

Michael Marlowe is a studio artist, interior designer, and art director with previous experience as a production designer working in the film and television industry. He attended the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design Architecture and Art and Arizona State University, earning several degrees culminating in an MFA in set design for theater. He has been exhibiting nationally in both group and solo exhibition since 1982.
Please join us Saturday, October 7, from 3-5 p.m. for the artist-attended opening reception of MIDWEST. 

Jan Maarten Voskuil - Improved Pointless Ochre Turquoise


August 30 – September 30Reception: Saturday, September 2, 1-3 p.m.add to my calendar

Bentley Gallery has been synonymous with contemporary art in the southwest for nearly 40 years. As summer winds down, see the range of regional, national, and international talent represented on our roster during part two of our annual group exhibition on McKinley Street. 

View Our Represented Artists

These dynamic and dimensional works—in stone, paint, thread, graphite, and a myriad of other materials—truly sing in the bright, natural light of our exhibition space. Please join us for the opening reception, Saturday, September 2, 1-3 p.m.; exhibition runs through September 30. 

Phoenix Bioscience Core Artist + Researcher Exhibition


August 30 – September 30Reception: Saturday, September 2, 1-3 p.m.add to my calendar

Bentley Gallery has been synonymous with contemporary art in the southwest for nearly 40 years. As summer winds down, see the range of regional, national, and international talent represented on our roster during part two of our annual group exhibition on McKinley Street. 

View Our Represented Artists

These dynamic and dimensional works—in stone, paint, thread, graphite, and a myriad of other materials—truly sing in the bright, natural light of our exhibition space. Please join us for the opening reception, Saturday, September 2, 1-3 p.m.; exhibition runs through September 30. 

Lily Reeves - Light Art Display Phoenix
Raphaëlle Goethals - Expansion in Blue


June 14 – July 15
Opening: Saturday, June 17, 1-3 p.m.

Bentley Gallery has been synonymous with contemporary art in the southwest for nearly 40 years. This summer, see the range of regional, national, and international talent represented on our roster during our first group exhibition on McKinley Street. Works of sculpture, drawing and painting will be on view in the beautiful light of this crisp, new architectural space, right in the heart of downtown Phoenix.

Jake Fischer - Schema


May 17 – June 10
Opening: Saturday, May 20, 1-3 p.m.
Artist will be in attendance

In Jake Fischer’s paintings, the word interpermeate represents the idea that light and dark are equally and mutually pervasive in defining space just as the physical environment and our mental processes are equally and mutually pervasive in defining experience.

In a new interview with American Art Collector, editor Sarah Gianelli asks Fischer about his shadowy streetscapes and their analogy to consciousness, the duality of life’s inner and outer worlds. Fischer says, “Everyday experience relies on both sides of that coin—I’m moving through time and space having a physical experience, but it’s also the thoughts I’m having. They rely on each other to create an entire experience.”

Fischer paints on handmade wooden panels that he crafts using a Japanese hand-saw, and his work is conceptually driven by ideas of awareness, cognizance, thought, and engagement.
Join us for an artist-attended opening reception, Saturday, May 20, from 1-3 p.m.; the exhibition is on view until June 10.
Andy Moses - Geodesy 1506


April 19 – May 13
Opening: Saturday, April 22, 1-3 p.m.

Andy Moses is interested in pushing the physical properties of paint. Through chemical reactions, viscosity interference, and gravity dispersion, Moses creates elaborate compositions that mimic nature and its forces. DESERT LIGHT is a body of work that responds to the corporeal sense of infinite space that drifts in on California’s ocean breezes and across the Southwest’s vast, desert expanses. Light and space elongate in these natural spaces and Moses channels this time warp through both material and process.

Born in Los Angeles in 1962, Moses attended California Institute of the Arts from 1979 to 1981. After graduation, he moved to New York and had first group exhibition at Artist’s Space in 1986. His first solo exhibition followed shortly thereafter at Annina Nosei Gallery in 1987. He has continued to exhibit in New York, L.A., and abroad over the past twenty-five years. Moses moved back to the Los Angeles area in 2000, where he currently lives and works. 

Dion Johnson Artwork


March 15 – April 15
Opening: Saturday, March 18, 1-3 p.m.

Los Angeles-based Dion Johnson makes hard-edged, abstract paintings with dynamic color fields and lines. In his works, bold, contrasting swathes droop down and slide across his canvases, existing simultaneously as line, shape, and color. HIGH-DEF COLOR PHASE features the latest works from Johnson’s studio. In the introductory essay for the exhibition’s catalog, art critic David Pagel gives new language to what makes Johnson’s latest body of work so special. Pagel states, “Color has always been integral to what Dion Johnson does as an artist and his new paintings are no exception: They treat color as something so unique and powerful that words cannot come close to naming the peculiar, idiosyncratic colors he mixes in his studio, much less capturing the one-of-a-kind nature of each of his handcrafted shades, tones, and tints.” 

Jeremy Thomas - When It's Said You're Square


February 17 – March 11
Opening: Friday, February 17, 6-8 p.m.

Join us one week from today, the third Friday in February, for an opening of new sculpture by Jeremy Thomas. Stemming from a pandemic-era urge to be “cleaner and lighter”, Thomas traded steel for canvas in his latest body of colorful work. Still using the process of inflation to very literally sculpt with air, Thomas coats his stitched design in resin, inflates the work, and then manipulates the form until each crease and fold are just so. Lastly, he leaves the work to harden and cure into its final form before the finishing surface treatments. Of the process, Thomas says, “There’s an immediacy to fabric, and it allows me to get shapes that I’ve always wanted to get with steel but couldn’t.” Learn more about Jeremy Thomas’ fascinating process and see the work in person one week from today. 

Jim Waid - Cave Shadows


January 20 – February 11
Opening: Friday, January 20, 6-8 p.m.

Join us the third Friday in January for an opening of new works by Jim Waid. Waid creates abstract worlds saturated with color, filled with rhythm and movement, and intricately textured. His canvases barely contain the imagined landscape painted upon them; lush with growth they invite the viewer to explore the space. Of his latest works, Waid says, “These recent paintings are the result of a decades long dialog with nature and the expressive possibilities of paint. These paintings are portals for the mind to travel.” The exhibition opens with an artist-attended reception on January 20, from 6-8 p.m., all are welcome. 

2022 Exhibitions

Broken Loose Exhibition


This Third Friday, November 18, from 6 to 9 p.m., we open our first exhibition in our new home at 250 E. McKinley St. in downtown Phoenix. 

We are thrilled to be opening our new space with a showing of spectacular works by the late abstractionist icon Ed Moses. Fearless in his explorations, Moses engaged in what he saw as the continual process of discovery for over half a century. His compositions include Braque-inspired, semi-representational scenes; abstract, allover patterns; color fields; hard-edged geometric shapes; and his late-career “crackle paintings”. Broken Loose is a curated collection of samples from Moses’ complete oeuvre that showcase the gamut of the artist’s explorations.

Lark's Tondo by Jim Waid


Main Gallery Exhibition
February 18 – May 21, 2022
Opening Reception: Friday, February 18, 6-8 p.m.
Featuring: Louise BlytonAndy MosesDevorah Sperber, Jan Maarten Voskuil, and Jim Waid.

Breaking the convention of the rectangular canvas, this collection of contemporary abstract work is presented exclusively in the round! A traditional renaissance form, the tondo—a circular work of art—gained popularity in 15th century Italy when rounded architectural features were en vogue. Bringing this centuries-old practice into the present day with their own unique flair, the artists of “TONDO” reflect a large diversity of styles, mediums, and aesthetics. From hard-edge matte paintings to those of poured metallics, from spools of thread to shaped linen, this exhibition showcases a wide range of talented artists willing to break an almost cardinal rule of contemporary painting, proving also that history can indeed come full circle. 

Cadence Art Collection


Main Gallery Exhibition
December 27, 2021 – February 12, 2022
Opening Reception: Friday, December 17, 6-8 p.m.

Famed jazz musician Count Basie once said, “If you find a note tonight that sounds good, play the same damn note every night!” The artists of “CADENCE” similarly extol the virtues of repetition. Across mediums of watercolor, fiber, steel, paint, acrylic plastic, and charcoal, each artist crafts distinct visual phrases that are then multiply iterated in form, tone, or motion to impressive effect. Through pattern, rhythm, and repetition, the anomalous is amplified and the artist’s hand is brought back to fore.

2021 Exhibitions

Ladder Grouping Art


An Art Installation by Rick Levinson
Exhibition Dates: August 18th to October 9th 2021

Sarah Brodsky’s Ring is a kinetic, multimedia installation featuring paintings on free-hanging linens, sculptural assemblage, and works on paper. Through text and visual narrative, guest artist Rick Levinson creates an experiential journey through time, across generations, anchored by the gravitas of one tragic artifact. 

Solar Corona Triptych

Annual Summer Exhibition

July 2, 2021 – August 13, 2021
Opening: Friday, July 2, 6-8 p.m.

All of these works start by stopping us in our tracks. That happens when you see something worth looking at: an object or occurrence that is out of the ordinary, that arrests your attention, piques your curiosity, and makes you want to know more—while experiencing more and more.

Approaching by Heather Hutchison

Chromatic Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: April 9th 2021 to June 26th 2021

Bentley Gallery is pleased to present the CHROMATIC exhibition, a collection of stunning works by Heather Hutchison, Dion Johnson, Michael Reafsnyder, Richard Roth, and Eric Zammitt.

Spirulina - Hookers Green Rings 1 by Nellie King Solomon

Color Theory Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: January 15, 2021 – April 3, 2021

Bentley Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition by a group of notable artists who use color in distinctly unique styles to create a bold new vision. Artists include Jimi Gleason, Andy Moses, Nellie King Solomon, Jeremy Thomas, Jennifer Wolf and in The Project Room, Donald Martiny.

2020 Exhibitions


Annual Group Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: Sep 26, 2020 – Jan 9, 2021

Bentley Gallery invites you to our Annual Group Exhibition. We are showcasing a variety of mediums from our distinguished roster of artists. Come visit our spacious gallery as we rotate unique works of art throughout the span of the exhibit. Please check our website for updates on recommended guidelines for viewing work.

A Painting of a Soup Can Used to Hang Here by William Anastasi

$2,500 x 18

May 22 – TBA, 2020

10% of sales will be donated to Artlink, an Arizona nonprofit organization.

More than ever, we all need to get lost in a work of art. In these times of necessary caution, the joy found in a sublime composition, an intuitive mark, a compelling idea, some luscious textures, a satisfying hard edge, or a surprising splash of color is essential to our well being. We’ve been staring at the same four walls for weeks and we can all use a meaningful shift in perspective.

Wagon Blue by Jeremy Thomas


Showed: March 20th, 2020 – May 22th, 2020

Repetition was a two-person show featuring works by Peter Millett and Jeremy Thomas. Both artists are pragmatic in their artistic approach, adhering to a process-based practice that employ the use of recurring forms to create inspired sculptures. Millet constructs distinct structures through an additive process born from intuition and curiosity. Thomas inflates sumptuous metal shapes with pressurized air to bring them into full dimensionality. Each artist explores a geometric language of shape and space, underscored by a high degree of skill and imagination.

Drawing Ground 7 - Judith Kruger


Showed: January 17th, 2020 – March 14th, 2020

Pigment was a group show featuring works by Louise Blyton, Makoto Fujimura, Raphaëlle Goethals, Judith Kruger and Hiroko Otake. These notable artists delved into the exploration of color not merely as visual sensation, but its physical manifestation as raw pigment and all that it conjures.

The fact that color is not tangible tends to be overlooked. Our eyes detect light with wavelengths that bounces off objects, determining the particular color we see. This selection of artworks engages with the corporeal material that governs what we perceive as color. Whether it’s the application of natural minerals to affirm our relationship with the earth or the vibrancy of pure pigment to accentuate form. Each of these artists utilizes the physical aspect of color to give meaningful insight into our visual faculty and beyond.

2019 Exhibitions

Evening Blossom Drift

Natural Rhythms

Showed: November 15th, 2019 – January 11th, 2020

Natural Rhythms was a two-person show featuring work by David Kessler and Jim Waid. Both artists have explored the delicate wonder of nature for decades. Their work reveals a heightened sense of our desert environment through skilled mark making and exceptional technique. In these artists’ masterful hands, one does not merely view the landscape; it becomes an experience.

phoenix art museum

Digital Process

Showed: September 20th – November 9th, 2019

Digital Process, was a two-person show featuring new works by Mike Jacobs and Travis Rice. These two artists highlight the shift occurring in art making today through the use of cutting-edge technology. They explore our post-digital world where instead of exclusively working with paint and canvas they integrate bytes and pixels. Both artists use digital tools to create exquisitely crafted works of art that cut through the visual noise of our everyday.

White Rabbit by Michael Marlowe

Annual Summer Show

Showed: July 23 – September 14th, 2019

Bentley Gallery invited art enthusiasts to escape the heat and come into a very cool inviting gallery filled with hot artwork. Artists and artwork were rotated through the course of the show.

In the Absence of Color Exhibit

In the Absence of Color

Showed: May 17 – July 13th, 2019

In the Absence of Color was a group show that featured works by Bryan David Griffith, Daniel Brice, Robert Kelly, Ricardo Mazal, Udo Nöger, George Thiewes, Jeremy Thomas, Denise Yaghmourian, Judith Foosaner, and Chul Hyun Ahn.

After a successful Color Spectrum show, Bentley Gallery proudly presented In the Absence of Color as a counterpoint. We show works by artists that use a monochrome palette; in doing so we are able to focus on elements such as composition, value, gesture, and form. Whether a hard edge drawn with charcoal, a sprinkling of paint or built up residue from smoke, the restrained use of color is the unifying thesis.

Diagonal #1 by Chul Hyun Ahn

Color Spectrum

Showed: March 14 – May 11th, 2019

Color Spectrum was a group show that featured works by Chul Hyun Ahn, Dion Johnson, and Eric Zammitt. Working across disciplines including fluorescent lights, mirrors, and acrylic paint, the artists in this exhibition expanded our understanding of both the complexity and variant nature of color and how it operates within a two and three-dimensional surface. Making daring visual choices and utilizing a wide array of materials, these artists explored the tensions between content and materiality, symmetry and asymmetry and light and dark.

Artifacts in Bentley Gallery

In, On & Of Paper

Showed: January 18 – March 9th, 2019

Bentley Gallery featured 22 artists who recalibrate the limits of the traditional paper surface, breaking boundaries and challenging preconceived notions of materiality.

Exhibitions From Previous Years


Works on Paper, William Anastasi, Daniel Brice, Fernando Diaz, Jun Kaneko, Michael Marlowe, Udo Noger, Mark Pomilio, Travis Rice, George Thiewes

Out of 145 Degrees Fahrenheit, Michael David, Bryan David Griffith, Mitja Tusek, Hiro Yokose

Annual Summer Exhibition, Daniel Brice, Jimi Gleason, Leopoldo Cuspinera Madrigal, Michael Marlowe, Peter Millet, Udo Noger, Mark Pomilio, Devorah Sperber, Denise Yaghmourian

Objects of Memory, Denise Yaghmourian

A Deeper Season, Michael Marlowe

Selected Works, Devorah Sperber

New Works, Daniel Brice

Silver & Pearl, Jimi Gleason


Symmetries, Mark Pomilio

Selected Works, Philip Moulthrop

The Inside of Light, Chris Gustin, Udo Noger

Merging Places and Moments, Leopoldo Cuspinera Madrigal, Peter Millett

Art on Paper, Daniel Brice, Dion Johnson, Hiro Yokose, George Thiewes, Bryan David Griffith

Abstraction in the Singular, Jonathan Apgar, Bill Dambrova, Kent Familton, Layne Farmer, Yvette Gellis, Rema Ghuloum, Rachel Goodwin, Audra Graziano, Jenny Hager, Dion Johnson, Michael Kindred Knight, Christopher Kuhn, Joe Lloyd, John Mills, Maysha Mohamedi, Ian Pines, Mark Pomilio, Max Presneill, Alison Rash, Byan Ricci, Travis Rice, Nano Rubio, David Spanbock, Marie Thibeault, Samantha Thomas, Chris Trueman

Non-functional Slack-fill, Jeremy Thomas


Selected Works, Woods Davy, Tom Lieber

Terra Incognita, Jim Waid

Hello!, Leopoldo Cuspinera Madrigal, Jake Fischer, Stephen Knapp, David Kuraoka, Tom Lieber, Michael Marlowe, Udo Noger

New Work, Hiro Yokose

Off the Wall, Jonathan Cross, Mary Cary Horowitz, Peter Millet, Mark Pomilio, Devorah Sperber, George Thiewes, Jeremy Thomas, Yoram Wolberger, Denise Yaghmourian

Radiant Hues, Mala Breuer

Shifting Waterscapes, David Kessler

New Work, Matt Moulthrop, Philip Moulthrop

Mirror Mirror: Rare Photographs of Frida Kahlo, Luciene Bloch, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Imogen Cunningham, Fritz Henle, Guillermo Kahlo, Leo Matiz, Nickolas Murray, Carl Van Vechten


Luminous Trajectories, Dion Johnson

Survey: 12 Artists 3 Dimensions, Charles Arnoldi, Dominique Blain, Stephanie Blake, Jonathan Cross, Woods Davy, John Luebtow, Peter Millett, Mark Pomilio, George Thiewes, Jeremy Thomas, Yoram Wolberger, Denise Yaghmourian

Regularly Speaking, Charles Arnoldi, Stephanie Bachiero, Daniel Brice, Jonathan, Cross, Jimi Gleason, Robert Kelly, Peter Millett, Jill Moser, Jeremy Thomas, Jim Waid

Minimally Speaking, Stephanie Bachiero, John Luebtow, Matt Magee, Peter Millett, Mark Pomilio, Denise Yaghmourian

Bursting at the Seams, Jeremy Thomas

New York to Santa Fe, Mala Breuer

A Decade of Painting, Jill Moser

Blackout, Dominique Blain


Selected Works, Enrique (Sebastian) Carbajal

Paintings, Eric Orr

Outside In, Judith Kruger

Paintings, Ricardo Mazal

Paper/Works, William Anastasi, Charles Arnoldi, Dominique Blain, Daniel Brice, Francesco Clemente, Dorothy Fratt, Robert Kelly, Ed Kienholz, Mark Pomilio, Jim Waid

New WorksMatt Moulthrop, Philip Moulthrop

New Works, Tim Bavington

Threshold, Jim Waid

Jun Kaneko, Black & White


Gold Rush: Contemporary Art that Shifts Cultural Associations with the World’s Most Treasured MetalLita Albuquerque, Olga de Amaral, Will Berry, Angelo Filomeno, Lawrence Fodor, Makoto Fujimura, Jimi Gleason, Martin Cary Horowitz, Jun Kaneko, Robert Kushner, Nancy Lorenz, Alonso Mateo, Eric Orr, Luis Gonzalez Palma, Andrew Schoultz

Anagama: Ceramic WorksDan Anderson, Chris Gustin, John Hopkins, Matt Long, Don Reitz, Mat Rude

New Ceramic Works, Don Reitz

The Moulthrops: The Distinctive Work of Two Generations of Georgia Wood Turners, Matt Moulthrop, Philip Moulthrop

NeoChroma: A Contemporary Survey of the Use of Brilliant Color as Emphasis in Abstract Painting, Tim Bavington, Ali Smith, Daniel Brice, Oliver Arms, Jill Moser, Feodor Voronov

New PaintingsJohn Sonsini

Natural OrderMark Pomilio

CamberJeremy Thomas


Dangos, Heads, Paintings, Jun Kaneko

Western Zen, Woods Davy

California Paintings, Daniel Brice


A Life in Clay, Don Reitz

New Paintings, Terrence La Noue

New Paintings, Jimi Gleason


New Work, Matt Moulthrop, Philip Moulthrop

Small Works, Catherine Courtenaye, Rachel Darnell, Lawrence Fodor, Colette Hosner, Jun Kaneko, Louis de Mayo, Bobby Silverman, Jeremy Thomas, Ellen Wagener, Denise Yaghmourian, Hiro Yokose, Lucinda Young

No Better Place, Thomas Skomski

Altered Narratives in Stoneware & Porcelain, Ryan Mitchell

Ceramics, Ah Leon

Mechanisms of Life Unwinding, Pete Deise

American Landscapes, Louis DeMayo

Recent Painting, Michael David


colLABORation (with DOSE)Hector Ruiz

Extra TimeKlaus Rinke

American FictionsRogelio “Gory” Lopez

Sea of the UnseenCristina Kahlo

Selected WorksKeith Haring


New WorksTom Waldron

Eden’s EdgeEllen Wagener

New Paintings & Site-Specific InstallationPat Steir

Emergent Features IICarrie Seid

L’art m’emmerde j’ai participle ‘a cette expoHector Ruiz

Silent Metronome SeriesSammy Peters

Illusion & FantasyAlonso Mateo

Temporary Current, Gustavo Acosta

Au CourantRocio Rodriguez, Michael Todd, Laura Bell, Richard Erlich, Patrick McFarlin, Jill Moser, Jerome Powers, Robert Brady, James Marshall, John Rose, Walter Marton and Paloma Munoz, Charles Arnoldi, Robert Flynn, Nellie King Solomon, Zoe Hersey

New PhotographsTom Baril

RelacionesJose Bedia

ThesmophoriaSimon Casson

Recent PaintingsCatherine Courtenaye

Intuitions: New PaintingsWilly Heeks

Snow Globes & Large Format PhotographsWalter Martin, Paloma Muñoz


New WorksCharles Arnoldi

Monumental Sculpture from the Lexeme Series, Bill Barrett

The Pull of the AirWill Berry

Selected WorksThomas Brummett

Catalogue of the IliadSimon Casson

New PaintingsBernd Haussmann

Heaven and Earth: Rare Chinese Jade Bi Discs and Cong Cylinders from the Neolithic Period

Tipping PointCynthia Innis

Memorable SelectionsJun Kaneko

New Paintings on AluminumDavid Kessler

New PaintingsKathy Moss

New PaintingsMark Rediske

Continuity, John Rose

New Sculptures, Hector Ruiz

7 Years of GraphicsRichard Serra

Selections from The Eye of the Artist: The Work of Devorah SperberDevorah Sperber

One Hundred LandscapesHiro Yokose


Art 21: Art in the 21st Century (in conjunction with PBS)Laylah Ali, Eleanor Antin, Ida Applebroog, Cai Guo-Qiang, Ellen Gallagher, Ann Hamilton, Arturo Herrera, Oliver Herring, Roni Horn, Mike Kelley, Louise Bourgeois, Josiah McElheny, Matthew Ritchie, Susan Rothenberg, Jessica Stockholder, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Richard Tuttle, Fred Wilson, Kara Walker, Krzysztof Wodiczko

New PaintingsDiana Clauss

Grids, Kris Cox

CantamarWoods Davy

Grandeur Lost, Michael Eastman

New PaintingsLawrence Gipe

New WorksZoe Hersey

New WorksRobert Kelly

Naming GameJill Moser

FlowerJohn Nelson

Paintings on AluminumPatti Parsons

New PaintingsSammy Peters

The StandardHector Ruiz

Silk & Copper PaintingsCarrie Seid

Found ObjectsJoe Willie Smith

Wild EdgesEllen Wagener

New PaintingsEmmi Whitehorse

A Life in SculptureAnthony Caro


Retrospective: Paintings & SculptureJennifer Bartlett

New WorksDominique Blain

The Kenwood Series (in conjunction with the artist, Garth Clark Gallery, and Scripps College)Sir Anthony Caro

Aphrodite’s CeintureSimon Casson

Chandeliers & Other FormsDale Chihuly

Configuration: Exploring Contemporary Interpretations of the Human FigureJoe Biel, Collin Chilag, Carol Es

New PaintingsCora Cohen

Modern CalligraphyCatherine Courtenaye

Canto Rodato, Woods Davy

Horses, Michael Eastman

AmericaMichael Eastman

Small Drawings, 1945-1960, John Graham

PaintingsBernd Haussmann

PaintingsJames Havard

Madame ButterflyJun Kaneko

Paintings, Robert Kelly

American LandscapesDavid Kessler

New PaintingsGary Lang

RetrospectiveRobert Longo

FrescoesMarcia Myers

VacancyJohn Nelson

Large Scale WatercolorsLaurie Reid

Waterfall Paintings, Pat Steir

Electrified InstallationsPeter Stainfield

The Cultivated DesertEllen Wagener


New PaintingsJohn Alexander

Bentley Projects Grand Opening Exhibition, Jim Dine, Julian Schnabel, Jennifer Bartlett, Frank Stella, Robert Longo, Pat Steir, Dominique Blain, Vernon Fisher, Donald Sultan, John Chamberlain, Chuck Close, Deborah Butterfield, Louise Nevelson

Selected WorksChuck Close

Cose Naturali: Italian Still Lifes from the 17th & 18th Centuries

New PaintingsMichael David

SwagAngela Ellsworth

New Paintings & CollagesJames Havard

New LandscapesDavid Kessler

RetrospectiveTerrence La Noue

MateriaCarrie Seid, Michael Bauermeister, Dale Chihuly, Michael Kessler, Matt Moulthrop, Philip Moulthrop, Kevin Irvin, John Nelson, Mark Rediske, John Rose, Bobby Silverman, Nancy Sansom Reynolds, Don West

Selected Works, Forrest Moses

Encaustic WorksShigeru Oyatani

New WorksPatti Parsons

New Ceramic PaintingsBobby Silverman

Steel FurnitureThomas Tuberty

TerrainEllen Wagener

New PaintingsHiro Yokose

Familiar TerrainDiana Clauss


Affordable Housing: Designing an American Asset (in conjunction with Stardust Center for Affordable Housing and the National Building Museum)

Rewind, Michael Anderson

Paintings & MonotypesWill Berry

Cuba, Havana InteriorsMichael Eastman

I Could Hear the Wilderness ListenGary Komarin

Works on PaperMartin Mull

CollagesAndrew Young

Bordering GazeDiana Clauss


Data StreamsMary Bates

SpaceCora Cohen

Contemporary NarrativesRadcliffe Bailey, Simon Casson, Lawrence Gipe, Maverick Gonzales, Julie Heffernan, John Walker, Carrie Mae Weems

Concentric EpisodesKris Cox

The Cultural Desert (In conjunction with the Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, SMoCA – the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art)John Buck, Alexander Calder, Jim Dine, Barbara Hepworth, Robert Longo, Louise Nevelson, Dennis Oppenheim, Lucas Samaras, Joel Shapiro, Frank Stella, Lynda Benglis, John Chamberlain, Vernon Fisher, Dan Flavin, Mel Kendrick, Maya Lin, Richard Long, Louise Nevelson, Claes Oldenburg, James Turrell

New WorksMichael David

New Sculpture & PaintingsJim Dine

Selected WorksJulie Heffernan

Nocturne SeriesRobert Kelly

Selected WorksTom Ortega

New PaintingsShigeru Oyatani

SignalsMatt Baumgartner, Diana Clauss, Tom Ortega, Ruth Pastine, Otto Rigan, Steve Rodin, Hiro Yokose

Portraits, Hiro Yokose


Oil PaintingsJohn Alexander

Bronze Works of ArtMary Bates

C-Print Photographs from the Satisfaction SeriesSara Carlson

New PaintingsSimon Casson

Silver Gelatin Prints & Site-specific InstallationPetah Coyne

Monuments to the Human Condition, Sculpture + PaintingsJim Dine

Selected WorksVernon Fisher

New Sculptures, Jun Kaneko

Embroidered WorksAngela Lim

New WorksMartin Mull

Selected WorksTom Ortega

Works from 1943-1992Judith Rothschild

Selected Works by Andy WarholAndy Warhol

New PaintingsHiro Yokose


Bronze SculptureMary Bates

Social & Political HistoryDominique Blain

Greek GoddessesSimon Casson

New WorksDiana Clauss

New PaintingsTony de los Reyes

Paintings (in conjunction with the Estate of Herbert Ferber and Knoedler & Company)Herbert Ferber

Numinous DuochromeRuth Pastine

Selected WorksOtto Rigan

New SculptureTom Waldron

Small Encaustic PaintingsHiro Yokose


Selected WorksJohn Beerman

EpitomeSimon Casson

New Encaustic PaintingsMichael David

Paintings 1938 – 1973 (in conjunction with the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation and Knoedler Gallery)Adolph Gottlieb

Expedition Yellow VioletRuth Pastine

New Sculpture, Otto Rigan


New WorksSara Carlson

New PaintingsSimon Casson

New PaintingsCora Cohen


PaintingsHelen Frankenthaler

New Ceramic SculpturesJun Kaneko

New WorksMartin Mull

Selected WorksHarvey Quaytman

New Paintings, Pat Steir

New Large LandscapesHiro Yokose

New Encaustic PaintingsHiro Yokose


New PaintingsMichael David

New WorksRobert Kelly

Detours & DestinationsMartin Mull

New WorksTom Ortega

Works in WaxHiro Yokose


Selected Works, Lee Friedlander

New WorksMartin Mull

New WorksJennifer Bartlett, Vernon Fisher, and Martin Mull

New WorksWilliam Christenberry, Axel Hütte, Andres Serrano


Nature Takes a LeapEmmi Whitehorse


New WorksHiro Yokose

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