Manny Silverman Gallery closes


After more than twenty years at the historic 619 North Almont Drive location, demolition of the building and redevelopment of the entire block prompted the gallery to close. While the building no longer remains, Manny Silverman continues to champion the artists of the New York School as a private dealer in Beverly Hills, CA

Michael Goldberg

MICHAEL GOLDBERG: Making his Mark, Paintings and Drawings 1985-2005

Opening at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery January 17 - March 14, 2015. 100 Eleventh Avenue @ 19th Street, New York, NY, 10011

One show... two cities...

View the exhibition at and-drawings-1985-2005/installation-views

Opening at Manny Silverman Gallery February 21 - April 18, 2015

Michael Goldberg, Untitled (18/95-S), oil and oil stick on canvas, 55 1/8 x 57 1/2 inches / 140 x 146 cm

Woelffer painting

Emerson Woelffer Works featured in Museum Exhibitions

Works by Emerson Woelffer are currently on view in Macrocosm/Microcosm: Abstract Expressionism in the American Southwest at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (through January 4, 2015); The Avant-Garde Collection at the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA (through January 4, 2015); and in the newly installed Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, CA.

Emerson Woelffer: Morning Earth, 1956, Oil and collage on canvas, 36 x 28 inches

Woelffer painting

Manny Silverman Gallery is pleased to announce
the exclusive representation of the Estate of


Edward Dugmore Untitled 1960

Ancient Evenings: A Retrospective of Edward Dugmore
can be seen at Loretta Howard Gallery in New York.

Through May 3, 2014.

Hannelore Baron

The Estate of Hannelore Baron is pleased to announce
the launch of their website:


September 21, 2013 – January 5, 2014
Abstraction Over Time: The Paintings of Michael Goldberg
Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, Jackonville, FL

MOCA, Jacksonville will present a full scale retrospective of Michael Goldberg’s work spanning his artistic beginnings in the 1940s through his last paintings of 2007. The exhibition will consist of approximately forty major paintings spanning Goldberg’s career drawn from public and private collections around the country. The fully illustrated catalogue will consist of four essays by Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Irving Sandler, Karen Wilken and exhibition curator, Marcelle Polednik.

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lawac samburu project

March 28, 2013 / Los Angeles World Affairs Council & Samburu Project

The Manny Silverman Gallery will host the Los Angeles World Affairs Council / Young Professionals and The Samburu Project for a special evening to discuss the world water crisis, the Samburu people and drilling 52 wells in Northern Kenya. Food, Drink and Music by the Mystic Nomads.

Please join us. Thursday, March 28, 2013, 7-9pm.

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Texas Gallery in Houston is currently having an exhibition of the work of
Maxwell Hendler.

The exhibition will remain on view through August 18, 2012

Check out their website for more information and gallery hours

Check out recent review of the show in the Houston Press by Kelly Klaasmeyer
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Through May 2012 / Hannelore Baron on view at MOMA
A selection of monoprints by Hannelore Baron are included in the
exhibition Printin’ at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Organized in conjunction with the exhibition Print/Out, Printin’ aims to challenged traditional ideas of what a print could be. Printin’ brings together work by more than 50 artists from multiple disciplines in a sweeping chronology that extends from the 17th century to the present day.

The exhibition will remain on view through May 14, 2012

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The Samburu Project Image
The Samburu Project

November 2011 / The Face of Water
The Manny Silverman Gallery to host fundraising photography exhibition
benefiting The Samburu Project on November 12, 2011.

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September - October 2011 / Listen and/or Read Edward Goldman’s review of Edward Dugmore: Selected Paintings Spanning the Artist’s Career as heard on KCRW (NPR local Los Angeles radio station).

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The University Art Museum at California State Long Beach

February - April 2011 / Maxwell Hendler

Maxwell Hendler's work can be seen in two exhibitions in and around Los Angeles this winter; as part of Pieceable Kingdom curated by David Pagel for the Beacon Arts Building and in a small solo survey at the Los Angeles Harbor College, Maxwell Hendler: Seen and Unseen.

Beacon Arts continues its Critics-as-Curators series with Pieceable Kingdom curated by art critic David Pagel. The exhibition features works in a range of media by seven artists who capture the complexity of everyday life; Erin Cosgrove, Asad Faulwell, Maxwell Hendler, Laura Krifka, Mimi Lauter, Devin Troy Strother and Matt Wedel. The exhibition opens February 5 and continues through March 6, 2011.

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The Los Angeles Harbor College will open Maxwell Hendler: Seen and Unseen, on February 19 continuing through April 16, 2011. The exhibition will feature 5 works in various media and serve as a small survey of Maxwell Hendler's career from 1988 to 2004. Gallery hours are from Monday - Thursday, 11 - 4 or by appointment.

Please contact the gallery for more information 310 600 4873.

The University Art Museum at California State Long Beach

December 2010 / Michael Goldberg

Los Angeles Times Art Review: "Perpetual Motion: Michael Goldberg" at Cal State University, Long Beach

Read or download the article:
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The University Art Museum at California State Long Beach

September 2010 / Michael Goldberg Retrospective

The University Art Museum at California State Long Beach will open their much anticipated Michael Goldberg Retrospective on September 9, 2010. Including almost 50 works from every period of Goldberg's career, this exhibition will be the most comprehensive examination of his work to date. The exhibition is accompanied by a fully-illustrated catalogue with essays by David Anfam, Bill Berkson and curator, Elizabeth Hanson. The exhibition will remain on view through December 12, 2010.

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The Phillips Collection

June 2010 / Visiting Washington DC this summer? Check out "Pousette-Dart: Predominantly White Paintings" at the Phillips Collection.

Curator Eliza Rathbone, Chief Curator of the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC explores a very special and particular chapter in the artist's oeuvre. In the early 1950s, Pousette-Dart created a series of paintings working in graphite and oil on canvas to produce works that are both complex and spare, subtle, yet quite intense. The exhibition contains 27 works (many that have not been seen for 50 years) and will be on view June 5 - September 12, 2010.

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May 2010 / Good Summer Reading

Judd Tully's article in Art+Auction takes "A Second Look" at the works of Norman Bluhm, Edward Dugmore, Michael Goldberg and Alfred Leslie in addition to a few others. Tully examines their contributions to push the seemingly improvisational style of Abstract Expressionism further and their short lived notoriety that was eclipsed by Pop art in the early 1960s. Now these same artists are garnering more respect from museums and in the marketplace.

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